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Hawaiian Word of the Day: Uli

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The Hawaiian Word of the Day Uli. The Hawaiian goddess of sorcery, Uli is said to have come from Kahiki. As the patron god of sorcery and 'ana'ana, Uli is the goddess who gives her worshippers the ability to pray things to death, but also the ability to pray things back to life. The word uli is also used to refer to any deep dark color, whether it be the dark blue of the ocean, the green of vegetation, or the black of the night sky. The Hawaiian Word of the Day is uli.

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