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ahiahi

1. nvi. evening, late afternoon; to become evening.

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Mat 8:16A ahiahi aʻela, halihali ʻia mai i ona lā nā mea he nui wale i uluhia e nā daimonio; mahiki akula ia i nā ʻuhane ma ka ʻōlelo, a hoʻōla ihola i ka poʻe maʻi a pau:When evening came, many who were demon-possessed were brought to him, and he drove out the spirits with a word and healed all the sick.
Mat 14:15A ahiahi aʻela, hele maila kāna poʻe haumāna i ona lā, ʻī akula, He wahi wao nahele kēia, a ua hala aʻe nei ka hora; e hoʻihoʻi aku ʻoe i ua poʻe kānaka nei, i hele lākou i nā kauhale, e kūʻai i ʻai na lākou.As evening approached, the disciples came to him and said, "This is a remote place, and it's already getting late. Send the crowds away, so they can go to the villages and buy themselves some food."
Mat 14:23A pau ka poʻe kānaka i ka hoʻihoʻi ʻia aku e ia, piʻi akula ia, ʻo ia wale nō, i kekahi mauna e pule ai: a hiki mai ke ahiahi, ʻo ia wale nō ma laila.After he had dismissed them, he went up on a mountainside by himself to pray. When evening came, he was there alone,
Mat 16:2ʻŌlelo akula ʻo ia iā lākou, ʻī akula, I ke ahiahi, ʻōlelo nō ʻoukou, E mālie auaneʻi, no ka mea, ke ʻulaʻula maila ke ao.He replied, "When evening comes, you say, 'It will be fair weather, for the sky is red,'
Mat 20:8A ahiahi aʻela, ʻī akula ka haku nona ka pā waina i kona puʻukū, E kāhea, aku ʻoe i ka poʻe paʻaua, a e hāʻawi aku iā lākou i ka uku, mai ka poʻe hope mai a hiki aku i ka poʻe mua."When evening came, the owner of the vineyard said to his foreman, 'Call the workers and pay them their wages, beginning with the last ones hired and going on to the first.'
Mat 26:20Ahiahi aʻela, noho ihola ia e ʻai me ka ʻumikumamālua.When evening came, Jesus was reclining at the table with the Twelve.
Mat 27:57A ahiahi aʻela, hele maila kekahi kanaka waiwai no ʻArimataia, ʻo Iosepa kona inoa, he haumāna hoʻi ia na Iesū.As evening approached, there came a rich man from Arimathea, named Joseph, who had himself become a disciple of Jesus.
Mar 1:32A ahiahi aʻela, i ke komo ʻana a ka lā, halihali maila lākou i ona lā i nā mea a pau i loʻohia i ka maʻi a me nā daimonio.That evening after sunset the people brought to Jesus all the sick and demon-possessed.
Mar 4:35Ia lā nō, a ahiahi aʻe, ʻī maila ia iā lākou, E holo kākou i kēlā kapa.That day when evening came, he said to his disciples, "Let us go over to the other side."
Mar 11:11A komo akula ʻo Iesū i loko o Ierusalema, a i loko o ka luakini, a nānā aʻela ia i nā mea a pau loa; a ahiahi aʻela, hele akula ia me kāna poʻe haumāna i Betania.Jesus entered Jerusalem and went to the temple. He looked around at everything, but since it was already late, he went out to Bethany with the Twelve.
Mar 11:19A ahiahi aʻela, hele akula ia i waho o ke kūlanakauhale.When evening came, they went out of the city.
Mar 13:35E makaʻala nō hoʻi ʻoukou; no ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoukou i ʻike i ka wā e hiki mai ai ʻo ka haku mea hale, i ke ahiahi paha, i ke aumoe paha, a i ke kani ʻana o ka moa, a i ke kakahiaka;"Therefore keep watch because you do not know when the owner of the house will come back--whether in the evening, or at midnight, or when the rooster crows, or at dawn.
Mar 14:17A i ke ahiahi hele maila ia me ka poʻe ʻumikumamālua.When evening came, Jesus arrived with the Twelve.
Mar 15:42A hiki aʻela i ke ahiahi, no ka mea, ʻo ka lā hoʻomalolo ia, ʻo ka lā ma mua aku o ka lā Sābati,It was Preparation Day (that is, the day before the Sabbath). So as evening approached,
Luka 9:12A kokoke i ke ahiahi, hele akula ka ʻumikumamālua, ʻōlelo akula iā ia, E hoʻokuʻu i ka ʻaha kanaka e hele lākou i nā kauhale, a me ka ʻāina e kokoke mai ana, e moe ai, a e loaʻa ai hoʻi ka ʻai na lākou; no ka mea, ma ʻaneʻi kākou ma kahi wao nahele.Late in the afternoon the Twelve came to him and said, "Send the crowd away so they can go to the surrounding villages and countryside and find food and lodging, because we are in a remote place here."
Luka 14:12ʻŌlelo maila ia i ka mea nāna ia i kono, A i hana ʻoe i ka ʻahaʻaina awakea, a i ka ʻahaʻaina ahiahi paha, mai kiʻi aku ʻoe i kou mau hoaaloha, ʻaʻole i kou mau hoahānau, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kou mau hoalauna waiwai, o kiʻi hou mai lākou iā ʻoe, a e uku ʻia mai ʻoe.Then Jesus said to his host, "When you give a luncheon or dinner, do not invite your friends, your brothers or relatives, or your rich neighbors; if you do, they may invite you back and so you will be repaid.
Luka 24:29Kāohi ihola lāua iā ia, ʻī akula, E noho me māua, no ka mea, ua ahiahi, a ua kokoke pau kēia lā. A komo aʻela ia a noho pū ihola me lāua.But they urged him strongly, "Stay with us, for it is nearly evening; the day is almost over." So he went in to stay with them.
Ioane 6:16A ahiahi aʻela, iho akula kāna poʻe haumāna ma ka moana wai.When evening came, his disciples went down to the lake,
Ioane 20:19I ke ahiahi o ua lā mua lā o ka hebedoma, ua pani ʻia nā puka, ma kahi i ʻākoakoa ai nā haumāna, no ka makaʻu i nā Iudaio; hele maila ʻo Iesū a kū ihola i waena, ʻī maila iā lākou, Aloha ʻoukou.On the evening of that first day of the week, when the disciples were together, with the doors locked for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said, "Peace be with you!"
ʻOih 4:3A hopu ihola ko lākou lima iā lāua, a hahao i loko o kahi paʻa a kakahiaka; no ka mea, ua ahiahi.They seized Peter and John, and because it was evening, they put them in jail until the next day.
ʻOih 28:23A i ko lākou hoʻākāka ʻana i ka lā, a laila hele maila nā mea he nui loa i ona lā, i kona wahi; hoʻākāka akula ʻo ia, a mai kakahiaka a ahiahi kona hōʻike ʻana aku i ke aupuni o ke Akua, a me ka hoʻoikaika aku ma nā mea o Iesū, ma ke kānāwai iā Mose, a ma kā nā kāula.They arranged to meet Paul on a certain day, and came in even larger numbers to the place where he was staying. From morning till evening he explained and declared to them the kingdom of God and tried to convince them about Jesus from the Law of Moses and from the Prophets.
Kin 1:5Kapa maila ke Akua i ka mālamalama, he Ao, a kapa mai hoʻi ia i ka pouli, he Pō. A ʻo ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ʻo ka lā mua ia.God called the light "day," and the darkness he called "night." And there was evening, and there was morning — the first day.
Kin 1:8Kapa ihola ke Akua i ke aouli, he Lani. A ʻo ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ʻo ka lua ia o ka lā.God called the vault "sky." And there was evening, and there was morning — the second day.
Kin 1:13A ʻo ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ʻo ke kolu ia o ka lā.And there was evening, and there was morning — the third day.
Kin 1:19A ʻo ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ʻo ka hā ia o ka lā.And there was evening, and there was morning — the fourth day.
Kin 1:23ʻO ke kakahiaka a me ke ahiahi, ʻo ka lima ia o ka lā.And there was evening, and there was morning — the fifth day.
Kin 1:31Nānā ihola ke Akua i nā mea a pau āna i hana ai, aia hoʻi, ua maikaʻi wale nō. A ʻo ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ʻo ke ono ia o ka lā.God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. And there was evening, and there was morning — the sixth day.
Kin 8:11A ahiahi ihola, hoʻi maila ka manu nūnū i ona lā, aia hoʻi, he lau ʻoliva hou ma kona waha. Pēlā ʻo Noa i ʻike ai, ua emi iho ka wai mai luna aku o ka honua.When the dove returned to him in the evening, there in its beak was a freshly plucked olive leaf! Then Noah knew that the water had receded from the earth.
Kin 19:1A ahiahi ihola, hiki akula nā ʻānela ʻelua ma Sodoma: a noho ihola ʻo Lota ma ka ʻīpuka o Sodoma: ʻike akula ʻo Lota, kū aʻela ia e hālāwai pū lākou, a kūlou ihola kona mau maka i lalo ma ka honua;The two angels arrived at Sodom in the evening, and Lot was sitting in the gateway of the city. When he saw them, he got up to meet them and bowed down with his face to the ground.
Kin 24:11Hoʻokukuli ihola ia i kona mau kāmelo ma waho o ke kūlanakauhale, ma ka luawai, i ke ahiahi, i ka manawa e hele mai ai nā wāhine e huki wai.He had the camels kneel down near the well outside the town; it was toward evening, the time the women go out to draw water.
Kin 24:63Hele akula ʻo ʻIsaʻaka ma ke kula e noʻonoʻo ai i ka wā ahiahi: ʻalawa aʻela kona mau maka i luna, aia hoʻi nā kāmelo e hoʻi mai ana.He went out to the field one evening to meditate, and as he looked up, he saw camels approaching.
Kin 29:23A ahiahi ihola, lālau akula ia i kāna kaikamahine iā Lea, a lawe maila iā ia i o Iakoba lā, a komo akula ia i ona lā.But when evening came, he took his daughter Leah and brought her to Jacob, and Jacob made love to her.
Kin 30:16I ke ahiahi, hoʻi maila ʻo Iakoba mai ke kula mai, a hele akula ʻo Lea e hālāwai me ia, ʻī akula, E komo mai ʻoe i oʻu nei; no ka mea, he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, ua hoʻolimalima au iā ʻoe me nā dudaima a kaʻu keiki. A moe pū ihola ʻo ia me ia ia pō.So when Jacob came in from the fields that evening, Leah went out to meet him. “You must sleep with me,” she said. “I have hired you with my son’s mandrakes.” So he slept with her that night.
Kin 49:27E haehae ʻo Beniamina me he ʻīlio hae lā, i ke kakahiaka e ʻai iho ia i ke pio, a i ke ahiahi e puʻunaue ia i ka waiwai pio.“Benjamin is a ravenous wolf; in the morning he devours the prey, in the evening he divides the plunder.”
Puk 12:6Na ʻoukou ia e mālama a hiki i ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o ia malama; a na ke anaina kanaka a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela e pepehi iho ia i ke ahiahi.Take care of them until the fourteenth day of the month, when all the members of the community of Israel must slaughter them at twilight.
Puk 12:18I ka malama maka mua, i ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o ka malama, i ke ahiahi, a laila e ʻai ʻoukou i ka berena hū ʻole, a hiki i ke ahiahi o ka lā iwakāluakumamākahi o ua malama lā.In the first month you are to eat bread made without yeast, from the evening of the fourteenth day until the evening of the twenty-first day.
Puk 16:6ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Mose lāua ʻo ʻAʻarona i nā mamo a pau a ʻIseraʻela, A ahiahi, a laila ʻoukou e ʻike, na Iēhova nō ʻoukou i lawe mai nei, mai ka ʻāina mai o ʻAigupita:So Moses and Aaron said to all the Israelites, “In the evening you will know that it was the Lord who brought you out of Egypt,
Puk 16:8ʻĪ maila ʻo Mose, E hāʻawi mai ana ʻo Iēhova i ke ahiahi, i iʻa na ʻoukou e ʻai ai, a kakahiaka i ʻai e māʻona ai; no ka mea, ua lohe mai ʻo Iēhova i ka ʻōhumu ʻana a ʻoukou i ʻōhumu aku ai iā ia: He aha hoʻi ʻo māua? ʻAʻole no māua kā ʻoukou ʻōhumu ʻana, akā, no Iēhova.Moses also said, “You will know that it was the Lord when he gives you meat to eat in the evening and all the bread you want in the morning, because he has heard your grumbling against him. Who are we? You are not grumbling against us, but against the Lord.”
Puk 16:12Ua lohe au i nā ʻōhumu ʻana a nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela: E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe iā lākou, e ʻī aku, A ahiahi, e ʻai ana ʻoukou i ka iʻa, a kakahiaka aʻe, e māʻona ʻoukou i ka ʻai: a e ʻike auaneʻi ʻoukou, ʻo wau nō Iēhova, ko ʻoukou Akua.“I have heard the grumbling of the Israelites. Tell them, ‘At twilight you will eat meat, and in the morning you will be filled with bread. Then you will know that I am the Lord your God.’”
Puk 16:13A i ke ahiahi, hiki maila nā sēlū, a uhi maila ma kahi a lākou i hoʻomoana ai: a kakahiaka aʻe, ahu ihola ka hau, a puni nā kahua.That evening quail came and covered the camp, and in the morning there was a layer of dew around the camp.
Puk 18:13A ia lā hope iho, noho ihola ʻo Mose e hoʻoponopono i nā kānaka; a kū maila nā kānaka i mua o Mose, mai ke kakahiaka a ahiahi.The next day Moses took his seat to serve as judge for the people, and they stood around him from morning till evening.
Puk 18:14A ʻike ka makuahōnōwai kāne o Mose i nā mea a pau āna i hana ai i kānaka; a laila, ʻōlelo aʻela ia, He aha kēia mea āu e hana nei i kānaka? No ke aha lā e noho ʻoe, ʻo ʻoe wale nō, a kū maila nā kānaka a pau i mua ou, mai ke kakahiaka mai a ahiahi?When his father-in-law saw all that Moses was doing for the people, he said, “What is this you are doing for the people? Why do you alone sit as judge, while all these people stand around you from morning till evening?”
Puk 27:21Ma ka halelewa o ka ʻaha kanaka, ma waho o ka pākū, i mua o ka pahu kānāwai, na ʻAʻarona a me kāna mau keiki ia e hoʻoponopono, mai ke ahiahi a kakahiaka i mua o Iēhova. He kānāwai mau loa ia no ko lākou hanauna no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela.In the tent of meeting, outside the curtain that shields the ark of the covenant law, Aaron and his sons are to keep the lamps burning before the Lord from evening till morning. This is to be a lasting ordinance among the Israelites for the generations to come.
Puk 29:39E kaumaha ʻoe i hoʻokahi keiki hipa i ke kakahiaka, a ʻo kekahi keiki hipa kāu e kaumaha ai i ke ahiahi.Offer one in the morning and the other at twilight.
Puk 29:41E kaumaha hoʻi ʻoe i kekahi keiki hipa i ke ahiahi, a e hana aku hoʻi ia mea, e like me ka mōhai makana o ke kakahiaka, a e like hoʻi me kona mōhai inu, i mea ʻala, he mōhai ahi hoʻi ia no Iēhova.Sacrifice the other lamb at twilight with the same grain offering and its drink offering as in the morning — a pleasing aroma, a food offering presented to the Lord.
Puk 30:8A i ka wā e hoʻā ai ʻo ʻAʻarona i nā kukui i ke ahiahi, e puhi nō ʻo ia i ka mea ʻala ma luna o laila, he mea ʻala hoʻomau no ko ʻoukou mau hanauna a pau.He must burn incense again when he lights the lamps at twilight so incense will burn regularly before the Lord for the generations to come.
ʻOihk 6:20Eia ka mōhai a ʻAʻarona a me kāna mau keiki, a lākou e mōhai aku ai iā Iēhova i ka lā i poni ʻia ai ʻo ia, ʻo ka hapaʻumi o ka ʻepa palaoa wali, e mōhai mau ai, ʻo ka hapalua ona i ke kakahiaka, a ʻo ka hapalua ona i ke ahiahi.“This is the offering Aaron and his sons are to bring to the Lord on the day he is anointed: a tenth of an ephah of the finest flour as a regular grain offering, half of it in the morning and half in the evening.
ʻOihk 11:24A no ia mau mea e haumia ai ʻoukou; ʻo ka mea i pā aku i ko lākou kupapaʻu e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘You will make yourselves unclean by these; whoever touches their carcasses will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 11:25A ʻo ka mea e hali i kauwahi o ke kupapaʻu o lākou, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e haumia hoʻi ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Whoever picks up one of their carcasses must wash their clothes, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 11:27ʻO ka mea hele ma kona mau kapuaʻi manamana, ʻo ko nā holoholona a pau e hele ana ma nā hā, he haumia ia iā ʻoukou; a ʻo ka mea i pā i ko lākou kupapaʻu e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Of all the animals that walk on all fours, those that walk on their paws are unclean for you; whoever touches their carcasses will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 11:28A ʻo ka mea nāna e hali i ko lākou kupapaʻu, e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a e haumia a hiki i ke ahiahi, he mau mea haumia iā ʻoukou.Anyone who picks up their carcasses must wash their clothes, and they will be unclean till evening. These animals are unclean for you.
ʻOihk 11:31He mau mea haumia ia iā ʻoukou i waena o nā mea a pau e kolo ana; ʻo ka mea e pā ia mau mea ma hope o ko lākou make ʻana, e haumia nō ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Of all those that move along the ground, these are unclean for you. Whoever touches them when they are dead will be unclean till evening.
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 11:39A inā e make ka holoholona he pono ke ʻai ʻia e ʻoukou, ʻo ka mea i pā i kona kupapaʻu, e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘If an animal that you are allowed to eat dies, anyone who touches its carcass will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 11:40A ʻo ka mea i ʻai i kona kupapaʻu, e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a haumia hoʻi ia a hiki i ke ahiahi: a ʻo ka mea hali i kona kupapaʻu, e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anyone who eats some of its carcass must wash their clothes, and they will be unclean till evening. Anyone who picks up the carcass must wash their clothes, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 14:46ʻO ka mea hoʻi i hele aʻe i loko o ka hale i kona wā a pau i papani ʻia ai, e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“Anyone who goes into the house while it is closed up will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:5A ʻo ka mea i pā i kona moe, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anyone who touches his bed must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:6ʻO ka mea e noho ma ka mea a ka mea hilo i noho ai, e ʻauʻau ʻo ia i ka wai, a e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Whoever sits on anything that the man with a discharge sat on must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:7A ʻo ka mea i pā i ka ʻiʻo o ka mea hilo, e holoi ʻo ia i kona kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘Whoever touches the man who has a discharge must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:8A inā e kuha ka mea hilo ma luna o ka mea maʻemaʻe; a laila e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘If the man with the discharge spits on anyone who is clean, they must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:10A ʻo ka mea i pā i kekahi mea ma lalo ona, e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi; a ʻo ka mea e hali i kauwahi o ia mau mea, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau hoʻi i ka wai, a e haumia nō a hiki i ke ahiahi.and whoever touches any of the things that were under him will be unclean till evening; whoever picks up those things must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:11A ʻo ka mea a ka mea hilo e hoʻopā aku ai, ʻaʻole hoʻi i holoi kona lima i ka wai, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘Anyone the man with a discharge touches without rinsing his hands with water must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:16A inā e puka aku ka ʻanoʻano o ke kanaka mai loko aku ona, a laila e holoi ʻo ia i kona kino ʻokoʻa i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘When a man has an emission of semen, he must bathe his whole body with water, and he will be unclean till evening.
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 15:18A ʻo ka wahine hoʻi a ke kanaka i moe aku ai, me ka ʻanoʻano, e ʻauʻau nō lāua i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.When a man has sexual relations with a woman and there is an emission of semen, both of them must bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:19A inā he maʻi kahe ko ka wahine, a he koko ka mea kahe o kona ʻiʻo, e hoʻokaʻawale ʻia aʻe ʻo ia i nā lā ʻehiku; a ʻo ka mea i hoʻopā iā ia, e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘When a woman has her regular flow of blood, the impurity of her monthly period will last seven days, and anyone who touches her will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:21ʻO ka mea i pā i kona wahi moe, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anyone who touches her bed will be unclean; they must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:22ʻO ka mea hoʻi i pā i ka mea āna i noho ai ma luna iho, e holoi nō hoʻi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anyone who touches anything she sits on will be unclean; they must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:23Inā hoʻi he mea ma luna o ka moe, a ma luna o kahi āna i noho ai ma luna iho, aia pā aku ke kanaka ia, e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Whether it is the bed or anything she was sitting on, when anyone touches it, they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:27A ʻo ka mea i pā ia mau mea, e haumia nō ia, a e holoi i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anyone who touches them will be unclean; they must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 17:15A ʻo ke kanaka nāna e ʻai i ka mea make wale, a i ka mea paha i pepehi ʻia e nā holoholona, ʻo ka mea o ko ʻoukou ʻāina ponoʻī, a ʻo ka malihini paha, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, e ʻauʻau hoʻi i ka wai, a e haumia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘Anyone, whether native-born or foreigner, who eats anything found dead or torn by wild animals must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and they will be ceremonially unclean till evening; then they will be clean.
ʻOihk 22:6ʻO ke kanaka i pā aku i kekahi o ia mau mea, e haumia nō ia a hiki i ke ahiahi, ʻaʻole ia e ʻai i nā mea hoʻāno, ke holoi ʻole ʻo ia i kona ʻiʻo i ka wai.The one who touches any such thing will be unclean till evening. He must not eat any of the sacred offerings unless he has bathed himself with water.
ʻOihk 23:5I ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o ka malama mua, i ke ahiahi, i laila ka mōliaola a Iēhova.The Lord’s Passover begins at twilight on the fourteenth day of the first month.
ʻOihk 23:32E lilo ia i Sābati e hoʻomaha ai, a e hoʻokaumaha ʻoukou i ko ʻoukou mau ʻuhane; i ka iwa o ka lā o ka malama, i ke ahiahi, mai ke ahiahi a hiki i ke ahiahi, e mālama ai ʻoukou i ko ʻoukou Sābati.It is a day of sabbath rest for you, and you must deny yourselves. From the evening of the ninth day of the month until the following evening you are to observe your sabbath.”
ʻOihk 24:3Ma waho o ka pākū o ka mea hōʻike, i loko o ka halelewa o ke anaina, e hoʻoponopono mau ai ʻo ʻAʻarona ia mai ke ahiahi a kakahiaka ma ke alo o Iēhova; he kānāwai mau ia i ko ʻoukou mau hanauna.Outside the curtain that shields the ark of the covenant law in the tent of meeting, Aaron is to tend the lamps before the Lord from evening till morning, continually. This is to be a lasting ordinance for the generations to come.
Nāh 9:3I ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o kēia malama, i ke ahiahi, e mālama ʻoukou ia i kona manawa i kauoha ʻia ai: e like me nā kānāwai a pau nona, a e like hoʻi me nā ʻoihana a pau nāna, kā ʻoukou e mālama ai ia.Celebrate it at the appointed time, at twilight on the fourteenth day of this month, in accordance with all its rules and regulations.”
Nāh 9:5A mālama nō lākou i ka mōliaola i ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o ka malama mua, i ke ahiahi, ma ka wao nahele ʻo Sinai: e like me nā mea a pau a Iēhova i kauoha mai ai iā Mose, pēlā nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i hana ai.and they did so in the Desert of Sinai at twilight on the fourteenth day of the first month. The Israelites did everything just as the Lord commanded Moses.
Nāh 9:11I ka lā ʻumikumamāhā, ʻo ka lua o ka malama, i ke ahiahi, e mālama lākou ia mea, e ʻai hoʻi lākou ia me ka berena hū ʻole, a me nā lau mulea.but they are to do it on the fourteenth day of the second month at twilight. They are to eat the lamb, together with unleavened bread and bitter herbs.
Nāh 9:15I ka lā i kūkulu ʻia ai ka halelewa, uhi ihola ke ao ma luna o ka halelewa, ma ke keʻena o ke kānāwai; a ahiahi, ua ʻikea ka mea me he ahi lā ma luna o ka halelewa a hiki i kakahiaka.On the day the tabernacle, the tent of the covenant law, was set up, the cloud covered it. From evening till morning the cloud above the tabernacle looked like fire.
Nāh 9:21A i ka wā i noho ai ke ao mai ke ahiahi a hiki i kakahiaka, a piʻi aʻela ke ao i kakahiaka, a laila, haele lākou: inā ma ke ao paha; ma ka pō paha i piʻi aʻe ke ao, haele nō lākou.Sometimes the cloud stayed only from evening till morning, and when it lifted in the morning, they set out. Whether by day or by night, whenever the cloud lifted, they set out.
Nāh 19:7A laila e holoi ke kahuna i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau i kona kino i ka wai, a ma hope iho e hele mai ia i loko o kahi hoʻomoana, a e haumia ke kahuna a hiki i ke ahiahi.After that, the priest must wash his clothes and bathe himself with water. He may then come into the camp, but he will be ceremonially unclean till evening.
Nāh 19:8A ʻo ka mea nāna e puhi aku ia, e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa i ka wai, a e ʻauʻau ia i kona kino i ka wai, a e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.The man who burns it must also wash his clothes and bathe with water, and he too will be unclean till evening.
Nāh 19:10A ʻo ka mea nāna e hōʻiliʻili i ka lehu o ka bipi wahine, e holoi ia i kona mau kapa, a e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi: a e lilo ia no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, a no ke kanaka ʻē e noho pū ana me lākou, i kānāwai mau loa.The man who gathers up the ashes of the heifer must also wash his clothes, and he too will be unclean till evening. This will be a lasting ordinance both for the Israelites and for the foreigners residing among them.
Nāh 19:19E kāpīpī ka mea maʻemaʻe i ka mea haumia i ke kolu o ka lā, a i ka hiku o ka lā: a i ka hiku o ka lā, e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻo ia iā ia iho, a e holoi ʻo ia i kona mau kapa, a e ʻauʻau ia i ka wai, a i ke ahiahi e huikala ia.The man who is clean is to sprinkle those who are unclean on the third and seventh days, and on the seventh day he is to purify them. Those who are being cleansed must wash their clothes and bathe with water, and that evening they will be clean.
Nāh 19:21A e lilo ia i kānāwai mau loa no lākou; ʻo ka mea nāna e kāpīpī i ka wai huikala, e holoi ia i kona mau kapa; ʻo ka mea hoʻi nāna e hoʻopā aku i ka wai huikala, e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.This is a lasting ordinance for them. “The man who sprinkles the water of cleansing must also wash his clothes, and anyone who touches the water of cleansing will be unclean till evening.
Nāh 19:22ʻO kēlā mea kēia mea a ka mea haumia e hoʻopā aku ai, e haumia hoʻi ia mea: a ʻo ke kanaka nāna e hoʻopā aku, e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.Anything that an unclean person touches becomes unclean, and anyone who touches it becomes unclean till evening.”
Nāh 28:4E kaumaha ʻoe i kekahi keiki hipa i kakahiaka, a ʻo kekahi keiki hipa kāu e kaumaha ai i ke ahiahi.Offer one lamb in the morning and the other at twilight,
Nāh 28:8A e kaumaha iho ʻoe i kēlā keiki hipa i ke ahiahi: e like me ka mōhai ʻai o kakahiaka, a me ka mōhai inu o laila, kāu e kaumaha iho ai, he mōhai i kuni ʻia i ke ahi, i mea ʻala ʻoluʻolu no Iēhova.Offer the second lamb at twilight, along with the same kind of grain offering and drink offering that you offer in the morning. This is a food offering, an aroma pleasing to the Lord.
Kānl 16:4I nā lā ʻehiku ʻaʻole e ʻike ʻia ka berena hū me ʻoe ma kou mau wahi a pau; ʻaʻole e waiho ʻoe a ao ka pō i kekahi ʻiʻo o ka mea āu i kālua ai i ka lā mua i ke ahiahi.Let no yeast be found in your possession in all your land for seven days. Do not let any of the meat you sacrifice on the evening of the first day remain until morning.
Kānl 16:6Akā, ma kahi a Iēhova kou Akua i wae ai e hoʻopaʻa i kona inoa, ma laila ʻoe e pepehi ai i ka mōliaola i ke ahiahi, i ka napoʻo ʻana o ka lā, i ka manawa āu i puka aʻe mai ʻAigupita mai.except in the place he will choose as a dwelling for his Name. There you must sacrifice the Passover in the evening, when the sun goes down, on the anniversary of your departure from Egypt.
Kānl 23:11Aia i ka manawa e hiki mai ana ke ahiahi, e holoi iā ia iho i ka wai; a i ka napoʻo ʻana o ka lā, e hele mai ia i loko o kahi e hoʻomoana ai.But as evening approaches he is to wash himself, and at sunset he may return to the camp.
Kānl 28:67I kakahiaka e ʻōlelo iho ʻoe, Inā paha i hiki mai ke ahiahi! A i ke ahiahi e ʻōlelo iho ʻoe, Inā paha i hiki mai ke kakahiaka! No ka mea makaʻu a kou naʻau e makaʻu ai, a no ka mea ʻikea a kou maka e ʻike ai.In the morning you will say, “If only it were evening!” and in the evening, “If only it were morning!” — because of the terror that will fill your hearts and the sights that your eyes will see.
Ios 5:10Hoʻomoana nō nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela ma Gilegala, a mālama ihola lākou i ka mōliaola, i ka lā ʻumikumamāhā o ka malama, i ke ahiahi, ma nā wahi pāpū o Ieriko.On the evening of the fourteenth day of the month, while camped at Gilgal on the plains of Jericho, the Israelites celebrated the Passover.
Ios 7:6Haehae ihola ʻo Iosua i kona ʻaʻahu, moe ihola kona alo i lalo i ka lepo i mua o ka pahu o Iēhova, i ke ahiahi, ʻo ia, a me nā lunakahiko o ka ʻIseraʻela, kau aʻela i ka lepo ma luna o ko lākou poʻo iho.Then Joshua tore his clothes and fell facedown to the ground before the ark of the Lord, remaining there till evening. The elders of Israel did the same, and sprinkled dust on their heads.
Ios 8:29Kāʻawe nō hoʻi ia i ke aliʻi o ʻAi ma ka lāʻau a hiki i ke ahiahi; a napoʻo ka lā, kauoha aʻela ʻo Iosua e kuʻu i kona kupapaʻu mai luna mai o ka lāʻau, a e kiola ma ka ʻīpuka e komo aku ai i ke kūlanakauhale; a hoʻāhu ihola lākou i ahu pōhaku nui, a hiki mai i nēia lā.He impaled the body of the king of Ai on a pole and left it there until evening. At sunset, Joshua ordered them to take the body from the pole and throw it down at the entrance of the city gate. And they raised a large pile of rocks over it, which remains to this day.
Ios 10:26A ma hope iho, luku akula ʻo Iosua iā lākou a pepehi ihola, a kāʻawe aʻela ma nā lāʻau ʻelima; a e kaulia ana nō lākou ma nā lāʻau, a hiki i ke ahiahi.Then Joshua put the kings to death and exposed their bodies on five poles, and they were left hanging on the poles until evening.
Lunk 19:16Aia hoʻi i ke ahiahi, hele mai kekahi kanaka ʻelemakule, mai kāna hana, mai ke kula mai, he kanaka no ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima, a noho ihola ma Gibea. Akā, no Beniamina nā kānaka o ia wahi.That evening an old man from the hill country of Ephraim, who was living in Gibeah (the inhabitants of the place were Benjamites), came in from his work in the fields.
Lunk 20:23(Piʻi akula nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, a uē akula i mua o Iēhova, a ahiahi, nīnau akula iā Iēhova, ʻī akula, E piʻi hou anei au e kaua aku i nā keiki a Beniamina, a kuʻu kaikaina? ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova, E piʻi kūʻē iā ia.)The Israelites went up and wept before the Lord until evening, and they inquired of the Lord. They said, “Shall we go up again to fight against the Benjamites, our fellow Israelites?” The Lord answered, “Go up against them.”
Lunk 21:2Hele maila nā kānaka i ka hale o ke Akua, noho ihola ma laila a ahiahi i mua i ke alo o ke Akua, hoʻokiʻekiʻe aʻela i ko lākou leo, a uē nui ihola.The people went to Bethel, where they sat before God until evening, raising their voices and weeping bitterly.
Ruta 2:17Hōʻiliʻili ihola ʻo ia ma ka mahina ʻai, a ahiahi, a kākā akula i ka mea āna i hōʻiliʻili ai, hoʻokahi paha ʻepa hua bale.So Ruth gleaned in the field until evening. Then she threshed the barley she had gathered, and it amounted to about an ephah.
1-Sam 14:24A ua pilikia nā kānaka o ka ʻIseraʻela ia lā: no ka mea, ua hoʻohiki aku ʻo Saula i nā kānaka, ʻī akula, Pōʻino ke kanaka, ke ʻai ia i ka ʻai a hiki i ke ahiahi, i hoʻopaʻi aku ai au i koʻu poʻe ʻenemi. No laila, ʻaʻole i ʻai nā kānaka i ka ʻai.Now the men of Israel were in distress that day, because Saul had bound the people under an oath, saying, "Cursed be any man who eats food before evening comes, before I have avenged myself on my enemies!" So none of the troops tasted food.
1-Sam 17:16A hoʻokokoke mai nō ua kanaka Pilisetia lā i kakahiaka a me ke ahiahi, a hōʻike mai iā ia iho i nā lā he kanahā.For forty days the Philistine came forward every morning and evening and took his stand.
1-Sam 20:5ʻĪ maila ʻo Dāvida iā Ionatana, Aia hoʻi, ʻapōpō ka malama hou, a he pono iaʻu e noho pū me ke aliʻi i ka ʻahaʻaina: akā, e kuʻu mai ʻoe iaʻu, a hūnā au iaʻu iho ma ke kula, a hiki i ke ahiahi o ka pō ʻakolu.So David said, "Look, tomorrow is the New Moon festival, and I am supposed to dine with the king; but let me go and hide in the field until the evening of the day after tomorrow.
1-Sam 30:17A luku akula ʻo Dāvida iā lākou mai ka wanaʻao a hiki i ke ahiahi a ia lā aku; ʻaʻole i pakele kekahi kanaka o lākou, ʻehā haneri kānaka uʻi hoʻoholo kāmelo wale nō i pakele.David fought them from dusk until the evening of the next day, and none of them got away, except four hundred young men who rode off on camels and fled.
2-Sam 1:12Kanikau akula lākou me ka uē aku, a hoʻokē ʻai ihola lākou a hiki i ke ahiahi, no Saula a no Ionatana kāna keiki, a no ka poʻe kānaka o Iēhova, a no ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela; no ka mea, ua hāʻule lākou i ka pahi kaua.They mourned and wept and fasted till evening for Saul and his son Jonathan, and for the army of the LORD and the house of Israel, because they had fallen by the sword.
2-Sam 11:2A i ka manawa ahiahi ala aʻela ʻo Dāvida mai kona wahi moe, a holoholo aʻela ma luna o ka hale o ke aliʻi: nānā akula ia mai luna aʻe o ka hale i kekahi wahine e ʻauʻau ana: a he maikaʻi loa ua wahine lā ke nānā ʻia aku.One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of the palace. From the roof he saw a woman bathing. The woman was very beautiful,
2-Sam 11:13Kāhea akula ʻo Dāvida iā ia, a ʻai ihola ia a inu hoʻi i mua ona; hoʻīnu ihola ʻo Dāvida iā ia a ʻona: a ahiahi aʻela, hele akula ia i waho e moe ma kona wahi moe me nā kauā o kona haku, ʻaʻole naʻe ia i hele i kona hale.At David's invitation, he ate and drank with him, and David made him drunk. But in the evening Uriah went out to sleep on his mat among his master's servants; he did not go home.
1-Nāal 17:6A lawe mai nā manu koraka i ka berena a me ka ʻiʻo iā ia i kakahiaka, a i ka berena a me ka ʻiʻo i ke ahiahi; a inu aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia i ko ke kahawai.The ravens brought him bread and meat in the morning and bread and meat in the evening, and he drank from the brook.
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.
1-Nāal 18:36Eia hoʻi kekahi, i ka wā i kaumaha ai i ka mōhai ahiahi, hoʻokokoke aʻela ʻo ʻElia ke kāula, ʻī akula hoʻi, E Iēhova ke Akua o ʻAberahama, a me ʻIsaʻaka, a me ʻIseraʻela, i kēia lā e hōʻike ʻia ai ʻo ʻoe nō ke Akua i loko o ka ʻIseraʻela, a ʻo wau nei kāu kauā, a no kāu ʻōlelo i hana aku ai au i kēia mau mea a pau.At the time of sacrifice, the prophet Elijah stepped forward and prayed: "O LORD, God of Abraham, Isaac and Israel, let it be known today that you are God in Israel and that I am your servant and have done all these things at your command.
1-Nāal 22:35A māhuahua aʻe ke kaua ia lā, a ua paipai ʻia aʻe ke aliʻi i loko o kona kaʻa e kūʻē ana i ko Suria, a i ke ahiahi, make ihola ia: a kahe ihola ke koko mai loko iho o ka ʻeha a waenakonu o ke kaʻa.All day long the battle raged, and the king was propped up in his chariot facing the Arameans. The blood from his wound ran onto the floor of the chariot, and that evening he died.
2-Nāal 16:15A kauoha akula ʻo ʻAhaza ke aliʻi iā ʻUriia ke kahuna, ʻī akula, Ma luna o ke kuahu nui e puhi aku i ka mōhai kuni kakahiaka, a me ka mōhai ʻai o ke ahiahi, a me ka mōhai kuni a ke aliʻi, a me kāna mōhai ʻai, me ka mōhai kuni a nā kānaka a pau o ka ʻāina, a me kā lākou mōhai ʻai, a me kā lākou mōhai inu; a e kāpīpī ma luna ona i ke koko a pau o ka mōhai kuni, a me ke koko a pau o ka mōhai: a noʻu ke kuahu keleawe e nīnau aku ai.King Ahaz then gave these orders to Uriah the priest: "On the large new altar, offer the morning burnt offering and the evening grain offering, the king's burnt offering and his grain offering, and the burnt offering of all the people of the land, and their grain offering and their drink offering. Sprinkle on the altar all the blood of the burnt offerings and sacrifices. But I will use the bronze altar for seeking guidance."
1-ʻOihn 16:40E mōhai mau aku ai i nā mōhai kuni iā Iēhova ma luna o ke kuahu, i kakahiaka, a i ke ahiahi, e like me ka mea a pau i kākau ʻia ma ke kānāwai o Iēhova, āna i kauoha mai ai i ka ʻIseraʻela:to present burnt offerings to the LORD on the altar of burnt offering regularly, morning and evening, in accordance with everything written in the Law of the LORD, which he had given Israel.
1-ʻOihn 23:30A no ke kūpono i nā kakahiaka a pau, e hoʻoaloha a e hoʻoleʻa aku iā Iēhova; a pēlā hoʻi i nā ahiahi;They were also to stand every morning to thank and praise the LORD. They were to do the same in the evening
2-ʻOihn 2:4Aia hoʻi, e kūkulu ana au i hale no ka inoa ʻo Iēhova koʻu Akua, e hoʻolaʻa ia mea nona, e kuni aku i ka mea ʻala i mua ona, a no ka berena hōʻike, a me ka mōhai kuni i kakahiaka a i ke ahiahi, a i nā Sābati, a me nā mahina hou, a no nā ʻahaʻaina o Iēhova, ko mākou Akua. He mea mau kēia i ka ʻIseraʻela.Now I am about to build a temple for the Name of the LORD my God and to dedicate it to him for burning fragrant incense before him, for setting out the consecrated bread regularly, and for making burnt offerings every morning and evening and on Sabbaths and New Moons and at the appointed feasts of the LORD our God. This is a lasting ordinance for Israel.
2-ʻOihn 13:11Kukuni lākou i kēlā kakahiaka i kēia kakahiaka, i kēlā ahiahi i kēia ahiahi, i nā mōhai kuni na Iēhova, a me nā mea poni ʻala; a hoʻonoho lākou ma luna o ka papa ʻaina maʻemaʻe i ka berena hōʻike, a me ka ipukukui gula e ʻaʻā ana kona mau manamana i kēlā ahiahi kēia ahiahi; no ka mea, e mālama ana mākou i ka ʻoihana na Iēhova, ko mākou Akua, akā, ʻo ʻoukou lā, ua haʻalele iā ia.Every morning and evening they present burnt offerings and fragrant incense to the LORD. They set out the bread on the ceremonially clean table and light the lamps on the gold lampstand every evening. We are observing the requirements of the LORD our God. But you have forsaken him.
2-ʻOihn 18:34Māhuahua aʻela ke kaua ia lā; akā, noho ihola ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela i loko o kona hale kaʻa, e kūʻē i ko Suria, a ahiahi; a i ka napoʻo ʻana o ka lā, make ihola ia.All day long the battle raged, and the king of Israel propped himself up in his chariot facing the Arameans until evening. Then at sunset he died.
2-ʻOihn 31:3Hoʻomaopopo nō hoʻi ʻo ia i kauwahi no loko mai o ka waiwai a ke aliʻi, i mau mōhai kuni, i mau mōhai no ke kakahiaka, a me ke ahiahi; i mau mōhai no nā Sābati, a no nā mahina hou, a no nā ʻahaʻaina, e like me ka mea i kākau ʻia i loko o ke kānāwai o Iēhova.The king contributed from his own possessions for the morning and evening burnt offerings and for the burnt offerings on the Sabbaths, New Moons and appointed feasts as written in the Law of the LORD.
ʻEzera 3:3A kau akula lākou i ke kuahu ma luna o kona mau kahua, no ka mea, ua kau mai ka makaʻu ma luna o lākou no nā kānaka o nā ʻāina ʻē; a kaumaha aku ma luna ona i nā mōhai kuni iā Iēhova, i nā mōhai kuni no kakahiaka a no ke ahiahi.Despite their fear of the peoples around them, they built the altar on its foundation and sacrificed burnt offerings on it to the LORD, both the morning and evening sacrifices.
ʻEzera 9:4A laila hōʻuluʻulu ʻia aʻela i oʻu nei ka poʻe a pau i haʻalulu i nā ʻōlelo a ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, no ka hewa o ka poʻe i pio; a noho pilihua ihola au, a hiki i ka mōhai ahiahi.Then everyone who trembled at the words of the God of Israel gathered around me because of this unfaithfulness of the exiles. And I sat there appalled until the evening sacrifice.
ʻEzera 9:5A i ka mōhai ahiahi kū aʻela au mai kuʻu kaumaha ʻana, a haehae ihola i kuʻu lole komo, a me kuʻu ʻaʻahu, kukuli ihola au, a hohola akula i kuʻu mau lima iā Iēhova i koʻu Akua.Then, at the evening sacrifice, I rose from my self-abasement, with my tunic and cloak torn, and fell on my knees with my hands spread out to the LORD my God
ʻEset 2:14I ke ahiahi, komo akula ʻo ia i loko, a kakahiaka hoʻi maila, a i ka lua o ka hale o nā wāhine, ma ka lima o Saʻasegaza, ka luna o ke aliʻi nāna i mālama i nā haiā wahine; ʻaʻole ia i komo hou aku i ke aliʻi lā, ke ʻoliʻoli ʻole ke aliʻi iā ia, a hea ʻia aku hoʻi ia ma ka inoa.In the evening she would go there and in the morning return to another part of the harem to the care of Shaashgaz, the king's eunuch who was in charge of the concubines. She would not return to the king unless he was pleased with her and summoned her by name.
Ioba 4:20Ua luku ʻia lākou mai kakahiaka a ke ahiahi: Ua make loa lākou, ʻaʻohe mea nāna i manaʻo.Between dawn and dusk they are broken to pieces; unnoticed, they perish forever.
Ioba 24:15Ke kali aʻela ka maka o ka mea moekolohe i ke ahiahi pōʻeleʻele, ʻĪ ihola, ʻAʻole e ʻike mai ka maka iaʻu; A kau i ka pale ma ka maka.The eye of the adulterer watches for dusk; he thinks, 'No eye will see me,' and he keeps his face concealed.
Hal 55:17I ke ahiahi, i ke kakahiaka, i ke awakea, e pule aku ai au, A e kāhea nui aku au; a e hoʻolohe mai ʻo ia i koʻu leo.Evening, morning and noon I cry out in distress, and he hears my voice.
Hal 59:6Ua hoʻi mai lākou i ke ahiahi: Ua uō lākou me he ʻīlio lā; Ke kaʻapuni nei lākou i ke kūlanakauhale.They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.
Hal 59:14A i ke ahiahi e hoʻi mai ai lākou; A e uō lākou me he ʻīlio lā, A e kaʻapuni i ke kūlanakauhale.They return at evening, snarling like dogs, and prowl about the city.
Hal 65:8ʻO ka poʻe e noho ana ma kahi lōʻihi loa aku, ua makaʻu nō i kou mau hōʻailona: Ke hauʻoli mai nei ʻoe i nā puka ʻana o ke kakahiaka a me ke ahiahi.Those living far away fear your wonders; where morning dawns and evening fades you call forth songs of joy.
Hal 90:6Pua mai nō ia i ke kakahiaka a mohala iho, A i ke ahiahi ua ʻoki ʻia ia i lalo a mae wale ihola.though in the morning it springs up new, by evening it is dry and withered.
Hal 104:23Hele aku nō ke kanaka i kāna hana, A i kona hoʻoikaika hoʻi, a ahiahi.Then man goes out to his work, to his labor until evening.
Hal 141:2E hoʻolilo ʻia kaʻu pule i mōhai ʻala i mua ou; A ʻo ka hāpai ʻana hoʻi o koʻu mau lima i mōhai ahiahi.May my prayer be set before you like incense; may the lifting up of my hands be like the evening sacrifice.
Sol 7:9I ke ahiahi, i ka napoʻo ʻana o ka lā, I ke aumoe, i ka pōʻeleʻele;at twilight, as the day was fading, as the dark of night set in.
Kekah 11:6I ke kakahiaka, e lūlū ʻoe i kāu hua, a i ke ahiahi, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻomaha kou mau lima, no ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoe i ʻike i ka mea maikaʻi o lāua, ʻo kēlā paha, ʻo kēia paha, ua maikaʻi pū paha lāua.Sow your seed in the morning, and at evening let not your hands be idle, for you do not know which will succeed, whether this or that, or whether both will do equally well.
ʻIsaia 17:14I ke ahiahi, aia hoʻi he weliweli, A ma mua o ke kakahiaka, ʻaʻole lākou. ʻO ia ka hope o ka poʻe i hao i kā kākou, ʻO ka poʻe hoʻi i lawe wale i kā kākou.In the evening, sudden terror! Before the morning, they are gone! This is the portion of those who loot us, the lot of those who plunder us.
Ier 5:6No laila, na ka liona mai ka ulu lāʻau mai e luku iā lākou, a na ka ʻīlio hae o ke ahiahi e ʻānai iā lākou; a na ka leopadi e kiaʻi i ko lākou mau kūlanakauhale: ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea o lākou e puka aku i waho, e haehae ʻia nō; no ka mea, ua nui loa kā lākou hana hewa ʻana, a ua hoʻomāhuahua ʻia ko lākou hoʻi hope ʻana.Therefore a lion from the forest will attack them, a wolf from the desert will ravage them, a leopard will lie in wait near their towns to tear to pieces any who venture out, for their rebellion is great and their backslidings many.
Ier 6:4E hoʻomākaukau ʻoukou e kaua iā ia; e kū mai, e piʻi kūʻē kākou iā ia i ke awakea. Auē kākou! No ka mea, e pau ana ka lā; ua hohola aʻe ka mōlehulehu o ke ahiahi."Prepare for battle against her! Arise, let us attack at noon! But, alas, the daylight is fading, and the shadows of evening grow long.
Ier 6:28He poʻe hoʻi hope ʻino lākou a pau, e hele pū ana me ka poʻe ahiahi; he keleawe lākou, a he hao hoʻi; he poʻe hoʻohaumia lākou a pau.They are all hardened rebels, going about to slander. They are bronze and iron; they all act corruptly.
Ier 9:4E makaʻala kēlā mea kēia mea i kona hoalauna, mai hilinaʻi hoʻi i kekahi hoahānau; no ka mea, e wahaheʻe loa nō kēlā hoahānau, kēia hoahānau; a hele ahiahi nō nā hoalauna a pau."Beware of your friends; do not trust your brothers. For every brother is a deceiver, and every friend a slanderer.
ʻEzek 12:4A laila ʻoe e lawe aʻe i waho i kou ukana ma ka lā nō, i mua o ko lākou mau maka, me he ukana lā no ka hele ʻana: a e hele aku i ke ahiahi i mua o ko lākou mau maka, me he hele ʻana lā i ke pio ʻana.During the daytime, while they watch, bring out your belongings packed for exile. Then in the evening, while they are watching, go out like those who go into exile.
ʻEzek 12:7A hana ihola au e like me aʻu i kauoha ʻia mai ai; ua lawe aʻe au i kuʻu ukana i ka lā me he ukana lā no ke pio ʻana, a i ke ahiahi pao aʻela au i loko o ka pā me ka lima oʻu; hali aʻela au i waho i ka pōwehiwehi, a amo hoʻi au ma luna o ka pohiwi i mua o ko lākou mau maka.So I did as I was commanded. During the day I brought out my things packed for exile. Then in the evening I dug through the wall with my hands. I took my belongings out at dusk, carrying them on my shoulders while they watched.
ʻEzek 24:18Pēlā, i ʻōlelo aku ai au i kānaka i kakahiaka; a i ke ahiahi, make iho kaʻu wahine: a hana aku au i kakahiaka aʻe e like me ka mea i kauoha ʻia mai iaʻu.So I spoke to the people in the morning, and in the evening my wife died. The next morning I did as I had been commanded.
ʻEzek 33:22A ua kau mai ka lima o Iēhova ma luna oʻu i ke ahiahi ma mua o ka hiki ʻana mai i oʻu nei o ka mea i pakele; a ua wehe mai i kuʻu waha, a hiki mai ia i ke kakahiaka; a ua wehe ʻia kuʻu waha, ʻaʻole au i leo paʻa hou aku.Now the evening before the man arrived, the hand of the LORD was upon me, and he opened my mouth before the man came to me in the morning. So my mouth was opened and I was no longer silent.
ʻEzek 46:2A e komo nō ka mōʻī ma ke ala o ka lānai o ka puka ma waho, a e kū nō ʻo ia ma ka lāʻau kū o ka puka, a e hoʻomākaukau ke kahuna i kāna mōhai kuni, a me kāna mau mōhai hoʻomalu, a e hoʻomana nō ʻo ia ma ka paepae o ka puka: a laila e hele aku nō ia: akā, ʻaʻole e pani ʻē ʻia ka puka a hiki i ke ahiahi.The prince is to enter from the outside through the portico of the gateway and stand by the gatepost. The priests are to sacrifice his burnt offering and his fellowship offerings. He is to worship at the threshold of the gateway and then go out, but the gate will not be shut until evening.
Dan 8:26A ʻo ka hihiʻo no ke ahiahi a me ke kakahiaka, ka mea i haʻi ʻia mai, he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō ia; no ia mea, e pani ʻoe i ua hihiʻo lā; no ka mea, no nā lā he nui loa ia."The vision of the evenings and mornings that has been given you is true, but seal up the vision, for it concerns the distant future."
Dan 9:21ʻOiaʻiʻo, i kaʻu ʻōlelo ʻana ma ka pule, ʻo ke kanaka ʻo Gaberiʻela, ka mea aʻu i ʻike ai ma mua ma ka hihiʻo, ua hoʻoholo māmā ʻia mai ʻo ia, a hoʻopā mai iaʻu i ka manawa o ka mōhai ahiahi:while I was still in prayer, Gabriel, the man I had seen in the earlier vision, came to me in swift flight about the time of the evening sacrifice.
Hab 1:8Ua ʻoi ka māmā o kona poʻe lio ma mua o ka leopade, A ua ʻoi ko lākou māmā ma mua o nā ʻīlio hae i ke ahiahi; Holo haʻaheo kona poʻe holo lio, E hele mai kona poʻe hoʻoholo lio mai kahi lōʻihi mai; E lele lākou me he ʻaeto lā, e lalelale ana e ʻai.Their horses are swifter than leopards, fiercer than wolves at dusk. Their cavalry gallops headlong; their horsemen come from afar. They fly like a vulture swooping to devour;
Zep 2:7A e lilo ua ʻāina lā no ke koena o ka ʻohana a Iuda; E ʻai auaneʻi lākou i loko o laila: A i ke ahiahi, e moe lākou i loko o nā hale o ʻAsekelona; No ka mea, e ʻike mai auaneʻi ʻo Iēhova ko lākou Akua iā lākou, A e hoʻihoʻi mai i ko lākou poʻe pio.It will belong to the remnant of the house of Judah; there they will find pasture. In the evening they will lie down in the houses of Ashkelon. The LORD their God will care for them; he will restore their fortunes.
Zep 3:3ʻO nā aliʻi i loko ona, he poʻe liona uō lākou; ʻO nā luna kānāwai ona, he poʻe ʻīlio hae o ke ahiahi; ʻAʻole lākou e hoʻokoe a hiki i ke kakahiaka.Her officials are roaring lions, her rulers are evening wolves, who leave nothing for the morning.
Zek 14:7Hoʻokahi nō ia lā, E ʻikea auaneʻi ia e Iēhova, ʻaʻohe ao, ʻaʻohe pō; A i ka wā ahiahi e mālamalama auaneʻi ia.It will be a unique day, without daytime or nighttime--a day known to the LORD. When evening comes, there will be light.

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