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1. Reduplication of pulu #1, pulu #2; tinder, to form kindling or ignitable material, as while rubbing sticks for fire.

  • Examples:
    • Pipī ka wahie, hoʻonui i ka pulupulu, if wood burns slowly, add more tinder.
  • References:
    • FS 229.
    • PCP pulupulu.

2. n., Cotton, as for quilt padding; fine linen (2 Oihn. 2.14).

3. Same as pulupulu haole.

4. n., Coition.

  • Rare

5. To keep warm, as a bird on its nest.

  • References:
    • And.

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kikino Cotton. Dic. Lāʻau pulupulu. Cotton swab, Q-tip. Pulupulu uea. Steel wool, wire gauze.

v. To warm; to cherish; to brood over, as a hen her chickens; e hoopunana me he makuahine moa la i kana mau keiki.

s. Cotton; he mala pulupulu, a cotton field. See HULUHULU.

2. Tinder. Isa. 43:17.

3. Fine linen. 2 Oihl. 2:14.

adj. Wet, &c. See PULU, adj.

Pulupulu (pē'-lŭ-pū'-lu'), adj.

/ pē'-lŭ-pū'-lu' / Parker Haw to Eng,

Wet. soft.

Pulupulu (pū'-lŭ-pū'-lu n.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Cotton: he mala pulupulu, a field of cotton. See huluhulu.

2. Tinder.

3. Fine linen.

Pulupulu (pū'-lŭ-pū'-lu), v.

/ pū'-lŭ-pū'-lu / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be warmed.

2. To be brooded over; to be cherished, as the offspring of a bird are covered by the mother-bird.

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