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kūkaeakua

/ kū.kae.akua / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

n., A brownish substance, sometimes noticed under trees in the shape of paste squeezed from a tube; if the substance contains red, it is believed to be the excreta of the ghost of a dying person, and a sign that someone is dying. Literally, ghost excrement.

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