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Same as lokuloku. ʻO liliʻu ʻo loloku ʻo walania i ke kiʻiʻōnohi (song), smarting, tearful, burning are the eyeballs.

n.

1. Midday. Ke lolokū aku nei, it is noon. Cf. kau ka lā i ka lolo, under lolo 1.

2. Muscle on back of the head, probably the occipito-frontalis muscle; the nervous system. Also molokū.

ʻŌnaehana lolokū. Nervous system.

adv. Spatteringly, as a heavy rain; as rain drops falling into water, causing a sound and a bubbling up; ue, ue loloku mai ana.

Loloku (lŏ'-lō'-ku), adv.

/ lŏ'-lō'-ku / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Spatteringly, as a heavy rain; as rain drops falling into water, causing a sound and a bubbling up.

LOL 381 LON

Loloku (lō'-lŏ-kū'), n.

/ lō'-lŏ-kū' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Word used by ancient Hawaiians to signify midday; when the sun is directly overhead.

E huli iā “loloku” ma Ulukau.

Search for “loloku” on Ulukau.

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