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vs. Chafing from friction, soreness from rubbing; to chafe, rub, become sore from rubbing. (PCP maoa.)

v. To be dry; to be hard; to be cracked, as the skin.

2. To be painful, as a sore made by friction of the skin. See MAOHA.

s. A sore caused by the friction of the malo between the legs during a long journey; he mai ma kapakapa, he eha i ka manawa e hele loihi ai; a sore, also, on the legs or feet; maloeloe na wawae, maoa na uha mamae.

1. n., Soreness from friction or strain.

2. n., A sore caused by the friction of the malo between the legs during a long journey; he mai ma kapakapa, he eha i ka manawa e hele loihi ai; a sore, also, on the legs or feet; maloeloe na wawae, maoa na uha.

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1. v., To be dry; to be hard; to be cracked, as the skin.

2. v., To be painful, as a sore made by friction of the skin. Same as maoha.

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