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Redup. of helo; reddish, bright, showy. hoʻo.hehelo Caus/sim. Nā pāpale hulu manu like ʻole o nā aliʻi e hoʻohehelo ana i ka ʻōnohi o ka lā, the hats of the varying bird feathers of the chiefs shining brightly within the eyeball [sight] of the sun.

v. To be like the helo or ohelo, a reddish brown; hence,

2. To be good looking; grand; proud.

Hehelo (hĕ'-hē'-lo), v.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be reddish brown, like the helo or ohelo.

2. To be good looking; to be grand or proud in appearance.

3. To be vain or proud of one's attire.

4. To be showy.

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