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Definition of Palolo

Palolo
Palolo Pa*lo"lo, n., or Palolo worm Palolo worm . [From native name.] A polystome worm (Palolo viridis) that burrows in the coral reefs of certain of the Pacific Islands. A little before the last quarter of the moon in October and November, they swarm in vast numbers at the surface of the sea for breeding, and are gathered and highly esteemed as food by the natives. An allied species inhabits the tropical Atlantic and swarms in June or July.

Meaning of Palolo from wikipedia

- Pālolo is the name of a valley, stream, and residential neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii, the United States. The area lies approximately four miles east...
- Palolo may refer to: Palolo, Hawaii, a valley and neighborhood of Honolulu, Hawaii Palolo worm, a species of invertebrate that lives in tropical coral...
- Palola viridis, commonly known as the palolo worm or Samoan palolo worm, is a Polychaeta species from the waters of the Pacific islands around Samoa and...
- António Palolo (Évora, 1946 — Lisboa, 2000) was a Portuguese artist and painter. Palolo held his first one-person exhibition in 1964 at 111 Gallery, Lisbon...
- refers to Kaʻau Crater, an extinct volcano above the Palolo Valley of Oahu, near to the Palolo housing community in which Cruz and Fernandez were raised...
- born in Palolo Valley, Hawaii in December 1919. His first experiences in retail began while working in his parents’ grocery store in Palolo. In 1949...
- species of flowering plant in the bellflower family known by the common names Palolo Valley rollandia and narrowleaf rollandia. It is native to Oahu, where it...
- edible palolo worms m**** on the beaches. These events occur at the last quarter of the lunar month, as the reproductive cycle of the palolos is synchronized...
- consisted of wetlands which were fed by streams running from the Makiki, Palolo, and Manoa valleys to the sea. In the early 1900s, Lucius Pinkham, then...
- jurisdiction of the Hawaii Department of Education. It is bordered by the Manoa-Palolo Drainage Canal, Kapiolani Boulevard, Kaimuki Avenue, Crane Park and Date...
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