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1. nvi., To rub back and forth, grate, saw; a saw (also pahi olo).

2. vi., To resound, sound long.

  • Examples:
    • Olo ke kani o ka pila, the instruments sounded together.
    • Ua olo pawa ke kani nei ka moa, the dawn sounds are here, the cocks crow.
  • References:

3. n., Long surfboard, as of wiliwili wood.

  • References:
    • Laie 449.

4. n., Hill (rare now except in place names, as Olo-kuʻi, tall hill; Olo-mana, divided hill; Olo-walu, many hills).

5. n., Shelf.

6. n., Large foreign glass beads, said to be so called from a Hawaiian name given to the British ship, Queen Charlotte Mary, which came in 1786 under the command of Captain Dixon; this ship is said to have introduced the beads.

  • Rare

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1. n., Long gourd container used as a receptacle, as for kava or water; long body of a gourd used as a hula drum (cf. heke, ipu).

2. nvi., Double chin, sagging skin, jowls, calf of leg; scrotum; wattles of a turkey; fat part under the jaws of an eel; pendant; pendulous; to roll with fat; to sag, hang down.

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kikino Bob, as of a pendulum. Dic., ext. mng.

v. To rub, as on a grater; to rub, as kalo or eocoanut on a rough stone to grate it fine.

2. To rub up and down, as the motion of a saw, particularly of a whip-saw.

3. To roll with fat, as the flanks and hips of a very fat animal; hence,

4. To saw. 1 Nal 7:9.

v. To be loud, as a sound; to make a loud sound, as of many voices.

2. To sound, as a voice of wailing; to make a doleful noise. Ier. 7:29. E olo no wau i ka pihe; e olo pihe ana, moaning; bemoaning one's self. Ier. 31:18.

s. See OLO, to rub up and down. A saw, from its motion; also pahi olo, a saw.

2. A double or fleshy skin; the moving flesh of a fat animal.

3. The swing-gobble of a turkey.

4. A very thick surf-board made of the wiliwili tree. Laieik. 90.

s. A loud wailing; a lamentation; makena. See PIHE.

[Olo, to rub up and down.]

1. A saw, from its motion: pahi olo, a saw.

2. A double or fleshy skin; the moving flesh of a fat animal.

3. The wattle of a turkey.

4. A very thick surf-board made of the wiliwili tree. Laieik. p. 90.

5. A loud wailing; a lamentation; makena. Syn: Pihe.

1. To rub, as on a grater; to rub, as taro or coconut on a rough stone to grate it fine.

2. To rub up and down, as the motion of a saw, particularly of a whip-saw.

3. To roll with fat, as the flanks and hips of a very fat animal.

4. To saw.

5. To be loud, as a sound; to make a loud sound, as of many voices.

6. To sound loudly with reverberating tone, as a voice of wailing; to make a doleful noise: e olo no wau i ka pihe ana, moaning; bemoaning one's self.

'Hill'.

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