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1. See laila.

2. nvs. Lyre, harp (Kin. 4.21); lyric. Lira kamaliʻi, children's lyrics [a book of songs]. (Latin or Gr. lyra.)

vs., Spindly, undeveloped, as of plants; thin, as a line of words across a page.

  • Examples:
    • He maiʻa līlā, ʻaʻohe ʻiʻo, a thin banana without substance [either fruit or plant].
  • References:

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adj. Blasted, thin or shriveled up, as a banana; he maia lila, aohe io; he lila wale no mai ka eka luna a hiki i ka pola.

To be withered; to be shriveled or blasted, said of some kinds of fruit, as a banana: he maia lila, aohe io, a withered banana.

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