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vs., Damp, wet with cold, moist with fog, humid; wet, as in a cold sweat.

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ʻaʻano, Damp or moist with fog or dew, wet from cold.

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v., To be wet and cold; to be damp.

2. To keep back; to detain.

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s., Dampness.

2. Distemper among dogs resembling the itch.

3. A seed used in deceiving fish.

4. The block on which kapa is pounded. See kua.

5. A species of tree, used somewhat for canoes and other things.

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kawaū

/ kă'-wă-ū' / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. n., Dampness.

2. n., Moisture that comes of vapor or fog.

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1. n., A metallic or clangorous sound.

2. n., A tree (Xanthoxylum dipetalum), formerly used by the natives for tapa beating boards (kua-kuku-kapa).

Nā LepiliTags: onomatopoeia flora trees tapa

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kawaū

/ kă'-wă-ū' / Parker Haw to Eng,

v., To be wet and cold; to be damp.

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v., To keep back; to detain; to stay; to delay.

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