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v. To spring up, as grass or weeds after a rain.

s. The leaf of the sugar-cane, especially in its use as formerly in thatching houses. The other names are lauo, lauko and hako.

2. The name of a species of fish.

3. A mote moving in the eye and causing pain; he pula oni ana iloko o ka maka laolao.

1. n., A mote moving in the eye and causing pain; he pula one ana iloko o ka maka laolao.

2. n., A species of wrasse fish (Halichoeres lao). Color, side brick red with a series of green spots; belly pale blue.

Nā LepiliTags: health fauna fish

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Lao (la'o), v.

/ la'o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Same as olao, to weed.

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