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kūkākūkā

/ kū.kā.kū.kā / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

Reduplication of kūkā; to discuss, negotiate.

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v. See KUKA, to think. To think; to reflect.

2. To hold a consultation. 1 Nal. 12:6. To consult together how to manage a difficult matter. Luk. 19:30.

3. With naau or iho, to consult or think within one’s self; to muse; to think. Luk. 3:15.

4. To devise good or evil. Ezek. 11:2.

Kukakuka (kŭ'-kă-kŭ'-kā'), v.

/ kŭ'-kă-kŭ'-kā' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Kuka, to think.]

1. To ask one's self; to reflect.

2. To hold a consultation. To consult together how to manage a difficult matter.

3. With naau or iho, to consult or think within one's self; to muse; to think.

4. To devise good or evil.

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