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n. A strong wind blowing from a given direction in each locality, as a strong southeast wind in Kaʻū and Puna, Hawaiʻi, and at Kāne-ʻohe, Oʻahu. Also ʻAoʻaoa. Lit., blowing hard. ʻEha i ke kuʻikuʻi a ka Ulu-mano, pained by buffets of the Ulu-mano wind.

s. Name of a violent wind which blows from the south and other quarters, in the night only, on the west side of Hawaii. Kamehameha ma were once wrecked by it off Nawawa; a whole village was burnt to light them ashore.

Ulumano (u'-lu-ma'-no), n.

/ u'-lu-ma'-no / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A violent wind which blows from the south and other quarters, in the night only, on the west side of Hawaii. Kamehameha and his attendants were once wrecked by it off Nawawa; a whole village was burnt to light them ashore.

ULU 601 UMA

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