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s. Lau and koa, name of a tree. The leaf of the koa tree.

2. The name given to a table knife.

v To be hatched out, as the eggs of any kind of fowls; pehea ka oukou mau hua? Ua laukoa, e lele auanei.

Laukoa (lă'u-kō'-a), n.

/ lă'u-kō'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Lau, leaf, and koa, a tree.]

1. The leaf of the koa tree.

2. A table knife.

Laukoa (lă'u-kō'-a), v.

/ lă'u-kō'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To be hatched out, as the eggs of any kind of fowl; pehea ka oukou man hua? Ua laukoa, e lele auanei.

2. To be furnished with feathers. said of young birds about ready to fly.

E huli iā “laukoa” ma Ulukau.

Search for “laukoa” on Ulukau.

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