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1. n., A variety of sweet potato, sometimes qualified by the colors keʻokeʻo or ʻulaʻula.

2. n., A native mint (Stenogyne scrophularioides), more or less shrubby and climbing, leaves ovate, flowers reddish.

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s. Mo and hihi, a vine. Name of a strong vine used for strings.

Mohihi (mō'-hī'-hi), n.

/ mō'-hī'-hi / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Mo and hihi, a vine.]

1. A strong vine used for strings.

2. Trellis or frame covered with vines.

3. Name applied in general to all creeping plants.

Mohihi (mo'-hi'-hi):

/ mo'-hi'-hi / Parker Haw to Eng,

name of a strong vine. Stream, Waimea, Kauai.

Road, river, falls, and divide, Wai-mea Canyon, Kauaʻi, probably named for a variety of sweet potato.

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