The Tocharian B word māṣikāni
Word māṣikāni
m ā ṣ i k ā n i
Meaning bean, a kind of
Synonyms māśak, mutkavarṇi

Comments
Douglas Q. Adams, “Etymological Dictionary of Tocharian B”, 1999, Brill

Other words that might be of interest
stām ‘tree’, oko ‘fruit’, sārm ‘seed’, śäktālye ‘seed’, pilta ‘leaf’, witsako ‘root’, pyāpyo ‘flower’, atiyai ‘grass’, misa ‘meat’, salyiye ‘salt’, kanti ‘bread’, karāk ‘branch’, kewiye ‘butter’, päk-1 ‘boil’, yap ‘barley’, aise ‘cauldron, cooking pot’, ṣarwiye ‘cheese’, yokasto ‘drink’, yok- ‘to drink’, kārṣake ‘farmer’, yäkṣiye ‘flour’, āhār ‘food’, śwātsi ‘food’, kariśke ‘fruit’, werpiśke ‘garden’, śātre ‘grain’, tāno ‘grain’, tanākko ‘grain’, proksa ‘grain’, atiyo ‘grass’, ñemek ‘harvest’, cautāṃ ‘honey’, mīt ‘honey’, kest ‘hunger’, kṣur ‘knife’, malkwer ‘milk’, kontac(e) ‘nut’, makūl ‘root’, salyitstse ‘salty’, yokiye ‘thirst’, ysāre ‘wheat’, cagala ‘wine’