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v. To bubble up, as when a heavy rain falls into water; haloku ka ia o Kuluhaipo.

2. To disturb the surface of smooth water, as when many small fish come to the surface.

Haloku (hā-lō'-ku), v.

/ hā-lō'-ku / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To bubble up, as when heavy raindrops fall into water.

2. To disturb the surface of smooth water, as when many small fish come to the surface: haloku ka ia o kuluhaipu; the fish of kuluhaipu dimple its surface.

3. To undulate.

Falls, Kamalō qd., north Molokaʻi. Literally, to ripple.

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