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vi. To glimmer through, as light through a small opening; to begin to open, as eyes of a young animal; to twinkle. Rare. Also mikili.

v. To open a little; to let in a little light, as into the eyes, or to open the eyes a little.

2. To see a little.

Nakili (nă-kī'-li), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To open a little; to let in a little light, as into the eyes, or to open the eyes a little.

2. To see a little. Syn: Mikili.

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