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n., The second highest mountain on Hawaiʻi; a mountain and village on Molokaʻi. Literally, long mountain.

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Mauna Loa (mā'u-nă lo'ă):

/ mā'u-nă lo'ă / Parker Haw to Eng,

long mountain. South Kona. Hawaii.

  • Active volcano, second highest mountain in Hawaiʻi, and probably the largest single mountain mass on earth, rising 13,677 feet above sea level and about 29,000 feet above its base on the ocean floor (Macdonald and Abbott 54); also quadrangle and trails, central Hawaiʻi.
  • Shield-shaped dome containing two separate peaks, one of which, Puʻunānā, is the highest point (1,381 feet) in west Molokaʻi; the area was anciently famous for adze quarries, hōlua sliding, and the trees from which kālaipāhoa sorcery images were made (see Kakaʻako).

Literally, long mountain.

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