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nvt., Chant that was not danced to, especially with prolonged phrases chanted in one breath, often with a trill (ʻiʻi) at the end of each phrase; to chant thus.

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nvs., Joy, happiness, pleasure; happy, joyful, gay.

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v., To sing; to sing with a joyful heart; to be glad; to exult; to rejoice. Puk. 18:9. E oli i ka oli, to sing a song, Lunk. 5:12. Hoo. To cause joy; exultation, &c. Also olioli.

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Also olioli.

s., Joy; exultation; gladness; delight; pleasure.

2. A song. Laieik. 69. A singing. Hal. 96:1. Ka olioli nui o na mea a pau i ka hoihoi ana mai o ke aupuni.

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Oli (ŏ'-li), n.

/ ŏ'-li / Parker Haw to Eng,

Joy; exultation; gladness; delight; pleasure.

Oli (ŏ'-li), v.

/ ŏ'-li / Parker Haw to Eng,

To chant or sing.

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