Origin of koaHawaiian from Proto-Polynesian an unverified form toa, tree
a Hawaiian acacia tree (Acacia koa) valued for its wood, used in building and cabinetmaking, and its bark, used in tanning
- A tree (Acacia koa) in the pea family, native to Hawaii, having flowers arranged in axillary racemes and small sickle-shaped leaves.
- The light-to-dark brown or reddish wood of this tree, used for furniture, crafts, cabinetry, and musical instruments.
Origin of koaHawaiian from Proto-Polynesian to'a ironwood tree
(countable and uncountable, plural koas)
- Acacia koa, a species of large tree in the family Fabaceae which is endemic to and common on the islands of Hawaii; or the wood of this tree.
From Hawaiian koa.
- Once you specify the particular state or province where you want to find a camping location and the type of camping you plan to do, you'll see a map that features stars representing each KOA campground location.
- Additional RV Rental in Wisconsin Options - For information about other companies that may offer rental recreational vehicles in Wisconsin, see WisconsinRVRentals.com and the KOA RV Rental page for the state.
- For example, Hawaii's Hale Koa Hotel, located near famed Waikiki Beach, operates for the exclusive use of retired and current members of the U.S. Armed Forces, Reserves, and National Guard.
- Each listing contains information about the fees, location, rules and instruction on how to rent.Another good resource for renting a campsite is Kampgrounds of America (KOA).
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