One question asks Palestinians to identify a lake the "Israeli occupation" drained -- the answer: hula Lake.
That results in Ed Henry hula dancing on-air and other fluff segments.
And then they burst through the door and come running into the room as I'm delivering the speech, in their hula skirts.
For further account of the manner in which the puili was used in the hula of the same name, see p. 113.
This mele, Hole Waimea, is also sung in connection with the hula ipu.
Today a Tahitian will speak of the himine to which a hula is danced.
Ku'i (ku'i)--to smite; to beat; the name of a hula (p. 250).
The hula ilo may be considered as part of Hawaii's tribute to man's most faithful friend, the dog.
In building a halau, or hall, in which to perform the hula a Hawaiian of the old, old time was making a temple for his god.
Olohe (o-l-he)--an expert in the hula; one who has passed the ailolo test and has also had much experience (p. 32).
"traditional dance of Hawaii," 1825, from Hawaiian. As a verb from 1952. Hula hoop first recorded in fall of 1958, when it was a craze; so called from resemblance of motions of one using it to the dancers' hip circles.