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huaʻulaʻula

/ hua.ʻula.ʻula / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., The red sandalwood tree (Adenanthera pavonina 🌐), from parts of tropical Asia and Malaysia, of moderate height and with rather widespreading branches. The tree is planted in parks, and its round, lens-shaped, red seeds are used for leis, and their long, yellow-lined pods for decorative arrangements.

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