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1. nvt., Cloth, clothes, costume, dress, gown; to wear clothes.

  • Examples:
    • Komo i ka lole, to put on a dress.
  • References:

2. vt., To unfold, turn inside out, reverse; to strip or peel off, as bark; to skin, flay (Mika 3.3); to scalp; to handle, turn over with the hands.

  • Examples:
    • Hele akula ʻo ʻŌmaʻokāmaʻu … lālau ihola i ka ʻauwae (a Hākau) a lole aʻela i luna (FS 141), ʻŌmaʻokāmaʻu went … grabbed (Hākau's) chin and yanked it up.
  • References:
    • PCP lole.

3. n., Depigmentation, as of palm of hand or soles of feet.

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See entries below and hao kau lole, pepa lole pipi, ʻāpā lole.

v. To turn inside out; e hulihuli; to unfold to view.

2. To change one's mind. Hal. 15:14. To rectify; to arrange; to alter from one thing to another. Eset. 9:1.

3. To beat down one's price.

4. To flay; to skin, as an animal. Oihk. 1:6. Lole i ka ili.

5. To work with one's own hands.

6. To thatch a house smoothly.

7. To be weary, as with traveling; to be lame.

8. To be weak in the knees. Hoo. To flay; to take off the skin. Mik. 3:3.

s. Cloth, particularly foreign cloth; he aa haole.

2. A garment. Lunk. 8:25. Lole komo, a garment; wearing apparel; lole hana, garments for particular work. Puk. 39:1. Lole lauoho, sack cloth. Hoik. 6:12.

3. Straight smooth hair, like the Chinese.

1. Cloth, particularly foreign cloth; he aa haole.

2. A garment: lole komo, a garment; wearing apparel; lole hana, garments for particular work; lole lauoho, cloth, made of horse-hair.

1. To be reversed; to be turned; to be changed inside out.

2. To be unfolded to view.

3. To strip off the surface of; to peel.

4. To work over with the hands, as in sorting, culling, separating, etc.

cloth. Land section, Kaupo, Maui.

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