Hilo

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See also: hilo and hiló

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Etymology[edit]

From Hawaiian Hilo, of uncertain etymology but possibly related to hilo (to twist).

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Hilo

  1. The largest town on the island of Hawaii, located at the eastern corner of the island.

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Hilo (sense 3)

Hilo

  1. (Hawaiian mythology) A Polynesian navigator.
  2. The eastern area of the island of Hawaii.
  3. Hilo (a town in eastern Hawaii).
  4. First night of new moon in the old Hawaiian calendar.
  5. A male given name from Hawaiian, rare today.

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