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1. n., Wrasse fishes, Hawaiian hogfish (Bodianus bilunulatus 🌐), considered ʻaumākua by some.

  • References:
    • PPN kamakawa.

2. Same as ʻaʻawa hua kukui.

3. Name given for an insect that destroys potatoes.

  • References:
    • And.

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1. s., See awa. Name of a species of fish, reddish and striped; he ia kokoke like ke ano me ko ka ea.

2. Also the name of a tree.

3. Name of an insect that destroys sweet potatoes; ua make ka mala uala i ka hoopalu, i ke pai. i ka peelua a me ka aawa.

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1. n., The young of the ea, a fish somewhat similar to the hilu and the poou.

2. n., An insect that destroys vegetation: ua make ka mala uala i ka hoopulu, i ke pai, i ka peelua a me ka aawa.

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Ancient surfing area near Waiehu, West Maui.

  • Literally, wrasse fishes.
  • References:
    • Finney and Houston 28.

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Fishing site, Mākena, Maui. At Nahuna Point, the north point of Mākena Bay.

  • Literally, wrasse fish.

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