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vi. To delve, seek, as for knowledge. Noelo i ka pili ʻaoʻao (song), seeking ways and means, of being at [her] side. Nāu i noiʻi noelo aku, pau nā pali paʻa i ka ʻike ʻia (chant for Ka-lā-kaua), you sought and searched for wisdom, all the solid cliffs were seen.

v. To ask for; to beg; the same as noi.

2. To be bold; to be impertinent; to be mischievous.

3. To collect together what is tangible; e ake no lakou e naauao pu, a e noii pu, a e nowelo (noelo) pu.

4. To seek the ground of some accusation; e imi i ke kumu e hewa ai; to search out the merits of a question; to prepare before hand.

Noelo (nŏ-ĕ'-lo), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To search for; to study; to make inquiry, as in seeking information.

2. To collect what is tangible: e ake no lakou e naauao pu, a e noii pu, a e nowelo (noelo) pu.

3. To reason in order to reach right conclusions; to search out the merits of a question; to prepare beforehand by study.

E huli iā “noelo” ma Ulukau.

Search for “noelo” on Ulukau.

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