Definition of tiki
: a wood or stone image of a Polynesian supernatural power
Recent Examples of tiki from the Web
Hike the cordwalk through the dunes and along the Lake Michigan shoreline at Kohler-Andrae State Park by tiki torch from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. July 8.
Others travel for the tiki bar, live music and cocktails.
The Rhum Bar will have its own cocktail list; the six drinks ($9 to $15) include one based on the Mai Tai and named for the founder of Trader Vic's, the Polynesian-themed restaurant chain with roots in the midcentury tiki craze.
FAVORITE BARS: Tiki-Ti—this is one of the original tiki bars!
The luau features a tiki bar, Hawaiian buffet and music.
Drinks are equally fun and eclectic, with brightly colored juices mixed with tequila or rum, some of which are served in vintage tiki mugs.
The company prints your pick onto high-quality fine art paper and ships it to you, ready to hang next to the tiki bar.
This year, the park has made updates with a new bathhouse, a tiki bar and more at its Sunlite Water Adventure.
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Origin and Etymology of tiki
Maori & Marquesan, from Tiki, first man or creator of first man
First Known Use: 1777See Words from the same year
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