(noun) - a small island off the southeast coast of Africa, thought by some to be the origin of rice culture in the Carolinas
(noun) - an illness caused by the bite of a parasite carrying mosquito. It causes intermittent and violent fevers which can lead to death.
(noun) - the use of machines, tools and labor to make things for use or sale
(noun) - a graphic representation of a portion of Earth that is usually drawn to scale on a flat surface
(noun) - an area of land that is often underwater, or is mostly shallow water. Marshes usually have only low grass and shrubs
(noun) - a cloth sack filled with straw, feathers or cornhusks and used to sleep on