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1. n., Ledge, step, jog, as on a cliff.

  • Examples:
    • He kanaka no kaulu hānai (saying), a man from the high cliff ledge [a prominent man].
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2. (Cap.) Southern Cross.

3. All species of an endemic genus (Pteralyxia 🌐), small trees related to maile, found only on Oʻahu and Kauaʻi, resembling hōeli (Ochrosia 🌐) with its shiny, oblong leaves. Fruits are paired, red, ovoid, and each contains one large winged seed.

  • References:
    • Neal 684.

4. Same as ʻālaʻa (Planchonella 🌐), a tree.

5. Same as āulu 5, and lonomea, Sapindus oahuensis 🌐, a tree.

6. Neighborhood, locality, place.

7. Variant of kaunu.

Nā LepiliTags: epithets astronomy flora trees Oʻahu Kauaʻi

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n. Names of several stars begin thus; see below.

the breadfruit (Artocarpus incisa). Land section, Oʻahu.

Nā LepiliTags: ʻulu Oʻahu

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Land section, Honomū qd., northeast Hawaiʻi; pali, Honu-ʻapo qd., south Hawaiʻi; ancient surfing area, Ke-au-hou, Kai-lua qd., North Kona, Hawaiʻi. (Finney and Houston 26.) Lit., ledge.

Land section near Hōʻaeʻae, Oʻahu, named for chief Ka-ʻulu-hua-i-ka-hāpapa (the breadfruit bearing fruit on the flats) from Puna, Hawaiʻi.

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