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1. nvi., Hook; to hook, to fasten with a hook; to hook off, as with the lou pole.

  • Examples:
    • 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.

3. n., Pain in the side, stitch.

4. Same as louulu.

5. n., Tache, clasp.

  • References:
    • Puk. 26.6.

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kikino, Hook, as for hanging things.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word
  • Examples:
    • Lou kau lole. Clothes hook.

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kikino, Bond.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
  • Examples:
    • Lou ʻātoma. Bond between atoms or ions as a result of gaining, losing or sharing electrons.
  • References:

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hamani, To save, in volleyball.

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v. To bend, as a hook; to bend around (hence kulou, to stand bent, i. e., bowing down.)

2. To hook; to pull with a hook; to come up with a hook; to come up with a hook, as a fish.

3. To insert; to fit on, as a ring on the finger. Kin. 24:47.

4. Hoo. To hook; to pull with a hook. 2 Oihl. 33:11. I hoolouia i ka makau kekahi poe i holo ilalo, some who had sunk down were hooked up with fish-hooks.

s. A hook. Isa. 37:29. Lou io, a flesh hook. Puk. 27:3. Lou hao, an iron hook; a joining. 1 Oihl. 22:3.

2. A pain in the side; a stitch.

3. A perpendicular descent.

Lou (lō'u), n.

/ lō'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

A hook. Lou io, a flesh hook; lou hao, an iron hook; a joining.

2. A pain in the side; a stitch.

Lou (lo'u), n.

/ lo'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

An overhanging cliff. Same as loupali.

Lou (lō'u), v.

/ lō'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To bend, as a hook; to bend around, hence kulou, to stand bent, that is, bowing down.

2. To hook; to fasten with a hook; to come up with a hook, as a fish.

3. To insert; to fit on, as a ring on the finger.

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