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ʻōhao ʻīlio Pukui-Elbert, Haw to Eng / ʻō.hao ʻī.lio /,

n., Insulting term for kauā, outcasts; they were likened to dogs (ʻīlio) tied (ʻōhao) and waiting to be baked; similarly kauā wore small gourd pendants as insignia that they were to become human sacrifices.

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