KOA

Etymology

Noun

koa (plural koas or koa)

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.

Anagrams

• A-OK, AOK, Kao, OAK, Oka, oak, oka

Source: Wiktionary



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