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pūʻolo

/ pū.ʻolo / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

nvt., Bundle, bag, container, parcel, packet; bale, as of hay; to tie up in a bundle.

  • Examples:
    • Kaʻu wahi pūʻolo, my small bundle; figuratively, message, topic.
    • Hoʻi pūʻolo, to return home with a bundle, especially a gift (cf. hoʻina).
    • ʻO ka iliau loho i ka lā, pūʻolo hau kakahiaka (For. 4:283), the iliau plant drooping by day, the carrier of morning dew.
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kikino Bag; twelve-pack, as of drinks. Niʻihau. Cf. ʻope. See entries below and pahu, ʻeke, ʻekeʻeke. Pūʻolo koloaka. Twelve-pack of soda. Pūʻolo pia. Twelve-pack of beer.

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