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1. n.

1. Plum. Eng.

2. Plumber; plumbing. Eng.

1. nvi., A sacred and taboo enclosure, especially for royal women placed under taboo; to place under taboo. Literally, lama wood enclosure.

  • Examples:
    • Kapālama (place name), the sacred lama enclosure.
    • Ua pālama ʻia ke keiki, the child is under taboo.
    • Keʻīaʻe nō wau, ʻoi ka ʻoi o ka pālama, mālama ʻia kō kino (song), I do say, the best of the sacred enclosures is to care for your body.
  • References:
    • For. 5:387.

2. n., Palm (tree).

  • Eng.

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s. Eng. A palm, name of a tree; the leaf of the tree. Hoik. 7:9. See PAMA.

v. Pa and lama, a torch. To watch over; to guard; to keep guard, as soldiers; to be guarded or watched over; e malamaia me na koa e kiaiia.

s. A watching; a guarding.

2. A watch; a guard.

Palama (pā'-lā'-ma), n.

/ pā'-lā'-ma / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A watching; a guarding.

2. A watch; a guard.

3. [Eng.] A palm, name of a tree; the leaf of the tree. Also called pama.

Palama (pā'-lā'-ma), v.

/ pā'-lā'-ma / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Pa and lama, a torch.] To watch over; to guard; to keep guard, as soldiers; to be guarded or watched over; e malamaia me na koa e kiaiia.

Beach, buoy, surf site, Kalāheo, Kauaʻi. Calcareous sand beach fronted by a rocky shelf on the east side of Nōmilu Cone. The cinder cone contains a natural salt water lake, Nōmilu Fishpond, one of the most unusual fishponds in Hawaiʻi. The pond has been owned for many years by the Pālama family of Kauaʻi. They maintain the site as a family recreation area. Pālama Beach adjoining the fishpond is named for them. The surf site is at the point. The buoy is a navigational aid off Pālama Beach that marks Lanipūʻao Rock, a small, submerged rock islet. Lit., lama wood enclosure.

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