Lāʻau. See entries below and peg. ~ paneling. Papa pānela lāʻau.
laau, he wahie, he ululaau.
Valley, Pāhala and Kī-lau-ea qds., Hawaiʻi. A mudflow here in 1868 destroyed a village and killed people and cattle (Macdonald and Abbott 192–193); see Ke-aīwa. Street, Nuʻu-anu, Honolulu, named for John H. Wood, pioneer merchant who came in 1846 and erected the first brick store building on Fort Street. (TM.) His home was on part of the site of the present Foster Garden. He died in 1892.
E huli iā “wood” ma Ulukau.
Search for “wood” on Ulukau.