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1. vt. To rub, scrub, polish, scour, scratch. See olo #1.

2. vi. To tremble, as the voice; to shake, as with palsy; to vibrate, resonate, as a chanting voice. See hula kuolo. Kai kuolo, sea with an undertow. hoʻo.kuolo Caus/sim. (PCP tuolo).

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v. To make a vibrating motion; to rub; to polish; to scour; to scratch.

2. To shake, as a fluid in a bottle or cask.

3. To tremble, as the voice.

s. A small sort of drum; a timbrel. Hal. 92:3. The hula drum; he ipu hula; he hula paipu.

Kuolo (kū'-ō'-lo), n.

/ kū'-ō'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A small drum; a timbrel. The hula drum; he ipu hula; he hula paipu. Same as kuolokani.

Kuolo (kū'-ō'-lo), v.

/ kū'-ō'-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To make a vibrating motion; to rub; to polish; to scour; to scratch.

Kuolo (kŭ'-ō-lo), v.

/ kŭ'-ō-lo / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To shake, as a fluid in a bottle or cask.

2. To tremble, as the voice.

3. To cause a vibrating sound.

Area near Keaʻau, Puna, Hawaiʻi, where the Puna chief, Huaʻā, was defeated, thus giving control of Puna to ʻUmi (For. Sel. 168). Lit., to rub.

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