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  • A kokua is, literally, a helper, a native who is clean that lives in the settlement and is paid by the Board of

    The Sheriff of Kona

  • We stayed in the house to keep track of the inmates, while the squarehead led one of them off to find a kokua.

    The Sheriff of Kona

  • While the squarehead guarded the house, Burnley and I were guided by the kokua to Lyte's house.

    The Sheriff of Kona

  • MAHALO TO SOME VERY special people who have shown me their generous aloha and kokua over the years.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • If she went and did that now, at least she would feel that she had offered her kokua and could use the gardening time to think about what else she wanted to do that day.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • If she went and did that now, at least she would feel that she had offered her kokua and could use the gardening time to think about what else she wanted to do that day.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • MAHALO TO SOME VERY special people who have shown me their generous aloha and kokua over the years.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • If she went and did that now, at least she would feel that she had offered her kokua and could use the gardening time to think about what else she wanted to do that day.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • If she went and did that now, at least she would feel that she had offered her kokua and could use the gardening time to think about what else she wanted to do that day.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • MAHALO TO SOME VERY special people who have shown me their generous aloha and kokua over the years.

    Under a Maui Moon

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  • Hawaiian: to aid, assist, relieve, cooperate.

    March 19, 2008

  • Hawaiian - help

    August 14, 2012