Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of semilunar knife used by Eskimo women.
“High school students performing the Ma'ulu'ulu traditional dance.”
“It's "ulu"; I have to give taxi drivers directions so that they can drive me home and sometimes it's easier to just mention Ngee Ann Poly or Sunset Way so that the taxi drivers have a rough idea where Clementi Street 13 is.”
“We look forward to finding out what opportunities might exist, such as creation of a commercial market for breadfruit or development of value-added products such as 'ulu breads, pancakes or flour," he said.”
“Robin Campaniano, general partner of Ulupono Initiative, the Omidyars' investment fund and philanthropic organization, says 'ulu, as breadfruit is called in Hawaiian, could cut down Hawaii's estimated 90% reliance on food imports.”
“Hundreds of Inuit at a community festival gathered yesterday as Jean knelt above a pair of seal carcasses and used a traditional ulu blade to slice the meat off the skin.”
“Then without warning in July 2010 he developed ulu like symptoms that sent him to the Sheridan VA Medical Center.”
“To all thanks for the info on the ulu as that is exactly what I was refering to in a previous entry but could not remember the name and was obviously too lazy to look it up.”
“There is, seemingly, nothing that requires knife work that they could not do with the ulu - which they employed in various sizes from quite small, for work around the head and lips, to quite large for the overall fleshing of the whole hide.”
“Kenneth "Kenny" Tagarook teased as he sliced another piece of frozen raw caribou meat for me with his ulu - a hand-sized, flat piece of metal with a small handle opposite the sharp, curved edge.”
“He sliced little finger-size pieces for me with his ulu - a traditional knife for cutting meat.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘ulu’.
A list of 3-letter words which cannot be formed by adding a letter to a 2-letter word (see Ken Clark's word lists found at http://www.seattlescrab...
Words to quiz the intermediate and advanced speller alike
Words picked up from my readings about the Malayan Emergency (1948-1960).
A list of words that WWF recognizes as valid - most are unusual words; some are simply high-scoring.
Words a dyslexic can't get wrong: Palindromes
Or a kris? A rapier? A double-bladed hackmonger?
A delicious and useful fruit and plant! I'm collecting words related to the botany and uses, cultivars, anything really.
Looking for tweets for ulu.