Origin of trepang
Words nearby trepang
How to use trepang in a sentence
The town lies in a fertile plain and deals in rice, trepang and pina.
Sea-cucumbers, as they are popularly called, are also known by the name of trepang and sea-slug.
The trepang were found about the rocks on the beach in great numbers, as they were also on the South Island.
A thousand trepang make a picol, of about 125 Dutch pounds; and 100 picols are a cargo for a proa.
Besides trepang, they trade in sharks' fins and birds' nests, the latter being worth about 3000 dollars the picol.