1. nvi. Joint action; simultaneous sounds; din of many voices, sounds, as of horns or roosters; to rush or attack in concert; a group, as of hills (olowalu puʻu). Cf. makawalu, -walu. Olowalu aʻela nā moa, the cocks crowed. Ka ʻalo ʻana o ke olowalu ihe (For. 4:269), dodging the onslaught of spears.
2. n. Storehouse, as for chief's property. Rare.