2. n., A variety of sugar cane, probably recently introduced, extensively planted by Hawaiians. The stunted mature stalks look dead except for their green leaves. A gray to green-brown frosted-looking cane covered with hairs; pith green-white; both sides of leaves bearing long scattered hairs.
- HP 224, 225.
3. num., The number 400,000; numerous, very many.
- Cf. lehulehu, Gram. 10.3.
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