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1. vt., To stretch, as the hide of an animal to be dried; taut.

2. (Cap.) n., A lua fighting stroke.

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v. See LENA. To stretch out for drying, as a hide; to spread out, as a cloth.

Kalena (kā'-lē'-na), v.

/ kā'-lē'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Ka, to radiate or go out from the center, and lena, to tighten.] To stretch out for drying, as a hide; to spread out, as a cloth.

Kalena (kă-lenā):

/ kă-lenā / Haw to Eng, Parker,

stretched or spread out. Name applied to several localities.

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