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1. vs., Sacred, holy, majestic, dignified; treated with reverence or respect.

2. n., Wood sorrels (Oxalis 🌐, all species), perennial weedy herbs, creeping or not, and bearing cloverlike leaves and yellow, white, red, or pink bell-shaped flowers. The plants have a pleasant sour taste due to oxalic acid.

3. See hue wai ʻihi.

Nā LepiliTags: religion flora

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