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n., Native species of shrubs (Scaevola 🌐) found in mountains and near coasts, conspicuous for their white or light-colored flowers that look like half flowers.

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s. Nau, to chew, and paka (Eng.), tobacco. The name of a plant.

Naupaka (nă'u-pă'-ka), n.

/ nă'u-pă'-ka / Parker Haw to Eng,

Name applied to various shrubs belonging to the class Scaevola. Also called naupakakuahiwi.

Land section, west Lā-naʻi. Lit., Scaevola shrubs.

Beach, Mākena, Maui. Dark detrital sand beach on the north side of Puʻu Ōlaʻi. A small patch of naupaka once grew at the south end of the beach, so neighborhood fishermen called the beach Naupaka. Also known as Oneuli Beach, Onouli Beach.

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