1. n., Plain, field, open country, pasture.
- Kō kula kai, shore dweller.
- Kula kālā, source of monetary income.
- Kula loaʻa, source of profit or gain.
- See kula kakalina, kula wai, kula waiwai.
3. n., Basket-like fish trap.
4. nvi., School, academy; to teach school, go to school; to hold school or class sessions.
- Kula ʻia, to be educated in school, sent to school.
- Kumu kula, school teacher.
- Cf. kukula.
5. Also gula. nvs., Gold; golden.
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