chinaberry vs jaboncillo what difference

what is difference between chinaberry and jaboncillo

English

Etymology

From China +‎ berry.

Noun

chinaberry (plural chinaberries)

  1. (US) The bead tree or azedarac, Melia azedarach, a deciduous tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae, native to India, southern China and Australia, or its fruit.
  2. (US) The soapberry (genus Sapindus, especially Sapindus saponaria), native to the Americas.
  3. (US) Actaea rubra, a poisonous herbaceous flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to North America.

Synonyms

  • (Melia azedarach): azedarach, Persian lilac, white cedar, cape lilac, syringa, bead tree
  • (Actaea rubra): red baneberry, doll’s eye

Translations



Spanish

Etymology

From jabón, from Late Latin sāpō, sāpōnis, from Proto-Germanic *saipǭ, see English soap and German Seife.

Noun

jaboncillo m (plural jaboncillos)

  1. (Columbia) soapberry
    Synonyms: (Columbia) chambimbe, (Peru) choloque, (Costa Rica) chumico, (Bolivia) isotoubo, (Ecuador) jorupe, (Chile) marikulu, (El Salvador, Nicaragua) pacún, (Venezuela) paraparo

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