Long slender limber spears of tawa wood, twelve feet long and more, were used.
tawa and other trees of small size were cut into suitable lengths for the palisade-posts.
Nomhliëstawa is formed also of three elements: nom, west; hliës, to hurl; and tawa, left-handed.
Pa-hu-ka´-tawa said, “Now put your hands on top of my head, and feel there.”
To begin with, they had to make the slender bird spears, thirty feet long, out of the light wood of the tawa tree.
The larva feeds on the white rata (M. scandens) and the tawa (Beilschmiedia tawa).
tawa′lĭ-ukwanûñ′tĭ—“Punk-plugged-in,” from tawa′lĭ, punk; the Cherokee name of a traditional Shawano chief.
I E sawa genitive of sa, ta reflexive possessive for all persons; Dak tawa the same, also ta.
In this division they keep a small interval called tawa in which they do not use the breadfruit.
His red brethren, the chiefs of the Shawanoes at tawa town, would not listen to him, but persecuted him.