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kāmanomano

/ kā.mano.mano / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., Cenchrus agrimonioides, a native grass bearing a spike of spiny flowers, related to mauʻu kukū. The leaves used in love magic are called hoʻomano.

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s. A bitter gourd with a bitter shell outside.

Kamanomano (kā'-mā'-nō-mā'-no), n.

/ kā'-mā'-nō-mā'-no / Parker Haw to Eng,

A shrub one to two feet high (Cenchrus calyculatus) which grows chiefly on old lava fields. The leaves and stem of the plant were used for medicine.

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