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Ulu, kupu. Also: ʻoulu, ʻiʻo ulu, māhua, ohi. Slow growth, kupu lohi, mūnō, kupa liʻi, hoʻokokōhi. Forest growth, lau nahele. In poetry, rain and mist may signify growth and greenery (see weep). Young growth stages of some fish are reduplicated bases, as ʻaʻalaʻihi, ʻahaʻaha, ʻāholehole, aʻuaʻu, halahala, hāpuʻupuʻu, ʻōkuhekuhe, pākalakala, pālailai.

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