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nvi. Healthy, vigorous; strength and vigor, as of animal or plant; to grow rapidly, thrive. Also ehuehu. Ulu ahuahu, to grow fast, to be big for one's age. Ke ahuahu kō (For. 5:646), a healthy sugar-cane plant.

s. Young sprouts or shoots from layers, as from sugar-cane.

2. A boy or girl that grows up quickly.

adj. Angry; fretful; unwilling, as when one receives orders to work, and from fatigue or indolence he is unwilling, he is then ahuahu.

v. To be sullen; unwilling to do a thing ordered.

adv. Unwillingly; fretfully.

Ahuahu (ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ), adj.

/ ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Angry; fretful; unwilling. When one receives orders to work, and from fatigue or indolence he is unwilling, he is then ahuahu.

2. Healthy; vigorous; strong.

Ahuahu (ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ), adv.

/ ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ / Parker Haw to Eng,

Fretfully; excitedly.

Ahuahu (ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ), n.

/ ā'-hŭ-ă'-hŭ / Parker Haw to Eng,

Health, vigor, force in animal or vegetable life.

Ahuahu (ā'-hŭ-ā'-hŭ), v.

/ ā'-hŭ-ā'-hŭ / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be sullen; unwilling to do a thing ordered.

2. To be turbulent; to act under great excitement.

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