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Maha, nanea, walea, ʻoluea, puʻuhoʻomaha. See saying, taro. To ease pain, hoʻomāmā, hoʻonā, hoʻomālie; paʻapaʻanā (rare). To ease your grief, hoʻomāmā i kou kaumaha. To do with ease, as of long custom, hana walea. At ease, ʻolu, hālūlā, lōliʻi, mōhalu, mōhaluhalu; hōʻoluʻolu (military command).

maha, oluolu.

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