Chempaduk



/ˈtʃɛmpəˌdʌk/
noun
1.
an evergreen moraceous tree, Artocarpus champeden (or A. integer), of Malaysia, similar to the jackfruit
2.
the fruit of this tree, edible when cooked, having yellow starchy flesh and a leathery rind

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