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1. n., A variety of taro, said to be the original taro brought to Hawaiʻi.

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2. n., A variety of sugar cane.

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    • HP 222, 225.

3. n., Long wave or surf, as extending from one end of the beach to the other. Also kākala.

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s., Lau and loa. LIT. Long leaf. Name of a species of kalo.

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n., [Lau, leaf, and loa, long.] A variety of taro, also called lauloa-kane and lauloa-wahine, distinguished by the shape and color of the leaves.

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