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kūkaeuli

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

n., Ink squirted by octopus to discolor water. Figuratively, prostitute, as in whalers' days, so called because of their alleged cleverness at escaping from precarious situations. Literally, black excreta.

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s., Kukae and uli, blue. The black or blue liquor in the hee or squid; the soft matter of the squid used for bait.

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kukaeuli

/ kū'-kă'e-ū-li / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. n., The black or blue liquor in the hoe or squid; the soft matter of the squid used for bait.

2. n., Term applied to a prostitute in early days.

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