“Luʻuluʻu Hanalei i ka ua nui; kaumaha i ka noe o Alakaʻi.”
Heavily weighed is Hanalei in the pouring rain; laden down by the mist of Alaka‘i.
An expression used in dirges and chants of woe to express the burden of sadness, the heaviness of grief, and tears pouring freely like rain. Rains and fogs of other localities may also be used.
Source: ‘Olelo No‘eau, by Mary Kawena Pukui