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Definition of Limu

Limu
Limu Li"mu (l[=e]"m[=oo]), n. (Bot.) The Hawaiian name for seaweeds. Over sixty kinds are used as food, and have species names, as Limu Lipoa, Limu palawai, etc.

Meaning of Limu from wikipedia

- Limu or Rimu is a general Polynesian term for edible plants living underwater, such as seaweed, or plants living near water, like algae. In Hawaii, there...
- Limu or Limmu may refer to: Limmu (woreda), an area in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia Limu, Estonia, a village in Estonia Limu, Gongcheng County [zh],...
- Limu is an island in Tonga. It is located within the Ha'apai Group in the centre of the country, to northeast of the national capital of Nukuʻalofa. Coordinates:...
- Sarg****um is a genus of brown (cl**** Phaeophyceae) macroalgae (seaweed) in the order Fucales. Numerous species are distributed throughout the temperate...
- served with traditional condiments such as sea salt, candlenut, seaweed, and limu. According to the food historian Rachel Laudan, the present form of poke...
- Limu o Pele or Pele's seaweed (Hawaiian, literally "seaweed of Pele" after Pele the Hawaiian fire goddess of volcanoes) is a geological term for thin sheets...
- Royal Tongan Limu was a seaweed extract product manufactured and distributed by Dynamic Essentials, a now defunct multilevel marketing company based in...
- Asparagopsis taxiformis, (limu kohu) formerly A. sanfordiana, is a species of red alga, with cosmopolitan distribution in tropical to warm temperate waters...
- In the Polynesian mythology of Tonga, Limu is the primeval Tongan god of creation, whose union with the goddess Kele produced the goddess Touia****una,...
- A lime (from French lime, from Arabic līma, from Persian līmū, "lemon") is a citrus fruit, which is typically round, green in color, 3–6 centimetres (1...
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