p pronounced as pī, for the single letter, as when spelling a word.
P1 abbreviation for Poʻakahi (Monday).
P2 abbreviation for Poʻalua (Tuesday).
P3 abbreviation for Poʻakolu (Wednesday).
P4 abbreviation for Poʻahā (Thursday).
P5 abbreviation for Poʻalima (Friday).
P6 abbreviation for Poʻaono (Saturday).
pa-, pā- prefix to many bases, with general meaning of "in the nature of, having the quality of". cf. pāheahea, pahemo, pāhemahema, pāhaʻohaʻo, etc.. (Gram. 6.3.2) PPN *pa-.
pā- prefix to numerals: at a time, at once, number of times; to divide by. cf. lele₇. (Gram. 10.3) FIS MTH
hoʻopā-caus/sim. cf. hoʻopālima
miki pāluato eat poi with two fingers
pāluadoubly, by twos, two at a time, twice; to divide in two shares
Pālua i ka iʻa.Divide the fish in two shares.
pā₁ nvi. fence, wall, corral, pen, sty, enclosure, courtyard, patio, arena, (house) lot, yard, extremity; to build a fence, enclosure. cf. pānini. [(MP) PPn *paa, enclosure, fence]
pā₂ n. dish, plate, pan; elongated food bowl used for meat or fish; flat basin; phonograph record, disk (preceded by ke). cf. halepā. [PPn *paa, plate, platter, bowl]FIS
kopa mīkini holoi pādishwasher soap
mīkini holoi pādishwasher
pā n. disk (preceded by ke). FIS
pā hoʻomakastartup disk
pā kamepiulacomputer disk
pā maʻemaʻeblank disk
pā malulefloppy disk
pā paʻalokohard disk
pā paʻaloko weheremovable hard disk
pā polokalamuprogram disk
pā₃ n. mother-of-pearl shell (Pinctada margaritifera); pearl-shell lure; fishhook (cf. pā ʻiʻo, pā kau ulua). Both ke and ka are used with pā₃. [(OC) PPn *paa, fish-hook (trolling)]FIS
pā ā eoa successful pā lure
pā haushell with white on inside
pā maevariegated shell; lit., faded shell
pā₄ nvs., nvi. a broadly used loaʻa-type word , 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. (Gram. 4.4) [PPn *paa, slap, strike against]FIS
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.
hoʻopāabout the same as pā₄ ; to touch; to try out, test
hoʻopā ikito touch lightly or cautiously; to eat or drink sparingly
ka pā ʻana a ka lāsunshine
Mālama o lilo i ka lima ā pā.Watch out or [it] will disappear into [someone's] hands and be taken away.
Mālama o pā.Watch or you'll be hurt.
ʻO ka pā kōnane a ka mahina.The bright touch of the moon. (song)
pā i ka leoto be struck by a voice, i.e., to be told something that hurts the feelings, to be rebuked
Pā i ka makau.Touched by a hook [said of a fish that has been hooked and then, having escaped, is very wary].
Pā i ka ʻupena.Touched by a net [sald of a fish that has escaped a net and is wary].
pā ka ʻaito taste food
Pā ka ʻāina iāʻoe.You'll get control of the land. (FS 133)
pā kanakato have sexual experience; lit., touch someone
pā kīʻahato touch a tumbler; to sip intoxicants
Pā nō lilo.Touch and gone [of a stolen object].
Ua pā maila kuʻu lima iāʻoe.You touched my hand.
pā₅ 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.
pā₆ vs. barren, as a female; to have ceased bearing; parched, as land. [PPn *paʻa, barren (of a woman)]
hoʻopāto procure barrenness, as by prayer or medication
ʻO Kila pā wahine.Kila, the last born of the woman.
pā₇ n. flat top of a hat.
pā₈ n. lowest and highest note in the musical scale, do. MUS
pā n. do, the first note on the musical scale. see pākōlī. MUS
pā₉ vs. temporary, fleeting.
he nohona pā waletemporary residence
pā₁₀ n. section of net attached to a bag in certain types of fishing. FIS NET
huina pāintercept, in math
huina pā xx-intercept
paʻa₁ nvs. a common and broadly used loaʻa-type word ; 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. (Gram. 4.4) HUL ILL MUS
ʻaila paʻathick grease
E loaʻa ai ke anapaʻa o nā paʻa.Obtaining the cubic content of a solid.
E paʻa ā paʻa ʻolua i ke kaula.Hold fast to the rope.
hana paʻasteady work
Hoʻonoho ihola lākou iāia ma kahi paʻa.They put him in custody. (Nah. 15.34)
hoʻopaʻaTo 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 aʻo hanaapprentice
hoʻopaʻa haoto weld
hoʻopaʻa i ka hauto freeze (i.e., ice solidifies)
Hoʻopaʻa i kāna ʻae.Holding back his consent.
Hoʻopaʻa ihola lāua ā ʻelua i berita.The two together sealed a covenant. (Kin. 21.27)
hoʻopaʻa inoato register, enroll
hoʻopaʻa kuleanato copyright, establish ownership
hoʻopaʻa lehoto get calluses from work
hoʻopaʻa manawato make an appointment
hoʻopaʻa moʻoleloto keep the minutes; to record a story
hoʻopaʻa olalife insurance
I hoʻopaʻa mai iā lākou iho.To bind themselves [as under contract to a chief]. (Nak. 27)
I paʻa ke kino i ka lāʻau.That the body be strengthened by medicine.
kanu paʻato bury whole, as a body
leka i hoʻopaʻa ʻiaregistered letter
Mai paʻa i ka leo, he ʻole ka hea mai.Do not withhold the voice, or refuse to call to us. [said by one wishing permission to enter a hula]. (hula password)
Mai paʻa ʻoe iaʻu.Don't detain me.
mea paʻa ipu haoa pot holder
mea paʻa molakimortgagee
nā lole i paʻa muaready-made clothes
noho paʻapermanent residence
paʻa ā paʻaheld fast
Paʻa i ka hana.Very busy working.
paʻa i ka ʻoleto deny persistently
paʻa i ka ʻūkelestuck in the mud
Paʻa ka hale hou.The new house is finished.
Paʻa ka manaʻo.Determined in thought; to have made up one's mind.
Paʻa ka puka.The door is closed.
Paʻa ka wai ā lilo i hau.Water solidified into ice.
Paʻa ke kelepona.The telephone line is busy.
Paʻa mai me ona lole ʻauʻau.Bring some bathing suits too.
Paʻa maila ʻo uka i nā kānaka.The shore was packed solid with people. (FS 71)
paʻa meleone versed in songs
Paʻa ʻoia ma ka pono.He is steadfast in righteousness.
Ua hoʻopaʻa au i mau noho no māua i ka ʻaha mele.I reserved some seats for us at the concert.
Ua paʻa iāia ka waha o ka poʻe Sadukaio.He had silenced the mouths of the Sadducees. (Mat. 22.34)
Ua paʻa kaʻu haʻawina.My lesson is learned.
uku hoʻopaʻainsurance premium
uku paʻafixed salary
paʻa n. geometric solid. cf. hoa like, paukū. see kuʻina paʻa, pena paʻa mania. HUL ILL MUS
hua paʻaconstant term, in math
vs. three-dimensional, in math. cf. papa. MTH
kiʻiʻoniʻoni kohu paʻa3D movie
kinona paʻathree-dimensional figure
kohu paʻathree-dimensional or 3D, as a picture or movie
vs. closed, as a frame in a computer program. cf. kaʻakaʻa. CMP
mōlina paʻaclosed frame
paʻa₂ n. pair, couple; couplet. cf. paʻa kāmaʻa, paʻa lio, paʻa male.
paʻa₃ n. suit of clothes.
nā paʻa kapagarments (Lunk. 14.12)
paʻa₄ n. stratum, foundation, especially paʻailalo, earth, and paʻailuna, heavens.
paʻa₅ n. extremity, border.
paʻa₆ n. type of sweet potato, pronunciation not certain. (For. 5:664–5) SWP
pāʻā var. spelling of paʻaʻā₁, fiber...
pāʻā₁ same as paʻaʻā₁, , fish, tapa... paʻaʻā₂, fish, tapa... FIS TAP
pāʻā₂ vs. dry and rocky.
He ʻāina pāʻā.A dry, rocky land.
paʻaʻā₁, pāʻā n. fiber, as of sugar-cane stalk or of banana sheath (probably a contraction of paʻa, solid, and ʻaʻa, fiber). BAN
paʻaʻā₂, pāʻā var. of pāpaʻa₃.
pāʻāʻā₁ n. first stage of growth of the fish akule, 6 or 7 cm. long. cf. halalū. FIS
pāʻāʻā₂ n. inferior tapa made from small lengths of bark. TAP
pā ʻaʻaho, pāʻaʻaho corral, rail fence. (EH)
paʻa ʻahu, pā ʻahu n. a carrier of mats (Kep. 129), a heap of mats.
paʻa ʻāina n.v. landholder; to hold land.
paʻaalewa [paʻa·alewa] vi. flexed-arm hang. lit., hanging fixed.
paʻaaloha [paʻa·aloha] same as paʻaloha.
paʻa ea vs. airtight. lit., hold air.
he hōkelo paʻa eaan airtight container
paʻahana₁ [paʻa·hana] nvs. industrious, busy, hard-working; workman, laborer, worker, industry.
paʻahana₂ [paʻa·hana] n. implement, tool, utensil, furnishings. (Nah. 7.1)
mea paʻahanatool, workman
paʻahao₁ [paʻa·hao] nvi. prisoner, convict; to be imprisoned.
hale paʻahaoprison, jail
hoʻopaʻahaoto make a prisoner
hoʻopaʻahao pono ʻolefalse imprisonment
paʻahao₂ [paʻa·hao] n. proceeds (as pigs, sweet potatoes or taro) paid to holders of land on which tenants worked; penalty for failure to pay was imprisonment. cf. lā paʻahao, loʻi paʻahao. SWP TAR
paʻahapa [paʻa·hapa] FOO
ʻailakele paʻahapaunsaturated fat
paʻahau [paʻa·hau] vs. frozen. cf. hoʻopaʻahau. [sh. paʻa i ka hau.]. see kēkelē.
ʻaila ʻaʻalo paʻahauantifreeze
au paʻahauIce Age
Paʻahau ka wai i ke kēkelē ʻole o ke Kelekia.Water freezes at zero degrees Celsius.
paʻa helu n. number pair. MTH
paʻa helu kuhikuhinacoordinates; ordered pair, i.e. two numbers used to give the location of a point on a graph, in math
pā ahi n. shovel (RSV), fire pan (KJV) (Preceded by ke). (Ier. 52.19) TOO
paʻahia [paʻa·hia] pas/imp. of paʻa₁.
paʻahihi [paʻa·hihi] vs. spread here and there.
paʻahiku [paʻa·hiku] n. heptagon.
paʻahono [paʻa·hono] same as pāhono, mend, sew...
pā ʻahu var. of paʻa ʻahu.
paʻa i ka hana busy, employed. (EH)
paʻa i ka lakaʻia locked. (EH)
paʻa i ka limu moss-grown. (EH)
paʻa i ka mana o under the spell of. (EH)
paʻa i ka noe misty. (EH)
paʻa i kaʻole deny persistently. (EH)
paʻa i ka ʻūkele stuck in the mud. (EH)
paʻa i ka waihoʻoluʻu colored. (EH)
pāʻaila n. the castor-oil plant (Ricinus communis), an introduced shrub with large lobed leaves and dry prickly seed cases. The seeds contain a dangerous poison. The Hawaiians use the leaves, rubbed on the face, to relieve fever. also kaʻapehā, kamākou, kolī, lāʻau ʻaila. (Neal 509–10)PLA
paʻailalo [paʻa-i-lalo] n. the earth below.
paʻaʻili n. a solid, usually with number of sides following, as paʻaʻili hā. lit., surface solid. MTH
paʻaʻili [paʻa·ʻili] see entries beginning with paʻaʻili. MTH
paʻaʻili hā n. four-sided solid (this term was said to be used formerly for a pyramid).
paʻaʻilihā [paʻa·ʻili·hā] n. tetrahedron, a space figure with four faces, in math. [comb. paʻaʻili + hā.]. MTH
paʻaʻili hā like n. paʻaʻili with equal sides.
paʻaʻili iwakālua [paʻaʻili iwa·kā·lua] n. a twenty-sided solid.
paʻaʻili iwakālua [paʻa·ʻili iwa·kā·lua] n. icosahedron, a space figure with twenty faces, in math. [comb. paʻaʻili + iwakālua.]. MTH
paʻaʻili kaulike hiō [paʻaʻili kau·like hiō] n. oblique parallelepiped. lit., solid leaning similarly.
paʻaʻili kūpono [paʻaʻili kū·pono] n. cube or rectangular parallelepiped. lit., straight solid.
paʻaʻili lehu lehu [paʻa·ʻili lehu lehu] n. polyhedron, a space figure with many faces, in math. [comb. paʻaʻili + lehulehu.]. also paʻaʻili. MTH
paʻaʻili ono n. six-sided solid, cube; cubic. see ex. iā, yard.
paʻaʻiliono [paʻa·ʻili·ono] n. hexahedron, a space figure with six faces, in math; cube, cubic. see paʻaʻiliono analahi, paʻaʻiliono kōkua helu.
ʻīā paʻaʻilionocubic yard
paʻaʻiliono analahi [paʻa·ʻili·ono ana·lahi] n. cube, in math. also paʻaʻiliono. [comb. paʻaʻiliono + analahi.]. see paʻaʻiliono. MTH
paʻaʻiliono kōkua helu [paʻaʻili·ono kō·kua helu] n. counting cube, in math. lit., cube (to) help count. cf. moena kōkua helu, ʻaukū kōkua helu. also paʻaʻiliono. MTH
paʻaʻili ono like n. cube. lit., equal six solid.
paʻaʻili ʻumikūmālua [paʻa·ʻili ʻumi·kū·mā·lua] n. dodecahedron, a space figure with twelve faces, in math. [comb. paʻaʻili + ʻumikūmālua.]. MTH
paʻaʻiliʻumi kumamālua [paʻaʻiliʻumi kuma·mā·lua] n. a twelve-sided solid.
paʻaʻiliwalu [paʻa·ʻili·walu] n. octahedron, a space figure with eight faces, in math. [comb. paʻaʻili + walu.]. MTH
paʻailuna [paʻa-i-luna] n. heavens above.
paʻa i nā mele poetic. (EH)
paʻa ipu kuha n. bearer of the chief's spittoon.
paʻa ka hanu smother. (EH)
paʻa kāhili [paʻa kā·hili] n.v. bearer of the royal feather standard; to carry a kāhili.
paʻa ka houpo The stomach is full. (EH)
paʻakai₁ [paʻa·kai] n. salt; encrusted discharge in the inner corners of the eyes, as after sleeping. Types of salt are paʻakai lele wai, very fine, dried salt; paʻakai walewale, slimy salt; paʻakai puʻupuʻu, coarse salt; paʻakai lepo, salt mixed with earth; paʻakai ʻulaʻula, salt mixed with ocherous earth. cf. ʻalaea₁. [Pn(MQ) *paka-tai, salt]FOO
Lokopaʻakai.Salt Lake City.
paʻakai₂ [paʻa·kai] n. a variety of taro, usually grown in the uplands, the plant short and stocky; petioles dark-green, edged with red; corm flesh white, used chiefly for poi. PLA TAR POI
paʻakai₃ [paʻa·kai] same as līpaʻakai, a seaweed. SWD
paʻakai ʻepesoma [paʻa·kai ʻepe·soma] n. Epsom salt. [comb. paʻakai + Eng.].
paʻakai hao [paʻa·kai hao] n. copperas. (Ka-Hae-Hawaii), May 13, 1857.
paʻakaiheleleʻi [paʻa·kai·hele·leʻi] n. a fish, said to be one of the Hemiramphidae. lit., scattered salt. FIS
paʻakai holoi [paʻa·kai holoi] n. lye (RSV), nitre (KJV) lit., washing salt. (Ier. 2.22)
paʻakai hoʻohanuhanu [paʻa·kai hoʻo·hanu·hanu] n. smelling salts.
paʻakaihū [paʻa·kai·hū] n. effervescent solution.
paʻakai inu [paʻa·kai inu] n. epsom salts. lit., drinking salt.
paʻakai mikomiko [paʻa·kai miko·miko] n. a variety of taro. TAR
paʻakai muʻemuʻe [paʻa·kai muʻe·muʻe] n. alum. lit., bitter salt.
paʻakai ʻulaʻula salt treated with ocherous earth used to color and flavor it. (EH)
paʻa kāmaʻa [paʻa kā·maʻa] n. pair of shoes.
paʻa ka manaʻo dedicated, devoted, determined. (EH)
paʻa kapa garments. (EH)
paʻakea [paʻa·kea] n. limestone, coral beds, as found on the leeward sides of the islands. lit., white hardness.
paʻa ke kelepona the telephone is busy. (EH)
paʻakikī [paʻa·kikī] vs. hard, tough, unyielding; arbitrary, inflexible, compact, difficult, stubborn (Kanl. 9.27) , obstinate.
hoʻopaʻakikīsame as paʻakikī; to cause hardness, obstinacy; to pretend to be hard, stubborn
Mai paʻakikī aku ʻoe i ke anu.Don't be so obstinate about going out in the cold.
paʻakō [paʻa·kō] n. dry lowland plain. (Kep. 87)
hoʻopaʻakopecopyright; to copyright
paʻa kūʻauhau versed in genealogy. (EH)
paʻakūkū [paʻa·kū·kū] vi. to jell, set firmly, congeal; to clot, as blood; to stiffen, as hard poi; avaricious. POI
hoʻopaʻakūkūto cause to clot, congeal, etc
koko paʻakūkūblood clot
paʻakūkū [paʻa·kū·kū] vs. coagulated, as blood. POI
pā akule n. fish pond for trapping akule, fish. FIS
hoʻopaʻa kuleananvt. Copyright; to copyright
paʻalā₁ [paʻa·lā] n. smooth, water-worn ʻalā rock. (FS 153)
Paʻalā₂ [paʻa·lā] n. a Maui wind. WIN
Paʻalaʻa [paʻa·laʻa] same as paʻalā₂; see chant, kaʻalani.
paʻalalo [paʻa·lalo] n. attendants of a chief; bridal attendants.
paʻa lau n.v. those holding a lau, dragnet; to hold the lau.
paʻalia [paʻa·lia] pas/imp. of paʻa₁.
Eia ʻo Hawaiʻi ua ao, paʻalia i ka pono i ka lima.Here is Hawaiʻi, enlightened, held by justice in the hand. (name song for Liliʻuokalani)
paʻaliʻi [paʻa·liʻi] same as koali ʻai, a morning-glory, when used as a medicine. ILL FLO
paʻa likelike [paʻa like·like] n. suit, as in a deck of playing cards. Niʻihau. SPO
paʻalima [paʻa·lima] n. pentagon.
paʻa lima nvs. held in the hand; handle.
ʻAuhea kuʻu ʻekeʻeke paʻa lima?Where is my handbag?
paʻa lima vs. held in the hand, hand-held.
aniani paʻa limahand mirror
pānānā paʻa limapocket compass
paʻa lio n. team of horses.
paʻa loa firmly established or imbedded, obstinate. (EH)
paʻaloha [paʻa·loha] n. keepsake, memento, souvenir. also paʻaaloha.
paʻaloko [paʻa·loko] vs. built-in. see kakena paʻaloko, pā paʻaloko. [comb. paʻa + loko.]. cf. kūloko. CMP
He mōkema paʻaloko kō kēia kamepiula.This computer has a built-in modem.
waihona ʻike paʻalokobuilt-in memory, in a computer
paʻalole [paʻa·lole] n. suit of clothes. also paʻalole komo.
paʻalole hele lewa [paʻa·lole hele lewa] n. space suit. lit., suit (for) walking (in) space. SCI
paʻa lole komo suit (clothing). (EH)
paʻalole makalike, paʻa lole makalike [paʻa·lole maka·like] n. uniform, as of military.
paʻalua₁ [paʻa·lua] n. a variety of banana. BAN
paʻalua₂ [paʻa·lua] n. deuce.
pāʻālua [pā·ʻā·lua] n. code. [sh. pāpālua + ʻālualua.]. see hoʻopāʻālua, poʻo pāʻālua. CMP
hoʻokala pāʻāluato unencrypt, as a code or computer data
pāʻālua HTMLHTML source code, in computer programming. Lit., HTML code. [+]
pāʻālua kaʻina hanakey code, as for the order to press keys on a calculator to find an answer
paʻa luhi S vs. overcome with weariness.
paʻalula [paʻa·lula] nvs. formal, according to rule, decorous; to observe rules, as of etiquette; one who observes such rules.
paʻalula ʻoleone with poor manners, uncouth
paʻa lula ʻole uncouth. (EH)
paʻamāhuaola [paʻa·mā·hua·ola] n. nutrient salts, i.e. the deposits that remain after a liquid has been removed. [sh. paʻakai + māhuaola.]. SCI
paʻa male n. married couple.
paʻa male hou n. bridal couple.
paʻa manaʻo vs. firm in one's memory; memorized.
hoʻopaʻa manaʻoto keep a memorandum, make a record of thoughts, memorize
paʻa manehu kūʻēʻē [paʻa manehu kū·ʻē·ʻē] n. action-reaction pair, i.e. two forces having equal strength but opposite directions, in science. lit., opposing force pair. SCI
paʻa mau vs. regular, customary, usual. lit., continually fixed.
hālāwai paʻa maucustomary or regular meeting
manawa paʻa mauusual or regular time
paʻa mau vs. sustained.
loaʻa paʻa mausustained yield, as in crop production
paʻamau [paʻa·mau] n. default, as in a computer program. [comb. paʻa + mau.]. CMP
Ua hoʻopaʻa ʻia ke kinona hua paʻamau ma ka Times.The default font is set at Times.
paʻa mau noʻonoʻo [paʻa mau noʻo·noʻo] nvs. a keepsake, memento; to keep a thought of something. lit., hold continued thinking.
paʻa mele one learned in songs, versed in songs. (EH)
pā a me nā pola like ʻole china (crockery). (EH)
paʻa moʻolelo [paʻa moʻo·lelo] nvs. versed in lore, legends, history, tradition; documented in such; one so versed.
paʻa mua vs. ready-made, as clothes.
paʻamua₁ [paʻa·mua] nvs. gaseous condition of the bowels, to have such. ILL
paʻamua₂ [paʻa·mua] n. dam, windbreak.
paʻamua₃ [paʻa·mua] nvs. steadfast in prayer for the welfare of the family, one so steadfast. rare.
paʻanā [paʻa·nā] same as paʻapaʻanā₁, paʻapaʻanā₂.
pā ana n. balancing tray for scales (preceded by ke). lit., measuring plate. SCI
pā ʻana a ka lā sunshine. (EH)
paʻanaʻau [paʻa·naʻau] vs. memorized, remembered. lit., fixed intestines.
paʻanehe [paʻa·nehe] same as palanehe, noiseless, quiet, dainty, deft... rare.
paʻanehe mālalaioa skilled. (EH)
pāʻani nvt. play, sport, game, amusement, joke; joking, playing, amusing, playful; to play, sport. [Pn(CE) *paakani, to compete]SPO MUS
he mea hoʻopāʻania game
hoʻopāʻanito make sport, cause to play, joke, playful
mea pāʻanitoy, plaything
pāʻani kinipōpōto play ball; ballplayer
pāʻani lapafrolic. cf. hoʻokani, to play music
pāʻani pepato play cards
pā aniani [pā ani·ani] n. glass dish (preceded by ke).
pāaniani₁, paaniani [pā·ani·ani] n. same as pāniani₁; spanner, an instrument for making rope of hair or yarn; spun yarn.
pāaniani [pā·ani·ani] n. yarn. see kā pāaniani.
pāaniani₂ [pā·ani·ani] vs. same as pāniani₂; clear. rare.
pāʻani hewa (e kū ʻole i nā kānāwai) foul (in sports). (EH)
pāʻani iwi [pā·ʻani iwi] vt. to play dominoes. lit., play bones. see iwi pāʻani. SPO
pāʻani kinipōpō to play ball, to play baseball, ballplayer. (EH)
pāʻani koho guessing game. (EH)
pāʻani kohokoho [pāʻani koho·koho] n.v. guessing game, puzzle; to play such games.
pāʻani lāʻau n. any stick game.
pāʻani lapa frolic. (EH)
pāʻani pepa to play cards. (EH)
pāʻani wale to trifle. (EH)
pā ānuenue [pā ā·nue·nue] n. pearl-shell lure named for the rainbow (ānuenue). WIN
Pāʻao₁ n. name of a star, said to be one of a large group resembling a double canoe. Pāʻao was a famous priest said to have conveyed a colony from Central Polynesia to Hawaiʻi. STA CAN
Pāʻao₂ a priest from Tahiti who landed at Puna, Hawaii. He built the heiau Moʻokini at Hawaiʻi, and is said to have introduced human sacrifice, walled heiaus, red-feather girdles as a sign of rank, taboo songs, the prostrating taboo, and the feather god Kāʻili. He made a return trip to Kahiki. (HM 370)
pāʻaoʻao₁ vs. sideways, one-sided.
kau pāʻaoʻaoto place on the side
pāʻaoʻao₂ n. latent childhood disease, with physical weakening; a general term for ailments. rare. ILL
kahuna hāhā pāʻaoʻaopractitioner who felt (hāhā) infants to see if they had pāʻaoʻao disorders
paʻa ʻohenānā [paʻa ʻohe·nā·nā] n. binoculars. lit., pair (of) telescopes.
hoʻopaʻaolalife insurance; to get life insurance
paʻa ʻole rickety, not secure, unbound. (EH)
paʻa ʻole ke kahua insecure. (EH)
paʻaʻololaha [paʻa·ʻolo·laha] n. ovoid. [comb. paʻa + ʻololaha.]. MTH
paʻaoloulu [paʻa·oloulu] n. young loulu palm leaves, as used in making hats.
paʻaʻomo [paʻa·ʻomo] n. molded figure, the object that is created through casting or using a mold. [paʻa + ʻomo]. see hakaʻomo, kumuʻomo.[+]
paʻaono [paʻa·ono] n. hexagon.
paʻapaʻa₁ [paʻa·paʻa] n. dispute, argument, quarrel.
hoʻopaʻapaʻato argue, dispute; argument, quarrel
paʻapaʻa₂ [paʻa·paʻa] same as pāpaʻa₁, burned... PCP *pakapaka.
Ua paʻapaʻa kō lākou alelo i ka make wai.Their tongues burned with thirst. (Isa. 41.17)
paʻapaʻa₃ [paʻa·paʻa] n. a fish (Dascyllus albisella). FIS
paʻapaʻa₄ [paʻa·paʻa] n. a kind of sugar cane. also hoʻopaʻapaʻa. SUG
paʻapaʻaʻina₁ [paʻa·paʻaʻina] nvs. brittle, crisp, crackling; to snap, crackle.
hoʻopaʻapaʻaʻinato make a crackling sound, etc
ka paʻapaʻaʻina o nā kākalaioathe crackling of thorns (Kekah. 7.6)
paʻapaʻaʻina vs. crisp or brittle, as dry hala leaves.
paʻapaʻaʻina₂ [paʻa·paʻaʻina] n. a variety of taro. TAR
paʻapaʻaʻina₃ [paʻa·paʻaʻina] n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
paʻapaʻakai [paʻa·paʻa·kai] vs. salt-encrusted.
paʻapaʻanā₁ [paʻa·paʻa·nā] vt. to ease, as pain; to soothe; to entertain, amuse.
hoʻopaʻapaʻanāto cause pain to be soothed; to entertain
paʻapaʻanā mai i ua wahi ʻeha nei onaeasing his little pain
paʻapaʻanā₂, paʻapaʻana [paʻa·paʻa·nā] vi. to hurry, hasten. rare.
paʻapaʻani [paʻa·paʻani] vt. playful, to play frequently. cf. pāʻani.
paʻa pāhemohemo remember imperfectly. (EH)
paʻapaʻina [paʻa·paʻina] redup. of paʻina₁, to crackle, snap, click, tick, pop, resound...
Nā leo hurō e paʻapaʻina i ka lewa.The sounds of hurrah burst forth in the air.
pāʻā pāma [pā·ʻā pāma] n. raffia, the fiber of the raffia palm of Madagascar. lit., palm fiber. PLA
paʻapani [paʻa·pani] rare var. of papani, shut off, block...
paʻa pela vs. committed to memory. Niʻihau. see hoʻopaʻa pela, pela.[+]
paukū paʻa pelamemory verse, as from the Bible
Ua paʻa pela nā huaʻālelo o ka hīmeni i nā keiki.The children know the words to the song by heart.
paʻa poepoe [paʻa poe·poe] n. globe, circular solid, sphere. lit., round solid.
paʻapoepoe [paʻa·poe·poe] n. sphere, in math. [comb. paʻa + poepoe.].
paʻa pōhaku [paʻa pō·haku] vs. lithified. lit., solidified (into) rock. SCI
He pōhaku ke kumuone i paʻa pōhaku maila i ke au o nā makahiki he nui loa.Sandstone is a rock which has gone through lithification over a period of many years.
paʻa pono complete. (EH)
paʻapū [paʻa·pū] vs. covered with, solid with, teeming with, crowded, congested, as people, fog, or clouds; dense, impervious, nonporous; stifling, stuffy, as a room; thick or coarse, of banana fruit peeling (HP 173). (Ioba 7.5) BAN WIN
hoʻopaʻapūto make crowded, covered with, stifling, etc
paʻapū i ka ulu lāʻauforested, wooded
Paʻapū ka umauma.The chest is stifled [as from a severe attack of asthma].
paʻapū o lokotense, repressed
Ua hoʻopaʻapū lākou i kō waena ou me ka haunaele.They filled those around you with violence. (Ezek. 28.16)
paʻapū [paʻa·pū] n. density, as of a computer disk. CMP
ʻailakele paʻapūsaturated fat
lākiō paʻapū waispecific gravity, relative gravity
paʻapū pūʻuo kanakapopulation density, for humans only
paʻapū emilow density
paʻapū ʻoihigh density
paʻapūhia [paʻa·pū·hia] vs. concentrated. cf. kaiaka. [comb. paʻapū + -hia.]. see wai kai, hoʻopaʻapūhia.
wai paʻakai paʻapūhiabrine, a concentrated solution of salt or ocean water. also: wai paʻakai
paʻapū i ka uahi smoky. (EH)
paʻapū i ka ulu lāʻau forested, wooded. (EH)
paʻapuna [paʻa·puna] n. calcareous. [comb. paʻa + puna.]. SCI
pōhaku paʻapunacalcareous rock, calcium carbonate
paʻapū o loko repressed, tense. (EH)
paʻau rare var. of paʻaʻā, fiber...
paʻaua [paʻa·ua] nvi. hard physical labor or drudgery; a drudge (perhaps contraction of paʻa, hold, and uaua, tough); to work hard.
hoʻopaʻauato enslave, overwork, treat as a drudge
paʻauhau [paʻau·hau] n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
paʻa uma n.v. a type of hand wrestling in which each player tried to push his opponent's hand back to his chest (uma); to wrestle thus.
pahi paʻa umadraw knife
paʻawaha [paʻa·waha] n.v. gag; to gag the mouth. lit., make the mouth solid. (Hal. 39.1)
hoʻopaʻa waiwaito insure property; property insurance
paʻa walu n. octagon.
paʻawela₁ [paʻa·wela] nvt. a burned area; a scar from burning; to burn.
Ma kahi maikaʻi e paʻawela ana nō.Instead of beauty, burning. (Isa. 3.24)
paʻawela₂ [paʻa·wela] n. probably a wrasse fish. FIS
pā CD see CD.
padi var. spelling of pāki₂, paddy...
pae₁ nvs. cluster, row, group; margin or bank, as of a taro patch; level, as of a platform. cf. pae ʻāina, pae kō, pae moku. [Pn(CE) *pae, row, barrier, side]TAR
hoʻopaeto build up an embankment, row, cluster
I ka hele ʻana o ka imu ā ʻenaʻena, ua ʻōhelo nohoʻi ka lāʻau ulu imu a nonoho a pae like.When the oven is red-hot, the oven-poking stick is pushed around so that [the stones] are in even levels.
pae n. chain, range, series of geographical features. GEO
pae₂ vi. to land, disembark, come ashore; to mount or catch a wave, as of a surf rider; washed or drifted ashore. [PPn *paʻe, be cast ashore, drift]BIR CAN
ʻAʻole e pae nā waʻa o ke aliʻi iāʻoe.The chief's canoes cannot land because of you. (Nak. 56)
E ʻai kākou Mahalo, ua pae kēia waʻa.Let's eat. Thanks, this canoe has landed [i.e., I have eaten].
hoʻopaeto cause to land, reach shore
hoʻopae malūto smuggle, bring in secretly
manu paea bird that lands from afar, as a migratory bird
niho paea loose tooth
pae i ka naluto ride a wave into the shore
palaoa paewhale washed ashore
poʻe pae maiimmigrants
waiwai hoʻopae malū ʻiasmuggled goods
pae₃ n. type of sweet potato, pronunciation uncertain. (For. 5:664–5) SWP
pae₄ n. stage, level of development; level of difficulty, as intermediate or advanced; rank, as in an orderly arrangement. Niʻihau cf. kūlana. see hoʻokaʻina pae.
pae₅ n. platform, as DOS, UNIX, Macintosh, etc., for a computer program. pae ʻōnaehana. operating system. CMP
paʻē vs. to strike the ear, as a distant sound. [PPn *pakee, sharp sound, crack]
Paʻē mai ana ka leo o ke kai.The sound of the sea strikes the ears.
pāʻē nvt. to peel, as bark; a bunch of cleaned bark, as of olonā. rare. [Pn(CE) *paa-keke, to remove skin, bark by scraping, peeling: *paa-ke(e)ke(e)]
paea n. flint. Eng. (fire). STO TOO
pōhaku paeaflint (Isa. 50.7) ; agate, carbuncle (Isa. 54.12)
paʻea n. a variety of taro. TAR
paeaea₁ [paea·ea] nvi. to fish with a light pole offshore; polefishing. FIS
Hele kākou i ka paeaea.Let's go pole-fishing.
paeaea₂ [paea·ea] nvi. a chant of supplication; to chant thus, perhaps so called as a means of "fishing" for something. (PH 149)FIS
pāeaea₁ [pā·ea·ea] vs. smooth, calm, as the sea.
pāeaea₂ [pā·ea·ea] n. a variety of fish mentioned as having sharp protuberances. (Malo 46)FIS
pāeaea₃ [pā·ea·ea] vt. to signal with the arms. rare.
pāʻeaʻea severe. (EH)
paeaea ʻaʻama [paea·ea ʻaʻama] n. a method of catching ʻaʻama crabs with a coconut fiber snare on a coconut midrib; it is looped over the crab's eye and jerked upward; to crab thus. CN CRA
paeaea ʻōhiki [paea·ea ʻō·hiki] n.v. a method of catching ʻōhiki sand crabs, with a blossom, usually nohu, tied to the end of a line as bait; to crab thus. CRA
pae ʻāina, paeʻāina n. group of islands, archipelago.
pae ʻāina n. group of islands, archipelago. also pae moku. see pae moku.
Ka pae ʻāina ʻo ʻAleutaAleutian islands
pae ʻakahi akahi n. novice level.
pae awāwa n. series of valleys. GEO
paʻeʻe vs. on-line, i.e. describing the state of an electronic device ready to receive data, connected to a computer network, or accessible by means of a computer or computer network. cf. pahemo. [comb. pa- + ʻeʻe.]. see hoʻopaʻeʻe. CMP
Ke paʻeʻe hou mai nei nā kamepiula ma hope o ka hoʻā hou ʻia ʻana o ka pūnaewele e ka luna pūnaewele.The computers are coming on-line again after the network supervisor restarted the network.
pāʻēʻē₁ vs. here and there, everywhere but the right place.
hoʻopāʻēʻēto cause to go astray, mislead, misrepresent
kuhi pāʻēʻēto misdirect, mislead, give inaccurate information
pāʻēʻē₂ vs. supernatural.
Ka lāhui kino pāʻēʻē i kapa ʻia he Melehune.A people with supernatural bodies, called Melehune.
paeheu [pae·heu] n. large bundle. rare.
pae hewa S vi. to stray.
paehiʻa [pae·hiʻa] vt. to fasten ʻaho sticks to thatching, of a house.
pae holomua [pae holo·mua] n. advanced level.
pae hoʻomaka [pae hoʻo·maka] n. beginning or introductory level.
pā ehu lepo n. dustpan (preceded by ke).
paehumu₁ [pae·humu] n. taboo enclosure about a chief's house or about a heiau. (Kep. 137)
Mālama o pā ka ʻauwae i ka paehumu.Be careful or the chin will rest on the taboo enclosure [you will get into serious trouble). (saying)
paehumu₂ [pae·humu] n. bannister.
paehumu [pae·humu] n. railing, ballustrade. cf. ʻūlili, hūlili.
pae i ka nalu to ride a wave into shore (surfing). (EH)
Paekakoleo [pae·kako·leo] n. Pythagoras, Pythagorean. Greek.. MTH
Manaʻohaʻi o PaekakoleoPythagorean theorum.
pae kānāwai [pae kā·nā·wai] vi. legal alien; to arrive as a legal alien. lit., come ashore legally. cf. pae malū. LAW
ʻO ka poʻe pae kānāwai, he mālama ʻia kō lākou mau pono ma lalo o ke kānāwai o ka ʻāina.Legal aliens have rights that are protected under the laws of the land.
paʻeke n. pocket. Eng.
pāʻeke n. small corral.
pāʻeke [pā·ʻeke] n. corral.
paekiʻi [pae·kiʻi] n. row of clouds, as on the horizon. lit., row of images. WIN
pae kō n. cultivation of sugar cane growing along a border. SUG
pae kuahiwi [pae kua·hiwi] n. mountain range. GEO
pae kuahiwi mokuhonua [pae kua·hiwi moku·honua] n. continental divide. lit., mountain range division. [+]GEO
Pae Kuahiwi Mokuhonua [pae kua·hiwi moku·honua] n. the Great Divide. lit., continental divide. [+]GEO
pāʻele₁ nvt. Negroid, dark, black; to blacken; to tattoo solid black without design; to paint black, as a canoe; to blot. CAN
hoʻopāʻeleto blacken, etc
pāʻele i ka ʻalaea a me ka nānahupaint black with red coloring and charcoal (FS 259)
Pāʻele₂ n. Negro, Black.
pāʻele₃ n. a variety of sweet potato. also nika. SWP
pāʻelehilimānoanoa [pāʻele-hili-mā·noa·noa] n. a variety of taro. lit., thick-barked blackness. TAR
pāʻele hili mānoanoa [pāʻele hili mā·noa·noa] n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
pāʻele kūlani, pāʻelekūlani [pāʻele kū·lani] n. solid tattooing of one side of the body; Kahekili, chief of Maui, was said to have been tattooed thus. lit., chiefly darkening.
pāʻeli vt. to dig the earth, as to plant in a taro patch. PLA TAR
hoʻopāʻelito cause such digging
pāʻeliʻeli redup. of pāʻeli, to dig the earth, as to plant in a taro patch...
hoʻopāʻeliʻeliredup. of hoʻopāʻeli, to cause such digging....
Paeloahiki [Pae-loa-hiki] n. name of a star or for the Milky Way. lit., eastern long row. STA
pae lua pele n. chain of craters. VOL
pae malū vi. illegal alien; to arrive as an illegal alien. lit., come ashore illegally. cf. pae kānāwai.
Hiki mai ka poʻe pae malū ma nā ʻano like ʻole: ma luna o ka ʻāina, ka moku, a me ka mokulele kekahi.Illegal aliens arrive by different means: by land, on ship, and by air as well.
pae mauna kai n. chain of seamounts.
Ka pae mauna kai ʻo ʻEmepelaEmperor Seamounts
pae moku n. group of islands, archipelago. lit., cluster of islands. GEO
pae moku n. group of islands, archipelago. also pae ʻāina. see also pae moku hoaka, island arc. see Keimana, Lāina, Lalokona, Balearika, Tuamotu, and... GEO
Ka pae moku ʻo FakalanaFalkland Islands, Falklands
Ka pae moku ʻo KalolainaCaroline Isles. also Ka pae moku ʻo Karolina
Ka pae moku ʻo KeneleCanary Isles
Ka pae moku ʻo MākalaMarshall Islands. also Mākala, Mākala ʻAilana
pae moku hoaka n. island arc. lit., arch archipelago.
ʻO nā pae moku ʻo Hawaiʻi a me ʻAleuta he mau laʻana o ia mea he pae moku hoaka.The Hawaiian and Aleutian archipelagos are examples of island arcs.
pae mokupuni [pae moku·puni] n. archipelago.
paena n. landing place, as of canoes (paena waʻa) or of waves (paena nalu); landing. cf. pae₂, to land, disembark, come ashore... PCP *paenga. CAN
paena nalu wave landing. (EH)
paena Pūnaewele [paena pū·nae·wele] n. web page. lit., internet landing place. [+]
E nānā kāua i nā paena Pūnaewele no ka ʻukulele.Let’s look at web pages about the ʻukulele.
paena waʻa canoe landing. (EH)
pae niho n. row of teeth.
pae oʻo n. varsity, as a league of sports at school. lit., mature level. cf. pae ʻōpio, junior varsity... SPO
Maikaʻi maoli nō kēia kau no ke kime pae oʻo.The varsity team is having a great season.
pae ʻōpio [pae ʻō·pio] n. junior varsity, as a league of sports at school. lit., young level. cf. pae oʻo, varsity, as a league of sports at school... SPO
paepae₁ [pae·pae] nvt. a support, prop, stool, pavement, house platform; plate of a house on which the rafters rest; block to keep an outrigger float off the ground; log or wooden horse that supports a seesaw; to support, hold up, sustain; rows. PPN *paepae. FIS TAR
E paepae mai i ka uluna ā kiʻekiʻe.Pile the pillows high.
hoʻopaepaeto build up a paepae (platform) or a taro embankment; to finish a space in quilting
loina paepae ʻāhuacustoms that add prestige; lit., elevated mound customs
paepae ʻoʻopuold term for a built-up pool for keeping ʻoʻopu fish
paepae₂ [pae·pae] redup. of pae₂, to land, disembark, come ashore...
hoʻopaepaeredup. of hoʻopae, bring ashore, cast ashore...
paepae₃ [pae·pae] n. boom of a ship. cf. kaula paepae, sheet from boom to after outrigger boom...
paepae₄ [pae·pae] same as iwi ʻaoʻao, rib, rib bone..; wife...
paʻēpaʻē [paʻē·paʻē] redup. of paʻē; to publicize.
hoʻopaʻēpaʻēto be noisy, as a distant sound; to talk loudly
paepae alapiʻi [pae·pae ala·piʻi] n. staircase landing. lit., stairs platform.
paepae aniani kaupaneʻe [pae·pae ani·ani kau·paneʻe] n. stage, as of a microscope. usu. paepae. lit., platform (for) slides. see aniani kaupaneʻe, slide, as for a microscope...
paepae kī [pae·pae kī] n. ti-stalk fence (the stalks are crossed and a stick put into the notches made by the crossings). TII
paepae komo huila n. axle of a wheel. lit., support where wheel enters. (1 Nal. 7.33)
paepae komo huila [pae·pae komo huila] n. axle, i.e. a shaft on which a wheel turns. also iho.
paepae poho [pae·pae poho] n. chalk tray.
paepae puka [pae·pae puka] n. threshold. lit., door platform. (Isa. 6.4) HOU
paepae puka [pae·pae puka] n. threshold, of a door. HOU
paepae pukaaniani [pae·pae puka·ani·ani] n. window sill.
paepae pukaaniani [pae·pae puka·ani·ani] n. window sill.
paepae wāwae [pae·pae wā·wae] n. footstool. (Iak. 2.3)
pae pali kū n. palisade. lit., row of vertical cliffs. [+]GEO
pae pōhaku a row of stones. (EH)
pae poʻo, paepoʻo, paepo see paipo, a short surf board, a body board...
paʻē pū nvi. to sound together, a deafening roar.
pae puʻu n. row or cluster of hills.
pae pūʻulu meaʻai [pae pū·ʻulu mea·ʻai] see pūʻulu meaʻai.
paʻewa, pāʻewa S nvs. crooked, misshapen, bent, uneven, odd, imperfect; wrong, incorrect; error, mistake. [Pn(CE) *pakewa, not straight; in error]MTH
helu paʻewaodd number. cf. ʻauipaʻewa
hoʻopaʻewato cause to be crooked, wrong, etc
paʻewa S n. bias, i.e. systematic error in gathering data, in math. [sh. pāʻewaʻewa.]. see kīloi paʻewa. MTH
vs. distortion; distorted, as in size or shape. [+]
Ma luna o kekahi mau ʻano palapala mahola ʻāina, paʻewa ka nui o ka wēlau ʻākau me ka wēlau hema.On certain map projections, the size of the North and South Poles is distorted
pae waena n. intermediate level.
pāʻewaʻewa S redup. of paʻewa; biased, partial, unfair, prejudicially.
E ʻimi pono me ka pāʻewaʻewa ʻole.Investigate carefully and impartially.
hoʻopāʻewaʻewaredup. of hoʻopaʻewa
pāʻewaʻewa [pā·ʻewa·ʻewa] S n. bias; biased.
He hoʻāʻo ka poʻe haʻilono e haʻi aku i ka nū hou me ka pāʻewaʻewa ʻole i ʻole e manaʻo ʻia ua ʻume ʻia ka mea haʻilono e kekahi ʻaoʻao.Journalists attempt to report the news without bias so as not to appear that they are influenced by one side or another.
paʻewa ka hopuna mispronounce. (EH)
paʻewa ke kaʻi ʻana out of step. (EH)
PʻĀH abbreviation for palena ʻāluna o ka hewa (greatest possible error).
paha₁ nvt. to improvise a chant; an improvised or conversation chant, as the kepakepa. PCP *pa(f,s)a.
paha₂ n. uncooked young taro leaves. cf. lūʻau, pēʻū. (PH 74)TAR
paha₃ same as kūpala, a plant. PLA
paha₄ n. a kind of surfboard. rare.
paha₅ short for pahāha, swollen, strut... rare.
paha₆ part. maybe, perhaps, probably, possibly, may, might (very common, used to make speech less blunt and more conciliatory, something like English use of the conditional mode; it frequently follows ʻaʻole and pēlā, and never occurs after a pause). (Gram. 7.5) [Pn(CE) *pafa, perhaps]
ā … pahaor
ʻAʻole paha.Maybe not, possibly not, likely not, probably not.
ʻelua ā ʻekolu pahatwo or three (For. 4:259)
Hele paha.[I] may [or might] go.
ʻO ka poʻe kōkua e hana i kekahi hewa ʻofeni, ā ua noho paha malaila.The people who help in the committing of an offense, or are present there.
Pēlā paha.Maybe so.
pāhā [pā·hā] vt. by fours, four at a time, four times; to distribute to four; to divide by four.
pāhaʻa [pā·haʻa] vs. short in stature.
pāhaʻahaʻa₁ [pā·haʻa·haʻa] redup. of pāhaʻa, short...
pāhaʻahaʻa₂ [pā·haʻa·haʻa] same as noʻunoʻu₂, a gourd. [Pn(CE) *paa-saka, a gourd or calabash]PLA
pahaha n. young stage of the mullet, also called kahaha. (KL. line 173) FIS
pahāha vs. swollen, as the neck or the cheeks of one with mumps; to strut, walk proudly. cf. ʻauwaepahāha, manō pahāha. rare. ILL
hoʻopahāhato cause swollenness; to hoist the shoulders; to strut
pāhai [pā·hai] n. plaque, i.e. a commemorative tablet. [sh. papa + ʻāhai.]. cf. kiahai.
pahakū [paha·kū] n. name of a design on Niʻihau mats consisting of squares with corners touching and forming a line.
pāhala [pā·hala] n. a method of making mulch soil by placing pandanus (hala) branches and leaves in holes in rocky soil containing mulch, and then burning the hala for fertilizer. PAN
He kanaka hoʻopāhala, he manaʻoʻiʻo ʻole.A skeptical person of no faith. (Kep. 107),
pā hale n. house lot, yard, fence. HOU
pā halihali [pā hali·hali] n. tray (preceded by ke). lit., plate for carrying.
pā halihali [pā hali·hali] n. tray (preceded by ke).
Pahama, Bahama n. Bahama. G
Pahama, Bahama n. Bahamas; Bahamian. G
pāhana [pā·hana] n. project, as for a class. [sh. papahana.].
pāhaneli, pāhaneri, pāhanele [pā·haneli] nvt. a hundredfold, by the hundred; to distribute to a hundred.
pāhaneli [pā·haneli] hecto-, a prefix meaning hundred (h). abb. ph.
pāhaneri var. spelling of pāhaneli, a hundredfold...
pā hao₁ n. iron fence.
pā hao₂ n. iron dish, pan (preceded by ke).
pāhaʻo₁ [pā·haʻo] S about the same as the more common pāhaʻohaʻo, mysterious...
pāhaʻo₂ [pā·haʻo] S n. name of a guessing game. rare.
pā hao iron dish or pan, iron fence. (EH)
pāhaʻohaʻo [pā·haʻo·haʻo] S vs. mysterious, puzzling, incomprehensible; transfigured.
hoʻopāhaʻohaʻoto mystify, bewilder, cause wonder, puzzle; transfigured
Hoʻopāhaʻohaʻo ʻia ihola ia i mua o lākou.He was transfigured before them. (Mat. 17.2)
pāhaʻohuna [pā·haʻo·huna] n. magic trick, illusion, sleight of hand; to perform a magic trick. lit., secretly mysterious. cf. hoʻokalakupua. see kēpuka.
Ua pāhaʻohuna ʻo ia i ke ale pahi kaua.He performed the sword-swallowing trick.
-pahaola see akepahaola.
pāhaʻoweli [pā·haʻo·weli] n. stunt, a feat which requires unusual daring or skill, as in movie or video production; to do or perform a stunt. [sh. pāhaʻohuna + weliweli.].
E pāhaʻoweli au i ka ulia kaʻa ma ka wikiō.I'll perform the car-accident stunt in the video.
luna pāhaʻowelistunt coordinator
pahapaha₁ [paha·paha] redup. of paha₁, improvise a chant, paha₅, swollen... PCP *pa(f,s)apa(f,s)a.
pahapaha₂ [paha·paha] same as līpahapaha, sea lettuce.
pahapaha₃ [paha·paha] n. Oʻahu name for a kind of stone used for poi pounders. Called makawī on Kauaʻi. POI
pahapaha kuahiwi [paha·paha kua·hiwi] n. a liverwort (Dumortiera sp.). PLA
pahapahaopolihale [paha·paha-o-Poli·hale] n. a kind of pahapaha said to be found only at Polihale, Kauaʻi; after drying it was believed to revive when immersed in sea water; it was made into leis. (FS 103)PLA
pahapaha wai [paha·paha wai] n. a sea lettuce (Ulva sp.) with narrow frond. Found where sea and fresh water meet. SWD
pāhau₁ [pā·hau] n. striped flatfish. (KL. line 156) FIS
pā hau₁ [pā haun·] enclosure or fence of hau trees. TRE
pāhau₂ [pā·hau] nvs. person who cared for chief's food and clothes; well-cared for, as clothes. rare.
pā hau₂ [pā haun·] white pearl-shell lure or shell.
pāhau₃ [pā·hau] vt. to filch. rare.
pāhawewe [pā·hawewe] vi. radiation; to radiate, as in the form of waves. [comb. pā + hawewe.]. cf. malele. SCI
pāhawewe ʻātomaatomic radiation
pāhawewe lāsolar radiation
pāhawewe nukeleanuclear radiation
pahē vs. soft-spoken, soft-mannered; soft and about to spoil, as fruit; pulp, of fruit. see the more common waipahē.
pāheahea [pā·hea·hea] S nvt. to call, especially to invite someone to eat; hospitality.
paheʻe₁ S vi. slippery, smooth, as a surface; soft, satiny; to slide, slip, skid; sliding, slipping. cf. holo paheʻe, pakika, pōhaku paheʻe ʻānai. [PPn *pa-seke, slip, slide]
hoʻopaheʻeto cause to slip, slide; to make smooth, slippery; to smooth with oil, as the hair; to lubricate. see ex., kū₁₃
lole paheʻesilk (Hoik. 18.12)
ʻōlelo paheʻefluent speech; glib or cunning tongue
paheʻe₂ S n. cleared area, bare dirt.
paheʻe₃ S n. spear throwing (FS 114–5); dart-throwing; sport of sliding a stick over a smooth surface; the dart itself. (Buck) describes the darts as from 34.5 to 67 inches (about 85 to 170 cm) long, tapering at one end, with the greatest diameter of from 1 to 1½ inches (2.6 to 3.9 cm). cf. moa₅.
paheʻe₄ n. shallow hole or grave, as for flexed burial. (For. 5:571)
paheʻe₅ same as pāheʻeheʻe, seaweed. SWD
pāheʻeheʻe₁ [pā·heʻe·heʻe] S redup. of paheʻe₁. PPN *pasekeseke.
wahi pāheʻeheʻeslippery places (Hal. 73.18)
pāheʻeheʻe₂ [pā·heʻe·heʻe] n. a green cushion-shaped solid seaweed (Porphyra sp., formerly Dictyosphaeria). also līpaheʻe, līpāheʻeheʻe, līpāhoe, paheʻe. SWD
paheʻe keʻa dart. (EH)
paheʻe ʻulu S n.v. to bowl; bowling.
paheʻe wai S vi. water slide; to go on a water slide (Slip ʻnʻ Slide).
moena paheʻe waiwater-slide mat
pahele₁ nvt. a snare, noose, trap; to ensnare, trap; deceit, treachery. also ʻahele, ʻalehe.
hoʻopaheleto cause to be ensnared; to ensnare, deceive
i pahele a i ʻūpiki no ka poʻea trap and a snare to the people (Isa. 8.14)
ʻōlelo paheledeceitful speech
pahele₂ [pahelenvt·] nvt. same as mānai, needle.
Pahelehala [Pahele-hala] n. wind off Waiʻanae, Oʻahu (PH 161), and associated with Naue, Kauaʻi (For. 5:97). lit., pandanus ensnarement. WIN PAN
pāhelehele [pā·hele·hele] redup. of pahele, snare.
he pāhelehele ʻōpaea snarer of shrimps (Nak. 85)
he pāhelehele puhi no Hāmākuaan eel snarer from Hāmākua
pāhelene [pā·helene] n. discus. lit., Greek disk. SPO
kīloi pāheleneto throw a discus
pahelo₁ var. of pakelo, slip out, as of a trap...
hoʻopahelovar. of hoʻopakelo
pahelo₂ vt. to peel, as taro. Kauaʻi. TAR
pāhemahema [pā·hema·hema] about the same as hemahema: awkward, unskilled.
hoʻopāhemahemasame as pāhemahema; to cause awkwardness, to fake lack of skill
pāhemahema i ka hoʻonohonoho ʻana i nā hua ʻōleloawkward in the arranging of words, as of one speaking brokenly
pāhemahema i ka hoʻonohonoho ʻana i nā hua ʻōlelo speak brokenly. (EH)
pahemo nvs. about the same as hemo; loosened, slipping off; to loosen, get loose; weakening, as a voice.
hoʻopahemoto cause to slip, slacken, loosen, etc
Ua pahemo ka hō mai ke kūʻau.The hoe slipped off the handle.
pahemo vs. off-line, i.e. describing the state of an electronic device not ready to receive data, or not connected to a computer or computer network. cf. paʻeʻe. see hoʻopahemo.
Ke ʻā maila kaʻu kamepiula, akū, ʻaʻole pahemo, no ka mea, ʻaʻole i hoʻokuʻi ʻia me ka pūnaewele.My computer is on, but it is not on-line because it is not connected to the network.
pāhemohemo [pā·hemo·hemo] redup. of pahemo.
hoʻopāhemohemoredup. of hoʻopahemo
paʻa pāhemohemoto remember here and there, imperfectly, as a song
pāhenehene [pā·hene·hene] vt. to ridicule, laugh at, make fun of, mock, scoff.
pāheona [pā·heona] n. art, artwork; fine arts. [comb. pā + heona.]. see heona, artistic...
luna pāheonaart director, as for movie or video production
Nui koʻu hoihoi i ka pāheona Pākē.I'm very interested in Chinese art.
pahepahē [pahe·pahē] redup. of pahē, soft-spoken...
pāheu [pā·heu] n. allergy. [comb. pā + heu (Niʻihau, dust).]. ILL
hopena pāheuallergic reaction
Ua loaʻa wau i ka pāheu i kekahi mau ʻano pua.I am allergic to some kinds of flowers.
pāheuheu [pā·heu·heu] n. a fish (no data). FIS
pahi₁ nvt. knife, flint; to skin, as cattle. PCP *pa(f,s)i. TOO
Haku kā pahiPaleolithic, in anthropology
Ke au haku kā pahiPaleolithic age, period
pahi₂ to stand on edge. (And.)
pāhia [pā·hia] inter. How many to each? How many in a group?.
pāhia [pā·hia] How many to each, to a group?.
E pāhia ia na kekahi keiki?How many was it for each child?
Pāhia nā ʻōhiʻa a kekahi?How many ʻōhiʻa for each one?
pāhiʻa [pā·hiʻa] nvt. a slipping, falling down; oblique cut; obliquely, as of clipping, cutting, falling; to miss. PCP *paasika.
Kū pāhiʻa kuʻu pua i ke kaha.My arrow slipped to one side of the mark.
lele pāhiʻaleaping sideways into water without a splash, as in the lele kawa sport
pāhiʻa [pā·hiʻa] see ʻoki pāhiʻa, cut diagonally...
pā hiahia [pā· hia·hia] n. performing art. [sh. papahana + redup. of hia.].
pāhiʻahiʻa [pā·hiʻa·hiʻa] redup. of pāhiʻa. PCP *paasikasika.
pā hī aku, pāhī aku n. bonito hook; lure (EH).
pahi āmū razor. (EH)
pahi hahau n. cleaver, chopping knife. lit., striking knife. TOO
pāhihi [pā·hihi] vi. to spread, as vines; to stream, as water over a cliff. [Pn(CE) *paa-sii, flow: *paasii(sii)]
pahi kā n. cane knife, machete. lit., striking knife.
pahi kahi n. razor. cf. more common pahi ʻumiʻumi. lit., shaving knife. TOO
pahi kākiwi [pahi kā·kiwi] n. sickle, scythe, cutlass. lit., bent knife. TOO
pahi kanikani [pahi kani·kani] n. knife made of a piece of hoop iron. lit., sounding knife.
pahi kaua n. sword. lit., war knife. TOO
pahikaua₁ [pahi·kaua] same as kala liʻiliʻi, a fish (see kala₃). FIS
pahikaua₂ [pahi·kaua] n. a long narrow bivalve, possibly the Pinna shells (Pinnidae). FIS
pahi kaua pālahalaha [pahi kaua pā·laha·laha] n. cutlass. lit., flat war knife. TOO
pahi kekeʻe n. sickle. TOO
pahiki n. probability, in math. [sh. paha + hiki.]. cf. papaha. MTH
pahiki hoʻokolohuaexperimental probability
pahiki liʻiliʻilow probability
pahiki makemakikamathematical probability
pahiki nuihigh probability
pāhiki [pā·hiki] vi. to pass quietly, go lightly, touch gently.
pahi koli n. carving knife.
pāhiku [pā·hiku] vt. sevenfold, by sevens; seven times; to distribute to seven or divide by seven.
pāhila [pā·hila] vi. to stagger. cf. hilala.
pahilau [pahi·lau] vs. untrue, false; untruth (contraction of pāhili, variable, and lau, much). cf. ʻalapahi.
hoʻopahilauto tell lies
pahi leka n. letter opener. lit., letter knife. [+]TOO
pahili vt. to braid. fig., to confuse, entangle, deceive. cf. hili₁, braid, plait...
pāhili [pā·hili] vi. to blow strongly, as a wind, especially of a veering wind; to lash, as a storm. FER WIN
hoʻopāhilito cause such a wind; to blow, as such a wind, etc
Ka pāhili ʻia o ka ʻamaʻu e ka Mālualua.The lashing of the ʻamaʻu fern by the Mālualua wind.
makani pāhilistrong wind, cyclone, hurricane
pāhili hau [pā·hili hau] n. blizzard. lit., strong, snowy wind. also makani pāhili hau. see makani pāhili.
pahilo same as puāhilo.
pahi lole pipi n. sharp knife used for dressing beef. lit., knife for skinning beef.
pahilolo [pahi·lolo] vs. proud, strutting. rare.
pahi maka lua n. double-edged sword or knife. TOO
pāhina [pā·hina] n. topping, as for ice cream. [sh. pāpahi + -na.]. FOO
pahinu vs. about the same as hinu.
hoʻopahinuto make shiny, etc
kāmaʻa pahinupatent-leather shoes; lit., shiny shoes
pahiō [pahi·ō] vi. leaning, slanting, stooping; tall, slender. see hiō. (And.)
pahi ʻō n. dagger. lit., piercing knife. TOO
pahi ʻokiʻoki n. carving knife.
pahi ʻokiʻoki pipi n. butcher knife.
pahiʻoki pepa, pahi ʻoki pepa n. paper knife.
pahi olo nvt. a saw; to saw. TOO
pahi olo kā n. hack saw. (HE)TOO
pahi olo lua n. whipsaw.
pahi olo poepoe [pahi olo poe·poe] n. an unknown type of saw mentioned in wills during the 1850s.
pahi olo uila n. electric saw. (HE)TOO
pā hipa n. sheepfold. ANI
pahi paʻa uma n. drawknife. lit., knife solid [at] chest.
pahipahi [pahi·pahi] nvi. to slap hands; to play "peas-porridge-hot"; this game; a game formerly played by children: a rotten object was buried in the sand and others were asked to dig for it, while the leader said:.
"Kōhi kōhi kūpā, no wai, no wai ka lima i hawahawa."Gather, gather, dig, whose hands, whose hands are dirtied.
pahi paʻipaʻi [pahi paʻi·paʻi] n. pruning knife. TOO
pahi pākākā [pahi pā·kā·kā] n. chopping knife of any kind.
pahi pelu n. jackknife, penknife, folding knife. TOO
pahi poʻo muku S n. short-bladed knife. lit., cut head knife. TOO
pāhiʻu [pā·hiʻu] n. dart, as for a dart game. [sh. pāhiʻuhiʻu.]. SPO
pāhiʻuhiʻu₁ [pā·hiʻu·hiʻu] nvt. a game: throwing darts at a target, or pushing a stone with sharp sticks to a goal; to play this game.
Hele ana ʻoe i hea? Hele ana i ka pāhiʻuhiʻu.Where are you going? To play pāhiʻuhiʻu [to pry into others' affairs, snoop].
pāhiʻuhiʻu₂ [pā·hiʻu·hiʻu] n. a type of sorcery. (Kam. 64:131, 140)
pahi ʻume, pahiʻume S n. drawknife.
pahi ʻumiʻumi, pahiʻumiʻumi n. razor. lit., beard knife. TOO
pahiʻumiʻumi var. spelling of pahi ʻumiʻumi, razor...
pāhiwa, pahiwa [pā·hiwa] nvs. dark, to darken (note that hiwa is a sacred, desirable black that contrasts with uli).
Ka lani nui pāhiwa.The sacred, dark, heavenly one. (chant)
lau pāhiwadark leaf (KL. line 280)
pahi wakawaka, pahi waka-waka [pahi waka·waka] n. flaming sword (Kin. 3.24) ; saw, sword. lit., shining knife. TOO
pahō var. of pohō, loss, damage...
pāhoa [pā·hoa] n. short dagger; sharp stone, especially as used for a weapon; Moloka'i name for stick for beating clothes; taboo sign. [Pn(EP) *pa-foa, beat bark-cloth]STO TOO
koʻi pāhoastone battle-axe
kūkulu i ka pāhoato set up a taboo sign
pāhoe [pā·hoe] n.v. to paddle; to drive fish into a net by beating the paddles rhythmically against the canoe; paddler. cf. homa₃, kāpapa. FIS CAN NET
E pākaʻau ʻia nō i nā pāhoe āpau.40 [fish] for each paddler. (Nak. 106)
pāhoehoe₁ [pā·hoe·hoe] nvt. smooth, unbroken type of lava, contrasting with ʻaʻā; to turn into pāhoehoe lava (see ex., namu₂). VOL
pāhoehoe₂ [pā·hoe·hoe] n. satin. CLO
pāhoehoe laubrocaded satin
pāhoehoe₃ [pā·hoe·hoe] redup. of pāhoe, to paddle.... WIN
Haʻa ke akua i ka laʻi o Mahiki, pāhoehoe i luna a ka Puʻulenathe goddess does a bent-knee dance in the calm of Mahiki, paddling above the Puʻulena breeze. (chant)
pāhoehoe lau brocaded satin. (EH)
pāhoehoepele [pā·hoe·hoe·pele] hooks used in catching sea turtles. (And.) FIS
pā hohonu n. soup plate, deep dish (preceded by ke).
pāhola₁ [pā·hola] S vt. to spread about, extend, diffuse; spread too thin, dissipated. cf. hohola.
E pāhola mai i kou aloha maluna o mākou.Spread forth your love to us. (prayer)
hoʻopāholato cause to spread, have spread
pāhola₂ [pā·hola] vt. to stupefy fish by drugging with ʻauhuhu, the poison spreading (pāhola) through the water. FIS
pāholahola [pā·hola·hola] S redup. of pāhola₁, pāhola₂.
pahole same as pohole, bruised, peeled... [Pn(MQ) *pofore, skinned]
paholehole [pahole·hole] redup. of pahole.
pāhōlei, paholei [pā·hō·lei] n. legendary name for kava. (For. 5:607) KAV
pāholo [pā·holo] vi. to appear in great numbers, as octopuses. rare.
pā holoholona [pā holo·holona] n. an enclosure for animals, as a dog pound. ANI
pā holoi n. wash pan or basin (preceded by ke).
pāhono [pā·hono] vt. to mend, sew up a tear, patch, darn, repair.
hoʻopāhonoto have mended, etc
pāhonohono [pā·hono·hono] redup. of pāhono.
hoʻopāhonohonoredup. of hoʻopāhono
pā hoʻokani [pā hoʻo·kani] n. phonograph record.
pahoʻolā [pahoʻo·lā] torn tapa. (And.) TAP
pā hoʻolapalapa [pā hoʻo·lapa·lapa] n. saucepan (preceded by ke). lit., boiling pan. FOO
pāhoʻonui [pā·hoʻo·nui] n. exponent, in math; power, i.e. a product in which each factor is the same. [comb. pā- + hoʻonui.]. see kapuaʻi pāhoʻonui lua, kumu pāhoʻonui lua. MTH
ka pāhoʻonui lua o ka heluthe square of the number
kūlana pāhoʻonuiorder of magnitude
pāhoʻonui kolucubed, as in exponential counting
pāhoʻonui lua [pā·hoʻo·nui lua] n. quadratic. [comb. pāhoʻonui + lua.]. see pāhoʻonui. MTH
hahaina pāhoʻonui luaquadratic function
haʻihelu pāhoʻonui luaquadratic equation
pā hoʻopuni [pā hoʻo·puni] n. central corral.
pāhouhou [pā·hou·hou] same as pāʻouʻou, young of the fish hou. FIS
pā hōwai dish containing liquids. (EH)
pahu₁ n. box, drum, cask, chest, barrel, trunk, tank, case, ship binnacle, collection box, keg, ark, coffin, dresser, bureau, cabinet; bald heads were sometimes ridiculed as drums. cf. hulipahu, pahu pāpale. [Pn(CE) *pasu, drum n]
hula pahudance to drum beat, perhaps formerly called ʻai haʻa (UL 103)
pahu n. case. cf. ʻope. see pūʻolo, ʻekeʻeke.
pahu koloakacase of soda
pahu piacase of beer
pahu₂ n. stake, staff, stick, post, pole. cf. pahu hope, pahu hopu, pahukū.
pahu₃ vt. to push, shove; to thrust or hurl, as a spear or javelin; to pierce with a sharp instrument, as in letting blood; to fall overboard. fig., to bruise the feeling of others. (For. 5:123) [(FJ) PPn *pasu, to pound, thump v.t]
hoʻopahuto cause to push, etc
WaipahuPushing water, said to be named for water that forced its way out of the earth at Waipahu, Oʻahu, said to have been formerly called Waipahū (see pahū). (place name)
pahu vt. to push. also pohu.
pahu₄ vt. to cut off short; odd-numbered. cf. ʻāpahu, ʻoi₃, pahupū. MTH
I pahu kō ʻoukou ʻaoʻao.If your side is odd-numbered. (For. 6:53)
pahu₅ n. trunkfishes, boxfishes, cowfishes (Ostracion). (Malo) says that pahu were taboo to women. also moa. (Malo 29)FIS
pahu₆ n. name of a region below the ʻilima and above the kula.
pahu₇ n. gill net used in shallow water. (Malo 213, Emerson note)NET
pahu₈ n. base or plate, as on a baseball diamond. [mān]. SPO
pahu ʻekahifirst base
pahu ʻekoluthird base
pahu ʻeluasecond base
pahu eohome plate
pahu₉ n. court, as for volleyball. Niʻihau. also kahua pōpaʻipaʻi. SPO
pahū nvi. to explode, burst; explosive, blast, thud; outburst. cf. pōkā pahū. see ex. walawala. PPN *pasuu.
hoʻopahūto explode, set off, as dynamite or firecrackers; to blast, blow up
mokulele hoʻopahū nuilarge bomber
pahua₁ pas/imp. of pahu₃. see hula Pahua, a spear dance (UL 183)
pahua₂ vs. downtrodden, as grass where cattle have stamped. rare. PLA
pahuʻa nvs. unsuccessful, ineffective, ruined, spoiled; lack of success. KAV
hoʻopahuʻato spoil, wreck
Ka pahuʻa o ka ʻawa i ke keiki.The lack of effect of the kava on the child.
Ua pahuʻa ia mea he "maka ʻewaʻewa."This thing "crooked eyes" [said insultingly of Oʻahu] doesn't amount to anything.
hoʻopāhuʻato move sideways; to sail to windward
pāhuʻa [pā·huʻa] similar to kīpuka₁, said especially of clear areas in pastures where it is easy to rope cattle.
pāhuʻa [pā·huʻa] n. open dirt area in pasture, clearing in range land.
pahu ʻai holo n. end zone, on a football field. lit., touchdown box. SPO
pahu aniani [pahu ani·ani] n. glass box, especially a glass-bottomed box for fishing; glass case, as in a museum. FIS
pahu aʻo n. dialog box, in a computer program. lit., teaching box. CMP
Ua ʻōʻili ʻemo ʻole mai nei kekahi pahu aʻo.A dialog box suddenly appeared.
pahu berita var. spelling of pahu pelika, ark of the covenant...
pahu hae n. flagpole.
pahu hao n. safe, strong box. lit., iron box.
pahu hau, pahuhau n. icebox, refrigerator.
pahuhau var. spelling of pahu hau, icebox...
pahu heiau [pahu hei·au] n. temple drum.
pahu hōʻike n. ark of the testimony. lit., testifying box.
E kau ana i mua a ka pahu hōʻike, i mua hoʻi o ka noho aloha e kau ana maluna o ka pahu kānāwai.Put it before the ark of the testimony before the mercy seat that is over the testimony. (Puk. 30.6)
pahu holoholona cage. (EH)
pahuhonuaea [pahu·honua·ea] n. terrarium. lit., aerated box (of) earth. cf. pahumeaolaea, pahuwaiea.
pahu hoʻokele [pahu hoʻo·kele] n. controller, as in Nintendo games. lit., box (to) steer.
pahu hoʻolele leo [pahu hoʻo·lele leo] n. radio. Niʻihau. also lēkiō.
pahu hoʻonui leo [pahu hoʻo·nui leo] n. amplifier. lit., box (for) increasing sound. cf. pahu leo.
pahu hoʻoulu meakanu [pahu· hoʻo·ulu mea·kanu] n. planter, as for growing plants. lit., box (for) growing plants.
pahu hoʻowela wai [pahu hoʻo·wela wai] n. water heater. lit., tank (for) heating water. also kula hoʻowela wai.
pahu hope n. final goal or stake.
pahuhope [pahu·hope] n. finish point, as in a race. [comb. pahu + hope.]. cf. pahukū. SPO
laina pahuhopefinish line
pahu hopu n. final goal. lit., catching goal.
pahuhopu [pahu·hopu] n. goal. also pahuhopu laulā.
pahuhu n. young of the fish uhu. FIS
pāhūhū [pā·hū·hū] vi. to gush, ooze forth, as blood.
hoʻopāhūhūto cause to gush forth
pahu hula n. hula drum. HUL MUS
pahu iʻa n. small aquarium box for fish. FIS
pahu ihe to throw a javelin. (EH)
pāhuʻihuʻi [pā·huʻi·huʻi] var. of pāhiʻuhiʻu, a game. SPO
pahukaʻa [pahu·kaʻa] n. juice extracted from a green gourd by pounding, said to be used in an enema.
pahu kaha n. check box, as in computer programs. lit., box (to) check. [+]CMP
pahu kāhea [pahu kā·hea] S n. walkie-talkie. Niʻihau.
pahukaina [pahu·kaina] n. ashes. also lehu, noho hale.
pahukala₁ [pahu·kala] n. sham battle with sharp weapons. (Malo 66)
pahukala₂ [pahu·kala] n. herald who announces (kala) war.
pahu kālā [pahu kā·lā] n. safe-deposit box.
pahu kāleka kuhi puke [pahu kā·leka kuhi puke] n. card catalog, as in a library. [sh. pahu + kāleka helu kuhi puke.]. see kāleka helu kuhi puke.
pahu kanaloa [pahu kana·loa] n. prayer drum (perhaps from pahu kala loa, drum proclaiming to a distance).
pahu kānāwai [pahu kā·nā·wai] n. ark of the testimony. lit., legal box. cf. pahu hōʻike.
pahu kani n. drum; tabret (Kin. 31.27) , eardrum ((Kel. 115); translation from Eng.). fig., bald head. lit., sounding drum.
pahu kapu n. a stake beyond which it was taboo to pass; sanctuary. lit., taboo stake.
pahu kīkā [pahu kī·kā] cigar box. see ʻukulele pahu kīkā, cigar box ʻukulele... MUS
pahukū₁ [pahu·kū] n. goal or stick at the starting place of a race.
pahukū [pahu·kū] n. starting point, as in a race. [comb. pahu + kū.]. cf. pahuhope. SPO
laina pahukūstarting line
pahukū₂ [pahu·kū] n. reserve of an army, especially a rear guard.
pahukū₃ [pahu·kū] vt. to repel, as in war.
pāhuku [pā·huku] same as pōhuku, swollen...
pahu kui n.v. hypodermic injection; to be injected. lit., needle piercing. ILL
pahu kupapaʻu [pahu kupa·paʻu] n. coffin. lit., corpse box.
pā hula n. hula troupe, hula studio, place reserved for hula dancing. HUL
pahu laka n. locker. [comb. pahu + Eng.]. also waihona pāiki.
pā hula keʻena aʻo hula hula studio. (EH)
pahuleka n. mailbox, address. (NKE)
pahu leo n. speaker, as for a stereo. lit., sound box. cf. pahu hoʻonui leo.
pahu lole n. clothes chest or trunk.
pahulu₁ nvs. nightmare (named for a chief of evil spirits on Lā-naʻi who was killed by Ka-ulu-lāʻau; his spirit enchanted certain fish, especially goatfish, weke; if a weke head is eaten near bedtime, nightmares are said to result; the closer to Lā-naʻi the weke is caught, the worse the nightmare); ghost; haunted; unlucky. FIS
he hale pahulua haunted house
hoʻopahuluto have a nightmare; nightmare; to haunt; to bring bad luck; unlucky
Pō nā maka i ka noe, i ka pahulu i ke ala loa.Eyes blinded by the mist, by the haunts of the long road.
pahulu₂ nvs. exhausted, worn-out, of over-farmed soil; such soil.
hoʻopahuluto exhaust the soil; to let the land rest and lie fallow
pahulu₃ n. volunteer sweet potatoes, sweet potatoes of the second growth. SWP
pahuluhope [pahulu·hope] vs. demented, to behave as if crazy.
pahululu [pahu·lulu] vs. somewhat rainy, showery. rare. WIN
pahu manamana [pahu mana·mana] n. intersection, crossroads. lit., branching stake.
pahu manu cage. (EH)
pahu mea hana n. tool box. (HE)
pahumeaolaea [pahu·mea·ola·ea] n. vivarium. lit., aerated box (of) living things. cf. pahuhonuaea, pahuwaiea. SCI
pahu mea pāʻani [pahu mea pā·ʻani] n. toy chest, toy. also waihona mea pāʻani.
pahu meli n. beehive. INS
pahu mīka n. meter box.
pahuna n. a pushing, thrust, hurling, piercing, etc., as of an ihe spear. cf. pahu₃.
Hoʻokahi nō ia pahuna, ʻo ka hāʻule nō ia.But a single thrust and he fell.
pāhune [pā·hune] n. platelet (preceded by ke). lit., tiny disk. SCI
pahu noho n. box, as at a theater.
pahu ʻōlelo [pahu ʻō·lelo] n. phonograph. lit., speaking box.
pahu pā n. meat safe, cupboard. lit., dish box.
pahu paʻahau [pahu paʻa·hau] n. freezer. see paʻahau.
pahupahu₁ [pahu·pahu] redup. of pahu₃, to push, shove; to thrust or hurl; fig., to bruise the feeling of others... PPN *pasupasu.
Ua pahupahu ʻoia i kāna kaikaina.He bruised the feelings of his younger brother.
pahupahu₂ [pahu·pahu] n.v. billiards, pool; to play billiards or pool.
pahupahu₃ [pahu·pahu] redup. of pahu₄, to cut off short; odd-numbered...; blunt, dull. TOO
pahūpahū₁ [pahū·pahū] redup. of pahū; firecrackers. PPN *pasuupasuu. FIS
hoʻopahūpahūredup. of hoʻopahū; to drum or stamp with force; to squeeze certain types of small fish so they burst
pahūpahū [pahū·pahū] n. firecracker (preceded by ke). see ahihoʻoleʻaleʻa. FIS
kālī pahūpahūstring of firecrackers
pahu kula n. cooler (insulated food container). (NKE)
pahūpahū₂ [pahū·pahū] same as kāʻekeʻeke, bamboo pipes, varying in length from .3 to about 1 m...
pahūpahū₃ [pahū·pahū] n. tiny and worthless taro offshoot from an offshoot of several generations. see kalo. (Kep. 153)TAR
pahu paʻi n. small sharkskin hula drum. lit., beating drum. HUL
pahupaʻikiʻi [pahu·paʻi·kiʻi] n. camera, kodak. lit., box for printing pictures.
pahu paʻi wikiō [pahu paʻi wiki·ō] n. camcorder, video camera. lit., video camera. see paʻi.
neʻena pahu paʻi wikiōvideo camera movement
pahu paka n. tobacco box or container.
pahu palapala [pahu pala·pala] n. writing desk; formerly a container for the coloring liquid used in printing tapa. lit., document box. TAP
pahu pānānā [pahu pā·nā·nā] n. binnacle.
pahu papakaumaka [pahu papa·kau·maka] n. monitor, as for a computer or in movie or video production. lit., screen box. see papakaumaka. CMP
pahu papakaumaka kamepiulacomputer monitor
pahu papakaumaka kīwīTV monitor
pahu pāpale [pahu pā·pale] n. hatbox; wooden block upon which a hat is plaited; such hats are called pāpale pahu.
pahu pelika, pahu berita n. ark of the covenant. lit., covenant box. (Ios. 3.3)
pahu pepa n. cardboard box. lit., paper box. cf. pepa pahu.
pahu pono haʻawina [pahu pono haʻa·wina] n. schoolbox. lit., box (for) lesson supplies.
pahu poʻo liʻiliʻi [pahu poʻo liʻi·liʻi] n. keg. lit., small-headed barrel.
pahupū [pahu·pū] vs. cut in half, cut in two, severed, cut short, chopped off. CAN
E ʻoki ʻo mua me hope o ka waʻa ā pahupū.Sever the bow and stern of the canoe, completely sever. (FS 187)
nui pahupūof uneven size; poorly proportioned, as overly large buttocks, shoulders; unsymmetrical
pahu puke n. bookcase.
pahu ʻuiki uila n. fuse box.
pahu uila phonograph (one of the names used for an early phonograph said to have recorded Ka-lā-kaua's voice as he lay dying in 1891 in San Francisco). (EH)
pahu ʻume, pahuʻume S n. drawer, bureau, buffet.
pahu ʻume S n. bureau, dresser. see ʻume.
pahu ʻume o ka lumi ʻaina sideboard. (EH)
pahu wai n. water barrel, tank.
pahuwaiea [pahu·wai·ea] n. aquarium. lit., aerated box (of) water. cf. hale hōʻikeʻike iʻa, pahuhonuaea, pahumeaolaea.
pahu waiho lole n. clothes chest or trunk.
pahu waihona [pahu wai·hona] n. chest of drawers, cabinet, bureau.
pahu waihona pepa [pahu wai·hona pepa] n. file cabinet. lit., container (for) paper files. also pahu waihona, waihona pepa.
pahu waihona waiwai [pahu wai·hona wai·wai] n. treasure chest. lit., chest (for) storing valuables.
pahu waiho puke bookcase. (EH)
pahu waiū [pahu wai·ū] n. milk carton. FOO
pahu wāwahie kūwaho [pahu wā·wahie kū·waho] n. external fuel tank, as on a spaceship. SCI
pai₁ S vt. to urge, encourage, rouse, stir up, excite. [(AN) PPn *pai, good]
hoʻopaito encourage, cause to rouse, etc
pai₂ vt. to raise, lift up, increase. PCP *pai.
pai₃ vt. to laud, praise, exalt. cf. pai aliʻi.
pai- vt. a prefix meaning to laud, encourage; -ism, a suffix in English meaning devotion or adherence to something.
pai₄ vt. to pamper, spoil, as a favorite child; to make a pet of.
I kū nō ka hoʻokiʻekiʻe i ka pai ʻia e ke kupuna wahine.The willfulness is due to being pampered by the grandmother.
pai₅ n. a funnelshaped wicker basket used for catching shrimps and small fish, so called because it was lifted (pai) from the water. also ʻapai, ʻāpua. FIS
pai₆ n. a native fern (Adenophorus hymenophylloides) with clustered, narrow, pinnate fronds, 5 to 13 cm long, growing on trees at rather high altitudes. also huna palai, palai huna. [Pn(CE) *pai, plant sp]FER TRE
pai₇ n. a kind of snail shellfish said to be poisonous to touch (no data). FIS
pai₈ same as pānānai, flat, shallow, as a dish... see kīkala pai. rare.
pai₉ n. pie, tart. Eng. (1 Sam. 17.18) FOO
pai₁₀ n. pi (π), in math. see kī pai, pakuhi pai. Eng. MTH
helu kohu paitranscendental number
paʻi₁ nvt. to slap, spank, beat, hit, clap; to print, publish; to snap, as pictures; to break, as a taboo; a slapping, slap, stamping, printing (several old types of tapa begin with paʻi: paʻipaʻinahā, paʻiua, paʻiʻula; preceded by ke). cf. paʻi ā paʻi, paʻi kiʻi, paʻi puna. [(AN) PPn *paki, slap]TAP
hoʻopaʻi hāluʻasets of parallel lines on a beater at right angles
hoʻopaʻi₁to slap, hit, punish, chastise, fine, pay back, seek revenge; punishment, revenge, fine, penalty
hoʻopaʻi₂design with 12 to 18 ruled parallel lines on a tapa beater
ka mea hoʻopaʻi kokoavenger of blood (Ios. 20.9)
ke kolu o ke paʻi ʻanathird edition
ʻōlelo hoʻopaʻisentence (penalty)
paʻi ʻanaprinting, edition, impression
paʻi iputo beat a gourd drum
paʻi vt. to print, as on a computer (preceded by ke).
n. shot, as of a photograph or in movie or video production (preceded by ke). see kokoke, laulā, lōpū, paʻi kiʻi.
nā ʻano paʻitypes of shots
paʻi kokoke loaextreme close-up
paʻi laulāwide shot
paʻi laulā loaextreme wide shot
paʻi lōpūmedium shot
vt. to take, shoot, or snap, as a photograph (preceded by ke). cf. ʻāpona. see pahu paʻi wikiō.
mea paʻi kiʻiphotographer, cameraperson
paʻi kiʻiʻoniʻonito shoot a movie film
paʻi wikiōto shoot a video
paʻi₂ nvs. to tie; a draw; equal; to make an agreement (said to be so called because champions slapped each other's open palms after they had agreed on the terms of a match or race, and with a draw it was as though they had no more than concluded the terms). cf. paʻi ā paʻi.
Inā e paʻi ana e koho ana ʻoia.If it's a tie, he will vote.
paʻi₃ vt. to mix, as ingredients; to mingle. FOO
paʻi₄ to put clothes to soak, as in soapy water.
paʻi₅ nvt. a bundle, package, especially of food; to tie up such a bundle; bunch, cluster, as of grapes (preceded by ke). cf. paʻi aʻa, paʻi ʻai, paʻi palaoa, paʻi ʻuala, paʻi waina.
Kū ke paʻi.What a load [of work to do].
paʻi₆ rare var. of paʻipaʻi₃; to strip, as bark.
paʻi₇ nvt. lining, as of pandanus or sugar-cane leaves, inside thatching of pili grass; to line thus. PAN PLA
paʻi₈ vs. decaying, of fruits or plants; blight. cf. kāpaʻi₂, poultice. rare. PLA
paʻi₉ short for paʻimalau₁, Portuguese man-of-war... FIS
paʻi n. Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia). Niʻihau. also paʻimalau. see paʻipeʻa, paʻipihi. FIS
paʻi₁₀ n. a heap.
paʻi₁₁ vt. to evict, as from land.
ʻO ka paʻi ʻana o ʻAikanaka i nā mākua … ma kēia paʻi ʻana a ʻAikanaka i nā mākua.As for Man-eater's eviction of the parents … in this eviction by Man-eater of the parents [from their land] (note possessive prepositions o and a in similar environments). (FS 47)
paia nvs. wall, side of a house, clearing in a forest (often translated bower); walled in, as by vegetation. PAN PLA
Paia ʻala i ka hala.Forest bower fragrant with pandanus [also said of grass houses with hīnano bracts stuck in the walls so that all might enjoy the fragrance].
paiʻā n. bracken, a fern (Pteridium aquilinum var. decompositum). also kīlau, kīlau pueo. (Neal 15–16)FER PLA
paʻia vs. temporarily deaf, as from ascending to a high altitude. ILL
ua paʻia hinihiniheard indistinctly
pāʻia v. fenced in; struck. cf. pā₁, ₄. [PPn *paakia, slapped, hit (passive or transitive)]
paʻi aʻa n. root system, rootlets, small branches. [Pn(NP) *pakiaka, root of a plant]BOD PLA
Paʻi aʻa kokosmall arteries or veins
paʻi aʻa koko vein (small). (EH)
pā ʻia e ke Kona hit by the Kona wind. (EH)
Lanalana, pā ʻia e ke Kona, huli pū.Spider, hit by the southerly wind, turns over, (of a weakling). (FS 183)
paʻiaha [paʻi·aha] n. a variety of taro. TAR
paiāhaʻa₁, paiahaʻa [pai·ā·haʻa] vs. short, dumpy, as a person or animal.
paiāhaʻa₂ [pai·ā·haʻa] vi. dancing, surging, undulating, as the sea; tossing, as a canoe in a rough sea. CAN
paʻi ʻai n. hard, pounded but undiluted taro; heavy, as poorly made cake. TAR
lima paʻi ʻailoose-flowing sleeve
ʻōlelo paʻi aiEnglish or pidgin Hawaiian
paʻia kuli, pāʻia kuli vs. deafening.
paialewa [pai·alewa] vt. convectional, i.e. to circulate, as air or liquid, between a lower and higher stratum due to variations in density, heat; and gravity; convection; convective. [comb. pai + a + lewa.]. SCI
No ka paialewa, ʻike ʻia nā ao ʻōpua nui ma luna o ka mokupuni a me ka ua nui ma uka o nā pali.Because of convection, large clouds form over the island and rain falls over the interior mountainous sections.
paiālewa [pai·ā·lewa] vt. tossed here and there, as by a rough sea; to carry back and forth, to and fro, up and down, as a boat or kite; to tote. lit., lift unto space. (For. 5:548)
pai aliʻi v. to laud or praise a chief; to elevate one's own ego by recounting one's association with chiefs; name-dropping.
Paialopāʻowā [Pai-alo-pā-ʻowā] n. wind inland of Hāna, Maui. WIN
paialou [pai·alou] vt. to make a pitch, as a sales pitch, or to 'sell' an idea. [comb. pai + a + lou.].
paʻi ʻana n. printing, edition.
paʻi ʻana no ka hoʻoponopono proofs (of printing). (EH)
paia o hope back wall of a house. (EH)
paʻi ā paʻi vs. equal, as of two persons; to tie, have a draw. cf. paʻi₂. CLO
hoʻopaʻi ā paʻito make similar; to copy the clothing or manners of another, to ape, mimic, imitate
Ua paʻi ā paʻi lāua ma ka naʻauao.They are equals in wisdom.
paiʻāpala [paiʻā·pala] n. apple pie. Eng. FOO
paʻiāuma [paʻi·ā·uma] v. to slap the chest, as in grief. fig., to show grief, wail in lamentation. (Gram. 8.7.2)
Paʻiāuma wale aku nō i ke aloha i nā kāne.Just showing great grief from love for the husbands.
paʻi berena var. spelling of paʻi pelena, loaves...
paiʻea n. an edible crab, found where the ʻaʻama is found, but with a harder shell and shorter legs fringed in front with short, stiff hair; perhaps one of the grapsids; one of the names of Ka-mehameha I. fig., a star athlete. [PPn *paʻikea, crab sp]CRA
paʻiha same as ʻihaʻiha.
Paʻiha ʻoukou i ke ala, e ʻāpuʻe.You are strained on the path, struggle. (For. 6:294)
paihaʻa [pai·haʻa] var. of paiāhaʻa₁, short, dumpy..., paiāhaʻa₂, dancing, surging...
paihaʻakei ʻili [pai·haʻa·kei ʻili] vt. racism, i.e. adhering to a belief that one's own race is superior to another race. also paihaʻakei lāhui. cf. hoʻokae, hoʻokae ʻili. [comb. pai- + haʻakei + ʻili.].
paihaʻakei lāhui [pai·haʻa·kei lā·hui] see paihaʻakei ʻili, racism...
paʻi hakahaka [paʻi haka·haka] n. printing, as contrasted with handwriting (kākau); form, questionnaire; blank, as on a questionnaire. lit., space printing.
paʻi hakahaka [paʻi haka·haka] vt. to type. Niʻihau. also kikokiko.
paʻi hale v. to thatch or line a house. see paʻi₇. HOU
paihānau [pai·hā·nau] n. pro-life, i.e. opposed to abortion; right to life. cf. paikoho. [comb. pai- + hānau.]. see kaupalena hānau.
paʻi hewa S nvt. misprint, typographical error; to make such an error. lit., mistaken printing.
paihī n. trickling water, as down the face of a cliff. rare.
paʻihi vt. clear, bright, cloudless; neat, tidy, well dressed in one's best; to honor; set, as a ship's sails (often preceded by hao ā). PCP *paki(f,s)i. WIN
Hōʻike ka nani o ka wahine, a i kō lā nui hao ā paʻihi.The beauty of the woman shows, and on your important day dress in your best. (name song for Kapiʻolani)
Kūlana hanohano i paʻihi ʻia aku maluna ona.An honor conferreed upon him.
pāʻihi₁ n. a small weed (Nasturtium sarmentosum), related to watercress; used medicinally and as a tapa dye. cf. ʻihi kū kēpau. (Neal 372) PPN *pakisi. PLA TAP
pāʻihi₂ n. Maui name for ʻōhiʻa hā, same as hā₇, a native species of Eugenia.
pāʻihiʻihi₁ redup. of paʻihi, clear, bright... see ex. mikihilina, oki₂.
pāʻihiʻihi₂ same as pāʻihi₁, , small weed, tree... pāʻihi₂, small weed, tree...
paiho₁ vi. to project, as a bone through flesh. rare. ILL
paiho₂ vi. to make hand signals. rare.
paiho₃ vs. peeled, as skin. rare.
paihō [pai·hō] n. flapping, of a malo. rare.
paihoʻāhu kāloaʻa [pai·hoʻāhu kā·loaʻa] see paikāloaʻa, capitalism...
paihoʻohaeweli [pai·hoʻo·hae·weli] n. terrorism. [pai- + hoʻohaeweli]. see hana haeweli, hoʻohaeweli, limahaeweli.[+]
paʻi hou reprint. (EH)
pai hua n. custard pie, egg pie, fruit pie. FOO
paʻi hua₁ n. bundle of fruit; fruit cluster, as of grapes. FOO
paʻi hua₂ n. bulge, as in canoe sides. rare. CAN
paʻi hua fiku var. spelling of paʻi hua piku, cake of figs...
paʻi hua piku, paʻi hua fiku n. cake of figs. (1 Sam. 25.18) FOO
paʻi hua waina, paʻi huawaina n. cluster of grapes. (1 Sam. 25.18) FOO
pāʻīʻiʻi see nenue.
paiʻiʻihā [paiʻiʻi·hā] n. a small, light-green, oblong fern (Dryopteris dentata), tapering at both ends and divided into many long, narrow divisions, widely distributed in woods of temperate and tropical countries. In Hawaiʻi it also volunteers in gardens. (Neal 20–1)FER PLA
paʻi i ka pāpākole spank. (EH)
paʻiʻina redup. of paʻina.
paʻi ipu to drum, drummer. (EH)
paika nvt. fight; to fight. Eng.
paʻi kāhela [paʻi kā·hela] vt. to pan, as with a movie or video camera (preceded by ke). lit., take (a picture) sweeping backward and forward.
paikala [pai·kala] vt. public relations. [Sh. pai + kūkala]. also ʻoilaulaha.[+]
Na ka māhele paikala o kēia hui e kūkala aku i ka nūhou maikaʻi i ka lehulehu.It's the job of this company's public relations department to announce good news to the public.
pā i ka leo hurt feelings, rebuked. (EH)
paikāloaʻa [pai·kā·loaʻa] vt. capitalism. also paihoʻāhu kāloaʻa. [comb. pai- + kāloaʻa.]. see ahu kāloaʻa.
Ua hoʻohiki maila ke aupuni o Kina e hoʻomau ʻia ana ka ʻōnaehana paikāloaʻa ma Honokaona ma hope o ka hoʻihoʻi ʻia ʻana o ia panalāʻau Beretānia o ka wā ma mua iā Kina.The Chinese government has promised that it would maintain a capitalistic system in Hong Kong after the former British colony reverts back to China.
pā i ka makau wary (as a fish). (EH)
paikano [pai·kano] vt. to make a great pet of; to treat with great favor.
E paikano nui ana nō ʻoia i ke aliʻi.He treated the chief with great favor.
paikau [pai·kau] vi. to march, drill, parade, pass to and fro; to practice firearms.
He kumu paikau no nā koa hele wāwae.Manual of arms for infantry soldiers.
paʻi kau vs. equal. rare.
pā i ka ʻū grief-stricken. (EH)
paikauhale [pai·kau·hale] vt. to go gadding about from house to house.
Paikauhale [Pai-kau·hale] n. name of a star. see Auhaele. STA
paikaulei [pai·kau·lei] rare var. of pakaulei.
paikauleia [pai·kau·leia] pas/imp. of paikaulei, gad about...
pā i ka ʻupena wary (as a fish). (EH)
pā i ke kai nui struck by a big sea. (EH)
He ʻūlili holoholo kahakai, pā i ke kai nui, hina.A tattler running on the beach, struck by a big sea, falls. (of weaklings). (EH)
paiki, pāiki, pāisi n. bag, suitcase, satchel, pocketbook, purse. Eng.
pāiki, pāisi n. suitcase, purse.
pāiki₁ [pā·iki] n. hollow of the hand. rare.
pāiki₂ [pā·iki] vs. cramped, pressed close, crowded. rare.
pāiki hāʻawe, pāisi hāʻawe [pāiki hā·ʻawe] n. backpack, knap-sack lit., backpack bag. also ʻawe.
paʻi kiʻi n.v. to take pictures, photographs; photographer. lit., snap pictures. cf. pahu paʻi kiʻi, pepa paʻi kiʻi.
paʻi kiʻi vt. to photograph or take a picture, either still or motion (preceded by ke). see kiʻi paʻi, paʻi.
paikikala [pai·kikala] n. bicycle (usually follows kaʻa, vehicle). Eng.
paikikala [paiki·kala] n. bicycle. cf. kalaikikala. CAR
kaea paikikalabicycle tire
kalaiwa paikikalabicycle handlebars
kaulahao paikikalabicycle chain
ke ʻau paikikalabicycle handlebars
kua hao paikikalabicycle crossbar
noho paikikalabicycle seat
paikikala holo kuahiwimountain bike
taea paikikalabicycle tire
pāiki lola n. tape case, cassette holder. cf. poho lola.
paikini [pai·kini] n. fashion, style. Eng.
paʻi kinipōpō [paʻi kini·pōpō] n.v. baseball bat, tennis racquet; to hit a ball. SPO
paiki paʻalima, paiki paʻa lima [paiki paʻa·lima] n. handbag.
paikoho [pai·koho] n. pro-choice, i.e. advocating legalized abortion. cf. paihānau. [comb. pai- + koho.]. see kaupalena hānau.
paʻi koli vt. to trim, cut short.
paikomo [pai·komo] vt. recruitment; to recruit. [pai- + komo]. cf. painoho.[+]
paiku pass (to and fro). (EH)
paikū kaʻawale [pai·kū kaʻa·wale] n. isolationism. lit., adhering to (the principle of) standing separate.
paʻi kukui n. a kind of dark tapa cloth dyed with juice from kukui bark, said to be from Hālawa, Molokaʻi (Ii 83). According to (And), a pale yellow tapa made on Molokaʻi. also paʻipaʻi kukui. TAP
paikuli [pai·kuli] those in charge of a chief's property. (And.)
paʻi kulo vt. to make a sidewinder serve, in volleyball. Niʻihau. SPO
paikumu [pai·kumu] vs. to have connections with important or influential persons. rare.
paila₁ nvt. pile, heap; to heap up. Eng.
Kū ka paila.A big pile [work to do].
paila₂, baila nvt. to boil, percolate. FOO
E paila aku i ka ʻiʻo pipi.Boil the beef.
paila vi. to boil. see kēkelē. FOO
kēkelē pailaboiling point
pailaha [pai·laha] n. credit, as the name of a person who has contributed to a performance. [comb. hāpai + hoʻolaha.].
paila ʻia piled. (EH)
pailaka, pailata [pai·laka] nvt. pilot; to pilot.
Iesū, e pailaka iaʻuJesus, pilot me. (hymn)
pailani [pai·lani] similar to mailani, to praise, but often pejorative; to spoil.
pailani loa indulged. (EH)
pailata var. spelling of pailaka, pilot...
pailata mokulele aviator. (EH)
paʻilauʻula [paʻi·lauʻula] n. dry pandanus leaves still clinging to the tree. lit., cut red leaves. rare. PAN TRE
paila wahie n. woodpile, pile of firewood.
paileki [pai·leki] n. Pyrex. Eng. SCI
hano hoʻokolohua pailekiPyrex test tube
pāʻili n. swelling, as of newly made tattooing. rare.
pā ʻili v. to touch the skin. FIS
Ka iʻa pā ʻili kanaka o Waimea.The fish that touches the skin of the people of Waimea [said of great schools of hinana, fish].
pā ʻili see lāʻau make pā ʻili, contact poison...
paʻi lihi vt. to dink, i.e. to mishit or clip (the ball), in volleyball. lit., slight hit. also hoʻokulu. see ʻai hele wale. SPO
pā ilina, pāilina n. cemetery, graveyard. see ex. wailua₁.
pāilina var. spelling of pā ilina, cemetery...
pailoka [pai·loka] same as pailaka, pilot
pailola [pai·lola] n. wintergreen. (scientific name Pyrola). Eng. FOO
pailolo₁ [pai·lolo] n. a variety of sugar cane. also hou, pakaweli. SUG
Pailolo₂ [pai·lolo] n. name of the channel between Molokaʻi and Maui.
pailua [pai·lua] nvs. nausea; nauseating, abominable. [Pn(CE) *pairua, nausea; feeling of disgust]ILL
hoʻopailuato cause nausea, vomiting; nauseating, sickening, revolting, disgusting, loathsome
Nā mea lele ʻē aʻe apau e kolo ana, me nā wāwae ʻehā, he mea ia e hoʻopailua ʻia e ʻoukou.All other flying things that creep, which have four feet, shall be an abomination unto you. (Oihk. 11.23)
paʻi lua SPO
ʻaʻena paʻi luadouble-hit violation, in volleyball
paʻimalau₁ [paʻi·malau] n. Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia). [PPn *paki-paki, Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia sp.)]FIS
paʻimalau [paʻi·malau] n. Portuguese man-of-war (Physalia). also paʻi. see paʻipeʻa, paʻipihi. FIS
paʻimalau₂ [paʻi·malau] n. a fleet of canoes fishing for aku with the malau, bait carrier. FIS CAN
paimana aupuni [pai·mana au·puni] vt. communism. lit., adhering to government power. GOV
paimana kaʻawale [pai·mana kaʻa·wale] n. federalism, i.e. the principle of division of power between the state and national governments. lit., adhering to separate power. GOV
paʻi manamana [paʻi mana·mana] vt. to volley, i.e. keep the ball in play, in volleyball. lit., hit (with) fingers. also pohu. cf. lelekīkē. SPO
pai me nā mea ʻai ʻokiʻoki ʻia mince pie. (EH)
paina₁ na form of pai₂; to lift; lifting, swelling or breaking, as waves.
paina₂ n. fine cloth like serge.
paina₃ n. pine trees and all kinds of conifers; ironwood; cedar (RSV), ash (KJV). Eng. (Isa. 44.14) TRE
paina n. pine, conifer, or any tree which resembles a pine. also paina lau kukuna, paina tidara (Bib). TRE
paina₄ n. pint. Eng.
paina n. pint. abb. pin.
paʻina₁ nvi. to crackle, snap, click, tick, pop, resound; crackling, etc; brittle, easily torn. cf. kānepaʻina, ʻuʻina. PEP *pakinga.
pā paʻinato click, ticktack
paʻina n. click, as the sound produced when clicking a computer mouse. see kaomi, kōmi. CMP
He kuli nui ka paʻina o kēia ʻiole.This mouse has a loud click to it.
paʻina₂ n. Hawaiʻi Island name for pohā₂, cape gooseberry. PLA FOO
pāʻina nvt. meal, dinner, small party with dinner; to eat a pāʻina. FOO
pāʻina ahiahi [pāʻina ahi·ahi] n. evening meal, dinner, supper. FOO
pāʻina ʻai poi poi supper. (EH)
painaʻāpala [paina·ʻā·pala] n. pineapple. [mān]. also hala kahiki. SCI FOO
paina kahakai [paina kaha·kai] n. French tamarisk (Tamarix gallica), shrub or small trees. Niʻihau. cf. (Neal 587). PLA TRE
paina Kuke n. Cook pine. also kumu paina Kuke. TRE
Paʻinakuli [Paʻina-kuli] n. a stroke in lua fighting. lit., deafening crackle. LUA
paina luhe n. ironwood. lit., drooping pine. also paina. TRE
pāina male, pāʻina male [pā·ina male] n. wedding feast or reception. FOO
pāʻina poi n.v. poi lunch or supper. POI FOO
paina Pukikī [paina puki·kī] n. Portuguese cypress. also paina tireza (Bib.). TRE
paina pupupu same as paina kahakai; Niʻihau.
painiki [pai·niki] vt. to dress in tight-fitting garments; buttoned up tightly. cf. niki, to tie
pai niu n. coconut pie. CN FOO
paʻiniu [paʻi·niu] n. some native Hawaiian lilies (Astelia spp) with long, narrow, silvery or tan leaves forming rosette-shaped plants growing either on the ground or perching on trees. Small yellow or greenish flowers develop in a panicle on a stalk shorter than the leaves. Formerly, Hawaiians braided hat leis out of the shiny outer layer of the leaves and wore them as a sign that they had visited Kī-lau-ea Volcano, where one species is common. Also used, rarely, for house thatch (For. 5:655). (Neal 192)PLA TRE FLO
paʻiniu [paʻi-niu] n. a very thin type of tapa. TAP
painoho [pai·noho] vt. retention, as of students enrolled at a school; to retain. cf. paikomo. [pai- + noho]. see noho.[+]
He aha ke ʻano o nā papahana painoho haumāna o ke kula?What kind of student retention programs are there at the school?
painu n. gram. verb, or any word used as a verb. māka painu, verb marker. see pepeke painu. (PHG)
painuʻu₁ [pai·nuʻu] vt. to carry on the hip or back, as a heavy child; to lug, as a heavy object that must be hitched up now and then.
Ahonui kēia kaikamahine i ka painuʻu i ke kaikaina.This girl is so patient in lugging about her little sister.
painuʻu₂ [pai·nuʻu] vt. to boast. see ex. ʻēkā.
paio nvt. to quarrel, argue, fight; combat, argument, conflict, strife, battle, struggle; to contend, as conflicting winds. WIN
ʻahahui paiodebating club
Haʻa nā makani, pā e paio nei, paio i ke alo o makani pā lua.Moving low are the winds, striking as they contend here, blustering before the strong-blowing winds. (For. 6:299)
hoa paioopponent, enemy
hoʻopaiocaus/sim (For. 6:487)
paiō [pai·ō] n. fixed swing, as with two or more ropes or chains. Niʻihau.. cf. lele koali.
pā ʻiʻo, pāʻiʻo nvt. fishhook baited with flesh; to remove flesh from bones, as of fish. cf. pā₃. FIS
paioa [pai·oa] vs. tall, slim. cf. leioa.
paioea, paiowea [paio·ea, paio·wea] n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
pai ʻōhua [pai ʻō·hua] n. basket trap for fishing ʻōhua. cf. pai₅. FIS
paio kālaimanaʻo [paio kā·lai·manaʻo] n. debate, argument.
paio kālaimanaʻo [paio kā·lai·manaʻo] vt. debate; to debate.
hui paio kālaimanaʻodebate club
paiola [pai·ola] vs. nutritious. [comb. pai + ola.]. cf. ʻaiaola. FOO
pā ʻiole, pāʻiole n. food left for rats on a tray (pā).
paionia [pai·onia] nvs. pioneer. Eng.
pai ʻoʻopu n. basket trap for fishing ʻoʻopu. cf. pai₅. FIS
paiowea var. spelling of paioea, a variety of sweet potato...
paipai₁ [pai·pai] S redup. of pai₁, urge, encourage...; to lobby.
hoʻopaipairedup. of hoʻopai; to promote, cheer, lobby; promotion, agitator
luna paipai pilafloor leader, as a member of a legislative body
paipai₂ [pai·pai] S redup. of pai₂, raise, lift up...; to rock. see noho paipai, rocking chair...
paʻipaʻi₁ [paʻi·paʻi] redup. of paʻi₁, to slap, spank, beat, hit, clap...; to applaud, clap; applause; to sprinkle coloring matter (as charcoal or red cloth) on tapa and beat it in. PPN *pakipaki. TAP
hoʻopaʻipaʻiredup. of hoʻopaʻi₁, to slap, hit, punish, chastise...
paʻipaʻi₂ [paʻi·paʻi] redup. of paʻi₃, to mix, as ingredients, to mingle; mixed, diluted. FOO
lama paʻipaʻi ʻiamixed alcoholic drink, cocktail
waiū paʻipaʻidiluted milk
paʻipaʻi [paʻi·paʻi] vt. to dilute or mix, as a drink. cf. hoʻokaiaka. FOO
Ua paʻipaʻi ʻia ka lama i ka wai.The alcoholic beverage was diluted with water.
paʻipaʻi₃ [paʻi·paʻi] vt. to trim, prune, cut, clip, as a plant or the hair; to strip off, as leaves. PLA
ʻAʻole ia e paʻipaʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻōlaʻolaʻo ʻia.It shall not be pruned, nor dug. (Isa. 5.6)
lauoho paʻipaʻitrimmed hair
paʻipaʻi₄ [paʻi·paʻi] vt. to dribble, as a basketball. Niʻihau. also pākimokimo, pāloiloi. cf. pekupeku. SPO
paipaieʻe [pai·pai·eʻe] same as pepeieʻe.
paʻipaʻiʻiole [paʻi·paʻiʻiole] see papaʻiole.
paipai kalaiʻāina campaign (political). (EH)
paʻipaʻi kukui [paʻi·paʻi kukui] same as paʻi kukui, kind of dark tapa... TAP
paʻipaʻi lāʻau chemistry. (EH)
paʻipaʻi lima [paʻi·paʻi lima] n.v. to clap, applaud; applause, clapping.
paʻipaʻi mālie pat. (EH)
paipai manaʻo [pai·pai manaʻo] n. memorial, revived memory. (Puk. 30.16)
paʻipāʻina [paʻi·pāʻina] redup. of pāʻina, meal, dinner...
paʻipaʻinahā [paʻi·paʻi·nahā] n. tapa cloak worn over the shoulder like a cape. TAP CLO
paʻipāʻi pālua [paʻi·pāʻi pā·lua] vt. to double dribble, in basketball. also pākimokimo pālua, pāloiloi pālua. SPO
Paipala, Baibala [pai·pala] n. Bible; Biblical. Eng.
Wehe i ka Paipala.Open the Bible [at random, select a passage and interpret this as help or solution to a problem]. (Nānā 204)
pai palaʻai n. pumpkin pie. FOO
paʻi pālahalaha [paʻi pā·laha·laha] vt. to spike with open hand, in volleyball. Nīʻihau. see hili, kuʻi puʻupuʻu. SPO
Paipala Hemolele Holy Bible. (EH)
paʻi palaoa n. cakes of fine flour. (Nah. 6.15) FOO
paʻi palaoa n. dough. lit., mix flour. FOO
paʻi palapala [paʻi pala·pala] n.v. printing press; to print.
paʻipeʻa [paʻi·peʻa] n. by-the-wind-sailor, a kind of jellyfish. [comb. paʻi + peʻa.]. see paʻi, paʻipihi. FIS
paʻi pelena, paʻi berena n. loaves. (1 Sam. 25.18) FOO
paʻipihi [paʻi·pihi] n. blue-button, a kind of jellyfish. [comb. paʻi + pihi.]. see paʻi, paʻipeʻa. FIS
pai pika n. pizza. also pika. Eng. FOO
paipo nv. a short surf board, a body board. "During the early 1900s, the term paepo'o was commonly used in Waikīkī, and it meant riding a wave with only the body. After World War II … referring to bodysurfing with a small board." (The Beaches of O'ahu, By John R. K. Clark. University Press of Hawaii, 1977.) reportedly coined by Hawaiian surfing legend Wally Froiseth ca. 1956, his (mis)spelling of pae po, a shortened form of paepoʻo. see mypaipoboards.org.
paipu n. pipe, faucet. Eng. TOO
kala paipupipe wrench
kanaka hoʻomoe paipuplumber
ke kī o ka paipufaucet key
kuʻi paipupipe fitting
paipu lawe ʻinosewage system
tuko paipuplastic pipe cement
tuko paipu ʻeaplastic pipe cement
wai paiputap water
pai pū n. pumpkin pie.
pā ipu₁ n. calabash, wooden dish in general, cooking utensil, bowl (preceded by ke). cf. waihona pā ipu. (Ier. 52.18)
Lawea mai i kau pā ipu a kākou.Bring our dishes, cooking utensils.
pā ipu₂ n.v. to beat a gourd drum; the drum itself and accompanying chant and sitting dance by the chanter. also hula kuolo.
paipu ahi n. exhaust pipe, as on a car. Niʻihau. cf. kini paipu ahi. CAR
paipu hanu n. windpipe, trachea, in anatomy. lit., pipe (for) breathing. also paipu hanu o lalo. cf. paipu moni. see kaniʻāʻī, and entry below. BOD
ke pani paipu hanuepiglottis
paipu hanu o lunalarynx
paipu hanu n. snorkel. lit., pipe (for) breathing. SPO
ʻauʻau paipu hanuto snorkel
paipu kinai ahi n. fire hydrant. lit., pipe (for) extinguishing fire. also piula wai.
paipu koʻo S n. pipe used to hold up clear plastic sheeting over an aquaculture tank. lit., support pipe.
paipu lawe ʻino n. sewer, the pipe.
ke pani paipu lawe ʻinomanhole cover, as for a sewer
paipuliʻi [paipu·liʻi] n. pipette. [comb. paipu + liʻi.]. SCI
paipuliʻi ʻumelauohocapillary pipette
paipu moni n. esophagus. lit., pipe (for) swallowing. cf. paipu hanu. BOD
paʻi puna v. to whitewash, plaster. lit., to slap coral.
paʻipunahele [paʻi·puna·hele] n.v. to fete a favorite (punahele), especially by composing songs in his honor, and staging dances and feasts for him; an expression of love for a favorite.
He paʻipunahele kēlā nā ke kupuna i ke keiki.That is the grandparent's expression of affection for the child.
paipu omo wai n. drain. Niʻihau.
pairogalola [pai·roga·lola] n. pyrogallol. Eng. SCI
pāisi var. spelling of paiki, bag...
paʻiua [paʻi·ua] n. fine, white tapa. TAP
paʻi ʻuala n. cooked and compressed sweet potatoes allowed to ferment slightly and used as a substitute for poi when poi was scarce. Also poi ʻuala by analogy with poi. SWP POI
paʻiʻula₁ n. tapa made by beating red rags or tapa pieces to form a mixture of white and red (as outer or kilohana sheet for bedcovers). also welu ʻula. cf. moelola. TAP
paʻiʻula₂ calabash receptacle for sarongs. (AP) CLO
paʻi ulele vt. service, in volleyball; to serve (the ball). lit., hit (to) get into action. cf. hānai, hānai puʻupuʻu. SPO
ʻaʻena paʻi uleleservice violation
kaʻa paʻi uleleside out
paʻi umauma [paʻi uma·uma] n. chest-slapping hula. [Pn(MQ) *paki-uma, chest-slapping dance]HUL
paʻi ʻuwala sweet-potato poi. (EH)
paiwa n. drama; dramatic. Tongan faiva (entertainment)..
hana keaka paiwadramatic play
pāiwa [pā·iwa] vt. nine times, nine at a time, to divide by nine or distribute to nine.
paʻi waina n. cluster of grapes.
paʻi wale n.v. a draw or tie; to have a draw or tie. cf. paʻi₂. SPO
pai wela me nā mea ʻai ʻokiʻoki ʻia hot mince pie. (EH)
paka₁ vt. to remove the dregs, such as fibers, from herbs used for medicine; to strain. ILL
paka₂ vt. to criticize constructively, as chanting; to look for flaws in order to perfect; to teach, correct.
paka₃ n. raindrops, patter of rain, especially of big drops. [(OC) PPn *pata, raindrop]WIN
Hana ka uluna i ka paka o ka ua.Work the pillow during the dropping of rain. [i.e., might as well rest when it's raining].
ʻO ka ua paka kahi, paka lua, pakapaka ua, paka ua, kūlokuloku.The rain falling in single drops, in double drops, the many drops, raindrops, rain in streams. (chant for Kuakini)
paka₄ same as kākala, cartilage. BOD
paka₅ n. Kaʻū name for ʻōpakapaka, a fish. FIS
paka₆ n. tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), a hairy annual herb from tropical America, which may grow nearly 2 m high, introduced to Hawaiʻi in about 1812. It was tried out unsuccessfully from 1908 to 1929 as a possible industry. Plants are now growing both wild and cultivated. Wild tobacco (Nicotiana glauca).(Neal 751). (Neal 752)PLA FOO
paka₇ n. butter (usually follows waiū). Eng. FOO
paka₈, bata n. curds. (Kin. 18.8) , (KJV). Eng. FOO
paka₉ n. bugger. Eng.
pakā vt. to dunk (the ball), in basketball. onomatopoeia. also ʻūpoʻi. cf. pākī. SPO
Ua kaʻa ke eo o ka hoʻokūkū pakā iā Spud Web.Spud Web took the slam dunk contest.
pāka₁ n. park. Eng.
ʻOihana o nā Pāka a me nā Hana HoʻonaneaDepartment of Parks and Recreation
pāka₂ vt. to park, as a car. Eng.
pākā₁ [pā·kā] var. of pākaʻa₁. FOO
ʻiʻo pākālean meat
pākā [pā·kā] vs. lean, as meat. FOO
pākā loaextra lean
pākā₂ [pā·kā] vt. to cut in long slices, to hack, as pig or fish for salting; to cut back, as a plant. FIS PLA
pākā [pā·kā] vt. to skin, as a pig or sheep. Niʻihau. ANI FOO
pākā hapahāto quarter, as an animal
pākā₃ [pā·kā] vt. to scramble, as eggs.
hua pākāscrambled eggs, omelet
pākā₄ [pā·kā] vi. to surf, as with canoe, board, or body; to skim, as a surfing canoe; to skip stones. CAN
pākā₅ [pā·kā] n. sinker on a fish line for deep-sea fishing. (For. 4:293) FIS
pākā₆ [pā·kā] vt. to fish with hook and line but no pole, as ulua. also kākā. FIS
pākā₇ [pā·kā] var. of pākākā₁.
pākā₈ [pā·kā] vs. wrinkled. cf. pākāeaea, pakalua. rare.
pākā₉ [pā·kā] same as hoka, to strain rare.
pākaʻa₁ [pā·kaʻa] vs. lean, as meat. FOO
pākaʻa₂ [pā·kaʻa] var. of ʻākaʻa, tear off, peel...
pākaʻa₃, pakaʻa [pā·kaʻa] vt. to converse, tell interesting tales or anecdotes. rare.
pākaʻapohe [pā·kaʻa·pohe] n. rosette. [comb. pākaʻa + pohe.].
pākaʻau [pā·kaʻau] vt. forty at a time; to divide by forty or distribute to forty. see ex. pāhoe.
pāka aupuni [pāka au·puni] n. national park. G
ʻOihana Pāka AupuniNational Park Service
Pāka Aupuni ʻo HauneneʻeGlacier National Park
Pāka Aupuni ʻo IosemiteYosemite National Park
Pāka Aupuni ʻo KīlaueaHawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
pākaʻawili [pā·kaʻa·wili] same as pākaʻuwili, kaʻawili; spiral.
Ke ahi e pākaʻawili ana iāia iho.The fire enfolding itself. (Ezek. 1.4)
pākaʻawili [pā·kaʻa·wili] n. spiralateral, in math. MTH
kaha pākaʻawilito draw a spiralateral
pākāeaea [pā·kā·ea·ea] vs. wrinkled. cf. pākā₈.
ʻAi ka lani iā Hawaiʻi, kau ka pākāeaea i lunathe heavenly chief rules Hawaiʻi, [he] is covered with wrinkles. (For. 6:386)
pakaha n. a native herb (Lepechinia [Sphacele] hastata) found only at altitudes of 600 to 1800 m on East Maui. It is a mint, 1 to 1.5 m high, more or less downy, with large leaves and clustered, narrow red-violet flowers. (Neal 732)PLA FLO
pākaha₁ [pā·kaha] vt. to cheat, fleece, plunder, rob, raid; robbery, raid, etc. see song, ʻānulu.
hoʻopākahato cause to cheat
pākaha mai ka lewaair raid
pākaha₂ [pā·kaha] n. a kind of shell, perhaps a conch. see maile pākaha. FIS
pākahakaha [pā·kaha·kaha] n. a native fern (Pleopeltis thunbergiana), with related forms in Asia and Africa, common on forest trees. A creeping, underground stem bears erect, short-stemmed, narrow fronds 15 to 30 cm long. also ʻēkaha ʻākōlea, puaʻakuhinia. (Neal 25)FER TRE
pākaha mai ka lewa air raid. (EH)
paka hanuhanu [paka hanu·hanu] n. snuff. lit., inhaling tobacco.
pā kāhea [pā kā·hea] S n.v. welcoming call; to call in welcome. WIN
Lohe mai i ka pā kāhea a ke Koʻolauwahine.Hear the call of Koʻolauwahine (a wind).
pākahi [pā·kahi] vt. singly, once, one at a time, one by one, respectively, separately, apiece, individually; to distribute one at a time or one apiece. MTH
miki pākahito dip in succession for poi; to eat poi successively
pākahi [pā·kahi] MTH
hoʻonui paukū pākahito multiply through, in math
pepa pākahione-dollar bill
pākahikahi [pā·kahi·kahi] vs. one at a time, one by one. Niʻihau. see kākau pākahikahi.[+]
ʻAʻole hiki iaʻu ke paʻi hakahaka ʻāwīwī; pono wau e hana pākahikahi.I can’t type fast; I have to do it one at a time.
pākahikahi [pā·kahi·kahi] see kākau pākahikahi, ʻoka pākahikahi.
paka honihoni [paka honi·honi] n. snuff. lit., smelling tobacco.
pakai₁ n. spleen amaranth (Amaratihus dubius), a coarse, erect, spineless, weedy, tropical herb; it looks much like spinach, and the young plants are similarly used. PLA
pakai₂ n. slender amaranth (Amaranthus viridis), resembling the spleen amaranth and used for greens. It differs in its habit of spreading close to the ground. Called ʻāheahea in some localities and pakapakai on Niʻihau. (Neal 334)PLA FOO
pakaiea₁ [pakai·ea] n. same as līpahapaha, sea lettuce. Hawaiʻi. SWD
pakaiea₂ [pakai·ea] n. same as halāliʻi, a variety of sugar cane; named for the seaweed. SWD SUG
pakaiea₃ [pakai·ea] n. a variety of taro. TAR
Pakaiea₄ [pakai·ea] n. name of a wind at Waiʻanae, Oʻahu. WIN
pakaiea₅ [pakai·ea] n. name of a type of wave at Kai-mū, Hawaiʻi. (FS 255)
pakaiele [pakai·ele] n. young of the hou, a fish. FIS
pākaikai₁ [pā·kai·kai] vt. to pound, as with a pestle, especially small fish for bait. FIS TOO
pākaikai₂ [pā·kai·kai] same as pakai₁, spleen amaranth, pakai₂, slender amaranth... PLA
pākaikai₃ [pā·kai·kai] same as pakaiea₁, seaweed, pakaiea₂, sugarcane, pakaiea₃, taro, pakaiea₄, wind, pakaiea₅, wave... SWD SUG TAR WIN
pākaikāwale [pā·kai·kā·wale] n. a fish, perhaps an ʻōpakapaka. [Pn(CE) *paataitai, a fish]FIS
pakai kukū n. spiny amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus), a widespread, weedy herb, 30 to 70 or 80 cm high, with many branches bearing narrow or ovate leaves, each leaf with a pair of spines at the base, and male flowers in long spikes. (Neal 333–4)PLA FLO
pākākā₁ [pā·kā·kā] nvs. low and broad, especially of a wooden bowl or door; a low, wide wooden bowl, according to (Buck) the largest ever made.
hoʻopākākāto shape into a low, wide door or bowl
nīnau pākākāleading question
puka pākākālow side door in a house, not the main door, through which one must stoop to enter (FS 119)
pākākā₂ [pā·kā·kā] n. a variety of gourd: squatty, small, used for meat and fish (ipu kai). also noʻunoʻu. (HP 208)FIS
pākākā₃ [pā·kā·kā] redup. of pākā₂, slice, pākā₃, scramble, pākā₄, surf... slab, as of salted pork.
pākākā₄ [pā·kā·kā] vt. to inflate, blow up, as a balloon with air.
pākākā₅ [pā·kā·kā] to skim...
heluhelu pākākāto skim read
ka heluhelu pākākā ʻanaskim reading
pākakaʻa [pā·kakaʻa] vi. to roll one at a time. cf. kakaʻa.
hoʻopākakaʻacaus/sim.; to mill around
pākakahi [pā·kakahi] vt. to distribute one at a time to several; scattered, here and there, as light rain. cf. kakahi, pākahi. (Gram. 10.3) FIS WIN
E pākakahi aku i ka iʻa i kamaliʻi.Giving the children fish one each, or one at a time.
pāka kāniwala [pāka kāni·wala] n. amusement park. lit., carnival park. SPO
pākākā waʻa [pā·kā·kā waʻa] v. canoe surfing.
Ua aʻo au i nā ʻano heʻe nalu like ʻole: ʻo ka heʻe nalu maʻamau ʻoe, ʻo ka kaha nalu ʻoe, ʻo ka pākākā waʻa ʻoe, a ʻo ka heʻe ma ka papa paipo nō hoʻi.I learned various kinds of surfing: the usual surfing, body surfing, canoe surfing, and paipo board surfing as well. (NMOK 20:4(5))
pakakē [paka·kē] nvi. gibberish, garbled speech, jibber jabber; to jabber.
hoʻopakakēto talk thus
pakakeha [paka·keha] n. mat spread across a door for privacy. rare.
pāka ke kaʻa to park a car. (EH)
pakakeʻu [paka·keʻu] vt. to scold excessively.
pakakī₁ [paka·kī] vi. to talk irrationally, loudly, or contentiously.
pakakī₂ [paka·kī] vi. to skim over the water, as a flying fish. FIS
pakakū [paka·kū] vi. to fall; falling in heavy splotches, as rain. (Kep. 37)WIN
pākala₁ [pā·kala] n. young of the kala, a fish. FIS
pākala₂ [pā·kala] vs. rough, as skin of kala, a fish. FIS
pākala₃, bakala [pā·kala] n. buckle. Eng.
pā ka lā The sun shines. (EH)
pāka lāhui [pāka lā·hui] n. national park.
pākalakala₁ [pā·kala·kala] n. gray-backed tern (Sterna lunata), also called the bridled, spectacled, or gray wide-awake tern. The forehead is white, as is a broad stripe over the eye; the nape, the top of the head and a stripe through the eye are black; the upper parts are dark ashy, with white beneath. BIR
pākalakala₂ [pā·kala·kala] same as pākala₁, , young kala... pākala₂, young kala... FIS
pākalakala₃ [pā·kala·kala] n. a coarse, nonedible seaweed (Galaxaura spp.). cf. kaunoʻa, ʻōkala, pākolekole, pilikoʻa. SWD
pakalaki [paka·laki] nvs. bad luck, unlucky. Eng.
hoʻopakalakito cause bad luck
pakalana [paka·lana] n. the Chinese violet (Telosma cordata), which has yellowish-green flowers. cf. miulana. (Neal 700–1)PLA FLO
pākale [pā·kale] n. second growth stage of the ʻōpakapaka, a fish. FIS
pakalī [paka·lī] n. parsley. Eng. FOO
pākali₁ [pā·kali] vt. to dole out little by little; to decoy fish by doling out bait little by little; a decoy. cf. kali, to wait. [Pn(CE) *paatari, entice, attract]FIS
pākali₂, batari [pā·kali] n. battery. Eng.
pakalia [paka·lia] pas/imp. of paka₁, strain, paka₂, to correct...
pakaliao [pakali·ao] n. codfish. Portuguese. FIS
pākalikali [pā·kali·kali] redup. of pākali₁, to dole out little by little...
Hāʻawi pākalikali.To pay in irregular installments, to give piecemeal.
Uku pākalikali.To pay on the installment plan, little at a time.
pakaliona, bataliona [paka·liona] n. battalion. Eng.
paka lōlō [paka lō·lō] n. marijuana, "pot," "grass" (Cannabis sativa). lit., numbing tobacco. PLA
pakalua [paka·lua] vs. wrinkled, coarse, as skin or bark; encrusted, as with grime or rust.
pakanā [paka·nā] n. partner. Eng.
pākana [pā·kana] n. waist, shirtwaist, blouse; pattern. Eng. CLO
pākana- [pā·kana-] same as pāpākana-.
pākanaka, pakanaka [pā·kanaka] vs. tame, accustomed to people, unafraid of people; to know a man carnally; concerning humanity; commoner.
Kaʻina mai ke akua pākanaka, he akua kanaka, ua walea wale, he akua kanaka, ʻo ʻoe ia, ē Kalani.Coming along is the god who knows mankind, a human god who pleases himself, a human god, such are you, O heavenly one. (chant for Kalākaua)
pākanaloa₁ [pā·kana·loa] same as pakaiele, young of the hou, a fish. [Pn(EC) *paa-taŋaloa, a fish]FIS
pākanaloa₂ [pā·kana·loa] n. a kind of banana. BAN
paka nau n. chewing tobacco.
pakaneo [paka·neo] vs. destitute, poverty-stricken.
He mea hoʻopakaneo ka piliwaiwai.Gambling causes poverty.
hoʻopakaneoto bring destitution or poverty
pakanika [paka·nika] n. parsnip (Pastinaca sativa). Eng. (Neal 659)PLA
pā kanu n. garden, cultivated field. lit., planting enclosure. PLA
pākaʻo [pā·kaʻo] similar to pōkaʻo, barren, dry, destitute... rare.
pakapaka₁ [paka·paka] redup. of paka₃, raindrops... WIN
pakapaka₂ [paka·paka] vs. many, numerous. FIS
Pakapaka ka iʻa a Paulo.Paul has a great lot of fish.
pakapaka₃ [paka·paka] same as ʻōpakapaka₂, ʻōpakapaka₃; wrinkled; scaly. cf. pakalua. [Pn(CE) *pata, spot or mark; spotty, pimply]BOD
pakapakai₁ [paka·pakai] n. young pakai seedlings.
pakapakai₂ [paka·pakai] see pakai₂.
pakapakai₃ [paka·pakai] same as ʻāheahea₂; Niʻihau.
pā kāpili moku [pā kā·pili moku] n. dock.
pā kapuahi [pā kapu·ahi] n. burner, as on a stove. lit., stove plate. cf. kapuahi papakau.
paka puhi n. smoking tobacco.
pākau [pā·kau] nvt. to place; table, stand. fig., beloved. see pākaukau.
Hoa pākau nohoʻi i ke aloha.Companion upon whom [my] love rests.
pākau [pā·kau] n. podium. also pākau haʻiʻōlelo.
paka ua n. raindrops. see ex. ʻōmamaka. WIN
pā kaua n. fortress, stronghold; palace. lit., war enclosure. (Neh. 1.1)
pakauʻaʻaka vs. cranky, cantankerous. cf. ʻaʻaka, cranky rare.
hoʻopakauʻaʻakasame as pakauʻaʻaka; provocative of crankiness
pakauahelo [pakaua·helo] rare var. of pakauhelo.
pākauākeʻe, pākauā-keʻe [pā·kau·ā·keʻe] same as kīkeʻekeʻe; crooked, bent, curled; dishonest. rare.
pakauele [pakau·ele] n. general name for small fish that are easily caught by hand, as manini, lauhau, pāoʻo. FIS
pakaueloa [pakaue·loa] var. name for young stage of hou, a fish. FIS
pakauhelo [pakau·helo] vi. to live as a vagabond, wander. rare.
pākaukani [pā·kau·kani] vt. by thousands, thousandfold; to distribute to thousands or divide by thousands.
pākaukani [pā·kau·kani] kilo-, a prefix meaning thousand (k). abb. pk. see ʻai pākaukani.
pākaukau₁ [pā·kau·kau] n. table, counter, stand, booth, desk; formerly a long mat on which food was placed (kaukau) (occasionally preceded by ke).
pākaukau [pā·kau·kau] see puna pākaukau, tablespoon...
pākaukau₂ [pā·kau·kau] vt. to sell, as over the counter (said also of wanton women).
pākaukau ʻaina [pā·kau·kau ʻaina] n. dining table.
pākaukau hana desk. (EH)
pākaukau kāinoa [pā·kau·kau kā·inoa] n. check-in counter, registration desk. lit., registration table. [+]
pākaukau makeke market stall. (EH)
pākaukau moe [pā·kau·kau moe] n. bedside table, nightstand. lit., bed table.
pākaukauʻopiʻopi [pā·kaukauʻopiʻopi] n. folding table.
pākaukau uai i ka loa [pā·kau·kau uai i ka loa] n. table that can be lengthened by adding new leaves. lit., table with movable length.
pākaukau wai [pā·kau·kau wai] n. water table, as used in preschools. cf. papa wai.
pākaula [pā·kaula] n. rigging. rare. CAN
pakaulei₁ [pakau·lei] vi. to gad about as a vagabond, to live without care or responsibility, carefree; to live wantonly with one mate after another.
pakaulei₂ [pakau·lei] vi. same as kaulei, too high or short.
pakaulele [pakau·lele] vi. to go from house to house, especially to ask for favors.
pākāuna [pā·kā·una] vt. four at a time. (Nak. 106)
pā kau ulua n. hook for ulua, fish. rare. FIS
pakaʻuwili enfold. (EH)
pākaʻuwili [pā·kaʻu·wili] same as pākaʻawili, to turn, twist, writhe...
pā kawaūea [pā kawa·ū·ea] n. relative humidity. [sh. pākēneka kawaūea.].
pakaweli₁ [paka·weli] n. a variety of sugar cane, with different names on different islands. A deep purple-red and green striped cane resembling ʻakilolo but the leaves somewhat variegated; also producing mutants of solid yellow and red, like nānahu, pilimai. also hou, pailolo. SUG
pakaweli₂ [paka·weli] n. a fish (no data). FIS
Pakawia Batavia. (EH)
pake, pate n. putty. Eng. TOO
pake n. putty. TOO
pahi pakeputty knife
pakē₁ vs. brittle; weak, of health (rare).
hoʻopakēto cause to be brittle, weak
pakē₂ n. a variety of sugar cane. SUG
pakē₃ n. plain undyed tapa. rare. TAP
Pākē [pā·kē] nvs. China, Chinese (noted in documents in the State Archives dated 1854, but possibly of earlier introduction) also Kina. see maʻi Pākē, maiʻa Pākē. Chinese pake ye, father's older brother..
hoʻopākēto imitate or act like a Chinese
Pākē [pā·kē] n. Chinese. see kalo Pākē, ʻōpae Pākē. also Kina. G
pākea₁ [pā·kea] vs. pale, gray, as the face of a sick person. cf. kea₁. rare. ILL
pākea₂ [pā·kea] n. white inner sheets of sleeping tapa. TAP
pākea₃ [pā·kea] n. kind of mat made of makaloa rush, without design. cf. hoehoepākea. rare.
pākea₄ [pā·kea] n. type of stone (no data). rare. STO
pākea₅ [pā·kea] n. a variety of taro. TAR
pakeʻai short for pākela ʻai, to eat to excess.
Pakekaka Bagdad. (EH)
pākeke₁ [pā·keke] n. a variety of sweet potato. Eng. SWP
pākeke₂, bakete [pā·keke] n. bucket, pail. Eng.
pākeke₃ [pā·keke] n. pocket. see ʻinipākeke. Eng.
Kauoha Hou Pākekepocket-sized New Testament
pākeke₄, pakete [pā·keke] n. packet (a ship). Eng.
pākeke kinai ahi fire bucket. (EH)
pākeke liʻiliʻi [pā·keke liʻi·liʻi] n. pail. lit., small bucket.
pakeki n. spaghetti. Eng. FOO
pakeko n. small slimy discharges, as of diarrhea. ILL
pākela [pā·kela] S nvs. excess; excessive, surpassing, intemperate; to exceed, surpass, excel; exceedingly; great person who excels. cf. kela, to exceed
hoʻopākelato cause to exceed
Na ia mea i hoʻopākela aku i kona ʻike.It was this thing that made his knowledge great.
pākela inudrink to excess, heavy drinker
Pākela nani.Glory that excelleth. (2-Kor. 3.10)
pākela ʻai [pā·kela ʻai] S n.v. to eat to excess; gluttonous; gluttony, glutton. FOO
He kanaka pākela ʻai, pākela inu wainaa man gluttonous, and a winebibber. (Mat. 11.19)
pākela ʻai lāʻau [pā·kela ʻai lā·ʻau] S vs. to overdose on drugs. lit., take drugs to excess. ILL
pakela hoʻālohaloha loa sentimental. (EH)
pākela inu to drink excessively. (EH)
pākela inu lama intemperate drinker. (EH)
pākela inu waina winebibber. (EH)
pākela koko piʻi [pā·kela koko piʻi] S n. hypertension, i.e. abnormally high arterial blood pressure. lit., excessive high blood pressure. ILL
Hiki ke pilikia i ka pākela koko piʻi ke nui loa ka ʻaloʻahia.Extremely high stress can lead to hypertension.
pākela mahaʻoi overfamiliarity. (EH)
pakele vt. to escape, be exempt. BIR
hana kinai ahi hoʻopakelefire-protection work
hoʻopakeleto rescue, save or deliver from danger, free; to protect; to help escape
I pakele mai au i ka nui manu.I escaped from the many birds. (song)
ka poʻe pakele i ka ʻauhaupeople exempt from taxes
Na wai, na wai nō ʻoe aʻe pakele aku?Who, who can escape you? (song)
pakele mai ka hopu ʻiafreedom from arrest
pakele aku elude. (EH)
pakeleawaʻa [pakele-a-waʻa] n. an edible seaweed. also huluhulu waena. SWD
pakeleke [pake·leke] see pea. FOO
pea pakelekepear, usually Bartlett
pakele māhunehune narrow escape. (EH)
pakele mai ka hopu ʻia freedom from arrest. (EH)
pakele mai make narrow escape. (EH)
Pakelika [pake·lika] n. Patrick. Eng. [+]
Kana PakelikaSaint Patrick.
Lā Kana PakelikaSaint Patrick’s Day.
pakelo₁ vi. to slip out, as an animal from a trap or a fish from the hand; slippery, slick, slipping, sliding; to thrust, as a spear. see ex. uhu₁. [Pn(CE) *paatero, dart forth, protrude]FIS
ʻōlelo pakeloto talk in a wily, slippery fashion
pakelo₂ n. a purgative in which a slimy substance made of hau bark is drunk. ILL
pakelo₃ n. a seaweed. SWD
pakelokelo, pākelokelo [pakelo·kelo] redup. of pakelo₁, slip out... slippery (EH).
pakelona, paterona [pake·lona] n. patron, patron saint. Eng.
Pakelona, Baselona n. Barcelona. G
pakemo same as pakelo.
pakeneka [pake·neka] n. per cent, percentage. Eng.
pākēneka [pā·kē·neka] n. percent, percentage; rate.
pākēneka ʻauhautax rate
pākēneka uku paneʻerate of interest
pākēneka hoʻopiʻi [pā·kē·neka hoʻo·piʻi] n. markup, as in the price of an article. lit., percentage (of) raising.
pākēneka o ka papaʻai [pā·kē·neka o ka papa·ʻai] n. Percent Daily Value, formerly known as percentage of US Recommended Daily Allowances (USRDA). lit., percent of diet. FOO
pākēneka paʻakai [pā·kē·neka paʻa·kai] n. salinity. lit., percentage (of) salt. [+]
He aha ka pākēneka paʻakai o kēia wai? He iwakālua pākēneka.What’s the salinity of this water? It’s twenty percent.
pakeʻo vi. to project, stick out, as the tongue tip (a gesture of contempt); slipped, escaped by slipping.
hoʻopakeʻoto thrust out, slip out, etc
pākeokeo [pā·keo·keo] people who might eat with the chief. (And.) FOO
pākepa [pā·kepa] n. extravagant mourning behavior, as knocking out the teeth, cutting the hair, destroying property.
pakēpakē₁ [pakē·pakē] redup. of pakē₁; friable.
pakēpakē₂ [pakē·pakē] n. a seaweed. also pakūpakū. SWD
pakē pīneki [pakē pī·neki] n. peanut brittle. FOO
pakete var. spelling of pākeke₄, packet...
pākeu [pā·keu] vt. excessive, over and above; to surpass.
hoʻopākeuto increase, exceed
Ua hoʻopākeu ʻia aku nā keneka o ka waiwai kūʻai.More cents were added to the sales value.
Ua pākeu aku kō ʻAukele lele i kō nā kaikoʻeke.ʻAukeleʻs flying surpassed that of the brothers-in-law. (For. 4:79)
hoʻolilo pākeudeficit spending
lilo pākeudeficit, as an excess of expenditure over revenue
loaʻa pākeusurplus, as a quantity or amount over and above what is needed
pākeupali [pā·keu·pali] vs. excessively great, greatly exceeding.
Ka pākeupali aku o ke kuko.The excessiveness of the lust.
pakī vs. to splash, spatter, squirt, spurt; splashing, spattering, squirting. [Pn(EP) *pa-tii, spurt, splash]
hoʻopakīto splash, spatter, etc.
ka ʻauwai pakīthe ditch [that is but a] splatter
Nānā nō a ka ʻulu i pakī kēpau.Look for the breadfruit spattered with gum [mature; fig., a man of substance].
pāki₁ n. barge. Eng.
pāki₂, padi n. paddy. Eng.
pākī₁ [pā·kī] vt. to smash, crush, pound, dash to pieces, flatten, throw; worn-out, driven to death, as an abused horse. cf. pākī ʻai, pākī lio.
hoʻopākīto smash, etc.
pākī [pā·kī] vt. to slam dunk, in basketball. see kī, and entry below. SPO
vt. to spike (the ball), in volleyball. also hili; hitter. see hili, ʻai hele wale. SPO
pākī ʻepaan off-speed shot, i.e. to make a fake spike
pākī₂ [pā·kī] vs. numerous, overplentiful, surfeit, so many of a thing that it is sold cheaply; well-equipped, abundant, well-supplied, well cared for. FIS
hoʻopākīto act as though one has plenty, to show off, as by spending in a flashy way
Pākī ka hahalalū i ka mākeke.The hahalalū [fish] were so numerous that they were sold cheaply in the market.
pā kīʻaha, pākīʻaha v. to hold a glass, as to make a toast; to drink intoxicants (EH).
nā ʻano wai pā kīʻaha like ʻoleall kinds of alcoholic drinks
pā kiaʻi n. watchman's stand, as in an enclosure or on a wall.
pākīai [pā·kī·ai] vs. over-sexed, sensual. lit., excessive copulation.
pākīʻai₁ [pā·kīʻai] vs. scorched, burned, parched, as land by the sun in hot months; sunburned. lit., excessively eaten. (Kep. 91)
pākīʻai₂ [pā·kīʻai] vi. to break up cooked taro with a pounder in first stage of poi making. TAR POI
pākiʻakiʻa [pā·kiʻa·kiʻa] vs. wanton.
pākihuila [pāki·huila] n. flatbed trailer. lit., barge (with) wheels. cf. kaleila. CAR
pākiʻi₁ [pā·kiʻi] vs. flat, fallen flat, spread out flat, flattened.
hoʻopākiʻito flatten out
moe pākiʻito lie sprawled
pakiʻi vs. flat, as a tire. Niʻihau. cf. ʻananuʻu. CAR
pākiʻi₂ [pā·kiʻi] n. various flatfishes (Bothus mancus). The name may be qualified by the terms haʻawale and moana. [Pn(CE) *paa-tiki, a fish, flounder, flatfish]FIS
pākiʻi₃ [pā·kiʻi] vs. broiled, as puppies that were split and laid flat.
pākiʻi haʻawale flatfish. (EH)
pākiʻikiʻi₁ [pā·kiʻi·kiʻi] redup. of pākiʻi₁, flat...
hoʻopākiʻikiʻiredup. of hoʻopākiʻi
pākiʻikiʻi₂ [pā·kiʻi·kiʻi] n. small dip net used in fishing in shallows. FIS NET
pākiʻi moana flatfish. (EH)
pakika vs. slippery, smooth; to slip, slide.
He pakika, he paheʻe i ke ala.Slipping, sliding on the road. (song)
hoʻopakikato make smooth, as by polishing; to make slippery, as by greasing; to cause to slip and slide
pakika vi. to skid, as a car; to slip, as on a wet sidewalk. CAR
pākikakika [pā·kika·kika] redup. of pakika.
hoʻopākikakikaredup. of hoʻopakika
pakikawaiō [pakika·wai·ō] same as kikawaiō.
pākīkē [pā·kī·kē] nvt. to answer saucily or rudely; rude, sarcastic, insolent, saucy, impudent; rudeness. cf. -kīkē, ʻuʻu.
pākīkē ʻiainsulted, taunted, jeered at (For. 4:291)
pākīkēkīkē [pā·kī·kē·kī·kē] redup. of pākīkē.
pakī ke kuha spit constantly. (EH)
pakikī [paki·kī] redup. of pakī, splash...
pākīkī [pā·kīkī] same as pākiʻi₂, various flatfishes...
pākīkī₁ [pā·kīkī] redup. of pākī₁; to crush, as pandanus aerial roots with a stone in order to obtain fibers for kava strainers. PCP *paatiitii. PAN KAV
hoʻopākīkīredup. of hoʻopākī.
pākīkī₂ [pā·kīkī] n. a variety of poisonous crab, said to be the same as kūmimi. CRA
pākiko [pā·kiko] nvi. temperate, abstemious, frugal, economical, skimpy; temperance (sometimes preceded by ke).
ʻai pākikoeat sparingly; continence
He pono ke pākiko mamua o nā hana hoʻokelakela wale aku.It is better to be economical than to [indulge in] extravagant display.
inu pākikodrink temperately
pākīkō [pā·kī·kō] n. stone adze. STO TOO
pākīkoʻele [pā·kī·koʻele] nvi. a rolling, rumbling sound; to rumble.
pākikokiko₁ [pā·kiko·kiko] redup. of pākiko.
pākikokiko₂ [pā·kiko·kiko] vs. scattered, dotted, spotted. [Pn(CE) *patito, ?? [small protrusions]]
pāki lawe ukana barge. (EH)
pākīlio [pā·kīlio] v. to ride a horse until it is exhausted or dead.
pākiliona [pā·kili·ona] tera-, a prefix meaning trillion (T). abb. pkl. [comb. pā- + kiliona.]. MTH
pākimokimo [pā·kimo·kimo] vt. to dribble, as a basketball. [comb. pā- + kimokimo.]. also pāloiloi, paʻipaʻi. SPO
pākimokimo pāluato double dribble
pā kini n. tin pan, pan, basin (preceded by ke).
pā kini holoiwash pan
Pakinihama, Bakinihama n. Buckingham. G
pā kini holoi washpan. (EH)
pākiʻo [pā·kiʻo] vi. to settle in pools, as rain water; to drizzle; to evacuate the bowels. WIN
pākiʻokiʻo [pā·kiʻo·kiʻo] redup. of pākiʻo; to leave excreta here and there, as an animal. WIN
ua pākiʻokiʻoshort showers; to rain often and clear between showers
pākipa [pā·kipa] n. barkeeper. Eng.
pakīpakī [pakī·pakī] redup. of pakī, splash...
pakipakika [pakipa·kika] redup. of pakika, slippery...
hoʻopakipakikaredup. of hoʻopakika
Pakipi n. Poughkeepsie. Eng. G
Pākīpika, Fatifika [pā·kī·pika] nvs. Pacific. G
Pākīpika [pā·kī·pika] G
ʻAha Hoʻomalu Lawaiʻa o ka Pākīpika KomohanaWestern Pacific Fishery Management Council
Moana PākīpikaPacific Ocean
pākī pōhaku [pā·kī pō·haku] v. to throw stones.
Pakitana [paki·tana] n. Pakistan; Pakistani. Eng. G
pako, baso n. bass. Eng. MUS
pākō [pā·kō] n. operand, as a digit in a computer mathematical operation. [comb. pā + kō.]. cf. haʻi hoʻokō. CMP MTH
Pakoa n. Catholic term for Easter, Passover. Gr. Pascha or possibly Portuguese Pascoa or Spanish Pascua.
pā koa n. barracks.
pako ʻaila, bato ʻaila n. measures of oil. Gr. batous. (Luka 16.6)
pakohana [pako·hana] same as kohana; bare.
ʻAu pakohana i Wainiha, nā lehua o Luluʻupaliswimming naked at Wainiha, are the lehua blossoms of Luluʻupali. (song)
pakoke rare var. of pakeko.
pākole₁ [pā·kole] var. of pōkole, short
hoʻopākolevar. of hoʻopōkole
pākole₂ [pā·kole] n. a fish (no data). FIS
pākole₃ [pā·kole] vs. uncertain. rare.
pākōlea₁, pākolea [pā·kō·lea] vt. to train to grow straight, as an infant's crooked limb; to train to grow in a desired shape, as a plant. PLA
pākōlea [pā·kō·lea] vt. to provide physical therapy. PLA
kanaka pākōleaphysical therapist
Ma hope o koʻu ulia kaʻa, ua pono wau e hele pinepine i ka pākōlea ʻia ma ke kikowaena pākōlea.After my car accident, I had to go often for physical therapy at the physical therapy center.
mea pākōleaphysical therapist
pākōlea₂ [pā·kō·lea] vt. to tie or fasten, as a canoe mast. CAN
pākōlea₃ [pā·kō·lea] vt. to gather information about one's relatives.
pākolekole₁ [pā·kole·kole] same as pākalakala, a seaweed. SWD
pākolekole₂ [pā·kole·kole] redup. of pākole, short...
pākōlī [pā·kō·lī] n. musical scale, named for the first three notes of the scale.
pākōlī [pā·kō·lī] n. musical scale: pā, kō, lī, hā, nō, lā, mī, pā. also alapiʻi mele. MUS
pākolokolo [pā·kolo·kolo] n. probably a weir (term used in land claims of the 1840s).
Pākololiokaiāulu [Pā-kolo·lio-kai·ā·ulu] n. wind associated with Keālia, Maui. WIN
pākolu [pā·kolu] vt. by threes, three at a time, three times, three-fold; to distribute to three, to divide by three, treble.
pākolu [pā·kolu] BOD
pepeiao pākolutricuspid valve, of the heart
pākonākonā [pā·konā·konā] similar to konākonā, contemptuous (For. 6:454)
Pakona Luka, Batona Rusa n. Baton Rouge. G
Pākōnane [Pā-kō·nane] n. name of a star said to appear on the night of Hilo in the month of Hinaiaʻeleʻele. STA
pā kōnane [pā kō·nane] vi. to shine brightly, of the moon.
pākoni [pā·koni] vi. to throb, ache, as teeth. ILL
pā kopa n. soap dish (preceded by ke).
pākoʻu [pā·koʻu] rare var. of pōkoʻu, short.
paku₁ vt. to send away, expel; to unite portions of tapa by beating. cf. kipaku. rare. [(AN) PPn *patu, strike with a blow]TAP
paku vt. to block (a shot), in basketball. SPO
paku ʻinoto roof
Ua paku ʻino ʻia kā ia nei e ia ala.He was roofed by that guy.
vt. to block (the ball), in volleyball. also pālulu; blocker. see ʻai hele wale. SPO
paku₂ vs. physical, as a scientific term relating to physical matter. nā ʻanopili paku. physical properties. [sh. pōhaku.]. cf. kālaiaopaku. SCI
pakū vi. to burst out, break open; squeeze out; crushed. see ex. au₄.
hoʻopakūto burst, etc
pākū [pā·kū] n. curtain, screen, partition, veil; partitions before openings of deep-sea bag nets. fig., shield, defense. [Pn(CE) *paa-tuu, a screen]NET
Iēhowa kō mākou pākū.The Lord our defense. (Hal. 89.18)
Kū pākū ka pali o Nihoa i ka makani.The cliff of Nihoa stands as a bulwark against the wind [said of one bravely facing misfortune]. (saying)
pakuā commonplace. (EH)
pākūā, pākūwā, pakuā [pā·kū·ā, pā·kū·wā] vs. commonplace, trite, ordinary.
hoʻopākūāto do over and over; to render commonplace or trite, as a song
pā kūʻai n. public mart (term found in laws 1845 – 7).
pā kualau [pā kua·lau] n. pearl-shell lure that is dark-colored inside. lit., showery lure. WIN
pākūʻei [pā·kūʻei] vi. to do hurriedly and without thoroughness, to skimp. rare.
pakuhi n. chart, graph, plot. [sh. papa + kuhikuhi.].
piko pakuhiorigin of a graph. also piko
pakuhi ʻaukā [pakuhi ʻau·kā] n. bar graph. cf. pakuhi paʻa ʻaukā pakuhi ʻaukā alapine. histogram, i.e. a bar graph showing frequencies, in math. MTH
pakuhi ʻau me ka lau n. stem and leaf plot, in math. MTH
pakuhi hoʻololi [pakuhi hoʻo·loli] n. conversion chart. lit., chart (for) changing.
pakuhi hoʻololi mekalikametric conversion chart
pakuhi huina ʻikepili [pakuhi huina ʻike·pili] n. cross-tab graph, in math. lit., data juncture graph. MTH
pakuhi kaʻina n. flow chart. see kākuhi kaʻina.
pakuhi kiʻi n. pictogram, pictograph, as in a computer program. lit., picture chart. CMP
pakuhi kikokiko [pakuhi kiko·kiko] n. scattergram, in math. lit., graph (of) points. cf. pakuhi lū. MTH
pā kuhikuhi manawa [pā kuhi·kuhi manawa] n. sundial. lit., flat surface telling time.
pakuhi lākiō [pakuhi lā·kiō] n. line graph. lit., ratio chart.
pakuhi lū n. scattergraph, in math. cf. pakuhi kikokiko. MTH
pakuhi makaʻaha [pakuhi maka·ʻaha] n. spreadsheet, as in a computer program. lit., grid chart. CMP
polokalamu pakuhi makaʻahaspread-sheet program
pakuhi paʻa ʻaukā n. double bar graph, in math. lit., pair (of) bars graph. cf. pakuhi ʻaukā. MTH
pakuhi pahu me ka ʻumiʻumi [pakuhi pahu me ka ʻumi·ʻumi] n. box and whiskers graph, in math. MTH
pakuhi pai n. pie chart, as for showing statistics. MTH
pakuhi papa n. table, as of statistics, etc. lit., list chart. MTH
pakuhi pōʻai [pakuhi pō·ʻai] n. circle graph, in math. MTH
Pakuhiwa var. spelling of Hakuhiva, Fatu Hiva...
pākū hoʻolele kiʻi [pā·kū hoʻo·lele kiʻi] n. screen for projecting slides or movies. lit., screen (for) projecting pictures.
pākuʻi₁ [pā·kuʻi·] nvi. to splice or add on, append, annex, supplement, engraft (Roma 11.17) , graft; suffix, prefix, affix; extension, wing of a house; additional. see ʻōlelo pākuʻi.
Lumi pākuʻiadditional room
mea pōmaikaʻi pākuʻifringe benefits
pākuʻi [pā·kuʻi] vt. to graft. see papa huaʻōlelo pākuʻi.
hoʻoulu pākuʻito grow by grafting
pīlali pākuʻigrafting wax
vt. to annex, in math, as in annexing a zero to show both decimal parts as a hundreth: 6.10 - 3.25 = .
pākuʻi₂ [pā·kuʻi·] vt. to beat, pound, oppose, oppress. PCP *paatuki.
hoʻopākuʻito beat, cause to beat
Ua pākuʻi ka makani mamua o lākou.The wind beat ahead of them. (Mar. 6.48)
pākuʻi₃, pakuʻi [pā·kuʻi·] vs. heavy scented, whether sickly sweet or foul.
Pākuʻi lua nā pali o Pelekunudoubly foul-smelling are the cliffs of Musty [said of vile-smelling places] (saying)
Ua ana pākuʻi lā i ke alohasatiated with the aroma of love (chant)
Ua hoʻopailua loa mākou i kēia kālā, ua pākuʻiwe are sick of this money, [it's] foul smelling
pā kuʻi a lua, pākuʻi a lua n. arena where lua fighting was taught. lit., striking in lua style enclosure. LUA
pākuʻi hoʻololi [pā·kuʻi hoʻo·loli] n. amendment, i.e. an addition or change to a bill, constitution, etc.; to amend. lit., addendum (to) amend. LAW
Nui nā pākuʻi hoʻololi i pākuʻi ʻia i ke kumukānāwai o ka Mokuʻāina.There have been many amendments added to the State constitution.
pākuʻi hou rider (supplement). (EH)
pakuikui [pakui·kui] var. of pākukui₁, , shiftless, enriching soil with kukui leaves... pākukui₂, shiftless, enriching soil with kukui leaves...
pākuʻikuʻi₁ [pā·kuʻi·kuʻi] redup. of pākuʻi₁, pākuʻi₂; to splash by beating the water; disjointed, as a poorly constructed story. (2 Sam. 22.43) PCP *paatukituki.
hoʻopākuʻikuʻiredup. of hoʻopākuʻi
Ua hoʻopākuʻikuʻi ʻia mai kō lāua noho ʻana malaila e nā kānaka.Their way of life there received blow after blow from the people.
pākuʻikuʻi₂ [pā·kuʻi·kuʻi] vt. to argue, contradict.
pākuʻikuʻi₃ [pā·kuʻi·kuʻi] n. a long fishing net; (Emerson) specifies a net laid in coral reef, into which fish were driven by beating the water (Malo 212, Emerson note); the joining together of long nets. also ʻākuʻikuʻi. FIS NET
pākuʻikuʻi₄ [pā·kuʻi·kuʻi] n. a surgeonfish (Acanthurus achilles), good eating. [(FJ) PPn *paatuki, hand-fish (Cirrhites pinnulatus)]FIS
pākuʻina₁ [pā·kuʻina] n. affix, in grammar; appendix, as in a book. [comb. pākuʻi + -na.]. LNG
pākuʻina kau hopesuffix
pākuʻina kau lokoinfix
pākuʻina kau muaprefix
pākuʻina₂ [pā·kuʻina] n. amendment. (Galuteria 49)
pākuʻina kumukānāwaiconstitutional amendment
pākuʻipai [pā·kuʻi·pai·] n. shrimp net. also pāloa. NET
Pakuka Paducah. (EH)
pakūkaʻā [pakū·kaʻā] n. kingfisher. Ute pagūcaʻā. BIR
pakūkū [pakū·kū] redup. of pakū.
He hehi ʻia … a pakūkū ka waina.The grapes were tramped on and crushed.
Pakūkū ahi ka makani.The wind breaks forth like fire. (For. 6:387)
pākukui₁ [pā·kukui] nvi. shiftless, vagabond; to wander; to play the wanton; to nibble but not take the hook, of fish. FIS
pākukui₂ [pā·kukui] n. a method of enriching the soil for taro plantings by use of kukui leaves, which in rocky areas were covered with dirt in order to make soil. lit., candlenut enclosure. (Kep. 153)PLA TAR
pākule [pā·kule] var. spelling of pā akule.
pākulekele [pā·kule·kele] n. bureaucracy; bureaucratic. [comb. pā- + kulekele.].
No ka nui pupū o ka holo o ka pākulekele, ʻaʻohe puka o kaʻu noi i nā luna.Because of bureaucratic stalling, my request to the administration was not approved.
pākū makaliʻi [pā·kū maka·liʻi] n. marquisette, a kind of curtain. lit., small-meshed curtain.
pākū makika [pā·kū makika] n. mosquito net or netting. NET
pākū makika [pā·kū makika] n. mosquito netting. NET
pakupaku [paku·paku] rare var. of pokopoko, short.
pakūpakū [pakū·pakū] see palaoa pakūpakū, dumplings... FOO
pakūpakū₁ [pakū·pakū] redup. of pakū.
hoʻopakūpakūredup. of hoʻopakū, to pop, as a Portuguese man-of-war that is stepped upon on the beach
pakūpakū₂ [pakū·pakū] n. a seaweed. also pakēpakē. SWD
pā kupapaʻu [pā kupa·paʻu] same as pā ilina.
pākū pouli [pā·kū pouli] n. window shade. lit., dark-night curtain.
pākū pukaaniani [pā·kū puka·ani·ani] n. window curtain, drapes.
pākūwā, pakuwā [pā·kū·wā] var. spelling of pākūā, commonplace, trite...
pākuwā ʻole uncommon. (EH)
pala₁ vs. ripe, mellow; yellow, as leaves; soft, as an infected boil; rotten, as taro corm. cf. huapala, pala ʻehu, pala heheʻe, pala lau hala. [PPn *pala, rotten, decayed]BAN TAR
hoʻopalato ripen, turn yellow
hoʻopala maiʻato ripen bananas [as by burying in a pit]
Pala ʻeʻehu ka lau o ka ʻulu.The breadfruit leaves are reddish-yellow.
pala₂ n. daub, smear, smudge, blot; dab of excreta (cf. pala kūkae). see also ʻai pala maunu, hāpala, kāpala, pala niho, pala ʻole. [Pn(NP) *pala, excrement; soiled]
hoʻopalato daub, besmear
pala₃ vs. underdone. FOO
Pupuhi ka umu, moʻa pala ka ʻai.When the oven smokes, the food is underdone. [(not enough steam remains inside to cook the food) said of one who does a lot of enthusiastic talking, but can't knuckle down to business] (ON 2754)
pala₄ vs. coated, as the tongue. cf. waha pala. ILL
pala₅ n. a form of gonorrhea. [PPn *pala, pustulous sore]ILL
pala₆ n. intoxicating drink made of watermelon juice.
pala₇ n. a native fern (Marattia douglasii), with a short trunk and large, long-stemmed, much divided, dark-green fronds. In time of famine, the thick, starchy, hoof-shaped bases of the frond stems, which cover the short trunk, were eaten after being baked in an imu over night. The mucilaginous water resulting from slicing and soaking the raw stems in water was used medicinally. Pieces of the fronds mixed with maile leis enhanced their fragrance. The fern was used also in heiau ceremonies. (Neal 6, 7) [(EO) PPn *pala, tree-fern sp]FER ILL PLA
pala₈ n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
pala₉ n. a variety of taro. TAR
pala₁₀ n. seaweeds or scum. SWD
pala₁₁ n. parlor. Eng.
palaʻā₁ n. the lace fern (Sphenomeris chinensis syn. chusana), a common wild fern in Hawaiʻi; also known in other parts of Polynesia and in Asia. Long, slender stems support smooth, ovate, pointed fronds, about 30 cm long, which are subdivided three times. Formerly a brown dye was extracted from the fronds. [(Neal 15): "The palaʻā is said to have been worn about the hips of Hiʻiaka, sister of Pele, the volcano goddess, and was the fern that she sent to trip and entangle the moʻo, or dragons, when she fought against them. In female ailments, the palaʻā was used to disperse disease, as Hiʻiaka used it to disperse her foes."]. also palapalaʻā, pāʻūoPalaʻe. (Neal 15)FER PLA
palaʻā₂ n. a tapa of māmaki bark dyed brownish-red with palaʻā fern, of silky quality. FER TAP
palaʻā₃ vs. brownish-red.
palaʻā₄ n. type of stone, used for sinkers for octopus fishing. FIS
pala ʻai, palaʻai n. a daub of food, especially the film of poi that adheres to the walls of the container after the mass has been eaten. POI
palaʻai₁ n. original name for pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo), as well as squash, named for their resemblance to a long-extinct gourd of the same name. see also pū. PLA FOO
palaʻai [pala·ʻai] n. pumpkin. see ipu. FOO
palaʻai₂ nvs. fat, as animals. ANI
ʻōpū palaʻaipotbellied, a term of ridicule
palaʻai heleuī [pala·ʻai hele·uī] n. Jack-o'-lantern. lit., Halloween pumpkin. also pū heleuī.
pā laʻalaʻau hedge. (EH)
pālāʻau, pālaʻau [pā·lāʻau] vt. to heal, as with herbs.
ʻO Hiʻiaka ke kāula nui, nāna i hana, nāna i pālāʻau i nā maʻi apauHiʻiaka the great priest, she acts, she treats all ailments. (prayer)
pā lāʻau₁ n. wooden fence, hedge.
pā lāʻau ʻoiʻoithorn hedge (Mika 7.4)
pā lāʻau₂ n. wooden dish or tray (preceded by ke).
pā lāʻau ʻoiʻoi thorn hedge. (EH)
pā lāʻau ʻoʻoi thorn hedge. (EH)
palaʻe₁ short for pāʻūopalaʻe.
palaʻe₂ n. scar or lump, as left by a disease of glands in the neck (usually follows ʻāʻī, neck). cf. ʻalaʻala. ILL
palaea n. pliers. Niʻihau. also palaea huki. TOO
palaeʻa [pala·eʻa] var. name for young stage of hou, a fish. FIS
palaʻehu vs. reddish-yellow.
pālaʻelaʻe [pā·laʻe·laʻe] vs. bright, as the sun.
palaʻewa S vs. oblique.
palaha vi. to slip and fall, stumble; smooth, slippery, slick.
hoʻopalahato cause to fall, trip, push over; to fall
pālaha₁ [pā·laha] S vs. spread out, extended, flattened, wide, broad, broadened. [Pn(??) *pa-lafa, flat, wide]WIN
hina pālahato fall sprawling
hoʻopālahato spread, extend, flatten; leveling, flattening
Ke hoʻopālaha maila ka moa maluna o nā hua.The hen spreads out over the eggs.
Pālaha akula ka ua ma ka ʻāina.The rain spread over the land.
pālaha₂ [pā·laha] vi. to broil, of flattened-out flesh on coals.
hoʻopālahatransitive of above
pālaha₃ [pā·laha] n. a kind of small ʻahi, a tuna (Germo alalunga). FIS
pālaha₄ [pā·laha] n. ti-leaf sandals. rare. TII
pala hāʻama vs. yellow but not dead ripe, of bananas; half ripe. BAN
palahaikala [pala·hai·kala] old name of an illness (no data). cf. haikala. ILL
pālahalaha₁, pālālā [pā·laha·laha] S redup. of pālaha₁, spread out, extended, flattened... PCP *paalafalafa. ILL
hoʻopālahalaharedup. of hoʻopālaha₁
maʻi pālahalahacontagious disease, epidemic
Ua hoʻopālahalaha mai ke Akua iaʻu.God has caused me to be fruitful. (Kin. 41.52)
pālahalaha [pā·laha·laha] see moe pālahalaha, to dive, in volleyball..., paʻi pālahalaha, to spike with open hand, in volleyball...
pālahalaha₂, pālālā [pā·laha·laha] same as līpahapaha, a seaweed (sometimes shortened to pālālā.). SWD
pālahalaha lau [pā·laha·laha lau] S vs. having many leaves, but little fruit. PLA
pala hao n. a form of gonorrhea. lit., hard rottenness. ILL
palahē [pala·hē] vs. fragile, easily torn, as rotting cloth; pulverized, smashed.
moʻa palahēovercooked to the point of falling apart, as meat
Pōluku ʻia a palahē ke kino.A body pounded and mashed.
palahē [pala·hē] vs. mushy, as rice cooked with too much water. Niʻihau. FOO
palaheʻa [pala·heʻa] vs. stained, smeared, bedaubed. [Pn(CE) *para-seka, ??]
Ā hoʻopalaheʻa no wau i koʻu ʻaʻahu apau.I shall stain all my raiment. [with blood]. (Isa. 63.3)
hoʻopalaheʻato stain, besmear
palaheʻaheʻa [pala·heʻa·heʻa] redup. of palaheʻa, stained...
hoʻopalaheʻaheʻaredup. of hoʻopalaheʻa
pala heʻe S nvs. a running boil; to run, of a sore. ILL
palaheʻe₁ [pala·heʻe] vs. overripe, as fallen fruit. PLA
palaheʻe₂ [pala·heʻe] S vi. to flee in fear. rare.
hoʻopalaheʻeto cause to flee, chase
palaheha [pala·heha] vs. lazy, negligent. cf. maheha.
palahēhē [pala·hē·hē] n. pus. ILL
Pakū ka palahēhē.The pus breaks out.
palahēhē [pala·hē·hē] vs. infection; infected. ILL
pala heheʻe S n. abscess, running sore. ILL
palaheʻī n. region below kualono. rare.
palahemo [pala·hemo] similar to pahemo, loose, easily untied. rare.
palaheo [pala·heo] vs. not clear, as the speech of some old persons. Perhaps Waimea, Hawaiʻi.
palahī [pala·hī] nvi. diarrhea, liquid bowel evacuations; to have diarrhea. ILL
palahiʻa [pala·hiʻa] vi. to glide. cf. pāhia.
ʻO ka lua o ka ihe ua palahiʻa wale akula nō.The second spear glided along.
pala hinu vs. polished, bright.
palahō [pala·hō] nvs. rotten, putrid, decayed, corrupt; rot.
hoʻopalahōto cause to rot, etc
palahoʻa [pala·hoʻa] n. young ʻamaʻu fern fronds cut to be made into palaholo paste. FER
palahoana [pala·hoana] see puhi palahoana.
palaholo₁ [pala·holo] n. rolled-up frond of the ʻamaʻu fern; paste made of sap from the fronds, used in welding strips of tapa together. tapa made with old torn pieces added to new pieces was also called palaholo. (For. 5:641) FER TAP
palaholo₂ [pala·holo] same as palahuki, rotten...
palaholo₃ [pala·holo] n. gel. cf. ʻūnina. SCI
palaholo lauohohair gel, Dep
palaholo silaka gsilica gel g, i.e. a powder used as the sorbent layer in thin-layer chromatography (pronounced palaholo silaka gā).
palahū₁ [pala·hū] nvs. rotten; to spoil, rot; overripe.
palahū₂ [pala·hū] n. same as pelehū, turkey. BIR
palahū₃ [pala·hū] n. a kind of ʻōpelu, a fish. FIS
palahuki [pala·huki] vs. rotten, as a banana stump; overripe, as banana fruit with juice dripping and black skin, as used in medicine. ILL BAN
palahuli [pala·huli] vi. to turn over, fall over.
hoʻopalahulito cause to turn, fall
Palahuli i lalo ka waha ʻai ai.The food-eating mouth is fallen over. [said of one in serious trouble]. (saying)
palai₁ n. a native fern (Microlepia setosa), growing wild and cultivated, 95 to 130 cm high. The lacy, ovate fronds look much like those of the palaʻā but are somewhat hairy instead of smooth. The palai was one of the important plants placed on the hula altar to Laka, goddess of hula; it is famous in song (see wilia). also palapalai. see ex. popohe. (Neal 12) [PPn *palai, a yam (Dioscorea nummularia)]FER PLA HUL
palai₂ vi. to turn the face away, as in embarrassment, confusion, humility; bashful; to conceal one's true feelings; to cloak dissatisfaction or feign friendship; hypocritical. (often used with maka). (Kel. 130)
E hilahila auaneʻi, a e hoʻopalai maka hoʻi ka poʻethe people shall be put to shame and confounded. (Isa. 41.11)
hoʻopalaito have turned the face away, to cause to turn away; ashamed, confused, etc.
hūnā palai iki ke akamaito hide and conceal somewhat the cleverness
palai₃, parai, farai vt. to fry; frying, fried. Eng. FOO
palai aliʻi n. a variety of palai, a fern. FER
palaʻie₁ vs. flexible, inconstant, changeable.
palaʻie₂ nvi. to play the game of loop and ball; the game itself: a flexible stick made of braided coconut leaflets with a loop at one end and a tapa ball on a string attached below the loop, the object being to catch the ball in the loop; this game was often played to a chant. CN TAP SPO
palai hihi n. a native filmy fern (Vandenboschia davalioides), climbing on trees in damp forests, with narrow dark-green fronds, 13 cm long or more, divided three times. lit., creeping palai. FER TRE
palai hinahina [palai hina·hina] n. a native filmy fern (Sphaerocionium lanceolatum), climbing on trees, with narrow fronds 5 cm long or longer, divided three times, edged with red hairs. lit., white-haired palai. FER TRE
palai hoʻoluʻu [palai hoʻo·luʻu] S vt. to deep-fry. lit., fry (by) immersing. FOO
Ma ka palai hoʻoluʻu ʻana, hoʻowela nui ʻia ka ʻaila ma loko o ka ipu hao, a hoʻoluʻu maoli ʻia ka meaʻai i ke kuke ʻana.In deep-frying, the oil is made very hot in a pot, and the food is actually dipped into it to cook.
palai huna, palaihuna same as pai, a native fern. FER
palaʻiʻi same as lehua palaʻiʻi, a variety of taro. TAR
palai kahawai [palai kaha·wai] same as hihiawai, a fern. FER
palaiki [pala·iki] nvi. sound of a stone falling into water; to fall with a sound; plump. rare.
pala ila vs. overripe, as bananas that have turned black. lit., spotted ripening. BAN
palai lāʻau n. a small native fern (Adenophorus pinnatifidis), with narrow fronds 10 to 40 cm long, having many short side lobes; they hang down on forest tree trunks. lit., plant palai. FER TRE
palailai, pālailai [palai·lai] n. young of the lai, a fish. FIS
palai lau liʻi n. a small native filmy fern (Sphaerociomium obtusum), growing on forest trees, 2.5 to 6 cm long, with oblong, much-divided fronds. lit., small-leafed palai. FER TRE
palaʻili [pala·ʻili] n. T-shirt; any pullover-style shirt. Niʻihau. cf. paleʻili. CLO
palaʻili kāʻawe [pala·ʻili kā·ʻawe] n. tank top. lit., t-shirt (with) strap. also paleʻili kāʻawe. cf. palaʻili, paleʻili. CLO
palaʻīloli [palaʻī·loli] vs. discolored, as of pandanus fruit that darkens; to assume a softer, darker color. PAN
palai maka see palai₂, confusion...
palai moe anu n. a variety of stunted fern. FER
palaina₁ n. turning away in embarrassment, confusion, or humility, concealment of true feelings. cf. palai₂.
palaina₂ vt. to smooth, as fresh cement with a trowel.
palaina₃ n. a word said in card games (no data).
palaina helehelena [palaina hele·helena] n. foundation, for makeup. lit., smooth (the) face.
palaina kimeki n.v. cement; to cement. cf. palai₂.
palaina puna n.v. whitewash; to whitewash. cf. palai₂.
palaina puna an exclamation used by the winner in a card game to the loser meaning 'you got wiped out!' [mān]. also pāpaʻa piele. SPO
palaiʻula, palai ʻula n. dark-stemmed form of palai. also laʻa.
palaka₁ nvs. indifferent, inactive, uninterested, lax, listless, apathetic, oblivious, careless or negligent in doing something, as going to church; disinterest, indifference. cf. kūpalaka. (FS 111)
hoʻopalakato feign indifference; indifferent, etc (Isa. 6.10.)
Palaka ka naʻau.The heart has grown dull. (Mat. 13.15)
palaka₂ n. a fish (no data). [Pn(CE) *parata, shark sp]FIS
palaka₃ n. a checkered shirt, usually blue and white, of block-print cloth; in the 19th century, a coarse work shirt worn by males, known then in English as a "frock", mentioned frequently in the literature and especially in Peter Kaʻeo's letters in 1873–4 to his cousin, Queen Emma (Korn 1976, pp. 14–38), and hence probably from English "frock" rather than from "block". Eng. CLO
palaka n. shirt, with short or long sleeves. [mān]. CLO
palaka alohaaloha shirt
palaka₄ n. block, as block and tackle. Eng.
palaka n. block, i.e. the child's toy. see pōlaka. SPO
palaka₅ n. plug. Niʻihau. see niho palaka, puka uila. Eng.
palaka niho koluthree-pronged plug
palaka niho luatwo-pronged plug
palaka uilaelectrical plug
palaka aloha n. aloha shirt.
pala kāʻao vs. ripe, as pandanus. PAN
-palakaʻeo cf. kaʻeo. rare.
palakahē [palaka·hē] short for palakāhela₁.
palakāhela₁ [pala·kā·hela] vs. overripe, spoiled; yellowed and falling, as leaves.
Palakāhela ka ʻai o Makaʻūkiu.The food crops of Maka-ʻŪkiu are spoiled. (chant)
palakāhela₂ [pala·kā·hela] vs. curved, bent; stooped, as one lifting a weight to one's back.
hoʻopalakāhelato curve, bend, stoop
palakahuki [palaka·huki] same as palahuki; overcooked to the point of falling apart, as meat (less common than moʻa palahē). FOO
palakai [pala·kai] vs. sickly, withered, stunted, puny, as unhealthy plants or people. PLA ILL
pala kaia n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
palakaiko, paradaiso [pala·kaiko] n. paradise. Gr. paradeisos. (Luka 23.43)
palaka kepa n. snap cube. lit., snap block.
palaka kimeki n. pier block, in construction. lit., cement block. cf. paomeki. INS BUI
palaka kimeki pale mūtermite block
palakalī [palaka·lī] n. broccoli. Eng. FOO
palakama, balasama [pala·kama] balsam. Eng.
palakē [pala·kē] vs. soggy and watery, as taro or sweet potatoes of poor quality. SWP TAR
palakea₁ [pala·kea] n. a variety of taro, tall and stocky, distinguished by the black edge of the petiole; corm white, less acrid than most taros, used chiefly as a table taro also medicinally. The name may be qualified by the colors ʻeleʻele and keʻokeʻo. also lauloa hāʻeleʻele, lauloa palakea. TAR
palakea₂ [pala·kea] vs. soft, white, clear, unclouded. WIN
palakei [pala·kei] n. rocky patch, as for planting. rare. PLA
Palakeliko, Paradelito [pala·keliko] n. Counselor (RSV), Comforter (KJV). Gr. paracletos. (Ioane 14.16)
palaki₁ nvt. brush; to brush. Eng.
palaki₂ vs. black, as skin. Eng.
palaki₃, barati n. ballast. Eng.
palaki₄ n. flush, in poker. Eng.
palakī [pala·kī] n. small daubs of soft excrement, so called because bowels were loosened during time of famine by eating ti root. lit., ti daubs.
palakiʻānai [palakiʻā·nai] n. scrubbing brush.
palaki ʻauʻau [palaki ʻau·ʻau] n. brush for bathing.
palakiko [pala·kiko] petty pilfering; to pilfer little by litile. (AP)
Palakiko o ʻAkiki Francis of Assisi. (EH)
Palakila, Barazila n. Brazil, Brazilian. G
Palakila, Barazila [pala·kila] n. Brazil; Brazilian. G
palaki lauoho [palaki lau·oho] n. hairbrush.
Palakimoa, Balatimoa n. Baltimore. G
palaki niho n. toothbrush.
palakiniuma [palaki·niuma] n. platinum. Eng. SCI
palakiʻo [pala·kiʻo] n. a venereal disease. ILL
pālākiō [pā·lā·kiō] n. scale, in math. [comb. pā + lākiō.]. MTH
kiʻi pālākiōscale drawing
pane pālākiōrating response
papa pālākiōconversion scale
pālākiō ikehu ōlaʻi [pā-lā-kiō ikehu ōlaʻi] n. Richter scale. lit., earthquake power scale. SCI
pālākiō lālani [pā·lā·kiō lālani] n. linear scale, in geography. lit., line scale. SCI
pālākiō palapala ʻāina [pā·lā·kiō pala·pala ʻāina] n. map scale. lit., map ratio. [+]
Ma ka pālākiō palapala ʻāina, ua like hoʻokahi ʻīniha ma kēia poepoe honua me 300 mile ma ka honua.In map scale, one inch on this globe is equal to 300 miles on the earth.
pālākiō pH [pā·lā·kiō ph] n. pH scale, for measuring acidity. [+]SCI
palakiu [pala·kiu] vs. rotted, as taro corm in cold, wet weather. TAR
palaku n. palate, in linguistics. Eng. LNG
palaku iwihard palate
palaku kīleosoft palate
palakū [pala·kū] vs. ripe to perfection, as of bananas that drop when touched; to ripen uniformly. [PPn *pala-tuʻu, over-ripe, of fruit]BAN
palakua [pala·kua] var. of palakū.
Palakuae, Paraguae [pala·kuae] n. Paraguay; Paraguayan. G
pala kūkae [pala kū·kae] n. residue of excreta that remains to be wiped off. lit., excreta daub.
ahu ka pala kūkaea heap of excreta daub [an expression of contempt]
palala n. barrel. Eng.
palala see pānini palala, barrel cactus... PLA
palalā [pala·lā] n. a low or rumbling sound (similar to palalū). cf. kōhikōhikūpalalā. PPN *palalaa.
pā lala vi. to strike obliquely, as wave or wind.
pālala₁ [pā·lala] nvi. gift or tax given to a chief at the birth of a child; to honor a child with a gift; house-warming feast; to have such a feast. (Laie 445)
ʻahaʻaina pālalafeast, as in honor of a child
pālala₂ [pā·lala] vs. clear. rare. PCP *paalala.
pālālā [pā·lālā] S same as pālahalaha, spread out...
pālala (palaloa) ceremonial gift. (EH)
palalaha [pala·laha] S same as pālahalaha₁, spread out...
pālalahuki [pā·lala·huki] same as palahuki.
pālalakaʻimoku [pā·lala·kaʻi·moku] plain, cape, land jutting into the sea. fig., kingdom. (AP)
pālālā kīlaha wide. (EH)
palalalo₁ [pala·lalo] n. gonorrhea. ILL
palalalo₂ [pala·lalo] n. soft, rotten. (And.)
pala lau hala, palalauhala vs. yellow as a pandanus leaf, said of the very old. PAN
palalē₁ [pala·lē] nvi. to speak imperfectly, as of one with a foreign accent or speech defect; to work in a disorderly, slipshod way; confusion. cf. hiohio haole, kīpalalē. [Pn(EP) *pa-rare, speak imperfectly]
palalē₂ [pala·lē] vi. to drip, spatter, spill, fart.
He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags. (For. 4:577)
palaleha [pala·leha] vs. indifferent, careless, slack, neglectful of duty. cf. paleha.
hoʻopalalehacaus/sim. to neglect
ʻO ka lima hoʻopalaleha, he mea ia e ʻilihune ai.He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand. (Sol. 10.4)
palalehe [pala·lehe] var. of palaleha.
hoʻopalalehevar. of hoʻopalaleha
palalei [pala·lei] n. uncut tapa fringe. rare. TAP
palalī [pala·lī] nvs. any flutelike, shrill, or high sound; to sound thus; sound of flatulency. MUS
palaloa₁ [pala·loa] same as pālala₁, gift, tax... (Malo 199, Emerson note)
palaloa₂ [pala·loa] nvi. a circuit of the island by the high chief, building heiaus (Malo 189); to make such.
palaloli [pala·loli] same as palaʻīloli, darken...
palalū₁ [pala·lū] nvi. a low rolling or rumbling sound, as cooing of a dove or low blare of a trumpet; sound of the moho, wingless rail; to make such. BIR
hoʻopalalūto sound thus
palalū₂ [pala·lū] vs. weak, nervous, with shaking limbs.
hoʻopalalūto cause nervousness, weakness
pala luhiehu [pala luhi·ehu] nvs. golden yellow, a beautiful yellow.
palama₁ n. plum. Eng.
palama₂ n. plumber; plumbing. Eng.
pālama₁ [pā·lama] nvi. a sacred and taboo enclosure, especially for royal women placed under taboo; to place under taboo. lit., lama wood enclosure. (For. 5:387)
hoʻopālamat guard, protect, as a taboo princess in a pālama
Kapālama.The sacred lama enclosure. (place name)
Ke ʻī aʻe nō wau, ʻoi ka ʻoi o ka pālama, mālama ʻia kō kino.I do say, the best of the sacred enclosures is to care for your body. (song)
Ua pālama ʻia ke keiki.The child is under taboo.
pālama₂ [pā·lama] n. palm. Eng. TRE
pala mahiki₁ n. a variety of taro. TAR
pala mahiki₂ n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
pālamalama [pā·lama·lama] redup. of pālama₁.
palama waiū [palama wai·ū] n. Madagascar olive, a rare evergreen (Noronhia emarginata). (Neal 677)PLA
palamea₁ [pala·mea] vs. plump. rare. BOD
palamea₂ [pala·mea] n. clear atmosphere. rare. WIN
palami n. brumby, a wild Australian horse. Eng. ANI
palamiko [pala·miko] n. flamingo. also manu palamiko. Eng. BIR
Palamila, Palamira n. Palmyra. G
palamimo [pala·mimo] vi. to pilfer quickly, as of a skilled pickpocket; to move easily and noiselessly; to do or act deftly; neatly; swift, neat.
Palamimo ka hoʻonoho ʻana i ka ukana.The gear is packed neatly.
Palamimo ka lima i ka ulana.The hand is deft in plaiting.
palamio [pala·mio] same as palamimo.
Palamira var. spelling of Palamila, Palmyra...
pālāmoa₁ [pā·lā·moa] n. thick, dense, as clouds. see ex. kaunana. WIN
pālāmoa₂ [pā·lā·moa] n. a grass. (UL 124) PLA
pālāmoi [pā·lā·moi] n. second growth stage of the moi, a fish, about 13 cm long (Kauaʻi); third growth stage, about 30 cm long (Hawaiʻi). FIS
Palamola, Palamora n. Palmyra. G
Palamora var. spelling of Palamola, Palmyra...
Palanaheika, Faranaheita [palana·heika] Fahrenheit. Eng.
Palanaheika [palana·heika] n. Fahrenheit. abb. Ph. see kēkelē.
pālānai [pā·lā·nai] same as pānānai, flat
pālanaiki [pā·lana·iki] nvs. small, compact; slim and trim figure.
pala naio n. pinworm daub, a term of contempt something like "not worth a daub of excreta," so called because naio were believed to get into the bowels of children and cause itching. INS
He aha kāna pala naio?What in blazes is he good for?
palanehe [pala·nehe] vs. noiseless, quiet, dainty, deft; to move in a dainty fashion. also paʻanehe.
Kō wāwae, kiʻi palanehe.Your feet, dainty fetching. (chant)
Palani n. French, Frenchman. G
palani₁ n. a surgeonfish (Acanthurus dussumieri), famous for a strong odor. [(FJ) PPn *palaŋi, a surgeonfish (Acanthurus sp.)]FIS
palani₂ nvi. to stink, smell sour or rancid; a detested person; a kauā, outcast.
hoʻopalanito cause to go sour, rancid
palani₃ n. a variety of sugar cane, short, purple with deep olive-green cast when young, changing to reddish-yellow on exposure, pith dark. Probably the parent of ʻakoki. Sometimes qualified by hao or ʻula. (For. 5:585) SUG
palani₄ n. a variety of sweet potato. SWP
palani₅, barani n. brandy. Eng.
ʻula palanibrandy red
Palani₆, Farani nvs. France; Frenchman; French; Frank. Eng. HUL G
hula Palanisame as the paʻi umauma hula (UL 203)
Palani, Farani n. France; French. HUL G
Polenekia PalaniFrench Polynesia
palani₇ n. bran. Eng.
pālani [pā·lani] vi. to skim lightly; to paint or daub lightly, especially to paint tapa in light shades. cf. mālani. [PPn *pala, smear, smudge: *pala(-i,-ngi,-si)]TAP
pala niho n. tartar of the teeth.
ʻai pala nihofood remnants; to eat food remnants; an eater of food scraps left by others [a term of reproach]
palanioa [palani·oa] vs. sour or rancid smelling, especially of an improperly washed or insufficiently sunned food container.
Palanipoka, Faranifota n. Frankfort. G
Palanipoka [palani·poka] n. Frankfort, the capital of Kentucky. [+]G
palani pualu surgeonfish. (EH)
palaʻo₁ n. walrus. also waleluka, wolu. ANI
palaʻo n. walrus. also ʻelepani o ke kai. ANI
Palaʻo₂, Parao n. Pharaoh. Eng.
Palaʻo n. Pharaoh. see Au Palaʻo Kūhou, Au Palaʻo Kūkahiko, Au Palaʻo Kūwaena.
palaʻō same as līpālāwai, fresh-water algae. SWD
palaoa₁ n. sperm whale; ivory, especially whale tusks as used for the highly prized lei palaoa; whale-tooth pendant. [Pn(EP) *paraaoa, whale]FIS
makau palaoafishhook made of whale ivory
palaoa₂ n. flour, bread, wheat. cf. lāwalu. Eng. FOO
palaoa n. bread. FOO
hunahuna palaoabread crumbs
palaoa hoʻopāpaʻa [palaoa hoʻo·pā·paʻa] n. toast. see pāpaʻa, cooked crisp, overdone, burned... FOO
palaoa hoʻowali ʻia, palaoa hoʻowaliʻia [palaoa hoʻo·wali ʻia] S n. dough. FOO
palaoa huika n. wheat bread. cf. palaoa huika piha. see palaoa mākuʻe. FOO
palaoa huika piha n. whole wheat bread. cf. palaoa huika. see palaoa mākuʻe. FOO
palaoa huluhulu [palaoa hulu·hulu] n. barley (Hordeum spp.). lit., hairy flour. (Puk. 9.31) FOO PLA
palaoa keko n. dumplings. [mān]. also palaoa mokumoku, palaoa pakūpakū. FOO
palaoa keʻokeʻo [palaoa keʻo·keʻo] n. white bread. FOO
palaoa kīpoʻopoʻo [palaoa kī·poʻo·poʻo] n. waffle. lit., pitted bread. FOO
palaoa kuʻi n. whale-tooth pounder or pestle, as for crushing medicine, a highly valued chief's possession. ILL
palaoa liʻiliʻi [palaoa liʻi·liʻi] n. roll, biscuit. FOO
palaoa linalina [palaoa lina·lina] n. thin pancake made without baking powder. FOO
palaoa linalina [palaoa lina·lina] n. unleavened pancake. FOO
palaoa lūlū [palaoa lū·lū] n. dumpling (some localities), Hawaiian-style mush (Hawaiʻi). FOO
palaoa lūlū [palaoa lū·lū] n. Hawaiian-style mush, made of flour and water. FOO
palaoa maka n. flour. FOO
palaoa maka n. flour. FOO
palaoa maka huika pihawhole wheat flour
palaoa mākuʻe [palaoa mā·kuʻe] n. brown bread, a layman's term for any bread made with dark flour. see palaoa hapa huika, palaoa huika.
palaoa mokumoku [palaoa moku·moku] n. dumpling. FOO
palaoa mokumoku [palaoa moku·moku] n. dumplings. also palaoa pakūpakū, palaoa keko. FOO
palaoa pae whale tooth. (EH)
palaoa pakūpakū [palaoa pakū·pakū] n. dumplings. [mān]. also palaoa keko, palaoa mokumoku. FOO
palaoa palai n. pancake. lit., fried flour. see palai₃, to fry... FOO
palaoa pāpaʻa [palaoa pā·paʻa] n. toast. lit., crisp bread. cf. pāpaʻa palaoa. FOO
palaoa pikeke n. biscuit. also pikeke. [comb. palaoa + Eng.]. FOO
palaoa pūhaʻuhaʻu [palaoa pū·haʻu·haʻu] n. popover. lit., puffed-out bread. FOO
palaoa pūlehu [palaoa pū·lehu] n. toast. FOO
pālaʻolaʻo₁ [pā·laʻo·laʻo] same as laʻolaʻo, mote.
pālaʻolaʻo₂ [pā·laʻo·laʻo] n. a fish (no data). FIS
pala ʻole vs. perfect, flawless, consummate. lit., without a daub.
He ʻike pala ʻole.A perfect knowledge.
Palaʻole [Pala-ʻole] n. name of a lua stroke. LUA
palaʻole fight. (EH)
palapaʻa [pala·paʻa] n. any wooden calabash with a thick base. see ex. kūmau₂.
palapala₁ [pala·pala] nvt. document of any kind, bill, deed, warrant, certificate, policy, letter, tract, writ, diploma, manuscript; writing of any kind, literature; printing on tapa or paper; formerly the Scriptures or learning in general; to write, send a written message. TAP
palapala [pala·pala] n. document, as in a computer program; to transcribe; written. cf. haʻi waha, palapala leo.
hōʻike palapalawritten report
moʻokalaleo palapalawritten literature
palapala₂ [pala·pala] n. Maui name for pualu, a fish. (KL. line 147) FIS
palapala₃ [pala·pala] n. var. name for maomao, a fish. (Malo 211)FIS
palapalaʻā [pala·palaʻā] same as palaʻā, lace fern. FER
palapala ʻae [pala·pala ʻae] n. permit, license. lit., agreeing document.
palapala ʻae e holopassport
palapala ʻae e komo maientrance permit
palapala ʻae e hoʻopae permit to discharge, as cargo. (EH)
palapala ʻaelike [pala·pala ʻae·like] n. written contract, as for labor; treaty, agreement. see ʻaelike, agreement, contract, truce...
palapala ʻae mamuli o nā kumuconditional permit
palapalaʻai [pala·palaʻai] redup. of palaʻai₂.
palapala ʻaiʻē [pala·pala ʻaiʻē] n. note (to pay money), bond. lit., debt document.
palapalaʻāina [pala·palaʻāina] n. map. lit., land document.
palapala ʻāina kahua [pala·pala ʻāina kahua] n. site map.
palapala ʻāina kumuhana [pala·pala ʻāina kumu·hana] n. thematic map. lit., topic map. see kumuhana, general subject or topic...
palapala ʻāina ua [pala·pala ʻāina ua] n. rainfall map.
palapala alodio var. spelling of palapala ʻalokio, alodial title...
palapala ʻalokio, palapala alodio [pala·pala ʻalo·kio] n. alodial title, fee simple title.
palapala ʻalolio alodial title, fee simple title. (EH)
palapala ʻāpono letter of recommendation. (EH)
palapala bona var. spelling of palapala pona, bond...
palapala haʻalele [pala·pala haʻa·lele] n. letter of resignation. also palapala waiho ʻoihana.
palapala haʻalele ʻoihana letter of resignation. (EH)
palapala haʻi ā kuhikuhi hewa, palapala haʻi a kuhikuhi hewa [pala·pala haʻi ā kuhi·kuhi hewa] S n. writ of error. lit., document reporting error.
palapala haʻi hewa [pala·pala haʻi hewa] S n. writ of error. lit., document reporting error.
palapala hānau [pala·pala hā·nau] n. birth certificate.
palapalahē [pala·pala·hē] redup. of palahē.
Palapala Hemolele [pala·pala hemo·lele] n. Holy Scriptures.
palapala hiʻona ʻāina [pala·pala hiʻona ʻāina] n. topographic map. see hiʻona ʻāina.
palapala hōʻaiʻē [pala·pala hōʻaiʻē] n. promissory note.
palapala hoʻālohaloha [pala·pala hoʻā·loha·loha] n. written condolence. see ālohaloha, aloha, love, affection, compassion...
palapala hoʻāmana [pala·pala hoʻā·mana] n. power of attorney. lit., document giving power.
palapala hoʻāpono [pala·pala hoʻā·pono] n. any document granting permission, as a passport.
palapala hōʻike [pala·pala hōʻike] n. affidavit, report, certificate. lit., reporting document. see ʻike₁.
Palapala Hōʻike Hopena Kaiapuni [pala·pala hō·ʻike hopena kaia·puni] n. Environmental Impact Statement. lit., document showing environmental consequences. see kaiapuni, hopena, environement, result....
palapala hōʻike manawa [pala·pala hōʻike manawa] n. chronology, timetable.
palapala hōʻike no ke ola [pala·pala hōʻike no ke ola] n. bill of health. lit., document reporting concerning the health.
palapala hōʻike ola health certificate. (EH)
palapala hōʻike pilikino, palapala hoʻike pili kino [pala·pala hōʻike pili·kino] n. identification papers. lit., document telling about self.
palapala hōʻike ukana o ka moku [pala·pala hōʻike ukana o ka moku] n. bill of lading. lit., document reporting cargo of the ship.
palapala hōʻike waiwai [pala·pala hōʻike wai·wai] n. report of finances.
palapala holo ʻāina ʻē [pala·pala holo ʻāina ʻē] n. passport. lit., document (for) traveling abroad.
palapalahonua [pala·pala·honua] n. map (less used than palapalaʻāina). lit., land document.
palapala hoʻohanohano [pala·pala hoʻo·hano·hano] n. honorary diploma or document of any kind.
palapala hoʻohiki [pala·pala hoʻo·hiki] n. adoption paper; certificate that a child is legally adopted; a written oath.
palapala hoʻohiki [pala·pala hoʻo·hiki] n. guarantee, an assurance of quality or length of use with promise of reimbursement. lit., promising document. cf. palapala hoʻokō.
palapala hoʻohiki ʻia [pala·pala hoʻo·hiki ʻia] n. affidavit.
palapala hoʻohui [pala·pala hoʻo·hui] n. charter. lit., association-forming document. see hui₁, club, association, society, corporation...
palapala hōʻoia [pala·pala hōʻoia] n. certificate.
palapala hōʻoiaʻiʻo [pala·pala hōʻoiaʻiʻo] n. voucher, certifying document.
palapala hōʻoiaʻiʻo a ke kanikela counselor's certificate. (EH)
palapala hōʻoia kulanui [pala·pala hōʻoia kula·nui] n. collegiate certificate; college diploma.
palapala hōʻoia mākaukau [pala·pala hōʻoia mā·kau·kau] n. professional certificate.
palapala hoʻoilina [pala·pala hoʻo·ilina] n. last will and testament. lit., document to convey inheritance. see ilina₂, recipient...
palapala hoʻokaʻa [pala·pala hoʻo·kaʻa] n. receipt, as for paying a bill.
palapala hoʻokō [pala·pala hoʻo·kō] n. verdict, decision (written); award; certificate of title; warrant. lit., accomplishing document.
palapala hoʻokō [pala·pala hoʻo·kō] n. warranty, a written guarantee of integrity of a product with promise to repair or replace. lit., confirming document. cf. palapala hoʻohiki.
palapala hoʻokō [pala·pala hoʻo·kō] n. certificate of achievement. lit., accomplishing certificate.
palapala hoʻokohu [pala·pala hoʻo·kohu] n. certificate of appointment; power of attorney.
palapala hoʻokohu hui [pala·pala hoʻo·kohu hui] n. charter. also palapala hoʻokumu.
palapala hoʻokuleana [pala·pala hoʻo·kule·ana] n. patent, copyright. lit., document granting ownership. see kuleana, right, privilege, concern, responsibility, title...
palapala hoʻokumu [pala·pala hoʻo·kumu] n. charter. also palapala hoʻokohu hui.
palapala hoʻokumu [pala·pala hoʻo·kumu] n. charter, a document defining the organization of a city, colony, or corporate body.
Ma ka hālāwai o kēlā makahiki aku nei i ʻāpono ʻia ai ka palapala hoʻokumu o ka ʻahahui ʻo Nā Pua a Hāloa, a mai ia manawa mai, ua ulu a he mau kaukani ka nui o nā lālā.At last year's meeting the charter for the association called Nā Pua a Hāloa was approved, and since that time membership has grown into the thousands.
palapala hoʻokupa citizenship papers. (EH)
palapala hoʻokuʻu [pala·pala hoʻo·kuʻu] S n. certificate of release; pass, as for soldiers; discharge, as from the army.
palapala hoʻokuʻu loa discharge, as from army. (EH)
palapala hoʻolaha bulletin. (EH)
palapala hoʻolauna [pala·pala hoʻo·launa] n. letter of introduction.
palapala hoʻolilo [pala·pala hoʻo·lilo] n. quitclaim; deed, as of transference sale; assignment, transfer.
palapala hoʻolilo waiwai [pala·pala hoʻo·lilo wai·wai] n. inheritance deed.
palapala hoʻolimalima [pala·pala hoʻo·lima·lima] n. lease.
palapala hoʻomaikaʻi [pala·pala hoʻo·mai·kaʻi] n. graduating diploma; letter of commendation, certificate of merit. lit., congratulatory document.
palapala hoʻomalu [pala·pala hoʻo·malu] n. an uncertain legal term placing restrictions on ownership of land, as a lien or easement.
palapala hoʻonā [pala·pala hoʻo·nā] n. certificate of title. lit., satisfying document.
palapala hoʻopaʻa [pala·pala hoʻo·paʻa] n. bond, insurance policy.
palapala hoʻopiʻi [pala·pala hoʻo·piʻi] n. warrant, as for arrest; claim, indictment, petition, application.
palapala hoʻopiʻi hoʻāhewa indictment. (EH)
palapala hoʻopiʻi kipaku [pala·pala hoʻo·piʻi kipaku] n. document for ejection.
palapala hoʻopōkoleʻia brief (summary). (EH)
palapala hopu [pala·pala hopu] n. warrant of arrest, summons.
palapala hopu [pala·pala hopu] n. arrest warrant, warrant for arrest, i.e. a document issued by a magistrate authorizing an officer to make an arrest. LAW
He palapala hopu nō kā mākou e hopu ai iā ʻoe.We have a warrant for your arrest.
palapala huikala [pala·pala hui·kala] n. written pardon.
palapala huli [pala·pala huli] n. search warrant.
palapalai₁ [pala·palai] n. same as palai, a fern. FER
palapalai₂ [pala·palai] a Niʻihau name for niʻaniʻau and kupukupu.
palapalai₃ [pala·palai] Niʻihau name for gold fern, Pityrogramma calomelanos (syn. P. chrysophylla). (Neal 20)FER PLA
palapalaiakamapuaʻa [pala·palai-a-Kama·puaʻa] n. a native fern (Dryopteris globulifera), 45 to 120 cm high, the frond 15 to 45 cm wide, and pinnate to almost bipinnate. lit., fern of Kamapuaʻa. FER
palapalai ʻaumakua [pala·palai ʻau·makua] n. a native fern (Dryopteris crinalis var. tripinnata), 60 to 120 cm high, with broad, much-subdivided fronds. FER
palapalai lau liʻi [pala·palai lau liʻi] n. a native fern (Diellia pumila), 10 to 30 cm high, with narrow, pinnate fronds. lit., small-leaved fern. FER
palapala ʻinikua [pala·pala ʻini·kua] n. insurance policy. see ʻinikua, insurance...
palapala kāʻei meakanu [pala·pala kā·ʻei mea·kanu] n. vegetation zonation sheet.
palapala kāinoa [pala·pala kā·inoa] n. registration form.
palapala kākoʻo [pala·pala kā·koʻo] S n. letter of recommendation or support.
palapala kalahala [pala·pala kala·hala] n. indulgence (Catholic). lit., forgiving document.
palapala kauoha [pala·pala kau·oha] n. last will and testament. lit., commanding document.
palapala kauoha pākuʻi [pala·pala kau·oha pā·kuʻi] n. codicil to will.
palapalakea [pala·pala·kea] redup. of palakea₂, soft, white, clear...
palapalakēnā [pala·pala·kē·nā] n. summons, subpoena.
palapala kiʻi [pala·pala kiʻi] n. summons, process, writ, warrant, subpoena. lit., document for fetching.
palapala kīkoʻo [pala·pala kī·koʻo] n. check, draft, warrant (for drawing money).
palapala kila, palapala sila [pala·pala kila] n. deed, patent. lit., seal document.
palapala kila nui [pala·pala kila nui] n. royal patent (in times of monarchy).
palapala kilokilo hōkū [pala·pala kilo·kilo hō·kū] S n. horoscope.
palapala kipa [pala·pala kipa] n. calling card.
palapala koi palapala pāpā aku [pala·pala koi pala·pala pā·pā aku] n. mandamus. lit., document urging forbidding document.
palapala komo [pala·pala komo] n. pass to enter.
palapala komo wale free pass. (EH)
palapala kono [pala·pala kono] n. invitation (written). see kono₁, to invite, ask in, entice...
palapala kūʻai [pala·pala kūʻai] n. deed or bill of sale.
palapala kūʻē [pala·pala kūʻē] n. a written protest.
palapala kuhikuhi [pala·pala kuhi·kuhi] n. chart; statement, as of an account.
palapala kuhikuhi hewa [pala·pala kuhi·kuhi hewa] S n. writ of error.
palapala kuhikuhi kino [pala·pala kuhi·kuhi kino] n. a certificate of identification, as a passport.
palapala kūkala proclamation. (EH)
palapala kumu [pala·pala kumu] n. original or basic document.
palapala kumu kuleana ʻāina [pala·pala kumu kule·ana ʻāina] n. land claim or title of ownership.
palapala kuʻukino [pala·pala kuʻu·kino] S n. writ of habeas corpus. lit., document releasing body.
palapala lani [pala·pala lani] n. celestial map. lit., sky document. [+]
palapala mahola lanicelestial projection map
palapala leo [pala·pala leo] n. transcription. lit., voice document. see palapala.
palapala lewa lipo [pala·pala lewa lipo] n. space map. lit., outer-space document.
palapala lima [pala·pala lima] n. billet; any handwritten manuscript or document.
palapala loaʻa [pala·pala loaʻa] n. receipt.
palapala mahola ʻāina [pala·pala mahola ʻāina] n. map projection. lit., map expansion. see mahola, palapala lani.[+]
palapala maka [pala·pala maka] n. manuscript. lit., raw document. [+]
E hoʻouna aku ana ʻo Kama i kāna palapala maka i ka hale hoʻopuka no ka hoʻoponopono ʻana.Kama is going to send his manuscript to the publisher for editing.
palapala mākaʻikaʻi [pala·pala mā·kaʻi·kaʻi] n. calling card.
palapala makana [pala·pala makana] n. gift certificate.
palapala male, palapala mare [pala·pala male] n. marriage license or certificate.
palapala mare var. spelling of palapala male, marriage license or certificate...
palapala moʻopane [pala·pala moʻo·pane] n. deposition, i.e. testimony taken down in writing under oath to be used in court proceedings. [comb. palapala + moʻo- + pane.].
palapalani [pala·palani] redup. of pālani, skim lightly, daub...
palapala ninaninau [pala·pala nina·ninau] n. questionnaire. see ninaninau, to interrogate...
palapala noho [pala·pala noho] n. residency permit (for foreigners in 1852).
palapala noi [pala·pala noi] n. written petition, application.
palapala noi hoʻololi kānāwai [pala·pala noi hoʻo·loli kā-nā·wai] n. constitutional initiative, i.e. a process by which one can propose an amendment by gathering signatures on a petition. lit., document asking (to) change (the) law. LAW
palapala ʻoihana aʻo [pala·pala ʻoi·hana aʻo] n. professional diploma for teaching. lit., diploma (for) teaching career.
palapala ʻoka [pala·pala ʻoka] n. order form. lit.,document for ordering. see palapala ʻoka kūʻai.
palapala ʻoka kūʻai [pala·pala ʻoka kū·ʻai] n. purchase order, PO. lit, order form (for) buying.
palapala o nā pono pilikino o ke kanaka Bill of Rights. (EH)
palapala pīʻāpā [pala·pala pīʻā·pā] n. speller, alphabet book.
palapala pona, palapala bona [pala·pala pona (bona)] n. bond.
palapala pono kanaka [pala·pala pono kanaka] n. bill of rights. [sh. palapala o nā pono pilikino o ke kanaka].
palapala puka, palapala puka (mai ke kula mai) [pala·pala puka (mai ke kula mai)] n. diploma for graduation (from school).
palapala puka (mai ke kula mai) var. spelling of palapala puka, diploma for graduation...
palapala sila var. spelling of palapala kila, deed...
palapala ui [pala·pala ui] n. Catechism.
palapalaulu [pala·pala·ulu] vs. colorful. COL
Palapalaulu i ke kanaka.Colorful with people.
palapala waiho ʻoihana [pala·pala waiho ʻoi·hana] n. letter of resignation.
palapalaweka [pala·pala·weka] redup. of palaweka.
palapī [pala·pī] vs. wet, as green wood, said to be so called because green wood sputters (pī) on the fire. lit., sputtering daub.
palapō [pala·pō] nvs. dark, darkness. lit., black smudge.
palapōhaku [pala·pō·haku] n. third stage of manini fish, so called because they are said to feed on pala pōhaku. FIS
pala pōhaku [pala pō·haku] n. a kind of fine, slippery brown alga forming a thin layer on stones in ocean pools. Eaten by small fish but not by people. lit., rock slime. FIS SWD
pala poi dab of poi. (EH)
palapola [pala·pola] n. parabola, parabolic. uma palapola. parabolic curve. Eng. MTH
palapole, parabole [pala·pole] n. parable. Eng.
pala pono exactly ripe. (EH)
palapū [pala·pū] nvs. wound, flesh injury; soft, as a boil ready for lancing.
Ma kona mau palapū ua hoʻōla ʻia mai kākou.With his stripes we are healed. (Isa. 53.5)
palasema n. plasma. also wai koko. Eng. BOD
palasika [pala·sika] n. plastid, i.e. tiny structures inside plant cells that contain pigment as well as chlorophyll. Eng. PLA
palau₁ nvs. betrothal; betrothed, engaged.
hoʻopalauto betroth in marriage; engaged
palau₂ nvt. plow; to plow. cf. ʻōʻō palau. Eng. TOO
Palau₃ n. Palau. Eng. [+]G
pālau₁ [pā·lau] vt. to tell tall tales, exaggerate, talk. [PPn *palau, to boast, brag]
hoʻopālausame as above; to cause to tell tall tales
pālau₂ [pā·lau] n. war club; wooden implement with convex cutting edges, for cutting off ends of taro corm for planting (also pālau kōhi); knife. PLA TAR TOO
pālau₃ [pā·lau] n. mat, wrapper. (pālaulau is commoner). cf. pālau kea, pālau moena, pālau ʻula.
pālau₄ [pā·lau] short for kōelepālau, a pudding of sweet potatoes and coconut cream SWP CN
kīʻoʻe pālaua spoon used for stirring and dipping pālau pudding
pālau₅ [pā·lau] n. a variety of hīnālea, a fish. FIS
pālau₆ [pā·lau] n. Maui name for yam. SWP
pālau₇ [pā·lau] n. a variety of taro. TAR
palaualea [palaua·lea] n. slang. [sh. pālau + walea.]. LNG
palaualelo [palau·alelo] nvs. lazy, idle, especially of a verbose person; such a person; lazy windbag, a do-nothing. lit., tongue lying.
pālauanahu [pā·lau·anahu] same as ʻaeokahaloa, a tapa. TAP
palauea₁ [palau·ea] same as malauea, lazy, listless.
Palauea₂ [palau·ea] n. place name, East Maui.
pālaueka [pā·lau·eka] var. spelling of pālauweka, dim, obscure...
pālauʻeka [pā·lauʻeka] nvs. a mere trifle, pittance; worthless, trifling; vagabond, shiftless neʻer-do-well.
Hoʻi pālauʻeka ʻole.Come back without even a trifle.
Kumu kūʻai pālauʻeka.A pittance of a price.
pālauʻeke shiftless. (EH)
palauha vs. very lazy.
pālauhala [pā·lau·hala] rare var. of pūlauhala.
pālauhulu [pā·lau·hulu] vt. to take all of a fish catch for a chief instead of dividing it. FIS
Ua pālauhulu ʻia ka iʻa na ke aliʻi.All of the fish were taken for the chief alone.
pālau kea [pā·lau kea] n. mat of light pandanus leaves, with meshes about .6 to 1.1 cm wide. lit., white mat. PAN
palauki n. blouse. Eng. CLO
palauki n. blouse. also lakeke. CLO
pālau kōhi [pā·lau kōhi] see pālau₂.
pala ʻula n. a seaweed. SWD
pālaulau₁ [pā·lau·lau] redup. of pālau₃; broad, flat, extended; a wrapper, especially apron or skirt used as a conveyor; to carry in a wrapper.
He aha kā ʻoukou pālaulau? He lāʻī nō!What's your wrapper? Just ti leaves.
pālaulau₂ [pā·lau·lau] n. broad, flat part of a paddle or tool, as of a pickaxe, hoe.
pālaulau₃ [pā·lau·lau] n. a kind of red fish resembling the ʻūʻū (no data). FIS
pālaulau moena [pā·lau·lau moena] same as pālau moena.
pālaulau paʻakai [pā·lau·lau paʻa·kai] n. thick, coarse mat on which salt is dried.
palauli [pala·uli] S vs. dark, as the skin, clouds. WIN
pālaumoa [pā·lau·moa] n. drumstick, as of a chicken. [comb. pālau + moa.]. see ʻūhā moa. FOO
pālau moena [pā·lau moena] n. ordinary floor mat.
palauni n. brownie, i.e. the dessert. usu. meaʻono palauni. Eng. FOO
Palaunu₁ n. Brown, Brownian. Eng. SCI
lelekē PalaunuBrownian motion, i.e. the random motion of colloidal particles due to their bombardment by molecules of the solvent, in chemistry
palaunu₂ adj. brown. (NKE)
pālau ʻula [pā·lau ʻula] n. thick mat of reddish-brown pandanus leaves with meshes about 4 to 5 cm wide. PAN
pālauweka [pā·lau·weka] same as palaweka, dim, obscure...
palawai₁ [pala·wai] n. athlete's foot. ILL
palawai₂ [pala·wai] bottom lands.
Penei ke ʻano o ka mahi ʻai ʻana o ka palawai.This is how the bottom lands were cultivated.
pālāwai [pā·lā·wai] same as limu kala wai, pond-scums. SWD
pālawaiki [pā·lawa·iki] vs. neat, tidy, dainty, fastidious; having good taste in clothes and the like.
palaweka [pala·weka] vs. dim, obscure, indistinct, hazy, as moonlight. cf. pālauweka, pāpalaweka, palapalaweka.
palawili [pala·wili] vt. to twist, turn. WIN
Moe kahuli, hīʻō i ka nahele i ka palawili ʻia e ka noe.Land shell lying down, restless in the forest as it is twisted by the mist.
pale₁ nvt. to ward off, thrust aside, parry, fend off, bar, shield, defend, protect; to ignore a command or law, make void, nullify, prevent, repulse, resist, break, avoid, not adhere to; protection, defense, barrier, warding off, guard; curtain (Puk. 26.4) ; bib, partition, bar, railing, bulwark, shield, sheath, outer garment; division, canto of a song, scene of a play, division of song in a hula (preceded by both ka and ke). [PPn *pale, ward off; protection, defense]HUL
He lā ikaika ʻole a ke au i ke pale.A day when the head current was not strong. (For. 5:561)
hoʻopaleto fend or ward off; to separate, partition off; to defend in court; to disown
ʻili pale o kāmaʻasole of shoes
Ma ka ʻaoʻao hoʻopale.On the side of the defendant.
pale hewa i ke kukeavoid the duty, smuggle
Pale i ke aʻo a ka makua.To thrust aside the teaching of the parent.
pale ka ʻaʻakacrosspatch, cantankerous person; lit., cranky one who shoves
Pale ka leo.Voice is silenced [in death]. (Kel. 61)
Pale kauoha.To ignore, fail to carry out a command.
pale luasecond veil or partition in the temple of Solomon (Heb. 9.3)
pule paleprayer asking for protection (Kep. 57)
Ua pale ka pilikia.The trouble is thrust aside, finished, over.
pale vt. to cover or shield, as one's mouth. see pūʻali pale kapa kai. HUL
Ke kunu ʻoe, e pale i kou waha me ka lima.When you cough, cover your mouth with your hand.
n. inning. SPO
pale pōhilibaseball inning
vt. to defend, in sports; defense. cf. kaupale, kūpale; kūlele. see pale alo, pale kāʻei, pale lulumi. SPO
E ka hoa, nāu e pale ka mea lōʻihi, a naʻu e pale kēia mea poupou.Eh, you defend the tall guy, and I'll watch this short, stubby one.
pale₂ vt. to deliver, as a child.
pale₃ nvt. lining, as of a garment; leaf lining of a ground oven; flap of a malo; to cover, overlay, line; to form a barrier. see pale hou.
pale₄ n. gunwale lashed to a canoe. CAN
pale₅ n. an interval of time in music, a bar in music which separates the staff into measures. see below. MUS
pale₆ n. presser foot on a sewing machine.
pale₇ n. apron, bib. CLO
pale₈, bale, bare n. barley (Hordeum spp.), bran. Eng.
hua palegrain of barley
pālē, bālē [pā·lē] n. ballet. Eng. MUS
palea pas/imp. of pale₁.
paleʻaʻahu n. underclothes, underwear. (Kel. 105)CLO
pale ahi n. fire protection; fireproof.
pale ahi vt. flame retardant. lit., protect (against) fire. see awe pale ahi.
Ninini nui ʻia ka lāʻau pale ahi ma luna o ke ahi hōlapu o ka nahele i mea e hoʻēmi ai i ka laha ʻana.Large amounts of flame retardent chemicals were dumped onto the raging forest fire to slow its spread.
pale alo vt. man-to-man defense, as in basketball; to execute such a play. lit., face defense. SPO
Ke pale alo kākou, iā ʻoe ʻo Noʻeau.When we do a man-to-man defense, you take Noʻeau.
pale ʻana warding off. (EH)
pale ʻea SCI ANI
ʻōnaehana pale ʻeaimmune system, as in mammals
paleʻea pau [pale·ʻea pau] n. AIDS, i.e. acquired immune deficiency syndrome. lit., finished resistance (against) infectious diseases. also maʻi pale ʻea pau. see mū hōlapu pale ʻea pau. ILL
paleʻeke [pale·ʻeke] n. liner for a fish tank, in aquaculture. [comb. pale + ʻeke.]. see peʻa.
paleha vs. loose, slack, sagging; shaking, as a loose object. cf. palaleha.
pale hāliʻi moena [pale hā·liʻi moena] n. coarse mat covering, as spread on the ground; insulting epithet for worthless, low person.
pale hānai [pale hā·nai] n. child's bib. CLO
pale hauhana [pale hau·hana] cloth protecting (pale) lashing of ʻiako, outrigger boom, to the canoe float. see hauhana, lashing, as of adze to handle...
palehe rare var. of paleha, loose, slack...
pale holoi n. eraser. Niʻihau. also mea holoi, ʻileika.
pale hoʻokaʻawale [pale hoʻo·kaʻa·wale] n. buffer. lit., shield (for) separating.
pale hope₁ n. after part of a canoe. CAN
pale hope₂ bearers of the after part of a canoe. cf. pale waʻa. CAN
pale hou n. sweatband, in a hat; protection from perspiration. CLO
pā lehu n. ash tray (preceded by ke).
palehui [pale·hui] n. brace or bar, in punctuation. lit., joining border.
pale huila n. fender, as of a car. lit., wheel guard.
pale ʻia protected. (EH)
paleʻili n. undershirt. lit., skin protector. [t-shirt (NKE)]. cf. palemaʻi. CLO
paleʻili kāʻawe [pale·ʻili kā·ʻawe] n. tank top. lit., t-shirt (with) strap. also palaʻili kāʻawe. cf. palaʻili, paleʻili. CLO
paleʻili o lalo n. underdrawers. (Kel. 105)CLO
paleʻili o luna n. undershirt. (Kel. 105)CLO
paleka, bareka n. carbuncle. Heb. barakath. (Puk. 28.17)
pale kaʻa n. car bumper.
pale kāʻei [pale kā·ʻei] vt. zone defense, as in basketball; to execute such a play. SPO
Mai hahai wale iā ia; e hoʻi kākou i ka pale kāʻei.Don't just follow him all over; let's go back to a zone defense.
pale kai n. breakwater; any wall or embankment that protects the land from the sea, levee; taffrail of a vessel; railing of a vessel. lit., sea guard. [Pn(NP) *pale-tai, foredeck, splashboards or washboards of a canoe]
palekaiko, paredaiso [pale·kaiko] n. paradise. Probably Gr. paradeisos.
palekaiko [pale·kaiko] BIR
manu palekaikobird of paradise, the bird
palekalapa, paregarapa [pale·kalapa] n. paragraph. also paukū. Eng.
pale kalukalu [pale kalu·kalu] see kalukalu.
palekama, balesama [pale·kama] n. balsam. Eng. (Ezek. 27.17)
palekana₁ [pale·kana] nvs. safe, saved, rescued; convalescent; to ward off, brush aside, rescue, protect; to recover from illness; defense, savior, safety, security. (pale₁ + -kana, nominalizer). (Gram. 6.6.2)
ai palekanasafe sex; to practice safe sex
ai palekana ʻoleunprotected sex; to practice unprotected sex
E hoʻoikaika mai ʻoe iaʻu ā laila palekana wau.Strengthen me, then I am saved. (Hal. 119.117)
He loaʻa i ka maʻi lele ai ma ka hana ai palekana ʻole.You can get sexually transmitted diseases (maʻi lele ai) through unprotected sex.
hoʻopalekanato save, rescue
Palekana₂, Balekana n. Balkans. G
pale kānāwai [pale kā·nā·wai] vt. to break laws, act as an outlaw. cf. haʻihaʻi kānāwai, ʻaʻe kānāwai. LAW
mea pale kānāwaioutlaw
pale kaua n. war defense, shield (Kin. 15.1) , defensive armor.
pale kaua n. shield, as for battle. cf. kuahene.
pale kauoha [pale kau·oha] v. to break or ignore a law.
pale keʻehi n. stirrup shield.
pale keiki n.v. to deliver a child; midwife. (Kin. 38.28) BOD
kauka pale keikiobstetrician
Palekekine, Palesetine n. Palestine. G
palēkele [palē·kele] n. Flubber or Gak, a game. [sh. palēkō + ʻūkele.]. SPO
paleki n. brake. Eng.
palekikena, paresidena [pale·kikena] var. of pelekikena, president. Eng.
pale kiko n. repeat mark in music. MUS
pale kila n. armor. lit., steel shield.
pale kililau [pale kili·lau] S n. shower curtain. cf. pale pukaaniani. see kililau.
palēkō [palē·kō] n. Play-Doh. Eng.
pale kōhina [pale kō·hina] n. boundary left by cutting; division between taro patches. TAR
palekoki [pale·koki] n. petticoat, skirt. cf. pūheheo. Eng. CLO
palekoki ʻekekeʻi short skirt. (EH)
palekoki lōʻihi long skirt. (EH)
pale kōkō [pale kō·kō] n. in music, vertical row of dots which forms a repeat mark. lit., prolonging bar. MUS
pale kolo n. horse or ox next to wagon tongue.
palekona, falekona [pale·kona] n. falcon. (Oihk. 11.14) BIR
palekona kāluʻu [pale·kona kā·luʻu] S n. peregrine falcon. lit., falcon (that) sweeps and swerves. BIR
pale kuene n. apron. Niʻihau. also ʻepane. CLO
pale kukui n. lampshade. [trad.].
palela₁ vs. lazy, indolent, slow-moving; to saunter along as though bored. (Puk. 5.37)
hoʻopalelato cause laziness; same as above
palela₂ var. of palala, barrel.
palela liʻiliʻismall barrel, keg
palela n. barrel, a unit of measurement. abb. pll.
pale lā n. awning. lit., sun protection.
pale lā see ʻaila pale lā.
pale laiki rice bran. (EH)
pale lānai porch railing. (EH)
pale lauʻī n. ti-leaf covering; said also to be a prayer asking for release from a taboo that prevents one from leaving a taboo spot. TII
palelē [pale·lē] rare var. of palalē₁, speak imperfectly, palalē₂, drip...
pālele [pā·lele] n. flying saucer. [comb. pā + lele.].
palelei [pale·lei] n. head covering of tapa wrapped over the head with the ends hanging down in front. rare. TAP
pale lepo n. mud guard. CAR
pale lepo paikikalabicycle mud guard
pale lima n. a shield, worn on the arm; armguard.
pale lio n. saddle blanket. lit., horse guard.
palelona, farelona [pale·lona] n. furlong, in surveying. Eng.
pale lua n. double bar in musical notation. MUS
pale lua ʻeleʻele n. heavy black bar in musical notation. MUS
pale lulumi vt. press defense, as in basketball; to execute such a play. lit., defense (by) crowding uncomfortably. SPO
I loko o nā minuke hope ʻelima, e pale lulumi nui kākou.In the last five minutes of the game, let's concentrate on the press defense.
palemaʻi [pale·maʻi] n. underdrawers; sometimes used for undershirt. lit., genital protection. (Kel. 45)CLO
palemaʻi [pale·maʻi] n. underpants. also lole wāwae palaʻili; sanitary pad. Niʻihau. CLO
palemaʻi o lalo [pale·maʻi o lalo] n. underdrawers. CLO