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AKULE is an Aviation waypoint.
- also known as AKULE waypoint, AKULE fix, fix AKULE, waypoint AKULE
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Typographical Journal (1915)
An akule is a fish, native to the Hawaiian sea, to be found in the vicinity of Koko Head, as well as elsewhere about the islands. It is edible, and commands a...
Native Use of Fish in Hawaii (1972)
by Margaret Titcomb
As to its habits, one writer claims that: — The akule is a fish that goes from place to place; if a school of them makes a ...
A Tahitian and English dictionary, with introductory remarks on the Polynesian language, and a short grammar of the Tahitian dialect (1978)
by Jerbert John Davies
Ature, s, [akule, the young of the ofce fish. Aturi, s. a running plant of a sour taste, like sorrel. Atute, s, the name of a fish. Aturu, s. a prop, a support; see paturt. - * Atutoa, s. an incendiary; also a boasting heedless person. Atutu, s. a stir, noise; ...
Crossword Puzzle Dictionary (1988)
by Nila Gott
KOAE, AMO, OMAO, OOAA, PUEO, LALA canoe _ WAAPA Caucasian _ HAOLE coffee _ KONA dance _ HULA explorer _ COOK fern _ HELI, PULU fish _ AWA, ULUA, AKULE, LANIA flower wreath _ LEI food _ POI, KALO, TARO garment _ ...
Given Names Listed by Meaning, 2d ed. by Yvonne Navarro
ninth; son Akshay m immortal Akshayaa findestructible Akshi f existence Akshita f permanent Akua m born Akule m looks Akuti f princess Ala m glorious Alage f cheerful; speaker Alain m cheerful; handsome Alaine f beautiful; bright; fair Alair ...
by John F. Mariani
AKULE(Selar crumenophthalmus). Afoodfish of Hawaii, knownon the mainland as “bigeye scad.” Hawaiians usually salt and dry the fish. The word first appeared in print in 1902. ALABAMA SLAMMER. Acocktailpopularized at the University of ...
by Dennis G. Fowler
Akule butele bobo, bwalowa (p) Take away that nutmeaL it's ground enough. Bufu bwalowa cibyaabi (p) The meal is thoroughly ground. Maila alowa inzyo, kulavwa bufu (p) The grain is ground now. meal is coming out. Bulongo tabunakulowa ...
Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi
akule (Igbo) Yoruba: ...
by Stanley Newman, Daniel Stark
wild, wolf, wren, zebu 5 akule, aphid, aphis, beast, being, betta, biped, bison, bleak, bolti, booby, borer, brant, bream, brill, bruin, brute, burro, buteo, camel, chimp, chiro, chopa, cimex, cisco, civet, coati, cobia, colin, coney, cooty, crake, crane, ...
Dialects are Kuseki, Yofo, Poli ( Akule, ...
CAHMBERS'S ENCYCLOPEDIA (1878)
See M akule. PRI'MATE (Lat. primus, Fr. primal, first) is the title of that grade in the hierarchy which is immediately below the rank of patriarch. The title strictly belongs to the Latin Church, but in its general use it corresponds with that of exarch ...
by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
Let them alt «Uu, It akUle them not what chary* come m tratdaa*. Pound Pragmatism Pound. The unit of weight (Lat. pondus, weight) 870.
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