Origin of pulu
Examples from the Web for pulu
Historical Examples of pulu
Pulu, a kind of silk obtained from the fibres of a fern-tree of Hawaii.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Edited by Rev. James Wood
Then Pulu grew angry and called them cowards, for, as they argued, Rdan fell forward on his face in a swoon.
At dusk they ran the boat along the plantation jetty, and Pulu and another man led Rfdan up the path to the manager's house.
His hands were free, but a stout rope of cinnet was tied around his naked waist and Pulu held the end.
The great funeral ceremony, or rather death-dance, of the Western Islanders took place in the island of Pulu.The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3)
Sir James George Frazer