Origin of koa
How to use koa in a sentence
Mommyish editor-in-chief Koa Beck wrote an open letter encouraging the ex-sorority sister to apply for their paid internship.
People will love the ‘chili water,’ which adds a nice spice to give our Koko Koa a good ‘punch.’
The greater part were of polished koa wood, though some were covered with red velvet ornamented with gold.A Voyage in the 'Sunbeam'|Annie Allnut Brassey
Jar made in imitation of treasure jar, found in ruins of W-mai a. Thl-wo-pu-kia t-tsa-na -no-to-na n-te-li-ah-na y-koa.Illustrated Catalogue of the Collections Obtained|James Stevenson
Koa Kau, one of the younger of the students, ran lightly up the stairs to give battle to the intruders.
This time there was quite a little party went with him: his wife, their three children, and Koa Kau, one of his students.
The girls were huddled in colored groups on wide couches or garlanded in twos and threes on and in the big koa-wood chairs.The Little Lady of the Big House|Jack London