1. nvs., Coral, coral head.
- Ke koʻa mokumoku o Heʻeia, the broken coral beds of Heʻeia [an expression used in songs and chants referring to Heʻeia, Oʻahu].
- PPN toka .
2. n., Fishing grounds, usually identified by lining up with marks on shore.
3. n., Shrine, often consisting of circular piles of coral or stone, built along the shore or by ponds or streams, used in ceremonies as to make fish multiply; also built on bird islands, and used in ceremonies to make birds multiply.
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