Ho'olō'ihi, ho'ololoa, ho'ohuelo.
   ♦ To lengthen by grafting or splicing, pāna'i.
   ♦ To lengthen a sound, ho'okō i ka leo, 'ume.
   ♦ To lengthen, as a speech or story, ho'olō'ihi; hilohilo (rare).

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