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shell Pukui-Elbert, Eng to Haw,

1. Marine shell. Pūpū (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), iwi. Also: ʻākōlea (pipipi ʻākōlea, kōlea), ālealea, ʻaoa (maka ʻaoa), apuhihi, ʻāunauna, hailimoa, hau, hīhīwai (hapawai), hūai, kahelelani, kaunaʻoa (kio, unaʻoa), koholua, kuanaka, kuapoʻi, kūpeʻe, makahālili, makaloa (aupūpū, pūpūʻawa), moa (kāmoa), momi (pūpū Niʻihau), nahawele (mahawele), naka ʻōniʻoniʻo, naunau (ānaunau), nene, ʻōlepe and below, pā, pā hau, pipi, pipipi and below, poʻopalaoa, pūhali, pūʻōniʻoniʻo. See barnacle, bivalve, conch shell, cowry shell, helmet shell, land shell, limpet, Nerita, oyster, pearl shell, sea urchin, snail, sundial shell, Trochus shell, turbo shell. Turtle or tortoise shell, una, kua honu. Shell on back of crab or turtle, kuapoʻi. Shell for a lei, pūpū lei. Shell lei, lei pūpū, lei leho, lei pipipi.

2. Any hard case. Iwi. Shell of hiwa coconut, ipu o Kāne. Shell of lelo coconut used ceremonially, ipu o Lono. To shell, poke, pōʻalo, ʻōhiki.

3. Projectile. Pōkā, pōkā pū, pōkā pahū (bomb); pōkā pōpō ahi (incendiary bomb); pōkā pū kuni ahi (cannon ball).

Shell Andrews, Eng to Haw,

he iwi mawaho o ka io.

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