Niu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); puʻupuʻu niu, punia, ʻōkaʻa. Parts: nīʻau, hā niu, poli, pani. Also: wai o ka niu, wai niu (coconut water or cream); ʻaʻa, ʻaʻaʻa, hāʻaʻa, ʻaʻamoʻo, ʻaʻa niu, ʻaʻa lole (cloth); puka wai, hipahipa (eye); ʻaʻa pulu niu (husk or fiber); pua niu (flower); lau niu (leaflet or frond); lauʻō (leaves near heart); pōʻaeʻae (axil of frond); iwi pūniu (shell); lolo, lolo niu, iho, haku (sponge); lolo, holoaʻa (holowaʻa) (sheath), kumu niu (trunk); niu lolokia (stem); niu maloʻo, niu ʻōkaʻa, ʻilikole, ʻōʻio, haohao (flesh); wai niu, wai o ka niu, wailewa, wai pūʻolo (water); kai niu, niu wali (cream). For uses of coconut, see copra, pudding. Coconut drum, pahu, pūniu. Coconut grove, ulu niu. Coconut husking stick, ʻōniu. Polished coconut shell or bowl, pūniu, ʻaʻapu. Game of throwing tapa balls at suspended coconut shell, nounou pūniu.