A Hawaiian honeyeater associated with genus Moho, now considered to be extinct.
an attractive bird (Moho nobilis) of the Hawaiian isles. It yields the brilliant yellowish feathers previously used in making the royal robes. Known as also yellow-tufted honeysucker.
one of several Sandwich Island honeysuckers, Moho or Acrulocercus nobilis, the brilliant yellowish axillary feathers which were used with those of the mamo in making cloaks and leis for chiefs. See Moho, with cut.