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lanai

[lah-nah-ee, luh-nahy] /lɑˈnɑ i, ləˈnaɪ/
noun, plural lanais. Hawaiian.
1.
a veranda, especially a fully furnished one used as a living room.
Origin of lanai
1865-1870
First recorded in 1865-70, lanai is from the Hawaiian word lānai roofed structure with open sides, porch

Lanai

[lah-nah-ee, luh-nahy] /lɑˈnɑ i, ləˈnaɪ/
noun
1.
an island in central Hawaii: pineapple plantations. 141 sq. mi. (365 sq. km).
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lanai

/lɑːˈnɑːɪ; ləˈnaɪ/
noun
1.
a Hawaiian word for veranda

Lanai

/lɑːˈnɑːɪ; ləˈnaɪ/
noun
1.
an island in central Hawaii, west of Maui island. Pop: 3193 (2000). Area: 363 sq km. (140 sq miles)
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