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hoki

1. n. mule, ass.
2. vs. barren, of a woman. (modern).

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Mat 21:2ʻĪ akula iā lāua, E hele aku ʻolua i ke kauhale e kūpono mai ana iā ʻolua, a e loaʻa koke iā ʻolua ka hoki ua nakiki ʻia, a me ke keiki me ia: e wehe aʻe ʻolua, a e kaʻi mai i oʻu nei.saying to them, "Go to the village ahead of you, and at once you will find a donkey tied there, with her colt by her. Untie them and bring them to me.
Mat 21:3Inā paha e ʻōlelo mai kekahi iā ʻolua, e ʻī aku, Na ka Haku ia mau mea e pono ai: a laila e kuʻu koke mai nō ia i nā hoki.If anyone says anything to you, tell him that the Lord needs them, and he will send them right away."
Mat 21:5E haʻi aku ʻoukou i ke kaikamahine a Ziona, Aia hoʻi, ke hele akahai mai nei kou Aliʻi i ou lā, e noho ana ma luna o ka hoki, ʻo ke keiki hoʻi a ka hoki."Say to the Daughter of Zion, 'See, your king comes to you, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.' "
Mat 21:7Kaʻi maila lāua i ua hoki lā, a me ke keiki, hohola aʻela lākou i nā kapa o lākou ma luna o lāua, a hoʻēʻe akula iā Iesū ma luna iho.They brought the donkey and the colt, placed their cloaks on them, and Jesus sat on them.
Mar 11:2ʻĪ maila iā lāua, E hele ʻolua i kēlā kūlanakauhale ma mua o ʻolua; a i ko ʻolua komo ʻana i loko, e loaʻa koke nō iā ʻolua kekahi hoki keiki, ua nakinaki ʻia, ʻaʻole i noho ʻia e ke kanaka; e kala aʻe ʻolua, a e alakaʻi mai.saying to them, "Go to the village ahead of you, and just as you enter it, you will find a colt tied there, which no one has ever ridden. Untie it and bring it here.
Mar 11:4Hele akula lāua, a loaʻa ihola iā lāua ka hoki keiki, ua nakinaki ʻia ma ka ʻīpuka ma waho, ma nā huina alanui. Kala aʻela lāua iā ia.They went and found a colt outside in the street, tied at a doorway. As they untied it,
Mar 11:5ʻŌlelo maila kekahi o lākou e kū ana ma laila iā lāua, No ke aha ʻolua i kala ai i ka hoki keiki?some people standing there asked, "What are you doing, untying that colt?"
Mar 11:7Alakaʻi maila lāua i ua hoki keiki lā i o Iesū lā, hohola aʻela lākou i ko lākou kapa ma luna ona, a noho nō ʻo Iesū i luna iho ona.When they brought the colt to Jesus and threw their cloaks over it, he sat on it.
Luka 13:15ʻŌlelo maila ka Haku iā ia, ʻī maila, E ka hoʻokamani, ʻaʻole anei kēlā mea kēia mea o ʻoukou i wehe aʻe i kāna bipi kauō, a i kāna hoki paha mai loko aʻe o kahi e hānai ʻia ai a e alakaʻi aku e hoʻohāinu i ka wai?The Lord answered him, "You hypocrites! Doesn't each of you on the Sabbath untie his ox or donkey from the stall and lead it out to give it water?
Luka 14:5Nīnau hou maila ʻo ia iā lākou, ʻī maila, ʻO wai ko ʻoukou mea i hāʻule kāna hoki, a ʻo kāna bipi kauō paha i ka lua, ʻaʻole hoʻi e huki koke mai iā ia i luna, i ka lā Sābati?Then he asked them, "If one of you has a son or an ox that falls into a well on the Sabbath day, will you not immediately pull him out?"
Luka 19:30ʻĪ maila, E hele aku ʻolua i kēlā kūlanahale e kū pono mai ana; a i ko ʻolua komo ʻana i loko, e ʻike aku nō ʻolua i ke keiki hoki i hīkiʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole i noho ʻia e ke kanaka, e wehe aʻe a e kaʻi mai iā ia."Go to the village ahead of you, and as you enter it, you will find a colt tied there, which no one has ever ridden. Untie it and bring it here.
Luka 19:33A i ko lāua wehe ʻana aʻe i ke keiki hoki, nīnau maila nā mea nona ia iā lāua, No ke aha lā ʻolua e wehe ai i ke keiki hoki?As they were untying the colt, its owners asked them, "Why are you untying the colt?"
Luka 19:35A kaʻi maila lāua iā ia i o Iesū lā; a kau akula lākou i ko lākou mau ʻaʻahu ma luna o ke keiki hoki, hoʻonoho aʻela lākou iā Iesū ma luna iho.They brought it to Jesus, threw their cloaks on the colt and put Jesus on it.
Ioane 12:14A loaʻa iā Iesū ke keiki hoki, noho ihola ia ma luna ona; e like me ka mea i palapala ʻia,Jesus found a young donkey and sat upon it, as it is written,
Ioane 12:15Mai makaʻu ʻoe, e ke kaikamahine a Ziona, aia hoʻi, ke hele mai nei kou aliʻi e noho ana ma luna o ka hoki keiki."Do not be afraid, O Daughter of Zion; see, your king is coming, seated on a donkey's colt."
2-Pet 2:16Akā, ua ao ʻia mai ʻo ia no kona hewa; na ka hoki leo ʻole i ʻōlelo mai ma ka leo kanaka, a pāpā maila i ka pupule o ua kāula lā.But he was rebuked for his wrongdoing by a donkey--a beast without speech--who spoke with a man's voice and restrained the prophet's madness.
Kin 12:16Lokomaikaʻi maila ʻo ia iā ʻAberama no Sarai: a iā ia nā hipa, nā bipi, nā hoki, nā kauā kāne, nā kauā wahine, nā hoki wahine, a me nā kāmelo.He treated Abram well for her sake, and Abram acquired sheep and cattle, male and female donkeys, male and female servants, and camels.
Kin 22:3Ala aʻela ʻo ʻAberahama i kakahiaka nui, hoʻēʻe akula ia i ka noho ma luna o kona hoki, kono pū aʻela i nā kānaka uʻi ʻelua ona me ia, a me ʻIsaʻaka kāna keiki, kākā ihola i ka wahie no ka mōhai kuni, kū aʻela a hele akula i kahi a ke Akua i ʻī mai ai iā ia.Early the next morning Abraham got up and loaded his donkey. He took with him two of his servants and his son Isaac. When he had cut enough wood for the burnt offering, he set out for the place God had told him about.
Kin 22:5ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAberahama i kona mau kānaka uʻi, E noho iho ʻolua ma ʻaneʻi me ka hoki, a hele nō māua me ke keiki i ʻō e hoʻomana ai; a hoʻi hou mai i o ʻolua nei.He said to his servants, “Stay here with the donkey while I and the boy go over there. We will worship and then we will come back to you.”
Kin 24:35Ua hoʻopōmaikaʻi nui mai ʻo Iēhova i kuʻu haku; a ua lilo ia i mea nui: ua hāʻawi mai ia nāna i hipa, a me nā bipi, i ke kālā a me ke gula, i nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine, i nā kāmelo a me nā hoki.The Lord has blessed my master abundantly, and he has become wealthy. He has given him sheep and cattle, silver and gold, male and female servants, and camels and donkeys.
Kin 30:43A he nui loa ka waiwai o ua kanaka nei: iā ia nā holoholona he nui wale, me nā kauā wahine, a me nā kauā kāne, nā kāmelo, a me nā hoki.In this way the man grew exceedingly prosperous and came to own large flocks, and female and male servants, and camels and donkeys.
Kin 32:5Iaʻu nō nā bipi, nā hoki, nā holoholona, me nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine; a ua hoʻouna aku nō wau e haʻi aku i kuʻu haku, i loaʻa iaʻu ke aloha ʻia i mua o kou maka.I have cattle and donkeys, sheep and goats, male and female servants. Now I am sending this message to my lord, that I may find favor in your eyes.’”
Kin 32:15He kanakolu kāmelo waiū, me kā lākou mau keiki; he kanahā bipi wahine, me nā bipi kāne he ʻumi; he iwakālua hoki wahine a me nā hoki keiki he ʻumi.thirty female camels with their young, forty cows and ten bulls, and twenty female donkeys and ten male donkeys.
Kin 34:28Lawe pio akula hoʻi lākou i nā hipa a lākou, a me nā bipi a lākou, a me nā hoki a lākou, me ko loko o ke kūlanakauhale, a me ko ke kula,They seized their flocks and herds and donkeys and everything else of theirs in the city and out in the fields.
Kin 36:24Eia nā keiki kāne a Zibeona, ʻo ʻAia, lāua ʻo ʻAna: ʻo ia nō ua ʻAna lā i loaʻa iā ia nā hoki ma ka wao nahele, iā ia i hānai ai i nā miula o kona makua kāne ʻo Zibeona.The sons of Zibeon: Aiah and Anah. This is the Anah who discovered the hot springs in the desert while he was grazing the donkeys of his father Zibeon.
Kin 42:26Hoʻoili aʻela lākou i ka ʻai i luna iho o ko lākou mau hoki, a hele akula.they loaded their grain on their donkeys and left.
Kin 42:27A i ka wehe ʻana o kekahi i kāna ʻeke, e hāʻawi aku i ʻai na kona hoki, ma kahi oʻioʻina, ʻike aʻela ia i kāna moni, no ka mea, aia hoʻi ia ma ka waha o kāna ʻeke.At the place where they stopped for the night one of them opened his sack to get feed for his donkey, and he saw his silver in the mouth of his sack.
Kin 43:18Makaʻu ihola ua poʻe kānaka lā, no ka mea, ua alakaʻi ʻia akula lākou i loko o ka hale o Iosepa, a ʻōlelo aʻela lākou, No ka moni i hoʻihoʻi ʻia ai i loko o kā kākou mau ʻeke i ka manawa ma mua, no laila kākou i alakaʻi ʻia mai ai i loko nei, i hoʻolawehala mai ʻo ia iā kākou a lele mai i luna o kākou, a e hana paʻa hoʻi iā kākou, i poʻe kauā, a me ko kākou mau hoki.Now the men were frightened when they were taken to his house. They thought, “We were brought here because of the silver that was put back into our sacks the first time. He wants to attack us and overpower us and seize us as slaves and take our donkeys.”
Kin 43:24Alakaʻi aʻela ua kanaka lā i ka poʻe kānaka i loko o ko Iosepa hale, a hāʻawi maila iā lākou i ka wai, holoi ihola lākou i ko lākou mau wāwae, a hāʻawi maila hoʻi ia i ʻai na nā hoki o lākou.The steward took the men into Joseph’s house, gave them water to wash their feet and provided fodder for their donkeys.
Kin 44:3A ao aʻela, ua hoʻihoʻi ʻia akula ua poʻe kānaka lā, a me ko lākou mau hoki.As morning dawned, the men were sent on their way with their donkeys.
Kin 44:13A laila haehae ihola lākou i ko lākou mau kapa, a kau akula kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i ka ukana ma kāna hoki, a hoʻi akula i ke kūlanakauhale.At this, they tore their clothes. Then they all loaded their donkeys and returned to the city.
Kin 45:17ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Paraʻo iā Iosepa, E ʻī aku ʻoe i kou poʻe hoahānau, E hana pēnēia, e kau i ko ʻoukou mea ma nā hoki a hoʻi aku a hiki i ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana.Pharaoh said to Joseph, “Tell your brothers, ‘Do this: Load your animals and return to the land of Canaan,
Kin 45:23A hoʻouna akula ia no kona makua kāne, he ʻumi nā hoki e lawe ana i nā mea maikaʻi o ʻAigupita, a he ʻumi nā hoki wahine, e lawe ana i ka palaoa a me ka ʻai i ō na kona makua kāne ma ke alanui.And this is what he sent to his father: ten donkeys loaded with the best things of Egypt, and ten female donkeys loaded with grain and bread and other provisions for his journey.
Kin 47:17Lawe maila lākou i kā lākou holoholona iā Iosepa, a hāʻawi akula ʻo Iosepa i ʻai na lākou, no nā lio, a no nā hipa, a no nā bipi, a no nā hoki, a mālama akula ʻo ia iā lākou i ka ʻai ia makahiki, no kā lākou holoholona.So they brought their livestock to Joseph, and he gave them food in exchange for their horses, their sheep and goats, their cattle and donkeys. And he brought them through that year with food in exchange for all their livestock.
Kin 49:11E hīkiʻi ana i kāna keiki hoki i ke kumu waina, a me ke keiki a ka hoki wahine i ke kumu waina maikaʻi, holoi ihola ia i kona kapa i ka waina, a me kona ʻaʻahu i ke koko o ka hua waina.He will tether his donkey to a vine, his colt to the choicest branch; he will wash his garments in wine, his robes in the blood of grapes.
Kin 49:14He hoki ikaika nō ʻo ʻIsakara e moe ana ma waena o nā hale malumalu:“Issachar is a rawboned donkey lying down among the sheep pens.
Puk 4:20Lawe aʻela ʻo Mose i kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki kāne, a hoʻonoho akula iā lākou ma luna o ka hoki, a hoʻi akula ia i ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita. A lawe pū akula ʻo Mose i ke koʻokoʻo o ke Akua ma loko o kona lima.So Moses took his wife and sons, put them on a donkey and started back to Egypt. And he took the staff of God in his hand.
Puk 9:3Aia hoʻi, e kau ana nō ʻo Iēhova i kona lima ma luna o kāu poʻe holoholona ma ke kula, ma luna o nā lio, a ma luna o nā hoki, a ma luna o nā kāmelo, a ma luna o nā bipi, a ma luna o nā hipa: he ahulau nui loa.the hand of the Lord will bring a terrible plague on your livestock in the field — on your horses, donkeys and camels and on your cattle, sheep and goats.
Puk 13:13A ʻo nā keiki mua a pau a ka hoki, e pānaʻi aku ʻoe no ia i keiki hipa; a i ʻole ʻoe e pānaʻi, a laila e uhaʻi i kona ʻāʻī. A ʻo nā keiki mua a pau a kānaka, i waena o kāu poʻe keiki, ʻo lākou kāu e pānaʻi aku.Redeem with a lamb every firstborn donkey, but if you do not redeem it, break its neck. Redeem every firstborn among your sons.
Puk 20:17Mai kuko ʻoe i ka hale o kou hoalauna, mai kuko i ka wahine a kou hoalauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna kauā wahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona bipi, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona hoki, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi mea a kou hoalauna.“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”
Puk 21:33A inā wehe ke kanaka i lua, a inā ʻeli ke kanaka i lua, ʻaʻole hoʻi e uhi, a i hāʻule ka bipi ma loko, a he hoki paha;“If anyone uncovers a pit or digs one and fails to cover it and an ox or a donkey falls into it,
Puk 22:4Inā i loaʻa maopopo ma kona lima ka mea i ʻaihue ʻia e ola ana, inā he bipi, a inā he hoki a inā he hipa paha, e hāʻawi aku nō ʻo ia i pāpālua.If the stolen animal is found alive in their possession — whether ox or donkey or sheep — they must pay back double.
Puk 22:9ʻO nā hewa no kēlā mea kēia mea, no ka bipi, no ka hoki, no ka hipa, no ka ʻaʻahu, no nā mea nalowale a pau a kekahi e ʻōlelo ai, nāna ia, e lawe ʻia ko lāua pono i mua o nā luna kānāwai, a ʻo ka mea a nā luna kānāwai e hoʻohewa ai, e uku pāpālua aku ʻo ia i kona hoalauna.In all cases of illegal possession of an ox, a donkey, a sheep, a garment, or any other lost property about which somebody says, ‘This is mine,’ both parties are to bring their cases before the judges. The one whom the judges declare guilty must pay back double to the other.
Puk 22:10Inā hāʻawi ke kanaka i hoki na kona hoalauna e mālama, a i bipi paha, a i hipa, a i kekahi holoholona ʻē aʻe paha, a i make ia, a ʻeha, a hoʻoholo ʻia ma kahi ʻē paha, ʻaʻole mea i ʻike aku;“If anyone gives a donkey, an ox, a sheep or any other animal to their neighbor for safekeeping and it dies or is injured or is taken away while no one is looking,
Puk 23:4Inā hālāwai ʻoe me ka bipi a kou hoalauna e hele hewa ana, me kona hoki paha, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e hoʻihoʻi mai ʻoe ia mea i ona lā.“If you come across your enemy’s ox or donkey wandering off, be sure to return it.
Puk 23:5Inā ʻike ʻoe i ka hoki a ka mea i huhū mai iā ʻoe, e moe ana ma lalo iho o kona kaumaha, a manaʻo ʻoe ʻaʻole kōkua iā ia, a laila, e kōkua aku nō ʻoe iā ia.If you see the donkey of someone who hates you fallen down under its load, do not leave it there; be sure you help them with it.
Puk 23:12I nā lā ʻeono e hana ai ʻoe i kāu hana, a e hoʻomaha hoʻi i ka lā hiku; i hoʻomaha ai kāu bipi a me kou hoki, i hoʻohoʻihoʻi ʻia hoʻi ke keiki kāne a kāu kauā wahine, a me ka malihini.“Six days do your work, but on the seventh day do not work, so that your ox and your donkey may rest, and so that the slave born in your household and the foreigner living among you may be refreshed.
Puk 34:20Akā, ʻo ka hānau mua o ka hoki, e pānaʻi aku ʻoe i keiki hipa; a i ʻole ʻoe e pānaʻi, e uhaʻi ʻoe i kona ʻāʻī. E hoʻōla pānaʻi hoʻi ʻoe i kāu mau hiapo kāne a pau. Mai ʻike nele ʻia kekahi i mua oʻu.Redeem the firstborn donkey with a lamb, but if you do not redeem it, break its neck. Redeem all your firstborn sons. “No one is to appear before me empty-handed.
Nāh 16:15Huhū loa ihola ʻo Mose, a ʻī akula iā Iēhova, Mai maliu mai ʻoe i kā lākou mōhai: ʻaʻole au i lawe noʻu i kekahi hoki o lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi au i hana ʻeha aku i kekahi o lākou.Then Moses became very angry and said to the Lord, “Do not accept their offering. I have not taken so much as a donkey from them, nor have I wronged any of them.”
Nāh 22:21Ala aʻela ʻo Balaʻama i kakahiaka, hoʻēʻe akula i ka noho ma luna o kona hoki, a hele pū akula me nā luna o Moaba.Balaam got up in the morning, saddled his donkey and went with the Moabite officials.
Nāh 22:22Ua hoʻā ʻia ka inaina o ke Akua, no kona hele ʻana; a kū maila ka ʻānela o Iēhova ma ke alanui, i mea kūʻē mai iā ia. E holo ana ia ma luna o kona hoki, ʻelua āna mau kauā me ia.But God was very angry when he went, and the angel of the Lord stood in the road to oppose him. Balaam was riding on his donkey, and his two servants were with him.
Nāh 22:23ʻIke akula ka hoki i ka ʻānela o Iēhova e kū ana ma ke ala, a me kāna pahi kaua i unuhi ʻia ma kona lima; huli aʻela ka hoki ma waho o ke ala, a hele akula ma ke kula; a hahau ihola ʻo Balaʻama i ka hoki, e hoʻohuli hou iā ia ma ke ala.When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord standing in the road with a drawn sword in his hand, it turned off the road into a field. Balaam beat it to get it back on the road.
Nāh 22:25A ʻike akula ka hoki i ka ʻānela o Iēhova, pipika aʻela ia ma ka pā pōhaku, a pēpē ihola ka wāwae o Balaʻama i ka pā pōhaku; a hahau hou ihola kēlā iā ia.When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord, it pressed close to the wall, crushing Balaam’s foot against it. So he beat the donkey again.
Nāh 22:27A ʻike akula ka hoki i ka ʻānela o Iēhova, hina ihola ia ma lalo o Balaʻama; huhū ihola ʻo Balaʻama, a hahau ihola ia i ka hoki me ke koʻokoʻo.When the donkey saw the angel of the Lord, it lay down under Balaam, and he was angry and beat it with his staff.
Nāh 22:28Wehe aʻela ʻo Iēhova i ka waha o ka hoki, a ʻī maila ia iā Balaʻama, He aha kaʻu i hana aku ai iā ʻoe, i pākolu ai kāu hahau ʻana mai iaʻu?Then the Lord opened the donkey’s mouth, and it said to Balaam, “What have I done to you to make you beat me these three times?”
Nāh 22:29ʻĪ akula ʻo Balaʻama i ka hoki, No ka mea, ua hana ʻino mai ʻoe iaʻu; inā he pahi kaua ma koʻu lima, inā ua make ʻoe iaʻu.Balaam answered the donkey, “You have made a fool of me! If only I had a sword in my hand, I would kill you right now.”
Nāh 22:30Nīnau maila ka hoki iā Balaʻama, ʻAʻole anei wau ʻo kou hoki, ka mea āu i holoholo ai, mai ka manawa i lilo ai au nou, a hiki i nēia lā? Pēlā nō anei kaʻu i hana aku ai iā ʻoe ma mua? ʻĪ akula kēlā, ʻAʻole.The donkey said to Balaam, “Am I not your own donkey, which you have always ridden, to this day? Have I been in the habit of doing this to you?” “No,” he said.
Nāh 22:32ʻĪ maila ka ʻānela o Iēhova iā ia, No ke aha lā ʻoe i hahau ai i kou hoki, ʻekolu hahau ʻana? Aia hoʻi, i hele mai nei au e kūʻē iā ʻoe; no ka mea, ua kekeʻe kou ʻaoʻao i mua oʻu.The angel of the Lord asked him, “Why have you beaten your donkey these three times? I have come here to oppose you because your path is a reckless one before me.
Nāh 22:33A ʻike maila ka hoki iaʻu, a huli aʻela mai oʻu aku lā, ʻekolu huli ʻana: he ʻoiaʻiʻo, inā ʻaʻole ia i huli aʻe, mai oʻu aku nei, inā ua make ʻoe iaʻu, a ola kēlā.The donkey saw me and turned away from me these three times. If it had not turned away, I would certainly have killed you by now, but I would have spared it.”
Nāh 31:28A e ʻauhau ʻoe no Iēhova i nā kānaka kaua, i ka poʻe i hele aku i ke kaua: i hoʻokahi kino no loko mai o nā haneri ʻelima, o nā kānaka, ʻo nā bipi, ʻo nā hoki, a ʻo nā hipa.From the soldiers who fought in the battle, set apart as tribute for the Lord one out of every five hundred, whether people, cattle, donkeys or sheep.
Nāh 31:30A no loko mai o ka hapalua no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, kāu e lawe aku ai i hoʻokahi hapa kanalima o nā kānaka, ʻo nā bipi, ʻo nā hoki, ʻo nā hipa, a ʻo nā holoholona a pau, a e hāʻawi aku ia mau mea na nā Levi, na ka poʻe e mālama ana i ka ukana o ka halelewa no Iēhova.From the Israelites’ half, select one out of every fifty, whether people, cattle, donkeys, sheep or other animals. Give them to the Levites, who are responsible for the care of the Lord’s tabernacle.”
Nāh 31:34A he kanaonokumamākahi nā tausani hoki.61,000 donkeys
Nāh 31:39A ʻo nā hoki, he kanakolu nā tausani, a me nā haneri keu ʻelima; a ʻo ka ʻauhau na Iēhova no loko mai o ia poʻe, he kanaonokumamākahi.30,500 donkeys, of which the tribute for the Lord was 61;
Nāh 31:45A he kanakolu tausani nā hoki me nā haneri keu ʻelima,30,500 donkeys
Kānl 5:14Akā, ʻo ka hiku o ka lā, he Sābati ia no Iēhova no kou Akua, ʻaʻole loa ʻoe e hana, ʻaʻole ʻoe, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kaikamahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā wahine, ʻaʻole kou bipi kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou hoki kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kekahi holoholona ou, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou kānaka ʻē ma loko o kou mau ʻīpuka; i hoʻomaha ai kāu kauā kāne, a me kāu kauā wahine e like me ʻoe.but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your ox, your donkey or any of your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns, so that your male and female servants may rest, as you do.
Kānl 5:21Mai kuko wale i ka wahine a kou hoalauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe e kuko i ka hale o kou hoalauna, i kāna mahina ʻai, ʻaʻole i kāna kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna bipi kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona hoki kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi mea a kou hoalauna.“You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife. You shall not set your desire on your neighbor’s house or land, his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”
Kānl 22:3Pēlā kāu e hana aku ai i kona hoki, a pēlā hoʻi kāu e hana aku ai i kona kapa; a me nā mea a pau a kou hoahānau i hāʻule, a i nalowale iā ia, a i loaʻa iā ʻoe, pēlā hoʻi ʻoe e hana aku ai; ʻaʻole ʻoe e haʻalele aku.Do the same if you find their donkey or cloak or anything else they have lost. Do not ignore it.
Kānl 22:4Inā e ʻike ʻoe i ka hoki, a i ka bipi paha a kou hoahānau i hāʻule iho ma ke ala, mai haʻalele aku ʻoe iā lākou, nāu nō ia e kōkua aku e hoʻāla hou aʻe.If you see your fellow Israelite’s donkey or ox fallen on the road, do not ignore it. Help the owner get it to its feet.
Kānl 22:10Mai kaulua ʻoe i ka bipi a me ka hoki ma ka ʻōʻō palau.Do not plow with an ox and a donkey yoked together.
Kānl 28:31A e kālua ʻia kāu bipi kāne i mua o kou maka, ʻaʻole ʻoe e ʻai ia mea: a e lawe wale ʻia aku kou hoki mai kou alo aku, ʻaʻole e hoʻihoʻi ʻia mai iā ʻoe: a e hāʻawi ʻia aku kāu poʻe hipa i kou poʻe ʻenemi, ʻaʻole ou mea nāna e hoʻopakele.Your ox will be slaughtered before your eyes, but you will eat none of it. Your donkey will be forcibly taken from you and will not be returned. Your sheep will be given to your enemies, and no one will rescue them.
Ios 6:21Me ka maka o ka pahi kaua lākou i luku loa ai i nā mea a pau i loko o ke kūlanakauhale, ʻo nā kāne a me nā wāhine, ʻo nā mea ʻōpiopio, a me nā mea kahiko, ʻo ka bipi, a me ka hipa a me ka hoki.They devoted the city to the Lord and destroyed with the sword every living thing in it — men and women, young and old, cattle, sheep and donkeys.
Ios 7:24Lālau akula ʻo Iosua, a me ka ʻIseraʻela a pau iā ʻAkana, i ke keiki a Zera, a me ke kālā, a me ka ʻaʻahu, a me ka ʻaukā gula, a me kāna mau keiki kāne, a me kāna mau kaikamāhine, a me kona mau bipi, a me kona mau hoki, a me kona mau hipa, a me kona halelewa, a me kona mau mea a pau, a lawe iā lākou i ke awāwa ʻo ʻAkora.Then Joshua, together with all Israel, took Achan son of Zerah, the silver, the robe, the gold bar, his sons and daughters, his cattle, donkeys and sheep, his tent and all that he had, to the Valley of Achor.
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 15:18A i kona hele ʻana i ona lā, koi aʻela ʻo ia iā ia e noi aku i kona makua kāne i ʻāina. A iho ihola ia mai luna mai o kona hoki. Nīnau aʻela ʻo Kaleba iā ia, He aha kāu?One day when she came to Othniel, she urged him to ask her father for a field. When she got off her donkey, Caleb asked her, “What can I do for you?”
Lunk 1:14Eia hoʻi kekahi, a hiki mai ka wahine i ona lā, koi aʻela ʻo ia iā ia e noi aku i kona makua kāne i ʻāina. A iho ihola ia mai luna mai o ka hoki. Nīnau aʻela ʻo Kaleba i ke kaikamahine, He aha kāu?One day when she came to Othniel, she urged him to ask her father for a field. When she got off her donkey, Caleb asked her, “What can I do for you?”
Lunk 5:10E ka poʻe holo ma nā hoki keʻokeʻo, Ka poʻe noho e hoʻoponopono ana, Nā mea hele ma nā alanui, E noʻonoʻo ʻoukou.“You who ride on white donkeys, sitting on your saddle blankets, and you who walk along the road, consider
Lunk 6:4A hoʻomoana kūʻē maila, a hoʻopau ihola i nā mea kupu o ka honua, a hiki aku i Gaza, ʻaʻole i waiho i kekahi mea ola na ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole i ka hipa, ʻaʻole i ka bipi, ʻaʻole i ka hoki.They camped on the land and ruined the crops all the way to Gaza and did not spare a living thing for Israel, neither sheep nor cattle nor donkeys.
Lunk 10:4He kanakolu āna mau keiki kāne, a holo lākou ma luna o nā hoki keiki, he kanakolu; he kanakolu ko lākou poʻe kūlanakauhale, i kapa ʻia Havote-iaira, a hiki mai i nēia lā; aia nō ma ka ʻāina ʻo Gileada.He had thirty sons, who rode thirty donkeys. They controlled thirty towns in Gilead, which to this day are called Havvoth Jair.
Lunk 12:14He kanahā kāna poʻe keiki kāne, a he kanakolu moʻopuna kāne, a holo lākou ma luna o nā hoki keiki, he kanahiku. Nāna i hoʻoponopono i ka ʻIseraʻela, i ʻewalu makahiki.He had forty sons and thirty grandsons, who rode on seventy donkeys. He led Israel eight years.
Lunk 15:15A loaʻa iā ia ka iwi ā o ka hoki, he iwi ā maka, hohola akula i kona lima, lālau ihola ia mea, a me ia nō ia i luku aku ai i hoʻokahi tausani kānaka.Finding a fresh jawbone of a donkey, he grabbed it and struck down a thousand men.
Lunk 15:16ʻĪ ihola ʻo Samesona, Me ka iwi ā o ka hoki, ʻo ka puʻu o nā puʻu, me ka iwi ā o ka hoki kaʻu i luku aku ai i hoʻokahi tausani kānaka.Then Samson said, “With a donkey’s jawbone I have made donkeys of them. With a donkey’s jawbone I have killed a thousand men.”
Lunk 19:3Kū aʻela kāna kāne a hahai akula iā ia, e ʻōlelo lokomaikaʻi aku iā ia, a e hoʻihoʻi mai iā ia. Me ia pū nō kāna kauā, a me nā hoki ʻelua. Hoʻokomo akula ʻo ia iā ia i ka hale o kona makua kāne. A ʻike maila ka makua kāne o ua wahine lā iā ia, ʻoliʻoli ihola ʻo ia, i ka hālāwai ʻana me ia.her husband went to her to persuade her to return. He had with him his servant and two donkeys. She took him into her parents’ home, and when her father saw him, he gladly welcomed him.
Lunk 19:10ʻAʻole i ʻae mai ua kanaka lā e moe ia pō, akā, kū aʻela ia e hele akula, a hiki ma ke ala o Iebusa, ʻo ia hoʻi ʻo Ierusalema; aia nō me ia pū nā hoki ʻelua, i paʻa i nā noho lio, a ʻo kāna wahine kekahi me ia.But, unwilling to stay another night, the man left and went toward Jebus (that is, Jerusalem), with his two saddled donkeys and his concubine.
Lunk 19:19He mauʻu nō, a me ka ʻai na nā hoki a mākou, a he berena nō a me ka waina naʻu, a na kāu kauā wahine, a na ke kanaka hou o kāu mau kauā nei; ʻaʻohe mea e hemahema ai.We have both straw and fodder for our donkeys and bread and wine for ourselves your servants — me, the woman and the young man with us. We don’t need anything.”
Lunk 19:21Hoʻokomo ihola ʻo ia iā ia i kona hale, hānai ihola i nā hoki; a holoi nō hoʻi lākou i ko lākou wāwae, ʻai ihola, a inu hoʻi.So he took him into his house and fed his donkeys. After they had washed their feet, they had something to eat and drink.
Lunk 19:28ʻĪ akula kēia iā ia, E ala mai, e hele kāua. ʻAʻohe mea pane mai. A laila, hāpai aʻela ua kanaka lā iā ia, a kau ihola i luna o ka hoki. Kū aʻela ke kanaka a hoʻi akula i kona wahi.He said to her, “Get up; let’s go.” But there was no answer. Then the man put her on his donkey and set out for home.
1-Sam 8:16A e lawe nō hoʻi ia i nā kauā kāne a ʻoukou, a me nā kauā wahine a ʻoukou, a me ko ʻoukou poʻe kānaka uʻi maikaʻi, a me nā hoki a ʻoukou, a e hoʻonoho iā lākou no kāna hana.Your menservants and maidservants and the best of your cattle and donkeys he will take for his own use.
1-Sam 9:3Ua nalowale nā hoki a Kisa, ka makua kāne o Saula; ʻī akula ʻo Kisa i kāna keiki, iā Saula, E lawe ʻoe i kekahi kauā me ʻoe, a hele e ʻimi i nā hoki.Now the donkeys belonging to Saul's father Kish were lost, and Kish said to his son Saul, "Take one of the servants with you and go and look for the donkeys."
1-Sam 9:5A hiki akula lāua ma ka ʻāina ʻo Zupa, ʻī akula ia i kāna kauā me ia, ʻEā, e hoʻi kāua, o pau auaneʻi ka manaʻo ʻana o kuʻu makua kāne i nā hoki, a hoʻokaumaha ʻia nō kāua.When they reached the district of Zuph, Saul said to the servant who was with him, "Come, let's go back, or my father will stop thinking about the donkeys and start worrying about us."
1-Sam 9:20A no kāu mau hoki i nalowale i nā lā ʻekolu aʻe nei, mai manaʻo ʻoe iā lākou, no ka mea, ua loaʻa lākou. Ma luna o wai anei ka makemake a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela? ʻAʻole anei ma luna ou, a me ko ka hale a pau o kou makua kāne?As for the donkeys you lost three days ago, do not worry about them; they have been found. And to whom is all the desire of Israel turned, if not to you and all your father's family?"
1-Sam 10:2A hala ʻoe mai oʻu aku nei i kēia lā, a laila e loaʻa nō iā ʻoe nā kānaka ʻelua ma ka hale lua o Rāhela, ma ka mokuna o ka Beniamina, ma Zeleza; a e ʻī mai lāua iā ʻoe, Ua loaʻa nā hoki āu i hele ai e ʻimi: aia hoʻi, ua pau ka manaʻo ʻana o kou makua kāne i nā hoki, a ua kaumaha ʻo ia iā ʻolua, i ka ʻī ʻana aʻe, He aha kaʻu e hana ai no kuʻu keiki?When you leave me today, you will meet two men near Rachel's tomb, at Zelzah on the border of Benjamin. They will say to you, 'The donkeys you set out to look for have been found. And now your father has stopped thinking about them and is worried about you. He is asking, "What shall I do about my son?" '
1-Sam 10:14Nīnau maila kekahi makua kāne o Saula iā ia, a i kāna kauā, I hea lā ʻolua i hele ai? ʻĪ akula kēlā, I kahi e ʻimi ai i nā hoki: a ʻike māua, ʻaʻole, hele māua i o Samuʻela lā.Now Saul's uncle asked him and his servant, "Where have you been?" "Looking for the donkeys," he said. "But when we saw they were not to be found, we went to Samuel."
1-Sam 10:16ʻĪ akula ʻo Saula i kekahi makua kāne ona, Ua haʻi maopopo mai ia iā māua i ka loaʻa ʻana o nā hoki. Akā, ʻo ka mea no ke aupuni a Samuʻela i ʻōlelo ai, ʻaʻole ia i haʻi aku iā ia.Saul replied, "He assured us that the donkeys had been found." But he did not tell his uncle what Samuel had said about the kingship.
1-Sam 12:3Eia hoʻi wau: e hōʻike mai ʻoukou iaʻu i mua o Iēhova, a i mua hoʻi o kona mea i poni ʻia; ʻo ka bipi a wai kaʻu i lawe ai? A ʻo ka hoki a wai kaʻu i kāʻili ai? Kā wai lā kaʻu i ʻālunu ai? ʻO wai lā kaʻu i hoʻokaumaha ai? Ma ka lima o wai kaʻu i lawe ai i ke kīpē i hūnā ai koʻu maka iā ia? A e hoʻihoʻi aku au ia mea iā ʻoukou.Here I stand. Testify against me in the presence of the LORD and his anointed. Whose ox have I taken? Whose donkey have I taken? Whom have I cheated? Whom have I oppressed? From whose hand have I accepted a bribe to make me shut my eyes? If I have done any of these, I will make it right."
1-Sam 15:3ʻĀnō hoʻi e hele ʻoe, a e luku aku i ka ʻAmeleka, a e luku aku i ko lākou mea a pau loa, mai minamina iā lākou; akā, e luku aku i ke kāne a me ka wahine, i ke keiki a me ka mea omo waiū, i ka bipi a me ka hipa, i ke kāmelo a me ka hoki.Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.' "
1-Sam 16:20Lawe aʻela ʻo Iese i ka hoki, me ka berena, a me ka hue waina, a me kahi keiki kao, a hoʻouna akula ma ka lima o Dāvida, kāna keiki, i o Saula lā.So Jesse took a donkey loaded with bread, a skin of wine and a young goat and sent them with his son David to Saul.
1-Sam 22:19A luku akula ʻo ia iā Noba ke kūlanakauhale o nā kāhuna me ka maka o ka pahi kaua; ʻo nā kānaka, ʻo nā wāhine, ʻo nā kamaliʻi, ʻo nā mea omo waiū, ʻo nā bipi, ʻo nā hoki, a me nā hipa, me ka maka o ka pahi kaua.He also put to the sword Nob, the town of the priests, with its men and women, its children and infants, and its cattle, donkeys and sheep.
1-Sam 25:18A laila lalelale aʻela ʻo ʻAbigaila, a lawe akula i ʻelua haneri paʻi berena, a i ʻelua hue waina, a me nā hipa ʻelima i hoʻomākaukau ʻia, a me nā ipu huapalaoa ʻelima i pūlehu ʻia, a i hoʻokahi haneri paʻi hua waina maloʻo, a i ʻelua haneri paʻi hua fiku maloʻo, a kau aʻela ma luna o nā hoki.Abigail lost no time. She took two hundred loaves of bread, two skins of wine, five dressed sheep, five seahs of roasted grain, a hundred cakes of raisins and two hundred cakes of pressed figs, and loaded them on donkeys.
1-Sam 25:20A i kona holo ʻana ma luna o ka hoki a hiki ma kahi malu o ka mauna, aia hoʻi ʻo Dāvida a me kona poʻe kānaka e iho mai ana e hālāwai me ia, a hālāwai akula ia me lākou.As she came riding her donkey into a mountain ravine, there were David and his men descending toward her, and she met them.
1-Sam 25:23A ʻike akula ʻo ʻAbigaila iā Dāvida, lele koke ihola ia mai luna mai o ka hoki, a hāʻule i lalo ke alo i mua o Dāvida, a kūlou ihola ma ka honua.When Abigail saw David, she quickly got off her donkey and bowed down before David with her face to the ground.
1-Sam 25:42A kū koke aʻela ʻo ʻAbigaila, a hoʻoholo ma luna o ka hoki me kona mau wāhine ʻelima i hele ma hope ona; a hahai akula ia ma hope o nā ʻelele a Dāvida, a lilo ia i wahine nāna.Abigail quickly got on a donkey and, attended by her five maids, went with David's messengers and became his wife.
1-Sam 27:9A luku akula ʻo Dāvida i ka ʻāina, ʻaʻole i koe kekahi kanaka, ʻaʻole hoʻi kekahi wahine e ola ana, a lawe aʻela ia i nā hipa, a me nā bipi, a me nā hoki, a me nā kāmelo, me ka lole, a hoʻi akula a hiki i o ʻAkisa lā.Whenever David attacked an area, he did not leave a man or woman alive, but took sheep and cattle, donkeys and camels, and clothes. Then he returned to Achish.
2-Sam 13:29A hana akula nā kauā a ʻAbesaloma iā ʻAmenona, e like me kā ʻAbesaloma i kauoha ai: a laila kū aʻela nā keiki kāne a pau a ke aliʻi, eʻe akula kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka ma luna o kona hoki, a holo akula.So Absalom's men did to Amnon what Absalom had ordered. Then all the king's sons got up, mounted their mules and fled.
2-Sam 16:1A hala iki akula ʻo Dāvida mai kahi kiʻekiʻe o ka puʻu aku, aia hoʻi, hālāwai maila me ia ʻo Ziba ke kauā a Mepiboseta, me nā hoki ʻelua i hoʻēʻe ʻia e nā noho, a ma luna iho o lāua ʻelua haneri paʻi berena, me nā hui waina maloʻo he haneri, me nā ʻope hua fiku maloʻo he haneri, a me kekahi hue waina.When David had gone a short distance beyond the summit, there was Ziba, the steward of Mephibosheth, waiting to meet him. He had a string of donkeys saddled and loaded with two hundred loaves of bread, a hundred cakes of raisins, a hundred cakes of figs and a skin of wine.
2-Sam 16:2Nīnau akula ke aliʻi iā Ziba, I mea aha kēia mau mea iā ʻoe? ʻĪ maila ʻo Ziba, ʻO nā hoki, no nā ʻōhua o ke aliʻi ia e holo ia; a ʻo ka berena a me ka hua maloʻo, na nā kānaka ʻōpiopio ia e ʻai ai; a ʻo ka waina, no ka poʻe nāwaliwali ia e inu ai ma ka wao nahele.The king asked Ziba, "Why have you brought these?" Ziba answered, "The donkeys are for the king's household to ride on, the bread and fruit are for the men to eat, and the wine is to refresh those who become exhausted in the desert."
2-Sam 17:23A ʻike akula ʻo ʻAhitopela, ʻaʻole i hana ʻia e like me kāna ʻōlelo aʻo, hoʻēʻe akula ia i ka noho ma luna o kona hoki, kū aʻela ia, hoʻi hou akula ia i kona wahi, i kona hale iho, i kona kūlanakauhale, a kauoha akula no ko ka hale ona, a kāʻawe ihola iā ia iho, a make; a ua kanu ʻia ʻo ia ma ka hale kupapaʻu o kona makua kāne.When Ahithophel saw that his advice had not been followed, he saddled his donkey and set out for his house in his hometown. He put his house in order and then hanged himself. So he died and was buried in his father's tomb.
2-Sam 18:9A hālāwai aʻela ʻo ʻAbesaloma me nā kauā a Dāvida. A holo aʻela ʻo ʻAbesaloma ma luna o ka hoki, a hele akula ka hoki ma lalo o nā lālā pilikia o kekahi lāʻau ʻoka nui, a hihia aʻela kona poʻo i ka lāʻau, a kaulia ʻo ia ma waena o ka lani a ʻo ka honua, a hele akula ka hoki mai lalo aku ona.Now Absalom happened to meet David's men. He was riding his mule, and as the mule went under the thick branches of a large oak, Absalom's head got caught in the tree. He was left hanging in midair, while the mule he was riding kept on going.
2-Sam 19:26ʻĪ maila kēlā, E kuʻu haku, e ke aliʻi, ua hoʻopunipuni mai kuʻu kauā iaʻu: no ka mea, ʻī akula kāu kauā, e hoʻēʻe aku nō au i ka noho ma luna o ka hoki noʻu, i holo ai au ma luna, a hele aku i ke aliʻi; no ka mea, he ʻoʻopa kāu kauā.He said, "My lord the king, since I your servant am lame, I said, 'I will have my donkey saddled and will ride on it, so I can go with the king.' But Ziba my servant betrayed me.
1-Nāal 1:33ʻĪ maila hoʻi ke aliʻi iā lākou, E lawe pū me ʻoukou i nā kauā a ko ʻoukou haku, a e hoʻoholo iā Solomona kaʻu keiki ma luna iho o kuʻu hoki, a e lawe iā ia i Gihona.he said to them: "Take your lord's servants with you and set Solomon my son on my own mule and take him down to Gihon.
1-Nāal 1:38A laila hele akula Zadoka ke kahuna, a me Natana ke kāula, a me Benaia ke keiki a Iehoiada, a me nā Kereta a me nā Pelita a hoʻoholo lākou iā Solomona ma luna o ka hoki o ke aliʻi ʻo Dāvida, a lawe aʻela lākou iā ia i Gihona.So Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, the Kerethites and the Pelethites went down and put Solomon on King David's mule and escorted him to Gihon.
1-Nāal 1:44A ua hoʻouna ke aliʻi me ia iā Zadoka ke kahuna, a me Natana ke kāula, a me Benaia ke keiki a Iehoiada, a me nā Kereta, a me nā Pelita, a ua hoʻoholo lākou iā ia ma luna o ka hoki a ke aliʻi.The king has sent with him Zadok the priest, Nathan the prophet, Benaiah son of Jehoiada, the Kerethites and the Pelethites, and they have put him on the king's mule,
1-Nāal 2:40Kū aʻela hoʻi ʻo Simei, a kau akula i ka noho lio ma luna o kona hoki a holo akula i Gata, iā ʻAkisa e ʻimi ana i kāna mau kauā; a holo no Simei a hoʻihoʻi mai i kāna mau kauā mai Gata mai.At this, he saddled his donkey and went to Achish at Gath in search of his slaves. So Shimei went away and brought the slaves back from Gath.
1-Nāal 10:25Halihali maila lākou kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona makana, nā ipu kālā, nā ipu gula, nā kapa komo, nā mea kaua, nā mea ʻala, nā lio, nā hoki, pēlā i kēlā makahiki kēia makahiki.Year after year, everyone who came brought a gift--articles of silver and gold, robes, weapons and spices, and horses and mules.
1-Nāal 13:13ʻĪ akula hoʻi ʻo ia i kāna mau keiki, E kau aku i ka noho lio ma luna o ka hoki noʻu. Kau akula hoʻi lākou i ka noho ma luna o ka hoki nona, a holo ʻo ia ma luna iho.So he said to his sons, "Saddle the donkey for me." And when they had saddled the donkey for him, he mounted it
1-Nāal 13:23Eia hoʻi kekahi, ma hope iho o kāna ʻai ʻana i ka berena, a ma hope iho o kona inu ʻana, kau akula ʻo ia i ka noho lio ma luna o ka hoki nona, no ke kāula āna i hoʻihoʻi mai ai.When the man of God had finished eating and drinking, the prophet who had brought him back saddled his donkey for him.
1-Nāal 13:24A hele aʻe ia, hālāwai ka liona me ia, a pepehi maila iā ia: a ua hoʻolei ʻia kona kupapaʻu ma ke alanui; a kū maila ka hoki kokoke iā ia, a ʻo ka liona kekahi i kū mai kokoke i ke kupapaʻu.As he went on his way, a lion met him on the road and killed him, and his body was thrown down on the road, with both the donkey and the lion standing beside it.
1-Nāal 13:27Kauoha aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia i kāna mau keiki, ʻī aʻela, E kau i ka noho lio ma luna o ka hoki noʻu; kau akula hoʻi lākou i ka noho lio.The prophet said to his sons, "Saddle the donkey for me," and they did so.
1-Nāal 13:28Holo akula ia a loaʻa iā ia kona kupapaʻu i hoʻolei ʻia ma ke alanui, e kū ana nō ka hoki a me ka liona kokoke i ke kupapaʻu: ʻaʻole i ʻai ka liona i ke kupapaʻu, ʻaʻole hoʻi i uhae aku i ka hoki.Then he went out and found the body thrown down on the road, with the donkey and the lion standing beside it. The lion had neither eaten the body nor mauled the donkey.
1-Nāal 13:29Hāpai aʻela ke kāula i ke kupapaʻu o ke kanaka o ke Akua, a kau akula iā ia ma luna o ka hoki, a hoʻihoʻi mai iā ia: a hoʻi mai hoʻi ke kāula ʻelemakule i ke kūlanakauhale, e uē aʻe, a e kanu hoʻi iā ia.So the prophet picked up the body of the man of God, laid it on the donkey, and brought it back to his own city to mourn for him and bury him.
1-Nāal 18:5ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ʻAhaba iā ʻObadia, E hele ʻoe ma ka ʻāina i nā kumu wai a pau, a me nā kahawai a pau; e loaʻa paha auaneʻi iā kāua ka mauʻu e mālama ai i nā lio me nā hoki i ola, o hoʻonele iā kāua iho i nā holoholona a pau.Ahab had said to Obadiah, "Go through the land to all the springs and valleys. Maybe we can find some grass to keep the horses and mules alive so we will not have to kill any of our animals."
2-Nāal 4:22Kāhea akula ia i kāna kāne, ʻī akula, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hoʻouna iaʻu nei i kekahi o nā kānaka uʻi, a me kekahi hoki, i holo aku ai au i ke kanaka o ke Akua, a hoʻi hou mai au.She called her husband and said, "Please send me one of the servants and a donkey so I can go to the man of God quickly and return."
2-Nāal 4:24Kau akula ia i ka noho ma luna o ka hoki, ʻī akula i kona kanaka uʻi, E hoʻoikaika a hele aku, mai lohi ʻoe noʻu i ka holo ʻana, ke ʻōlelo ʻole aku au iā ʻoe.She saddled the donkey and said to her servant, "Lead on; don't slow down for me unless I tell you."
2-Nāal 5:17ʻĪ akula ʻo Naʻamana, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, ʻaʻole anei e hāʻawi ʻia mai i kāu kauā ka lepo e kaumaha ai nā hoki ʻelua ke hali? No ka mea, ma kēia hope aku ʻaʻole kāu kauā e kaumaha aku i ka mōhai kuni, a me ka ʻālana i nā akua ʻē, akā, iā Iēhova wale nō."If you will not," said Naaman, "please let me, your servant, be given as much earth as a pair of mules can carry, for your servant will never again make burnt offerings and sacrifices to any other god but the LORD.
2-Nāal 6:25A ua wī nui i loko o Samaria: aia hoʻi hoʻopilikia lākou ia, a kūʻai ʻia ke poʻo o ka hoki i kanawalu sekela kālā, a hoʻokahi hapahā o ke kaba lepo manu nūnū i nā sekela kālā ʻelima.There was a great famine in the city; the siege lasted so long that a donkey's head sold for eighty shekels of silver, and a quarter of a cab of seed pods for five shekels.
2-Nāal 7:7No ia mea, kū aʻela lākou, a holo i ka wanaʻao, a haʻalele akula lākou i ko lākou mau halelewa, a me ko lākou lio, a me nā hoki o lākou, a i kahi hoʻomoana pēlā, a holo akula lākou, i ola.So they got up and fled in the dusk and abandoned their tents and their horses and donkeys. They left the camp as it was and ran for their lives.
2-Nāal 7:10A hele lākou, a kāhea aku i ke kiaʻi-puka o ke kūlanakauhale; a haʻi aku iā lākou, ʻī akula, Hele aku mākou i kahi hoʻomoana o ko Suria, aia hoʻi, ʻaʻohe kanaka ma laila, ʻaʻohe leo o ke kanaka, ʻo nā lio wale nō i nākiʻi ʻia, a me nā hoki i nākiʻi ʻia, a me nā halelewa e waiho ana pēlā.So they went and called out to the city gatekeepers and told them, "We went into the Aramean camp and not a man was there--not a sound of anyone--only tethered horses and donkeys, and the tents left just as they were."
1-ʻOihn 12:40ʻO ia hoʻi, ʻo ka poʻe e kokoke ana me lākou, a hiki aku i ka ʻIsakara, a i ka Zebuluna, a i ka Napetali, lawe maila lākou i ka berena ma luna o nā miula, a ʻo nā kāmelo, a ʻo nā hoki, a ʻo nā bipi; me ka ʻai a me ka palaoa, me nā paʻi hua fiku, a me nā paʻi hua waina, me ka waina, ka ʻaila, nā bipi a me nā hipa he nui loa: no ka mea, he ʻoliʻoli i loko o ka ʻIseraʻela.Also, their neighbors from as far away as Issachar, Zebulun and Naphtali came bringing food on donkeys, camels, mules and oxen. There were plentiful supplies of flour, fig cakes, raisin cakes, wine, oil, cattle and sheep, for there was joy in Israel.
1-ʻOihn 27:30Ma luna hoʻi o nā kāmelo, ʻo ʻObila ka ʻIsemaʻela: a ma luna o nā hoki ʻo Iedeia no Meronota:Obil the Ishmaelite was in charge of the camels. Jehdeiah the Meronothite was in charge of the donkeys.
2-ʻOihn 9:24A lawe mai lākou, kēlā mea kēia mea, i kāna makana, i nā ipu kālā, a me nā ipu gula, a me nā ʻaʻahu, a me nā mea kaua, a me nā mea ʻala, a me nā lio, a me nā hoki, he haʻawina i kēlā makahiki i kēia makahiki.Year after year, everyone who came brought a gift--articles of silver and gold, and robes, weapons and spices, and horses and mules.
2-ʻOihn 28:15A kū aʻela i luna ua poʻe kānaka lā i ʻōlelo ʻia ai ko lākou inoa, a lawe lākou i ua poʻe pio lā, a no ka waiwai pio hōʻaʻahu i ka poʻe o lākou i nele i ke kapa ʻole, a kāhiko iā lākou, a hāwele iā lākou i nā kāmaʻa, a hāʻawi i ka ʻai na lākou, a hoʻohāinu, a kāhinu iā lākou i ka ʻaila, a hoʻoeʻe i ka poʻe nāwaliwali ma luna o nā hoki, a alakaʻi iā lākou i Ieriko i ke kūlanakauhale lāʻau loulu, i ko lākou poʻe hoahānau: a hoʻi lākou i Samaria.The men designated by name took the prisoners, and from the plunder they clothed all who were naked. They provided them with clothes and sandals, food and drink, and healing balm. All those who were weak they put on donkeys. So they took them back to their fellow countrymen at Jericho, the City of Palms, and returned to Samaria.
ʻEzera 2:66A ʻo nā lio o lākou, ʻehiku haneri a me kanakolukumamāono; a ʻo nā hoki o lākou, ʻelua haneri a me kanahākumamālima.They had 736 horses, 245 mules,
Neh 7:68ʻO nā lio o lākou, ʻehiku haneri a me kanakolukumamāono; a ʻo nā hoki o lākou, ʻelua haneri a me kanahākumamālima.There were 736 horses, 245 mules,
Neh 13:15Ia mau lā, ʻike akula au ma Iuda i kekahi poʻe e hehi ana i nā lua kaomi waina i ka Sābati, a e halihali ana i nā pua, a e hoʻouka ana i nā hoki; a e lawe ana i ka waina, i nā hua waina, a me nā fiku, a me kēlā mea kēia mea kūʻai ma Ierusalema i ka Sābati: a pāpā akula au ia lā nō, i ko lākou kūʻai ʻana i ka ʻai.In those days I saw men in Judah treading winepresses on the Sabbath and bringing in grain and loading it on donkeys, together with wine, grapes, figs and all other kinds of loads. And they were bringing all this into Jerusalem on the Sabbath. Therefore I warned them against selling food on that day.
ʻEset 8:10A palapala aku nō ʻo ia ma ka inoa o ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero, a hōʻailona ihola me ke komo lima o ke aliʻi, a hoʻouna ʻo ia i ka palapala ma ka lima o ko ke aliʻi mau ʻelele ma luna o nā lio, nā mea holo ma luna o nā lio māmā, a me nā hoki maikaʻi a nā lio wahine i hānau ai.Mordecai wrote in the name of King Xerxes, sealed the dispatches with the king's signet ring, and sent them by mounted couriers, who rode fast horses especially bred for the king.
ʻEset 8:14Holo akula nā ʻelele, ka poʻe i holo ma luna o nā lio māmā, a me nā hoki maikaʻi, a ua hoʻolalelale ʻia, a ua hoʻoikaika ʻia, e ke kauoha a ke aliʻi. A kau ʻia nō hoʻi ia kānāwai ma Susana, ma ka pā kaua.The couriers, riding the royal horses, raced out, spurred on by the king's command. And the edict was also issued in the citadel of Susa.
Ioba 1:3ʻO kāna waiwai, ʻehiku tausani hipa me nā kao, ʻekolu tausani kāmelo, ʻelima haneri bipi kaulua, a ʻelima haneri hoki wahine, a he nui loa kona poʻe ʻōhua; no laila, ua ʻoi aku ke koʻikoʻi o kēia kanaka ma mua o nā kānaka a pau o ka hikina.and he owned seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, five hundred yoke of oxen and five hundred donkeys, and had a large number of servants. He was the greatest man among all the people of the East.
Ioba 1:14Hele mai kekahi ʻelele i o Ioba lā, ʻī maila, ʻO nā bipi kauō e hoʻopalau ana, a ʻo nā hoki wahine e ʻai ana ma ko lākou ʻaoʻao;a messenger came to Job and said, "The oxen were plowing and the donkeys were grazing nearby,
Ioba 6:5E uē anei ka hoki hihiu i mua o ka weuweu? A ke uō anei ka bipi ma luna o kāna mea ʻai?Does a wild donkey bray when it has grass, or an ox bellow when it has fodder?
Ioba 11:12E ake ke kanaka naʻaupō i akamai, ʻO ke kanaka i hānau naʻe me he keiki lā a ka hoki hihiu.But a witless man can no more become wise than a wild donkey's colt can be born a man.
Ioba 24:3Alakaʻi aku lākou i ka hoki kāne o ka poʻe makua ʻole; A lawe lākou i ka bipi a ka wahine kāne make i uku pānaʻi.They drive away the orphan's donkey and take the widow's ox in pledge.
Ioba 24:5Aia hoʻi, me nā hoki hihiu ma ka wao nahele, hele aku lākou i kā lākou hana; E ʻimi ana i ka mea pio; ʻO ka wao nahele ʻo ia ka ʻai na lākou, a na kā lākou poʻe keiki.Like wild donkeys in the desert, the poor go about their labor of foraging food; the wasteland provides food for their children.
Ioba 30:7Ma waena o ka nāhelehele, me he hoki lā lākou i uē ai, Ma lalo o ka lāʻau kukū lākou i hoʻākoakoa ai.They brayed among the bushes and huddled in the undergrowth.
Ioba 39:5ʻO wai lā kai hoʻokuʻu wale aku i ka hoki hihiu? ʻO wai hoʻi kai kala aʻe i nā mea paʻa o ka hoki hihiu?"Who let the wild donkey go free? Who untied his ropes?
Ioba 42:12A hoʻomaikaʻi ʻo Iēhova i ka hope o Ioba, ma mua o kona mua: no ka mea, he ʻumikumamāhā āna tausani hipa, he ʻaono tausani kāmelo, a hoʻokahi tausani kaulua bipi, a hoʻokahi tausani hoki wahine.The LORD blessed the latter part of Job's life more than the first. He had fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen and a thousand donkeys.
Hal 32:9Mai hoʻohālike ʻoukou me ka lio a me ka hoki, nā mea ʻike ʻole; E pono ke kāohi ʻia kona waha me ka hao waha, a me ke kaula waha, o hele kokoke ia iā ʻoe.Do not be like the horse or the mule, which have no understanding but must be controlled by bit and bridle or they will not come to you.
Hal 104:11Hoʻohāinu nō lākou i nā holoholona a pau o ke kula A hoʻoana nō hoʻi nā hoki hihiu i ko lākou make wai.They give water to all the beasts of the field; the wild donkeys quench their thirst.
Sol 26:3I mea hahau no ka lio, i kaula waha no ka hoki, I lāʻau hahau hoʻi no ke kua o nā mea lapuwale.A whip for the horse, a halter for the donkey, and a rod for the backs of fools!
ʻIsaia 1:3Ua ʻike nō ka bipi i kona haku, A ʻo ka hoki hoʻi i kahi hānai o kona kahu: ʻO ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole ia i ʻike mai, ʻAʻole i mālama koʻu poʻe kānaka.The ox knows his master, the donkey his owner's manger, but Israel does not know, my people do not understand."
ʻIsaia 21:7A ʻike ihola ʻo ia, he mau holo lio kaua pālua, He holo hoki, a he holo kāmelo; Hoʻoikaika loa ihola ʻo ia e hoʻolohe aku:When he sees chariots with teams of horses, riders on donkeys or riders on camels, let him be alert, fully alert."
ʻIsaia 30:6Ua kaumaha nā holoholona o ke kūkulu hema, ʻO nā mea hali, no ka ʻāina e kaniʻuhū ai, a e ʻeha ai hoʻi, Ma kahi o ka liona wahine, a me ka liona kāne, Ka moʻo niho ʻawa, a me ka moʻo lele; Lawe nō lākou i ko lākou waiwai ma ke kua o nā hoki ʻōpiopio, A me ko lākou ukana hoʻi, ma nā puʻu o nā kāmelo, E lilo i nā kānaka kōkua ʻole iā lākou.An oracle concerning the animals of the Negev: Through a land of hardship and distress, of lions and lionesses, of adders and darting snakes, the envoys carry their riches on donkeys' backs, their treasures on the humps of camels, to that unprofitable nation,
ʻIsaia 30:24ʻO nā bipi kauō hoʻi, a me nā hoki ʻōpiopio, Nā mea i hana ma ka ʻāina, E ʻai nō lākou i ka ʻai i miko i ka paʻakai, Ka mea i peʻahi ʻia i ka peʻahi a me ke kānana.The oxen and donkeys that work the soil will eat fodder and mash, spread out with fork and shovel.
ʻIsaia 32:14No ka mea, e haʻalele ʻia nā hale aliʻi, A e neoneo nō hoʻi ke kūlanakauhale o nā kānaka lehulehu; ʻO ka puʻu a me ka hale kiaʻi e lilo nō i ana mau loa, I mea hoʻi e ʻoliʻoli ai nā hoki hihiu, I wahi hoʻi e hānai ai i nā holoholona;The fortress will be abandoned, the noisy city deserted; citadel and watchtower will become a wasteland forever, the delight of donkeys, a pasture for flocks,
ʻIsaia 32:20E pōmaikaʻi auaneʻi ʻoukou, ka poʻe lūlū hua ma nā wahi wai nui, Ma kahi i hoʻouna ʻia ai ka bipi kaulua a me ka hoki.how blessed you will be, sowing your seed by every stream, and letting your cattle and donkeys range free.
ʻIsaia 66:20A e lawe mai nō lākou i ko ʻoukou poʻe hoahānau a pau, Mai loko mai o nā ʻāina a pau, i mōhai no Iēhova, Ma luna o nā lio, a ma loko o nā kaʻa kaua, a ma nā mānele, A ma nā hoki, a me nā kāmelo māmā, a i koʻu mauna hoʻāno i Ierusalema, wahi a Iēhova; E like me nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i lawe mai ai i ka mōhai ma loko o ka ipu maʻemaʻe, A i ka hale o Iēhova.And they will bring all your brothers, from all the nations, to my holy mountain in Jerusalem as an offering to the LORD--on horses, in chariots and wagons, and on mules and camels," says the LORD. "They will bring them, as the Israelites bring their grain offerings, to the temple of the LORD in ceremonially clean vessels.
Ier 2:24He hoki hihiu hoʻi, ua maʻa ma ka wao nahele, e haʻu ana i ka makani no kona makemake iho. Iā ia e lapa kāne ai, ʻo wai ka mea hiki ke hoʻohuli aku iā ia? ʻO ka poʻe a pau e ʻimi ana iā ia, ʻaʻole lākou e hoʻomāloʻeloʻe iā lākou iho, no ka mea, a hiki i kona mahina, loaʻa nō ia iā lākou.a wild donkey accustomed to the desert, sniffing the wind in her craving-- in her heat who can restrain her? Any males that pursue her need not tire themselves; at mating time they will find her.
Ier 14:6Kū maila hoʻi nā hoki hihiu ma nā wahi kiʻekiʻe; haʻu aʻela lākou i ka makani e like me nā ʻīlio hae; pau ihola nō hoʻi ko lākou mau maka, no ka mea, ʻaʻohe mauʻu.Wild donkeys stand on the barren heights and pant like jackals; their eyesight fails for lack of pasture."
Ier 22:19E kanu ʻia nō ia me ke kanu ʻana o ka hoki, i huki ʻia a kiola ʻia aku ma waho aku o nā puka pā o Ierusalema.He will have the burial of a donkey-- dragged away and thrown outside the gates of Jerusalem."
ʻEzek 23:20No ka mea, ua hauʻoli ʻo ia i kāna mau ipo, ʻo ko lākou ʻiʻo he like me ka ʻiʻo o nā hoki, a ʻo ko lākou kahe ʻana ua like me ko nā lio kahe ʻana.There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.
ʻEzek 27:14ʻO ko ka ʻohana a Togarema ua kālepa mai, ma kou mau wahi i kālepa ai, me nā lio, nā holo lio, a me nā hoki." 'Men of Beth Togarmah exchanged work horses, war horses and mules for your merchandise.
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.
Hos 8:9No ka mea, ua piʻi aʻela lākou i ʻAsuria, me he hoki hihiu, ʻo ia wale nō! Ua hoʻolimalima ʻo ʻEperaima i nā mea aloha.For they have gone up to Assyria like a wild donkey wandering alone. Ephraim has sold herself to lovers.
Zek 9:9E hauʻoli nui, e ke kaikamahine o Ziona, E hoʻōho ʻoliʻoli, e ke kaikamahine o Ierusalema; Aia hoʻi, e hele mai ana kou aliʻi i ou lā: He hoʻopono, a he hoʻōla nō kona; He akahai nō, a e noho ana ma luna o ka hoki, ʻo ke keiki hoʻi a ka hoki.Rejoice greatly, O Daughter of Zion! Shout, Daughter of Jerusalem! See, your king comes to you, righteous and having salvation, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.
Zek 14:15A pēlā hoʻi ka maʻi ʻana o nā lio, ʻo nā hoki, ʻo nā kāmelo, ʻo nā miula, a ʻo nā holoholona a pau, I loko o kahi a lākou e hoʻomoana ai, e like me kēlā maʻi.A similar plague will strike the horses and mules, the camels and donkeys, and all the animals in those camps.

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