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1. Garment. Lole, ʻaʻahu. To dress others, komo, komo lole, hōʻaʻahu. Types of dresses: holokū, muʻumuʻu, pukikī, ʻōkolepuʻu. To dress up, as in one's best, kāhiko, linohau, paʻihi, hao ā paʻihi, haukalī. Have you dressed yet? Ua komo mai nei ʻoe i kou ʻaʻahu?

2. To wrap a wound. Wahī

3. As a fowl. Unuunu (pluck); kuaʻi (disembowel).

4. Military command. Left, dress, nānā i ka hema.

he kapa komo.

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