Kwakwa

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kwakwa
taxon
Tafauseful plant Jhyuk
Á̱kum a̱lyootC. nucifera Jhyuk
Taxon nameCocos nucifera Jhyuk
Taxon rankspecies Jhyuk
Parent taxonCocos Jhyuk
Has fruit typedrupe Jhyuk
Seed dispersalnautochory Jhyuk
Jen ntsa55 million years BCE Jhyuk
Hardiness of plant10 Jhyuk
Taxon rangeFujian Jhyuk
NZTCS conservation statusvagrant Jhyuk
Taxon author citationL. Jhyuk
Flora of the Hawaiian Islands URLhttps://naturalhistory2.si.edu/botany/hawaiianflora/speciesdescr.cfm?genus=Cocos&species=nucifera Jhyuk
GRIN URLhttps://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxonomydetail.aspx?id=11043 Jhyuk

Kwakwa yet zwa sum a̱kwon (Cocos nucifera) ku shi mang tanke zwa a̱kwon tswan (Arecaceae) ku si yet mbam mami zwa kukwon hywa. Achin lyoot "kwakwa" (ke a kwop "kwakwa") huhwa yet a̱kwon kwakwa, zwan ji, ke sum-a̱kwon,

The moon bug show is tonight so get ready to watch and be excited. Who do you think will be the actors or actresses in today's show?I know! I just can't wait let the show come quickly so we can watch and be happy(on the phone) O no I just got a call from the leader of tonight's show,what did she say,she said that someone stole the script she wrote and she don't have time to write another one because the show will start soon and without the script the actors won't know their parts,O no,we've got to help,okay then we've got to turn into,Superheros,okay then,lets suit up and go go go,so we can save the show.Ha you evil vilans,leave those scripts alone,their not yours,no way,we will steal them and spoil the show,O no you won't,bang,bash and crash,yes!we got it .Now what to do with these guys,mmm I have an idea,LEADER!,yes it's me,okay then what do you want us to do to them

The term "coconut" (or the archaic "cocoanut") can refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which botanically is a drupe, not a nut. The name comes from the old Portuguese word coco, meaning "head" or "skull", after the three indentations on the coconut shell that resemble facial features. They are ubiquitous in coastal tropical regions and are a cultural icon of the tropics.