Noni meaning

nōnē
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An evergreen shrub or small tree (Morinda citrifolia) native to Southeast Asia and Australia and widely cultivated in the tropics, traditionally valued for medicinal purposes and as a source of dye.
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The soft, yellowish-white, strong-smelling fruit of this plant, often processed into juice or powder for use as a dietary supplement.
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An evergreen shrub or small tree (Morinda citrifolia) native to Southeast Asia and Australia and widely cultivated in the tropics, traditionally valued for medicinal purposes and as a source of dye.
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The soft, yellowish-white, strong-smelling fruit of this plant, often processed into juice or powder for use as a dietary supplement.
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Origin of noni

  • Hawaiian Tahitian nono Samoan nonu all ultimately from Proto-Polynesian nonu

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition