Mu’a

Glyph of the word 'mu'a'.

mu’a

  • (n.) bamboo

A hava nanai awi oi’i i mu’a.
“My furry friend eats bamboo.”

Notes: Continuing on in the Japanese garden, there’s a pathway that leads up to the bonzai forest lined with bamboo:

Some bamboo.

The example sentence, though, comes from some news I read. Apparently, there’s been a record number of baby pandas born in captivity in China. Advances in artificial habitats and breeding practices (including [and I’m not kidding] panda porn) have helped zookeepers to reach a holding point in the captive panda population. Take that, extinction! :D

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