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wili lauoho

/ wili lau.oho / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

n., Locks of hair (Mele 5.2); false human hair twisted to fall down from the back, like a hair switch, described by Samwell of the Cook expedition (J. C. Beaglehole 1967, Part 2:1179;Buck 562–3).

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