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ʻeleʻele

1. placename. village, ditch, small-boat harbor, landing, and elementary school, Kōloa district, Kauaʻi; Port Allen was called ʻEleʻele Landing until 1909 when it was renamed in honor of a Honolulu merchant, Samuel Cresson Allen (Stroup 35). Land section, Wailuku qd., West Maui. lit.: black.
2. nvs. black, dark, the black color of Hawaiian eyes.
3. n. variety of tapa said to have originated at Kaumakani, Maui; it was dyed with candlenut, pāʻihi, and black mud.
4. n. long, filamentous, green, edible seaweeds (Enteromorpha prolifera). Some kinds are among the most popular in Hawaiʻi, being eaten raw as condiments at feasts. Called pīpīlani on Maui.
5. n. a cooking banana (a form of Musa xparadisiaca), valued for shiny black skin of trunk, used for designs worked into pandanus mats and hats.
6. same as hinupuaʻa and naioea, varieties of taro.
7. a variety of sugar cane.
8. n. a variety of sweet potato.

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Mat 5:36ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe e hoʻohiki ʻino i kou poʻo iho, no ka mea, ʻaʻole e hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻolilo i kekahi oho i keʻokeʻo, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ʻeleʻele.And do not swear by your head, for you cannot make even one hair white or black.
Heb 12:18Eia hoʻi, ʻaʻole ʻoukou i hele mai i ka mauna e hiki ke hoʻopā kino ʻia aku, a me ke ahi e lapalapa ana, a me nā ao ʻeleʻele, a me ka pouli, a me ka ʻino,You have not come to a mountain that can be touched and that is burning with fire; to darkness, gloom and storm;
Hōʻik 6:5A i ka wā āna i wehe ai i ke kolu o ka wepa, lohe akula au i ke kolu o ka mea ola, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E hele mai e ʻike. Nānā akula au, aia hoʻi, he lio ʻeleʻele; a ʻo ka mea e noho ana ma luna iho ona, aia nō i kona lima ka mea kaupaona.When the Lamb opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature say, "Come!" I looked, and there before me was a black horse! Its rider was holding a pair of scales in his hand.
Hōʻik 6:12A i kona ʻākaʻa ʻana i ke ono o nā wepa, ʻike akula au, a nui loa ihola ke ōlaʻi; a lilo ihola ka lā i mea ʻeleʻele e like me ka lole lauoho, a lilo ka mahina a pau e like me ke koko;I watched as he opened the sixth seal. There was a great earthquake. The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair, the whole moon turned blood red,
Kin 30:32E hele aʻe au i waena o kāu poʻe holoholona a pau i nēia lā, a e hoʻokaʻawale aku i nā holoholona kikokiko a ʻōniʻoniʻo, a me nā mea ʻeleʻele a pau o ka poʻe hipa, a me nā mea ʻōniʻoniʻo a kikokiko o ka poʻe kao: a ʻo ia kaʻu uku.Let me go through all your flocks today and remove from them every speckled or spotted sheep, every dark-colored lamb and every spotted or speckled goat. They will be my wages.
Kin 30:33Pēlā e hoʻāpono aku ai koʻu pono iaʻu i ka wā ma hope, i ka wā e lilo mai ai ia i uku naʻu i mua o kou mau maka: ʻo nā mea a pau o ka poʻe kao me aʻu, ʻaʻole i kikokiko, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ʻeleʻele no ka poʻe hipa, ʻo ia ke ʻōlelo ʻia he mea i ʻaihue ʻia.And my honesty will testify for me in the future, whenever you check on the wages you have paid me. Any goat in my possession that is not speckled or spotted, or any lamb that is not dark-colored, will be considered stolen.”
Kin 30:35Ia lā nō, hoʻokaʻawale aʻela ʻo ia i nā kao kāne a pau i ʻōniʻoniʻo a i kikokiko, a me nā kao wahine a pau i ʻōniʻoniʻo a kikokiko, me nā mea kiko keʻokeʻo a pau; a me nā mea ʻeleʻele o nā mea keiki hipa, a hāʻawi akula i loko o ka lima o kāna mau keiki kāne.That same day he removed all the male goats that were streaked or spotted, and all the speckled or spotted female goats (all that had white on them) and all the dark-colored lambs, and he placed them in the care of his sons.
Kin 30:40Hoʻokaʻawale aʻela ʻo Iakoba i nā keiki hipa, a hāliu aʻela i nā maka o ka poʻe holoholona ma nā mea ʻōniʻoniʻo, a me nā mea ʻeleʻele o ko Labana poʻe holoholona; hoʻokaʻawale aʻela ia i kona mau poʻe holoholona, ʻaʻole i hoʻokokoke aku iā lākou me nā holoholona a Labana.Jacob set apart the young of the flock by themselves, but made the rest face the streaked and dark-colored animals that belonged to Laban. Thus he made separate flocks for himself and did not put them with Laban’s animals.
Puk 9:32Akā, ʻo ka palaoa, a me ka palaoa ʻeleʻele, ʻaʻole i make, no ka mea, ua ʻōpiopio.The wheat and spelt, however, were not destroyed, because they ripen later.)
ʻOihk 13:6A i ka hiku o ka lā, e nānā hou aku ke kahuna iā ia; aia hoʻi, inā i ʻeleʻele iki mai ka maʻi, ʻaʻole hoʻi i nui aʻe ka maʻi i loko o ka ʻili, a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he maʻemaʻe ʻo ia; he pehu pala ia, e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a e maʻemaʻe ia.On the seventh day the priest is to examine them again, and if the sore has faded and has not spread in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them clean; it is only a rash. They must wash their clothes, and they will be clean.
ʻOihk 13:21A inā i nānā ke kahuna ia mea, aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole huluhulu keʻokeʻo ma laila, ʻaʻole hoʻi ia ma loko o ka ʻili, akā he ʻeleʻele iki; a laila e papani aku ke kahuna iā ia i nā lā ʻehiku;But if, when the priest examines it, there is no white hair in it and it is not more than skin deep and has faded, then the priest is to isolate them for seven days.
ʻOihk 13:26A inā e nānā ke kahuna ia mea, aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole huluhulu keʻokeʻo ma kahi lilelile, ʻaʻole hoʻi ia ma lalo o kekahi ʻili, akā he ʻeleʻele iki; a laila e papani aku ke kahuna iā ia i nā lā ʻehiku.But if the priest examines it and there is no white hair in the spot and if it is not more than skin deep and has faded, then the priest is to isolate them for seven days.
ʻOihk 13:28A inā e mau kahi lilelile i kona wahi iho, ʻaʻole pālahalaha aʻe ma ka ʻili, akā he ʻeleʻele iki naʻe ia, he pehu ia o ka wela, a e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he maʻemaʻe ia; he hōʻailona ia o ka wela.If, however, the spot is unchanged and has not spread in the skin but has faded, it is a swelling from the burn, and the priest shall pronounce them clean; it is only a scar from the burn.
ʻOihk 13:31A inā e nānā ke kahuna i ka maʻi lēpera, aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole ma lalo iho ia o ka ʻili i ka ʻike ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi oho ʻeleʻele i loko ona; a laila e papani aku ke kahuna i ka mea maʻi lēpera i nā lā ʻehiku:But if, when the priest examines the sore, it does not seem to be more than skin deep and there is no black hair in it, then the priest is to isolate the affected person for seven days.
ʻOihk 13:37Akā inā he mau ko ka maʻi lēpera i ka ʻike ʻia, a ua kupu ke oho ʻeleʻele i loko, ua ola ia maʻi lēpera, he maʻemaʻe nō ʻo ia: a e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he maʻemaʻe ia.If, however, the sore is unchanged so far as the priest can see, and if black hair has grown in it, the affected person is healed. They are clean, and the priest shall pronounce them clean.
ʻOihk 13:39A laila e nānā ke kahuna, aia hoʻi, inā he keʻokeʻo ʻeleʻele iki, he wahi ʻāhinahina ia e ulu ana i loko o ka ʻili; he maʻemaʻe nō ia.the priest is to examine them, and if the spots are dull white, it is a harmless rash that has broken out on the skin; they are clean.
ʻOihk 13:56A inā e nānā ke kahuna, aia hoʻi, ua ʻeleʻele iki ka lēpera ma hope iho o ka holoi ʻana ia mea; a laila e uhae, ʻo ia ia mea mai loko aʻe o ke kapa paha, a ʻo ka ʻili paha, a ʻo ka maʻawe loloa paha, a ʻo ka maʻawe pokopoko paha:If, when the priest examines it, the mold has faded after the article has been washed, he is to tear the spoiled part out of the fabric, the leather, or the woven or knitted material.
Kānl 14:13ʻO ke korenisa, ʻo ka ʻaeselona, ʻo ka vuletura ʻeleʻele, a me ka mea like;the red kite, the black kite, any kind of falcon,
2-Sam 22:12ʻO ka pouli i puni mai iā ia, ʻo ia kāna i hoʻolilo ai i wahi noho nona, ʻO nā wai ʻākoakoa i nā ao ʻeleʻele o ka lani.He made darkness his canopy around him-- the dark rain clouds of the sky.
1-Nāal 20:31ʻĪ akula kāna mau kauā iā ia, Eia hoʻi, ua lohe kākou he poʻe aliʻi lokomaikaʻi nā aliʻi o ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela; no laila, ʻeā, e hoʻokomo i ke kapa ʻeleʻele, ma ko mākou pūhaka, a e kau nā kaula ma ko mākou mau poʻo, a e puka aku i ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela; e hoʻōla paha auaneʻi ʻo ia iā ʻoe.His officials said to him, "Look, we have heard that the kings of the house of Israel are merciful. Let us go to the king of Israel with sackcloth around our waists and ropes around our heads. Perhaps he will spare your life."
1-Nāal 20:32Kau ihola lākou i ke kapa ʻeleʻele ma ko lākou mau pūhaka, a kau i nā kaula ma luna o ko lākou mau poʻo, a hele i ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻī maila hoʻi, Ke ʻī mai nei kāu kauā Benehadada, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe e ola au. ʻĪ akula ʻo ia, E ola ana anei ia? ʻO koʻu hoahānau nō ia.Wearing sackcloth around their waists and ropes around their heads, they went to the king of Israel and said, "Your servant Ben-Hadad says: 'Please let me live.' " The king answered, "Is he still alive? He is my brother."
1-Nāal 21:27Eia hoʻi kekahi, i ka lohe ʻana o ʻAhaba i kēia mau ʻōlelo, uhae aʻela ʻo ia i kona kapa, a kau i ke kapa ʻeleʻele i kona ʻiʻo, a hoʻokē ʻai iho, a moe ihola i loko o ke kapa ʻeleʻele, a hele mālie nō hoʻi.When Ahab heard these words, he tore his clothes, put on sackcloth and fasted. He lay in sackcloth and went around meekly.
2-Nāal 19:26No laila ua nāwaliwali ko lākou poʻe kānaka, a ua weliweli a pīhoihoi, ua like lākou me ka lau nahele o ke kula, a me ka lāʻau uliuli, me ka weuweu ma luna o ka hale, a me ka palaoa ʻeleʻele ma mua o ka ʻōpuʻu ʻana.Their people, drained of power, are dismayed and put to shame. They are like plants in the field, like tender green shoots, like grass sprouting on the roof, scorched before it grows up.
Ioba 30:28Ke hele ʻeleʻele nei au, ʻaʻole naʻe i ka lā: Kū nō au i luna ma loko o ka ʻaha kanaka, a uē aku au.I go about blackened, but not by the sun; I stand up in the assembly and cry for help.
Ioba 30:30Ua ʻeleʻele kuʻu ʻili ma luna oʻu, A ua hoʻā ʻia kuʻu mau iwi i ka wela.My skin grows black and peels; my body burns with fever.
Hal 18:11Ua hoʻolilo ʻo ia i ka pouli i wahi mehameha nona: ʻO kona halelewa i hoʻopuni iā ia, a ʻo nā wai pouli a me nā ao ʻeleʻele o ka lani.He made darkness his covering, his canopy around him-- the dark rain clouds of the sky.
Hal 18:12No ka ʻōlinolino i mua ona, ua lele aʻela kona mau ao ʻeleʻele, ʻO nā huahekili, a me nā lānahu ahi.Out of the brightness of his presence clouds advanced, with hailstones and bolts of lightning.
Mele 1:5Ua ʻeleʻele au, ua maikaʻi nō naʻe, E nā kaikamāhine o Ierusalema; E like me nā halelewa o Kedara, E like hoʻi me nā pākū lole o Solomona.Dark am I, yet lovely, O daughters of Jerusalem, dark like the tents of Kedar, like the tent curtains of Solomon.
Mele 1:6Mai nānā mai ʻoukou iaʻu, no ka mea, ua ʻeleʻele au, No ka nānā ʻana mai o ka lā iaʻu. Ua huhū mai iaʻu nā keiki a koʻu makuahine, Ua hoʻolilo mai lākou iaʻu i mea kiaʻi i nā māla waina; Akā hoʻi, ʻo kaʻu māla waina, ʻaʻole au i mālama.Do not stare at me because I am dark, because I am darkened by the sun. My mother's sons were angry with me and made me take care of the vineyards; my own vineyard I have neglected.
Mele 5:11ʻO kona poʻo, he gula maʻemaʻe ia, ʻO kona wili lauoho, ua loloa ia, A ʻeleʻele hoʻi me he manu koraka lā.His head is purest gold; his hair is wavy and black as a raven.
ʻIsaia 5:30Ia lā lā, e halulu kūʻē nō ʻo ia iā lākou, E like me ka halulu ʻana o ke kai; A laila, e nānā lākou ma ka ʻāina, Aia hoʻi, he pouli ʻino! Ua lilo ka mālamalama i pouli, no nā ao ʻeleʻele ona!In that day they will roar over it like the roaring of the sea. And if one looks at the land, he will see darkness and distress; even the light will be darkened by the clouds.
ʻIsaia 25:5E like me ka pīʻao ʻana o ka ʻāina maloʻo, Pēlā nō ʻoe e hoʻohaʻahaʻa ai i ka walaʻau o nā kānaka ʻē, E like me ka wela i pau i ke ao ʻeleʻele, Pēlā nō e hoʻopau ʻia ai ke ʻoli ʻana o ka poʻe ikaika.and like the heat of the desert. You silence the uproar of foreigners; as heat is reduced by the shadow of a cloud, so the song of the ruthless is stilled.
ʻIsaia 28:25A hana aku ʻo ia i ka lepo a māniania, ʻAʻole anei ia i lūlū iho i ke kumino ʻeleʻele, A kanu nō hoʻi i ke kumino? A lūlū i ka huapalaoa maikaʻi, A me ka bale, a me ka palaoa ʻeleʻele, Ma kona wahi iho?When he has leveled the surface, does he not sow caraway and scatter cummin? Does he not plant wheat in its place, barley in its plot, and spelt in its field?
ʻIsaia 28:27ʻAʻole i kuʻi ʻia ke kumino ʻeleʻele i ka mea kuʻi, ʻAʻole i hoʻokaʻa ʻia ka mea kaʻa ma luna o ke kumino; Akā, ua kuʻi ʻia ke kumino ʻeleʻele i ka lāʻau, A me ke kumino hoʻi i ka lāʻau kuʻi.Caraway is not threshed with a sledge, nor is a cartwheel rolled over cummin; caraway is beaten out with a rod, and cummin with a stick.
ʻIsaia 44:22E hoʻopau nō wau i kou hewa e like me ke ao ʻeleʻele, A me kou hala hoʻi, me he ʻohu lā; E hoʻi mai ʻoe iaʻu, no ka mea, ua hoʻōla pānaʻi aku au iā ʻoe.I have swept away your offenses like a cloud, your sins like the morning mist. Return to me, for I have redeemed you."
Ier 8:21Ua ʻeha au no ka ʻeha ʻana o ke kaikamahine o koʻu poʻe kānaka; ua ʻeleʻele au, ua loʻohia au i ka pilihua.Since my people are crushed, I am crushed; I mourn, and horror grips me.
Ier 14:2Ke kanikau nei ʻo ka Iuda, a kūmākena hoʻi kona mau puka pā; ua ʻeleʻele hoʻi a i lalo i ka lepo; ua piʻi akula nō ka uē ʻana o ko Ierusalema."Judah mourns, her cities languish; they wail for the land, and a cry goes up from Jerusalem.
Kan 4:8Ua ʻoi aku ka ʻeleʻele o ko lākou helehelena i ko ka pouli, ʻAʻole lākou i ʻike ʻia ma nā alanui; Ua pipili ko lākou ʻili i ko lākou mau iwi, Ua maloʻo, ua like hoʻi me ka lāʻau.But now they are blacker than soot; they are not recognized in the streets. Their skin has shriveled on their bones; it has become as dry as a stick.
ʻEzek 32:7A hoʻopio aku au iā ʻoe, e uhi au i ka lani, a e hoʻolilo i kona mau hōkū i ʻeleʻele; a e uhi au i ka lā i kekahi ao, ʻaʻole e hāʻawi ka mahina i kona mālamalama.When I snuff you out, I will cover the heavens and darken their stars; I will cover the sun with a cloud, and the moon will not give its light.
Zek 6:2Ma ka hale kaʻa mua he mau lio ʻulaʻula; ma ka lua o ka hale kaʻa he mau lio ʻeleʻele;The first chariot had red horses, the second black,
Zek 6:6A hele aku nō ko laila mau lio ʻeleʻele i ka ʻāina kūkulu ʻākau; a hele aku nā mea keʻokeʻo ma muli o lāua; a hele aku hoʻi nā mea kaliko ma ka ʻāina kūkulu hema.The one with the black horses is going toward the north country, the one with the white horses toward the west, and the one with the dappled horses toward the south."
Mal 3:14Ua ʻōlelo ʻoukou, He mea ʻole ka mālama i ke Akua: He aha hoʻi ka pōmaikaʻi ke mālama kākou i ka mea āna i kauoha mai ai, A ke hele hoʻi me ke kapa ʻeleʻele i mua o Iēhova o nā kaua?"You have said, 'It is futile to serve God. What did we gain by carrying out his requirements and going about like mourners before the LORD Almighty?

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