Luau

Original name in latin Luau
Name in other language Luao, Luau, Teixeira de Sousa, Teixera de Sousa, Texeira-de Susa, UAL, Vila Teixeira de Sousa, Vila Teixeira de Souza, Vila Teixera de Souza, Vila Texeira de Sousa, Луау
State code AO
Continent/City Africa/Luanda
longitude -10.70727
latitude 22.22466
altitude 1106
Population 18465
Date 2012-01-17

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Luau — Administration Pays   …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • luau — s. m. Festa de origem havaiana que se realiza na praia, com comidas, músicas e danças tradicionais.   ‣ Etimologia: havaiano luau …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • luau — Hawaiian party or feast, 1853, from Hawaiian lu au, lit. young taro tops, which were served at outdoor feasts …   Etymology dictionary

  • luau — luàu m <indekl.> DEFINICIJA etnol. havajski svečani banket; uz tradicionalna jela, svira se i pleše ETIMOLOGIJA havaj …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • luau — [lo͞o′ou΄, lo͞o ou′] n. [Haw] a Hawaiian feast, usually with entertainment …   English World dictionary

  • Luau — For the towns in Angola, see Luau (Angola) . A luau (in Hawaiian, lū‘au ) is a Hawaiian feast. Small Balls may feature food, such as poi, kalua pig, poke, lomi salmon, opihi, haupia, and beer; and entertainment, such as Hawaiian music and hula.… …   Wikipedia

  • luau — /looh ow , looh ow/, n. 1. a feast of Hawaiian food, usually held outdoors and usually accompanied by Hawaiian entertainment. 2. a cooked dish of taro leaves, usually prepared with coconut cream and octopus or chicken. [1835 45; < Hawaiian lu au] …   Universalium

  • Luau — luot, luo, luau nm chèvrefeuille Manche …   Glossaire des noms topographiques en France

  • luau — noun Etymology: Hawaiian lū au Date: 1853 a Hawaiian feast …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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