Vocabulary Quiz #1 for ʻAilāʻau Story

Test your recall of the top twelve terms relating to Pele and lava flows in this multiple-choice quiz. The vocabulary comes from the ʻAilāʻau, The Forest Eater story.

1. Which word means “life”?
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2. How do you say “fire”?
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3. Which is the correct word for the craggy, rough, and broken type of lava?
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4. How do you say “stream” as in a stream of water?
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5. Which is the word for "rain"?
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6. What is the word for “lava”?
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7. What words do we use to say “lava flow”?
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8. How do you say “territory” or “land”?
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9. Which word describes the flat, ropey, relatively smooth, and rippled type of lava?
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10. How do you say “steam” as in the steam from a volcanic vent?
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11. How do you say “smoke”, as in the smoke coming from a volcanic crater?
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12. How do you say “fire-pit” or “volcanic crater”?
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