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kikino Spider. Dic. Also nanana. See entries below and kalanakula.

kikino General name for spiders, but particularly spiders that make webs. Dic. Cf. peʻepeʻe. See tutuatiʻi.

v. See LANALANA, to float. To walk about; to exercise by walking.

s. See LANALANA. A species of spider. See PUNANANA.

2. The rope that fastens the ama and the ako of a canoe together. See LANALANA.

3. A spider’s web.

4. A picture; an image.

Nananana (nă'-nă-nă'-na), n.

/ nă'-nă-nă'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Same as lanalana. A species of spider.

2. The rope that fastens the ama and the iako of a canoe together.

Nananana (nă'-nă-nă'-na), v.

/ nă'-nă-nă'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

Same as lanalana. To be light; to float.

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