(v) Hawaiian for mischievous, naughty, a rascal.
English: Mitsy laughed. “Oh, Kahana! How I delight in your rascally nature! You haven’t changed a bit!”
Pidgin: Mitsy laughed. “Oh, Kahana, you still kolohe, ah you!”
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
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