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1. vi. To clatter, as dishes; to roar, as a sudden downpour; to snap or crackle; such a roaring, clatter, crackling. Ke kawewe mai nei ka ua, the rain suddenly pours down.

2. Same as kauwawe.

v. To cover kalo with mats in the oven when about to bake.

2. To clatter, as in the movement of plates or slates; to make a rustling noise. Ezek. 37:7.

2. To be dry; to be unfruitful, as potatoes without water.

Kawewe (kă'-wĕ'-wĕ), v.

/ kă'-wĕ'-wĕ / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be brittle, to be easily broken and snapping with a crackling noise.

2. To clatter, as dishes.

3. To make a rustling noise.

4. To be dry; to be unfruitful, as potatoes without water.

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