[el-uh-pahy-oh] /ˌɛl əˈpaɪ oʊ/
noun, plural elepaios.
a small brown-backed or gray-backed Hawaiian flycatcher, Chasiempis sandwichensis, having white wing bars, a white rump, and a blackish cocked tail.
noun 1. a dam and irrigation reservoir in SW New Mexico, on the Rio Grande. Dam, 309 feet (94 meters) high.
noun 1. any of several huge, extinct, flightless birds of the genus Aepyornis, of Madagascar, reaching a height of about 9 feet (2.7 meters). noun 1. another name for aepyornis
noun 1. a large, flat, sugared pastry somewhat resembling an elephant’s ear in shape. [el-uh-fuh nts-eer] /ˈɛl ə fəntsˌɪər/ noun 1. the taro. noun 1. any aroid plant of the genus Colocasia, of tropical Asia and Polynesia, having very large heart-shaped leaves: grown for ornament and for their edible tubers See also taro 2. any […]
noun 1. any of several long-snouted fishes belonging to the genus Callorhyncus, of the family Callorhynchidae (Chimaeridae), inhabiting deep waters of the Southern Hemisphere. noun 1. a large marine fish, Callorhinchus milii, of southwest Pacific waters, having a snout resembling an elephant’s trunk Also called reperepe