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KA-LE-WA Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. See LEWA. To float; to be floating, as any substance in the air.

2. To sail here and there on the water; to lie off and on, as a vessel.

3. To carry a weight suspended on a pole between two persons.

4. To be unsettled; to move often from place to place.

KA-LE-WA Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. A swing; a pendulous machine for moving back and forward, like kowali.

2. A place near or in the luakini where the king and a few people were separated from the multitude.

KA-LE-WA Andrews Haw to Eng,

adj. Hanging; swinging, as a weight on a pole; flying, as clouds; lying off and on, as a ship.

Kalewa (kā'-lē'-wă), adj. / kā'-lē'-wă / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Hanging: swinging, as a weight on a pole.

2. Flying as clouds.

3. lying off and on, as a ship.

Kalewa (kā'-lē'-wă), n. / kā'-lē'-wă / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A swing/?/ a contrivance for moving back and forward, like kowali.

2. A place near or in the makini /?/ where the king and a few people were separated from the /?/

Kalewa (kā'-lē'-wă), v. / kā'-lē'-wă / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To float to be floating, as any substance in the air. Syn: Lewa.

2. To sail here and there on the water: to lie off and on, as a vessel.

3. To carry a weight suspended on a pole between two persons.

4. To be unsettled: to move often from place to place, Syn: Lewa.

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