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1. nvt. Dot, point, spot, speck of any kind; section of a story; cock or trigger of a gun (see ex., ala 2); punctuation mark; dot in music indicating time added to a note, also to repeat; dotted, speckled, spotted; to dot, mark, peck, hatch; to pick up food, as chickens; to injure fruit, as by a fruit fly; tattooed with dots on the forehead. Ke aʻo ʻana i ke kau ʻana i nā kiko, instruction in the placing of punctuation marks. hoʻo.kiko To hatch. (PCP tito.)

2. n. Taboo mark consisting of two crossed ti leaves held in place by a pebble. (PH 123.)

3. vi. To draw or guess the winning number in chee-fah. a Chinese gambling game. He aha ka hua i kiko mai nei? What word was guessed correctly [in chee-fah]?

4. n. Thin end of a fish pole.

kikino Point, in math. Dic., ext. mng. See entries below. Kiko kekimala. Decimal point. Pepa kiko analike. Isometric dot paper.

kikino, Point, a unit of measurement for type size. No abbreviation.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
  • Examples:
    • He ʻumikūmālua ka nui maʻamau o kēlā kinona hua. Twelve point is the standard size for that font.

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v. To reach after; to stretch out the hand to take a thing.

2. To pluck; to pull off; as fruit from a tree.

3. To pick up, as a fowl does its food.

4. To peek or break the shell, as a chicken in hatching.

5. To mark on a roll opposite one's name for absence.

s. A small spot, dot or point.

2. A spot on the skin.

3. The figure marked on the skin in tatooing.

4. The general name given by Hawaiians to the marks used in punctuation.

5. The dot or mark made as a sign of absence in a school roll.

6. The cock of a pistol.

adj. Striped; spotted; speckled.

Kiko (kī'-ko), adj.

/ kī'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

Striped; spotted; speckled.

Kiko (kī'-ko), n.

/ kī'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A small spot, dot or point.

2. A spot on the skin.

3. The figure marked on the skin in tattooing.

4. Punctuation marks.

5. The dot or mark made as a sign indicating something or some event.

6. The cock of a firearm.

Kiko (kī'-ko), v.

/ kī'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To pluck; to pull off, as fruit from a tree.

2. To pick up, as a fowl does its food.

3. To peck or break the shell, as a chicken in hatching.

4. To mark by a sign, symbol or other token.

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