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vi. Hoarse, wheezy, weak-voiced. Hanopilo ka leo o ka ʻalae, hoarse is the voice of the mudhen [a person who talks himself hoarse].

adj. Hana and pilo, putried or bad smelling. Hoarse; speaking with a low hoarse voice, as with a cold or sore throat. See these words in their places.

v. To be hoarse; to speak in a deep-toned voice; to speak, as one without a palate. See HANAPILO.

adj. Hoarse; speaking with a deep-toned voice.

Hanopilo (hā'-nŏ-pī'-lo), n.

/ hā'-nŏ-pī'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Hoarse; speaking with a wheezy voice.

Hanopilo (hā'-nŏ-pī'-lo), v.

/ hā'-nŏ-pī'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Hano, a wind, instrument, and pilo, wheezy.]

1. To be hoarse; to speak in a deep-toned voice.

2. To speak as one without a palate. See hanapilo.

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