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vi. To talk, speak, converse; formerly, to talk loudly, shout. See saying, makani 1. Hoa walaʻau, person to speak with. Walaʻau wale, to talk for the sake of talking, chatter; talkative, garrulous. Walaʻau ka waha, to speak too much. Kumepala walaʻau (1 Kor. 13.1), tinkling cymbal. hoʻo.wala.ʻau To cause talk, start talk or conversation. (PNP walakau.)

v. To speak in a boisterous manner, as a crazy person.

2. To cry out, as in fear; to shout, as in battle.

3. To make a noise of lamentation for a deceased person.

4. Hoo. To cause or make a noise. Isa. 42:2. To make a confused unmeaning noise.

s. A noise; a confused noise as of a riotous multitude. Puk. 32:17. See UWAUWA.

2. A noise, as a wailing for the dead.

3. Any loud boisterous talk or noise with more or less indistinctness or want of meaning.

adj. Noisy; obstreperous; confused; disorderly.

Walaau (wă'-lă-ă'u), adj.

/ wă'-lă-ă'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

Noisy; obstreperous; confused; disorderly.

Walaau (wă'-lă-ă'u), n.

/ wă'-lă-ă'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A noise; a confused noise as of a riotous multitude.

2. A noise, as a wailing for the dead.

3. Any loud, boisterous talk or noise with more or less indistinctness or want of meaning.

4. Loquaciousness.

Walaau (wā'-lă-ă'u), v.

/ wā'-lă-ă'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To speak; in a boisterous manner, as a crazy person.

2. To cry out continuously, as in fear; to shout, as in battle.

3. To make a noise of lamentation for a deceased person.

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