Kiekie

Kiekie (Freycinetia Banksii) is a New Zealand shrub belonging to the family Pandanaceae. It climb to a considerable height, and bears a large quantity of berries crowded on a spadix. The young spadices are made into a jelly, which has a strawberry-like flavour.
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Kiekie

[clothing] A kiekie is a Tongan dress, an ornamental girdle around the waist, mainly worn by women on semiformal occasions, but nowadays also sometimes by men. At highly formal occasions both gender will settle for a ta{okina}ovala. At casual occasions no girdle is needed for any gender, although women may continue wearing a kiekie even the...
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Kiekie

A kiekie is a Polynesian word, in some languages written as {okina}ie{okina}ie. It can refer to: ...
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Kiekie

[plant] Kiekie (Freycinetia banksii) is a densely branched, brittle, woody climber native to New Zealand. It is a member of the screwpalm family Pandanaceae. Kiekie has numerous cane-like stems up to 40 mm in diameter, which freely produce aerial roots. It climbs tree trunks, or forms dense tangles on the forest floor. Its stems and leaves ...
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