The taro and fish were smelt all over, and carefully examined before eaten.
I know that your food is done, but I can give you plenty of fish and taro.
Seale (1901:31) found the Gallinule to be abundant at Guam in marshes and taro patches.
On a May-day of sunshine like the present, the taro is a gentle stream.
taro looked at them suspiciously, not quite satisfied that he might not before long be put inside one of them.
They did not, however, neglect their taro fields; and I was sent out as usual to work.
Not only the Page 221 tubers of the taro but its finer stalks are eaten.
Yams and taro, and a fowl now and then, will be my food until the ship comes.
McElroy found bitterns in taro patches at Truk in December, 1945.
His father died in 1499 from a wound got at the battle of the taro.
tropical food plant, 1769, from Polynesian (Tahitian or Maori) taro.