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Lele, lele koali, lewa, kālewa. Also: ʻōlewa, māewa, maʻalewa; pūlewa (as a ship at anchor); kouli, kuʻuwelu, ʻaiʻaiele, hoʻoleilei, huleilua; ʻukē (pendulously); — the arms, kā, kāia; — and hit, kuʻikaʻa; — back and forth, kaiue, boʻohilala, kuekuene, hāʻukēʻukē. Rare: pūkaʻikaʻi, mākoiele. Swing a rope (as for jumping), kā i ke kaula. To ride in a swing, lele koali, lelepinao. Kind of swinging game, lele pīnaʻi.

Free ~, as a single rope hanging from a tree branch. Lele koali. Fixed ~, as with two or more ropes or chains. Paiō. To ~, as a pendulum. ʻUkē. See pendulum.

e lewa ae i o ia nei, e lele kowali.

he lele kowali.

E huli iā “swing” ma Ulukau.

Search for “swing” on Ulukau.

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