"Maʻalili ke kalo."
Translation:The taro is cooled.
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Have you noticed the different words for cool, chilled, iced, cooled off? Here we go (highlights I believe are the words taught in this course):
Wehewehe - [Hawaiian Dictionary(Eng to Hwn)] cooled: Maʻalili; maʻūʻū; kōaniani (by a breeze).
cool: ʻOluʻolu (pleasantly); huʻihuʻi (chilly); maʻū (damp). Also: anu, anuanu, hoʻānu, hau, ʻolu, koʻekoʻe, aniani; anuhea; waianuhea (as in mountains); waiʻolu, hauhau, hoʻomaʻalili, mōʻolu, līhau, hoʻānu.
Cool chill, lī anu.
To cool off, hōʻoluʻolu, mani. Poetic references to coolness may signify comfort, happiness, and sexual passion.