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1. n., Once uncultivated land, as for bananas, sweet potato, taro; fallow land.

2. n., A variety of taro.

3. n., A variety of kava, usually called mākea.

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Mahi ʻai mahakea. Shifting cultivation, in geography.

s. An uncultivated piece of land overgrown with weeds and grass; a jungle; a wild place.

adj. Wild; overgrown with weeds, grass and bushes; nahelehele, weuweu.

Mahakea (mā'-hā-kē'-a), adj.

/ mā'-hā-kē'-a / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Wild; overgrown with weeds, grass and bushes; nahelehele, weuweu.

2. Cultivable, said of land naturally fertilized.

Mahakea (mā'-hă-kē'-a), n.

/ mā'-hă-kē'-a / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. An uncultivated piece of land overgrown with weeds and grass; a jungle; a wild place.

2. Land which has been cultivated but given up to mahakea or a period of rest.

Beach, estate, Lāʻie, Oʻahu. North section of Kokololio Beach between Kokololio Stream and Pali Kiloiʻa, the limestone point at the north end of the beach. Mahakea is the name of a beach estate that is used as a retreat by Hawaiian Electric Company executives. The house and land were purchased in 1952. The beach took its name from the estate. Lit., fallow fields.

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