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Keʻalohilani

/ Ke-ʻalohi-lani / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

n., A star that rises on the night of Mauli in the month of Welo and continues through the month of Māhoe Mua, when it vanishes on the night of Muku. A ring around it is said to portend a coming revolution. Literally, the heavenly brightness.

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