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  1. kukuihuge

          

  2. hoʻo.hā.likeSee hālike, alike.

          

  3. punaspoon

          

  4. Malakistreet or road

          

  5. hulismoke (tobacco)

          

  6. ka haleJanuary

          

  7. beer

          

  8. limameet, socially, socialize

          

  9. pāpa'ucar

          

  10. ama'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  11. kukelettuce

          

  12. kai nī.oichile pepper water

          

  13. lanisky, heaven

          

  14. kāuawe (you and i)

          

  15. paefor a plane to land

          

  16. hoʻāham To turn on, as a light, radio, TV, etc. Mān. Cf. hoʻopio.

          

  17. maketobacco

          

  18. pū'alito have a groove

          

  19. a'omy

          

  20. ʻoia.ʻiʻoTrue
    nvs. True; truth, fact; truly, firmly, certainly, genuine, real, sure, verily, authentic; faithfulness (Hal. 92.2). Cf. ʻiʻo, palapala hōʻoiaʻiʻo. ʻO au nō me ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, I am, sincerely; yours truly. Nā mea ʻoiaʻiʻo, facts, true items. ʻOiaʻiʻo, he ʻoiaʻiʻo (Ioane 16.20), verily, verily. ʻOiaʻiʻo kā hoʻi, is that so, so [as in surprise, anger]. hō.ʻoia.ʻiʻo To verify, certify, check, convince, make sure, prove; to acknowledge, as a title; deed, proof, verification. Hōʻoiaʻiʻo ʻana, acknowledgments. Ma laila i hōʻoiaʻiʻo ai lāua i kō lāua mau minute ʻoluʻolu (Laie 581), there they fulfilled their minutes of pleasure.

          

  21. moelie down; bed

          

  22. halelekapost office

          

  23. Pukapray; the week

          

  24. kuawaguava

          

  25. kūkaepelePathway

          

  26. ma'asore

          

  27. penikalapencil

          

  28. milemile

          

  29. mokupuniGovernment, country

          

  30. leleto fly, to get off a vehicle

          

  31. lālālook, watch, observe

          

  32. nunuihuge

          

  33. ho'ohulito have a groove

          

  34. ho'owalimix (poi)

          

  35. ho'okipainvite in guest, treat hospitably

          

  36. pikinikifast

          

  37. niucoconut

          

  38. uakiWatch, clock

          

  39. 'ākaunumber nine

          

  40. pu'ehill of dirt for planting 'uala

          

  41. 'āinahānauland

          

  42. kalipaforbidden, sacred, taboo

          

  43. kaikamahinegirl, daughter

          

  44. ho'opa'ato make firm, to learn

          

  45. manamanalimafinger

          

  46. 'iliskin, surface

          

  47. pū'iwadeny, say no, negate

          

  48. waenabaggage, carried belongings

          

  49. no'ami hea; do something (maka painu)

          

  50. kāheatowel, napkin

          

  51. ʻīliochange

          

  52. inudrink

          

  53. 'aikalimaice cream

          

  54. kumureason; teacher

          

  55. 'anotype, kind

          

  56. uliulisweet potato greens

          

  57. makewaimonth

          

  58. lauohoto put something someplace, leave something somewhere

          

  59. 'ualakahikiice cream

          

  60. kaoout as a light of fire (turn off is ho'opio)

          

  61. lumiho'okipaho'okipa parlor, living room

          

  62. māhelehouse, building

          

  63. meainucoconut milk/water

          

  64. KapanīJapanese

          

  65. maka.pōparent

          

  66. pulugrow up

          

  67. ke'ami hea - with

          

  68. melesong, sing

          

  69. kūponothe ono fish

          

  70. ʻaneʻinum. Four; four times. See ex., hā 1.

          

  71. ko'eearthworm

          

  72. kā.lāvt. To sprinkle, as with salt; to salt; to scatter, as sand or salt. Also kōpī. Mai kāpī mai ʻoe i ke one, don't throw sand at me.

          

  73. hī.menimarket

          

  74. mokulelecut, such as wound

          

  75. 'ula'ulacomfortable, pleasant, nice

          

  76. ke onothe ono fish

          

  77. kālaito hoe

          

  78. 'ane'icomfortable, pleasant, nice

          

  79. pē.pēfence, wall; yard; plate; shine (sun), blow (wind)

    1. nvi. Fence, wall, corral, pen, sty, enclosure, courtyard, patio, arena, (house) lot, yard, extremity; to build a fence, enclosure. Cf. pānini, Pā-lama (place name), fence built of lama wood. Mai kēlā pā o ka honua, a mai kēlā pā o ka lani mai (Mar. 13.27), from that end of the earth and from that end of the heavens. (PPN paa.)

    2. n. Dish, plate, pan; elongated food bowl used for meat or fish; flat basin; phonograph record, disk (preceded by ke). Cf. halepā.

    3. n. Mother-of-pearl shell (Pinctada margaritifera); pearl-shell lure; fishhook (cf. pā ʻiʻo, pā kau ulua). Both ke and ka are used with pā 3. Pā ā eo, a successful pā lure. Pā hau, shell with white on inside. Pā mae, variegated shell; lit., faded shell. (PPN paa.)

    4. nvs., nvi. A broadly used loaʻa-type word (Gram. 4.4), said of drinking, hearing, feeling, and activity of wind, sun, moon; also used as a noun with similar meanings (see ex., pualalea). To touch, get, contact, reach, gain control of, hit, experience; to blow (as wind), shine (as moon or sun), hear, drink. Cf. pā kāhea, pā wai. Ua pā maila kuʻu lima iāʻoe, you touched my hand. Pā kanaka, to have sexual experience; lit., touch someone. Pā ka ʻai, to taste food. Pā kīʻaha, to touch a tumbler; to sip intoxicants. Pā i ka leo, to be struck by a voice, i.e., to be told something that hurts the feelings, to be rebuked. Mālama o pā, watch or you'll be hurt. Pā nō lilo, touch and gone [of a stolen object]. Mālama o lilo i ka lima ā pā, watch out or [it] will disappear into [someone's] hands and be taken away. Pā ka ʻāina iāʻoe (FS 133), you'll get control of the land. Ka pā ʻana a ka lā, sunshine. ʻO ka pā kōnane a ka mahina (song), the bright touch of the moon. Pā i ka ʻupena, touched by a net [sald of a fish that has escaped a net and is wary]. Pā i ka makau, touched by a hook [said of a fish that has been hooked and then, having escaped, is very wary]. hoʻo.pā About the same as pā 4; to touch; to try out, test. E hele aku ʻoe e hoʻopā i ke kahuna pule, go and see if you can get the minister to help, put a "touch" to him. Pōhaku hoʻopā, touchstone. Hoʻopā iki, to touch lightly or cautiously; to eat or drink sparingly. (PPN paa.)

    5. nvi.. A sound; to sound; beat, rhythm, as of a dance; stroke, as of an instrument; thump of a gourd down on a pad, with one quick slap of the fingers as the gourd is raised; signal to begin a dance or drumming. Pā maila ka leo hone o ka waiolina, the sweet sound of a violin reached here.

    6. vs. Barren, as a female; to have ceased bearing; parched, as land. ʻO Kila pā wahine, Kila, the last born of the woman. hoʻo.pā To procure barrenness, as by prayer or medication. (PPN paʻaʻ.)

    7. n. Flat top of a hat.

    8. n. Lowest and highest note in the musical scale, do.

    9. vs. Temporary, fleeting. He nohona pā wale, temporary residence.

    10. n. Section of net attached to a bag in certain types of fishing.

          

  80. lā'aumakenumber two

          

  81. kēiaThis (close to me)

          

  82. e'ami hea; do something (maka painu)

          

  83. kē.nāvt. To command, order, give order, summon, send on business. Kēnā akula ʻo Ka-mehameha i kona poʻe kānaka e ʻimi lāʻau ʻala, Ka-mehameha sent his people to look for sandalwood.

    2. demon. That (near the person addressed). Used disparagingly for "you." He aha kāa, ē kēnā moʻo! What's that to you, you reptile! Cf. kēlā, Gram. 8.3. (PPN ena, PNP teenaa.)

          

  84. mahand

          

  85. Mei'ami hea; do something (maka painu)

          

  86. a'uReplaces au or wau after the ami me

          

  87. akamaiwait for, wait

          

  88. ʻōlalabask in the sun

          

  89. 'elidig, dig up

          

  90. Hā.ʻulenvt. To give, grant, allot, hand, present; to bid, as at auction; to offer; to deal, as cards; a deal. Cf. haʻawina. Hāʻawi lokomaikaʻi, to give freely, open-handed. Hāʻawi wale, to give freely, gratis.

          

  91. kāpenacall out

          

  92. 'i'oto strip by pulling out the stick inside as with maile

          

  93. lēkiōThis (close to me)

          

  94. kāma'ashoe

          

  95. kaumahasad, heavy

          

  96. kā LaniLani's

          

  97. apolimabracelet

          

  98. makaanianigift

          

  99. ueawire

          

  100. lawaenough

          

  101. kihicorner (outside point)

          

  102. hoʻoluhivt. To bother. See luhi

          

  103. ʻauina.lān. Afternoon. Lit.., declining sun.

          

  104. paipupipe

          

  105. haumana, haumānaooh! wow! etc.

          

  106. laikito brush, brush

          

  107. ka'ukamacucumber

          

  108. heluheluread

          

  109. 'opihi'opihi

          

  110. lole'au'auto strip by pulling out the stick inside as with maile

          

  111. nīnaushoot (water, insecticide)

          

  112. halekūʻaimail, letter

          

  113. lokocut, such as wound

          

  114. pāilinatake care of, keep

          

  115. 'ao'aopage

          

  116. kīwai(drinking) glass

          

  117. kaukadoctor

          

  118. kōleahe 'ano manu; a type of bird

          

  119. inoahopedeep

          

  120. lekamail, letter

          

  121. wā.wae'ioleto fish for

          

  122. ikiikicorner (outside point)

          

  123. hapahāfirst born child

          

  124. kanito plant, bury

          

  125. holahour; time

          

  126. hemahemafar, distant

          

  127. pū'oloearthworm

          

  128. hā.ʻulelaufall (the season)

          

  129. mū.boring insect, weevil, termite

          

  130. mahinadon't want to talk, sulky

          

  131. pākapark

          

  132. kaulastring, rope, cord

          

  133. kumu.lā.ʻauvt. To command, order, give order, summon, send on business. Kēnā akula ʻo Ka-mehameha i kona poʻe kānaka e ʻimi lāʻau ʻala, Ka-mehameha sent his people to look for sandalwood.

    2. demon. That (near the person addressed). Used disparagingly for "you." He aha kāa, ē kēnā moʻo! What's that to you, you reptile! Cf. kēlā, Gram. 8.3. (PPN ena, PNP teenaa.)

          

  134. ma'alahiun-, nothingness, be non-existent

          

  135. hoʻālawake up (someone)

          

  136. 'Aukakeeat

          

  137. kā.pīPregnant; carry lift

          

  138. ahiahievening

          

  139. 'āhui(fruit/flower) cluster

          

  140. waiho'olu'uto join things together

          

  141. wilipossible, arrive

          

  142. manubird

          

  143. 'umimy

          

  144. 'upenafishing net

          

  145. kūkūwe (you folks and I)

          

  146. ka 'iwathe 'iwa bird

          

  147. paka'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  148. ho'oma'ema'eimitate

          

  149. koatype of wood

          

  150. nohoChair, sit, live

          

  151. lolebehind, after

          

  152. kana.pīwork

          

  153. 'ili'iliblack

          

  154. kahua mau'uthink

          

  155. 'okisick

          

  156. ho'opili maiimitate

          

  157. lawai'ato fish for

          

  158. kupacook by boiling

          

  159. huawhere (always i hea, etc.)

          

  160. hahai'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  161. pa'aStuck together

    huaʻō.lelo pair of word

    1. nvs. A common and broadly used loaʻa-type word (Gram. 4.4); many meanings depend on qualifying words. Firm, solid, tight, solidified, adhering, durable, fast, fixed, stuck, secure, closed, jelled, congealed, frozen, hard, sound (as wood), busy, occupied, engaged, definite, steadfast, permanent; finished, completed, whole, complete, learned, memorized, mastered, retained, kept permanently; stubborn, determined, constipated, solid or fast, as colors; sturdy, as cloth, furniture; strong and vigorous; versed in, learned in; one who holds, a bearer; to hold, bear, keep, detain, withhold; a solid, as in geometry; to wear well, as clothes; to look well or not show age, of a person. See paʻa kāhili. Mea paʻa ipu hao, a pot holder. ʻAila paʻa, thick grease. Paʻa ā paʻa, held fast. Paʻa i ka ʻole, to deny persistently. Paʻa mele, one versed in songs. Paʻa maila ʻo uka i nā kānaka (FS 71), the shore was packed solid with people. Paʻa ka wai ā lilo i hau, water solidified into ice. Paʻa ʻoia ma ka pono, he is steadfast in righteousness. Paʻa ka manaʻo, determined in thought; to have made up one's mind. Ua paʻa kaʻu haʻawina, my lesson is learned. Mea paʻa molaki, mortgagee. Paʻa ka hale hou, the new house is finished. Hana paʻa, steady work. Uku paʻa, fixed salary. Noho paʻa, permanent residence. Paʻa i ka ʻūkele, stuck in the mud. Kanu paʻa, to bury whole, as a body. Paʻa ke kelepona, the telephone line is busy. Paʻa i ka hana, very busy working. Paʻa ka puka, the door is closed. Mai paʻa ʻoe iaʻu, don't detain me. E paʻa ā paʻa ʻolua i ke kaula, hold fast to the rope. Hoʻonoho ihola lākou iāia ma kahi paʻa (Nah. 15.34), they put him in custody. Ua paʻa iāia ka waha o ka poʻe Sadukaio (Mat. 22.34), he had silenced the mouths of the Sadducees. Paʻa mai me ona lole ʻauʻau, bring some bathing suits too. Mai paʻa i ka leo, he ʻole ka hea mai (hula password), do not withhold the voice, or refuse to call to us [said by one wishing permission to enter a hula]. I paʻa ke kino i ka lāʻau, that the body be strengthened by medicine. Nā lole i paʻa mua, ready-made clothes. E loaʻa ai ke anapaʻa o nā paʻa, obtaining the cubic content of a solid. hoʻo.paʻa To make fast, firm, hard, tight, solid; to bind, attach, moor, snub, hold fast to, hold back, keep, restrain, confine, detain, withhold, reserve, close, catch; to learn, memorize, master, study, complete, fix; to record, as music; to plug or seal, as a hole; to subscribe, as to a newspaper; to order, reserve, register; to insist on, persist; to insure; to bolt, as a door; to muzzle (Kanl. 25.4); drummer and hula chanter (the memorizer); insurance. Cf. hoʻopaʻa haʻawina, mea hoʻopaʻa, ʻōlelo hoʻopaʻa. Hoʻopaʻa kuleana, to copyright, establish ownership. Hoʻopaʻa aʻo hana, apprentice. Hoʻopaʻa inoa, to register, enroll. Hoʻopaʻa i ka hau, to freeze (i.e., ice solidifies). I hoʻopaʻa mai iā lākou iho (Nak. 27), to bind themselves [as under contract to a chief]. Hoʻopaʻa hao, to weld. Hoʻopaʻa leho, to get calluses from work. Hoʻopaʻa manawa, to make an appointment. Hoʻopaʻa ola, life insurance. Uku hoʻopaʻa, insurance premium. Leka i hoʻopaʻa ʻia, registered letter. Hoʻopaʻa ihola lāua ā ʻelua i berita (Kin. 21.27), the two together sealed a covenant. Mea hoʻopaʻa, stopper. Hoʻopaʻa moʻolelo, to keep the minutes; to record a story. Ua hoʻopaʻa au i mau noho no māua i ka ʻaha mele, I reserved some seats for us at the concert. Hoʻopaʻa i kāna ʻae, holding back his consent.

    2. n. Pair, couple; couplet. Cf. paʻa kāmaʻa, paʻa lio, paʻa male.

    3. n. Suit of clothes. Nā paʻa kapa (Lunk. 14.12), garments.

    4. n. Stratum, foundation, especially paʻa-i-lalo, earth, and paʻa-i-luna, heavens.

    5. n. Extremity, border.

    6. n. Type of sweet potato, pronunciation not certain. (For. 5:664-5.)

          

  162. nīoichile peper

          

  163. kupunakāneSpring (season)

          

  164. kanaiwadoctor

          

  165. mu'umu'umu'umu'u

          

  166. kāuposs. Your, yours (singular, a-form; see Gram. 8.4, 9.6). Hoi nō kāu me ʻoe, [What] you [said] should go back to you [your curse will strike you; your bad words apply to you, take them back]. ʻO kāu mai ā ʻo kaʻu aku, your [turn] and then mine. (PNP taʻau, PCP taau.)

          

  167. kama'ilioconverse

          

  168. hopenapuledeep

          

  169. lihilihipetal

          

  170. hanawork

          

  171. 'u'uto strip by pulling out the stick inside as with maile

          

  172. ain front, before

          

  173. wa'acanoe

          

  174. ka 'alathe scent

          

  175. kakanicrunchy, as good 'opihi

          

  176. 'alawayou folks (two)

          

  177. le'ale'aamusement, pleasure

          

  178. mau'uroot

          

  179. 'āko'ako'acoral pieces

          

  180. lewaka na'au o ka 'opihi

          

  181. maopopoclear, understandable, understood

          

  182. ki'iyou (one person)

          

  183. kūʻaiset up, build

          

  184. ali'isick

          

  185. 1. nvs. Night, darkness, obscurity; the realm of the gods; pertaining to or of the gods, chaos, or hell; dark, obscure, benighted; formerly the period of 24 hours beginning with nightfall (the Hawaiian "day" began at nightfall, cf. ao 1.) Fig., ignorance; ignorant. Cf. Halāliʻi, Pōʻakahi, Pōʻalua. Hōʻike a ka pō, revelation from the gods [as in dreams or omens]. Inoa pō, name suggested for a child in a dream. Mai ka pō mai, from the gods; of divine origin. Kāne o ka pō, wahine o ka pō, husband of the night, wife of the night [spirit lover: it was believed that a child born of such a mating might resemble an eel, lizard, shark, or bird, or might have supernatural powers; sometimes death or sickness followed nightly visits]. Nā pō o ka mahina, days [lit., nights] of the month. Pō ʻahia kēia? What day of the week [or month] is this? Pō nui hoʻolakolako, the great night that supplies [the gods revealed their will in revelations and dreams at night]. Pō pouli ʻaʻaki, a night so dark it bites with the teeth. Pō i ka lāʻau, darkened by the tree. Ua pō, it's late (not necessarily night, but usually said if one is in danger of not being home by dark]. Ua hana māua ā pō ka lā, we worked until night; lit., until the day darkened. Ua hana māua ā ao ka pō, we worked until daylight; lit., until the night lighted. Kēlā pō ā ao aʻe i nehinei, night before last; lit., that night until dawned yesterday. Kēia po, tonight. Ka pō nei, last night. ʻO ke kumu o ka pō i pō ai (KL. line 8), the source of the night that was dark. Ua hiamoe akula kona pō (FS 99), he spent the night sleeping. Kou pō ua moe ʻia, ʻo koʻu nei lā, ʻaʻole (song), you slept during the night, but not I. Iho i ka pō, ā i ke kolu o ka pō, ola hou mai, descended into hell, the third day rose again from the dead. He aha ka puana a ka po? What declares the night [any revelation from the gods? what is to happen in the future?]? ʻO ʻakahi ka pō, ʻo ʻalua ka pō ... lele wale ka pō (FS 47), one night spirit, two night spirits ... the night spirits fly off. hoʻo.pō To behave in an ignorant manner, perhaps purposely; to keep out of sight, to stay in the dark; ignorant. (PPN poo.)

          

  186. kanakaorder, command

          

  187. ukanabaggage, carried belongings

          

  188. ʻuīsqueeze out

    Var. spelling of ʻuwī 1, 2.

          

  189. ʻōpoked, such a wound; stand; stop

    1. vs. To stand, stop, halt, anchor, moor; to rise, as dust; to hit, strike, jab; to park, as a car; to alight, as a bird or plane on the ground; to land, as a plane or ship; to stay, remain, exist; to reach, extend, arrive; upright, perpendicular, steep, erect, standing, parked. See ex., pololei 1. Kū is used in some idioms in sense of "up,out": Kū hele pēlā! Get out! Kū ā hele! Go! Go away! Kū! Whoa! Stop! Halt! Kū anahulu ka moku, the ship anchors every ten days. Mahea ke kaʻa e kū ai? Where will the car be parked? Wai kū, stagnant water. Kai kū, quiet sea, especially at mid-tide. Ua hoʻoholo ʻia ke kaula a kū maʻō, the rope was let out as far as over there. E kū ihōʻike noʻu, stand as a witness for me. Kū i ke kui, pierced by the needle; punctured by a nail [as a tire]. Kū i ka pōkā, hit by a bullet. Kū ʻumi lau kānaka i ka make, ten four-hundreds of men were struck dead. Nā kānāwai e kū nei, existing laws. hoʻo.kū To set up, make stand, establish, as a society; to brace a canoe with a paddle while sailing or coasting over waves in order to steer and steady the canoe; to carry on, as a family name (Kanl. 25.7). Hoʻokū ākea, to make known publicly. (PPN tuʻu.)

    2. n. Stand, pedestal, base; stem, as of a goblet; frame of a bed, including footboard and headboard; end, as of a rainbow. Cf. kūmoe

    3. vs. In a state of, resembling, like, due to, because of (often followed by i or ā). Kū i ka pilikia, to be in trouble, wrong. Kū i ke kala, to forgive. A waiho kū ā maʻi maoli ihola ia, he remained very sick. I kū ka pōloli, eia nō ka ʻai, when hungry, here's food. Kū ā kahiko, as of long ago. Kū ka hakakā o kēlā poʻe, those people have long been fighting. Kū nō i ka makuahine, having the character or appearance of the mother. Kū loa i ka leo, exactly like the voice or tune, high fidelity. Hele ā nui ka iʻa, a kū ka hāʻawi, there were so many fish [they] gave [them) away. Waiho wale, mai nō ka limu, a kū ka pilau, the seaweed lay there until it stunk. hoʻo.kū To produce a resemblance, likeness. Na ia mea i hoʻokū ā maʻi iaʻu, that thing made me ill. (PPN tuu.)

    4. vi. To appear, show, reveal; to start, go; to achieve; to change into, transform; beginning, appearance; arrival. E noho ana nō māua e kamaʻilio, a kū ana ʻo Pele, we were sitting talking when Pele suddenly appeared. Ma ia malama e pono aʻe ka piʻa kū (Kep. 95), during this month it is right for the piʻa tuber to show above ground. Nā hana kū i ke aloha, deeds that show love. Kū a kanaka aʻela ua moʻo nei, the moʻo changed into a human. Kū a pōhaku (For. 4:61), to turn into stone. Ma ke kū o ia malama e helu ai i ka makahiki hou, with the coming of this month the new year will be counted in.

    5. vi. To run in schools, as fish; numerous, as octopus in season. Nānā, he akule kū! Look, the akule school is running! Kai kū weli, sea with phosphorescence.

    6. vs. vt. Suitable, proper, O.K., appropriate, fitting; ready, prepared; to fit, as clothes; merit, cause; to deserve. Cf. kūpono. I kū nō ka hele i ka lako i ke kālā, it is all right to go when supplied with money. ʻEʻoe kū ka hāuna lāʻau a kāua i kō kāne (FS 57), our club-thrusting technique is not suitable for your husband.

    7. vt. To rule or reign, as a land. Ua kū ʻo Liliʻu i ka moku, Liliʻu is ruler of the land.

    8. vt. To soak, as clothes.

    9. vt. To post, as a bond. Mea kū pona, bondsman.

    10. (Cap.) n. Name for the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth days of the month, usually called respectively Kū Kahi, Kū Lua, Kū Kolu, Kū Pau.

    11. (Cap.) n. Ancient Hawaiian god of war. Prayers connected with this major god include Kū-koliʻi, Kū-lawa, Kū-lewalewa, Kū-papaʻa, Kū-wā, Kū-wī. Cf. waipā. (For. 6:21.) (PEP Tuu.)

    12. vi. To set apart a period for prayers for a special object; to pray for. E kū ana au nou, I will be praying for you.

    13. n. Months of pregnancy. I ka hāpai ʻana a ka walu o ke kū, a laila kiʻi i ka lāʻau hoʻopaheʻe, in the eighth month of pregnancy, get some slimy medicine.

    14. Part. qualifying verbs (Gram. 7.1). Abruptly, rudely, defiantly, unceremoniously, without observance of taboos or niceties, brusque. See ʻai kū, kuke kū. Hoʻopuka kū, to speak plainly, crudely, bluntly, without regard for feelings of others. Kaha kū (FS 235), to go anywhere one pleases. Kāʻili kū, to snatch away ruthlessly. ʻAko kū i ka pua, to pick flowers without permission. Moaʻe kū, strong Moaʻe tradewind.

    15. nvi. Stew; to stew. Eng. Moa kū, stewed chicken.

    16. See ʻili kūpono.

          

  190. ka iwamountain

          

  191. pahuhauice box

          

  192. mākekesloppy, poorly done

          

  193. hā.naugarden

          

  194. kokolekachocolate

          

  195. manaueahe 'ano limu

          

  196. 'ehanumber nine

          

  197. kō.kuanvt. Help, aid, assistance, relief, assistant, associate, deputy, helper; Counselor (RSV), Comforter (KJV) in Ioane 14:26; co-operation, old term for lawyer before loio was used; to help, assist, support, accommodate, second a motion. Mea kōkua, helper, benefactor, useful, helpful. Kōkua hewa, partner in crime, accessory or accomplice; to aid in wrong doing. Kōkua mamua ika mea hewa mamua o ka hana hewa ʻana, accessory to the offender before the commission of an offense. Hui kōkua kūʻai home, co-operative home purchasing society.

          

  198. keleponamat

          

  199. makaʻufear, be afraid of

    nvt. Fear; frightened, afraid, cowardly, timid, unsafe, dangerous. Makaʻu ʻoia i ke kaua, he is afraid of war. Cf. makaʻuhia, makaʻulia. hoʻo.makaʻu To frighten, scare, terrify, make afraid; fear; to pretend to fear. (PPN mataku.)

          

  200. hā.pu'uroot

          

  201. hemoenter, go in

          

  202. olahour; time

          

  203. helesteward, stewardess

          

  204. ʻehānum. Four; four times. See ex., hā 1.

          

  205. tea

    1. n. Ti, a woody plant (Cordyline terminalis) in the lily family, native to tropical Asia and Australia. It consists of a branched or unbranched, slender, ringed stem, ending in a cluster of narrow-oblong, leaves 30 to 60 cm long, from among which at times rises a large panicle of small, light-colored flowers. The leaves were put to many uses by the Hawaiians, as for house thatch, food wrappers, hula skirts, sandals; the thick, sweet roots were baked for food or distilled for brandy. (Neal 203-4.) Besides green-leaved tis, which rarely fruit, many ornamental varieties are grown in gardens, having leaves wide to narrow, large to small, the colors purple, crimson, scarlet, rust, pink, or green, striped or plain. Red tis may have red flowers and berries. Green ti leaves are still believed to afford protection from spirits and to purify a menstruating woman. (Na_na_ 190-2.) See heʻe 2, hōlua kī. (PPN tii.)

    2. n. The Spanish needle (Bidens pilosa), a weed from tropical America, a kind of daisy with simple or compound leaves, small yellow flower heads, and narrow black bristle-tipped fruits. (Neal 844.) Also kī nehe. Cf. koʻokoʻolau.

    3. vt. To shoot or aim, as with a gun; to squirt water, as with a syringe; to blow from the mouth, as a fisherman spitting chewed kukui nut on the sea to quiet it; to spit, as an angry cat; to travel fast, jet, hurry, especially on horseback (Kauaʻi). Cf. kai kī, kani hoʻo.kī Caus/sim.; to cause to shoot; to sick on, as a dog; to make a cat spit; to snort; emitted. (PCP tii.)

    4. nvt. Bundle of 40 pandanus leaves, sorted for size and length and set aside for plaiting; to sort leaves for such a bundle.

    5. Same as ʻamakihi, a bird.

    6. nvt. Key, latch; key, pitch, and clef in music; to lock, as a door; to wind or set, as a clock; to roll up, as a mat. Eng. E kī aku i ka puka ā paʻa, lock the door fast.

    7. n. Trigger of a gun.

    8. Tea. Eng.

    9. interj. Gee. Eng.

          

  206. ho'igo back

          

  207. piobody

          

  208. pā'animeal, party

          

  209. kā 'oukouyour (more than two persons)

          

  210. maewilt

          

  211. kalimapriest, skilled person

          

  212. lū.ʻauopen (flower)

          

  213. 'e'eboard, get on top of something

          

  214. 'ano'ēstrange (funny kind)

          

  215. minukebird

          

  216. kā 'oluayour (two persons)

          

  217. kā.luato cook in an imu

          

  218. kalakacream

          

  219. hoepaddle

          

  220. lawe maibring

          

  221. moku'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  222. koloherascal

          

  223. kalawaiho'olu'u, color

          

  224. liococonut

          

  225. lainawake up

          

  226. mā.kinicaptain

          

  227. ʻō akubeyond

          

  228. wahotaro

          

  229. 'a'alasmell fragrant, smell good

          

  230. mamaoIntelligent

          

  231. kuʻiwait for, wait

          

  232. mo'opunagrandchild

          

  233. wekaka na'au o ka 'opihi

          

  234. kouhand pole for picking fruit, flowers, etc, to pick with a lou

          

  235. ʻUmi kūmākahi, ʻumi kumamākahiforest

          

  236. lahilahithin, delicate

          

  237. lā hānaubirthday

          

  238. meakanuplant

          

  239. laua'eleader

          

  240. hoʻo.mā.kau.kauready, good at it

          

  241. akaheleBe careful of

          

  242. nalowaledisappeared, lost

          

  243. the (more than one)

    1. vs. Calmed, quieted, pacified, assuaged, soothed; settled, as a claim. E hoʻi, ē Pele, i ke kuahiwi, ua nā kō lili, kō inaina (chant) return, O Pele, to the mountain; rage jealousy, your rage are pacified. hoʻo.nā To relieve pain, soothe, comfort, quiet, appease, lull, placate, make calm, pacify, console, find solace; to end, as a taboo; to settle a claim. Hoʻonā wale, to attempt to pacify without effect; to try vainly to assuage, allay pain, grief. Poʻe hoʻona kuleana ʻāna, board of commissioners to quiet land titles. Komikina Hoʻonā ʻĀina, land commissioners who settle land claims. (PPN naʻa.)

    2. vi. To moan, groan, wail. Nā ka ihu, to snore with prolonged sounds. (PPN ngaa.)

    3. Plural definite article. (Gram. 10.2) Nā lani, the chiefs. (PPN nga(a).)

    4. Demonstrative part. indicating the addressee, sometimes said disrespectfully and translated 'you'. Cf. kēnā and Gram. 8.3.2. Ē nā keiki lapuwale, O you worthless children. (PPN naa.)

          

  244. kākoushoot (water, insecticide)

          

  245. holoichange

          

  246. lumifeather

          

  247. ka ulawake up

          

  248. māmāham To turn on, as a light, radio, TV, etc. Mān. Cf. hoʻopio.

          

  249. launahis/her

          

  250. hāliʻispread out (mat, blanket)

    nvt. A covering, spread; to spread, as a sheet. E hāliʻi ana ka hau mai ka piko o Mauna Kea (Laie 479), the snow from the summit of Mauna Kea was spread. Hāliʻi ihola i ka palaoa (2 Sam. 17.19), to spread wheat. Kā hāliʻi, asphalt surface. (PPN faaliki.)

          

  251. alanuibeach

          

  252. pukabook

          

  253. kaicliff

          

  254. wahinewater; who

          

  255. keikibone, shell

          

  256. waeleto weed

          

  257. pihafull

          

  258. wī.wīfoot, leg

    1. nvs. Leg, foot, paw; upper leg of a crab; foot of a rainbow; trousers (rare); afoot, on foot; to walk. See hele wāwae. Lole wāwae, trousers. Wāwae olonā (Puk. 28.42), linen breeches. Kinipōpō peku wāwae, football. Pōhaku ʻai wāwae o Malama, feet-eating rocks of Malama [of sharp aa lava]. Puaʻa wāwae loloa, long-legged pig [human sacrifice]. (PPN waʻe, PCP wae(wae); cf. Tahitian ʻaavae.)

    2. n. Hula step (general name).

          

  259. hale'ainasalt

          

  260. a'aroot

          

  261. 'ailaoil, fat, grease

          

  262. auē, auwēooh! wow! etc.

          

  263. maika'idry

          

  264. papa'ele'eleblackboard

          

  265. Iuneinland

          

  266. ʻiako1. n. Outrigger boom. (PPN kiato.)

    2. num. Forty, as in counting tapas, canoes, or feathers. (Gram. 10.3.)

          

  267. mahikōsugar plantation

          

  268. waihoto put something someplace, leave something somewhere

          

  269. au1. n. Lord, master, overseer, employer, owner, possessor, proprietor. A chief was often addressed as ē kuʻu haku, my master. See Haku-o-Hawaiʻi. Kona haku, his lord. ʻO Iēhowa ka Haku (Isa. 50.5), the Lord Jehovah. hoʻo.haku To act as haku, dominate; to treat as a haku; to rule others, sometimes without authority; bossy. ʻA ʻole ʻoe e hoʻohaku maluna ona me ka ʻoʻolea (Oihk. 25.43), you shall not rule over him with rigor. (PCP fatu.)

    2. vt. To compose, invent, put in order, arrange; to braid, as a lei, or plait, as feathers. Cf. haku mele. Ka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o nā ʻiʻiwi (Laie 479), plaited helmet made with ʻiʻiwi feathers. (PPN fatu.)

    3. n. Core, lump, as of poi; stone, coconut sponge. Cf. pōhaku, haku maka, haku ʻōnohi. Haku ipu, pulp and seeds of melon. Haku kā koʻi (Malo 51), stone for chipping. (PPN fatu.)

          

  270. lānaithey (two people)

          

  271. kekahione, one of the, another, the other, a certain

          

  272. 'onotype, kind

          

  273. ʻū.pāscissor

    n.v. Any instrument that opens and shuts, as shears, scissors, tongs, bellows, carpenter's compass; to beat, as the heart; to open and shut, as the mouth champing food; to slam, bang, as a door. Fig., a furious attack, onslaught.

          

  274. alaka'ileader

          

  275. 'iakonvt. To cut, especially the hair (see below); to sever, shear, snip, slit, trim, hew, mow, fell, separate, annul, cancel, divorce; to cut, as cards; to operate, amputate; to excommunicate; a cut, division, limit, operation, amputation; stanza (called paukū today). ʻOki i nā aumākua, to separate oneself from pagan worship of ʻaumākua gods. ʻOki i ka moeʻuhane, cancel the dream [end bad effects of a dream by Christian prayer]. ʻOki ā lele ke poʻo, behead. ʻOki ka lauoho, to have a haircut. hō.ʻoki To pretend to cut short, to cause to cut, cut, divorce, dismiss, cancel, excommunicate. (PPN koti.)

          

  276. kamuchewing gum

          

  277. naluto plant, bury

          

  278. ho'okomoinvite in guest, treat hospitably

          

  279. ʻē.heuscissor

    n.v. Any instrument that opens and shuts, as shears, scissors, tongs, bellows, carpenter's compass; to beat, as the heart; to open and shut, as the mouth champing food; to slam, bang, as a door. Fig., a furious attack, onslaught.

          

  280. maha'oieat

          

  281. ho'opihato fill something up

          

  282. pukebook

          

  283. nāki'iintestines

          

  284. kaonatown

          

  285. kuischool

          

  286. pahulekafamous

          

  287. kulaschool

          

  288. pua'agrate

          

  289. 'ano nuiimportant

          

  290. lākouthey (more than two persons)

          

  291. hilahilaschool building

          

  292. welahot

          

  293. kānahis/her

          

  294. honuafeather

          

  295. na'auintestines

          

  296. pa'akaisalt

          

  297. makuahinemother

          

  298. o'ami nono'a (of)

          

  299. 'ele'elemature

          

  300. mālamagallon

          

  301. kiloiwash, wipe

          

  302. kolocrawl

          

  303. emicheap

          

  304. kinican

          

  305. hō'ailonasign, symbol

          

  306. hapanuilarge, plenty


    nvs. Big, large, great, greatest, grand, important, principal, prime, many, much, often, abundant, bulky; plenty, a lot, maximum, most, size, number, amount, bulk, volume, magnitude, quantity, dimension, extent, area, entirety, greater part, enough, sufficiency. Before a noun, nui may mean 'group', as nui manō, group of sharks, or nui manu, flock of birds. Cf. ʻano nui, haʻanui, hapa nui, mea nui, nui kino. Nui loa, nui ʻino, nui hewahewa, very much or many, abundant, too much, very large, immense, huge. Aloha nui loa, aloha ā nui, very much aloha [common salutations to letters]. Leo nui, loud voice, loud. Nui nā hewa, many mistakes. Nui lua ʻole, immeasurably large, tremendous. Nui iki, a trifle larger. Nui aʻe, larger. Ka nui mai auaneʻi kona kino, what a large body he has. Nui ʻino lākou, they were very many. Ua hele nui aku nei i kahakai, the many of them went to the beach. Ua hoʻi aku nei ka nui kamaliʻi, the great part of the children have returned. Ua nui kēia, this is enough. hoʻo.nui To enlarge, increase, multiply, magnify, exaggerate, add to, dilate; multiplication; to increase in volume, of music; crescendo mark in music. Hoʻonui leo, loud speaker. Hoʻonui ʻōlelo, wordy, verbose, padded, prolix; to exaggerate, boast, enlarge on the truth; to talk excessively. (PNP nui; cf. Nukuoro.)

          

  307. ulugrow up

          

  308. lalobelow, under

          

  309. koeremain, left, more

          

  310. hiamoeevening

          

  311. ʻōlelocook on hot coals

          

  312. nanipretty, beautiful

          

  313. AkuaGod

          

  314. palaunuused up, over, ended, disappeared
    1. vs. Finished, ended, through, terminated, completed, over, all done; final, finishing; entirely, completely, very much; after; all, to have all; to be completely possessed, consumed, destroyed. (Used in loaʻa-type constructions, Gram. 4, as: E pau nō kēia hana iā kākou, we will finally finish this work; also an intensifier before verbs: see pau ʻeka, pau kilo, pau lehia, pau ʻono, pau pāʻele. Pau or pau ā precedes some words with meaning of "very, very much." Cf. pau maʻalea, pau ʻole, pau ʻono. Cf. also apau, kūʻike, pau a pau, pau loa, pau nui, -pau pilikia. Pau ka haʻawina, the lesson is finished. Pau ke kaʻa i ka nāhāhā, the car was completely destroyed. Pau ʻeka, very dirty, filthy. Oki pau ka hana a ka huila, extremely wonderful is the doing of the wheel. Pau nā luna i ka ʻeha, all the officers were injured. Pau i ka lilo, all sold, gone, taken, consumed. Ka pau ʻana ihola nō ia o kaʻu haʻawina, my lesson is just finished. Pau Pele, pau manō, consumed by Pele, consumed by a shark [an oath meaning "may I be destroyed if I have not spoken truth"]. Pau poʻo, pau hiʻu, consumed head, consumed tail [total destruction]. hoʻo.pau To put an end to, finish, get rid of, suppress, terminate, conclude, annul, stop, cancel, revoke, repeal, abolish, consume; to dismiss or discharge, as from work; to use too much, waste; cancellation, finishing; completely, all. Cf. hoʻopau manawa. Hoʻopau ʻana, abolition, cancellation, revocation. Hoʻopau hoʻoʻino ʻia aku, dishonorably discharged [as from the armed services]. Hoʻopau ʻai, to waste food, said figuratively of one not worth his food. Hoʻupau wale, nolle prosequi. E hoʻopau ʻoe i kāu uwe ʻana, stop your crying. E hoʻopau ʻia ā ma kēia ke hoʻopau loa ʻia nei ke kānāwai, the law shall be and hereby is revoked. Ka hoʻopau ʻana o ka ʻaelike, cancellation of contract. Ua hoʻopau ʻia kō Hauaʻīliki naʻau ʻeʻehia, ala aʻela ia ā halo wikiwiki akula (Laie 457), Hauaʻīliki's heart was completely filled with terror, he jumped and ran swiftly away. (PNP pau.)

          

  315. ʻōlelo noʻeauBe careful of

          

  316. hauof

          

  317. ʻōmolebottle

          

  318. noiask for, request

          

  319. halekulastring, rope, cord

          

  320. 'alaniorange

          

  321. malo'odry

          

  322. kopa.lān. Shovel. Eng.

          

  323. halepe'atent

          

  324. hō'olefull (of food)

          

  325. kūkaeexcrement (more polite word is lepo)

          

  326. kapuahistove

          

  327. louday

    1. nvs. Sun, sun heat; sunny, solar. See ex., lolo, brain. hoʻo.lā To sun, put out in the sunlight. (PPN ʻlaʻaa.)

    2. n. Day, date. Kēia lā, today. Lāpule, Sunday. Ia lā aʻe, ia lā aʻe, from day to day. Ka lā i ala hou ai ka Haku, the day the Lord rose; Easter (Protestant). Poʻe Hoʻāno o nā Lā Hope Nei, Latter-Day Saints; lit., saint people of these last days. Lā kākou i kēia lā, we have much sun today. (PEP laa.)

    3. n. A sail. (PPN laa.)

    4. n. Fin. Kua lā, dorsal fin. Cf. lālākea.

    5. n. Each of two cross sticks holding corners of the dip net called ʻupena ʻākiʻikiʻi.

    6. Common demon. occurring after both nouns and verbs, and as the last part of the demon. kēlā that (far, see table 12 in Gram. 7.2) and pēlā, like that; following directionals it is usually unstressed and written as the concluding part of the directional (aʻela, akula, ihola, maila). It occurs also in the sequence ua (noun) lā, that aforementioned. A var. is ala 4. (Gram. 7.4.) He kanaka kēlā, that's a human. Maikaʻi pēlā, [it's] good that way. Hele maila ʻoia, he came. Ua kanaka lā, that aforementioned person. (PNP laa.)

    7. Part. expressing doubt, uncertainty. See Gram. 7.5. Pehea lā! How, I don't know.

    8. n. The letter "l". Eng.

    9. n. Sixth note on the musical scale, la. Eng.

    10. interj. Common refrain in songs, as in Elbert and Mahoe 90.

          

  328. aleloloose, unfastened (to loosen or unfasten is to wehe)

          

  329. haleki'i'oni'onimovie

          

  330. kā lākoutheir

          

  331. pūhalahotel

          

  332. loheinside

          

  333. poss. Your, yours (singular, a-form; see Gram. 8.4, 9.6). Hoi nō kāu me ʻoe, [What] you [said] should go back to you [your curse will strike you; your bad words apply to you, take them back]. ʻO kāu mai ā ʻo kaʻu aku, your [turn] and then mine. (PNP taʻau, PCP taau.)

          

  334. Kekemapatelephone

          

  335. kahua pā.ʻanin. Tree.

          

  336. kumukulaschool teacher

          

  337. hinuhinushiny

          

  338. pā mea'aito have a groove

          

  339. makaniwind

          

  340. ka 'ehuthe reddish (hair) color

          

  341. paʻa.kikīhard, stubborn, difficult

    vs. Hard, tough, unyielding; arbitrary, inflexible, compact, difficult, stubborn (Kanl. 9.27), obstinate. Mai paʻakikī aku ʻoe i ke anu, don't be so obstinate about going out in the cold. hoʻo.paʻa.kikī Same as paʻakikī; to cause hardness, obstinacy; to pretend to be hard, stubborn.

          

  342. kaikua'anafragrance, smell

          

  343. piadoorway, door; hole (usually has two ends; a pit is a lua); come out, go out

          

  344. kīkīshoot (water, insecticide)

          

  345. 'enuheGinger
    he 'ano pua 'a'ala

          

  346. mo'olelostory

          

  347. 'o'omeat, flesh

          

  348. pailapile; be boiled (as water)

          

  349. kū.loucrawl

          

  350. hele maitruck

          

  351. kalikimakahand

          

  352. kinohis/her

          

  353. pa'ato have a groove

          

  354. hu'ihu'iconsider, ponder, think up

          

  355. luahineold lady

          

  356. papaoutside

          

  357. nuilarge, plenty


    nvs. Big, large, great, greatest, grand, important, principal, prime, many, much, often, abundant, bulky; plenty, a lot, maximum, most, size, number, amount, bulk, volume, magnitude, quantity, dimension, extent, area, entirety, greater part, enough, sufficiency. Before a noun, nui may mean 'group', as nui manō, group of sharks, or nui manu, flock of birds. Cf. ʻano nui, haʻanui, hapa nui, mea nui, nui kino. Nui loa, nui ʻino, nui hewahewa, very much or many, abundant, too much, very large, immense, huge. Aloha nui loa, aloha ā nui, very much aloha [common salutations to letters]. Leo nui, loud voice, loud. Nui nā hewa, many mistakes. Nui lua ʻole, immeasurably large, tremendous. Nui iki, a trifle larger. Nui aʻe, larger. Ka nui mai auaneʻi kona kino, what a large body he has. Nui ʻino lākou, they were very many. Ua hele nui aku nei i kahakai, the many of them went to the beach. Ua hoʻi aku nei ka nui kamaliʻi, the great part of the children have returned. Ua nui kēia, this is enough. hoʻo.nui To enlarge, increase, multiply, magnify, exaggerate, add to, dilate; multiplication; to increase in volume, of music; crescendo mark in music. Hoʻonui leo, loud speaker. Hoʻonui ʻōlelo, wordy, verbose, padded, prolix; to exaggerate, boast, enlarge on the truth; to talk excessively. (PNP nui; cf. Nukuoro.)

          

  358. 'aka'akaionion

          

  359. hā.ʻawinvt. To give, grant, allot, hand, present; to bid, as at auction; to offer; to deal, as cards; a deal. Cf. haʻawina. Hāʻawi lokomaikaʻi, to give freely, open-handed. Hāʻawi wale, to give freely, gratis.

          

  360. halihalicarry, transport (cargo, baggage)

          

  361. palaoabread, rolls

          

  362. lanakilato have victory, victory

          

  363. pala.hūfloor

          

  364. no'ono'oconsider, ponder, think up

          

  365. Honoluluname of a place

          

  366. ʻī.koiPregnant; carry lift

          

  367. pāpa'acooked crispy, usually with some black parts

          

  368. hiapotaro slip; search, look for; turn a corner, face a different direction (turn something over is ho'ohuli)

          

  369. huhūnvi. Angry, offended, indignant, mad, scolding; anger, wrath; to scold, become angry. See ex., pau pū. Huhū wela loa, very great anger, fury. Piʻi ka huhū, to become angry. hoʻo.huhū To provoke anger, pretend anger. Mai hoʻohuhū aku iāia (Puk. 23.21), do not rebel against him.

          

  370. mō.ʻīham To turn on, as a light, radio, TV, etc. Mān. Cf. hoʻopio.

          

  371. ua'ami henua (in, at on); to

          

  372. ho'omoanalesson

          

  373. kanakolunumber thirty

          

  374. i'ami hea; do something (maka painu)

          

  375. 'aka'akatake a bath or shower, swim around in the water

          

  376. kupunawahinegrandfather

          

  377. kekonacoat

          

  378. lunaon top, above

          

  379. ho'i maicome back

          

  380. inoaname

          

  381. kuhikuhito point out

          

  382. akutobacco

          

  383. mōhalaripe

          

  384. hakakānvs. Dollar, silver, money, price, currency, means, funds; moneyed. Eng. Cf. kūkālā. Kālā ma ke kānāwai, legal tender.

          

  385. pākaukauready, good at it

          

  386. heawake up

          

  387. no'eaunumber two

          

  388. ʻōma'oma'osale

          

  389. hemabeer

          

  390. mahimahihe 'ano i'a

          

  391. mākaukauWe (he and I)

    pronoun. We, us (dual, exclusive). (Gram. 8.2.) Kā māua, belonging to us, our. (PPN kimarua, PNP kimaaua, PEP maaua.)

          

  392. nonoicoconut

          

  393. kahunaschool

          

  394. kai.kunānen. Brother or male cousin of a female. (See kunāne.) Cf. Gram. 2.7. hoʻo.kai.kunāne To claim a kaikunāne relationship, to act as a kaikunāne; to address and treat as kaikunāne, as from affection. (PPN tungaʻane.)

          

  395. makuaparent

          

  396. kathe

          

  397. ha'imy

          

  398. 'eiwaoil, fat, grease

          

  399. iwibone, shell

          

  400. ka inoathe ono fish

          

  401. ʻōpalake kumu.lā.ʻau hala

          

  402. hau.mana, hau.mānan. Male pandanus blossom. Moena hīnano, very fine mat made of the bracts of the hīnano. Cf. ʻahu hīnano. (PPN singano, PCP hi(i)nano.)

          

  403. 'OkakopaOctober

          

  404. pupulecrazy

          

  405. ho'olaunaintroduce; introduce someone

          

  406. hapaluahalf

          

  407. 'ualanumber ten

          

  408. nihonihoto be spilled

          

  409. 'anakeaunty

          

  410. pū'alikoaarmy, military

          

  411. ho'oma'ama'apractice

          

  412. 'oki'okichop up, cut up

          

  413. momonafat, sweet tasting

          

  414. ho'omo'amature

          

  415. Puki.kī1. n. Short for pīkaʻo 2. Rare.

    2. n. Pitcher (Eng.), vase.

    3. n. Beet (Beta vulgaris). (Neal 331.) Eng.

    4. n. Picul; half. Eng.

    5. vs. Hot, as peppery food (said in pidgin Eng.).

          

  416. 'ehikunumber seven

          

  417. maidon't do something (māka painu); from referring to meme'a and i'oa- non living things

          

  418. kā ka wahinegirl, daughter

          

  419. hale1. nvi. House, building, institution, lodge, station, hall; to have a house. Many types of hale are listed below. Ua hale mākou, we have a house. Hale i luna a i lalo, a two-story house. hoʻo.hale To lodge in a house; to receive in a house. E hoʻohale ʻia aku, he makamaka ola, extend the hospitality of the house, [he is] a friend who extends appreciation. (PPN fale.)

    2. n. Host, hospitable person. Cf. hale aikāne, hale kipa. He hale leo ʻole aku ia, he is a kindly hospitable friend.

    3. n. Name listed by Brigham for a pāwehe mat pattern; there is a central large lozenge with an enclosed rectangular figure internally enhanced with red on alternate weft crossings.

    4. Also hare. Hare. (Oihk. 11.6.)

          

  420. hiparake; coffee

          

  421. ʻōma'ima'isomewhat sick, not feeling well

          

  422. ho'opa'a hauto freeze something

          

  423. penipen

          

  424. kahua mokuleleairport

          

  425. halagrow up

          

  426. ma'alilicool after being hot

          

  427. lekukekuke kitchen

          

  428. hana'inoMake evil, mistreat

          

  429. ʻōpūkūtripe stew

          

  430. pūlehuhe 'ano manu; a type of bird

          

  431. hui mokulele1. vs. To be cut, severed, amputated, broken in two, as a rope; broken loose, as a stream after heavy rains, or as a bound person; to punctuate. Moku ka pawa, dawn has broken. Kai moku ka noho ʻana, relations separated by the sea. hoʻo.moku To cut and divide; a cutting, division, separation. (PPN motu.)

    2. n. District, island, islet, section, forest, grove, clump, severed portion, fragment, cut, laceration, scene in a play. Cf. mokupuni, momoku. Moku lehua, lehua forest. hoʻo.moku To place one over a moku, district. (For. 6:377.) (PPN motu.)

    3. n. Ship, schooner, vessel, boat, said to be so called because the first European ships suggested islands. Many types are listed below.

    4. n. A stage of pounded poi (such poi sticks together as a mass and can be separated cleanly (moku) from the pounding board). (Kep. 165.)

          

  432. 'ekahireddish color (of the hair of some Hawaiians)

          

  433. Kepakemapacrunchy, as good 'opihi

          

  434. hohonudeep

          

  435. heluwave, surf

          

  436. leiwilihe 'ano lei

          

  437. kahakaibeach

          

  438. Ahahanawind

          

  439. imucheap

          

  440. wa'ugrate

          

  441. honupaddle

          

  442. 'aina ahiahiIrish potato

          

  443. hī.nanon. Male pandanus blossom. Moena hīnano, very fine mat made of the bracts of the hīnano. Cf. ʻahu hīnano. (PPN singano, PCP hi(i)nano.)

          

  444. 'ano'anoseed

          

  445. māluhiluhisoft

          

  446. pūpūashell, mollusks; food with drinks

          

  447. kukacoat

          

  448. nī.eleask a lot of questions, interrogate

    nvs. To keep asking questions; inquisitive, curious, plying with frivolous questions (often used in pejorative sense, as of a busybody asking things that do not concern him); to quiz, pump; question. As an exclamation of annoyance: you are too inquisitive! Who cares to answer your questions! hoʻo.nī.ele Questioning, especially by leading up indirectly rather than directly; quizzing; curious; curiosity.

          

  449. māka'ika'isite see, tour

          

  450. meawa'uniuMake evil, mistreat

          

  451. Lāpuleshirt

          

  452. waihorse

          

  453. haku1. n. Lord, master, overseer, employer, owner, possessor, proprietor. A chief was often addressed as ē kuʻu haku, my master. See Haku-o-Hawaiʻi. Kona haku, his lord. ʻO Iēhowa ka Haku (Isa. 50.5), the Lord Jehovah. hoʻo.haku To act as haku, dominate; to treat as a haku; to rule others, sometimes without authority; bossy. ʻA ʻole ʻoe e hoʻohaku maluna ona me ka ʻoʻolea (Oihk. 25.43), you shall not rule over him with rigor. (PCP fatu.)

    2. vt. To compose, invent, put in order, arrange; to braid, as a lei, or plait, as feathers. Cf. haku mele. Ka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o nā ʻiʻiwi (Laie 479), plaited helmet made with ʻiʻiwi feathers. (PPN fatu.)

    3. n. Core, lump, as of poi; stone, coconut sponge. Cf. pōhaku, haku maka, haku ʻōnohi. Haku ipu, pulp and seeds of melon. Haku kā koʻi (Malo 51), stone for chipping. (PPN fatu.)

          

  454. kauride a vehicle, be on top something; position someplace

          

  455. kīwītelevision

          

  456. ma'ema'eclean

          

  457. huiclub, organization

          

  458. lakekathey (two people)

          

  459. lāuathey (two people)

          

  460. 'au'autake a bath or shower, swim around in the water

          

  461. kahito comb, shave, comb, smooth out; (ke wahi) the place

          

  462. Iulaihe, she (o'ia in the piko); the aforesaid (that mentioned already)

          

  463. laweenough

          

  464. lawelekamailman

          

  465. li'ili'i'ano anuanu

          

  466. 'aka'akailauonion

          

  467. 'ami hea; do something (maka painu)

          

  468. honisky, heaven

          

  469. lā'auhihimeal, party

          

  470. iwa.kā.luaTwenty

          

  471. 'ane'iconsider, ponder, think up

          

  472. hoaalohahour; time

          

  473. kāpikicabbage

          

  474. 'aumakuauncle

          

  475. ho'ohau'olihave fun, do fun things

          

  476. 'opihi ʻā.lina.linadifferent

          

  477. lumi moebedroom

          

  478. mana.kōmango

          

  479. luaʻimeet, socially, socialize

          

  480. keikikānedemon. That, that one, he, she, it, that person or thing; the former. See kēlā ... kēia below and Gram. 8.3. In connected discourse or narration, kēlā preceding a noun means "the" in the sense of aforementioned. Kēlā mau mea, those things. Ua hele aku nei kēlā i ka hana, he has just gone to work. Ka mea kūpono i ka ʻike hapa o kēlā, the proper thing for the limited knowledge of the former. Kēlā pule aku nei, last week. Kēlā pule aku nei a ia pule aku, week before last. Kēlā Pōʻahā aku nei, last Thursday. (PNP teelaa.)

          

  481. nihobody

          

  482. wainiucoconut milk/water

          

  483. ko LaniLani's

          

  484. 'olu'olucomfortable, pleasant, nice

          

  485. hewhere (always i hea, etc.)

          

  486. makaiaulihe 'ano 'opihi me Ka i'o uliuli

          

  487. 'oleun-, nothingness, be non-existent

          

  488. makanamail, letter

          

  489. holorun, ride on

          

  490. kumumana.kōmango tree

          

  491. 'austem; swim (towards something)

          

  492. kū'ai'emisale

          

  493. hohonosmell, kiss

          

  494. kopakopeto rake

          

  495. palaicliff

          

  496. palaripe

          

  497. ho'opa'a nohokuke

    Hoʻomoʻa, kuke; ʻōlala, lala (over a fire); kahu, kahuna (at an oven); kahu ʻai (taro or vegetable food). See bake, boil, broil, fry, roast.

          

  498. 'aieat

          

  499. kalipretty, beautiful

          

  500. nuhadon't want to talk, sulky

          

  501. ko ka wahinemonth

          

  502. hā.nailook, watch, observe

          

  503. muliloahighway

          

  504. lohihand pole for picking fruit, flowers, etc, to pick with a lou

          

  505. lolichange

          

  506. kaulanato line up

          

  507. molego

          

  508. holoholonaanimal

          

  509. ho'oilowinter

          

  510. ka'uearthworm

          

  511. mua'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  512. hoʻouluhour; time

          

  513. pipipossible, arrive

          

  514. lihikailānai

          

  515. kē.lādemon. That, that one, he, she, it, that person or thing; the former. See kēlā ... kēia below and Gram. 8.3. In connected discourse or narration, kēlā preceding a noun means "the" in the sense of aforementioned. Kēlā mau mea, those things. Ua hele aku nei kēlā i ka hana, he has just gone to work. Ka mea kūpono i ka ʻike hapa o kēlā, the proper thing for the limited knowledge of the former. Kēlā pule aku nei, last week. Kēlā pule aku nei a ia pule aku, week before last. Kēlā Pōʻahā aku nei, last Thursday. (PNP teelaa.)

          

  516. pilauterrible stink (a milder and nicer is hohono)

          

  517. kokokeclose, near, almost

          

  518. papaheleShame on you!

          

  519. awakeato have victory, victory

          

  520. kuaback (body part)

          

  521. 'iliwaiwaterhose

          

  522. pāiki (pāisi)Chinese

    nvs. China, Chinese (noted in documents in the State Archives dated 1854, but possibly of earlier introduction) Also Kina. See maʻi Pākē, maiʻa Pākē. ʻĀina Pākē, China. hoʻo.pākē To imitate or act like a Chinese. (Chinese pake ye, father's older brother.)

          

  523. ku'isee, know

          

  524. 'aka'akaipoepoeround onion

          

  525. hikiboy, son, child

          

  526. kālanigallon

          

  527. aupunismoke (tobacco)

          

  528. pepapaper; pepper

          

  529. 'ākalasweet potato

          

  530. 'okikaAugust

          

  531. kini.pō.pōnvi. Ball, baseball; to play ball.

          

  532. 'ehureddish color (of the hair of some Hawaiians)

          

  533. pulecry (tears)

          

  534. tea

    1. n. Ti, a woody plant (Cordyline terminalis) in the lily family, native to tropical Asia and Australia. It consists of a branched or unbranched, slender, ringed stem, ending in a cluster of narrow-oblong, leaves 30 to 60 cm long, from among which at times rises a large panicle of small, light-colored flowers. The leaves were put to many uses by the Hawaiians, as for house thatch, food wrappers, hula skirts, sandals; the thick, sweet roots were baked for food or distilled for brandy. (Neal 203-4.) Besides green-leaved tis, which rarely fruit, many ornamental varieties are grown in gardens, having leaves wide to narrow, large to small, the colors purple, crimson, scarlet, rust, pink, or green, striped or plain. Red tis may have red flowers and berries. Green ti leaves are still believed to afford protection from spirits and to purify a menstruating woman. (Na_na_ 190-2.) See heʻe 2, hōlua kī. (PPN tii.)

    2. n. The Spanish needle (Bidens pilosa), a weed from tropical America, a kind of daisy with simple or compound leaves, small yellow flower heads, and narrow black bristle-tipped fruits. (Neal 844.) Also kī nehe. Cf. koʻokoʻolau.

    3. vt. To shoot or aim, as with a gun; to squirt water, as with a syringe; to blow from the mouth, as a fisherman spitting chewed kukui nut on the sea to quiet it; to spit, as an angry cat; to travel fast, jet, hurry, especially on horseback (Kauaʻi). Cf. kai kī, kani hoʻo.kī Caus/sim.; to cause to shoot; to sick on, as a dog; to make a cat spit; to snort; emitted. (PCP tii.)

    4. nvt. Bundle of 40 pandanus leaves, sorted for size and length and set aside for plaiting; to sort leaves for such a bundle.

    5. Same as ʻamakihi, a bird.

    6. nvt. Key, latch; key, pitch, and clef in music; to lock, as a door; to wind or set, as a clock; to roll up, as a mat. Eng. E kī aku i ka puka ā paʻa, lock the door fast.

    7. n. Trigger of a gun.

    8. Tea. Eng.

    9. interj. Gee. Eng.

          

  535. māka'ipoliceman

          

  536. 'oisharp; -er, better, worse

          

  537. IanualiJanuary

          

  538. kapuforbidden, sacred, taboo

          

  539. 1. vt. To give, transfer, go (followed by directionals). (Hal. 15.5.) No caus/sim. derivation with hō has been noted. For the word often written hooho, see oho. E hō mai i ka ʻai (Kin. 43.31), set on food. Hō mai i wai noʻu, give me some water. Ē ke aloha, hō mai he leo (FS 275), O my love, give your voice. E hō aʻe kāua, let us go. Hō aʻe kāua i ka ihu o ka lio i ka ulu kukui (song), let's turn the nose of the horse toward the candlenut grove. (PPN foaki, PCP soo: cf. Penrhyn soo, Yasuda 15.)

    2. vi. To wheeze, breathe hard.

    3. n. Hoe, colter of a plow. Eng. Me kāna hō, a me kāna koʻilipi (1 Sam. 13.20, with his colter and his axe.

    In causative/simulative forms beginning with ho-, hō-, hoʻ, or hōʻ, delete the prefix and look for the stem.

          

  540. pailakapilot

          

  541. 'ekebag, purse

          

  542. 'aoapick off a plant

          

  543. 'ewalunumber three

          

  544. pāpālook, watch, observe

          

  545. 'oko'aleaf onion

          

  546. ʻōpiopioyoung

          

  547. alaloalast born child

          

  548. wikiwikifast

          

  549. one hānaulook, watch, observe

          

  550. paiawall (of a house)

          

  551. palakito brush, brush

          

  552. 'āpanapiece

          

  553. nininipour

          

  554. 'aina awakesweet potato

          

  555. lōlōwatercress

          

  556. Kauwelapriest, skilled person

          

  557. 'oeyou (one person)

          

  558. mā'onafull (of food)

          

  559. hōkelehotel

          

  560. haleka'agarage

          

  561. pukaanianiIntelligent

          

  562. pepehihe 'ano pū.pū

          

  563. pākekeportion, part

          

  564. palipen

          

  565. ka'acar

          

  566. kahikothe ninth

          

  567. pipipihe 'ano pū.pū

          

  568. u'iinform, tell, reveal

          

  569. ho'okahinumber one

          

  570. ʻā.wī.wīn. Afternoon. Lit.., declining sun.

          

  571. lālani1. nvs. Foster child, adopted child; foster, adopted. Keiki hānai, foster child. Lawe hānai, to adopt a child. Makua hānai, foster parent. Kāna hānai, his adopted child.

    2. nvt. To raise, rear, feed, nourish, sustain; provider, caretaker (said affectionately of chiefs by members of the court). Cf. akua hānai, hanaiāhuhu, hanaina. Hānai holoholona, to feed and care for domestic animals. Makamaka hānai, generous and hospitable friend. Hānai ā momona, to fatten. Hānai maila ʻoia iāia i ka meli (Kanl. 32.13), he fed him the honey. (PPN faangai.)

    3. n. Body of a kōkō net carrier, and cords attached to it; fish net or trap, as for ʻoʻopu fish; kite.

    4. Same as hanahanai.

    5. n. Hawaiʻi name for mānai, needle.

    6. vi. To skim along.

          

  572. ke alathe ninth

          

  573. ka 'ulathe 'iwa bird

          

  574. mā.uawe (you and i)

          

  575. anuanuwave, surf

          

  576. 'oluanumber nine

          

  577. kamali'ileader

          

  578. ululāʻaulānai

          

  579. pili1. nvi. To cling, stick, adhere, touch, join, adjoin, cleave to, associate with, be with, be close or adjacent; clinging, sticking; close relationship, relative; thing belonging to.

          

  580. mā.lama1. nvt. To take care of, tend, attend, care for, preserve, protect, beware, save, maintain; to keep or observe, as a taboo; to conduct, as a service; to serve, honor, as God; care, preservation, support, fidelity, loyalty; custodian, caretaker, keeper. Cf. makemake, mālama hale, mālama hele, mālama moku, mālama pūʻolo, pālama 1. Mālama ʻana, custody. Mālama pono ʻia, well cared for. Mālama pono! Be careful! Watch out! Mālama makua, one who cares for parents. Mālama wahine, caring for one's wife. Mālama i kou makua kāne, honor your father. Mālama kauoha, obey orders. Mālama Lā Kāpaki, keeping the Sabbath. Ē kuʻu Akua, e mālama au iāʻoe ma ka noʻonoʻo, O my God, let me serve you in thought. O ka hoʻolohe a me ka mālama pono i ke aupuni, obedience and fidelity due the government. Ka mālama ʻole i kō haʻi ola, negligence of the lives of others. hoʻo.mā.lama

    a. Caus/sim.

    b. (Cap.) Star name.

    2. n. Pancreas.

    3. (Cap.) n. Stroke in lua fighting. See below.

          

  581. ka malama1. n. Light, month, moon. (PPN ma(a)rama, malama.)
    2. conj. Perhaps. Malama ulu mai ka ʻanoʻano, perhaps the seeds will grow.

          

  582. mokucut, such as wound

          

  583. pahiknife

          

  584. komoenter, go in

          

  585. lepomail, letter

          

  586. pakūwall (of a house)

          

  587. 'ApelilaApril

          

  588. 'alaoil, fat, grease

          

  589. 'oukouyou folks (more than two)

          

  590. kaikainagirl, daughter

          

  591. ha'awinato leave a place, abandon something

          

  592. Nowemapasouth, left

          

  593. kupunagrandparent

          

  594. ʻō.pūstomach

    n. Belly, stomach, abdomen, tripe, giblet; bag, as of a net (see ex., mahola); gizzard, bladder, crop of a bird (Oihk. 1.16), maw of an animal, womb; disposition. Kai ʻōpū, giblet gravy. ʻO kuʻu ʻōpū, ʻo kuʻu ʻōpū! Ua hoʻokaʻawili ʻia au ma kuʻu naʻau (Ier. 4.19), my bowels, my bowels! I am pained at my heart. (PPN koopuu.)

          

  595. moenamat

          

  596. ho'omakafragrance, smell

          

  597. ikaikaStrong

          

  598. ʻaihueSteal

          

  599. konoinvite

          

  600. ho'okanomix (poi)

          

  601. ukainland

          

  602. pahi'umi'umito strip by pulling out the stick inside as with maile

          

  603. pēkonahis/her

          

  604. nānahucharcoal

          

  605. kalaiwadrive a car

          

  606. pilikiatrouble

          

  607. ha'alelelisten

          

  608. palupalusoft

          

  609. iwiclub, organization

          

  610. 'ikenvt. To cut, especially the hair (see below); to sever, shear, snip, slit, trim, hew, mow, fell, separate, annul, cancel, divorce; to cut, as cards; to operate, amputate; to excommunicate; a cut, division, limit, operation, amputation; stanza (called paukū today). ʻOki i nā aumākua, to separate oneself from pagan worship of ʻaumākua gods. ʻOki i ka moeʻuhane, cancel the dream [end bad effects of a dream by Christian prayer]. ʻOki ā lele ke poʻo, behead. ʻOki ka lauoho, to have a haircut. hō.ʻoki To pretend to cut short, to cause to cut, cut, divorce, dismiss, cancel, excommunicate. (PPN koti.)

          

  611. loaʻatown

          

  612. kuahiwiold

          

  613. 'elewekaelevator

          

  614. 'eononumber six

          

  615. kipikuaparent

          

  616. huamoa(chicken) egg

          

  617. papamanawabrown

          

  618. mana'oLearn, teach, instruct, take instruction

          

  619. umaumadoctor

          

  620. haninicrunchy, as good 'opihi

          

  621. āpauidiom. All, entirely. Nā kānaka āpau, all the people, everyone, everybody.

          

  622. lēkōpoked, such a wound; stand; stop

    1. vs. To stand, stop, halt, anchor, moor; to rise, as dust; to hit, strike, jab; to park, as a car; to alight, as a bird or plane on the ground; to land, as a plane or ship; to stay, remain, exist; to reach, extend, arrive; upright, perpendicular, steep, erect, standing, parked. See ex., pololei 1. Kū is used in some idioms in sense of "up,out": Kū hele pēlā! Get out! Kū ā hele! Go! Go away! Kū! Whoa! Stop! Halt! Kū anahulu ka moku, the ship anchors every ten days. Mahea ke kaʻa e kū ai? Where will the car be parked? Wai kū, stagnant water. Kai kū, quiet sea, especially at mid-tide. Ua hoʻoholo ʻia ke kaula a kū maʻō, the rope was let out as far as over there. E kū ihōʻike noʻu, stand as a witness for me. Kū i ke kui, pierced by the needle; punctured by a nail [as a tire]. Kū i ka pōkā, hit by a bullet. Kū ʻumi lau kānaka i ka make, ten four-hundreds of men were struck dead. Nā kānāwai e kū nei, existing laws. hoʻo.kū To set up, make stand, establish, as a society; to brace a canoe with a paddle while sailing or coasting over waves in order to steer and steady the canoe; to carry on, as a family name (Kanl. 25.7). Hoʻokū ākea, to make known publicly. (PPN tuʻu.)

    2. n. Stand, pedestal, base; stem, as of a goblet; frame of a bed, including footboard and headboard; end, as of a rainbow. Cf. kūmoe

    3. vs. In a state of, resembling, like, due to, because of (often followed by i or ā). Kū i ka pilikia, to be in trouble, wrong. Kū i ke kala, to forgive. A waiho kū ā maʻi maoli ihola ia, he remained very sick. I kū ka pōloli, eia nō ka ʻai, when hungry, here's food. Kū ā kahiko, as of long ago. Kū ka hakakā o kēlā poʻe, those people have long been fighting. Kū nō i ka makuahine, having the character or appearance of the mother. Kū loa i ka leo, exactly like the voice or tune, high fidelity. Hele ā nui ka iʻa, a kū ka hāʻawi, there were so many fish [they] gave [them) away. Waiho wale, mai nō ka limu, a kū ka pilau, the seaweed lay there until it stunk. hoʻo.kū To produce a resemblance, likeness. Na ia mea i hoʻokū ā maʻi iaʻu, that thing made me ill. (PPN tuu.)

    4. vi. To appear, show, reveal; to start, go; to achieve; to change into, transform; beginning, appearance; arrival. E noho ana nō māua e kamaʻilio, a kū ana ʻo Pele, we were sitting talking when Pele suddenly appeared. Ma ia malama e pono aʻe ka piʻa kū (Kep. 95), during this month it is right for the piʻa tuber to show above ground. Nā hana kū i ke aloha, deeds that show love. Kū a kanaka aʻela ua moʻo nei, the moʻo changed into a human. Kū a pōhaku (For. 4:61), to turn into stone. Ma ke kū o ia malama e helu ai i ka makahiki hou, with the coming of this month the new year will be counted in.

    5. vi. To run in schools, as fish; numerous, as octopus in season. Nānā, he akule kū! Look, the akule school is running! Kai kū weli, sea with phosphorescence.

    6. vs. vt. Suitable, proper, O.K., appropriate, fitting; ready, prepared; to fit, as clothes; merit, cause; to deserve. Cf. kūpono. I kū nō ka hele i ka lako i ke kālā, it is all right to go when supplied with money. ʻEʻoe kū ka hāuna lāʻau a kāua i kō kāne (FS 57), our club-thrusting technique is not suitable for your husband.

    7. vt. To rule or reign, as a land. Ua kū ʻo Liliʻu i ka moku, Liliʻu is ruler of the land.

    8. vt. To soak, as clothes.

    9. vt. To post, as a bond. Mea kū pona, bondsman.

    10. (Cap.) n. Name for the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth days of the month, usually called respectively Kū Kahi, Kū Lua, Kū Kolu, Kū Pau.

    11. (Cap.) n. Ancient Hawaiian god of war. Prayers connected with this major god include Kū-koliʻi, Kū-lawa, Kū-lewalewa, Kū-papaʻa, Kū-wā, Kū-wī. Cf. waipā. (For. 6:21.) (PEP Tuu.)

    12. vi. To set apart a period for prayers for a special object; to pray for. E kū ana au nou, I will be praying for you.

    13. n. Months of pregnancy. I ka hāpai ʻana a ka walu o ke kū, a laila kiʻi i ka lāʻau hoʻopaheʻe, in the eighth month of pregnancy, get some slimy medicine.

    14. Part. qualifying verbs (Gram. 7.1). Abruptly, rudely, defiantly, unceremoniously, without observance of taboos or niceties, brusque. See ʻai kū, kuke kū. Hoʻopuka kū, to speak plainly, crudely, bluntly, without regard for feelings of others. Kaha kū (FS 235), to go anywhere one pleases. Kāʻili kū, to snatch away ruthlessly. ʻAko kū i ka pua, to pick flowers without permission. Moaʻe kū, strong Moaʻe tradewind.

    15. nvi. Stew; to stew. Eng. Moa kū, stewed chicken.

    16. See ʻili kūpono.

          

  623. a laila1. A native twining shrub, Alyxia olivaeformis. St. John, 1975a, described four forms of maile based on leaf size and shape. They are believed to be sisters with human and plant forms and are listed below. They were considered minor goddesses of the hula. Maile kaluhea is also believed by some to be a sister. See moekahi, māpu, palai 1, and chants, līhau and ʻū 1. The maile vine has shiny fragrant leaves and is used for decorations and leis, especially on important occasions. It is a member of the periwinkle family. Laka, goddess of the hula, was invoked as the goddess of the maile, which was one of five standard plants used in her altar. (Neal 690-1.) (PPN maile.)

    2. Maile sticks attached to the end of the ʻaukuʻu (pole) used for catching birds (the maile was gummed with lime, and birds perching on it were caught); name of a snare used in catching plovers around the leg; rod or wand used in the games of pūhenehene and ʻume; piece securing an ox's neck to the yoke.

          

  624. ho'oku'iturn something over

          

  625. konahis/her

          

  626. nānāto plant, bury

          

  627. nanea'a'ole pala, 'a'ole mo'a; eyes where new shoot appear

          

  628. pauused up, over, ended, disappeared
    1. vs. Finished, ended, through, terminated, completed, over, all done; final, finishing; entirely, completely, very much; after; all, to have all; to be completely possessed, consumed, destroyed. (Used in loaʻa-type constructions, Gram. 4, as: E pau nō kēia hana iā kākou, we will finally finish this work; also an intensifier before verbs: see pau ʻeka, pau kilo, pau lehia, pau ʻono, pau pāʻele. Pau or pau ā precedes some words with meaning of "very, very much." Cf. pau maʻalea, pau ʻole, pau ʻono. Cf. also apau, kūʻike, pau a pau, pau loa, pau nui, -pau pilikia. Pau ka haʻawina, the lesson is finished. Pau ke kaʻa i ka nāhāhā, the car was completely destroyed. Pau ʻeka, very dirty, filthy. Oki pau ka hana a ka huila, extremely wonderful is the doing of the wheel. Pau nā luna i ka ʻeha, all the officers were injured. Pau i ka lilo, all sold, gone, taken, consumed. Ka pau ʻana ihola nō ia o kaʻu haʻawina, my lesson is just finished. Pau Pele, pau manō, consumed by Pele, consumed by a shark [an oath meaning "may I be destroyed if I have not spoken truth"]. Pau poʻo, pau hiʻu, consumed head, consumed tail [total destruction]. hoʻo.pau To put an end to, finish, get rid of, suppress, terminate, conclude, annul, stop, cancel, revoke, repeal, abolish, consume; to dismiss or discharge, as from work; to use too much, waste; cancellation, finishing; completely, all. Cf. hoʻopau manawa. Hoʻopau ʻana, abolition, cancellation, revocation. Hoʻopau hoʻoʻino ʻia aku, dishonorably discharged [as from the armed services]. Hoʻopau ʻai, to waste food, said figuratively of one not worth his food. Hoʻupau wale, nolle prosequi. E hoʻopau ʻoe i kāu uwe ʻana, stop your crying. E hoʻopau ʻia ā ma kēia ke hoʻopau loa ʻia nei ke kānāwai, the law shall be and hereby is revoked. Ka hoʻopau ʻana o ka ʻaelike, cancellation of contract. Ua hoʻopau ʻia kō Hauaʻīliki naʻau ʻeʻehia, ala aʻela ia ā halo wikiwiki akula (Laie 457), Hauaʻīliki's heart was completely filled with terror, he jumped and ran swiftly away. (PNP pau.)

          

  629. ʻōhiʻalomispeak

          

  630. lumikukebedroom

          

  631. kahawaistream, river

          

  632. hukilight fixture

          

  633. ko'upig

          

  634. 'akofragrance, smell

          

  635. lomirub softly between fingers

          

  636. 'ekoluland

          

  637. pakalakiunlucky

          

  638. 'anakalauncle

          

  639. hopebehind, after

          

  640. likepossible, arrive

          

  641. ke alanuistreet, road

          

  642. maile1. A native twining shrub, Alyxia olivaeformis. St. John, 1975a, described four forms of maile based on leaf size and shape. They are believed to be sisters with human and plant forms and are listed below. They were considered minor goddesses of the hula. Maile kaluhea is also believed by some to be a sister. See moekahi, māpu, palai 1, and chants, līhau and ʻū 1. The maile vine has shiny fragrant leaves and is used for decorations and leis, especially on important occasions. It is a member of the periwinkle family. Laka, goddess of the hula, was invoked as the goddess of the maile, which was one of five standard plants used in her altar. (Neal 690-1.) (PPN maile.)

    2. Maile sticks attached to the end of the ʻaukuʻu (pole) used for catching birds (the maile was gummed with lime, and birds perching on it were caught); name of a snare used in catching plovers around the leg; rod or wand used in the games of pūhenehene and ʻume; piece securing an ox's neck to the yoke.

          

  643. ahiknife

          

  644. pālulebook

          

  645. uku1. nvt. Pay, payment, wages, fee, fare, toll, commission, reward, recompense, compensation, remittance, tuition, prize, fine, tax, installment, tribute; to pay, remunerate, compensate, repay, revenge. Many types of uku are listed below. Naʻu e uku, I'll pay; my treat. Kou uku, your pay, wages (paid to you). Kāu uku, your pay, wages (paid to someone else).

          

  646. nagoat

          

  647. 'eluanumber two

          

  648. mākouwe (they and I)

          

  649. wā.waemilk

    n. Milk; a wet nurse; breast. Lit., breast liquid. Kau ka waiū, breasts filled with milk. Keiki waiū, nursing child. Hoʻokau i ka waiū, to perform ceremonies to make the breasts fill with milk. Lele ka waiū, breast milk has ceased to flow. Hoʻolele i ka waiū, to perform ceremonies to make the breast cease flowing. He ʻāina e kahe ana ka waiū a me ia meli (Nah. 14.8), a land which flows with milk and honey. (PNP waiuu.)

          

  650. kūkuluset up, build

          

  651. onevi. To fade, wilt, wither, droop; partially dry, as clothes; to fade away (Hal. 18.45); to pine away (Oihk. 26.39); to waste away, as with illness, Noke i ko ʻaka ā mae ka ʻiwiʻaoʻao, kept on laughing until their ribs ached. hoʻo.mae To cause to wilt, fade; to fade. (PPN mae.)

          

  652. ku'i 'opihigather, pick up, collect

          

  653. haolewait for, wait

          

  654. ho'opaebring ashore, cast ashore

          

  655. kukuihelepōlantern

          

  656. makuakānefather

          

  657. weheopen, take off

          

  658. hauʻoligrow (something) raise (plant)

          

  659. kuenesteward, stewardess

          

  660. lā'auwood

          

  661. halepule1. n. Lord, master, overseer, employer, owner, possessor, proprietor. A chief was often addressed as ē kuʻu haku, my master. See Haku-o-Hawaiʻi. Kona haku, his lord. ʻO Iēhowa ka Haku (Isa. 50.5), the Lord Jehovah. hoʻo.haku To act as haku, dominate; to treat as a haku; to rule others, sometimes without authority; bossy. ʻA ʻole ʻoe e hoʻohaku maluna ona me ka ʻoʻolea (Oihk. 25.43), you shall not rule over him with rigor. (PCP fatu.)

    2. vt. To compose, invent, put in order, arrange; to braid, as a lei, or plait, as feathers. Cf. haku mele. Ka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o nā ʻiʻiwi (Laie 479), plaited helmet made with ʻiʻiwi feathers. (PPN fatu.)

    3. n. Core, lump, as of poi; stone, coconut sponge. Cf. pōhaku, haku maka, haku ʻōnohi. Haku ipu, pulp and seeds of melon. Haku kā koʻi (Malo 51), stone for chipping. (PPN fatu.)

          

  662. kalotaro

          

  663. mālagarden

          

  664. 'elemakuleAugust

          

  665. hā.paiChinese

    nvs. China, Chinese (noted in documents in the State Archives dated 1854, but possibly of earlier introduction) Also Kina. See maʻi Pākē, maiʻa Pākē. ʻĀina Pākē, China. hoʻo.pākē To imitate or act like a Chinese. (Chinese pake ye, father's older brother.)

          

  666. makawork

          

  667. ho'olohemix (poi)

          

  668. holoholorub softly between fingers

          

  669. 'awapuhigather, pick up, collect

          

  670. luahole, pit

          

  671. leito wear around the neck as a lei, lei

          

  672. hā.ʻawi maigive to (me or us)

          

  673. laulauhe 'ano mea'ai Hawaii

          

  674. hulupull, pull out

          

  675. mālielie down; bed

          

  676. ki'i'oni'oniblackboard

          

  677. PepelualiFebruary

          

  678. ma'imy

          

  679. lō'ihibeard, mustache

          

  680. kikokikoserrated

          

  681. kāpuluto cook in an imu

          

  682. puhismoke (tobacco)

          

  683. ka 'onothe delicious taste

          

  684. kukūthorn

    1. nvs. Thorn, barb, spine, bur; barbed, thorny, prickly, burry; jabbed, pricked, hurt by a thorn. Lāʻau kukū (1 Sam. 13.6), brambles, thicket. Uwea kukū, barbed wire.

    2. Redup. of kū 1, to hit; crowded. Kō pāpālina e kukū nei (song), your cheeks that stand firm. Lihilihi kukū, eyelashes that project. Ua hele wale a kukū kānaka, the people are standing close together. Kukū mai nā hoʻomanaʻo ʻana o ke au i hala aku, crowding memories of the past.

          

  685. kanuused up, over, ended, disappeared
    1. vs. Finished, ended, through, terminated, completed, over, all done; final, finishing; entirely, completely, very much; after; all, to have all; to be completely possessed, consumed, destroyed. (Used in loaʻa-type constructions, Gram. 4, as: E pau nō kēia hana iā kākou, we will finally finish this work; also an intensifier before verbs: see pau ʻeka, pau kilo, pau lehia, pau ʻono, pau pāʻele. Pau or pau ā precedes some words with meaning of "very, very much." Cf. pau maʻalea, pau ʻole, pau ʻono. Cf. also apau, kūʻike, pau a pau, pau loa, pau nui, -pau pilikia. Pau ka haʻawina, the lesson is finished. Pau ke kaʻa i ka nāhāhā, the car was completely destroyed. Pau ʻeka, very dirty, filthy. Oki pau ka hana a ka huila, extremely wonderful is the doing of the wheel. Pau nā luna i ka ʻeha, all the officers were injured. Pau i ka lilo, all sold, gone, taken, consumed. Ka pau ʻana ihola nō ia o kaʻu haʻawina, my lesson is just finished. Pau Pele, pau manō, consumed by Pele, consumed by a shark [an oath meaning "may I be destroyed if I have not spoken truth"]. Pau poʻo, pau hiʻu, consumed head, consumed tail [total destruction]. hoʻo.pau To put an end to, finish, get rid of, suppress, terminate, conclude, annul, stop, cancel, revoke, repeal, abolish, consume; to dismiss or discharge, as from work; to use too much, waste; cancellation, finishing; completely, all. Cf. hoʻopau manawa. Hoʻopau ʻana, abolition, cancellation, revocation. Hoʻopau hoʻoʻino ʻia aku, dishonorably discharged [as from the armed services]. Hoʻopau ʻai, to waste food, said figuratively of one not worth his food. Hoʻupau wale, nolle prosequi. E hoʻopau ʻoe i kāu uwe ʻana, stop your crying. E hoʻopau ʻia ā ma kēia ke hoʻopau loa ʻia nei ke kānāwai, the law shall be and hereby is revoked. Ka hoʻopau ʻana o ka ʻaelike, cancellation of contract. Ua hoʻopau ʻia kō Hauaʻīliki naʻau ʻeʻehia, ala aʻela ia ā halo wikiwiki akula (Laie 457), Hauaʻīliki's heart was completely filled with terror, he jumped and ran swiftly away. (PNP pau.)

          

  686. kapakahicrooked

          

  687. 'omasore

          

  688. kawawato comb, shave, comb, smooth out; (ke wahi) the place

          

  689. 'i'opipi beef

          

  690. haupian. Pudding formerly made of arrowroot (pia) and coconut cream, now usually made with cornstarch. Cf. haukō.

          

  691. welelauto fly, to get off a vehicle

          

  692. hā.mamavi. Open, as a door or obstruction; to open, gape, yawn. Uē hāmama, to cry loudly. Hāmama ka puka, the door is open. Uwoki ʻoe e hāmama ana ka waha i ka makani, be careful lest your mouth be open to the wind [and you will have cause for weeping]. hoʻo.hā.mama To open, expose; to pretend to open, yawn. Ua hoʻohāmama loa lākou i kō lākou waha iaʻu (Hal. 35.21), they opened wide their mouth against me. (PCP faamama.)

          

  693. heiheirace

          

  694. alawake up

          

  695. paikikalato have victory, victory

          

  696. 'elimanumber five

          

  697. melemeledead, die

          

  698. me'ami hea - with

          

  699. mea'aifood

          

  700. Pā.kēChinese

    nvs. China, Chinese (noted in documents in the State Archives dated 1854, but possibly of earlier introduction) Also Kina. See maʻi Pākē, maiʻa Pākē. ʻĀina Pākē, China. hoʻo.pākē To imitate or act like a Chinese. (Chinese pake ye, father's older brother.)

          

  701. iarain

          

  702. ho'opiogood looking, beautiful

          

  703. lanawork

          

  704. ipuhao1. n. Short for pīkaʻo 2. Rare.

    2. n. Pitcher (Eng.), vase.

    3. n. Beet (Beta vulgaris). (Neal 331.) Eng.

    4. n. Picul; half. Eng.

    5. vs. Hot, as peppery food (said in pidgin Eng.).

          

  705. KupulauSpring (season)

          

  706. ke ehugo

          

  707. wai.ūpakake kumu.lā.ʻau hala

          

  708. kīaha(drinking) glass

          

  709. hō'oiopicture; go get, fetch

          

  710. palulaschool

          

  711. Mae1. n. A lowland tree (Hibiscus tiliaceus), found in many warm countries, some spreading horizontally over the ground forming impenetrable thickets, and some trained on trellises. The leaves are rounded and heart-shaped, the flowers cup-shaped, with five large petals that change through the day from yellow to dull-red. Formerly the light, tough wood served for outriggers of canoes, the bast for rope, the sap and flowers for medicine. (Neal 559-60.) Of the two varieties of hau, a rare erect one (hau oheohe) was grown for its bast and a creeping one (hau) was planted for wind-breaks. (HP 196.) See ʻau hau. (PPN fau.)

    2. nvs. Cool, iced; ice, frost, dew, snow (see ex., ʻale 1); a cool breeze; to blow, of a cool breeze. Cf. kēhau. Wai hua ʻai hau, iced fruit punch. (PPN sau.)

    3. Same as hahau 1; to hit, smite, beat, tap. (PPN faʻu sau.)

    4. Same as hahau 2; to lay before; to offer, as a sacrifice or prayer.

    5. n. A soft porous stone, as used for polishing calabashes. Rare.

    6. n. Mother-of-pearl shell. Rare.

          

  712. 'ehānumber nine

          

  713. lauleaf; sweet potato stem slip

    lau
    1. nvi. Leaf, frond, leaflet, greens; to leaf out. Lau is sometimes contracted to lā-, as lāʻī, lāʻie, lāʻō. hoʻo.lau To grow leaves; to leaf out. (PPN lau.)

    2. n. Dragnet, seine, so called because formerly made of ti leaves (lau) tied to a rope. Cf. hukilau, lauahi, lauʻapoʻapo, laukō. hoʻo.lau

    a. To use a lau.

    b. A bundle of grass or ferns set in water to attract shrimps or ʻoʻopu fish; a net was placed under this bundle, and the fish shaken into it. (PPN rau.)

    3. n. Sheet; surface; blade, as of grass. Cf. lā- 2; lauahi, lauhoe, laulā, laumania, moena lau.

    4. num. To be much, many; very many, numerous; four hundred. Cf. kini, mano. Ahe lau makani, gentle winds, caressing. Lau ā lau nā hōkū o ka lani, hundreds and hundreds of stars in the heaven. Lau lena ka pua o ka māmane, the māmane is yellow with blossoms. hoʻo.lau To make numerous; to assemble, as of numerous persons or animals; numerous. (PPN rau.)

    5. n. Pattern, as for quilts; design; print of a cloth. Pāhoehoe lau, brocaded satin.

    6. n. Thatched mountain hut, as used by farmers, canoe-makers, birdcatchers.

    7. n. Tip, as of the tongue; top (probably related to wēlau and ʻēlau, tip). Lau make, death-dealing tip, as of a weapon. Moe ... i ka lau o ka lihilihi (Kep. 115), to doze; lit., sleep by the tip of the eyelash.

    8. n. Sweet-potato slip or vine.

          

  714. mo'acooked

          

  715. kaomipress (button)

          

  716. umi'umisharp; -er, better, worse

          

  717. kāweleopen, take off

          

  718. alahelePathway

          

  719. lailathere (always i laila, ma laila, etc.)

          

  720. wai.ūmilk

    n. Milk; a wet nurse; breast. Lit., breast liquid. Kau ka waiū, breasts filled with milk. Keiki waiū, nursing child. Hoʻokau i ka waiū, to perform ceremonies to make the breasts fill with milk. Lele ka waiū, breast milk has ceased to flow. Hoʻolele i ka waiū, to perform ceremonies to make the breast cease flowing. He ʻāina e kahe ana ka waiū a me ia meli (Nah. 14.8), a land which flows with milk and honey. (PNP waiuu.)

          

  721. 'ohinumber ten

          

  722. waiwaicrunchy, as good 'opihi

          

  723. kopeSand

          

  724. ho'okahi hanelimix (poi)

          

  725. ke'oke'owhite

          

  726. ihufull

          

  727. kauohaorder, command

          

  728. 'āinafishing net

          

  729. makahikiyear