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pula.pula Pukui-Elbert, Haw to Eng,

1. n. Seedlings, sprouts, cuttings, as of sugar cane. hoʻo.pula.pula

a. To start seedlings or cuttings; to multiply, procreate.

b. To rehabilitate; rehabilitation. Hoʻopulapula lāhui, rehabilitation of the nation. ʻĀina hoʻopulapula, homesteading lands, especially for rehabilitation of Hawaiians. Nā hana hoʻopulapula ma Iāpana, rehabilitation acts in Japan. (PPN (pulapula.)

2. n. Descendant, offspring. Huli mai, nānā i ka pulapula (prayer to family ʻaumākua), turn, behold your offspring.

3. nvi. Annoyance, an offense to the eyes; to offend (used with maka) Cf. pulakaumaka. He mea ia e pulapula ai ka maka o ka ʻaoʻao kiʻekiʻe o nā aliʻi (Kep. 133), this is a thing that offends the eyes of high-ranking chiefs.

pulapula Māmaka Kaiao, Haw to Eng,

kikino Cutting, as of a plant. Dic.

PU-LA-PU-LA Andrews, Haw to Eng,

s. A devotee; one who follows another about.

2. Anger; revenge; opposition.

3. The tops of sugar-cane cut for planting.

Pulapula (pū'-lā-pū-la), n. Parker, Haw to Eng / pū'-lā-pū-la /,

1. Progeny; offspring.

2. Seedlings used for propagating their kind; sprouts used for seed, as the tops of sugarcane.

3. A devotee; one who follows another about.

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