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Holoholo

(HOH-loh-HOH-loh) (v) Pidgin for going out and finding some fun.

Example

English: “Lilinoe, let us get in your car and drive up and down main street and see what others are doing. Perhaps we can meet young men with whom we can converse.”

Pidgin: “Lili! We go holoholo!”

Note: ‘Ōlelo is a Hawaiian word meaning language, speech, word, etc.  To see the current list of Hawaiian and Pidgin words, definitions, and usage please click on

Pidgin Dictionary

 

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