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nvs. Nausea, dizziness, seasickness; hangover; seasick, qualmish, dizzy. (Cf. -ea.) ʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau … poluea ihola i lalo o Hale-ʻauʻau (PH 100), Kaʻala, hill mountainous and dew-covered, dizzy [to gaze) below at Hale-ʻauʻau.

s. The sickness felt after intoxication; loss of appetite, &c.

2. Fullness after eating; a pau iho la kakou i ka luai no ka nui loa o ka poluea, a poniuniu mai la na maka.

v. To be heavy; to be dull and stupid, as one coming out of a debauch.

Poluea (pō'-lŭ-ē'-a), n.

/ pō'-lŭ-ē'-a / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. The sickness felt after intoxication; loss of appetite, etc,

2. Fullness after eating: a pau iho la kakou i ka luai no ka nui loa o ka poluea, a poniuniu mai la na maka; nausea.

Poluea (pō'-lŭ-ē'-a), v.

/ pō'-lŭ-ē'-a / Parker Haw to Eng,

To be heavy; to be dull and stupid, as one coming out of a debauch.

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