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  • The fruit of the ieie vine is the particular food of the bird, and there are considerable tracts of timber on the mountains of the island where this vine still abounds.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • The ieie still fruits, and offers its crimson spike of seeds, as of old, to the ou.

    The Song of The Dodo

  • Their children are the Sun-at-high-noon; a second son, possibly Lightning; twin daughters called after two varieties of the forest vine, _ieie_, perhaps symbols of Rainbow and Twilight; and five sweet-smelling daughters -- the four varieties of _maile_ vine and the scented _hala_ blossom.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • When they turned back and came to Kahalaomapuana's taboo sign, behold! the tail of the great lizard protruded above the taboo sign, which was covered with white _tapa_ wound with the _ieie_ vine and the sweet-scented fern, [51] and it was a terrible thing to see.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • Ia laua i kaha aku e hoi a hiki i ka pahu kapu o Kahalaomapuana, aia hoi ilaila, ua hoopiiia ka huelo o ua moo nui nei iluna o ka pahu kapu, ua uhiia i ka _oloa_, ka ieie, a me ka palai, a he mea weliweli loa ia laua ka nana ana aku.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • He directed them to build a large _lanai_, or arbor, to be entirely covered with ferns, ginger, maile, and ieie -- the sweet and odorous foliage greens of the islands.

    Hawaiian Folk Tales A Collection of Native Legends

  • In V. Θίι/Portus fruilra ieie torquct, dum non animadvcrtit, pro jSJAeTO, vel, iic Editt.

    Suidae Lexicon, Græce & Latine

  • [Footnote 51: The _ieie_ vine and the sweet-scented fern are, like the

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai


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  • A vinaceous screw-pine (genus Freycinetia) whose air-roots are used in Polynesia to make baskets and fishtraps.

    August 3, 2008