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Redup. of naka 2. hoʻo.nakaka Caus/sim.

v. See NAKA. To break; to shatter; to shake; to be full of cracks.

adj. Split; shattered; full of cracks; split open, as parched grain. Ier. 14:4. Cracked and scaling off, as the skin of one after drinking awa; inu i ke awa; mahope, mahuna ka ili, nakaka puehuehu, inoino loa.

Nakaka (nă'-kā'-ka), adj.

/ nă'-kā'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Split; shattered; full of cracks; split open, as parched grain; cracked and scaling off, as the skin of one after drinking awa; inu i ka awa; mahope, mahuna ka ili, nakaka puehuehu, inoino loa.

Nakaka (nă'-kā'-ka), v.

/ nă'-kā'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Naka, to be cracked.] To be full of cracks.

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