Übersetzung für 'kalo' von Englisch nach Deutsch
kalo [Hawaiian: taro]
Taro {m}
kalo nut tree [Vernicia fordii, syn.: Aleurites fordii]
Tungbaum {m}
kalo nut tree [Vernicia fordii, syn.: Aleurites fordii]
Holzölbaum {m}
kalo nut tree [Vernicia fordii, syn.: Aleurites fordii]
Tungölbaum {m}
kalo nut tree [Vernicia fordii, syn.: Aleurites fordii]
Kalonussbaum {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • auwai" to irrigate ponds for growing taro ("kalo"), but very rarely employed dressed stone to line ditches.
  • Though Lady B'ulu was not B'alaj Chan K'awiil's first wife, she carried the prestigious title "ochk'in kalo'mte" (loosely, "western autocrat") on Stela 24, suggesting a high level of political power.
  • ... i kalo) that date back to early Polynesian arrivals on the island.
  • Some ponds have been restored using concrete for the walls and the bed instead of the traditional brick and "kalo mato" (black mud).
  • The era also included intense land struggles such as that of Kalama Valley, Kahoʻolawe and Waiāhole-Waikāne, and a resurgence of traditional practices such as loʻi kalo (taro patch) farming, folk arts, and mālama ʻāina (traditional forestry/ land healing and restoration).

  • In the irrigated systems, the Hawaiians grew mostly taro (kalo), and in the rain-fed systems, they grew mostly ʻuala (sweet potatoes), yams, and dryland taro in addition to other small crops.
  • Sidney Dillon Ripley (1952) records a local bird name "sano kalo titra" ("small black/dusky partridge") from the Dailekh district of Nepal.
  • In Bangladesh, it is known as "kalo dhaner chaal" (black paddy rice) and used to make polao or rice-based desserts.
  • He spearheaded the founding of Pu‘uhonua o Waimānalo, a Hawaiian cultural village and traditional "lo‘i kalo" (taro paddy) agricultural restoration project in Waimānalo, Hawai‘i.
  • The mosque was built by Bihuroazu Fashan akalo. The mosque was named Bihuroazu Fashana kalo Mosque.

  • Hoʻokuaʻāina is a nonprofit organization that maintains roughly 3 acres of loʻi kalo in Maunawili, Hawaii.
  • Film's soundtrack and the score is composed by Mohammad Fazla Kadar Shadhin. Only song "Jater meye kalo bhalo" is penned by A.K. Azad, used in the film on Naira Farzin Mahfuza's voice.
  • On way back, Subrata asks Kiriti why he did not hand "kalo bhromor" to the police.
  • Hawaiians identify strongly with "kalo"/taro, so much so that the Hawaiian term for family, "ʻohana", is derived from the word "ʻohā," the shoot or sucker which grows from the kalo corm.
  • In German-speaking Europe, the self-designation is "Sinti", in France "Manush", while the groups of Spain, Wales, and Finland use "Kalo/Kale" (from "kalo" meaning "black" in Romani language).

  • Despite not being the king's first wife, she likely carried a high level of political power; she is described on Naranjo Stela 24 as an "ochk'in kalo'mte (loosely, "western autocrat").
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