panini (H) the prickly pear.
nvs., Life, health, well-being, living, livelihood, means of support, salvation; alive, living; curable, spared, recovered; healed; to live; to spare, save, heal, grant life, survive, thrive. Examples: Ola loa, long life, longevity. Ola ʻana, life, existence.
Aki (ă-kĭ), v. 1. To cut with the teeth; to bite; to wound or cut in two with the teeth. 2. To backbite; to speak reproachfully of one absent; to taunt.
Mischievous, naughty, unethical or unprincipled in any way, illegal, fraudulent, destructive; rascal, mischief-maker, scamp, rogue, prankster, comic, roughhouse, crook, vandal, lecher; to act in this fashion, misbehave, cheat, transgress, tamper; to violate, as a taboo.
n., Mill, drill, wrench, bit; various implements or machines used for turning are listed below. Examples: Nā mea wili (Nah. 11.8), mills.
Mahalo nui (pronounced mah-hah-loh noo-ee) means “thank you very much.” And if you really appreciate something, you can say mahalo nui loa (pronounced mah-hah-loh noo-ee loh-wah), which means “thank you so very much.”
The standard word beautiful is “nani“. It is pronounced as nah-knee. Nani can also be used for splendid and pretty. Use the word “ho’onani” as a verb to describe beauty or to give praise.
A popular kanji is 明 (the combination of the two different characters 日 = sun and 月 = moon) which means “the light coming from sun”, “sunlight and moonlight”, “bright”, “intelligent”, “wisdom” or “truth”. Though Akira is normally used to name males, sometimes it can be a female name as well. 明, “bright” 亮, “light”
Origin:Japanese. Popularity:13450. Meaning:autumn’s child; bright child; glistening child.
Adi or Aadi (आदि) is also a male Sanskrit given name, which means “first”and “superior”.
[Hawaiian Dictionary (Hawaiian)] ehu.ehu. 1. nvs. Animation varying from fury and storm to power and majesty; violent, furious, powerful, animated; violence, fury, anger, majesty, animation.
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The Wiliwili is an iconic tree of the native lowland dry forests of Hawai’i. The wiliwili is one of Hawai’i’s few endemic deciduous trees and will typically lose their leaves in the summer months, during periods of drought, before flowering in late summer.
Cuttings need to be taken when the parent plant is not in flower. Most sources recommend that large cuttings be taken with each cutting at least 1 1/2 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 to 2 feet long. Bornhorst suggests that cuttings can be as long as 6 feet. Each cutting should have at least three nodes.
A wiki (sometimes spelled “Wiki”) is a server program that allows users to collaborate in forming the content of a Web site. The term comes from the word “wikiwiki,” which means “fast” in the Hawaiian language.