- bíªche-de-mer, sea cucumber.
Etymology: From Malay teripang.
- 1988: There had been a drop in the mother-of-pearl shell market and quite a few of the pearling luggers had turned their attention to diving for , which had survived the ravages of the depression and was easy to recover, lying in shallow waters. " Tom Cole, Hell West and Crooked (Angus & Robertson 1995, p. 266)
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