The roots are sometimes used for chewing, as a substitute for areca.
He, at the same time, gave me a book for myself also written and painted by him, together with several purses for areca nut.
The fruit, when tender, is masticated like the areca catechu.
Branches of areca nuts and flowers adorned the posts and pillars.
Their chief employment is felling timber, but they sometimes work in areca nut gardens and gather wild cardamoms, pepper, etc.
Their own country supplies them with betel and areca, but they have their tea from China and Japan.
It is customary to place a cocoanut on a heap of rice, with some betel leaves and areca nuts at the side thereof.
This he places, with betel leaves and areca nuts, near the grave.
The maternal uncle should present her with a new cloth, betel leaves and areca nuts, and plantain fruits.
The betelnut is the product of the areca palm, and resembles a nutmeg in shape and size.