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nvi. Conversational prayer (informal appeal and not a memorized prayer or chant); to pray thus.

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    • PPN talotalo.

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v. To pray to the gods; to supplicate favors.

2. (In a modern christian sense) to call upon God; to ask for assistance; aka, e kalokalo aku kakou i ke Akua, a nana e lileuli lelewae, but let us call upon God, and he will blot out and wash away (our sins); e hoi a kalokalo aku i ka mea nani hiwahiwa o ka lanikolu.

Kalokalo (kă'-lo-kă'-lo), v.

/ kă'-lo-kă'-lo / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To pray to the gods; to supplicate favors.

2. To call upon God; to ask for assistance: aka e kalokalo aku kakou i ke Akua, a nana e lileiuli lelewae, but let us call upon God, and he will blot out and wash away (our sins); he hoi a kalokalo aku i ka mea nani hiwahiwa o ka lanikolu.

3. To be seech; to implore; to entreat in a very humble manner.

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