(hoo-lah)...(n.).. traditional or not so traditional Hawaiian dance... considered a job skill...or an anachronism...
(WHO-lah) The dance of Hawaii
A lovely Hawaiian dance form.
Hawaiian form of communication using dance
a Polynesian rain dance performed by a woman
Hawaiian term for a graceful Hawaiian dance.
listen]- traditional Kanaka Maoli dance; two principal categories of hula divide them into ancient (kahiko) styles which reflect pre-contact compositions and musical values, while auwana represent more recent compositions done with modern western musical harmonies and instrumentation.
(HOO-la): Polynesian dance associated with Hawaii
dances used as a traditional means of passing down family history.
averent dance linking music and poetry with religious overtones
an ancient form of Hawaiian dance in which dancers tell a story with hand and body movements.
Hula (IPA: ) is a dance form accompanied by chant or song. It was developed in the Hawaiian Islands by the Polynesians who originally settled there. The chant or song is called a mele.