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Pule (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). Christian prayers:. pule a ka Haku (Lord's); pule ʻohana (family); pule hoʻomaka (beginning); pule hoʻokuʻu (closing); pule hāmau (silent); pule hoʻolaʻa (dedicatory); pule hoʻomaikaʻi (thanks). Pre-Christian prayers: pule hoʻouluulu ʻai, pule hoʻomau (for crops); pule hoʻoulu ʻāina (increased productivity of land); pule hoʻōla, pule hoʻouluulu (healing); pule pale, pule kala, kalakū (to ward off evil); pule hoʻonoa (to lift taboo); pule ʻanāʻanā, pule kuni, pule ʻumi, pule kamehaʻi, pule hoʻounauna, oneone-i-honua, kīpolo (sorcery); kānaenae (of eulogy). Also: wailana, wauʻaha, waipā, waihā, lelea, leʻaleʻa, kai-o-Kauakahi, kai-a-pō-kea, kai-o-pō-keo, kaukau, kākua, ʻaha, uhauhui, hahauhui, limalima, ʻōkalakala, kāhea ʻai, kāhoaka, kanilāhuluhulu, pale lauʻī, ʻulonokū, hoʻoulu iʻa, hoʻoulu kauō, ʻoki i ka moeʻuhane, kāleʻa, kuili, mōliaola, hui-o-Papa, kāmakamaka, kauō, kuwā, kuoha, ʻulono pule, pule polo, mauhaʻaleʻa, pūpūweuweu. Long conversational prayer, kalokalo. Long repetitious prayer, kuawili. To offer food and prayers, kahukahu, kaumaha ʻai. Words at end of prayers: lele wale, ʻeliʻeli, ʻāmama. Prayer service, kūlana pule (Christian); malu koʻi, malu ʻōhiʻa (other). Presentation of prayers, haipule, pule, haʻina pule, uhauhui. Prayer drum, pahu kanaloa. Prayer gourd, pule ipu.

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