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nvs., Dimple, depression, dent; crown of the head; dimpled, creased, wrinkled, withered, blighted, dented; shriveling, as fruit or grass.

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v. To be loose, i.e., weak; to be unstrung, as a feeble person.

2. Hoo. To be sad; to be sorrowful, as one desponding. See OMINO. NOTE.— Mino and mimino is an expression made use of to children, as much as to say, "cover up your nakedness."

s. The turning or curling up, as a dried leaf or wrinkled paper; the curl of the hair, i.e., the crown on top of the head; he mimilo maluna o ke poo. See MILO and MIMILO.

adj. Deep down, as a deep pit.

Mino (mī'-no), adj.

/ mī'-no / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Deep down, as a deep pit.

2. A little deep; approaching depth.

Mino (mī'-no), n.

/ mī'-no / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. The turning or curling up, as a dried leaf or wrinkled paper.

2. The crown of the head.

3. A dimple. See milo and mimilo.

Mino (mī'-no), v.

/ mī'-no / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be loose, that is, weak; to be unstrung, as a feeble person.

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