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ālālā

/ ā.lālā / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., Sweet potatoes that bear front branch (lālā) vines.

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s., Name of a bird; a species of raven on Hawaii; so named from its cry, resembling that of a child. Laieik. 29.

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v., To cry, as the young of animals. Mik. 1:8.

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s., The cry of young animals; a crying; weeping; a bleating, crying, &c, of flocks. 1 Sam. 15:14. The squealing of hogs. .Laieik. 17.

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s., A specie of potato with fruit on the leaves. See alaala.

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n., Name of the Hawaiian crow; the raven (Corvus tropicus) of Hawaii: so named from its cry, resembling that of a child.

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n., The cry of young animals; a crying; weeping; a bleating of flocks; the squealing of hogs.

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n., The tuber of a potato vine which is found outside of the hill, or at the end of a root.

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v., To bleat; to cry, as the young of animals.

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Alala

/ ā'-lă-lā' / Parker WahiLocation,

crying. Elevation, North Hilo, Hawaii.

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High point between Kailua beach and Lanikai, Oʻahu. A tall stone at the point is used by fishermen as a landmark to locate a fishing station at sea.

  • Literally, awakening.

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Fishing shrine, point, Kailua, Oʻahu. Point at the south end of Kailua Beach that separates Kailua and Lanikai. The point takes its name from the fishing shrine, a natural stone formation on the ridge above. Wailea, a companion fishing shrine, is located at the south end of Lanikai.

  • Literally, awakening.

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