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Kaikoʻeke, koʻeke (of a male); kāne (of a female; this term might be qualified by makua as indicative of the elder brother or elder male cousin in the senior line of a woman's husband, or by the term ʻōpio as indicative of a similar relative in the junior line). Koʻeke is used as a term of address.

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