ahuula

noun
ahu·ula | \ ˌä-hə-ˈü-lə , ˌä-ˌhü-ˈü- \
plural -s

Definition of ahuula 

: a feather cloak or cape made of minute red or yellow bird feathers occasionally trimmed with black or green and formerly worn in Hawaii by high chiefs and kings

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First Known Use of ahuula

1885, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for ahuula

Hawaiian, from 'ahu garment + 'ula red, regal

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