akummekumn5/61kind of tree; parasite plant with small fruits eaten by birds and bats; epiphytic shrubCordia millenii; Bridelia scleroneura; Ficus ardisioides; F. chlamydocarpa; F. mucuso ?Akum áwag muú.The fire from akum wood is very strong.Akum hurts the fire.2cloth (worn to show mourning, originally made from fibre of the akum tree)Bétádé mekum.They tie round mourning cloths.Akum á kwééd də̂ átádé.It was the mourning cloth which she tied around.Abebé akum dé melebe.She is wearing mourning dress.Cf.achum