pulu-fiber

pulu

[poo-loo]
noun
a soft, elastic vegetable fiber of yellow-brown hue obtained from the young fronds of Hawaiian tree ferns, used for mattress and pillow stuffing.
Also called pulu fiber.


Origin:
1825–35; < Hawaiian

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