Pulu

Pulu is a silky material obtained from the fibers of the hapu{Okina}u pulu (Cibotium glaucum), a tree fern of Hawaii. It is made of the brown hairs that cover the young fiddlehead as it uncoils. ==Ancient Hawai{Okina}i== In ancient Hawai{Okina}i, pulu (which means `mulch` or `padding` in the Hawaiian language) was used to embalm the dead. Wome...
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Pulu

• (n.) A vegetable substance consisting of soft, elastic, yellowish brown chaff, gathered in the Hawaiian Islands from the young fronds of free ferns of the genus Cibotium, chiefly C. Menziesii; -- used for stuffing mattresses, cushions, etc., and as an absorbent.
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Pulu

Pu'lu noun A vegetable substance consisting of soft, elastic, yellowish brown chaff, gathered in the Hawaiian Islands from the young fronds of free ferns of the genus Cibotium , chiefly C. Menziesii ; -- used for stuffing mattresses, cushions, etc., and as an absorbent.
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Pulu

Pulu is a silky fibrous substance obtained from ferns of the genus Cibotium, and formerly used for stuffing mattresses.
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