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Lau; lā- (in contractions, as lāʻalo [taro leaf]; lāʻī [ti leaf]; lāʻie [ʻieʻie, ʻie leaf]; lāʻō [sugar-cane leaf]). Also: ʻao, liko, oho, ʻao kahi. See pandanus. Leaf turning red, mākole lau (rare). Leaf fading or withering, lau pala, lau palakāhela, lāʻele. Small-leafed, lau liʻi (qualifier of some plants, as maile, ʻohe). Large-leafed, lau nui. Long-leafed, lau loa. Thin-leafed, lau lahilahi. Divided or incised leaf, lau manamana. Parts of leaves: ʻauwiniwini, kihi, piko, peʻa; poʻo (butt); see midrib, tip. Leaves strung at end of seines, ʻaulau. Having many leaves but little fruit, pālahalaha lau. Young loulu palm leaf, paʻaoloulu. Young fern leaves, pepeʻe. To leaf out, hoʻolau, haʻalau, oho, ʻōmaka; kēlau (rare). Leafless, ananea.

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