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ʻinoʻino

1. placename. gulch, Waipiʻo qd., Hawaiʻi. lit.: bad.
2. vi. spoiled, contaminated, rotten, foul, broken, damaged; wretched.
3. nvi. stormy; storm.
4. nvi. wicked, sinful; sin.
5. vi. angry.

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Mar 7:22Ka ʻaihue, ka makeʻe waiwai, ka ʻōpū ʻinoʻino, ka wahaheʻe, ka makaleho, ka huāhuā, ka niʻaniʻa, ka hoʻokano, ka lalau wale;greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly.
Roma 1:29Ua piha lākou i nā hewa a pau, i ka moekolohe, i ka ʻōpū ʻinoʻino, i ka puni waiwai, a me ka hana ʻino; ua paʻapū hoʻi i ka huāhuā, i ka pepehi kanaka, i ka hakakā, i ka hoʻopunipuni, a me ka manaʻo ʻino:They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit and malice. They are gossips,
Iak 2:2No ka mea, inā e komo kekahi kanaka i loko o ko ʻoukou hale hālāwai me ke komo lima gula, a nani hoʻi kona kapa, a komo mai nō hoʻi kekahi mea ʻilihune, ʻinoʻino hoʻi kona kapa;Suppose a man comes into your meeting wearing a gold ring and fine clothes, and a poor man in shabby clothes also comes in.
1-Pet 2:1No ia mea, e haʻalele ʻoukou i ka ʻōpū ʻinoʻino a pau, a me ka wahaheʻe a pau, a me ka hoʻokamani, a me ka pāonioni, a me ka ʻōlelo ʻino a pau;Therefore, rid yourselves of all malice and all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and slander of every kind.
3-Ioane 1:10No ia hoʻi, i koʻu hele ʻana aku e hoʻomanaʻo wau i ka hana āna i hana ai, ua hoʻohuahualau mai ia iā mākou me kāna ʻōlelo ʻinoʻino: ʻaʻole hoʻi ia i hoʻomaha ia mau mea, ʻaʻole ʻo ia i hoʻokipa i ka poʻe hoahānau, a ʻo ka poʻe i makemake aku, ua hōʻole ʻia mai e ia, a kipaku aku nō hoʻi ʻo ia iā lākou ma waho o ka ʻekalesia.So if I come, I will call attention to what he is doing, gossiping maliciously about us. Not satisfied with that, he refuses to welcome the brothers. He also stops those who want to do so and puts them out of the church.
Hōʻik 11:3A e hāʻawi aku nō wau, na koʻu mau mea hōʻike ʻelua, a e aʻo aku nō lāua me ka ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a hala nā lā hoʻokahi tausani, ʻelua haneri me kanaono.And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy for 1,260 days, clothed in sackcloth."
Hōʻik 16:2Hele akula ka mua, ninini akula i kona hue ma luna iho o ka honua; a puʻu maila ka hēhē, ʻinoʻino pono ʻole ma luna o ka poʻe kānaka i loaʻa ka hōʻailona o ka holoholona, a i hoʻomana aku i kona kiʻi.The first angel went and poured out his bowl on the land, and ugly and painful sores broke out on the people who had the mark of the beast and worshiped his image.
Kin 6:11Ua ʻinoʻino hoʻi ka honua i mua o ke Akua; a ua piha ka honua i ka hōʻino.Now the earth was corrupt in God’s sight and was full of violence.
Kin 6:12Nānā maila ke Akua i ka honua, aia hoʻi, ua ʻinoʻino ia; no ka mea, ua hana ʻino nā kānaka a pau i ko lākou ʻaoʻao ma ka honua.God saw how corrupt the earth had become, for all the people on earth had corrupted their ways.
Kin 37:34Haehae ihola ʻo ʻIseraʻela i kona kapa, kāʻei aʻela i ke kapa ʻinoʻino ma kona pūhaka, a kanikau ihola ia i kāna keiki a nui nā lā.Then Jacob tore his clothes, put on sackcloth and mourned for his son many days.
Kin 40:7Nīnau akula ia i ua mau luna lā me ia, āna i mālama ai ma kahi paʻa o ka hale o kona haku, ʻī akula, No ke aha lā i ʻinoʻino ai nā maka o ʻolua i kēia lā?So he asked Pharaoh’s officials who were in custody with him in his master’s house, “Why do you look so sad today?”
Kin 41:3Hōʻea hou maila, ma hope mai o lākou, mai loko mai o ka muliwai, ʻehiku bipi ʻinoʻino, a ʻōlala ke kino, a kū pū maila lākou me kēlā mau bipi, ma kapa o ka muliwai.After them, seven other cows, ugly and gaunt, came up out of the Nile and stood beside those on the riverbank.
Kin 41:4ʻAi ihola nā bipi ʻehiku ʻinoʻino a ʻōlala ke kino, i nā bipi maikaʻi a kaha ke kino; a hikilele mai ʻo Paraʻo.And the cows that were ugly and gaunt ate up the seven sleek, fat cows. Then Pharaoh woke up.
Kin 41:19Aia hoʻi, hōʻea hou maila, ma hope mai o lākou nā bipi ʻehiku he wīwī, a ʻinoʻino loa ke nānā aku, ʻōlala ke kino, ʻaʻole i ʻike ʻia ka mea e like me lākou ma ka ʻāina a pau ʻo ʻAigupita, no ka ʻino.After them, seven other cows came up — scrawny and very ugly and lean. I had never seen such ugly cows in all the land of Egypt.
Kin 41:27A ʻo ua mau bipi wīwī ʻinoʻino lā ʻehiku, i ea mai ai ma hope o lākou, ʻehiku ia makahiki; a ʻo nā ʻōpuʻu palaoa wīwī a mae i ka makani no ka hikina mai, ʻehiku makahiki ia o ke kau wī.The seven lean, ugly cows that came up afterward are seven years, and so are the seven worthless heads of grain scorched by the east wind: They are seven years of famine.
2-Sam 3:31ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Dāvida iā Ioaba a me ka poʻe a pau me ia, E haehae iho i ko ʻoukou kapa, a e kāʻei ʻoukou i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a e kanikau i mua o ʻAbenera. A ʻo ke aliʻi ʻo Dāvida i hele ma hope o ka mānele.Then David said to Joab and all the people with him, "Tear your clothes and put on sackcloth and walk in mourning in front of Abner." King David himself walked behind the bier.
2-Sam 21:10Lawe aʻela ʻo Rizepa ke kaikamahine a ʻAia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a hāliʻi ihola nona ma luna o ka pōhaku nui, mai ka wā mua o ka ʻohi bale ʻana a hiki i ka wā i hāʻule mai ai ka ua mai ka lani mai ma luna iho o lākou, a kiaʻi ihola ia i kau ʻole ai nā manu o ka lewa ma luna o lākou i ke ao, ʻaʻole hoʻi nā holoholona o ke kula i ka pō.Rizpah daughter of Aiah took sackcloth and spread it out for herself on a rock. From the beginning of the harvest till the rain poured down from the heavens on the bodies, she did not let the birds of the air touch them by day or the wild animals by night.
2-Nāal 6:30A lohe aʻela ke aliʻi i ka ʻōlelo a ka wahine, haehae ihola ia i kona ʻaʻahu; a hele aʻela ia ma luna o ka pā pōhaku, a nānā maila nā kānaka, aia hoʻi, he kapa ʻinoʻino ma luna o kona kino ma loko.When the king heard the woman's words, he tore his robes. As he went along the wall, the people looked, and there, underneath, he had sackcloth on his body.
2-Nāal 19:1A lohe aʻela ʻo Hezekia ke aliʻi, haehae ihola ia i kona ʻaʻahu, a hoʻouhi iā ia iho i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a komo akula ia i ka hale o Iēhova.When King Hezekiah heard this, he tore his clothes and put on sackcloth and went into the temple of the LORD.
2-Nāal 19:2Hoʻouna akula ia iā ʻEliakima ka luna o ko ka hale, a me Sebena, ke kākau ʻōlelo, a me ka poʻe kahiko o nā kāhuna i hoʻouhi ʻia i nā kapa ʻinoʻino, i o ʻIsaia lā ke kāula, ke keiki a ʻAmoza.He sent Eliakim the palace administrator, Shebna the secretary and the leading priests, all wearing sackcloth, to the prophet Isaiah son of Amoz.
1-ʻOihn 21:16Nānā aʻela nā maka o Dāvida i luna, a ʻike akula i ka ʻānela o Iēhova e kū ana ma waena o ka honua a ʻo ka lani, a he pahi kaua i unuhi ʻia ma kona lima i ʻō ʻia aku ma luna o Ierusalema. A laila, ʻo Dāvida a me nā lunakahiko i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, hāʻule ihola lākou i lalo ke alo.David looked up and saw the angel of the LORD standing between heaven and earth, with a drawn sword in his hand extended over Jerusalem. Then David and the elders, clothed in sackcloth, fell facedown.
Neh 2:2A ʻī maila ke aliʻi iaʻu, No ke aha lā i ʻinoʻino ai kou maka, ʻaʻole hoʻi ou maʻi? ʻAʻohe mea ʻē aʻe kēia, ʻo ke kaumaha nō ia o ka naʻau. A laila makaʻu nui loa ihola au,so the king asked me, "Why does your face look so sad when you are not ill? This can be nothing but sadness of heart." I was very much afraid,
Neh 2:3A ʻī akula i ke aliʻi, I ola mau loa ke aliʻi; he aha ka mea e ʻole ai e ʻinoʻino koʻu maka i ka wā e waiho neoneo ana ke kūlanakauhale, kahi o nā ilina a koʻu mau mākua kāne, a ʻo nā pani puka nō hoʻi ona ua hoʻopau ʻia i ke ahi.but I said to the king, "May the king live forever! Why should my face not look sad when the city where my fathers are buried lies in ruins, and its gates have been destroyed by fire?"
Neh 9:1I ka lā iwakāluakumamāhā o kēia malama, ua hōʻuluʻulu ʻia maila ka ʻIseraʻela me ka hoʻokē ʻai ʻana, a me ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a me ka lepo ma luna iho o lākou.On the twenty-fourth day of the same month, the Israelites gathered together, fasting and wearing sackcloth and having dust on their heads.
ʻEset 4:1A ʻike aʻela ʻo Moredekai i nā mea a pau i hana ʻia ai, a laila, haehae ihola ia i kona ʻaʻahu, a komo ia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a me ka lehu, a puka akula i waho i waena o ke kūlanakauhale, a uē ihola, he uē nui ʻehaʻeha loa.When Mordecai learned of all that had been done, he tore his clothes, put on sackcloth and ashes, and went out into the city, wailing loudly and bitterly.
ʻEset 4:2A hele ʻo ia i mua o ka puka pā o ke aliʻi; no ka mea, ʻaʻole e komo i loko o ka puka pā o ke aliʻi ka mea i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino.But he went only as far as the king's gate, because no one clothed in sackcloth was allowed to enter it.
ʻEset 4:3A ma nā ʻāina a pau kahi i laha aku ai ka ʻōlelo a ke aliʻi, a me kona kānāwai, nui loa ihola ke kanikau ʻana o nā Iudaio, a me ka hoʻokē ʻai ʻana, a me ka uē ʻana, a me ke kūmākena ʻana; a nui ihola ka poʻe i moe me ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a me ka lehu.In every province to which the edict and order of the king came, there was great mourning among the Jews, with fasting, weeping and wailing. Many lay in sackcloth and ashes.
ʻEset 4:4A hele akula nā wāhine a me nā luna o ʻEsetera, a haʻi akula iā ia. A laila, ʻehaʻeha loa ke aliʻi wahine, a hoʻouna aʻela ia i ka ʻaʻahu e hōʻaʻahu ai iā Moredekai, a e lawe aku hoʻi i kona kapa ʻinoʻino. ʻAʻole naʻe ia i lawe ia mea.When Esther's maids and eunuchs came and told her about Mordecai, she was in great distress. She sent clothes for him to put on instead of his sackcloth, but he would not accept them.
Ioba 40:4Aia hoʻi, ua ʻinoʻino wau; He aha kaʻu e ʻekemu aku ai iā ʻoe? E kau aku au i kuʻu lima ma luna o kuʻu waha."I am unworthy--how can I reply to you? I put my hand over my mouth.
Sol 10:32ʻO nā lehelehe o ka mea pono, ua hōʻikeʻike i ka mea ʻoluʻolu; A ʻo ka waha o ka poʻe hewa i ka ʻinoʻino.The lips of the righteous know what is fitting, but the mouth of the wicked only what is perverse.
Kekah 7:3Ua ʻoi aku ka maikaʻi o ka uē ʻana ma mua o ka ʻakaʻaka; no ka mea, ma ka ʻinoʻino o ka maka, e maikaʻi ai ka naʻau.Sorrow is better than laughter, because a sad face is good for the heart.
ʻIsaia 3:24Ma kahi i ʻaʻala, e pilau ana nō, Ma kahi kāʻei, he kaula, Ma ke oho ʻōwili e ʻōhule ana nō, Ma kahi o ka pāʻū hanohano, he kāʻei ʻinoʻino, Ma kahi maikaʻi e paʻawela ana nō.Instead of fragrance there will be a stench; instead of a sash, a rope; instead of well-dressed hair, baldness; instead of fine clothing, sackcloth; instead of beauty, branding.
ʻIsaia 22:12Ia lā, hea mai nō ka Haku, ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua, E uē, a e kūmākena, I ka ʻōhule ʻana, a me ke kāʻei kapa ʻinoʻino.The Lord, the LORD Almighty, called you on that day to weep and to wail, to tear out your hair and put on sackcloth.
Ier 23:14Ua ʻike nō hoʻi au i ka mea ʻinoʻino loa i loko o nā kāula o Ierusalema; moekolohe nō lākou, a hele ma ka wahaheʻe. Hoʻoikaika nō hoʻi lākou i nā lima o ka poʻe hana hewa, i hoʻi ʻole mai kekahi, mai kona hewa mai. Ua like nō lākou a pau iaʻu me ko Sodoma, a ʻo ka poʻe hoʻi e noho ana ma laila, ua like nō me ko Gomora.And among the prophets of Jerusalem I have seen something horrible: They commit adultery and live a lie. They strengthen the hands of evildoers, so that no one turns from his wickedness. They are all like Sodom to me; the people of Jerusalem are like Gomorrah."
Ier 24:2Hoʻokahi hīnaʻi fiku maikaʻi loa, e like me nā fiku oʻo mua; a ʻo kēlā hīnaʻi, he fiku ʻinoʻino, ʻaʻole pono ke ʻai ʻia, no ko lākou ʻinoʻino loa.One basket had very good figs, like those that ripen early; the other basket had very poor figs, so bad they could not be eaten.
Ier 24:3A laila, ʻōlelo maila ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, He aha kāu e ʻike nei, e Ieremia? ʻĪ akula au, He mau fiku; ʻo nā fiku maikaʻi, ua maikaʻi loa, a ʻo nā fiku ʻino, ua ʻinoʻino loa, ʻaʻole pono ke ʻai ʻia, no ko lākou ʻinoʻino loa.Then the LORD asked me, "What do you see, Jeremiah?" "Figs," I answered. "The good ones are very good, but the poor ones are so bad they cannot be eaten."
Ier 24:8A e like me nā fiku ʻinoʻino, pono ʻole ke ʻai ʻia no ka ʻinoʻino loa; He ʻoiaʻiʻo, wahi a Iēhova, pēlā nō wau e hāʻawi aku ai iā Zedekia, i ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, a me kāna poʻe aliʻi, a me ke koena o Ierusalema, ka poʻe e koe ana ma kēia ʻāina, a me ka poʻe e noho ana ma ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita;" 'But like the poor figs, which are so bad they cannot be eaten,' says the LORD, 'so will I deal with Zedekiah king of Judah, his officials and the survivors from Jerusalem, whether they remain in this land or live in Egypt.
Ier 29:17Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua penei; Aia hoʻi, e hoʻouna au i ka pahi kaua ma luna o lākou, a me ka wī, a me ka maʻi ahulau, a e hoʻolilo wau iā lākou e like me nā fiku ʻinoʻino, pono ʻole ke ʻai ʻia, no ko lākou ʻinoʻino loa.yes, this is what the LORD Almighty says: "I will send the sword, famine and plague against them and I will make them like poor figs that are so bad they cannot be eaten.
Ier 48:37E ʻōhule auaneʻi kēlā poʻo, kēia poʻo, E kahi ʻia nā ʻumiʻumi a pau, E ʻokiʻoki ʻia auaneʻi nā lima a pau, A e hume ʻia nā pūhaka i ka lole ʻinoʻino.Every head is shaved and every beard cut off; every hand is slashed and every waist is covered with sackcloth.
Ier 49:3E ʻaoa, e Hesebona, no ka mea, ua ʻānai ʻia ʻo ʻAi; E uē aku, e nā kaikamāhine o Raba, E kāʻei ʻoukou iā ʻoukou iho i ke kapa ʻinoʻino; E kūmākena hoʻi, a e holoholo ma nā pā; No ka mea, e hele ʻo Malekama i loko o ke pio ʻana, ʻO kona poʻe kāhuna a me kāna mau aliʻi."Wail, O Heshbon, for Ai is destroyed! Cry out, O inhabitants of Rabbah! Put on sackcloth and mourn; rush here and there inside the walls, for Molech will go into exile, together with his priests and officials.
Dan 1:10ʻŌlelo maila ka luna o ka poʻe i poʻa ʻia iā Daniʻela, Ua makaʻu au i kuʻu haku i ke aliʻi, ka mea i kauoha mai i kā ʻoukou ʻai, a me kā ʻoukou mea e inu ai. Pehea lā uaneʻi e ʻike mai ai ke aliʻi i ko ʻoukou mau maka ua ʻinoʻino ma mua aku o nā maka o nā kamaliʻi me ʻoukou pū? Ma laila, e hoʻohewa ai ʻoukou i kuʻu poʻo i ke aliʻi.but the official told Daniel, "I am afraid of my lord the king, who has assigned your food and drink. Why should he see you looking worse than the other young men your age? The king would then have my head because of you."
Ioʻela 1:8E uē iho e like me ka wahine mare i kāʻei ʻia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino no ke kāne o kona wā ʻōpiopio.Mourn like a virgin in sackcloth grieving for the husband of her youth.
Ioʻela 1:13E kāʻei iā ʻoukou iho, a e kanikau, e nā kāhuna: E ʻaoa ʻoukou, e nā lawehana o ke kuahu: E hele mai, e noho a ao ka pō i loko o ke kapa ʻinoʻino, e nā lawehana a kuʻu Akua: No ka mea, ua hoʻōki ʻia ka mōhai makana, a me ka mōhai inu mai ka hale aku o ko ʻoukou Akua.Put on sackcloth, O priests, and mourn; wail, you who minister before the altar. Come, spend the night in sackcloth, you who minister before my God; for the grain offerings and drink offerings are withheld from the house of your God.
Ion 1:11A laila, ʻī akula lākou iā ia, He aha kā mākou e hana aku ai iā ʻoe, i mālie iho ai ke kai no kākou? No ka mea, ua nui aʻe ka ʻinoʻino o ke kai.The sea was getting rougher and rougher. So they asked him, "What should we do to you to make the sea calm down for us?"
Ion 1:13A hoe ikaika akula nā kānaka e hoʻopae i ka ʻāina; ʻaʻole lākou e hiki: no ka mea, ua nui aʻe ka ʻinoʻino o ke kai iā lākou.Instead, the men did their best to row back to land. But they could not, for the sea grew even wilder than before.
Ion 3:5A manaʻoʻiʻo akula nā kānaka o Nineva i ke Akua, a haʻi aku i ka hoʻokē ʻai, a hoʻokomo lākou i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, mai ka mea nui o lākou a ka mea ʻuʻuku o lākou.The Ninevites believed God. They declared a fast, and all of them, from the greatest to the least, put on sackcloth.
Ion 3:6A hiki ka ʻōlelo i ke aliʻi o Nineva, a kū aʻela ia mai kona noho aliʻi aʻe, a waiho akula i kona kapa aliʻi mai ona aku lā, a komo ihola i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a noho ihola ma ka lehu.When the news reached the king of Nineveh, he rose from his throne, took off his royal robes, covered himself with sackcloth and sat down in the dust.
Ion 3:8A e hoʻūhi ʻia nā kānaka, a me nā holoholona i ke kapa ʻinoʻino, a kāhea ikaika aku lākou i ke Akua: a e huli mai kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka mai kona ʻaoʻao hewa mai, a mai ka hana ʻino mai, ka mea ma loko o ko lākou lima.But let man and beast be covered with sackcloth. Let everyone call urgently on God. Let them give up their evil ways and their violence.
Zek 3:3A ua ʻaʻahu ʻia ʻo Iosua i nā kapa ʻinoʻino, iā ia i kū ai i mua o ka ʻānela.Now Joshua was dressed in filthy clothes as he stood before the angel.
Zek 3:4ʻŌlelo maila kēlā, ʻī maila i ka poʻe e kū ana i mua ona, penei, E lawe aku i nā kapa ʻinoʻino mai ona aku lā. ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ia iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ke lawe aku nei au i kou hewa mai ou aku lā, a e hōʻaʻahu aku au iā ʻoe i nā ʻaʻahu nani.The angel said to those who were standing before him, "Take off his filthy clothes." Then he said to Joshua, "See, I have taken away your sin, and I will put rich garments on you."
Mal 2:9Eia hoʻi, e hoʻolilo auaneʻi au iā ʻoukou, I poʻe wahāwahā ʻia a me ka ʻinoʻino i mua o nā kānaka a pau, Me kā ʻoukou i mālama ʻole i koʻu mau ʻaoʻao, A ua nānā ʻoukou ma ko ka helehelena i loko o ke kānāwai."So I have caused you to be despised and humiliated before all the people, because you have not followed my ways but have shown partiality in matters of the law."

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