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1. n., Orange finch (Psittirostra palmeri), the largest of the Hawaiian finchlike forms, found only in the Kona and Kaʻū districts, Hawaiʻi.

2. n., A native tree, endemic to Kauaʻi (Urera sandvicensis var. kauaiensis), in the nettle family, with broad-ovate, long-stemmed leaves, and red, clustered, male flowers.

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