Limu

• (n.) The Hawaiian name for seaweeds. Over sixty kinds are used as food, and have species names, as Limu Lipoa, Limu palawai, etc.
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Limu

(Hawaiian) seaweed
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Limu

[algae] Limu is the Hawaiian word for algae. There are approximately one hundred Hawaiian names for kinds of limu, sixty of which can be matched with scientific names. Limu played an important part in the ancient Hawaiian diet. It was used to add flavor to an otherwise particularly bland diet of kalo (taro), `uala (sweet potato), and `ulu (...
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Limu

[Tongan mythology] In the Polynesian mythology of Tonga, Limu is the primeval Tongan god of creation, whose union with the goddess Kele produced the goddess Touiafutuna, from whom all creation descends. ...
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Limu

Li'mu (lē'mō) noun (Botany) The Hawaiian name for seaweeds. Over sixty kinds are used as food, and have species names, as Limu Lipoa , Limu palawai , etc.
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limu

Limu formed as lava entered the sea on Kilauea Volcano, Hawai'i. Credit: J. D. Griggs / U.S. Geological Survey Also known as Limu o Pele (Hawaiian for 'seaweed of Pele'), thin flakes of basaltic glass that sometimes form when pahoehoe lava pours into the ocean. As waves wash atop exposed streams...
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limu

Limu is the Hawaiian word for seaweed. Limu is almost exclusively the food of Hawaiian green turtles.
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Limu

Limu is the Polynesian god of the dead.
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Limu

Market name for a respected fragrant, floral- and fruit-toned wet-processed coffee from south-centra
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Limu

seaweed
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limu

seaweed
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