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1. n., The Indian mulberry (Morinda citrifolia 🌐), a small tree or shrub in the coffee family, a native of Asia, Australia, and islands of the Pacific. Leaves are large, shiny, deep-veined. Many small flowers are borne on round heads, which become pale-yellow unpleasant-tasting fruits. Formerly Hawaiians obtained dyes and medicine from many parts of the tree.

2. vs., Troubled, agitated, perplexed, confused.

3. Same as ʻānoni, to mix.

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4. nvi., Poor appetite, as of an invalid; to take food unwillingly.

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s. A shrub; the bark, and especially the root, is used in coloring; the fruit is large and heavy; he kaua hua noni kekahi, some fought with noni fruit (for weapons); the root colors red.

Noni (nō'-ni), n.

/ nō'-ni / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A small tree (Morinda citrifolia). The bark, and especially the root, is used in coloring; the fruit is large and heavy: he kaua hua noni kekahi, some fought with noni fruit (for weapons); the root colors red. (Noni is also the Tahitian name of the plant.)

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