- huizinga, johan,
- hula hoop,
- hula skirt,
Origin of hula
Examples from the Web for hula
That results in Ed Henry hula dancing on-air and other fluff segments.Lindsey Graham on Bracing for 2012 and More Sunday Talk|The Daily Beast Video|January 2, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And then they burst through the door and come running into the room as I'm delivering the speech, in their hula skirts.
At Hula, my house had been entered, but the few things stolen were mostly returned.Adventures in New Guinea|James Chalmers
This story was told in verse, sung to the tune of "Mauna Kea," a hula dance.The Spell of the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippines|Isabel Anderson
Ellis gives a quotable description of this hula, which he calls the "hura ka raau:"
For an account of the first hula we may look to the story of Pele.
They seize in their right hand the hula gourd, clattering with pebbles inside.Hawaiian Folk Tales|Various
Word Origin for hula
"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.