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s. Caves supposed to be in the ocean.

Halelelo (hā'-lĕ-lē'-lo), adj.

/ hā'-lĕ-lē'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Outlying, applied to the tides: Halelelo mai nei ke kai; the tide is out.

halelelo

/ hā'-lĕ-lē'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

n., (Written also halelolelo.) Certain caves in headlands whose entrance is through the sea. Such caves are said to be on the coast of Kanahena, Maui, and on Lānaʻi; and also on the coast of Nailima, Kohala.

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