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vs., Snarling; to strut or provoke, as one looking for a fight, as a threatening boaster, or stiff-legged dogs ready to pounce on each other; sexually excited, of males; to stretch, as muscles.

  • Examples:
    • Ihu nanā, snarling nose; figuratively, quarrelsome, aggressive.

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n., A snarling, growling disposition; a finding fault with one.

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