Hula

Hula ə is a dance form accompanied by chant (oli) or song (mele). It was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there. The hula dramatizes or portrays the words of the oli or mele in a visual dance form. There are many sub-styles of hula, with the main two categories being Hula `Auana and Hula Kahiko. Ancient....
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hula

hula-hula noun a Polynesian rain dance performed by a woman
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Hula

[dance] CD booklet cover scanned by Gyrofrog on June 2, 2005, to be used specifically in the Halber Mensch article in accordance with the fair use provision of U.S. copyright law. ...
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Hula

[software] Hula was an open source mail and calendar project based on open standards announced on February 15, 2005 by Novell. == History == Hula was an open-source effort sponsored by Novell and developed by Dave Camp and Joe Gasiorek, amongst others. Hula was derived from an existing product by the same software house, called NetMail, and...
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Hula

[woreda] Hula is one of the woredas in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples` Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Sidama Zone, Hula is bordered on the south by the Oromia Region, on the west by Dara, on the northwest by Aleta Wendo, on the north by Bursa, and on the east by Bona Zuria. The major town in Hula is Hagere Selam. Woredas o...
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hula

Hawaiian form of communication using dance
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hula

hula, traditional Hawaiian dance usually performed standing with symbolically descriptive arm and hand movements and gracefully sensual undulations of the hips; it is also done in a sitting position. Hawaiian myth ascribes hula's invention to Hi'iaka, sister of the volcano goddess Pele, and its safe...
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Hula

Originally a sacred dance of Hawaii supposedly created by the younger volcano Kala to please his sister Pele. In due time its varied interpretation also served to please the visiting sailors which did not please the missionaries who promptly banned it. Despite this blight, it has been revived and is now more popular than ever. It is in 4/4 meter, i...
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hula

sensuous, mimetic Hawaiian dance, performed sitting or standing, with undulating gestures to instruments and chant. Originally the hula was a ... [1 related articles]
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hula

sinuous Polynesian dance with rhythmic hip movements
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Hula

The hula (or hula-hula) is a traditional dance performed in Hawaii. The hula is comprised of six basic steps accompanied by gestures that symbolize or imitate natural phenomena and historical events and the like.
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hula

[n] - a Polynesian rain dance performed by a woman
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