Ōpū nāhelehele, hihia, lā'au, lā'au kukū, puo'a.
    Tangled thicket, hihipe'a.
  See clump.
    The dense thicket of the forest, ka hihia pa'a o ka nahele.

English-Hawaiian dictionary. 2015.


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