ʻahakea/ ʻaha.kea /
1. n., Native trees (species of Bobea 🌐) with small to medium-sized, oblong leaves; small greenish or white flowers; and small, purple-to-black juicy fruits. The wood is yellow and formerly was used for poi boards and canoe rims.
- I ke aha hoʻi? I ka ʻahakea. Why then? The ʻahakea [a saucy, retort containing a pun on the word aha, what].
2. n., Same as haokea, a taro.
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