A fleshy, oval, yellowish-red tropical fruit which is eaten ripe or used green for pickles or chutneys
= mangrove fly.
The paradise threadfin, Polynemus paradiseus (family Polynemidae), a small fish found commonly in coastal and estuarine waters of South Asia.
An Indian juggling trick in which a mango tree appears to spring up and bear fruit within an hour or two.
The pungent root of an Indian plant of the family Zingiberaceae, Curcuma amada (closely related to turmeric), which is used in pickles; the plant itself.
Light showers that precede the monsoon in India.
= mango trick.
The evergreen tropical Indian tree which bears the mango
More fully Alphonso mango. A small yellow or orange mango variety native to and chiefly cultivated in western India, which is highly prized for its sweet, perfumed flesh.