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Literally "eye-movement," the traditional Hawaiian observance of the four-month winter period, which refers to the appearance and movement of stars.
a sarong worn by Hawaiian women with the top under one arm and over the shoulder of the opposite arm.
: a shrub or tree of the genus Dodonaea; especially : an ornamental shrub or small tree (Dodonaea vicosa) of tropical to subtropical regions that has narrow, glossy leaves coated with a sticky substance when young and a fruit that is a winged, papery capsule
Aztec tribal patron god; central figure of cult of human sacrifice and warfare; identified with old sun god
an Asian dish often served as an appetizer or main course and consisting of samples of a variety of foods