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s. Maha and moe, to rest quietly. To appear fat, oily or shining.

2. To be plump or round, as a fruit; to be fat, as an animal. See KOLIKOLIKO.

s. A species of fish.

adj. Clear; plain; blue or black.

Mahamoe (mā'-hă-mō'-e), adj.

/ mā'-hă-mō'-e / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Clear; plain; blue or black.

Mahamoe (mă'-hă-mō'-e), n.

/ mă'-hă-mō'-e / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A small clam-like shell fish living in the sand along the sea coasts.

Mahamoe (mă'-hā-mō'-e), v.

/ mă'-hā-mō'-e / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Maha and moe, to rest quietly.]

1. To appear fat, oily or shining; to appear neat. beautiful, etc.

2. To be plump or round, as a fruit; to be fat, as an animal. Syn: Kolikoliko.

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