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Redup. of nipo 1, 2. Nipo ninipo i ke aloha lā, ka wahine haʻalewa, haʻalewa i ke kai (song), yearning, longing for love is the woman swaying, swaying by the sea.

v. See NIPO. To be weak; to be bent over. as one scarce able to walk.

Ninipo (nǐ-nĭ'-po), v.

/ nǐ-nĭ'-po / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Nipo, fatigued.] To be weak; to be bent over, as one scarce able to walk.

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