[ lˌavɐlˈɑːvə], [ lˌavɐlˈɑːvə], [ l_ˌa_v_ɐ_l_ˈɑː_v_ə]
How to use "Lavalava" in context?
Few things in life compare to the feel of a warm, soft lavalava on a sun-drenched Polynesian island. Whether a casually thrown over your shoulder during a lazy morning by the waves, or a carefully chosen mat to sit on during a ceremonial meeting, there is something about a lavalava that feels truly special.
Introduced to the South Pacific by early European traders, the lavalava became an integral part of island life. The Polynesian people used these sturdy, woven mats as both a foot-covering and a seat, helping to spread the warmth of the sun.
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