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  • noun Plural form of aloha.

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Examples

  • Our alohas began with a night on Caye Caulker when we celebrated with our friends and had our last night in Belize with Dorothy and Kim, two people who made our transition to life in the city so much easier and so much fun.

    A Week of "Alohas"

  • This past Wednesday the alohas continued when a group of PCVs dropped by the airport to welcome the new trainees to Belize.

    A Week of "Alohas"

  • Our alohas began with a night on Caye Caulker when we celebrated with our friends and had our last night in Belize with Dorothy and Kim, two people who made our transition to life in the city so much easier and so much fun.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • This past Wednesday the alohas continued when a group of PCVs dropped by the airport to welcome the new trainees to Belize.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • The air still rang with laughter and alohas, and the rippling music of the Hawaiian tongue; bananas and pineapples were still piled in fragrant heaps; the drifts of surf rolled in, as then, over the barrier reef, canoes with outriggers still poised themselves on the blue water; the coral divers still plied their graceful trade, and the lazy ripples still flashed in light along the palm-fringed shore.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • A number of natives assembled to see us start, and they all shook hands with us, exchanging alohas, and presenting us with leis of roses and ohias.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • King Kalakaua and Queen Kapiolani have paid a visit to the settlement, and were received with hearty alohas, and the music of

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The barren point was a great village, I was greeted with happy _alohas_, then passed on.

    Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends

  • A number of natives assembled to see us start, and they all shook hands with us, exchanging alohas, and presenting us with leis of roses and ohias.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

  • The air still rang with laughter and alohas, and the rippling music of the Hawaiian tongue; bananas and pineapples were still piled in fragrant heaps; the drifts of surf rolled in, as then, over the barrier reef, canoes with outriggers still poised themselves on the blue water; the coral divers still plied their graceful trade, and the lazy ripples still flashed in light along the palm-fringed shore.

    The Hawaiian Archipelago

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