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1. Stone. Pōhaku, ʻā, ʻalā, hālelo. Kinds: ʻaʻā, ʻaʻā puʻupuʻu, ʻā pele, pāhoehoe, kaialiʻi, humuʻula, makiki, kei, lelekepue, paʻalā, pikapika, pīwai, uliuli. See basalt, stone.

2. Motion. Kulana, hoʻoluli, naue, hoʻonaue, kāhulihuli, paipai, pueo, pūeoeo.

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  • Black, porous, light rock used to scrape the interior of gourds. Kūnānahu. See calcarious rock, igneous rock.
  • Parent rock, i.e. rocks in upper surface of the earth which break down to form rocks, sand, dirt, etc. Pōhaku makua.

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La Pérouse rock. Kuamanō.

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he pohaku nui.

e hooluliluli.

Point, Pōhakuloa, Molokaʻi. Rocky headland between Honouli Wai and Honouli Maloʻo Bays. At the tip of the point, a large rock formation stands alone on the seaward side of Kamehameha V Highway. This is the "rock" of Rock Point.

E huli iā “rock” ma Ulukau.

Search for “rock” on Ulukau.

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