- Kau ka lā i ka lolo, the sun rests on the brains [it is noon; usually now without other connotation, but formerly believed a time with great mana as a man's aka (shadow, image) was no longer visible and was thought to have entered his sacred head—Nānā 123–4].
- Lolo ʻeleu, active mind or intelligence.
2. nvs., Religious ceremony at which the brain of the sacrificed animal was eaten (such ceremonies occurred at a canoe launching, start of journey, completion of instruction); to have completed the lolo ceremony, hence expert, skilled.
- He lolo ʻau moana, seafaring expert.
- Aʻo ihola ʻo Halemano i ka hula … pau ke aʻo ʻana, lolo ihola i ka puaʻa (FS 275), Halemano learned the hula … after learning, a pig was offered ceremonially.
3. n., Pithy, white sponge in a sprouting coconut.
4. n., Long slender pole placed above the second ridgepole of a house, functioning as a batten for the attachment of additional layers of thatch.
5. n., First brew made from ti root.
6. Short for hīnālea ʻakilolo, a fish.
- PCP lolo.
7. Same as holowaʻa, sheath covering coconut flowers.
8. interj., Serves you right! I told you so!
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