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Makaluhi (mă'-kă-lū'-hi), adj.

/ mă'-kă-lū'-hi / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[From makaluhi, to be weary.] An adjective descriptive of the rest or feasting which follows a prolonged season of toil. (The word is used only in connection with ahaaina, as ahaaina makaluhi, a memorial feast commemorative of some great work done or victory won.)

Makaluhi (mă'-kă-lū'-hi), v.

/ mă'-kă-lū'-hi / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be weary from constant labor.

Makaluhi

/ Maka-luhi / WahiLocation, Place Names of Hawaiʻi,

Site of Cooper Ranch, near Hauʻula, Oʻahu. Literally, tired eyes (ʻOlopana's warriors rested here while searching for Kamapuaʻa).

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