'Ōlelo, kama'ilio, keaka; wala'au (colloquial).
  Also: pālau, pāpā'ōlelo, waha (for idioms, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), walawala'au, wale wai, hūhā, 'a'ama, kole.
    Loud talk, wawā, wā, hauwawā; pāleo, pāleoleowā (reviling); 'owā, kuwā.
    Talk foolishly, idly, 'ohi; 'ohi hāpuku, 'olē'olē, lehelehe ki'i, kakahili.
    Talk much, ā, hō'ā, ho'onui 'ōlelo, ko'u, 'ūhiki, ho'opulelehua, kūha'u, 'ohi'ohi, ho'onuinui, kualehelehe, kakani, waha kale, pīpīnoke, wale wai.
  See garrulous and sayings, 'alalā2, lehelehe ki'i, niu1, piha'ā1.
    Talk in a boastful way, ha'ano'u.
    Talk in roundabout way, ho'omea, 'ohikui, lalau ka 'ōlelo.
    Talk gibberish, hīkapalalē.
    Talk in a rapid, incoherent manner, nāwā, kīpalalē ka 'ōlelo.
    To talk back, kīkē'ōlelo, panepane.
    To talk with nasalized sounds, hānuna.

English-Hawaiian dictionary. 2015.

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