apapane

[ ah-pah-pah-ney ]
/ ˌɑ pɑˈpɑ neɪ /

noun

a small, deep crimson Hawaiian honeycreeper, Himatione sanguinea, having black wings, tail, and bill.

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Origin of apapane

From the Hawaiian word ʿapapane
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