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Mangrove vs. Mangal

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Mangrovenoun

Any of various tropical evergreen trees or shrubs that grow in intertidal coastal brackish waters.

Mangalnoun

A mangrove swamp or ecosystem.

Mangrovenoun

A habitat with such plants; mangrove forest; mangrove swamp; mangal.

Mangalnoun

A Middle Eastern-style barbecue cookout, or the barbecue grill; cooking apparatus it is cooked on.

Mangrovenoun

Plants of the Rhizophoraceae family.

Mangal

Mangal (or Manghal, Mangla) is a given name and a surname.

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Mangrovenoun

Trees of the genus Rhizophora.

Mangrovenoun

The name of one or two trees of the genus Rhizophora (Rhizophora Mangle, and Rhizophora mucronata, the last doubtfully distinct) inhabiting muddy shores of tropical regions, where they spread by emitting aërial roots, which fasten in the saline mire and eventually become new stems. The seeds also send down a strong root while yet attached to the parent plant.

Mangrovenoun

The mango fish.

Mangrovenoun

a tropical tree or shrub bearing fruit that germinates while still on the tree and having numerous prop roots that eventually form an impenetrable mass and are important in land building

Mangrove

A mangrove is a shrub or tree that grows in coastal saline or brackish water. The term is also used for tropical coastal vegetation consisting of such species.

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