Saying this, he let himself down into the water, and turned towards the seringa.
“These are seringa trees,” said Uncle Paul, pointing them out.
One of these he gave Richard, to hold under the tap while he made a second incision upon a longer limb of the seringa.
Tightly clutching their cudgels, both reascended the seringa, and renewed the battle with the birds.
seringa, se-ring′g, n. a name of several Brazilian trees yielding india-rubber.
The young Paraense called it seringa, and this is the name he had been accustomed to hear given to it.
seringa Vale is the farm where I shall be quartered, Bob tells me.
Our discomfited adventurers did not swim far from the seringa, for the birds did not follow them.
On parting from the seringa, he had brought these articles along with him, his companion carrying a share of the load.
The seringa, with its thickly trellised limbs, offered snug quarters.