Waluh

  • squash
  • C. maxima, C.moschata, C.pepo", and"C. fastuosa". They vary in shape and size and name. All are vines with big yellow flowers, and all produce edible fruits. Waluh is used mostly as a container, not as a source of food, because it has a big, hard shell. Fishermen used to use the dried rinds of the fruits for net floats.
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Kasar
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Halus
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Northern Form
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Usage Examples

Buka waluh, mabunga di jit.
Literally: 'Like a waluh flowering on its bottom'; said about a person who brags a lot; waluh gourd does not have flowers on its bottom.

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