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n., Night of the full moon. When this moon set before daylight it was called Hoku Palemo, Hoku that slips away. When it set after daylight it was called Hoku Ili, grounded Hoku.

  • Examples:
    • Ka mahina o Hoku, the full moon of the night Hoku.
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s., The name of the fifteenth day of the month.

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n., The fifteenth day of the month, the fourteenth night, after hilo or the new moon; called, when the moon sets before daylight, hoku palemo, sinking star, otherwise hoku ili, stranded star.

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    • D. Malo, chapter 12, section 16.

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