a) Tropical plant native to the Philippines grown for its textile and papermaking fibre (Musa textilis) also called Manila hemp.
b) The fiber/fibre of this plant.
Syn: musa textilis, Musa textilis, Manila Hemp, Manilla hemp, Manila hemp

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