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ʻŌlelo, kamaʻilio, keaka; walaʻau (colloquial). Also: pālau, pāpāʻōlelo, waha (for idioms, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), walawalaʻau, wale wai, hūhā, ʻaʻama, kole. Loud talk, wawā, wā, hauwawā; pāleo, pāleoleowā (reviling); ʻowā, kuwā. Talk foolishly, idly, ʻohi; ʻohi hāpuku, ʻolēʻolē, lehelehe kiʻi, kakahili. Talk much, ā, hōʻā, hoʻonui ʻōlelo, koʻu, ʻūhiki, hoʻopulelehua, kūhaʻu, ʻohiʻohi, hoʻonuinui, kualehelehe, kakani, waha kale, pīpīnoke, wale wai. See garrulous and sayings, ʻalalā 2, lehelehe kiʻi, niu 1, pihaʻā 1. Talk in a boastful way, haʻanoʻu. Talk in roundabout way, hoʻomea, ʻohikui, lalau ka ʻōlelo. Talk gibberish, hīkapalalē. Talk in a rapid, incoherent manner, nāwā, kīpalalē ka ʻōlelo. To talk back, kīkēʻōlelo, panepane. To talk with nasalized sounds, hānuna.

To ~ smooth; also smooth ~er; glib. Waha wali.

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