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vi.

1. To gad about as a vagabond, to live without care or responsibility, carefree; to live wantonly with one mate after another.

2. Same as kaulei, too high or short.

v. To be continually changing one's residence; mai noho a pakaulei.

2. To move along step by step; to go by little and little.

3. To sit upright.

adj. Unsteady; going from house to house.

2. Destitute of house and utensils. See KUONOONOOLE.

3. Living in a loose way or without method, as one who leaves his wife to follow one, then another.

Pakaulei (pā'-kā'u-lĕ'i), adj.

/ pā'-kā'u-lĕ'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Unsteady; going from house to house.

2. Destitute of house and utensils.

3. Living in a loose way, as one who leaves his wife to follow one, then another.

Pakaulei (pā'-kā'u-lĕ'i), v.

/ pā'-kā'u-lĕ'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be continually changing one's residence: mai noho a pakaulei.

2. To move along step by step; to go by little and little; to go about without aim or purpose.

3. To sit upright.

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