nipa palm


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Synonyms for nipa palm

any creeping semiaquatic feather palm of the genus Nipa found in mangrove swamps and tidal estuaries

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It looks like a twin igloo with walls made of sand-filled sacks and its roof of nipa palm.
7) Buy authentic nipa palm syrup at the historic Enriquez Ancestral House in Bulacan, Bulacan.
It said the country has "one of the world's most beautiful coastlines, fringed by divetastic coral reefs, sprinkled with sunbatheready white sand, backed by swaying palm trees and dotted with simple resorts of nipa palm thatched huts.
Each pair of contestants was expected to dish out their pulutan for the lambanog, that lethal coconut or sometimes nipa palm alcoholic drink the province is famous for.
Many, however, have been forced to fend for themselves by sifting usable materials from debris or borrowing money to buy nails, bamboo or plywood, nipa palm leaves and GI sheets.
Ten people, including a public school teacher, who were swept by strong current were safely rescued after they managed to hold on mangroves and nipa palms.
Punta Tarawal is a marshland where mangroves and nipa palms thrive, but it has no water supply, either for drinking or household use, because there is no groundwater source.
It is bounded on the north by Bicol River, San Miguel Bay on the east side, two tributaries on the west, and marshes with nipa palms and mangroves on the south.
Police Officer 3 Marlon Remollo of the Danao City Police Station said that Ogabang, Bukonseho and Miguel were digging a hole in a swampy area of Barangay Maslog overgrown with nipa palms.