- lamtoro tree (Noun)
- Leucaena leucocephala (Noun)
- a kind of shrub from the tribe of Fabaceae (Leguminosae, legumes), which is often used in greening or preventing erosion. Originally from tropical America, this plant has been introduced to Java for hundreds of years for the benefit of agriculture and forestry, and then spread to other islands in Indonesia. This plant in Malaysia is named the petai grasshopper. (Noun)
Murid-murid kelas dua SMP ento cumpu lakar nandur entik-entikan, cepaka, bunut, lamtoro lan tiosan.[example 1]
The students of second year junior high agreed to plant trees, like 'cempaka', 'bunut', 'lamtoro' and other varieties.