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1. Plural of hele, to go.

2. Rare variant of helehele, to cut, skin, strip off bark or rind.

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v. To bark; to peel bark from a tree or banana.

Uhele (ū-hē'-le), adj.

/ ū-hē'-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

Not fixed; unsettled.

Uhele (ū-hē'-le), n.

/ ū-hē'-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

A wandering; the act of one who goes hither and thither with no settled purpose.

Uhele (u-he'-le), v.

/ u-he'-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To strip off the skin, bark or rind.

2. To tear off the skin of an animal. (In this sense, the word is obsolete.) Syn: Uhole and hahole.

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