keiki


keiki
kei·ki

English syllables. 2014.

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  • Keiki — Keiki, the Hawaiian word for baby (pronounced kay key ), refers to a plant produced asexually by an orchid plant, usually used when referring to Dendrobium , Epidendrum (sensu latu), and Phalaenopsis orchids. The baby plant is an exact clone of… …   Wikipedia

  • Keiki — est le nom donné aux rejets (formation de feuilles et de racines) qui peuvent apparaître sur certaines hampes florales d orchidée telle que les phalaenopsis. Lorsque les racines dépassent quelques centimètres et que plusieurs feuilles sont… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Keiki — Dieser Artikel wurde aufgrund von formalen und/oder inhaltlichen Mängeln in der Qualitätssicherung Biologie zur Verbesserung eingetragen. Dies geschieht, um die Qualität der Biologie Artikel auf ein akzeptables Niveau zu bringen. Bitte hilf mit,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • keiki — /keykiy/ Hawaiian. Popular meaning is child, but the meaning of that word in any particular instance depends on context in which it is used, and it can mean descendant of any generation. In re Kanoa s Trust Estate, 47 Hawaii 160, 393 P.2d 753,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • keiki — /keykiy/ Hawaiian. Popular meaning is child, but the meaning of that word in any particular instance depends on context in which it is used, and it can mean descendant of any generation. In re Kanoa s Trust Estate, 47 Hawaii 160, 393 P.2d 753,… …   Black's law dictionary

  • keiki — ˈkākē noun ( s) Etymology: Hawaiian 1. Hawaii : child 2. Hawaii : an immature plant …   Useful english dictionary

  • Keiki Hale — (Волкано,США) Категория отеля: 3 звездочный отель Адрес: 11 2896 Kaleponi Road, Волкано …   Каталог отелей

  • Keiki Nishiyama — volleyball player infobox fullname = Keiki Nishiyama nickname = Keiki dateofbirth =birth date|1988|10|19|mf=y cityofbirth = Kyoto, Kyoto countryofbirth = Japan dateofdeath = residence = spike = 295cm block = 285cm height = height|m=1.76 weight =… …   Wikipedia

  • Tokugawa Keiki — Tokugawa Yoshinobu Tokugawa Yoshinobu (jap. 徳川 慶喜; * 28. Oktober 1837; † 22. November 1913) war der letzte japanische Shōgun (1866–67). Er dankte 1867 unter dem Druck der Reformer ab, die anstelle des Shogunats (Bakufu) eine nominelle …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • child —   Keiki, kama; nōpu u (Ni ihau).   Also: lei, pua, liko, ōpu u, hāpu u, hānau, poke o. See orphan.    ♦ Beloved child, kama lei, pua lei, lei kau maka, keiki punahele.    ♦ Only child, kama kahi, hua kahi, hānau kahi (see saying, a o).    ♦… …   English-Hawaiian dictionary


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