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See lapa, ridge, and lapa, energetic.

hamani To cause to blast off, as a rocket; to launch, as a spaceship. Comb. ho- + ʻōlapa. Cf. ʻōlapa. See helu ʻōlapa. Kahua hoʻōlapa. Launch pad.

Hoolapa (ho'o-lā'-pa), n.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Rising or boiling up.

2. The swelling or rising of a blister.

[See lapa, a ridge between two depressions.]

1. To form a ridge of. See hoolapalapa, to furnish with or make ridges.

2. To cause a rising or boiling; to cause to rise in blisters or bubbles.

3. To excite with heat or passion.

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