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kōʻeleʻele

/ kō.ʻele.ʻele / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. n., Small, edible red seaweeds (Gymogongrus spp.), with rather thick, flattened stems and branches.

2. Reduplication of koʻele.

  • Examples:
    • Kōʻeleʻele ka haka ipu (For. 6:490), the calabash shelf is rattling.
    • Pohā kōʻeleʻele o ʻIkuwā, the month of ʻIkuwā breaks forth in storm.
    • Hākā kōʻeleʻele uʻi ʻo Loʻeau (For. 6:383), the stalwart youth Loʻeau fights in a stormy valiant way.

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