Medianu esta dangkolo i mineddong-na este na trongko yanggen esta amko'. Gof chaddek este na trongko dumangkolo, dangkolo yan humahanao chago' huyong i hale'-na. Kulot aput i lassas trongko-na. Potpot yan bastos i hagon-na. Meggai-na biahi na ma deskrikribe i hagon-na na guaha kadada' na kalulot kulan patas nganga'. Un a'atan i hagon-na an para un ke'tungo' kao dokdok pat lemmai i trongko. Siempre an un atan i hagon-na nu i lemmai, mas anakko' yan mas annok i kalulot-na. Gaisostansia i fruta yan gaisimiya gi i sanhalom. In a'a'gang i simiya "hutu". Sina un kanno' i sostansian i fruita lao ti gof empotante. I huto mas ma aliligao ginen i fruta siha. Sina un kanno' i huto, un changkokocha esta ki masa. Gof empotante este na trongko gi i kotturan Chamoru. Sina un rikohi i apaka' na chugo' trongko yan yanggen un "PROCESS" sina un na'setbe para enggrudu gi i fina'tinas sinahyan tasi. Empotante i hayu-na este na trongko para i fina'tinas sinahyan tasi.
This is a medium to large sized tree when adult. The tree grows rather quickly, the roots are large and spread outward. The bark of this tree is grayish. The leaves of this tree are thick and rough. The leaves are commonly described as having short fingers, almost like a duck's webbed foot. Looking at the leaf is a common way of distinguishing a seeded breadfruit tree from the non-seeded breadfruit tree. The leaves of a non-seeded breadfruit tree has what is commonly described as fingers, that are more pronounced. The fruit of this tree has a fleshy part to it, with seeds that are in the flesh. We call the seeds "huto" in Chamoru. The flesh can be eaten, but is not commonly sought after. What is more prized are the seeds. The seeds are eaten, it is first boiled until cooked. Culturally this is a very important tree to the Chamoru people. The white sap of this tree can be collected and processed to use as a glue when canoe building. The wood of this tree is one of the main trees that is used for canoe building.