vipers

The Greek that is translated in English as “(brood of) vipers” is translated in North Tanna as “sea-snakes” (“This is the black and white sea snake which is thought of as very evil here.”) (Source Ross McKerras)

scorpion

The Greek that is translated as “scorpion” in English is translated in North Tanna as “centipedes” (Luke 10:19) or “millipede” (Luke 11:12)

mulberry tree

The Greek that is translated as “mulberry tree” in English is translated in North Tanna as neegɨn tree (Latin: Barringtonia edulis, see here). That species of tree, native to Vanuatu and Fiji, has much like the mulberry tree a very big tap-root (source: Greg Carlson).