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v. See KOKO, blood. To spill, as a liquid; to flow, as blood.

Hookoko (ho'o-kō'-ko), v.

/ ho'o-kō'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Hoo and koko, blood.]

1. To blush; to have a suffusion of the face with red from suppressed emotion, as strong passion, anger, etc.

2. To be full of anger; to be red with anger.

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