Origin of margosa
Examples from the Web for margosa
On the day after death, food, made bitter by the addition of margosa (Melia Azadirachta) leaves, is offered.
On the following day, all the old pots are thrown away, and the agnates eat rice cooked with margosa (Melia Azadirachta) leaves.
I have come down on my car, which is decorated with mango flowers, margosa and jasmine.
Children who suffer from fits are branded with a twig of margosa or with a glass bangle.
Several groves of margosa trees are said to flourish in her vicinity.