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Ao; ʻōpua (banks, billows). See puaʻa 3. Ao is often followed by epithets, as ao akua (godly); ao hoʻopehupehu (billowy); aokū (rain); ao loa (long, high, status; fig., distinguished); ao ʻōnohi (with rainbow colors); ao ʻōpiopio (white); ao panopano (thick); ao ʻeleʻele, lalahiwa, kōkōliʻi (black); ao pōpolohua (purplish-blue). Other names: kaupua, ʻohu, ʻīlio; koʻiʻula; ʻōnohi ʻula (rainbow-tinted); paekiʻi (row); ōpū ao, pōpuakiʻi, ao puaʻa (banks or clusters); ʻālaʻapapa (long formation); pālāmoa, kahaʻea (in a mackerel sky); kiʻikau (variegated); Pulelehua-Uli (Lesser Magellanic); Pulelehua-Kea (Greater Magellanic); pōhai ʻula (red); kaʻapeha (large mass). Cloud interpreter, nānā ao, kilo lani. See sayings, forecast, proud. Cloud pillar, kia ao. Opening in clouds, ʻena. Knowledge is built in cloud billows, kūkulu ka ʻike i ka ʻōpua (clouds were observed for signs).

Ao. Cirrus ~. Ao lālahilewa. Cumulus ~. Ao ʻōpua. Stratus ~. Ao loa.

he ao, he oho paapu.

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