"Gone Holoholo" - This is a term used to say, you are going to go run around. Our Kupuna (elders) new the power our thoughts. They believed that our thoughts become our words, and our words become our actions. So when they would go out to fish or hunt, they would not want to speak out loud where they were going in fear that their prey would hear/feel the mana (energy) of their words and therefore they would not catch anything, so they would use the term "holoholo" instead. :)
Itʻs connotation also implies, "never mind where Iʻm going… Iʻm just going out and about!". I always picture some "kolohe" (rascle) older uncle telling his ohana this, when he just wants to go and cruise! :)
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