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s. Koe and honua, adverb. A remainder; a remnant; as when a piece of work is almost done, the unfinished part is the koehonua.

2. A mele composed on the name of a chief; he mele lahi.

Koehonua (kō-ĕ-hō'-nū'-a), n.

/ kō-ĕ-hō'-nū'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. A great remainder; big balance.

2. A remnant of work.

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