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1. n., Wall and gable plates in house.

2. vs., Exhausted, worn-out, dilapidated.

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s. The plate of a house frame on which the rafters are fastened; kauia ka lohelau ma k[illegible] waha o ka pou.

adj. Old; worn out; rotten, as timber, houses, &c.

2. Exhausted; spent, as a man by fasting or hunger or fatigue.

adj. Excellent; good; fitting.

Lohelau (lō'-hĕ-lā'u), adj.

/ lō'-hĕ-lā'u / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Excellent; good; fitting.

2. Old; worn out; rotten, as timber, houses, etc.

3. Exhausted; spent, as a man by fasting or hunger or fatigue.

Lohelau (lō'-hĕ-lā'u), n.

/ lō'-hĕ-lā'u / Haw to Eng, Parker,

The plate of a house frame on which the rafters are fastened; kauia ka lohelau ma ka waha o ka pou.

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