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vi., To float, wave, rise, as a flag or fire (often used in sense of triumph after ʻōʻili).

  • Examples:
    • ʻŌʻili pulelo ke ahi o Kamaile (chant), the fire of Kamaile rises in triumph.
    • ʻŌʻili pulelo ʻo ka Punahou, Punahou triumphs.
    • Ka mea nani kai Paliuli ʻeā, ke pulelo aʻela i nā pali ʻeā (chant), the beauty at Paliuli, oh, rising fine on the cliffs, oh [of Pele's fires].

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v. To float in the air, as a flag; to wave to and fro in the wind; to hang loosely; i kapa i pulelo mai ka lua.

2. To change, as one’s opinion; e ake e pulelo iki ae na manao o kakou.

adj. Floating; changeable; unstable.

Pulelo (pū'-lĕ'-lo), adj.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Floating, said of anything that floats in the air and is moved rapidly by the wind.

2. Changeable; uncertain; inconstant.

Pulelo (pū'-lĕ'-lo), v.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To float in the air, as a flag; to wave to and fro in the wind; to hang loosely; i kapa i pulelo mai ka lua.

2. To change, as one's opinion: e ake e pulelo iki ae na manao o kakou.

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