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hau

1. placename. street, Kalihi Kai, Honolulu. TM. lit.: Hibiscus tiliaceus.
2. n. a lowland tree (Hibiscus tiliaceus), found in many warm countries, some spreading horizontally over the ground forming impenetrable thickets, and some trained on trellises. The leaves are rounded and heart-shaped, the flowers cup-shaped, with five large petals that change through the day from yellow to dull-red. Formerly the light, tough wood served for outriggers of canoes, the bast for rope, the sap and flowers for medicine. (Neal 559–60). Of the two varieties of hau, a rare erect one (hau oheohe) was grown for its bast and a creeping one (hau) was planted for wind-breaks. (HP 196)
3. nvs. cool, iced; ice, frost, dew, snow; a cool breeze; to blow, of a cool breeze.
4. to hit, smite, beat, tap.
5. to lay before; to offer, as a sacrifice or prayer.
6. n. a soft porous stone, as used for polishing calabashes.
7. n. mother-of-pearl shell.

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Mat 8:28A hiki akula ia i kēlā kapa, i ka ʻāina o ko Gadara, hālāwai maila me ia ʻelua kānaka i uluhia e nā daimonio, i hōʻea mai, mai nā hale kupapaʻu mai, ua nui loa ke kū o ka hau, ʻaʻohe kanaka i ʻaʻa aku e māʻalo ma ia wahi.When he arrived at the other side in the region of the Gadarenes, two demon-possessed men coming from the tombs met him. They were so violent that no one could pass that way.
Mat 28:3Ua like kona helehelena me ka uila, a ua huali kona kapa e like me ka hau;His appearance was like lightning, and his clothes were white as snow.
Mar 9:3ʻAlohi aʻela kona kapa, a keʻokeʻo loa e like me ka hau; ʻaʻole e hiki i kānaka hoʻomaʻemaʻe lole ma luna o ka honua ke hoʻokeʻokeʻo pēlā.His clothes became dazzling white, whiter than anyone in the world could bleach them.
Hōʻik 1:14A ʻo kona poʻo a me kona oho, ua keʻokeʻo e like me ka hulu hipa keʻokeʻo, me he hau lā; a ʻo kona mau maka, ua like me ka lapalapa o ke ahi;His head and hair were white like wool, as white as snow, and his eyes were like blazing fire.
Kin 27:28E hāʻawi mai ke Akua iā ʻoe i ka hau no ka lani mai, me ka momona o ka honua, a me ka palaoa a me ka waina he nui:May God give you heaven’s dew and earth’s richness — an abundance of grain and new wine.
Kin 27:39ʻŌlelo maila ʻo ʻIsaʻaka, kona makua kāne, ʻī maila iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ma ka ʻāina momona kou noho ʻana, a ma kahi o ka hau o ka lani mai luna iho.His father Isaac answered him, “Your dwelling will be away from the earth’s richness, away from the dew of heaven above.
Puk 4:6ʻŌlelo hou maila ʻo Iēhova iā ia, E hoʻoholo ʻoe i kou lima ma kou umauma iho. Hoʻoholo aʻela ia i kona lima ma kona umauma, a i kona unuhi ʻana mai, aia hoʻi, ua lēpera ia e like me ka hau.Then the Lord said, “Put your hand inside your cloak.” So Moses put his hand into his cloak, and when he took it out, the skin was leprous — it had become as white as snow.
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 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.
Nāh 11:9Aia hāʻule iho ka hau ma luna o kahi hoʻomoana i ka pō, hāʻule pū nō hoʻi ka mane me ia.When the dew settled on the camp at night, the manna also came down.
Nāh 12:10A hoʻi hou akula ke ao ma luna aku o ka halelewa; aia hoʻi, ua lēpera ʻo Miriama me he hau lā: nānā akula ʻo ʻAʻarona iā Miriama, aia hoʻi, ua lēpera ia.When the cloud lifted from above the tent, Miriam’s skin was leprous — it became as white as snow. Aaron turned toward her and saw that she had a defiling skin disease,
Kānl 32:2E hāʻule iho kuʻu aʻo ʻana e like me ka ua, E heleleʻi iho kaʻu ʻōlelo e like me ka hau; Me ka ua liʻiliʻi hoʻi ma luna o ka lau nahele hou, A me ka ua nui ma luna o ka weuweu;Let my teaching fall like rain and my words descend like dew, like showers on new grass, like abundant rain on tender plants.
Kānl 33:13ʻĪ akula ia no Iosepa, E hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia kona ʻāina e Iēhova, No nā mea maikaʻi o ka lani, no ka hau, A no nā mea e waiho ana ma lalo i ka honua,About Joseph he said: “May the Lord bless his land with the precious dew from heaven above and with the deep waters that lie below;
Kānl 33:28A e noho maluhia wale nō ʻo ka ʻIseraʻela: ʻO ka luawai o Iakoba ma ka ʻāina palaoa a me ka waina; A e hoʻoheleleʻi iho kona lani i ka hau;So Israel will live in safety; Jacob will dwell secure in a land of grain and new wine, where the heavens drop dew.
Lunk 6:37E hāliʻi au i huluhulu ma kahi e hehi ai i ka palaoa; a inā he hau ma ka huluhulu wale nō, a e maloʻo ka honua ʻē a pau, a laila, e ʻike pono au, e hoʻōla nō ʻoe i ka ʻIseraʻela ma koʻu lima, e like me kāu i ʻōlelo mai ai.look, I will place a wool fleece on the threshing floor. If there is dew only on the fleece and all the ground is dry, then I will know that you will save Israel by my hand, as you said.”
Lunk 6:38Eia hoʻi, i kona ala ʻana i kakahiaka aʻe, kaomi ihola ʻo ia i ka huluhulu, a ʻuī aʻela i ke hau o ka huluhulu, a piha ka bola i ka wai.And that is what happened. Gideon rose early the next day; he squeezed the fleece and wrung out the dew — a bowlful of water.
Lunk 6:39ʻĪ akula ʻo Gideona i ke Akua, Mai wela mai kou huhū iaʻu, a e ʻōlelo aku au i kēia wale nō; e ʻae mai ʻoe iaʻu i hoʻokahi oʻu hoʻāʻo hou ʻana me ka huluhulu. Ke nonoi aku nei au iā ʻoe, i maloʻo ma ka huluhulu wale nō, a i hau hoʻi ma ka honua a pau.Then Gideon said to God, “Do not be angry with me. Let me make just one more request. Allow me one more test with the fleece, but this time make the fleece dry and let the ground be covered with dew.”
Lunk 6:40Ia pō, hana mai ke Akua pēlā: ua maloʻo ma ka huluhulu wale nō, he hau nō ma ka honua a pau.That night God did so. Only the fleece was dry; all the ground was covered with dew.
2-Sam 1:21E nā puʻu ʻo Gileboa, ʻaʻole make hau, ʻAʻole hoʻi he ua ma luna iho o ʻoukou; ʻAʻole hoʻi nā mahina ʻai o nā hua mua: I laila kahi i hoʻolei ʻia aku ai ka pale kaua o ka mea ikaika, Ka pale kaua o Saula i poni ʻole ʻia i ka ʻaila."O mountains of Gilboa, may you have neither dew nor rain, nor fields that yield offerings . For there the shield of the mighty was defiled, the shield of Saul--no longer rubbed with oil.
2-Sam 17:12Pēlā kākou e hiki aku ai i ona lā i kahi e loaʻa aku ai iā ia, a e kau aku kākou ma luna ona, e like me ka hau e kau mai ma luna o ka honua: a ʻo ia, a ʻo ka poʻe a pau me ia, ʻaʻole loa e koe kekahi o lākou.Then we will attack him wherever he may be found, and we will fall on him as dew settles on the ground. Neither he nor any of his men will be left alive.
2-Sam 23:20ʻO Benaia hoʻi ke keiki a Iehoiada, ke keiki a kekahi kanaka ikaika, no Kabezeʻela, he nui kāna hana kupanaha: pepehi ihola ia i nā kānaka liona ʻelua o ka Moaba: iho ihola hoʻi ia i loko o ka lua, a pepehi ihola i ka liona i ka manawa hau.Benaiah son of Jehoiada was a valiant fighter from Kabzeel, who performed great exploits. He struck down two of Moab's best men. He also went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.
1-Nāal 17:1ʻŌlelo akula hoʻi ʻo ʻElia ka Tiseba no ko Gileada, iā ʻAhaba, Ma ke ola ʻana o Iēhova ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, i mua ona e kū nei au, ʻaʻole auaneʻi he ua, ʻaʻole hoʻi he hau i kēia mau makahiki, ma kaʻu ʻōlelo wale nō.Now Elijah the Tishbite, from Tishbe in Gilead, said to Ahab, "As the LORD, the God of Israel, lives, whom I serve, there will be neither dew nor rain in the next few years except at my word."
2-Nāal 5:27No laila e pili mau loa mai ko Naʻamana lēpera iā ʻoe, a me kou hua. A hele ia mai kona alo aku me ka maʻi lēpera e like me ka hau.Naaman's leprosy will cling to you and to your descendants forever." Then Gehazi went from Elisha's presence and he was leprous, as white as snow.
1-ʻOihn 11:22ʻO Benaia ke keiki a Iehoiada, ke keiki a kekahi kanaka ikaika no Kabezeʻela, he nui kāna hana kupanaha: pepehi ihola ia i ʻelua kānaka ikaika loa o Moaba: iho ihola hoʻi ia i loko o ka lua, a pepehi ihola i ka liona i ka lā e hāʻule ana ka hau.Benaiah son of Jehoiada was a valiant fighter from Kabzeel, who performed great exploits. He struck down two of Moab's best men. He also went down into a pit on a snowy day and killed a lion.
Ioba 6:16I uliuli i ka waipaʻa, Ma laila i hūnā ʻia ai ka hau.when darkened by thawing ice and swollen with melting snow,
Ioba 9:30Inā e holoi au iaʻu iho i ka wai hau, A e hoʻomaʻemaʻe au i kuʻu mau lima i ka sopa;Even if I washed myself with soap and my hands with washing soda,
Ioba 24:19Na ka maloʻo a me ka wela e hoʻopau aku i nā wai o ka hau; Pēlā nō ka pō i ka poʻe hana hewa.As heat and drought snatch away the melted snow, so the grave snatches away those who have sinned.
Ioba 29:19Manamana aʻela kuʻu aʻa ma nā wai, A kau ihola ka hau, a ao ka pō, ma luna o kuʻu lālā.My roots will reach to the water, and the dew will lie all night on my branches.
Ioba 37:6No ka mea, ua ʻī aku ia i ka hau, E kau ma ka honua, A i ka ua liʻiliʻi, a me ka ua nui o kona ikaika.He says to the snow, 'Fall on the earth,' and to the rain shower, 'Be a mighty downpour.'
Ioba 38:22Ua komo anei ʻoe i nā hale ahu o ka hau? A ua ʻike anei ʻoe i ke ahu ʻana o ka huahekili,"Have you entered the storehouses of the snow or seen the storehouses of the hail,
Ioba 38:28He makua kāne anei ko ka ua? ʻO wai hoʻi i hoʻohānau i nā kulu hau?Does the rain have a father? Who fathers the drops of dew?
Hal 51:7E huikala mai ʻoe iaʻu me ka husopa, a e maʻemaʻe nō wau: E holoi mai iaʻu, a e ʻoi aku kuʻu keʻokeʻo i ko ka hau.Cleanse me with hyssop, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow.
Hal 68:14I ka wā i hoʻopuehu ai ka Mea mana loa i nā aliʻi i loko ona, Ua like ia me ka hau ma Salemona;When the Almighty scattered the kings in the land, it was like snow fallen on Zalmon.
Hal 78:47Pepehi maila ʻo ia i kā lākou kumu waina i ka huahekili, A me kā lākou sukamora i ka hau.He destroyed their vines with hail and their sycamore-figs with sleet.
Hal 110:3E ʻae ʻoluʻolu mai nō kou poʻe kānaka ke hiki ka lā o kou ikaika, Me ka mea nani hoʻāno, Mai ka ʻōpū mai o ka wanaʻao, Iā ʻoe ka hau o kou poʻe ʻōpiopio.Your troops will be willing on your day of battle. Arrayed in holy majesty, from the womb of the dawn you will receive the dew of your youth.
Hal 133:3Ua like ia me ka hau o Heremona, Ka mea i hāʻule mai ma luna o nā mauna ʻo Ziona; No ka mea, ma laila nō i kauoha mai ai ʻo Iēhova i ka hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia, I ke ola hoʻi, a hiki i ka manawa pau ʻole.It is as if the dew of Hermon were falling on Mount Zion. For there the LORD bestows his blessing, even life forevermore.
Hal 147:16Hāʻawi mai nō ʻo ia i ka hau, me he hulu hipa lā, Hoʻoheleleʻi mai ʻo ia i ka hau paʻa, e like me ka lehu ahi.He spreads the snow like wool and scatters the frost like ashes.
Hal 148:8Ke ahi, ka huahekili, ka hau, a me ka māhu, Ka makani ʻino, e hoʻokō ana i kāna ʻōlelo;lightning and hail, snow and clouds, stormy winds that do his bidding,
Sol 19:12He uō ʻana me he liona lā ka huhū o ke aliʻi; E like hoʻi me ka hau ma ka weuweu kona lokomaikaʻi.A king's rage is like the roar of a lion, but his favor is like dew on the grass.
Sol 25:13E like me ke anu o ka hau i ka wā e ʻohi ai, Pēlā ka ʻelele ʻoiaʻiʻo i ka mea nāna ia e hoʻounauna aku; Hōʻoluʻolu ʻo ia i ka ʻuhane o kona mau haku.Like the coolness of snow at harvest time is a trustworthy messenger to those who send him; he refreshes the spirit of his masters.
Sol 26:1E like me ka hau i ke kau, E like me ka ua i ka wā e ʻohi ai, Pēlā i kū ʻole ai ka hanohano i ka mea lapuwale.Like snow in summer or rain in harvest, honor is not fitting for a fool.
Mele 5:2Ua hiamoe au, ua ala nō naʻe koʻu naʻau: He leo kā! ʻO kaʻu mea i aloha ai e kīkēkē ana, [me ka ʻī mai,] E wehe aʻe noʻu, e koʻu kaikuahine, e kaʻu mea i aloha ai, e kaʻu manu nūnū, e koʻu mea maʻemaʻe; No ka mea, ua paʻapū koʻu poʻo i ka hau, A me koʻu wili lauoho i nā paka ua o ka pō.I slept but my heart was awake. Listen! My lover is knocking: "Open to me, my sister, my darling, my dove, my flawless one. My head is drenched with dew, my hair with the dampness of the night."
ʻIsaia 1:18E hele mai hoʻi, e kīkē kākou, wahi a Iēhova: Inā paha i like ko ʻoukou hewa me nā kapa ʻula, E keʻokeʻo auaneʻi ia me he hau lā; Inā paha i ʻula loa e like me ka mea ʻulaʻula, E like auaneʻi ia me he hulu hipa lā."Come now, let us reason together," says the LORD. "Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red as crimson, they shall be like wool.
ʻIsaia 18:4No ka mea, penei i ʻōlelo mai ai ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, E hoʻomaha ana au, a me ka nānā aku ma loko o koʻu wahi e noho ai, E like me ka mehana ʻolu ma luna o nā mea ulu, Me he ao hau lā hoʻi i ka wā wela o ka hōʻiliʻili ʻai.This is what the LORD says to me: "I will remain quiet and will look on from my dwelling place, like shimmering heat in the sunshine, like a cloud of dew in the heat of harvest."
ʻIsaia 26:19E ola auaneʻi kou poʻe i make, ʻO koʻu poʻe i make, e ala mai nō lākou: E ala mai, e ʻoli ʻoukou, e ka poʻe e noho ana ma ka lepo, No ka mea, ʻo kou hau, ʻo ka hau ia ma luna o nā mea ulu, E hoʻolei aku nō ka ʻāina i ka poʻe i make.But your dead will live; their bodies will rise. You who dwell in the dust, wake up and shout for joy. Your dew is like the dew of the morning; the earth will give birth to her dead.
ʻIsaia 55:10No ka mea, e like me ka ua, a me ka hau i iho mai, mai nā lani mai, ʻAʻole hoʻi e hoʻi hou i laila, akā, e hoʻomau mai nō i ka honua, A hoʻohua ihola iā ia, e hoʻomuʻo nō hoʻi, I hāʻawi mai ia i ka hua na ka mea lūlū hua, A i berena hoʻi na ka mea ʻai;As the rain and the snow come down from heaven, and do not return to it without watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater,
Ier 18:14E haʻalele anei ka hau iā Lebanona no nā pōhaku o ke kula, e kiola ʻia anei nā wai huʻihuʻi e kahe ana mai kahi ʻē mai?Does the snow of Lebanon ever vanish from its rocky slopes? Do its cool waters from distant sources ever cease to flow?
Ier 36:30No laila, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova, no Iehoiakima ke aliʻi o ka Iuda penei; ʻAʻole e loaʻa iā ia ka mea nāna e noho ma luna o ka noho aliʻi o Dāvida: a e hoʻolei wale ʻia kona kupapaʻu ma waho i ke ao ma ka wela, a i ka pō ma ke hau.Therefore, this is what the LORD says about Jehoiakim king of Judah: He will have no one to sit on the throne of David; his body will be thrown out and exposed to the heat by day and the frost by night.
Kan 4:7ʻOi aku ka maʻemaʻe o kona poʻe laʻa, ma mua o ko ka hau, ʻOi aku ko lākou keʻokeʻo ma mua o ka waiū, ʻOi aku ka ʻula o ke kino, i ko nā pōhaku ʻula, A like ko lākou helehelena me ko ka sapeiro.Their princes were brighter than snow and whiter than milk, their bodies more ruddy than rubies, their appearance like sapphires.
Dan 4:15Akā, e waiho i ke kumu o kona aʻa ma ka lepo, me ke apo hao, a me ke keleawe, ma waena o nā mea uliuli o ke kula; a e hoʻopulu ʻia ʻo ia i ka hau o ka lani, ʻo kona kuleana aia nō ia me nā holoholona ma ka mauʻu o ka honua.But let the stump and its roots, bound with iron and bronze, remain in the ground, in the grass of the field. " 'Let him be drenched with the dew of heaven, and let him live with the animals among the plants of the earth.
Dan 4:23A ʻo kāu ʻike ʻana, e ke aliʻi, i ka mea kiaʻi, he mea hemolele e iho mai ana, mai ka lani mai, e ʻōlelo ana, E kua aku i ka lāʻau, a e hoʻopau iā ia; akā, e waiho i ke kumu o kona aʻa ma ka lepo, me ke apo hao a me ke keleawe, ma waena o nā mea uliuli o ke kula; a e hoʻopulu ʻia i ka hau o ka lani, ʻo kona kuleana aia nō ia me nā holoholona o ke kula, a hala aku nā manawa ʻehiku ma luna iho ona;"You, O king, saw a messenger, a holy one, coming down from heaven and saying, 'Cut down the tree and destroy it, but leave the stump, bound with iron and bronze, in the grass of the field, while its roots remain in the ground. Let him be drenched with the dew of heaven; let him live like the wild animals, until seven times pass by for him.'
Dan 4:25E kipaku lākou iā ʻoe mai nā kānaka aku, a ʻo kou wahi e noho ai aia nō ia me nā holoholona o ke kula, a e ʻai iho ʻoe i ka weuweu e like me nā bipi kauō, a e hoʻopulu ʻia nō hoʻi ʻoe i ka hau o ka lani, a hala nā manawa ʻehiku ma luna ou, a ʻike ʻoe e aliʻi ana ka Mea kiʻekiʻe ma luna o ke aupuni kanaka, a hāʻawi aku nō ʻo ia ia mea i kāna mea e manaʻo ai.You will be driven away from people and will live with the wild animals; you will eat grass like cattle and be drenched with the dew of heaven. Seven times will pass by for you until you acknowledge that the Most High is sovereign over the kingdoms of men and gives them to anyone he wishes.
Dan 4:33Ia hora nō, ua kō ia ʻōlelo ma luna o Nebukaneza: ua kipaku ʻia ʻo ia mai nā kānaka aku, ua ʻai iho nō ia i ka mauʻu e like me nā bipi kauō, ua pulu kona kino i ka hau o ka lani, a loloa kona hulu e like me nā hulu o ka ʻaeto, a ʻo kona mau māiʻuʻu ua like me nā māiʻuʻu o nā manu.Immediately what had been said about Nebuchadnezzar was fulfilled. He was driven away from people and ate grass like cattle. His body was drenched with the dew of heaven until his hair grew like the feathers of an eagle and his nails like the claws of a bird.
Dan 5:21Ua kipaku ʻia ʻo ia mai nā kānaka aku; a ua hoʻolilo ʻia kona naʻau e like me ko nā holoholona, ʻo kona wahi e noho ai, aia pū me nā hoki hihiu; ua hānai ʻia ʻo ia i ka mauʻu e like me nā bipi kauō, a hoʻopulu ʻia kona kino i ka hau o ka lani; a ʻike ʻo ia i ke aliʻi ʻana o ke Akua kiʻekiʻe i loko o ke aupuni o kānaka, a me kona hoʻonoho ʻana i ka mea āna e makemake ai ma luna iho.He was driven away from people and given the mind of an animal; he lived with the wild donkeys and ate grass like cattle; and his body was drenched with the dew of heaven, until he acknowledged that the Most High God is sovereign over the kingdoms of men and sets over them anyone he wishes.
Dan 7:9ʻIke akula au, a ua kau ʻia ihola nā noho aliʻi, a ua noho maila ka Makamua o nā lā, ua huali loa kona kapa e like me ka hau, a ʻo ka lauoho o kona poʻo ua like me ka hulu hipa maʻemaʻe; ʻo kona noho aliʻi, ua like ia me ka lapalapa ʻana o ke ahi, a ʻo kona mau kaʻa e like me ke ahi e ʻaʻā ana."As I looked, "thrones were set in place, and the Ancient of Days took his seat. His clothing was as white as snow; the hair of his head was white like wool. His throne was flaming with fire, and its wheels were all ablaze.
Hos 6:4E ʻEperaima, he aha kaʻu e hana aku ai iā ʻoe? E Iuda, he aha kaʻu e hana aku ai iā ʻoe? No ka mea, ʻo kā ʻoukou pono, ua like me ke ao kakahiaka, A ua like me ka hau e nalo koke ana."What can I do with you, Ephraim? What can I do with you, Judah? Your love is like the morning mist, like the early dew that disappears.
Hos 13:3No ia mea, e like auaneʻi lākou me ke ao kakahiaka, A me ka hau hou e nalo koke ana, E like me ka ʻōpala i puehu ʻia i ka puahiohio mai kahi hehi palaoa aku, A me ka uahi mai ka puka uahi aku.Therefore they will be like the morning mist, like the early dew that disappears, like chaff swirling from a threshing floor, like smoke escaping through a window.
Hos 14:5E like auaneʻi au me ka hau i ka ʻIseraʻela; E pua auaneʻi ʻo ia e like me ka līlia, A e kolo leʻa kona mau aʻa e like me Lebanona.I will be like the dew to Israel; he will blossom like a lily. Like a cedar of Lebanon he will send down his roots;
Mika 5:7A ʻo ke koena o Iakoba i waena o nā lāhui kanaka he nui, E like ia me ka hau mai o Iēhova mai, Me ka ua ma luna o ka weuweu, Ka mea kali ʻole no ke kanaka, ʻAʻohe hoʻi e hoʻokaʻulua no ke keiki a ke kanaka.The remnant of Jacob will be in the midst of many peoples like dew from the LORD, like showers on the grass, which do not wait for man or linger for mankind.
Hagai 1:10No laila, ua pani ʻia ka lani ma luna o ʻoukou, i hāʻawi ʻole mai ai ia i ka hau, a ua pau ka hoʻohua mau ʻana o ka honua i kona hua.Therefore, because of you the heavens have withheld their dew and the earth its crops.
Zek 8:12No ka mea, e maluhia ka hua kanu, A e hua mai ke kumu waina i kona hua, A e hoʻoulu mai hoʻi ka honua i kāna mea ulu, A e hāʻawi mai hoʻi ka lani i kona hau, A e hāʻawi auaneʻi au i kēia mau mea a pau no kēia koena kanaka."The seed will grow well, the vine will yield its fruit, the ground will produce its crops, and the heavens will drop their dew. I will give all these things as an inheritance to the remnant of this people.

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