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v. To talk too much of one's family affairs or ancestors, to tell the cherished stories, and chants of one's ancestors (a taunt to those who reveal too much of the Hawaiian past). Cf. kaulaʻi lā. Lit., to dry out the bones, meaning to expose the bones of the ancestors, a crime.

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