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v., See KIKO. To stretch out the hand to take something, or to do something, Puk. 17:11.

2. To stretch or spread out the wings, as a bird about to fly.

3. To extend the hand in making a gesture.

4. Kikoo for kakoo, to grid; to tie on; to strengthen. Hal. 18:32.

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s., An arm or weapon of some kind; a bow. 1. Sam. 2:4. He kaka, he mea e pana'i ka pua; a bow, a thing to shoot arrows.

2. A span; a measure made by the thumb and fore finger. Oihl. 41:5. Aha kikoo i koe o ko ia la maikai ia ia nei, that person is four points less handsome than this.

3. A line across the arc of a circle; the chord of an arc. Anahon. 23.

4. The bent bow was called kikoo in shooting; kikoo kakaka, a bow. Hos. 2:20.

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1. n., An arm or anything bent; a bow: He kaka, he mea e panai ka pua; a bow, a thing to shoot arrows.

2. n., A span; a measure made by the thumb and forefinger: Aha kikoo i koe o ko ia la maikai ia ia nei; that person is four points less handsome than this.

3. n., A line across the arc of a circle; the chord of an arc.

4. n., The bent bow was called kikoo in shooting: kikoo kakaka, a bow.

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1. v., To stretch out the hand to take something, or to do something.

2. v., To extend the hand in making a gesture.

3. v., To stretch or spread out the wings, as a bird about to fly.

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a bow. Land section, Kipahulu, Maui.

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