kolea

noun ko·lea \ kōˈlāə \

Definition of kolea

plural -s
Hawaii
: golden plover c
  • The liveliest show in town this morning may be in your backyard or in the park down the street because kolea coming back from Alaska are deciding on their territories.
  • —Bob KraussHonolulu Star-Advertiser24 Aug. 2005

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Origin and Etymology of kolea

Hawaiian


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