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v. Ku and ehu, to drive away. To stir up; to make turbid, as water; to shut off, as water running over land.

2. To shake the dust from a mat.

3. To let go; to cast away, as a thing not desired.

4. To hold up; to present, as a signal for something; a kuehu ae la oia i ka lepa o kona aahu. Laieik. 22.

Kuehu (kū'-ē'-hu), v.

/ kū'-ē'-hu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Ku and ehu, to drive away.]

1. To drive away.

2. To stir up; to make turbid, as water.

3. To shut off, as water running over land.

4. To shake off as dust from a mat.

5. To let go; to cast away, as a thing not desired.

Kuehu (kū-ĕ'-hu), v.

/ kū-ĕ'-hu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To brandish or move something one way and the other, as in communicating by signals; to wave: Kuehu ae la oia i ka lepa o kona aahu; he waved the fringe of his robe.—Laieik. p. 22.

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