Definition of Lehuas
1. lehua [n] - See also: lehua
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Literary usage of Lehuas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pele and Hiiaka: A Myth from Hawaii by Nathaniel Bright Emerson (1915)
""Who in the world is meddling with your lehuas ?" While they were sailing along the precipitous coast of Ka- lalau, set in the windward wall of the island, ..."
2. Hawaiian Legends of Volcanoes by William Drake Westervelt (1916)
"They are picking my lehuas Until they are gone." Then from that far-off island of Kauai she looked over her burning forest toward the sea and again chanted: ..."
3. History of Mexico by Hubert Howe Bancroft, William Nemos, Thomas Savage, Joseph Joshua Peatfield (1883)
"This author adds, 'era de ver la jente quo acudio a vello do mas de ochenta lehuas.' Gonzalez Davila gives 63 victims, of whom 21 were followers of Luther. ..."
4. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1916)
"The tall slender lehuas rise to eighty or one hundred feet, the tree-ferns form an unbroken canopy below them, at an elevation of thirty or forty feet. ..."
5. History of Mexico / Hubert Howe Bancroft by Hubert Howe Bancroft, William Nemos, Thomas Savage, Joseph Joshua Peatfield (1886)
"This author adds, ' era de ver la jente que acudid a vello de mas de ochc ita lehuas.' Gonzalez Davila gives 63 victims, of whom 21 were followers of Luther ..."
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