n.— «They speak pidgin English by choice and eagerly flash the “shaka sign” (thumb and little finger up) as a symbol of their Hawaiian coolness.» —“The quiet side of Big Island is just one of many Hawaiis” by Gerry Wingenbach Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Oct. 4, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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