Definition of Hawaiian dancing
1. Noun. A Polynesian rain dance performed by a woman.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hawaiian Dancing
Literary usage of Hawaiian dancing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hawaii Past and Present by William Richards Castle (1917)
"Like this sport, Hawaiian dancing and wailing for the dead remain to recall the older times. The dancing, or hula, has degenerated into something similar to ..."
2. The Boy Travellers in Australasia: Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey to by Thomas Wallace Knox (1889)
"... Hawaiian Islands 20 Government Buildings, Honolulu 21 Hawaiian dancing-girls 22 Map of the Sandwich Isles 23 Lahaina, Island of Maui 25 Women on ..."
3. All about Hawaii (1917)
"... regard to the public hula exhibition given in the Capitol grounds last week as a sample of Hawaiian dancing. "It was lewd, suggestive and disgraceful. ..."
4. Proceedings of the American Society for Psychical Research by American Society for Psychical Research (1917)
"In her Hawaiian dancing she has caught perfectly the spirit of the music and she has never seen any one dance in ..."
5. Minority Health Issues for an Emerging Majority: The 4th National Forum on edited by Shiriki Kumanyika, John Karefa-Smart (1992)
"A Hawaiian dancing group, performing the Hawaiian Hula to the sounds of authentic- Hawaiian music. Little River Drum and Dancer. ..."