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haole

[hou-lee, -ley] /ˈhaʊ li, -leɪ/
noun, Sometimes Disparaging.
1.
(among Polynesian Hawaiians) a term used to refer to a non-Polynesian, especially a white person.
2.
(among Hawaiians) a term formerly used to refer to any foreigner.
Origin of haole
1835-1845
1835-45; < Hawaiian: white person, (earlier) foreigner, foreign
Usage note
Haole is usually considered to be a neutral descriptive term. However, it is sometimes used with disparaging intent, arising from a distrust of foreigners or outsiders.
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