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n. Deep booming sound, as of distant surf. Rare.

1. Redup. of laʻo 1. Laʻolaʻo ka maka i ka lihilihi, to have an eyelash in the eye. Laʻolaʻo kanaka, commoner.

2. n. Lack of satisfaction, even discomfort, resulting from eating unaccustomed or foreign food.

3. n. Kindling; small sticks placed at a break in a bank of a taro patch; trash.

4. vs. Rough, pitted, calloused.

s. A bundle of small sticks tied up for fuel.

2. A bundle of anything tied up for carrying.

3. Little sticks put down to help sustain the kuauna or bank of a kalo patch; ka laolao nahele kuakua loi.

4. The booming or bass sound of a bell.

5. The pain of the eye suffering from a mote. See LAO 3.

6. An uneasy state of the bowels tending towards colic.

Laolao (la'o-la'o), n.

/ la'o-la'o / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A bundle of small sticks tied up for fuel.

2. A bundle of anything tied up for carrying.

3. Little sticks put down to help sustain the kuauna or bank of a taro patch; ka laolao nahele kuakua loi.

4. Discomfort arising from the inflammation of some membranous tissue, as the eye suffering from a mote, or the bowels from a tendency to colic.

Laolao (lā'o-lā'o), n.

/ lā'o-lā'o / Parker Haw to Eng,

A deep booming sound, as that of a surf breaking far away.

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