|A tree affording an edible fruit, which, however, if indulged in freely, the Sakalava say brings on an attack of malarial fever in those subject to it.
The fruit is used by the Sakalava for tattooing.
Probably the same as mabiba [Swa. bibo, plu. mabibo], the cashew apple.
The cashew nut is called [Richardson 1885]