hanabada days meaning and definition

hanabada days meaning

During the age of youth. Young childhood. When you were a child and you had boogers dripping down your nose.

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hanabata meaning and definition

A Japanese term that is used in Hawaii a lot meaning "boogers", literally meaning "nose butter" in Japanese.

hanabata days meaning and definition

Word used in Hawaii that refers to one's childhood. Derived from the Japanese word "hana", meaning 'nose', and the English word "butter", which in spoken in Hawaiian pidgin can sound like 'bata.' So Hanabata Days are the "nose butter" days, or the days when we had runny noses. Can also spelled Hanabuddah Days.

hanabi meaning and definition

Japanese for fireworks

hanabuddah days meaning and definition

Word used in Hawaii that refers to one's childhood. Derived from the Japanese word "hana", meaning 'nose', and the English word "butter", which in spoken in Hawaiian pidgin can sound like 'buddah.' So Hanabata Days are the "nose butter" days, or the days when we had runny noses. Can also spelled Hanabata Days.

hanabusa meaning and definition

a japanese name hanabusa, meaning "petals of flower"

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