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KU-A-KO-KO

Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. Pain; distress, as of a woman in child-birth. FIG. Isa. 13:8. He kuakoko nei ka wahine, o ka mea ikaika loa no ia. a hiki mai ke kuakoko hanau.

KU-A-KO-KO

Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To travail; to have the pains of child-birth. Isa. 23:4.

KU-A-KO-KO

Andrews Haw to Eng,

adj. Of or belonging to child-birth. Isa. 21:3.

Kuakoko (kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko), adj.

/ kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

Of or belonging to childbirth.

Kuakoko (kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko), n.

/ kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Pain; distress, as of a woman in childbirth. He kuakoko nei ka wahine, o ka mea ikaika loa no ia, a hiki mai ke kuakoko hanau.

2. The results of uncontrolled emotions.

Kuakoko (kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko), v.

/ kŭ'-ā-kŏ'-ko / Parker Haw to Eng,

To travail; to have the pains of childbirth.

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Search for “kuakoko” on Ulukau.

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