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vt. To hear, mind, obey, listen; to feel, as the tug of a fishing line; obedient. See idiom, aʻo #1. Lohe pono, to listen carefully, attentive, to hear correctly. Lohe mai i ke aʻo, heed the teachings. Lohe mai ke aʻo, how terrible [in idioms]. Lohe wale, to hear vaguely, as rumors. Pau ka ʻike, pau ka lohe, in a comma, unconscious. hoʻo.lohe Caus/sim.; obedient; to mind, heed; attention (a military command). See mea hoʻolohe. Hoʻolohe ʻole, inattentive, not heeding, unreceptive, unresponsive; to disobey. He kanaka hoʻolohe i kauoha, a person obedient to commands.

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v. To hear, as the ear a voice or sound.

2. To obey; to follow instructions; to regard.

3. Hoo. To give such attention as to understand and practice or obey. Lunk. 2:2.

Lohe (lō'-he), v.

/ lō'-he / Parker Haw to Eng,

To hear, as the ear a voice or sound.

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