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っわーぐゎーちびー・ぅわーぐゎーちびー・うゎーぐゎーちびー【豚子尻】

 Ryukyu (Okinawa)

qwaagwaachibii · 'waagwaachibii [ʔwaːɡʷaːt͡ɕibiː]

Definition

Noun

  1. (Poisonous plant) Black nightshade (sp. Solanum nigrum); European black nightshade

Etymology

Derived from っわー【豚】 qwaa "pig"; ぐゎー【子】 gwaa "diminutive suffix"; and ちび【尻】 chibi "rear; bottom; buttocks; butt". Literally, "piglet's buttocks".

Notes

Other regional names: Duscle, garden nightshade, garden huckleberry, hound's berry, petty morel, wonder berry, small-fruited black nightshade, popolo (Source: Wikipedia: Solanum nigrum (version)).

Alternative spellings: っわーぐぁーちびー, and ぅわーぐぁーちびー.

Information on toxicity: The leaves and unripe fruits of the black nightshade are considered to be toxic to humans and livestock. Ripe fruits and cooked leaves of the black nightshade can be consumed if the variety is known to be edible.

意味:いぬほおずき・イヌホオズキ【犬酸漿】

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