1. nvi., Hook; to hook, to fasten with a hook; to hook off, as with the lou pole.
- Lou me ke alapiʻi, hook and ladder.
- Lou ka iʻa, the fish is hooked.
- Lou ka manaʻo, thoughts are hooked, as of two persons thinking of each other.
2. nvi., Very long fruit-plucking pole, with short sticks lashed obliquely near the end for plucking, as for breadfruit; to pluck.
- PPN lohu .
3. n., Pain in the side, stitch.
4. Same as louulu.
- Puk. 26.6.
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