Word Origin for namu
How to use namu in a sentence
And at last when they had drunk the fiery namu enata till their brains were filled with flames, they lay in wait for her.
In many valleys the chiefs lead in the making of the illicit namu enata, or cocoanut-brandy.
Fresh from the flower spathes of the cocoanut-tree, namu tastes like a very light, creamy beer or mead.
Pae furnished a limited quantity of rum for the fete, and a cocoanut-shell filled with namu was passed about.
Rum was everywhere, the palm namu was being made all the time, and few people were ever sober.