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vt., To push over, knock down, overthrow, shove, push to one side; to brush off, as a horse switches flies with its tail; to dash to pieces (Isa. 13.18); to hurl. See ex., kūpahu. (Probably kū l + -laʻi.) Kulaʻi pau, to push completely over, as would a strong wind (see ex., kikiʻi #1). Kulaʻi ʻohā, to break off main parent taro and leave room for young shoots to grow. hoʻo.kulaʻi Caus/sim. Naʻu nō ia e hoʻokulaʻi i ka pahi kaua (Isa. 37.7), I, indeed, am the one to cause [him] to fall by the sword. PPN tulaki.

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kikino/hamani, Tackle, i.e. the act of seizing and throwing down an opposing player with the ball, in football; to tackle (someone).

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