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ʻaui

1. vi. to turn aside, digress, deviate, pass by, decline, bend down.
2. nvi. to swell and roll, as the sea; to pitch; billow, roller.
3. nvi. declension, case; to name declensions or conjugations (term devised by Andrews based on Latin declinare, to turn aside); never used extensively and not entered in Hitchcock.
4. nvi. a hula step: the dancer turns to the side and points out one foot once or several times, drawing the foot well back between each pointing; at the same time the body is tipped, with a lowered hand pointing to the outpointing toes, and the other hand raised in the opposite direction; to dance thus.

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Roma 13:12Ua ʻaui aʻe nei ka pō, ua kokoke mai hoʻi ke ao; no laila e haʻalele aku kākou i nā hana o ka pouli, a e ʻaʻahu i nā mea kaua no ka mālamalama.The night is nearly over; the day is almost here. So let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light.
Lunk 19:8I ka lima o ka lā, ala aʻela ia i kakahiaka nui, e hele. ʻĪ maila ka makua kāne o ka wahine, E hōʻoluʻolu paha ʻoe i kou naʻau. Kakali ihola lāua a ʻaui aʻe ka lā, a ʻai ihola lāua.On the morning of the fifth day, when he rose to go, the woman’s father said, “Refresh yourself. Wait till afternoon!” So the two of them ate together.
Lunk 19:9A i ke kū ʻana o ke kanaka e hele, ʻo ia a me kāna wahine, a me kāna kauā, a laila, ʻōlelo mai kona makuahōnōwai kāne iā ia, ʻo ka makua kāne hoʻi o ua wahine lā, Aia hoʻi, ua ʻaui aʻe ka lā, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e noho hou i kēia pō, kokoke pō ka lā, ʻeā, e moe ma ʻaneʻi i leʻaleʻa kou naʻau; a ʻapōpō e hele ʻoe i kakahiaka nui, a hoʻi aku i kou halelewa.Then when the man, with his concubine and his servant, got up to leave, his father-in-law, the woman’s father, said, “Now look, it’s almost evening. Spend the night here; the day is nearly over. Stay and enjoy yourself. Early tomorrow morning you can get up and be on your way home.”
Lunk 19:11A kokoke lākou i Iebusa, ua ʻaui loa ka lā, ʻī aʻela ke kauā i kona haku, E kipa aʻe kākou i kēia kūlanakauhale o ko Iebusa, a moe i laila.When they were near Jebus and the day was almost gone, the servant said to his master, “Come, let’s stop at this city of the Jebusites and spend the night.”
1-Nāal 18:29Eia hoʻi kekahi, i ka ʻaui ʻana aʻe o ka lā, a pule aʻe lākou a hiki i ka wā e kaumaha ai i ka mōhai ahiahi, ʻaʻohe leo, ʻaʻole hoʻi mea hoʻolohe, ʻaʻole hoʻi mea manaʻo mai:Midday passed, and they continued their frantic prophesying until the time for the evening sacrifice. But there was no response, no one answered, no one paid attention.
Hal 102:11Ua ʻaui aʻe koʻu mau lā, me he aka lā A ua mae hoʻi au me he mauʻu lā.My days are like the evening shadow; I wither away like grass.
Hal 109:23Ua hele aku au e like me ke aka i kona ʻaui ʻana, Ua kūehuehu ʻia au me he ʻūhini lā.I fade away like an evening shadow; I am shaken off like a locust.
ʻIsaia 48:18Inā i hoʻolohe mai ʻoe i kaʻu mau kauoha, Inā ua like kou malu me ka muliwai, A ʻo kou pono hoʻi, me nā ʻaui o ka moana:If only you had paid attention to my commands, your peace would have been like a river, your righteousness like the waves of the sea.

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