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hōʻōla

kikinonoun / hō.ʻōla / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

Small piece of tapa; tapa in general (Kauaʻi).

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hoʻolā

/ hoʻo.lā / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. Parsimonious, miserly.

  • References:
    • And.

2. Gray tapa, tapa in general.

  • Source:
    • Kauaʻi.
  • References:
    • AP

Nā LepiliTags: tapa Kauaʻi

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hoʻolā

/ hoʻo.lā / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

See , sun.

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1. To save, heal, cure, spare; salvation; healer; savior.

  • References:
    • See ola, life.

2. n., Small piece of tapa; tapa in general (Kauaʻi).

Nā LepiliTags: health tapa Kauaʻi

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v. To withhold openly; to be parsimonious.

s. A kapa or Hawaiian cloth; applied mostly to single kapas; but on Kauai, used instead of the word kapa generally.

2. A remnant; a piece.

v. For hooola. See OLA, to recover from sickness. To have ease after pain; to recover from sickness.

2. To save from danger; to cure a disease.

3. To deliver or free from death.

s. Used for hooola. Safety after danger; deliverance from peril; salvation as of a people. Puk. 14:13.

Used for hooola.

1. Safety after danger; deliverance from peril; salvation of a people.

2. One who saves or delivers.

1. A tapa or Hawaiian cloth of gray color; applied mostly to single pieces; but on Kauai, used instead of the word kapa generally.

2. Remnants of tapa.

Hoola (hō'-ō'-la), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

[For hooola, hoo and ola, recovery.]

1. To have ease after pain; to recover from sickness.

2. To cure a disease.

3. To save from danger; to deliver or free from death.

1. To withhold openly; to be parsimonious.

2. To be miserly; to secrete or hide one's goods.

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