Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|a type of scoriaceous volcanic rock.
|the yellowfin tuna.
|a greeting or farewell. [Hawaiian aloha, love or kindness].
|a sinuous Polynesian dance with rhythmic hip movements.
|a witch-doctor; an expert in any field.
|a longtime resident of Hawaii. [Hawaiian kama, child, + aina, land].
|a set of rules for daily life.
|a kind of acacia with crescent-shaped leaves and white flowers.
|a verandah or roofed patio.
|a Polynesian tree of the myrtle family with bright red flowers, aka OHIA.
|a Hawaiian dish made of coconut, octopus etc.
|the dolphin, esp. its flesh prepared as food. [Hawaiian mahi, strong].
|a newcomer to Hawaii.
|a long loose dress.
|a kind of goose native to Hawaii.
|a tree of S. Asia whose fruit provides a possibly health-promoting juice.
|a Polynesian tree of the myrtle family with bright red flowers, aka LEHUA.
|a kind of fish > ONOS.
|a hardened lava with a smooth or ropy surface.
|a Hawaiian shrub with small, white, very fragrant flowers. [Hawaiian pikake, peacock].
|a dish of fermented taro.
|a silky fibre from the Hawaiian tree-fern.
|the marriage of brothers of one family to sisters of another.
|relating to PUNALUA.
|a dish of Asian foods served as an appetiser.
|a small four-stringed guitar originating in Hawaii but developed from an earlier Portuguese instrument. [Hawaiian 'jumping flea'].