holopapa/ holo.papa /
- Kau holopapa, to place on the rack; one of chiefly blood (even though he did not know his genealogy), so called because he was entitled to place his belongings on a separate rack so that they might not be defiled by the possessions of others (Malo 56).
- Holopapa ka hana, work done successfully.
- He niuhi ʻai holopapa o ka moku, the niuhi shark that devours all the island [a powerful warrior].
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