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1. n., Place where fishermen set a basket fish trap, as for hīnālea.

2. n., Exocarpus spp., native shrubs and small trees (sandalwood family), with more or less leafless, jointed branches.

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    • Neal 325.

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s. Name of the place where fishermen set the basket in catching fish; the place was artificially built; alaila kukulu hou i mau heau—ma ka hema o ka mokupuni, me ke kukulu heau no.

Heau (hē'-a'u), n.

/ hē'-a'u / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Name of the place where fishermen set the basket in catching fish; the place was artificially built; alaila kukulu hou i mau heau ma ka hema o ka mokupuni.

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