pomegranate   
ampongabendanitra
the pomegranate. The leaves are employed by the natives in dyeing black, and in making ink. The skin of the fruit is used for diarrhoea. The fruit is used in making a kind of wine. The bark of the root is used as a vermifuge. Punica granatum, L. [Richardson 1885]
(Apparently a Malagasy word - great drum of heaven, but really a corruption of the English word pomegranate) [Richardson 1885]
a pomegranate [Hallanger 1973]