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n. Attendant of the chief's household, intimate of a chief. Lit., eating [in the] presence.

s. Ai, to eat, and alo, in front. To eat before.

1. The people about the chief; his attendants, in distinction from the poe makaainana; kanaka aialo no ke alii.

2. A prince or princess; those about a king. Sol. 31:4. Pau loa na makaainana a me na aialo i ka pii iuka, all the common people and those about the chief went up the mountain.

3. A small division of land less than an ahupuaa; na kanaka o na aina, a me na ahupuaa, a me na aialo.

4. One who is a hanger on and lives lazily with a chief and eats his food.

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[Ai, to eat, and alo, in front. To eat before.]

1. n., The people about the chief; his attendants, as distinguished from the poe makaainana; kanaka aialo no ke alii.

2. n., A prince or princess; those about a king: Pau loa na makaainana a me na aialo i ka pii iuka, all the common people and those about the chief went up the mountain.

3. n., A hanger-on who lives lazily with a chief and eats his food.

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