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kapoʻo Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

Same as napoʻo. Kani kapuʻo, loud echoing sound, as of a heavy object falling into water, or of waves booming.

KA-POO Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To enter into, as a spirit; kapoo ka uhane o ke Akua iloko.

2. To sink, as in water; kapoo i ke kai.

3. To set, as the sun; i ke kapoo ana o ka la, hele au; kamailio iho la makou a kapoo ka la.

4. To sink into, as the foot in soft mud. See NAPOO.

KA-POO Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. Sunken in; the armpit; the same applied to a fowl.

Kapoo (kă'-po'o), n. / kă'-po'o / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Place where anything disappears.

2. A cavity; a depression; the armpit. Hollow place at the juncture of the wing of a fowl with the body.

Kapoo (kă'-po'o), v. / kă'-po'o / Parker Haw to Eng,

To enter into, in the sense of disappearing; to sink into and out of sight: ua kapoo ka la, the sun has gone down; ua kapoo ka iole iloko o ka lua, the rat has disappeared in the hole.

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