a Hawaiian shrub or climber, Rubus macraei, bearing a large, red, edible raspberry.
The akala of which the pa-u had been made lay where it was left, took root and grew into a large vine.
Legends of Gods and Ghosts (Hawaiian Mythology) W. D. (William Drake) Westervelt
noun (in India) a learned society
- Akamushi disease
akamushi disease akamushi disease ak·a·mu·shi disease (āk’ə-mōō’shē, ä’kə-) n. See scrub typhus.
a language of the Kwa branch of Niger-Congo spoken in much of Ghana and parts of the Ivory Coast. a member of any of various Akan-speaking peoples, including the Ashanti and Fanti. Historical Examples Thus buat-kan (to do) means to do something to (Akan) something or somebody. A Manual of the Malay language William Edward […]
Modern Greek name of . Historical Examples Aitlians, Achaians, all the rest, had a share in the overthrow of the mother city of Rome; akarnania was guiltless. Studies of Travel – Greece Edward A. Freeman