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Waihoʻoluʻu, kala. Also: wai, ʻano; muimuia (inharmonious); ʻaʻai (bright, contrasting); paʻa (solid); hulu (rare); streaked with —, ʻōniʻo; variegated —, kalakoa, pikapika, kuhe; mixing of a brilliant with a lighter —, aʻeaʻe; to assume a softer, darker —, palaʻīloli; to print with —, as tapa, hoʻōniʻo. See sea. To sprinkle coloring matter on tapa and beat it in, paʻipaʻi. To draw the color line, kaupaleʻili.
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