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1. n., Endemic shrubs and trees (Wikstroemia 🌐 spp.) with small leaves, tiny yellowish flowers, and yellow to red, small, ovoid one-seeded fruits. The bark yields a fiber; the bark, roots, and leaves (as W. oahuensis) a narcotic used for fish poisoning (Neal 616), and according to Kep., used in ʻanāʻanā sorcery.

2. n., Solanum nelsoni 🌐.

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3. vi., To ferment; very sour, as poi.

4. Pas/imp. of ʻaki #1.

5. Also Asia. nvs., Asia; Asian, Asiatic.

  • Eng.

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iʻoa Asia; Asian, Asiatic. Dic. Also ʻĀsia.

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