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ʻolokeʻa

/ ʻolo.keʻa / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

nvs., Cross, gibbet, gallows (Eset. 5.14), scaffolding; ladder made of sticks tied horizontally; crisscross, crossed; bones of a corpse buried with knees tied to breast.

  • Figuratively, contrary, antagonistic.
  • Examples:
    • Ua hana nā kamanā i mau ʻolokeʻa lāʻau ā puni ka hale pele, the carpenters built a wooden scaffolding around the belfry.

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kikino, Outline, as a summary using letters and numbers in headings to indicate topics and subtopics. Note: Only vowels with subscript numbers used as letters in outlining: A, E, I, O, U, A1, E1, I1, O1, U1, A2, E2…. Pronounced: ʻā (maʻaka) kahi, ʻā (maʻaka) lua….

  • Source:
    • Dic., new mng.
  • Examples:
    • ʻOlokeʻa palapala. Document outline, as in a computer program.
  • References:

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Framework, as an essential supporting structure of a building, vehicle, or object; a basic structure underlying a system, concept, or text.

Framework, in computer programming, as in a packaged set of tools and/or code as a foundation to build on.

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