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ʻili

1. n. skin, complexion, hide, pelt, scalp, bark, rind, peel.
2. n. skin. also ʻaluʻalu.
3. n. bark, of a plant.
4. leather.
5. surface, area.
6. binding, cover.
7. land section, next in importance to ahupuaʻa and usually a subdivision of an ahupuaʻa.
8. strap of any kind, as reins, harness, fan belt, machine belt; hose.
9. pebble (less used than ʻiliʻili); kōnane pebble.
10. vs. square, as in measurements.

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Mat 3:4Ua ʻaʻahu ihola ʻo ua Ioane lā i ke kapa hulu kāmelo, a he kāʻei ʻili ma kona pūhaka; a he ʻūhini kāna ʻai, a me ka meli o ka nāhelehele.John's clothes were made of camel's hair, and he had a leather belt around his waist. His food was locusts and wild honey.
Mat 9:17ʻAʻole hoʻi e ukuhi nā kānaka i ka waina hou ma loko o nā hue ʻili kahiko, o nahae nā hue, a kahe aku ka waina, a pau nā hue: akā, ukuhi nō lākou i ka waina hou i loko o nā hue hou, a koe pū ia mau mea i ka mālama ʻia.Neither do men pour new wine into old wineskins. If they do, the skins will burst, the wine will run out and the wineskins will be ruined. No, they pour new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved."
Mar 1:6Ua ʻaʻahu ʻia ʻo Ioane i ke kapa hulu kāmelo, a he kāʻei ʻili ma kona pūhaka; a he ʻūhini kāna ʻai, a me ka meli o ka nāhelehele.John wore clothing made of camel's hair, with a leather belt around his waist, and he ate locusts and wild honey.
Mar 2:22ʻAʻole nō hoʻi kekahi i ukuhi i ka waina hou i loko o ka hue ʻili kahiko, o nahae nā hue i ka waina hou, a kahe aku ka waina, a pau pū nā hue, akā, e ukuhi ʻia nō ka waina hou i loko o nā hue hou.And no one pours new wine into old wineskins. If he does, the wine will burst the skins, and both the wine and the wineskins will be ruined. No, he pours new wine into new wineskins."
Mar 14:51Hahai akula kekahi kanaka ʻōpiopio iā ia, e ʻaʻahu ana i ke kapa olonā ma ka ʻili, lālau ihola ka poʻe koa iā ia.A young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment, was following Jesus. When they seized him,
Luka 5:37ʻAʻohe hoʻi mea nāna e ukuhi i ka waina hou i loko o nā hue wai ʻili kahiko, o pohā nā hue i ka waina hou, a kahe ka waina, a make pū nā hue.And no one pours new wine into old wineskins. If he does, the new wine will burst the skins, the wine will run out and the wineskins will be ruined.
ʻOih 9:43A noho ihola ia ma Iope i kekahi mau lā, me Simona ka hana ʻili.Peter stayed in Joppa for some time with a tanner named Simon.
ʻOih 10:6Ua hoʻokipa ʻia ʻo ia e Simona ka hana ʻili, aia i ka hale ma kahakai ʻo ia ka mea nāna e haʻi mai iā ʻoe i ka pono āu e hana aku ai.He is staying with Simon the tanner, whose house is by the sea."
ʻOih 10:32No laila e hoʻouna aku ʻoe ma Iope, e kiʻi iā Simona, i kapa ʻia ʻo Petero; ua hoʻokipa ʻia ia ma loko o ka hale o Simona ka hana ʻili, aia ma ke kahakai; a hiki mai ia, nāna nō e ʻōlelo mai iā ʻoe.Send to Joppa for Simon who is called Peter. He is a guest in the home of Simon the tanner, who lives by the sea.'
ʻOih 22:25Hīkiʻi ihola lākou iā ia i nā kaula ʻili, ʻī akula ʻo Paulo i kekahi luna haneri e kū ana i laila, He mea pono anei ke hahau ʻoukou i ka Roma, me ka hoʻokū ʻole mai i ka hala?As they stretched him out to flog him, Paul said to the centurion standing there, "Is it legal for you to flog a Roman citizen who hasn't even been found guilty?"
2-Tim 4:13ʻO ka ʻaʻahu aʻu i waiho aku ai ma Teroa iā Karepo, ʻo kāu ia e lawe pū mai i kou hele ʻana mai, a me nā buke, a me nā ʻili palapala hoʻi.When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, and my scrolls, especially the parchments.
Heb 11:37Ua hailuku ʻia lākou; ua olo ʻia a kaʻawale; ua hoʻowalewale ʻia; ua pepehi wale ʻia me ka pahi kaua; ua kaʻahele lākou me nā ʻaʻahu ʻili hipa, a me nā ʻili kao, me ka ʻilihune, a me ka pōpilikia, a me ke kolohe ʻia;They were stoned; they were sawed in two; they were put to death by the sword. They went about in sheepskins and goatskins, destitute, persecuted and mistreated--
Kin 2:6Akā, piʻi akula ka ʻohu mai ka honua aku, a hoʻomaʻū ihola i ka ʻili a pau o ka ʻāina.but streams came up from the earth and watered the whole surface of the ground.
Kin 3:21A hana ihola ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i nā kapa ʻili no ʻAdamu a no kāna wahine, a hōʻaʻahu ihola iā lāua.The Lord God made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them.
Kin 27:16A hoʻopili akula ʻo Rebeka i nā ʻili o nā keiki kao ma luna o kona mau lima, a me ka paheʻe o kona ʻāʻī.She also covered his hands and the smooth part of his neck with the goatskins.
Puk 16:14A i ka lele ʻana o ka hau i ahu ʻia mai ai, aia hoʻi, ma ka ʻili honua o ka wao nahele, he mea liʻiliʻi me he unahi lā, me he hau paʻa lā ka liʻiliʻi.When the dew was gone, thin flakes like frost on the ground appeared on the desert floor.
Puk 22:27No ka mea, ʻo ia kona mea e uhi ai, ʻo kona ʻaʻahu no kona ʻili. Ma loko o ke aha ʻo ia e moe ai? A hiki i ka manawa e uē mai ai ʻo ia iaʻu e hoʻolohe nō wau, no ka mea, ua lokomaikaʻi nō au.because that cloak is the only covering your neighbor has. What else can they sleep in? When they cry out to me, I will hear, for I am compassionate.
Puk 25:5A me nā ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a me nā ʻili tehasa, a me ka lāʻau sitima,ram skins dyed red and another type of durable leather; acacia wood;
Puk 26:14E hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i uhi no ka hale he mau ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a ma luna aku i uhi hou, he mau ʻili tehasa.Make for the tent a covering of ram skins dyed red, and over that a covering of the other durable leather.
Puk 29:14Akā, ʻo ka ʻiʻo o ka bipi, a me kona ʻili, a me kona lepo, e puhi ʻoe ia i ke ahi, ma waho o ke kahua hoʻomoana. He mōhai hala ia.But burn the bull’s flesh and its hide and its intestines outside the camp. It is a sin offering.
Puk 34:29A iho maila ʻo Mose, mai ka mauna ʻo Sinai mai, aia nō i loko o ko Mose lima nā papa kānāwai ʻelua, i ka wā i iho mai ai ia mai ka mauna mai, ʻaʻole ʻo Mose i ʻike i ka pūwā ʻana o ka ʻili o kona maka, i ka wā i kamaʻilio pū ai ʻo ia me ia.When Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the two tablets of the covenant law in his hands, he was not aware that his face was radiant because he had spoken with the Lord.
Puk 34:30A ʻike akula ʻo ʻAʻarona, a me nā mamo a pau a ʻIseraʻela iā Mose, aia hoʻi, ua pūwā ka ʻili o kona maka; makaʻu ihola lākou ke hoʻokokoke iā ia.When Aaron and all the Israelites saw Moses, his face was radiant, and they were afraid to come near him.
Puk 34:35A ʻike akula nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i ka maka o Mose, ua pūwā ka ʻili o ko Mose maka: a uhi hou aʻela ʻo Mose i ka pale ma luna o kona maka, a komo hou akula ia e ʻōlelo pū me ia.they saw that his face was radiant. Then Moses would put the veil back over his face until he went in to speak with the Lord.
Puk 35:7A me nā ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a me nā ʻili tehasa, a me ka lāʻau sitima,ram skins dyed red and another type of durable leather; acacia wood;
Puk 35:23A ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i loaʻa iā ia ka uliuli, ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka hulu kao, a me nā ʻili ʻulaʻula o nā hipa kāne, a me nā ʻili tehasa, lawe mai nō lākou ia mau mea.Everyone who had blue, purple or scarlet yarn or fine linen, or goat hair, ram skins dyed red or the other durable leather brought them.
Puk 36:19A hana nō hoʻi ʻo ia i uhi no ka hale, he mau ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a ma luna aku, i uhi hou, he mau ʻili tehasa.Then they made for the tent a covering of ram skins dyed red, and over that a covering of the other durable leather.
Puk 39:34A me ka uhi ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a me ka uhi ʻili tehasa, a me ka pākū e uhi ai;the covering of ram skins dyed red and the covering of another durable leather and the shielding curtain;
ʻOihk 1:6A e lole ʻo ia i ka ʻili o ka mōhai kuni, a e ʻokiʻoki i ka mōhai i mau ʻāpana.You are to skin the burnt offering and cut it into pieces.
ʻOihk 4:11A ʻo ka ʻili o ka bipi kāne, a me kona ʻiʻo a pau, me kona poʻo, a me kona mau wāwae, a me kona naʻau, a me kona lepo;But the hide of the bull and all its flesh, as well as the head and legs, the internal organs and the intestines —
ʻOihk 7:8A ʻo ke kahuna nāna i mōhai aku i ka mōhai kuni o kekahi kanaka, e lilo nona ka ʻili o ka mōhai kuni āna i mōhai ai.The priest who offers a burnt offering for anyone may keep its hide for himself.
ʻOihk 8:17Akā, ʻo ka bipi kāne, a me kona ʻili, a me kona ʻiʻo, a me kona lepo, ʻo ia kāna i hoʻopau ai i ke ahi ma waho o kahi e hoʻomoana ai, e like me ke kauoha a Iēhova iā Mose.But the bull with its hide and its flesh and its intestines he burned up outside the camp, as the Lord commanded Moses.
ʻOihk 9:11A ua puhi ʻo ia i ka ʻiʻo a me ka ʻili me ke ahi ma waho o kahi e hoʻomoana ai.the flesh and the hide he burned up outside the camp.
ʻOihk 11:32A ʻo ka mea i hāʻule ʻia iho e kekahi mea i make o lākou, a haumia nō ia; inā he ipu lāʻau, a he kapa paha, a he ʻili, he ʻeke, ʻo kēlā ipu kēia ipu, kahi e hana ʻia ai ka hana, e hoʻokomo ʻia i loko o ka wai, a e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi, a laila e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻia ia.When one of them dies and falls on something, that article, whatever its use, will be unclean, whether it is made of wood, cloth, hide or sackcloth. Put it in water; it will be unclean till evening, and then it will be clean.
ʻOihk 12:3A i ka walu o ka lā e ʻoki poepoe ʻia ai kona ʻili ʻōmaka.On the eighth day the boy is to be circumcised.
ʻOihk 13:2A loaʻa i ke kanaka ka pehu ʻana ma ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo, a ʻo ka pehu pala paha, a ʻo kahi lilelile paha, a i loko nō o ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo e like me ka maʻi lēpera; a laila e lawe ʻia mai ʻo ia i o ʻAʻarona lā ke kahuna, a i kekahi paha o nā keiki āna, nā kāhuna pule;“When anyone has a swelling or a rash or a shiny spot on their skin that may be a defiling skin disease, they must be brought to Aaron the priest or to one of his sons who is a priest.
ʻOihk 13:3A e nānā iho ke kahuna pule i ka maʻi i loko o ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo, a i lilo ka huluhulu i loko o ka maʻi i keʻokeʻo, a inā ma lalo iho o ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo ka maʻi i ʻike ʻia, he maʻi lēpera ia; a e nānā aʻe ke kahuna iā ia a e ʻōlelo aku, he haumia ia.The priest is to examine the sore on the skin, and if the hair in the sore has turned white and the sore appears to be more than skin deep, it is a defiling skin disease. When the priest examines that person, he shall pronounce them ceremonially unclean.
ʻOihk 13:4A inā he keʻokeʻo kahi lilelile i loko o ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo, a inā ʻaʻole ma lalo ia o ka ʻili i ka ʻike ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi i lilo ko laila huluhulu i keʻokeʻo; a laila e papani i ka mea maʻi, i nā lā ʻehiku.If the shiny spot on the skin is white but does not appear to be more than skin deep and the hair in it has not turned white, the priest is to isolate the affected person for seven days.
ʻOihk 13:5A i ka hiku o ka lā e nānā hou aku ke kahuna iā ia; aia hoʻi, inā ʻaʻole ʻai ka maʻi, ʻaʻole hoʻi i nui aʻe ma loko o ka ʻili; a laila e papani hou ke kahuna iā ia i nā lā hou ʻehiku.On the seventh day the priest is to examine them, and if he sees that the sore is unchanged and has not spread in the skin, he is to isolate them for another seven days.
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 13:7Akā inā i nunui aʻe ka pehu pala i loko o ka ʻili, ma hope iho o kona ʻike ʻia ʻana e ke kahuna, e ʻike hou ʻia ʻo ia e ke kahuna pule.But if the rash does spread in their skin after they have shown themselves to the priest to be pronounced clean, they must appear before the priest again.
ʻOihk 13:8A inā i ʻike ke kahuna pule, aia hoʻi, ua nunui aʻe ka pehu pala i loko o ka ʻili, a laila e ʻōlelo aku ke kahuna, ua haumia ia, he lēpera ia maʻi.The priest is to examine that person, and if the rash has spread in the skin, he shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease.
ʻOihk 13:10A e nānā aku ke kahuna iā ia; aia hoʻi, inā he keʻokeʻo ka pehu ʻana i loko o ka ʻili, a ua hoʻolilo aʻe i ka huluhulu i keʻokeʻo, a he ʻiʻo kupu ma loko o ka pehu ʻana,The priest is to examine them, and if there is a white swelling in the skin that has turned the hair white and if there is raw flesh in the swelling,
ʻOihk 13:11He maʻi lēpera kahiko ia i loko o ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo, a e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he haumia ʻo ia, ʻaʻole e papani aʻe iā ia, no ka mea he haumia ia.it is a chronic skin disease and the priest shall pronounce them unclean. He is not to isolate them, because they are already unclean.
ʻOihk 13:12Inā i pohā ka maʻi lēpera i loko o ka ʻili, a paʻapū i ka lēpera ka ʻili o ka mea maʻi lēpera mai kona poʻo a hiki i kona kapuaʻi, ma kēlā wahi kēia wahi a puni a ke kahuna i nānā ai:“If the disease breaks out all over their skin and, so far as the priest can see, it covers all the skin of the affected person from head to foot,
ʻOihk 13:18A ʻo ka ʻiʻo hoʻi ma loko ona, a ma loko o ko laila ʻili, he maʻi heheʻe, a ua ola ia;“When someone has a boil on their skin and it heals,
ʻOihk 13:20A ʻike ke kahuna, aia hoʻi, ma lalo o ka ʻili ia i ka ʻike ʻia, a ua lilo ko laila huluhulu i keʻokeʻo, a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he haumia ia: he maʻi lēpera ia i pohā mai, mai loko mai o ka maʻi heheʻe.The priest is to examine it, and if it appears to be more than skin deep and the hair in it has turned white, the priest shall pronounce that person unclean. It is a defiling skin disease that has broken out where the boil was.
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 13:22A inā e pālahalaha nui aʻe ia ma ka ʻili, a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he haumia ia, he maʻi ʻino ia.If it is spreading in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling disease.
ʻOihk 13:24A inā he ʻiʻo i loko o ka ʻili kahi i wewela ai, a he wahi lilelile keʻokeʻo ko ka mea e wewela ana, he ʻulaʻula iki paha, he keʻokeʻo paha;“When someone has a burn on their skin and a reddish-white or white spot appears in the raw flesh of the burn,
ʻOihk 13:25A laila e nānā ke kahuna ia mea; aia hoʻi, inā ua lilo ka huluhulu ma loko o kahi lilelile, i keʻokeʻo, a ma lalo o ka ʻili ia i ka ʻike ʻia, he maʻi lēpera ia i pahū mai mai loko mai o ka wela: no laila e ʻōlelo ai ke kahuna he haumia ia; he maʻi lēpera ia.the priest is to examine the spot, and if the hair in it has turned white, and it appears to be more than skin deep, it is a defiling disease that has broken out in the burn. The priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease.
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 13:27A i ka hiku o ka lā, e nānā hou ke kahuna iā ia; a inā ua pālahalaha nui aʻe ia ma ka ʻili, a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he haumia ia; he maʻi lēpera ia.On the seventh day the priest is to examine that person, and if it is spreading in the skin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease.
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 13:30A laila e nānā ke kahuna i ka maʻi ʻino, aia hoʻi, inā ma lalo ia o ka ʻili i ka ʻike ʻia, a ma laila ke oho melemele lahilahi; a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he haumia ia, he maʻi lēpera ia, he maʻi lēpera ma ke poʻo paha, a ma ka ʻumiʻumi paha.the priest is to examine the sore, and if it appears to be more than skin deep and the hair in it is yellow and thin, the priest shall pronounce them unclean; it is a defiling skin disease on the head or chin.
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 13:32A i ka hiku o ka lā, e nānā hou ke kahuna i ka maʻi; aia hoʻi, i pālahalaha ʻole aʻe ka maʻi lēpera, ʻaʻole hoʻi oho melemele ma laila, ʻaʻole hoʻi ka maʻi lēpera ma lalo o ka ʻili;On the seventh day the priest is to examine the sore, and if it has not spread and there is no yellow hair in it and it does not appear to be more than skin deep,
ʻOihk 13:34A i ka hiku o ka lā, e nānā hou ke kahuna i ka maʻi lēpera; aia hoʻi, inā ʻaʻole pālahalaha aʻe ka maʻi lēpera ma ka ʻili, ʻaʻole hoʻi ia ma lalo o ka ʻili i ka ʻike ʻia; a laila e ʻōlelo ke kahuna he maʻemaʻe ia, a e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a e maʻemaʻe nō hoʻi.On the seventh day the priest is to examine the sore, and if it has not spread in the skin and appears to be no more than skin deep, the priest shall pronounce them clean. They must wash their clothes, and they will be clean.
ʻOihk 13:35Akā inā i pālahalaha nui aʻe ka maʻi lēpera ma ka ʻili ma hope o kona maʻemaʻe ʻana,But if the sore does spread in the skin after they are pronounced clean,
ʻOihk 13:36A laila e nānā ke kahuna iā ia; aia hoʻi, inā ua pālahalaha aʻe ka maʻi lēpera ma ka ʻili, ʻaʻole e ʻimi ke kahuna i ke oho melemele, he haumia nō ia.the priest is to examine them, and if he finds that the sore has spread in the skin, he does not need to look for yellow hair; they are unclean.
ʻOihk 13:38A inā he mau wahi lilelile, he lilelile keʻokeʻo ko ke kanaka paha, ko ka wahine paha, i loko o ko lāua ʻili;“When a man or woman has white spots on the skin,
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 13:43A laila e nānā ke kahuna pule ia mea; aia hoʻi, inā ʻo ka pehu ʻana o ka maʻi he ʻulaʻula keʻokeʻo, ma kona poʻo ʻōhule paha, a ma kona lae ʻōhule paha, e like me ka maʻi lēpera i ka nānā ʻia ma ka ʻili o ka ʻiʻo;The priest is to examine him, and if the swollen sore on his head or forehead is reddish-white like a defiling skin disease,
ʻOihk 13:48Inā ma ka maʻawe loloa, a inā ma ka maʻawe pokopoko, ʻo ke olonā paha, ʻo ka hulu hipa; a inā ma ka ʻili, a inā ma kekahi mea i hana ʻia o ka ʻili;any woven or knitted material of linen or wool, any leather or anything made of leather —
ʻOihk 13:49A inā he ʻōmaʻomaʻo iki, a he ʻulaʻula iki ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa paha, a i loko paha o ka ʻili, a i loko paha o ka maʻawe loloa, a ma ka maʻawe pokopoko paha, a i loko paha o ka mea i hana ʻia no ka ʻili; he maʻi lēpera ia, a e hōʻike ʻia ia i ke kahuna pule.if the affected area in the fabric, the leather, the woven or knitted material, or any leather article, is greenish or reddish, it is a defiling mold and must be shown to the priest.
ʻOihk 13:51A i ka hiku o ka lā, e nānā aku ʻo ia i ka lēpera; a inā i pālahalaha aʻe ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa, inā ma loko o ka maʻawe loloa, a inā ma ka maʻawe pokopoko, a inā ma ka ʻili, a inā ma ka mea i hana ʻia no ka ʻili; he lēpera ʻaʻai ia, he haumia nō ia.On the seventh day he is to examine it, and if the mold has spread in the fabric, the woven or knitted material, or the leather, whatever its use, it is a persistent defiling mold; the article is unclean.
ʻOihk 13:52E puhi hoʻi ʻo ia ia kapa, inā he maʻawe loloa, inā he maʻawe pokopoko, a inā ma ka hulu hipa, inā ma ke olonā, a inā ma ko ka ʻili, kahi e noho ai ka lēpera; no ka mea he lēpera ʻaʻai ia, e hoʻopau ʻia ia i ke ahi.He must burn the fabric, the woven or knitted material of wool or linen, or any leather article that has been spoiled; because the defiling mold is persistent, the article must be burned.
ʻOihk 13:53A inā e nānā ke kahuna, aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole i pālahalaha aʻe ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa, ma ka maʻawe loloa, ka maʻawe pokopoko, a ma ka mea paha i hana ʻia no ka ʻili;“But if, when the priest examines it, the mold has not spread in the fabric, the woven or knitted material, or the leather article,
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.
ʻOihk 13:57A i ʻike mau ʻia ia i loko o ke kapa, inā ma ka maʻawe loloa, a inā ma ka maʻawe pokopoko, a inā ma ka mea ʻili, he mea e pālahalaha ana; e puhi ʻoe i ka mea lēpera i ke ahi.But if it reappears in the fabric, in the woven or knitted material, or in the leather article, it is a spreading mold; whatever has the mold must be burned.
ʻOihk 13:58A ʻo ke kapa, ʻo ka maʻawe loloa, a ʻo ka maʻawe pokopoko, a ʻo ka mea ʻili, āu e holoi ai, inā ua haʻalele aku ka lēpera mai laila aku, a laila e holoi hou ʻia aʻe ia mea, a e maʻemaʻe nō.Any fabric, woven or knitted material, or any leather article that has been washed and is rid of the mold, must be washed again. Then it will be clean.”
ʻOihk 13:59ʻO ia ke kānāwai o ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa hulu hipa, a he olonā, ma ka maʻawe loloa paha, ka maʻawe pokopoko paha, a he mea ʻili paha, a e ʻōlelo ai he maʻemaʻe, a e ʻōlelo ai hoʻi he haumia.These are the regulations concerning defiling molds in woolen or linen clothing, woven or knitted material, or any leather article, for pronouncing them clean or unclean.
ʻOihk 15:17A ʻo ke kapa, a ʻo ka ʻili, he ʻanoʻano kanaka ma luna iho, e holoi ʻia ia i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.Any clothing or leather that has semen on it must be washed with water, and it will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 16:27A ʻo ka bipi kāne, ka mōhai lawehala, a me ke kao, ka mōhai lawehala, ua lawe ʻia ko lāua koko i loko e hana i kalahala ma kahi hoʻāno, ʻo ia ke lawe ʻia aʻe ma waho o kahi hoʻomoana; a e hoʻopau lākou i ke ahi i ko lāua mau ʻili, a me ko lāua ʻiʻo, a me ko lāua lepo.The bull and the goat for the sin offerings, whose blood was brought into the Most Holy Place to make atonement, must be taken outside the camp; their hides, flesh and intestines are to be burned up.
Nāh 4:6A e kau iho ma luna o laila i ka uhi ʻili tahasa, a e hohola ma luna i lole paʻapū i ka uliuli, a e hoʻokomo i kona mau ʻauamo.Then they are to cover the curtain with a durable leather, spread a cloth of solid blue over that and put the poles in place.
Nāh 4:8A e hohola iho lākou ma luna o ia mau mea i ka lole ʻulaʻula, a e hoʻouhi aʻe ia mea i uhi ʻili tahasa, a e hoʻokomo i kona mau ʻauamo.They are to spread a scarlet cloth over them, cover that with the durable leather and put the poles in place.
Nāh 4:10E hahao hoʻi lākou ia me nā ipu ona a pau ma loko o ka wahī ʻili tahasa, a e kau aku ma luna o ka ʻauamo.Then they are to wrap it and all its accessories in a covering of the durable leather and put it on a carrying frame.
Nāh 4:11A ma luna o ke kuahu gula e hohola ai lākou i lole uliuli, a e hoʻouhi lākou ia i uhi ʻili tahasa, a e hoʻokomo i kona mau ʻauamo.“Over the gold altar they are to spread a blue cloth and cover that with the durable leather and put the poles in place.
Nāh 4:12E lawe hoʻi lākou i nā ipu a pau o ka ʻoihana a lākou e lawelawe ai i loko o ke keʻena kapu, a e waiho i loko o ka lole uliuli, a e uhi iho ia mau mea i uhi ʻili tahasa, a e kau aku ma luna o ka lāʻau.“They are to take all the articles used for ministering in the sanctuary, wrap them in a blue cloth, cover that with the durable leather and put them on a carrying frame.
Nāh 4:14A e kau aku lākou ma luna ona i kona mau ipu a pau a lākou e lawelawe ai a puni, i nā ipu ahi, i nā ʻō no ka ʻiʻo, i nā mea kope, a me nā bola, a me nā ipu a pau no ke kuahu; a e hohola lākou ma luna i uhi ʻili tahasa, a e hoʻokomo i kāna mau ʻauamo.Then they are to place on it all the utensils used for ministering at the altar, including the firepans, meat forks, shovels and sprinkling bowls. Over it they are to spread a covering of the durable leather and put the poles in place.
Nāh 4:25E hali lākou i nā pākū o ka halelewa, a me ka halelewa o ke anaina, a me kona uhi, a me ka uhi ʻili tahasa ma luna iho ona, a me ka pale no ka puka o ka halelewa o ke anaina,They are to carry the curtains of the tabernacle, that is, the tent of meeting, its covering and its outer covering of durable leather, the curtains for the entrance to the tent of meeting,
Nāh 6:4I nā lā a pau o kona kaʻawale ʻana no Iēhova, ʻaʻole ia e ʻai i kekahi mea no ke kumu waina, ʻaʻole i nā ʻanoʻano, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ka ʻili.As long as they remain under their Nazirite vow, they must not eat anything that comes from the grapevine, not even the seeds or skins.
Nāh 19:5A e puhi ʻia i ke ahi ua bipi wahine hou lā i mua o kona mau maka, ʻo kona ʻili, ʻo kona ʻiʻo, me kona koko a me kona lepo kāna e puhi ai.While he watches, the heifer is to be burned — its hide, flesh, blood and intestines.
Nāh 31:20E huikala hoʻi ʻoukou i nā ʻaʻahu a pau, a me nā mea ʻili a pau, a me nā mea hulu kao a pau, a me nā mea lāʻau a pau.Purify every garment as well as everything made of leather, goat hair or wood.”
Ios 9:4A laila hana maʻalea ihola lākou, a hele akula, hoʻomākaukau ihola i ō na lākou; a lawe nō hoʻi lākou i nā pūʻolo kahiko ma ko lākou mau hoki, a me nā hue ʻili waina kahiko, a ua haehae, a ua pāhono ʻia;they resorted to a ruse: They went as a delegation whose donkeys were loaded with worn-out sacks and old wineskins, cracked and mended.
Ios 9:13ʻO kēia mau hue ʻili waina hoʻi, a mākou i ukuhi hou ai, aiʻa, ua nāhaehae. A ʻo kēia mau ʻaʻahu o mākou, a me ko mākou kāmaʻa, ua weluwelu, no ka lōʻihi loa o ke ala.And these wineskins that we filled were new, but see how cracked they are. And our clothes and sandals are worn out by the very long journey.”
1-Nāal 8:40I makaʻu lākou iā ʻoe i nā lā a pau e ola ai lākou ma ka ʻili o ka ʻāina āu i hāʻawi mai ai i ko lākou mau mākua.so that they will fear you all the time they live in the land you gave our fathers.
1-Nāal 13:34A lilo kēia mea i hewa no ka ʻohana a Ieroboama, e ʻoki aku ai, a e luku aku ai hoʻi ia mai ka ʻili o ka honua aku.This was the sin of the house of Jeroboam that led to its downfall and to its destruction from the face of the earth.
1-Nāal 17:14No ka mea, ke ʻī mai nei ʻo Iēhova ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻAʻole e emi iho ka barela palaoa wali ʻole, ʻaʻole hoʻi e pau aʻe ka ʻōmole ʻaila a hiki i ka lā e hāʻawi mai ai ʻo Iēhova i ka ua ma ka ʻili o ka honua.For this is what the LORD, the God of Israel, says: 'The jar of flour will not be used up and the jug of oil will not run dry until the day the LORD gives rain on the land.' "
1-Nāal 18:1Eia kekahi, a i nā lā he nui, hiki maila ka ʻōlelo a ke Akua iā ʻElia i ke kolu o ka makahiki, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E hele, a e hōʻike iā ʻoe iho iā ʻAhaba; a e hoʻohāʻule au i ka ua ma luna o ka ʻili o ka honua.After a long time, in the third year, the word of the LORD came to Elijah: "Go and present yourself to Ahab, and I will send rain on the land."
2-Nāal 1:8ʻĪ akula lākou iā ia, He kanaka huluhulu, a ua kāʻei ʻia kona pūhaka i ke kāʻei ʻili. ʻĪ maila ia, ʻO ʻElia nō ia no Tiseba.They replied, "He was a man with a garment of hair and with a leather belt around his waist." The king said, "That was Elijah the Tishbite."
2-ʻOihn 20:25A hiki ʻo Iehosapata a me kona poʻe kānaka e lawe aku i ka waiwai pio, ua loaʻa iā lākou ka waiwai nui loa ma ka ʻili o nā heana, a me nā mea maikaʻi loa, a ua hao ihola lākou ia mau mea no lākou iho, ʻaʻole pau i ka hali ʻia; a ʻekolu lā o ko lākou hali ʻana i ka waiwai pio, no ka mea, ua nui loa ia.So Jehoshaphat and his men went to carry off their plunder, and they found among them a great amount of equipment and clothing and also articles of value--more than they could take away. There was so much plunder that it took three days to collect it.
2-ʻOihn 35:11Pepehi lākou i ka mōhai mōliaola, a kāpīpī nā kāhuna i ke koko i loaʻa, mai ko lākou lima mai, a lole nā Levi i ka ʻili.The Passover lambs were slaughtered, and the priests sprinkled the blood handed to them, while the Levites skinned the animals.
Ioba 2:4A ʻōlelo akula ʻo Sātana iā Iēhova, ʻī akula, He ʻili no ka ʻili, ʻo ka mea a pau a ke kanaka, ʻo ia kāna e hāʻawi aku ai no kona ola."Skin for skin!" Satan replied. "A man will give all he has for his own life.
Ioba 7:5Ua paʻapū koʻu kino i ka ilo a me ka pāpaʻa lepo; Ke ola mai nei kuʻu ʻili, a laila pūhā hou aʻela.My body is clothed with worms and scabs, my skin is broken and festering.
Ioba 10:11Ua uhi mai ʻoe iaʻu i ka ʻili a me ka ʻiʻo, A ua hoʻopaʻa mai ʻoe iaʻu i nā iwi a me nā olonā.clothe me with skin and flesh and knit me together with bones and sinews?
Ioba 16:15Ua humuhumu au i ke kapa ʻino ma luna o kuʻu ʻili, Ua hoʻohaumia au i kuʻu pepeiaohao i loko o ka lepo."I have sewed sackcloth over my skin and buried my brow in the dust.
Ioba 18:13E ʻai nō ia i nā ʻāpana o kona ʻili, ʻO ka hānau mua o ka make, e hoʻopau nō ia i kona mau lālā.It eats away parts of his skin; death's firstborn devours his limbs.
Ioba 19:20Ke pili nei kuʻu iwi i koʻu ʻili a me koʻu ʻiʻo, A ua pakele au me ka ʻili o koʻu mau niho.I am nothing but skin and bones; I have escaped with only the skin of my teeth.
Ioba 19:26A ma hope o kuʻu ʻili, e hoʻopau nā ilo i kēia kino, Akā, ma kuʻu ʻiʻo e ʻike aku au i ke Akua.And after my skin has been destroyed, yet in my flesh I will see God;
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.
Ioba 32:19Aia hoʻi, ʻo koʻu ʻōpū ua like ia me ka waina i wehe ʻole ʻia; E nahae auaneʻi ia e like me nā hue ʻili hou.inside I am like bottled-up wine, like new wineskins ready to burst.
Ioba 38:30Ua hūnā ʻia nā wai me he mea lā ma lalo o ka pōhaku, A ʻo ka ʻili o ka hohonu ua hoʻopaʻa ʻia.when the waters become hard as stone, when the surface of the deep is frozen?
Ioba 41:7E hiki anei iā ʻoe ke hoʻopiha i kona ʻili i nā mea ʻoi? I kona poʻo hoʻi i nā ʻō iʻa?Can you fill his hide with harpoons or his head with fishing spears?
Hal 119:83No ka mea, ua like au me ka hue ʻili ma kahi uahi; ʻAʻole au i hoʻopoina i kāu mau ʻōlelo paʻa.Though I am like a wineskin in the smoke, I do not forget your decrees.
Ier 13:23E hiki anei i ko ʻAitiopa ke hoʻāno ʻē i kona ʻili, a me ka leopadi i kona mau kiko? A laila ʻoukou, ka poʻe maʻa i ka hana hewa, e hiki ai ke hana maikaʻi.Can the Ethiopian change his skin or the leopard its spots? Neither can you do good who are accustomed to doing evil.
Kan 3:4Ua hoʻopau ʻo ia i koʻu ʻiʻo, a me koʻu ʻili; Ua uhaʻi ʻo ia i koʻu mau iwi.He has made my skin and my flesh grow old and has broken my bones.
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.
Kan 5:10Ua wela ko mākou ʻili me he umu lā, Ma ke alo o ka wela o ka wī.Our skin is hot as an oven, feverish from hunger.
ʻEzek 16:10Hōʻaʻahu akula au iā ʻoe me nā kapa hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia, a hoʻokāmaʻa aku iā ʻoe me ka ʻili tahasa, kāʻei akula au iā ʻoe me ka olonā makaliʻi, a hoʻouhi aʻela iā ʻoe me ke silika.I clothed you with an embroidered dress and put leather sandals on you. I dressed you in fine linen and covered you with costly garments.
ʻEzek 34:6Ua ʻauana kaʻu mau hipa ma luna o nā mauna a pau, a ma luna hoʻi o kēlā puʻu kēia puʻu kiʻekiʻe; ʻo ia, ua hoʻopuehu ʻia koʻu ʻohana ma ka ʻili o ka honua a pau, ʻaʻohe mea huli, ʻaʻohe mea ʻimi aku iā lākou.My sheep wandered over all the mountains and on every high hill. They were scattered over the whole earth, and no one searched or looked for them.
ʻEzek 37:6A e kau iho au i nā olonā ma luna o ʻoukou, a lawe mai au i ka ʻiʻo ma luna o ʻoukou, a e uhi iā ʻoukou i ka ʻili, a e hoʻokomo aʻe au i ke ea i loko o ʻoukou, a e ola ʻoukou; a e ʻike nō ʻoukou ʻo wau nō Iēhova ka Haku.I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the LORD.' "
ʻEzek 37:8A i koʻu nānā ʻana aku, aia hoʻi, piʻi mai nō nā olonā a me ka ʻiʻo ma luna o lākou, a uhi mai ka ʻili iā lākou ma luna; akā, ʻaʻole ea i loko o lākou.I looked, and tendons and flesh appeared on them and skin covered them, but there was no breath in them.
Ioʻela 1:7Ua luku aku ia i kuʻu kumu waina, A ua hemo i ka ʻili o kuʻu lāʻau fiku: Ua hemo i kona ʻili a pau, a ua hoʻolei aku ia mea; Ua keʻokeʻo kona mau lālā.It has laid waste my vines and ruined my fig trees. It has stripped off their bark and thrown it away, leaving their branches white.
ʻAm 5:8E ʻimi i ka mea nāna i hana iā Peleiade a me ʻOriona, A hoʻolilo i ka malu o ka make i mālamalama, A hoʻopouli i ke ao a lilo i pō: Ka mea e hoʻopiʻi ana i nā wai o ka moana, A ninini iho iā lākou ma luna o ka ʻili o ka honua: ʻO Iēhova kona inoa:(he who made the Pleiades and Orion, who turns blackness into dawn and darkens day into night, who calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out over the face of the land-- the LORD is his name--
ʻAm 9:6ʻO ia kai hana i nā papa luna i loko o ka lani, a i hoʻokumu i kona pōʻai ma luna o ka honua; ʻO ka mea i hoʻopiʻi aʻe i nā wai o ka moana, a ninini iho iā lākou ma luna o ka ʻili o ka ʻāina; ʻO Iēhova kona inoa:he who builds his lofty palace in the heavens and sets its foundation on the earth, who calls for the waters of the sea and pours them out over the face of the land-- the LORD is his name.
Mika 3:2Ke inaina nei ʻoukou i ka maikaʻi, a makemake i ka hewa; Ke lole nei i ko lākou ʻili mai o lākou aku, A me ka haehae i ko lākou ʻiʻo mai ko lākou mau iwi aku;you who hate good and love evil; who tear the skin from my people and the flesh from their bones;
Mika 3:3Ka poʻe e ʻai ana i ka ʻiʻo o kuʻu poʻe kānaka, A hoʻolole i ko lākou ʻili mai o lākou aku, A haʻi iho i ko lākou mau iwi, A ʻoki liʻiliʻi iā lākou e like me ka mea no ka ipu hao, A e like hoʻi me ka ʻiʻo i loko o ka ipu keleawe.who eat my people's flesh, strip off their skin and break their bones in pieces; who chop them up like meat for the pan, like flesh for the pot?"
Zek 5:3ʻŌlelo maila kēlā iaʻu, Eia ka hoʻāhewa ʻana e hele aku ma luna o ka ʻili a pau o ka honua. No ka mea, ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea ʻaihue, e hōʻoki ʻia auaneʻi ʻo ia ma kēia ʻaoʻao, e like me kā kēia; a ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea e hoʻohiki wahaheʻe ana, e hōʻoki ʻia aʻe ʻo ia ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, e like me kā kēlā.And he said to me, "This is the curse that is going out over the whole land; for according to what it says on one side, every thief will be banished, and according to what it says on the other, everyone who swears falsely will be banished.

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