ʻōlapa / ʻō.lapa /
- ʻŌlapa ka hoe a ka lawaiʻa, he ʻino, the fisherman's paddle flashes, a storm [of haste].
2. n., Several native species and varieties of forest trees (Cheirodendron 🌐), with opposite leaves, each leaf divided palmately into three to five (rarely six or seven) leaflets, and with flowers borne in umbels.
- Neal 652.
- Cf. hū ʻōlapa.
4. n., Name for the āholehole (fish) used as sacrifice for love sorcery (hana aloha), or for sorcery that sends a bad spirit to plague another (hoʻounauna), probably so called because of the desired rapidity of the spirit's actions.
5. Same as ʻōlapalapa #3.
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