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holo

1. vi.
  • to run, sail, ride, go;
  • to flow, as water;
  • to run, as for political office;
  • to slide, as an avalanche; landslide;
  • fleet, fast; double time;
  • to fare, progress.
cf.
  holoholo, to go for a walk, ride, or sail; to go out for pleasure, stroll, promenade
  holo i mua, to progress, advance, surpass, go ahead; progress, advancement; successful
  holo lio, to ride horseback; horseman, rider
  holomoku, sailor, passenger, anyone who sails; to sail, take a sail or ocean trip

2. n. see:
  • māmā holo, speed, velocity
  • ʻai holo, touchdown, in football
3. vs. decided, determined, agreed upon, settled, approved, passed, enacted.
4. n. noose.
5. n. running hula step to the side; similar to kāholo except that the feet are not necessarily brought together
6. n. a long bundle, as of hard poi.
7. vt. to sew, as a break in a gourd calabash.
8. n. holes in edge of a canoe, through which lashings were passed to hold a canoe cover in place.
9. n. diagonal pole or strut attached to the inner side of the roof framework and extending obliquely from the upper end of a rafter at one corner to the lower end of the rafter at the other corner.
10. n. loss of a pebble in the kōnane game.
11. n. hall.

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Mat 2:13A hala akula lākou, aia hoʻi, ʻikea akula ka ʻānela a ka Haku e Iosepa i ka moeʻuhane, ʻī maila, E ala, e lawe i ke keiki a me kona makuahine, a holo aku i ʻAigupita; ma laila e noho ai, a ʻōlelo hou aku au iā ʻoe; no ka mea, e ʻimi mai ana ʻo Herode i ke keiki, e pepehi iā ia.When they had gone, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream. "Get up," he said, "take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt. Stay there until I tell you, for Herod is going to search for the child to kill him."
Mat 2:14Ala aʻela ia, lawe aʻela i ke keiki a me kona makuahine i ka pō, a holo akula i ʻAigupita;So he got up, took the child and his mother during the night and left for Egypt,
Mat 3:7A ʻike akula ia, he nui nā Parisaio a me nā Sadukaio i hele mai e bapetizo ʻia ai e ia, ʻī akula ʻo ia iā lākou, E ka hanauna moʻo niho ʻawa, na wai ʻoukou i ao aku e holo i pakele ai i ka inaina e kau mai ana?But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees coming to where he was baptizing, he said to them: "You brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the coming wrath?
Mat 8:18A ʻike aʻela ʻo Iesū, ua puni ia i ka poʻe kānaka he nui wale, kēnā maila ia e holo ma kēlā kapa.When Jesus saw the crowd around him, he gave orders to cross to the other side of the lake.
Mat 9:1Eʻe aʻela ia ma luna o ka moku, holo akula ia, a hiki akula i kona kūlanakauhale.Jesus stepped into a boat, crossed over and came to his own town.
Mat 10:23Aia hana ʻino mai lākou iā ʻoukou i loko o kekahi kūlanakauhale, e holo aku ʻoukou i kekahi; he ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻAʻole e pau ʻē nā kūlanakauhale o ka ʻIseraʻela i ke kaʻahele ʻia e ʻoukou, a hiki mai nō ke Keiki a ke kanaka.When you are persecuted in one place, flee to another. I tell you the truth, you will not finish going through the cities of Israel before the Son of Man comes.
Mat 14:13A lohe aʻela ʻo Iesū, holo kaʻawale akula ia ma ka moku i kahi nāhelehele, a lohe aʻela nā kānaka, hahai wāwae akula lākou iā ia, mai loko mai o nā kūlanakauhale.When Jesus heard what had happened, he withdrew by boat privately to a solitary place. Hearing of this, the crowds followed him on foot from the towns.
Mat 14:22A koi koke akula Iesū i kāna mau haumāna e eʻe i luna o ka moku, a e holo ʻē ma mua ma kēlā kapa, iā ia e hoʻihoʻi aku ai i ka poʻe kānaka.Immediately Jesus made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to the other side, while he dismissed the crowd.
Mat 14:34Holo akula lākou, a hiki akula i ka ʻāina ʻo Genesareta.When they had crossed over, they landed at Gennesaret.
Mat 15:39A hoʻihoʻi akula ia i ua poʻe lā, eʻe akula ia ma luna o ka moku, a holo akula ma kekahi kaʻe o Magedala.After Jesus had sent the crowd away, he got into the boat and went to the vicinity of Magadan.
Mat 16:5I ka holo ʻana o kāna poʻe haumāna ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, poina ihola iā lākou ke lawe pū mai i ka berena.When they went across the lake, the disciples forgot to take bread.
Mat 24:16A laila, ʻo ka poʻe e noho ana ma Iudea, e holo lākou ma nā kuahiwi.then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.
Mat 24:20E pule hoʻi ʻoukou, i holo ʻole ai ʻoukou i ka wā hoʻoilo, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ka lā Sābati.Pray that your flight will not take place in winter or on the Sabbath.
Mat 26:56Ua hana ʻia kēia mau mea a pau i kō ai nā palapala a ka poʻe kāula. A laila, haʻalele ihola nā haumāna a pau iā ia, a holo akula.But this has all taken place that the writings of the prophets might be fulfilled." Then all the disciples deserted him and fled.
Mat 27:48Holo koke akula kekahi o lākou, lālau aʻela i ka huʻahuʻa kai, hoʻoʻū ihola i ka vīnega, kau akula ia ma ka ʻohe, a hāʻawi akula iā ia e inu.Immediately one of them ran and got a sponge. He filled it with wine vinegar, put it on a stick, and offered it to Jesus to drink.
Mat 28:8Hoʻi koke akula lāua i waho o ka hale kupapaʻu me ka makaʻu a me ka ʻoliʻoli nui; a holo akula lāua e haʻi aku i nā haumāna āna.So the women hurried away from the tomb, afraid yet filled with joy, and ran to tell his disciples.
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 5:1A laila, holo aʻela lākou i kēlā kapa o ka moana wai i ka ʻāina ʻo Gadara.They went across the lake to the region of the Gerasenes.
Mar 5:6I kona ʻike ʻana iā Iesū ma kahi mamao aku, holo aʻela ia a moe ihola i mua ona;When he saw Jesus from a distance, he ran and fell on his knees in front of him.
Mar 5:13ʻAe koke aʻela Iesū iā lākou. A laila, puka akula nā ʻuhane ʻino i waho, a komo akula i loko o nā puaʻa; a holo kikī ihola lākou i lalo ma kahi pali, i loko o ka moana wai, (ʻelua paha tausani lākou,) a make ihola i loko o ka wai.He gave them permission, and the evil spirits came out and went into the pigs. The herd, about two thousand in number, rushed down the steep bank into the lake and were drowned.
Mar 5:14Holo akula ka poʻe i hānai iā lākou, a haʻi aʻela ma ke kūlanakauhale, a ma nā kauhale; a haele aʻela lākou i waho, e ʻike i nā mea i hana ʻia ai.Those tending the pigs ran off and reported this in the town and countryside, and the people went out to see what had happened.
Mar 6:32Holo kaʻawale akula lākou ma ka moku, a i kahi mehameha.So they went away by themselves in a boat to a solitary place.
Mar 6:33ʻIke aʻela nā kānaka i ko lākou holo ʻana, a he nui nō hoʻi nā mea i hoʻomaopopo iā ia, holo wāwae akula lākou mai nā kūlanakauhale aku, a hiki mua akula lākou a ʻākoakoa ihola i ona lā.But many who saw them leaving recognized them and ran on foot from all the towns and got there ahead of them.
Mar 6:45A hoʻolale mai Iesū i kāna mau haumāna, e eʻe lākou i luna o ka moku, e holo mua i kēlā kapa, i Betesaida, a hoʻokuʻu aku ia i ka ʻaha kanaka.Immediately Jesus made his disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to Bethsaida, while he dismissed the crowd.
Mar 6:53Holo pū akula lākou a hiki aku i ka ʻāina i Genesareta, a pae aʻela.When they had crossed over, they landed at Gennesaret and anchored there.
Mar 6:55Holo lākou ma ia ʻāina a puni, a hoʻomaka e halihali ma nā wahi moe i ka poʻe maʻi i nā wahi a lākou i lohe ai, e noho ana ʻo Iesū.They ran throughout that whole region and carried the sick on mats to wherever they heard he was.
Mar 8:10A laila, eʻe pū akula ia me kāna poʻe haumāna i luna o ka moku, a holo aʻela i nā mokuna ʻo Dalamanuta.he got into the boat with his disciples and went to the region of Dalmanutha.
Mar 8:13Haʻalele ihola ʻo ia iā lākou, eʻe hou akula ma luna o ka moku, a holo akula i kēlā kapa.Then he left them, got back into the boat and crossed to the other side.
Mar 9:15A ʻike akula nā kānaka a pau loa iā ia, pīhoihoi iho lākou, holo kikī akula, a aloha akula iā ia.As soon as all the people saw Jesus, they were overwhelmed with wonder and ran to greet him.
Mar 10:17I kona hele ʻana aku ma ke alaloa, holo kikī aʻela kekahi i ona lā, kukuli ihola i mua ona, ʻī aʻela, E ke Kumu maikaʻi ē, he aha lā kaʻu mea e hana ai, i loaʻa iaʻu ke ola loa?As Jesus started on his way, a man ran up to him and fell on his knees before him. "Good teacher," he asked, "what must I do to inherit eternal life?"
Mar 13:14A ʻike aku ʻoukou i ka mea haumia e hoʻoneoneo ana, i ʻōlelo ʻia mai ai e Daniʻela, e ke kāula, e kū ana i kahi pono ʻole, (ʻO ka mea heluhelu, e hoʻomaopopo ʻo ia,) a laila, ʻo ka poʻe e noho ana ma Iudea, e holo lākou i kuahiwi."When you see 'the abomination that causes desolation' standing where it does not belong--let the reader understand--then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains.
Mar 14:50Haʻalele akula kāna poʻe haumāna a pau iā ia, holo akula.Then everyone deserted him and fled.
Mar 14:52Haʻalele ihola ia i ke kapa olonā, a holo kohana akula, mai o lākou aku.he fled naked, leaving his garment behind.
Mar 15:36Holo akula kekahi, a hoʻomaʻū i ka huʻahuʻakai i ka vīnega, kau ihola ma ka ʻohe, a hāʻawi aku iā ia e inu, ʻī aʻela, Alia; i ʻike kākou inā paha e hele mai ʻo ʻElia e wehe iā ia.One man ran, filled a sponge with wine vinegar, put it on a stick, and offered it to Jesus to drink. "Now leave him alone. Let's see if Elijah comes to take him down," he said.
Mar 16:8Hele aku lākou i waho, a holo mai ka hale kupapaʻu aku; a haʻalulu lākou me ka weliweli; ʻaʻole naʻe lākou i haʻi i kekahi, no ka mea, ua makaʻu lākou.Trembling and bewildered, the women went out and fled from the tomb. They said nothing to anyone, because they were afraid.
Luka 3:7A laila ʻōlelo maila ʻo ia i nā ʻaha kanaka i hele aku i ona lā e bapetizo ʻia e ia, E ka poʻe hanauna moʻo niho ʻawa, na wai ʻoukou i ao aku e holo i pakele ai i ka inaina e kau mai ana?John said to the crowds coming out to be baptized by him, "You brood of vipers! Who warned you to flee from the coming wrath?
Luka 5:7Peʻahi akula lākou i nā hoa lawehana ma kekahi moku, e holo mai e kōkua iā lākou; holo maila lākou a hoʻopiha ia mau moku a ʻelua, a kokoke loa e komo.So they signaled their partners in the other boat to come and help them, and they came and filled both boats so full that they began to sink.
Luka 8:22Eia kekahi, i kekahi lā, eʻe aʻela ia me kāna mau haumāna, ma ka moku; a ʻī maila ʻo ia iā lākou, E holo kākou ma kēlā kapa o ka moana wai. A holo akula lākou.One day Jesus said to his disciples, "Let's go over to the other side of the lake." So they got into a boat and set out.
Luka 8:23A i ko lākou holo ʻana aku, hiamoe ihola ia; a nou mai ka makani me ka ʻino ma luna o ka moana wai, a piha aʻela lākou i ka wai, ʻaneʻane e make.As they sailed, he fell asleep. A squall came down on the lake, so that the boat was being swamped, and they were in great danger.
Luka 8:33A hele akula nā daimonio i waho o ua kanaka lā, a komo akula i loko o ka poʻe puaʻa; a holo kikī ihola ka poʻe puaʻa ma kahi pali, i lalo i ka moana wai, a ʻumi ʻia ka hanu.When the demons came out of the man, they went into the pigs, and the herd rushed down the steep bank into the lake and was drowned.
Luka 15:20A ʻeu aʻela ia a hele mai i kona makua kāne: a iā ia i kahi lōʻihi aku, ʻike akula kona makua kāne iā ia, hū aʻela kona aloha, holo akula ia, ʻapo akula i kona ʻāʻī, a honi akula iā ia.So he got up and went to his father. "But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and was filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son, threw his arms around him and kissed him.
Luka 19:4Holo aʻela hoʻi ia ma mua, piʻi aʻela i luna ma ka lāʻau sukomorea e ʻike iā ia, i kona hele ʻana aʻe ma laila.So he ran ahead and climbed a sycamore-fig tree to see him, since Jesus was coming that way.
Luka 19:36A i kona holo ʻana aku, hohola ihola lākou i ko lākou mau kapa ma ke alanui.As he went along, people spread their cloaks on the road.
Luka 21:21A laila ʻo ka poʻe ma Iudea, e holo lākou i nā mauna; a ʻo ka poʻe ma loko ona, e holo lākou ma waho; a ʻo ka poʻe ma nā ʻāina, mai komo lākou i loko ona.Then let those who are in Judea flee to the mountains, let those in the city get out, and let those in the country not enter the city.
Luka 24:12Kū aʻela ʻo Petero i luna, a holo akula i ka lua kupapaʻu, kūlou ia i lalo, a ʻike akula i ka lole olonā wale nō e waiho ana, hele hoʻi ia mai laila aku e haʻohaʻo ana i ka mea i hana ʻia.Peter, however, got up and ran to the tomb. Bending over, he saw the strips of linen lying by themselves, and he went away, wondering to himself what had happened.
Ioane 6:1Ma hope iho holo akula ʻo Iesū ma kēlā kapa o ka moana wai ʻo Galilaia, ʻo ia ʻo Tiberia.Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea of Tiberias),
Ioane 6:17Eʻe akula lākou ma luna o ka moku, holo akula i kēlā kapa o ka moana wai ma Kaperenauma: a pōʻeleʻele ihola, ʻaʻole ʻo Iesū i hiki mai i o lākou lā.where they got into a boat and set off across the lake for Capernaum. By now it was dark, and Jesus had not yet joined them.
Ioane 6:21A laila ʻoliʻoli lākou i kona eʻe ʻana i luna o ka moku; a hikiwawe akula ka moku ma ka ʻāina, kahi i holo ai lākou.Then they were willing to take him into the boat, and immediately the boat reached the shore where they were heading.
Ioane 6:22Ia lā aku, ʻo ka ʻaha kanaka e kū ana ma kēlā kapa o ka moana wai, ʻike aʻela lākou, ʻaʻole moku ʻē aʻe ma laila, ʻo ka mea wale nō a kāna poʻe haumāna i eʻe aku ai, ʻaʻole naʻe i eʻe pū ʻo Iesū me kāna poʻe haumāna ma luna o ka moku, ʻo kāna poʻe haumāna wale nō i holo;The next day the crowd that had stayed on the opposite shore of the lake realized that only one boat had been there, and that Jesus had not entered it with his disciples, but that they had gone away alone.
Ioane 6:23Akā hoʻi, holo maila nā moku mai Tiberia mai, kokoke ma kahi i ʻai ai lākou i ka berena, ma hope iho o ko ka Haku hoʻomaikai ʻana aku.Then some boats from Tiberias landed near the place where the people had eaten the bread after the Lord had given thanks.
Ioane 6:24A ʻike aʻela ka ʻaha kanaka, ʻaʻole ʻo Iesū ma laila, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāna poʻe haumāna, eʻe akula lākou i luna o nā moku, holo akula i Kaperenauma e ʻimi ana iā Iesū:Once the crowd realized that neither Jesus nor his disciples were there, they got into the boats and went to Capernaum in search of Jesus.
Ioane 9:22ʻŌlelo maila kona mau mākua pēlā, no ka makaʻu i ka poʻe Iudaio; no ka mea, ua holo ʻē ka manaʻo o ka poʻe Iudaio, inā paha e hōʻoiaʻiʻo mai kekahi, ʻo ia ka Mesia, e kipaku ʻia ʻo ia i waho o ka hale hālāwai.His parents said this because they were afraid of the Jews, for already the Jews had decided that anyone who acknowledged that Jesus was the Christ would be put out of the synagogue.
Ioane 10:5ʻAʻole lākou e hahai aku i ke kanaka ʻē, akā, e holo lākou mai ona aku lā; no ka mea, ʻaʻole lākou i hoʻomaopopo i ka leo o nā kānaka ʻē.But they will never follow a stranger; in fact, they will run away from him because they do not recognize a stranger's voice."
Ioane 10:12Akā, ʻo ke kanaka i hoʻolimalima ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi ke kahu, ʻaʻole hoʻi nāna ponoʻī nā hipa, ʻike aku nō ia i ka ʻīlio hae e hele mai ana, a laila haʻalele aku ia i nā hipa, a holo akula; a hopu maila ka ʻīlio hae iā lākou, a hoʻopuehu akula i ka poʻe hipa.The hired hand is not the shepherd who owns the sheep. So when he sees the wolf coming, he abandons the sheep and runs away. Then the wolf attacks the flock and scatters it.
Ioane 10:13Holo nō hoʻi ka hoʻolimalima, no kona hoʻolimalima ʻia ʻana, ʻaʻole ʻo ia i manaʻo i nā hipa.The man runs away because he is a hired hand and cares nothing for the sheep.
Ioane 20:2No laila, holo akula ia a hiki i o Simona Petero lā, a me kekahi haumāna a Iesū i aloha ai, ʻī akula iā lāua, Ua lawe aku lākou i ka Haku mai ka hale kupapaʻu aku, ʻaʻole mākou i ʻike i kahi i waiho ai lākou iā ia.So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, "They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we don't know where they have put him!"
Ioane 20:4Holo pū akula lāua; a māmā akula ua haumāna lā iā Petero, a hiki mua i ka hale kupapaʻu.Both were running, but the other disciple outran Peter and reached the tomb first.
Ioane 21:8A holo mai nā haumāna i koe ma ka moku e kauō ana i ka ʻupena me ka iʻa, (no ka mea, ʻaʻole lōʻihi aku lākou mai ka ʻāina aku, ʻelua paha haneri kūbita.)The other disciples followed in the boat, towing the net full of fish, for they were not far from shore, about a hundred yards.
ʻOih 3:11Akā, paʻa akula ka ʻoʻopa i hoʻōla ʻia iā Petero mā lāua ʻo Ioane, a holo maila nā kānaka a pau ma ka lānai i kapa ʻia ko Solomona, me ke kāhāhā nui o ka naʻau.While the beggar held on to Peter and John, all the people were astonished and came running to them in the place called Solomon's Colonnade.
ʻOih 7:29Holo akula ʻo Mose no kēia ʻōlelo, a lilo i malihini ma ka ʻāina Midiana, ma laila i hānau ai nāna, nā keiki kāne ʻelua.When Moses heard this, he fled to Midian, where he settled as a foreigner and had two sons.
ʻOih 8:30Holo aʻela ʻo Pilipo, a lohe ihola i kāna heluhelu ʻana i kā ke kāula ʻIsaia, ʻī aʻela ia, Ua ʻike anei ʻoe i ka mea āu e heluhelu nei?Then Philip ran up to the chariot and heard the man reading Isaiah the prophet. "Do you understand what you are reading?" Philip asked.
ʻOih 12:14A ʻike ihola ia i ko Petero leo, ʻaʻole ia i wehe i ka puka no ka ʻoliʻoli, holo akula ʻo ia i loko, a haʻi akula i ke kū ʻana mai o Petero ma ke alo o ka puka.When she recognized Peter's voice, she was so overjoyed she ran back without opening it and exclaimed, "Peter is at the door!"
ʻOih 13:4Na ka ʻUhane Hemolele lāua i hoʻouna aʻe, e hele aʻela lāua i Seleukia; a ma laila aku lāua i holo ai a hiki i Kupero.The two of them, sent on their way by the Holy Spirit, went down to Seleucia and sailed from there to Cyprus.
ʻOih 13:13Holo akula ʻo Paulo mā mai Papo a hiki mai i Perege no Pamepulia: a haʻalele ʻo Ioane iā lāua, a hoʻi akula i Ierusalema.From Paphos, Paul and his companions sailed to Perga in Pamphylia, where John left them to return to Jerusalem.
ʻOih 14:14A lohe nā lunaʻōlelo, ʻo Barenaba lāua me Paulo, haehae lāua i ko lāua ʻaʻahu, a holo akula i waena o ka ʻaha kanaka, e hea aku ana,But when the apostles Barnabas and Paul heard of this, they tore their clothes and rushed out into the crowd, shouting:
ʻOih 14:26Mai laila ko lāua holo ʻana aku i ʻAnetioka i kahi o lāua i hāʻawi ʻia aku ai i ka lokomaikaʻi o ke Akua, no ka hana a lāua i hoʻopau ai.From Attalia they sailed back to Antioch, where they had been committed to the grace of God for the work they had now completed.
ʻOih 15:39No laila, hoʻopaʻapaʻa ikaika aʻela lāua, a hoʻokaʻawale ihola kekahi i kekahi; lawe pū akula ʻo Barenaba iā Mareko, a holo akula i Kupero.They had such a sharp disagreement that they parted company. Barnabas took Mark and sailed for Cyprus,
ʻOih 16:11No laila hoʻi, hoʻokuʻu ʻia mākou mai Teroa, a holo pololei akula i Samoterake, a ia lā iho, i Neapoli;From Troas we put out to sea and sailed straight for Samothrace, and the next day on to Neapolis.
ʻOih 16:27A ʻo ka luna o ka hale paʻahao, ala ihola ia, mai ka hiamoe ʻana, ʻike aʻela ua hāmama nā puka o ka hale paʻahao, unuhi akula ia i ka pahi kaua, e pepehi iā ia iho; no ka mea, manaʻo ihola ia, ua holo nā paʻahao.The jailer woke up, and when he saw the prison doors open, he drew his sword and was about to kill himself because he thought the prisoners had escaped.
ʻOih 18:18Noho ihola ʻo Paulo ma laila i kekahi mau lā, uē aʻela i nā hoahānau, holo akula ia i Suria, ʻo Perisekila lāua me ʻAkula kekahi pū me ia. Ua āmū ʻē kona poʻo ma Kenekerea, no ka mea, ua hoʻohiki ia.Paul stayed on in Corinth for some time. Then he left the brothers and sailed for Syria, accompanied by Priscilla and Aquila. Before he sailed, he had his hair cut off at Cenchrea because of a vow he had taken.
ʻOih 18:21A uē akula ia iā lākou, ʻī akula, He mea pono iaʻu ke mālama i kēia ʻahaʻaina e hiki mai ana, ma Ierusalema; akā, e hoʻi hou mai nō wau i o ʻoukou nei ke ʻae mai ke Akua. Holo akula ia, mai ʻEpeso aku.But as he left, he promised, "I will come back if it is God's will." Then he set sail from Ephesus.
ʻOih 19:16A ʻo ke kanaka ma loko ona ua ʻuhane ʻino lā, lele maila ia ma luna o lākou, a lanakila ihola ma luna o lākou, a hana ʻino maila, a holo kohana akula lākou ma waho o ia hale, ua ʻeha hoʻi.Then the man who had the evil spirit jumped on them and overpowered them all. He gave them such a beating that they ran out of the house naked and bleeding.
ʻOih 19:29Piha ihola ke kūlanakauhale a pau i ka haunaele. Hopu akula lākou iā Gaio, a me ʻArisetareko no Makedonia, he mau hoa hele no Paulo, a holo lōkahi akula lākou i ka hale kiaka.Soon the whole city was in an uproar. The people seized Gaius and Aristarchus, Paul's traveling companions from Macedonia, and rushed as one man into the theater.
ʻOih 20:3Noho ihola ma laila ʻekolu malama: a i kona kokoke ʻana e holo i Suria, hoʻohālua akula nā Iudaio iā ia, no laila, manaʻo ihola ia e hoʻi ma Makedonia aku.where he stayed three months. Because the Jews made a plot against him just as he was about to sail for Syria, he decided to go back through Macedonia.
ʻOih 20:6A ma hope iho o nā lā o ka berena hū ʻole, holo akula mākou mai Pilipi aku, pō ʻalima hiki aku mākou i o lākou lā ma Teroa; ma laila mākou i noho ai i nā lā ʻehiku.But we sailed from Philippi after the Feast of Unleavened Bread, and five days later joined the others at Troas, where we stayed seven days.
ʻOih 20:7A i ka lā mua o ka hebedoma, i ko nā haumāna ʻākoakoa ʻana e wāwahi i ka berena, kamaʻilio maila ʻo Paulo iā lākou, ua mākaukau hoʻi e holo ia kakahiaka aʻe. Hoʻolōʻihi hoʻi i ka ʻōlelo ʻana a hiki i ke aumoe.On the first day of the week we came together to break bread. Paul spoke to the people and, because he intended to leave the next day, kept on talking until midnight.
ʻOih 20:13Hele mua akula mākou ma ka moku, a holo akula i ʻAso: manaʻo ihola ma laila e hoʻēʻe iā Paulo ma loko, no ka mea, pēlā ia i kauoha mai ai, no kona makemake e hele wāwae i laila.We went on ahead to the ship and sailed for Assos, where we were going to take Paul aboard. He had made this arrangement because he was going there on foot.
ʻOih 20:14A hālāwai maila ia me mākou ma ʻAso, hoʻēʻe maila mākou iā ia, a holo ma Mitulene.When he met us at Assos, we took him aboard and went on to Mitylene.
ʻOih 20:15Holo akula mākou mai laila aku, a ao aʻe hiki ma Kio, a ia lā aʻe, hiki mākou i Samo, a noho ma Terogulio; a ia lā aʻe, hele mai mākou a Mileto.The next day we set sail from there and arrived off Kios. The day after that we crossed over to Samos, and on the following day arrived at Miletus.
ʻOih 20:16Ua paʻa nō ko Paulo manaʻo, e holo ma ʻEpeso aʻe, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kali ma ʻĀsia; no ka mea, ua wikiwiki nō ia, inā pono iā ia ke hiki i Ierusalema ma ka lā Penetekota.Paul had decided to sail past Ephesus to avoid spending time in the province of Asia, for he was in a hurry to reach Jerusalem, if possible, by the day of Pentecost.
ʻOih 21:1A i ko mākou kaʻawale ʻana aku, mai o lākou aku, eʻe akula mākou, a holo pololei maila i Ko, a ia lā aʻe, i Rode, a ma laila mai i Patara.After we had torn ourselves away from them, we put out to sea and sailed straight to Cos. The next day we went to Rhodes and from there to Patara.
ʻOih 21:2A loaʻa iā mākou kekahi moku e holo ana i Poinike, eʻe akula mākou, a holo akula.We found a ship crossing over to Phoenicia, went on board and set sail.
ʻOih 21:3A ʻike akula mākou iā Kupero, haʻalele akula mākou ia wahi ma ka lima hema, a holo akula mākou i Suria, a pae mākou ma Turo; no ka mea, ma laila e hoʻolei ʻia ai ka ukana o ka moku.After sighting Cyprus and passing to the south of it, we sailed on to Syria. We landed at Tyre, where our ship was to unload its cargo.
ʻOih 21:7A pau ko mākou holo ʻana ma ka moku, mai Turo mai, hiki mākou i Petolemai, honi akula i nā hoahānau, a noho pū ihola me lākou, hoʻokahi lā.We continued our voyage from Tyre and landed at Ptolemais, where we greeted the brothers and stayed with them for a day.
ʻOih 21:30Ua piʻoloke ke kūlanakauhale a pau, holo kikī maila nā kānaka a pau; hopu maila lākou iā Paulo, kauō akula lākou iā ia ma waho o ka luakini; papani koke ihola i nā puka.The whole city was aroused, and the people came running from all directions. Seizing Paul, they dragged him from the temple, and immediately the gates were shut.
ʻOih 21:32A lawe koke aʻela ia i nā koa, a me nā luna haneri, a holo kikī akula i o lākou lā: a ʻike mai lākou i ua luna tausani lā, a me nā koa, oki aʻela ko lākou pepehi ʻana iā Paulo.He at once took some officers and soldiers and ran down to the crowd. When the rioters saw the commander and his soldiers, they stopped beating Paul.
ʻOih 27:1A paʻa ihola ka manaʻo e holo mākou i ʻItalia, hāʻawi aʻela lākou iā Paulo, a me kekahi poʻe i paʻa pū, i kahi luna haneri, ʻo Iulio kona inoa, no ka papa koa o ʻAuguseto.When it was decided that we would sail for Italy, Paul and some other prisoners were handed over to a centurion named Julius, who belonged to the Imperial Regiment.
ʻOih 27:2A eʻe mākou i kekahi moku no ʻAderamuteno, a hemo akula me ka manaʻo e holo ma ke kapa o ʻĀsia; a ʻo ʻArisetareko, no Teselonike i Makedonia, kekahi me mākou.We boarded a ship from Adramyttium about to sail for ports along the coast of the province of Asia, and we put out to sea. Aristarchus, a Macedonian from Thessalonica, was with us.
ʻOih 27:4A hemo akula mākou mai ia wahi aku, holo mākou ma lalo o Kupero, no ka mea, pākuʻikuʻi mai ka makani.From there we put out to sea again and passed to the lee of Cyprus because the winds were against us.
ʻOih 27:5Holo aʻela mākou a hala ke kai ʻo Kilikia, a me Pamepulia, a hiki mākou ma Mura o Lukia.When we had sailed across the open sea off the coast of Cilicia and Pamphylia, we landed at Myra in Lycia.
ʻOih 27:6A ma laila loaʻa i ka luna haneri he moku no ʻAlekanederia, e holo ana i ʻItalia; hoʻēʻe aʻela ʻo ia iā mākou i loko.There the centurion found an Alexandrian ship sailing for Italy and put us on board.
ʻOih 27:7Holo lohi akula mākou i nā lā he nui loa, a hiki ʻāpuʻepuʻe mākou i Kenido, no ka mea, ʻaʻole i ʻae ʻia ka makani iā mākou, holo aʻela mākou ma lalo o Kerete, ma Salemone;We made slow headway for many days and had difficulty arriving off Cnidus. When the wind did not allow us to hold our course, we sailed to the lee of Crete, opposite Salmone.
ʻOih 27:9Ua lōʻihi loa ka manawa i hala, a ua hiki nō hoʻi ka wā pono ʻole ke holo, no ka mea, ua hala ka wā hoʻokē ʻai, a laila aʻo maila ʻo Paulo iā lākou,Much time had been lost, and sailing had already become dangerous because by now it was after the Fast. So Paul warned them,
ʻOih 27:10ʻĪ maila, E nā kānaka, ke ʻike nei au i kēia holo ʻana, e pilikia ana, a me ka lilo nui, ʻaʻole ka ukana a me ka moku wale nō, akā, ʻo ko kākou mau ola kekahi."Men, I can see that our voyage is going to be disastrous and bring great loss to ship and cargo, and to our own lives also."
ʻOih 27:12ʻAʻole hoʻi i pono loa kēlā awa i ka hoʻoilo, no ia mea, hōʻike mai ka nui i ka manaʻo e holo aku, inā paha lākou e hiki aku i Poinike i ka hoʻoilo, he awa nō ia ma Kerete e huli ana ma Liba, a me Koro.Since the harbor was unsuitable to winter in, the majority decided that we should sail on, hoping to reach Phoenix and winter there. This was a harbor in Crete, facing both southwest and northwest.
ʻOih 27:13A aniani maila ka makani, mai ke kūkulu hema mai, manaʻo ihola lākou, ua loaʻa ko lākou manaʻo, hemo akula a holo pili loko akula i Kerete.When a gentle south wind began to blow, they thought they had obtained what they wanted; so they weighed anchor and sailed along the shore of Crete.
ʻOih 27:15Punia ihola ka moku, ʻaʻole hiki ke hoʻokū i ka makani, hoʻokuʻu aʻela mākou a holo.The ship was caught by the storm and could not head into the wind; so we gave way to it and were driven along.
ʻOih 27:16A holo aʻela mākou ma lalo o kekahi ʻāina, ua kapa ʻia ʻo Kelaude, hiki ʻāpuʻepuʻe iā mākou ke paʻa iho i ka waʻapā.As we passed to the lee of a small island called Cauda, we were hardly able to make the lifeboat secure.
ʻOih 27:24ʻĪ maila ia, Mai makaʻu ʻoe, e Paulo; e pono iā ʻoe ke kū aku i mua i ke alo o Kaisara; aia hoʻi, ua hāʻawi maila ke Akua i ka poʻe a pau e holo pū ana me ʻoe nāu.and said, 'Do not be afraid, Paul. You must stand trial before Caesar; and God has graciously given you the lives of all who sail with you.'
ʻOih 27:40ʻOʻoki ihola lākou i nā heleuma, a waiho ihola i ke kai, a wehe ihola i nā kaula o ka hoe uli, a huki i ka peʻa nui i ka makani, a holo i uka.Cutting loose the anchors, they left them in the sea and at the same time untied the ropes that held the rudders. Then they hoisted the foresail to the wind and made for the beach.
ʻOih 28:10Hoʻomahalo maila lākou iā mākou, me nā mahalo ʻia he nui; a holo mākou, kau maila lākou i nā mea e pono ai.They honored us in many ways and when we were ready to sail, they furnished us with the supplies we needed.
ʻOih 28:11A hala nā malama ʻekolu, holo akula mākou ma kekahi moku no ʻAlekanederia, i kū ma ia mokupuni i ka hoʻoilo, ʻo Diosekouro ka hōʻailona.After three months we put out to sea in a ship that had wintered in the island. It was an Alexandrian ship with the figurehead of the twin gods Castor and Pollux.
ʻOih 28:13A mai laila aku mākou i holo ai a hiki i Regio, a hala kekahi lā, pā maila ka makani, mai ke kūkulu hema mai, a ia lā aʻe, hiki mākou i Puteoli:From there we set sail and arrived at Rhegium. The next day the south wind came up, and on the following day we reached Puteoli.
Roma 9:16No ia hoʻi, ʻaʻole na ka mea e makemake ana, ʻaʻole hoʻi na ka mea e holo ana, akā, na ke Akua nō, nāna i aloha mai.It does not, therefore, depend on man's desire or effort, but on God's mercy.
1-Kor 6:18E holo hoʻi ʻoukou mai loko aku o ka moekolohe. ʻO nā hewa a pau a ke kanaka e hana ai, ua kaʻawale ke kino, akā, ʻo ka mea moekolohe, ua hana hewa ia i kona kino iho.Flee from sexual immorality. All other sins a man commits are outside his body, but he who sins sexually sins against his own body.
1-Kor 9:24ʻAʻole anei ʻoukou i ʻike i ka poʻe kūkini, holo nō lākou a pau, akā, hoʻokahi wale nō e loaʻa ka uku? Ma ka loaʻa ʻoukou e kūkini ai.Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way as to get the prize.
1-Kor 9:26No ia mea, ke holo nei au me ke kūlanalana ʻole; ke mokomoko nei au, ʻaʻole hoʻi e like me ka mea e mokomoko ana i ka makani.Therefore I do not run like a man running aimlessly; I do not fight like a man beating the air.
Gal 2:2Piʻi akula au no ka hōʻike ʻia mai, a hoʻākāka akula au iā lākou i ka ʻeuanelio aʻu i haʻi aku ai i ko nā ʻāina ʻē; akā, hoʻākāka malū akula au i ka poʻe i manaʻo maikaʻi ʻia aʻe, malia o holo hewa paha auaneʻi au, a ua holo hewa paha ma mua.I went in response to a revelation and set before them the gospel that I preach among the Gentiles. But I did this privately to those who seemed to be leaders, for fear that I was running or had run my race in vain.
Gal 5:7Ua holo pono ʻoukou; na wai lā ʻoukou i keʻakeʻa, i hoʻolohe ʻole ai ʻoukou i ka ʻoiaʻiʻo?You were running a good race. Who cut in on you and kept you from obeying the truth?
Pilipi 2:16E hōʻike aku ana i ka ʻōlelo e ola ai, i ʻoliʻoli ai au i ka lā o Kristo, no kuʻu holo hewa ʻole, a me ka luhi hewa ʻole.as you hold out the word of life--in order that I may boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor for nothing.
Pilipi 3:14Ke holo ikaika aku nei au ma ka hōʻailona, i loaʻa iaʻu ka lei o ka poʻe a ke Akua i hea mai ai no luna mai ma o Kristo Iesū lā.I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.
2-Tes 3:1No nā mea i koe, e pule ʻoukou, e nā hoahānau, no mākou, i holo leʻa ai ka ʻōlelo a ka Haku, a i hoʻonani ʻia ai hoʻi, e like me ia i waena o ʻoukou;Finally, brothers, pray for us that the message of the Lord may spread rapidly and be honored, just as it was with you.
2-Tim 4:7Ua paio aku au i ka paio maikaʻi, ua hoʻopau aʻe nei au i ka holo ʻana, ua hoʻopaʻa nō hoʻi au i ka manaʻoʻiʻo:I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.
Heb 6:18Ma nā mea luli ʻole ʻelua, kahi i hiki ʻole ai i ke Akua he hoʻopunipuni, e hoʻohoihoi loa ʻia mai ai kākou ka poʻe i holo i ka puʻuhonua, e hoʻopaʻa i ka manaʻolana i waiho ʻia mai ma ko kākou alo:God did this so that, by two unchangeable things in which it is impossible for God to lie, we who have fled to take hold of the hope offered to us may be greatly encouraged.
Heb 12:1No ka mea hoʻi, ua hoʻopuni ʻia kākou e ia poʻe hōʻike he nui loa, e waiho aku kākou i nā mea kaumaha a pau, a me ka hewa e hoʻopili wale mai ana iā kākou, e holo kākou me ke ahonui i ka haʻihaʻi ʻana i hoʻomaopopo ʻia ma mua o kākou,Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.
Iak 4:7No laila, e hoʻolohe ʻoukou i ke Akua; e pale aku hoʻi i ka diabolō, a laila e holo aku ia mai o ʻoukou aku.Submit yourselves, then, to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.
1-Pet 4:4Ke kāhāhā nei nō lākou me ke kūamuamu mai i ko ʻoukou holo pū ʻole ʻana me lākou i ka hoʻomāunauna ʻino.They think it strange that you do not plunge with them into the same flood of dissipation, and they heap abuse on you.
Iuda 1:11Auē lākou! No ka mea, ua hahai lākou ma ka ʻaoʻao o Kaina, ua holo kikī lākou ma ka lalau ʻana o Balaʻama i mea e uku ʻia ai, ua hōkai ʻia ihola lākou ma ke kipi ʻana aʻe o Kora.Woe to them! They have taken the way of Cain; they have rushed for profit into Balaam's error; they have been destroyed in Korah's rebellion.
Hōʻik 9:6Ia mau lā, e ʻimi nō nā kānaka i ka make, ʻaʻole e loaʻa; a e ake nō lākou e make, a e holo nō ka make mai o lākou aku.During those days men will seek death, but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them.
Hōʻik 9:9He pale umauma nō hoʻi ko lākou, me he pale umauma hao lā ke ʻano. A ʻo ke kani ʻana o ko lākou poʻe ʻēheu, ua like ia me ka halulu ʻana o nā kaʻa kaua lio nui, e holo ana i ke kaua.They had breastplates like breastplates of iron, and the sound of their wings was like the thundering of many horses and chariots rushing into battle.
Hōʻik 12:6Holo akula ua wahine lā i ka wao nahele ma kahi a ke Akua i hoʻomākaukau ai nona, i hānai lākou iā ia ma laila i nā lā hoʻokahi tausani ʻelua haneri me kanaono.The woman fled into the desert to a place prepared for her by God, where she might be taken care of for 1,260 days.
Hōʻik 16:20Holo akula nā mokupuni a pau, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ʻike hou ʻia nā kuahiwi.Every island fled away and the mountains could not be found.
Hōʻik 20:11ʻIke akula au i ka noho aliʻi keʻokeʻo nui, a me ka mea e noho ana i luna iho, holo akula ka honua a me ka lani mai kona alo aku; ʻaʻole i loaʻa hou kahi no lāua.Then I saw a great white throne and him who was seated on it. Earth and sky fled from his presence, and there was no place for them.
Kin 1:20ʻĪ ihola ke Akua, E hoʻohua nui mai nā wai i nā mea ola e holo ana, a me nā manu e lele aʻe ma luna o ka honua, ma ka lewa ākea o ka lani.And God said, "Let the water teem with living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth across the vault of the sky."
Kin 1:21Hana ihola ke Akua i nā iʻa nui, a me nā mea ola a pau e holo ana, a ka wai i hoʻohua nui mai ai ma ko lākou ʻano iho a me nā mea ʻēheu hoʻi a pau ma ko lākou ʻano iho: a nānā ihola ke Akua, ua maikaʻi.So God created the great creatures of the sea and every living thing with which the water teems and that moves about in it, according to their kinds, and every winged bird according to its kind. And God saw that it was good.
Kin 7:18Lanakila aʻela ka wai a māhuahua loa aʻela ma luna o ka honua; a holo akula ka hale lana ma luna o ka wai.The waters rose and increased greatly on the earth, and the ark floated on the surface of the water.
Kin 7:21A make ihola nā mea ola a pau i holo ma luna o ka honua, ʻo nā manu, ʻo nā holoholona laka, ʻo nā holoholona hihiu, a ʻo nā mea kolo a pau e kolo ana ma luna o ka honua, a me nā kānaka a pau;Every living thing that moved on land perished — birds, livestock, wild animals, all the creatures that swarm over the earth, and all mankind.
Kin 14:10He nui nā lua bitumena ma ke awāwa ʻo Sidima; heʻe akula nā aliʻi o Sodoma a me Gomora, a hāʻule ihola i laila; a holo akula ka poʻe i koe ma ka mauna.Now the Valley of Siddim was full of tar pits, and when the kings of Sodom and Gomorrah fled, some of the men fell into them and the rest fled to the hills.
Kin 18:2ʻAlawa aʻela kona mau maka i luna, ʻike aʻela, aia hoʻi, kū maila nā kānaka ʻekolu i mua ona: a i kona ʻike ʻana aku, holo akula ia mai ka puka o ka halelewa aku e hālāwai me lākou, a kūlou ihola ia ma ka honua.Abraham looked up and saw three men standing nearby. When he saw them, he hurried from the entrance of his tent to meet them and bowed low to the ground.
Kin 18:7Holo akula ʻo ʻAberahama i ka ʻohana bipi, lālau akula i ka bipi keiki ʻōpiopio momona, hāʻawi akula i kekahi keiki, a wikiwiki ihola ia e kālua.Then he ran to the herd and selected a choice, tender calf and gave it to a servant, who hurried to prepare it.
Kin 19:14Hele akula ʻo Lota i waho, ʻōlelo akula i kona mau hūnōna kāne i mare me nā kaikamāhine āna, ʻī akula, E ala aʻe, e holo aku i waho o kēia wahi; no ka mea, e luku mai ana ʻo Iēhova i nēia kūlanakauhale. Akā, ua like ia i ka manaʻo o nā hūnōna kāne me ka mea hoʻomāʻewaʻewa.So Lot went out and spoke to his sons-in-law, who were pledged to marry his daughters. He said, “Hurry and get out of this place, because the Lord is about to destroy the city!” But his sons-in-law thought he was joking.
Kin 19:17I ka wā i alakaʻi aku ai lāua iā lākou i waho o ke kūlanakauhale, a laila ʻī maila ia, E holo i pakele kou ola; mai nānā i hope ou, mai kali ʻoe ma nēia wahi pāpū a pau; e holo i ka mauna, o make ʻoe.As soon as they had brought them out, one of them said, “Flee for your lives! Don’t look back, and don’t stop anywhere in the plain! Flee to the mountains or you will be swept away!”
Kin 19:19Eia hoʻi, ua loaʻa iho nei i kāu kauā ka lokomaikaʻi i mua o kou mau maka, a ua hoʻonui aʻe nei ʻoe i kou aloha āu i hōʻike mai ai iaʻu i ka hoʻōla ʻana mai iaʻu, ʻaʻole e hiki iaʻu ke holo ma ka mauna, o loaʻa iaʻu ka pōʻino, a make au.Your servant has found favor in your eyes, and you have shown great kindness to me in sparing my life. But I can’t flee to the mountains; this disaster will overtake me, and I’ll die.
Kin 19:20Eia aʻe ke kūlanakauhale, e hiki koke ke holo ma laila, a ua liʻiliʻi hoʻi ia; ʻeā, e ʻae mai iaʻu e holo ma laila, (ʻaʻole anei ia he wahi liʻiliʻi?) a e mālama ʻia kuʻu ola.Look, here is a town near enough to run to, and it is small. Let me flee to it — it is very small, isn’t it? Then my life will be spared.”
Kin 19:22E wikiwiki ʻoe e holo i laila; no ka mea, ʻaʻole e hiki iaʻu ke hana i kekahi mea, a puka aku nō ʻoe i laila. No laila, ua kapa ʻia ka inoa o ia kūlanakauhale, ʻo Zoara.But flee there quickly, because I cannot do anything until you reach it.” (That is why the town was called Zoar.)
Kin 24:17Holo akula ua kauā lā e hālāwai me ia, ʻī akula, Ē, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hō mai noʻu i wahi wai o kou bākeke e inu.The servant hurried to meet her and said, “Please give me a little water from your jar.”
Kin 24:20Wikiwiki aʻela ia, a ninini ihola i ka wai o kona bākeke i loko o ke pā, a holo hou aʻela i ka luawai e huki ai, a huki maila ia no kona poʻe kāmelo a pau.So she quickly emptied her jar into the trough, ran back to the well to draw more water, and drew enough for all his camels.
Kin 24:28Holo akula ua kaikamahine lā, a haʻi akula i ko ka hale o kona makuahine ia mau mea.The young woman ran and told her mother’s household about these things.
Kin 24:29He kaikunāne ko Rebeka, ʻo Labana kona inoa; a holo maila ʻo Labana i waho i ua kanaka lā, ma ka luawai.Now Rebekah had a brother named Laban, and he hurried out to the man at the spring.
Kin 24:61Kū aʻela ʻo Rebeka, me kona mau wāhine, holo maila lākou ma luna o nā kāmelo, e hahai ana i ua kanaka lā: a lawe aʻela ua kauā lā iā Rebeka, a hoʻi maila.Then Rebekah and her attendants got ready and mounted the camels and went back with the man. So the servant took Rebekah and left.
Kin 27:43ʻĀnō hoʻi, e kuʻu keiki, e hoʻolohe mai ʻoe i kuʻu leo; e kū aʻe ʻoe, e holo aku i o Labana lā, i kuʻu kaikunāne ma Harana:Now then, my son, do what I say: Flee at once to my brother Laban in Harran.
Kin 29:12Haʻi akula ʻo Iakoba iā Rāhela, he hoahānau ia no kona makua kāne, a he keiki na Rebeka: holo akula kēlā, a haʻi akula i kona makua kāne.He had told Rachel that he was a relative of her father and a son of Rebekah. So she ran and told her father.
Kin 29:13A lohe aʻela ʻo Labana i ka ʻōlelo no Iakoba no ke keiki kāne a kona kaikuahine, holo maila ia e hālāwai me ia, ʻapo maila iā ia, honi aʻela, a kaʻi akula iā ia i kona hale. Haʻi akula ʻo ia iā Labana ia mau mea a pau.As soon as Laban heard the news about Jacob, his sister’s son, he hurried to meet him. He embraced him and kissed him and brought him to his home, and there Jacob told him all these things.
Kin 31:27No ke aha lā ʻoe i holo malū mai ai, me ka puni mai iaʻu, ʻaʻole hoʻi i haʻi mai iaʻu, i hoʻihoʻi aku ai au iā ʻoe me ka ʻoliʻoli a me nā mele, me nā pahu kani a me nā lira?Why did you run off secretly and deceive me? Why didn’t you tell me, so I could send you away with joy and singing to the music of timbrels and harps?
Kin 31:40Pēlā wau; i ke ao, ua wela au i ka lā, a i ka pō, ua make i ke anu: a holo akula ka hiamoe mai oʻu mau maka aku.This was my situation: The heat consumed me in the daytime and the cold at night, and sleep fled from my eyes.
Kin 33:4Holo maila ʻo ʻEsau e hālāwai me ia, ʻapo maila iā ia, kau ihola ma kona ʻāʻī, a honi ihola iā ia: a uē ihola lāua.But Esau ran to meet Jacob and embraced him; he threw his arms around his neck and kissed him. And they wept.
Kin 39:12ʻApo maila kēlā iā ia ma ke kapa ona, ʻī maila, E moe kāua. Haʻalele ihola ia i kona kapa ma ka lima ona, holo akula a hiki i waho.She caught him by his cloak and said, “Come to bed with me!” But he left his cloak in her hand and ran out of the house.
Kin 39:13A ʻike akula ua wahine lā, ua haʻalele ia i kona kapa ma kona lima, a ua holo akula i waho,When she saw that he had left his cloak in her hand and had run out of the house,
Kin 39:15A lohe maila kēlā i kuʻu hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻana i kuʻu leo i luna, a i kuʻu hea ʻana aku, haʻalele iho nei ʻo ia i ke kapa ona iaʻu, holo akula a hiki i waho.When he heard me scream for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house.”
Kin 39:18A hoʻokiʻekiʻe au i kuʻu leo i luna a kāhea aku au, a laila, haʻalele ihola ia i ke kapa ona iaʻu, a holo akula i waho.But as soon as I screamed for help, he left his cloak beside me and ran out of the house.”
Puk 4:3ʻĪ maila kēlā, E hoʻolei ia i lalo i ka honua. Hoʻolei ihola ia i lalo i ka honua, a lilo aʻela ia i nahesa: a holo akula ʻo Mose mai kona maka aku.The Lord said, “Throw it on the ground.” Moses threw it on the ground and it became a snake, and he ran from it.
Puk 14:5A haʻi ʻia akula i ke aliʻi o ʻAigupita, Ua holo nā kānaka; huli ka naʻau o Paraʻo a me nā kauā āna e kūʻē i nā kānaka: ʻōlelo ihola lākou, no ke aha lā kākou i hana ai i kēia, a hoʻokuʻu aku i ka ʻIseraʻela i hoʻokauā ʻole ai lākou na kākou?When the king of Egypt was told that the people had fled, Pharaoh and his officials changed their minds about them and said, “What have we done? We have let the Israelites go and have lost their services!”
Puk 22:6A inā holo aku ke ahi, a loaʻa nā kākalaioa, a ʻai ʻia nā puʻu huapalaoa, a ʻo ka huapalaoa e kū ana paha, a ʻo ko ka māla paha, a laila, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e uku aku ka mea nāna i kuni i ke ahi.“If a fire breaks out and spreads into thornbushes so that it burns shocks of grain or standing grain or the whole field, the one who started the fire must make restitution.
Puk 26:28A ʻo ke kī waena, ma waenakonu o nā papa, e holo nō ia, mai kekahi kala a i kekahi kala.The center crossbar is to extend from end to end at the middle of the frames.
ʻOihk 15:9A ʻo ka noho lio a ka mea hilo e holo ai, e haumia ia.“‘Everything the man sits on when riding will be unclean,
Nāh 11:27A holo maila kekahi kanaka ʻōpiopio, a haʻi maila iā Mose, ʻī maila, Ke wānana maila ʻo ʻEledada lāua ʻo Medada ma kahi hoʻomoana.A young man ran and told Moses, “Eldad and Medad are prophesying in the camp.”
Nāh 16:34A holo akula ka ʻIseraʻela a pau ma kēlā ʻaoʻao a ma kēia ʻaoʻao o lākou, i ko lākou hoʻōho ʻana; ʻī aʻela lākou, O ale auaneʻi ka honua iā kākou.At their cries, all the Israelites around them fled, shouting, “The earth is going to swallow us too!”
Nāh 16:47Lawe akula ʻo ʻAʻarona, e like me kā Mose i kauoha ai, a holo akula i waena o ke anaina kanaka; aia hoʻi, ua hoʻomaka ʻia ke ahulau i waena o ka poʻe kānaka: kau ihola ia i ka mea ʻala, a hoʻokalahala akula no ka poʻe kānaka.So Aaron did as Moses said, and ran into the midst of the assembly. The plague had already started among the people, but Aaron offered the incense and made atonement for them.
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 24:11No laila, e holo aku ʻoe i kou wahi: i manaʻo ihola au e hoʻohanohano loa aku iā ʻoe; akā hoʻi, ʻo Iēhova kai keʻakeʻa mai iā ʻoe i loaʻa ʻole ai ka hanohano.Now leave at once and go home! I said I would reward you handsomely, but the Lord has kept you from being rewarded.”
Nāh 35:6A no nā kūlanakauhale a ʻoukou e hāʻawi aku ai no nā Levi, he ʻaono mau kūlanakauhale e lilo i mau puʻuhonua, kahi a ʻoukou e hāʻawi ai no ka pepehi kanaka, e holo ai ia i laila; a e hāʻawi hou aku ʻoukou i nā kūlanakauhale keu he kanahākumamālua.“Six of the towns you give the Levites will be cities of refuge, to which a person who has killed someone may flee. In addition, give them forty-two other towns.
Nāh 35:11A laila, e hoʻolilo ʻoukou i nā kūlanakauhale, i kūlanakauhale puʻuhonua no ʻoukou, i holo aku ai ka mea pepehi kanaka i laila, ka mea pepehi naʻaupō i ke kanaka.select some towns to be your cities of refuge, to which a person who has killed someone accidentally may flee.
Nāh 35:15ʻO kēia mau kūlanakauhale ʻeono, he mau puʻuhonua ia no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, a no ke kanaka ʻē, a no ka malihini i waena o lākou; i holo aku ai i laila ka mea pepehi naʻaupō i kekahi kanaka.These six towns will be a place of refuge for Israelites and for foreigners residing among them, so that anyone who has killed another accidentally can flee there.
Nāh 35:25A na ke anaina kanaka nō e hoʻopakele i ka pepehi kanaka mai loko aʻe o ka lima o ka mea hoʻopaʻi koko, a na ke anaina kanaka ia e hoʻihoʻi aku i ka puʻuhonua i kahi e holo aku ai ʻo ia: a ma laila ia e noho ai a make ke kahuna nui, ka mea i poni ʻia i ka ʻaila laʻa.The assembly must protect the one accused of murder from the avenger of blood and send the accused back to the city of refuge to which they fled. The accused must stay there until the death of the high priest, who was anointed with the holy oil.
Nāh 35:26Akā, inā e puka aku ka pepehi kanaka i kekahi manawa ma waho o nā palena o ke kūlanakauhale o kona puʻuhonua, kahi āna i holo ai;“‘But if the accused ever goes outside the limits of the city of refuge to which they fled
Nāh 35:32ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoukou e lawe i uku pānaʻi, no ka mea i holo aku i ke kūlanakauhale o kona puʻuhonua, i hoʻi hou aku ai ia e noho i ka ʻāina, a hiki i ka make ʻana o ke kahuna.“‘Do not accept a ransom for anyone who has fled to a city of refuge and so allow them to go back and live on their own land before the death of the high priest.
Kānl 4:42I holo ai ka pepehi kanaka ma laila, ka mea i pepehi i kona hoalauna me ka ʻike ʻole, ʻaʻole i inaina aku iā ia ma mua; a i kona holo ʻana i kekahi o kēia mau kūlanakauhale, e ola ia:to which anyone who had killed a person could flee if they had unintentionally killed a neighbor without malice aforethought. They could flee into one of these cities and save their life.
Kānl 19:3E hoʻomākaukau i alanui nou, a ʻo kou ʻāina a Iēhova kou Akua i hoʻolilo mai ai nou, ʻo kāu ia e māhele i nā mokuna ʻekolu, i holo ai nā pepehi kanaka a pau i laila.Determine the distances involved and divide into three parts the land the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance, so that a person who kills someone may flee for refuge to one of these cities.
Kānl 19:4Eia ke ʻano o ka pepehi kanaka e holo ai i laila i ola ia: ʻo ka mea pepehi i kona hoalauna me ka ʻike ʻole, ʻaʻole ia i inaina aku iā ia ma mua;This is the rule concerning anyone who kills a person and flees there for safety — anyone who kills a neighbor unintentionally, without malice aforethought.
Kānl 19:5A ʻo ka mea e hele aku i ka ulu lāʻau me kona hoalauna e kua lāʻau, a hahau iho kona lima me ke koʻi lipi e ʻoki i ka lāʻau, a hemo akula ke koʻi lipi mai ke ʻau aku, a pā i kona hoalauna a make ia, e holo aku ia i kekahi o ia mau kūlanakauhale, a ola;For instance, a man may go into the forest with his neighbor to cut wood, and as he swings his ax to fell a tree, the head may fly off and hit his neighbor and kill him. That man may flee to one of these cities and save his life.
Kānl 19:11Akā, inā e inaina aku kekahi kanaka i kona hoalauna, a hālua iā ia, a popoʻi iā ia, a hahau iā ia a make ia, a holo aku ia i loko o kekahi o kēia mau kūlanakauhale:But if out of hate someone lies in wait, assaults and kills a neighbor, and then flees to one of these cities,
Kānl 30:13ʻAʻole hoʻi ia ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ka moana, i ʻōlelo aʻe ʻoe, ʻO wai ke holo aku ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ka moana no kākou, a e lawe mai ia mea no kākou, i lohe kākou ia, a i hana hoʻi?Nor is it beyond the sea, so that you have to ask, “Who will cross the sea to get it and proclaim it to us so we may obey it?”
Kānl 33:26ʻAʻohe mea like me ke Akua o Iesuruna, E holo ana nō ia ma luna o ka lani e kōkua iā ʻoe, A ma luna o ke ao me kona nani nui.“There is no one like the God of Jeshurun, who rides across the heavens to help you and on the clouds in his majesty.
Ios 8:15Hana ihola ʻo Iosua a me ka ʻIseraʻela me he poʻe heʻe lā i mua o lākou, a holo akula ma ke ala e hiki aku ai i ka wao nahele.Joshua and all Israel let themselves be driven back before them, and they fled toward the wilderness.
Ios 8:22A puka maila hoʻi kēlā poʻe, mai loko mai o ke kūlanakauhale, e ʻalo iā lākou, no laila ua puni lākou i ka ʻIseraʻela ma kēlā ʻaoʻao kekahi poʻe a ma kēia ʻaoʻao kekahi poʻe. A luku akula ʻo Iosua mā iā lākou, ʻaʻole i waiho aku i kekahi o lākou e holo a pakele aku.Those in the ambush also came out of the city against them, so that they were caught in the middle, with Israelites on both sides. Israel cut them down, leaving them neither survivors nor fugitives.
Ios 10:16Holo akula ua mau aliʻi nei ʻelima, a peʻe ihola i loko o ke ana ma Makeda.Now the five kings had fled and hidden in the cave at Makkedah.
Ios 10:20Luku akula ʻo Iosua a me nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela iā lākou i ka make nui loa, a oki loa ihola lākou, a laila, holo akula ke koena o lākou a komo i loko o nā kūlanakauhale i paʻa i ka pā.So Joshua and the Israelites defeated them completely, but a few survivors managed to reach their fortified cities.
Ios 24:6A lawe mai nō au i ko ʻoukou poʻe mākua, mai ʻAigupita mai; a hele mai lākou a hiki i ke kai, a hahai mai ka poʻe ʻAigupita ma hope o ko ʻoukou poʻe mākua, me nā hale kaʻa, a me ko lākou poʻe holo lio, a hiki i ke Kaiʻula.When I brought your people out of Egypt, you came to the sea, and the Egyptians pursued them with chariots and horsemen as far as the Red Sea.
Lunk 1:6Holo akula ʻo ʻAdonibezeka, a hahai akula lākou iā ia, a loaʻa ʻo ia, a laila ʻoʻoki aʻela lākou i nā manamana nui o kona mau lima, a me nā manamana nui o kona mau wāwae.Adoni-Bezek fled, but they chased him and caught him, and cut off his thumbs and big toes.
Lunk 4:15Hoʻoʻauheʻe akula ʻo Iēhova iā Sisera, a me nā kaʻa a pau, a me ka pūʻali a pau i mua o Baraka, me ka maka o ka pahi kaua. Iho ihola ʻo Sisera, mai ke kaʻa kaua iho, a holo akula ma kona wāwae.At Barak’s advance, the Lord routed Sisera and all his chariots and army by the sword, and Sisera got down from his chariot and fled on foot.
Lunk 4:17Holo akula ʻo Sisera ma kona wāwae, a i ka halelewa o Iaʻela ka wahine a Hebera no ko Kena; no ka mea, ua noho kuʻikahi ʻo Iabina, ke aliʻi o Hazora me ka poʻe o Hebera no ko Kena.Sisera, meanwhile, fled on foot to the tent of Jael, the wife of Heber the Kenite, because there was an alliance between Jabin king of Hazor and the family of Heber the Kenite.
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 7:21Kū nō kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka ma kona wahi iho, a puni kahi i hoʻomoana ai. Holo akula ka pūʻali a pau, a ʻuā akula, a heʻe.While each man held his position around the camp, all the Midianites ran, crying out as they fled.
Lunk 7:22Puhi ihola nā haneri ʻekolu i ka pū, a hoʻokau maila ʻo Iēhova i ka pahi kaua a kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka ma luna o lākou iho, ma ka pūʻali a pau; a holo akula ka pūʻali, a hiki i Betesita, ma Zererata, ma ka mokuna ʻo ʻAbelamehola, a me Tabata.When the three hundred trumpets sounded, the Lord caused the men throughout the camp to turn on each other with their swords. The army fled to Beth Shittah toward Zererah as far as the border of Abel Meholah near Tabbath.
Lunk 9:21Holo akula ʻo Iotama, a peʻe akula, a hele aku i Beʻera, a noho ihola ma laila, no ka makaʻu iā ʻAbimeleka i kona hoahānau.Then Jotham fled, escaping to Beer, and he lived there because he was afraid of his brother Abimelek.
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 11:3Holo akula ʻo Iepeta, mai ke alo aku o kona poʻe hoahānau, a noho ma ka ʻāina ʻo Toba. ʻĀkoakoa maila nā kānaka lapuwale i o Iepeta lā, a hele pū me ia.So Jephthah fled from his brothers and settled in the land of Tob, where a gang of scoundrels gathered around him and followed him.
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 13:10Wikiwiki ihola ka wahine, a holo, a hōʻike aʻela i kāna kāne, ʻī akula iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ua ʻike hou ʻia maila iaʻu ke kanaka i hele mai ai iaʻu i kēlā lā.The woman hurried to tell her husband, “He’s here! The man who appeared to me the other day!”
1-Sam 3:5A holo akula ia i o ʻEli lā, ʻī akula, Eia nō wau, no ka mea, ua kāhea mai ʻoe iaʻu. ʻĪ maila ia, ʻAʻole au i kāhea aku; e moe hou ʻoe. A hele akula ia, a moe ihola.And he ran to Eli and said, “Here I am; you called me.” But Eli said, “I did not call; go back and lie down.” So he went and lay down.
1-Sam 4:10A kaua akula ko Pilisetia, a luku ʻia, ʻo ka ʻIseraʻela, a holo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona halelewa; a he nui loa nā mea i make, no ka mea, hāʻule ihola ʻo ka ʻIseraʻela, he kanakolu tausani koa hele wāwae.So the Philistines fought, and the Israelites were defeated and every man fled to his tent. The slaughter was very great; Israel lost thirty thousand foot soldiers.
1-Sam 4:12Holo akula kekahi kanaka no Beniamina mai ke kaua aku, a hiki ma Silo ia lā hoʻokahi, me kona kapa i haehae ʻia, a me ka lepo ma luna o kona poʻo.That same day a Benjamite ran from the battle line and went to Shiloh with his clothes torn and dust on his head.
1-Sam 4:16ʻĪ maila ke kanaka iā ʻEli, ʻO wau nō ka mea i hele mai, mai ke kaua mai, i kēia lā wau i holo mai nei mai ke kaua mai. Nīnau akula ia, He aha ka ʻōlelo, e kuʻu keiki?He told Eli, “I have just come from the battle line; I fled from it this very day.” Eli asked, “What happened, my son?”
1-Sam 8:11ʻŌlelo akula ia, Eia ke ʻano o ke aliʻi e aliʻi ai ma luna o ʻoukou; E lawe nō ia i nā keiki kāne a ʻoukou, a e hoʻonoho iā lākou nona ma nā hale kaʻa ona, a ma kona poʻe hoʻoholo lio, a e holo nō kekahi ma mua o nā hale kaʻa ona.He said, "This is what the king who will reign over you will do: He will take your sons and make them serve with his chariots and horses, and they will run in front of his chariots.
1-Sam 10:23Holo lākou a lawe mai iā ia mai laila mai: a i ke kū ʻana ʻo ia i waena o nā kānaka, ua ʻoi kona kiʻekiʻe ma mua o ko nā kānaka, a pau, mai kona poʻohiwi aku, a hala loa i luna.They ran and brought him out, and as he stood among the people he was a head taller than any of the others.
1-Sam 14:16Nānā akula ka poʻe kiaʻi o Saula ma Gibea o Beniamina; aia hoʻi, ua heʻe akula ka poʻe nui, a holo lākou, a hele liʻiliʻi aku.Saul's lookouts at Gibeah in Benjamin saw the army melting away in all directions.
1-Sam 14:22A ʻo nā kānaka a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela i peʻe ai ma ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima, iā lākou i lohe ai, ua holo ko Pilisetia, ʻo lākou nō hoʻi kekahi i hahai ma hope o lākou i ke kaua.When all the Israelites who had hidden in the hill country of Ephraim heard that the Philistines were on the run, they joined the battle in hot pursuit.
1-Sam 17:17ʻĪ akula ʻo Iese iā Dāvida i kāna keiki, ʻĀnō e lawe aku ʻoe na kou mau hoahānau i hoʻokahi ʻepa o kēia ʻai i pūlehu ʻia, a i kēia mau paʻi palaoa he ʻumi, a e holo i kou mau hoahānau ma kahi i hoʻomoana ai i ke kaua.Now Jesse said to his son David, "Take this ephah of roasted grain and these ten loaves of bread for your brothers and hurry to their camp.
1-Sam 17:22A waiho akula ʻo Dāvida i nā mea mai ona aku lā ma ka lima o ka mea mālama ia mea, a holo akula i ke kaua, a hele e nīnau i ka pono o kona mau hoahānau.David left his things with the keeper of supplies, ran to the battle lines and greeted his brothers.
1-Sam 17:24A ʻo nā kānaka a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela, a ʻike akula lākou iā ia, holo lākou mai kona maka aku, a makaʻu nui ihola.When the Israelites saw the man, they all ran from him in great fear.
1-Sam 17:48A i ka wā i kū aʻe ke kanaka Pilisetia, a hele, a hoʻokokoke e hālāwai me Dāvida, lalelale ihola ʻo Dāvida, a holo akula i ka poʻe kaua e hālāwai me ua kanaka Pilisetia lā.As the Philistine moved closer to attack him, David ran quickly toward the battle line to meet him.
1-Sam 17:51A holo akula ʻo Dāvida, a kū ma luna o ke kanaka Pilisetia, a lālau iho i kāna pahi kaua, a unuhi aʻe mai loko mai o kona wahī, a pepehi ihola, a ʻoki akula i kona poʻo me ia. A ʻike aʻela ko Pilisetia poʻe, ua make ko lākou kanaka koa, ʻauheʻe lākou.David ran and stood over him. He took hold of the Philistine's sword and drew it from the scabbard. After he killed him, he cut off his head with the sword. When the Philistines saw that their hero was dead, they turned and ran.
1-Sam 19:8A he kaua hou: a hele akula ʻo Dāvida, a kaua aku i ko Pilisetia, a pepehi akula iā lākou me ka luku nui: a holo lākou mai kona alo aku.Once more war broke out, and David went out and fought the Philistines. He struck them with such force that they fled before him.
1-Sam 19:10ʻImi akula ʻo Saula e hou aku iā Dāvida a i ka paia me ka ihe; a hele akula ia mai ke alo aku o Saula, a hou akula ia i ka ihe ma ka paia; a holo akula ʻo Dāvida, a pakele ihola ia pō.Saul tried to pin him to the wall with his spear, but David eluded him as Saul drove the spear into the wall. That night David made good his escape.
1-Sam 19:12Kuʻu ihola ʻo Mikala iā Dāvida ma ka puka makani: a hele akula ia a holo, a pakele akula.So Michal let David down through a window, and he fled and escaped.
1-Sam 19:18A holo akula ʻo Dāvida, a pakele akula, a hele i o Samuʻela lā ma Rama, a haʻi akula iā ia i nā mea a pau a Saula i hana mai ai iā ia; a hele akula lāua me Samuʻela a noho ma Naiota.When David had fled and made his escape, he went to Samuel at Ramah and told him all that Saul had done to him. Then he and Samuel went to Naioth and stayed there.
1-Sam 20:1Holo akula ʻo Dāvida mai Naiota i Rama aku, a hele mai, a ʻī maila i mua o Ionatana, He aha lā kaʻu i hana ai? He aha koʻu hewa, he aha koʻu hala i mua o kou makua kāne, i ʻimi mai ai ia i kuʻu ola?Then David fled from Naioth at Ramah and went to Jonathan and asked, "What have I done? What is my crime? How have I wronged your father, that he is trying to take my life?"
1-Sam 20:6Inā paha i ʻike kou makua kāne i koʻu nalo ʻana, a laila e ʻī aku ʻoe, Ua noi ikaika mai ʻo Dāvida iaʻu e holo ia ma Betelehema i kona kūlanakauhale; no ka mea, i laila ka mōhai makahiki no ka ʻohana a pau.If your father misses me at all, tell him, 'David earnestly asked my permission to hurry to Bethlehem, his hometown, because an annual sacrifice is being made there for his whole clan.'
1-Sam 20:36ʻĪ akula ia i kona keiki, E holo, e ʻimi i nā pua aʻu e pana aku ai. A i kona holo ʻana, pana akula ia i ka pua ma ʻō aku ona.and he said to the boy, "Run and find the arrows I shoot." As the boy ran, he shot an arrow beyond him.
1-Sam 21:10Kū aʻela ʻo Dāvida, a holo ia lā mai ke alo aku o Saula, a hele mai i o ʻAkisa lā ke aliʻi o Gata.That day David fled from Saul and went to Achish king of Gath.
1-Sam 22:1Hele ʻo Dāvida mai laila aku, a holo akula ma ke ana ʻo ʻAdulama: a lohe aʻela kona mau hoahānau a me nā mea a pau o ka hale o kona makua kāne, hele lākou i ona lā i laila.David left Gath and escaped to the cave of Adullam. When his brothers and his father's household heard about it, they went down to him there.
1-Sam 22:20A ʻo kekahi o nā keiki a ʻAhimeleka, ke keiki a ʻAhituba, ʻo ʻAbiatara kona inoa, pakele akula ia, a holo aku ma hope o Dāvida.But Abiathar, a son of Ahimelech son of Ahitub, escaped and fled to join David.
1-Sam 23:6A i ka holo ʻana o ʻAbiatara ke keiki a ʻAhimeleka i o Dāvida lā i Keila, ua hele nō ia me ka ʻēpoda ma kona lima.(Now Abiathar son of Ahimelech had brought the ephod down with him when he fled to David at Keilah.)
1-Sam 23:13A laila kū aʻela ʻo Dāvida a me kona poʻe kānaka, ʻaono haneri paha, a puka akula i waho o Keila, a hele akula i kā lākou wahi e hele ai. Ua haʻi ʻia mai iā Saula ka holo ʻana o Dāvida mai Keila aku, a haʻalele ia i ka hele mai.So David and his men, about six hundred in number, left Keilah and kept moving from place to place. When Saul was told that David had escaped from Keilah, he did not go there.
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 27:1A ʻī ihola ʻo Dāvida i loko o kona naʻau, e make auaneʻi au i ka lima o Saula i kekahi lā: e aho e holo koke au ma ka ʻāina o ko Pilisetia; a laila ʻaʻole manaʻo ʻo Saula e ʻimi hou mai iaʻu ma nā wahi a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela: pēlā e pakele ai au i kona lima.But David thought to himself, "One of these days I will be destroyed by the hand of Saul. The best thing I can do is to escape to the land of the Philistines. Then Saul will give up searching for me anywhere in Israel, and I will slip out of his hand."
1-Sam 27:4A haʻi ʻia maila iā Saula, ua holo ʻo Dāvida ma Gata: ʻaʻole ia i ʻimi hou aku iā ia.When Saul was told that David had fled to Gath, he no longer searched for him.
1-Sam 31:7A ʻike aʻela nā kānaka o ka ʻIseraʻela ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ke awāwa, a me ka poʻe ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o Ioredane, ua heʻe akula nā kānaka o ka ʻIseraʻela, a ua make hoʻi ʻo Saula me kāna mau keiki, haʻalele lākou i ko lākou mau kūlanakauhale, a holo akula; a hele mai nā Pilisetia a noho ihola ma laila.When the Israelites along the valley and those across the Jordan saw that the Israelite army had fled and that Saul and his sons had died, they abandoned their towns and fled. And the Philistines came and occupied them.
2-Sam 4:3Holo akula nā kānaka o Beʻerota i Gitaima, a ua noho malihini lākou i laila, a hiki i nēia manawa.)because the people of Beeroth fled to Gittaim and have lived there as aliens to this day.
2-Sam 4:4A ʻo Ionatana ke keiki a Saula, nāna nō kekahi keiki kāne, ua ʻoʻopa ma kona mau wāwae. ʻElima ona mau makahiki i ka wā i hiki aku ai ka ʻōlelo no Saula a no Ionatana mai Iezereʻela aku, a kaʻikaʻi akula kona kahu iā ia, a holo akula: a i kona wikiwiki ʻana e holo aku, hāʻule ihola kēlā a ʻoʻopa ihola. ʻO Mepiboseta kona inoa.(Jonathan son of Saul had a son who was lame in both feet. He was five years old when the news about Saul and Jonathan came from Jezreel. His nurse picked him up and fled, but as she hurried to leave, he fell and became crippled. His name was Mephibosheth.)
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 15:1Ma hope iho o ia mea lā, hoʻomākaukau aʻela ʻo ʻAbesaloma i nā hale kaʻa a me nā lio nona, a me nā kānaka he kanalima e holo i mua ona.In the course of time, Absalom provided himself with a chariot and horses and with fifty men to run ahead of him.
2-Sam 15:14ʻĪ maila ʻo Dāvida i nā kānaka ona a pau ma Ierusalema, E kū aʻe, a e holo aku kākou; no ka mea, pēlā wale nō e pakele ai kākou mai o ʻAbesaloma aku: e wikiwiki ka hele aku, o hiki koke mai ʻo ia i o kākou nei, a hoʻoili mai ʻo ia i ka ʻino ma luna o kākou, a pepehi mai i ke kūlanakauhale nei me ka maka o ka pahi kaua.Then David said to all his officials who were with him in Jerusalem, "Come! We must flee, or none of us will escape from Absalom. We must leave immediately, or he will move quickly to overtake us and bring ruin upon us and put the city to the sword."
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 17:2A e loaʻa aku iaʻu ia ʻoi nāwaliwali ia a me ke kanaka ʻole, a e hoʻoweliweli aku au iā ia; a e holo aku nā kānaka a pau me ia; a ʻo ke aliʻi wale nō kaʻu e pepehi aku ai.I would attack him while he is weary and weak. I would strike him with terror, and then all the people with him will flee. I would strike down only the king
2-Sam 17:21A hala akula lākou, piʻi maila lāua mai loko mai o ka luawai, hele akula, a haʻi akula i ke aliʻi iā Dāvida. ʻĪ akula iā Dāvida, E kū aʻe, e holo koke ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ka wai; no ka mea, penei kā ʻAhitopela i ʻōlelo kūʻē ai iā ʻoukou.After the men had gone, the two climbed out of the well and went to inform King David. They said to him, "Set out and cross the river at once; Ahithophel has advised such and such against you."
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 18:17Lawe akula lākou iā ʻAbesaloma; a hoʻolei akula iā ia ma loko o ka lua nui ma ka ulu lāʻau, a kau akula lākou i ahu pōhaku nui ma luna iho ona: a holo akula ka ʻIseraʻela a pau, ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea i kona halelewa.They took Absalom, threw him into a big pit in the forest and piled up a large heap of rocks over him. Meanwhile, all the Israelites fled to their homes.
2-Sam 18:19A laila ʻī akula ʻo ʻAhimaʻaza ke keiki a Zadoka, E ʻae mai ʻoe e holo aku au ʻānō, e lawe aku i ka ʻōlelo i ke aliʻi, ua hoʻopakele aku ʻo Iēhova iā ia mai nā lima aku o kona poʻe ʻenemi.Now Ahimaaz son of Zadok said, "Let me run and take the news to the king that the LORD has delivered him from the hand of his enemies."
2-Sam 18:21A laila ʻī akula ʻo Ioaba iā Kusi, Ō hele ʻoe e haʻi i ke aliʻi i ka mea āu i ʻike iho nei. Kūlou ihola ʻo Kusi iā Ioaba, a holo akula.Then Joab said to a Cushite, "Go, tell the king what you have seen." The Cushite bowed down before Joab and ran off.
2-Sam 18:22ʻĪ hou akula ʻo ʻAhimaʻaza ke keiki a Zadoka iā Ioaba, ʻO wau hoʻi kekahi, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e holo aku au ma hope o Kusi. ʻĪ maila ʻo Ioaba, No ke aha hoʻi ʻoe e holo aku ai, e kuʻu keiki, ʻaʻohe ʻōlelo e pono nāu?Ahimaaz son of Zadok again said to Joab, "Come what may, please let me run behind the Cushite." But Joab replied, "My son, why do you want to go? You don't have any news that will bring you a reward."
2-Sam 18:23E ʻae mai hoʻi ʻoe e holo wau. ʻĪ maila kēlā iā ia, E holo. A laila holo akula ʻo ʻAhimaʻaza ma ka ʻaoʻao o ka pāpū, a ʻoi akula ia i mua o Kusi.He said, "Come what may, I want to run." So Joab said, "Run!" Then Ahimaaz ran by way of the plain and outran the Cushite.
2-Sam 18:24Noho ihola ʻo Dāvida ma waena o nā puka ʻelua o ka pā, a piʻi akula ke kiaʻi ma luna o ka puka ma ka pā pōhaku; ʻalawa aʻela kona mau maka, nānā akula, aia he kanaka e holo mai ana, ʻo ia wale nō.While David was sitting between the inner and outer gates, the watchman went up to the roof of the gateway by the wall. As he looked out, he saw a man running alone.
2-Sam 18:26ʻIke akula hoʻi ke kiaʻi i kekahi kanaka ʻē aʻe e holo mai ana: hea maila ke kiaʻi i ka mālama puka, Aia hoʻi, he kanaka e holo hoʻokahi mai ana. ʻĪ akula ke aliʻi, Ke lawe mai nei hoʻi ʻo ia i ka ʻōlelo.Then the watchman saw another man running, and he called down to the gatekeeper, "Look, another man running alone!" The king said, "He must be bringing good news, too."
2-Sam 18:27ʻĪ maila ke kiaʻi, Ua like ka mea holo mua i kuʻu manaʻo me ka holo ʻana o ʻAhimaʻaza ke keiki a Zadoka. ʻĪ akula ke aliʻi, He kanaka maikaʻi ia, a ke hele mai nei ia me ka ʻōlelo maikaʻi.The watchman said, "It seems to me that the first one runs like Ahimaaz son of Zadok." "He's a good man," the king said. "He comes with good news."
2-Sam 19:3A hoʻi malū akula nā kānaka i loko o ke kūlanakauhale ia lā, e like me nā kānaka hilahila e holo malū aku, ke heʻe lākou i ke kaua.The men stole into the city that day as men steal in who are ashamed when they flee from battle.
2-Sam 19:9Hoʻopaʻapaʻa aʻela nā kānaka a pau ma nā ʻohana a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻī aʻela, Ua hoʻōla mai ke aliʻi iā kākou mai ka lima aʻe o ko kākou poʻe ʻenemi, a ua hoʻopakele hoʻi ʻo ia iā kākou mai ka lima aʻe o ko Pilisetia: ʻānō hoʻi, ua holo aku nō ia ma waho o ka ʻāina no ʻAbesaloma.Throughout the tribes of Israel, the people were all arguing with each other, saying, "The king delivered us from the hand of our enemies; he is the one who rescued us from the hand of the Philistines. But now he has fled the country because of Absalom;
2-Sam 19:18A holo aʻela ka waʻapā e ʻalo mai i ko ka hale o ke aliʻi, a e lawelawe hoʻi i ka mea a ke aliʻi i manaʻo ai he pono. Moe ihola ʻo Simei ke keiki a Gera i mua o ke aliʻi i kona pae ʻana i kēia ʻaoʻao o Ioredane.They crossed at the ford to take the king's household over and to do whatever he wished. When Shimei son of Gera crossed the Jordan, he fell prostrate before the king
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.
2-Sam 22:11Holo aʻela kēlā ma luna o kekahi keruba, a lele aʻela nō hoʻi ia; Ua ʻikea nō hoʻi ʻo ia ma luna o nā ʻēheu o ka makani.He mounted the cherubim and flew; he soared on the wings of the wind.
1-Nāal 1:5A laila ʻo ʻAdoniia ke keiki a Hagita i hoʻokiʻekiʻe aʻe iā ia iho, ʻī ihola, E lilo au i aliʻi: hoʻomākaukau aʻela hoʻi ia i mau kaʻa me nā kānaka holo lio nona iho, a me nā kānaka he kanalima e holo i mua ona.Now Adonijah, whose mother was Haggith, put himself forward and said, "I will be king." So he got chariots and horses ready, with fifty men to run ahead of him.
1-Nāal 2:28A laila hiki aʻela ka ʻōlelo iā Ioaba; no ka mea, ua huli aʻe ʻo Ioaba ma muli o ʻAdoniia ʻaʻole naʻe ia i huli ma muli o ʻAbesaloma: a holo akula ʻo Ioaba i ka halelewa o Iēhova, a lālau aʻela i nā pepeiaohao o ke kuahu.When the news reached Joab, who had conspired with Adonijah though not with Absalom, he fled to the tent of the LORD and took hold of the horns of the altar.
1-Nāal 2:29A ua haʻi ʻia aku i ke aliʻi iā Solomona, Ua holo aku ʻo Ioaba i ka halelewa o Iēhova, aia hoʻi ia ma ke kuahu. A laila kēnā aʻela ʻo Solomona iā Benaia ke keiki a Iehoiada, ʻī aʻela, E hele ʻoe e lele aku iā ia.King Solomon was told that Joab had fled to the tent of the LORD and was beside the altar. Then Solomon ordered Benaiah son of Jehoiada, "Go, strike him down!"
1-Nāal 2:39Eia kekahi, i ka pau ʻana o nā makahiki ʻekolu, holo malū akula ʻelua o nā kauā a Simei iā ʻAkisa ke keiki a Maʻaka ke aliʻi o Gata: a ʻōlelo maila lākou iā Simei, ʻī maila, Aia kāu mau kauā ma Gata.But three years later, two of Shimei's slaves ran off to Achish son of Maacah, king of Gath, and Shimei was told, "Your slaves are in Gath."
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 4:26Iā Solomona nā wahi e kū ai nā lio, he kanahā tausani, no kona mau kaʻa, a me nā kānaka holo lio he ʻumikumamālua haneri.Solomon had four thousand stalls for chariot horses, and twelve thousand horses.
1-Nāal 4:28Ka hua bale hoʻi a me ka mauʻu na nā lio, me nā lio holo, kā lākou i lawe mai ai i kahi o lākou, kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka e like me kāna kauoha.They also brought to the proper place their quotas of barley and straw for the chariot horses and the other horses.
1-Nāal 9:28Holo aʻela lākou i ʻOpera, a lawe mai lākou mai laila mai, i ke gula ʻehā haneri me ka iwakālua tālena, a lawe hoʻi ia i ke aliʻi iā Solomona.They sailed to Ophir and brought back 420 talents of gold, which they delivered to King Solomon.
1-Nāal 10:22No ka mea, he mau moku no Taresisa ko ke aliʻi ma ke kai, me nā moku o Hirama; i nā makahiki ʻekolu, hoʻokahi ka holo ʻana mai o nā moku no Taresisa, e lawe ana mai i ke gula, a me ke kālā, a me ka niho ʻelepani, a me nā keko, a me nā pīkoka.The king had a fleet of trading ships at sea along with the ships of Hiram. Once every three years it returned, carrying gold, silver and ivory, and apes and baboons.
1-Nāal 10:29A ua puka maila a holo mai ke kaʻa kaua no nā sekela kālā ʻeono haneri, a ʻo ka lio no ka haneri me kanalima; a pēlā nō hoʻi no nā aliʻi a pau o ka Heta, a no nā aliʻi o Suria, ma ko lākou mau lima i lawe mai ai iā lākou.They imported a chariot from Egypt for six hundred shekels of silver, and a horse for a hundred and fifty. They also exported them to all the kings of the Hittites and of the Arameans.
1-Nāal 11:17Holo akula ʻo Hadada, ʻo ia me kekahi poʻe kānaka o ʻEdoma pū o nā kauā o kona makua kāne me ia, e hele pū i ʻAigupita; he keiki ʻuʻuku ʻo Hadada.But Hadad, still only a boy, fled to Egypt with some Edomite officials who had served his father.
1-Nāal 11:40A ʻimi ihola ʻo Solomona e pepehi iā Ieroboama; a kū aʻela ʻo Ieroboama i luna, a holo akula i ʻAigupita i o Sisaka lā, ke aliʻi o ʻAigupita, a noho ia ma ʻAigupita a make ʻo Solomona.Solomon tried to kill Jeroboam, but Jeroboam fled to Egypt, to Shishak the king, and stayed there until Solomon's death.
1-Nāal 12:2Eia hoʻi kekahi, a lohe maila ʻo Ieroboama ke keiki a Nebata e noho ana ia ma ʻAigupita, (no ka mea, ua holo akula ia mai ke alo aku o Solomona ke aliʻi, a noho nō Ieroboama ma ʻAigupita;)When Jeroboam son of Nebat heard this (he was still in Egypt, where he had fled from King Solomon), he returned from Egypt.
1-Nāal 12:18A laila hoʻouna aʻela ʻo Rehoboama iā ʻAdorama, ka luna ʻauhau, a hailuku ka ʻIseraʻela a pau iā ia me nā pōhaku a make ia. No laila hele wikiwiki aʻela ʻo Rehoboama ke aliʻi e eʻe aʻe i kona kaʻa, e holo i Ierusalema.King Rehoboam sent out Adoniram, who was in charge of forced labor, but all Israel stoned him to death. King Rehoboam, however, managed to get into his chariot and escape to Jerusalem.
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 13:28Holo 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 18:45Eia kekahi, ia manawa nō, pōʻele maila ka lani i nā ao a me ka makani, a nui maila ka ua. Holo kaʻa aʻela ʻo ʻAhaba a hiki i Iezereʻela.Meanwhile, the sky grew black with clouds, the wind rose, a heavy rain came on and Ahab rode off to Jezreel.
1-Nāal 18:46Kau maila hoʻi ka lima o Iēhova ma luna o ʻElia; kāʻei ihola ʻo ia i kona pūhaka iho, a holo aʻela i mua o ʻAhaba a i ke komo ʻana i Iezereʻela.The power of the LORD came upon Elijah and, tucking his cloak into his belt, he ran ahead of Ahab all the way to Jezreel.
1-Nāal 19:3A ʻike ʻo ia, kū aʻela ia i luna, a holo no kona ola, a hiki i Beʻereseba no Iuda, a haʻalele i kāna kauā ma laila.Elijah was afraid and ran for his life. When he came to Beersheba in Judah, he left his servant there,
1-Nāal 20:20Pepehi aʻela lākou pākahi i kona kanaka; a ʻauheʻe aʻela ko Suria, a hahai akula ka ʻIseraʻela iā lākou; pakele akula ʻo Benehadada, ke aliʻi o Suria ma luna o ka lio, a me nā holo lio.and each one struck down his opponent. At that, the Arameans fled, with the Israelites in pursuit. But Ben-Hadad king of Aram escaped on horseback with some of his horsemen.
1-Nāal 20:30A holo akula ke koena i ʻApeka i loko o ke kūlanakauhale; a ma laila i hiolo ai ka pā ma luna o nā tausani he iwakāluakumamāhiku o nā kānaka i koe. Holo akula hoʻi ʻo Benehadada, a komo i loko o ke kūlanakauhale, i loko o ke keʻena ma loko aʻe.The rest of them escaped to the city of Aphek, where the wall collapsed on twenty-seven thousand of them. And Ben-Hadad fled to the city and hid in an inner room.
1-Nāal 22:48Hana ihola hoʻi ʻo Iehosapata i nā moku ma Taresisa e holo i ʻOpira e kiʻi i gula, ʻaʻole naʻe i holo lākou, no ka mea, ua nāhāhā ua mau moku lā, ma ʻEzionagebera.Now Jehoshaphat built a fleet of trading ships to go to Ophir for gold, but they never set sail--they were wrecked at Ezion Geber.
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 4:26Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, ʻānō e holo aku ʻoe e hālāwai me ia, a e nīnau aku iā ia, E pōmaikaʻi ana ʻoe? E pōmaikaʻi ana kāu kāne? E pōmaikaʻi ana kāu keiki? ʻĪ maila kēlā, E pōmaikaʻi ana.Run to meet her and ask her, 'Are you all right? Is your husband all right? Is your child all right?' " "Everything is all right," she said.
2-Nāal 5:20ʻĪ ihola ʻo Gehazi ke kauā a ʻElisai ke kanaka no ke Akua, Aia hoʻi, ua hōʻole kuʻu haku iā Naʻamana i kēia kanaka no Suria, ʻaʻole i lawe mai kona lima mai i ka mea āna i lawe mai ai: akā, ma ke ola o Iēhova e holo nō au ma hope ona, a e lawe i kekahi mea mai ona mai lā.Gehazi, the servant of Elisha the man of God, said to himself, "My master was too easy on Naaman, this Aramean, by not accepting from him what he brought. As surely as the LORD lives, I will run after him and get something from him."
2-Nāal 5:21A hahai akula ʻo Gehazi ma hope o Naʻamana; a ʻike aʻela ʻo Naʻamana iā ia e holo mai ana ma hope ona, iho i lalo ia mai ka hale kaʻa mai e hālāwai me ia, ʻī maila, Ua pono anei?So Gehazi hurried after Naaman. When Naaman saw him running toward him, he got down from the chariot to meet him. "Is everything all right?" he asked.
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 7:15A hele aku lākou ma hope o lākou lā, a Ioredane; aia hoʻi, ua paʻapū ke alanui a pau i nā ʻaʻahu, a me nā mea kaua a ko Suria i hoʻolei ai i ko lākou holo kikī ʻana. A hoʻi mai nā ʻelele, a haʻi mai i ke aliʻi.They followed them as far as the Jordan, and they found the whole road strewn with the clothing and equipment the Arameans had thrown away in their headlong flight. So the messengers returned and reported to the king.
2-Nāal 8:21A hele akula ʻo Iehorama i Zaira, a me nā hale kaʻa a pau me ia; a kū aʻela ia i ka pō, a luku akula i ka ʻEdoma e puni ana iā ia, a me nā luna o nā hale kaʻa: a holo akula nā kānaka i ko lākou halelewa.So Jehoram went to Zair with all his chariots. The Edomites surrounded him and his chariot commanders, but he rose up and broke through by night; his army, however, fled back home.
2-Nāal 9:3A laila e lawe ʻoe i ka hue ʻaila, a e ninini ma luna o kona poʻo, a e ʻī aku, Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova pēnēia, Ua poni aku au iā ʻoe i aliʻi ma luna o ka ʻIseraʻela. A laila e wehe aʻe ʻoe i ka puka, a holo aku, mai kali ʻoe.Then take the flask and pour the oil on his head and declare, 'This is what the LORD says: I anoint you king over Israel.' Then open the door and run; don't delay!"
2-Nāal 9:10A e ʻai nā ʻīlio iā Iezebela ma ka ʻāina i Iezereʻela, ʻaʻohe mea nāna ia e kanu. A wehe aʻela ia i ka puka, a holo akula.As for Jezebel, dogs will devour her on the plot of ground at Jezreel, and no one will bury her.' " Then he opened the door and ran.
2-Nāal 9:16A holo akula ʻo Iehu ma ka hale kaʻa, a hele akula i Iezereʻela; no ka mea, e waiho ana ʻo Iorama ma laila. A ua iho mai ʻo ʻAhazia, ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, e ʻike iā Iorama.Then he got into his chariot and rode to Jezreel, because Joram was resting there and Ahaziah king of Judah had gone down to see him.
2-Nāal 9:18A holo akula kekahi ma luna o ka lio e hālāwai me ia, a ʻī akula, Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ke aliʻi pēnēia, He aloha anei? ʻĪ akula ʻo Iehu, He aha kāu i ke aloha? E huli aʻe ʻoe ma hope oʻu. A haʻi akula ke kanaka kiaʻi, ʻī akula, Hele akula ka ʻelele i o lākou lā, ʻaʻole i hoʻi hou mai.The horseman rode off to meet Jehu and said, "This is what the king says: 'Do you come in peace?' " "What do you have to do with peace?" Jehu replied. "Fall in behind me." The lookout reported, "The messenger has reached them, but he isn't coming back."
2-Nāal 9:20A haʻi akula ke kiaʻi, ʻī akula, Ua hele aku ia i o lākou lā, ʻaʻole i hoʻi hou mai; a ʻo ka holo ʻana, ua like me ka holo ʻana o Iehu ke keiki a Nimesi, no ka mea, ke holo lā ia e like me ka hehena huhū.The lookout reported, "He has reached them, but he isn't coming back either. The driving is like that of Jehu son of Nimshi--he drives like a madman."
2-Nāal 9:23A huli aʻela ʻo Iorama, a holo akula, a ʻī akula iā ʻAhazia, He kipi, e ʻAhazia.Joram turned about and fled, calling out to Ahaziah, "Treachery, Ahaziah!"
2-Nāal 9:25A laila ʻī akula ʻo ia iā Bidekara i kona luna, E kaʻikaʻi, a hoʻolei aku iā ia i loko o ka ʻāina kīhāpai o Nabota no Iezereʻela; no ka mea, e hoʻomanaʻo ʻoe i ka wā a kāua ʻelua i holo pū ai, ma muli o ʻAhaba kona makua kāne, ua kau mai ʻo Iēhova i kēia mea kaumaha ma luna iho ona.Jehu said to Bidkar, his chariot officer, "Pick him up and throw him on the field that belonged to Naboth the Jezreelite. Remember how you and I were riding together in chariots behind Ahab his father when the LORD made this prophecy about him:
2-Nāal 9:27A ʻike akula ʻo ʻAhazia ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, a laila holo akula ia ma ke ala o ka hale ma ke kīhāpai. A hahai akula ʻo Iehu ma hope ona, a ʻī akula ia, E pepehi aku iā ia hoʻi ma ka hale kaʻa i ka piʻi ʻana ma Gura, e kokoke ana i ʻIbeleama. A holo akula ia i Megido, a make ihola i laila.When Ahaziah king of Judah saw what had happened, he fled up the road to Beth Haggan. Jehu chased him, shouting, "Kill him too!" They wounded him in his chariot on the way up to Gur near Ibleam, but he escaped to Megiddo and died there.
2-Nāal 14:12A pepehi ʻia akula ʻo ka Iuda i mua o ka ʻIseraʻela, holo lākou ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona halelewa.Judah was routed by Israel, and every man fled to his home.
2-Nāal 14:19A kipi akula lākou iā ia ma Ierusalema, a holo akula ia i Lakisa, a hoʻouna akula lākou ma hope ona i Lakisa; a pepehi akula iā ia ma laila.They conspired against him in Jerusalem, and he fled to Lachish, but they sent men after him to Lachish and killed him there.
2-Nāal 19:37A i kona hoʻomana ʻana ma ka hale o Niseroka kona akua, ʻo ʻAderameleka, a me Sarezera, kāna mau keiki, pepehi akula lāua iā ia me ka pahi kaua, a holo lāua i ka ʻāina ʻo ʻArarata. A noho aliʻi ihola ʻo ʻEsarehadona, kāna keiki, ma kona hakahaka.One day, while he was worshiping in the temple of his god Nisroch, his sons Adrammelech and Sharezer cut him down with the sword, and they escaped to the land of Ararat. And Esarhaddon his son succeeded him as king.
2-Nāal 25:4A ua hoʻopio ʻia ke kūlanakauhale, a holo akula nā kānaka koa a pau i ka pō, ma ke ala o ka ʻīpuka ma waena o nā pā pōhaku ʻelua, ma ke kīhāpai o ke aliʻi; (a ʻo ko Kaledea e noho ana a puni ke kūlanakauhale;) a hele akula [ke aliʻi] i ke ala o ka pāpū.Then the city wall was broken through, and the whole army fled at night through the gate between the two walls near the king's garden, though the Babylonians were surrounding the city. They fled toward the Arabah,
1-ʻOihn 10:7A ʻike aʻela nā kānaka a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela, ma ke awāwa, heʻe akula lākou; a ua make hoʻi ʻo Saula a me kāna mau keiki kāne, a laila haʻalele lākou i ko lākou mau kūlanakauhale, a holo akula; a hele maila ko Pilisetia a noho ihola ma laila.When all the Israelites in the valley saw that the army had fled and that Saul and his sons had died, they abandoned their towns and fled. And the Philistines came and occupied them.
2-ʻOihn 9:21No ka mea, holo nā moku o ke aliʻi ma Taresisa me nā kauā a Hurama, hoʻokahi kū ʻana o nā moku o Taresisa i nā makahiki ʻekolu, e lawe mai ana i ke gula, a me ke kālā a me nā niho ʻelepani, a me nā keko a me nā pīkaka.The king had a fleet of trading ships manned by Hiram's men. Once every three years it returned, carrying gold, silver and ivory, and apes and baboons.
2-ʻOihn 10:18Hoʻouna akula ke aliʻi ʻo Rehoboama iā Hedorama i ka mea ma luna o ka ʻauhau ʻana, a hailuku nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela iā ia, a make ia. A laila, wikiwiki aʻela ke aliʻi ʻo Rehoboama e piʻi ma luna o kona hale kaʻa, a e holo i Ierusalema.King Rehoboam sent out Adoniram, who was in charge of forced labor, but the Israelites stoned him to death. King Rehoboam, however, managed to get into his chariot and escape to Jerusalem.
2-ʻOihn 20:36Hui pū ʻo ia me ia e hana i mau moku e holo i Taresa. A hana nō lāua i mau moku ma ʻEzionagebera.He agreed with him to construct a fleet of trading ships. After these were built at Ezion Geber,
2-ʻOihn 20:37A laila, wānana maila ʻo ʻEliezera ke keiki a Dodava no Maresa, iā Iehosapata, ʻī maila, I kou hui pū ʻana me ʻAhazia, e wāwahi auaneʻi ʻo Iēhova i ka mea āu i hana ai. A nahā ihola nā moku, ʻaʻole i hiki iā lākou ke holo i Taresa.Eliezer son of Dodavahu of Mareshah prophesied against Jehoshaphat, saying, "Because you have made an alliance with Ahaziah, the LORD will destroy what you have made." The ships were wrecked and were not able to set sail to trade.
ʻEset 3:15A holo akula nā ʻelele, ua hoʻolalelale ʻia e ke kauoha a ke aliʻi. A kau ʻia nō hoʻi ia kānāwai ma Susana ka pā kaua. Noho ihola i lalo ke aliʻi a me Hamana e inu; akā ua pilikia loa ko ke kūlanakauhale ʻo Susana.Spurred on by the king's command, the couriers went out, and the edict was issued in the citadel of Susa. The king and Haman sat down to drink, but the city of Susa was bewildered.
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 6:13ʻAʻole anei kaʻu kōkua i loko oʻu? A ua holo aku anei ka mea e pakele ai mai oʻu aku lā?Do I have any power to help myself, now that success has been driven from me?
Ioba 7:6Ua ʻoi ka māmā o kuʻu mau lā ma mua o ka lāʻau ulana lole, A holo aku me ke manaʻolana ʻole."My days are swifter than a weaver's shuttle, and they come to an end without hope.
Ioba 9:25Ua ʻoi ka māmā o kuʻu mau lā ma mua o ka mea holo: Ke holo aʻe nei lākou, Ke ʻike ʻole nei lākou i ka maikaʻi."My days are swifter than a runner; they fly away without a glimpse of joy.
Ioba 9:26Ua hala akula lākou e like me nā moku holo: E like me ka ʻaeto e lele ana i ka mea ʻai.They skim past like boats of papyrus, like eagles swooping down on their prey.
Ioba 14:2Puka mai nō ia me he pua lā, a ua ʻoki ʻia aku; A holo aku nō ia me he aka lā, ʻaʻole ia e mau.He springs up like a flower and withers away; like a fleeting shadow, he does not endure.
Ioba 20:8E like me ka moeʻuhane e lele aku ia, ʻaʻole e loaʻa ʻo ia: A e holo aku ʻo ia e like me ka hihiʻo o ka pō.Like a dream he flies away, no more to be found, banished like a vision of the night.
Ioba 20:24E holo aku ia mai ka mea kaua hao aku, E hou ʻia ʻo ia i ke kakaka keleawe.Though he flees from an iron weapon, a bronze-tipped arrow pierces him.
Ioba 27:22E hoʻolei aku [ke Akua] iā ia, ʻaʻole ia e minamina: I ka holo ʻana, e holo nō ia mai kona lima aku.It hurls itself against him without mercy as he flees headlong from its power.
Ioba 30:3No ka ʻilihune a no ka pōloli ua wīwī lākou; Holo lākou i ka wao nahele, I ka pō he mehameha a neoneo.Haggard from want and hunger, they roamed the parched land in desolate wastelands at night.
Ioba 30:10Ua hoʻopailua lākou iaʻu, a holo mamao lākou mai oʻu aku lā, ʻAʻole lākou i ʻuʻumi i ke kuha mai i kuʻu maka.They detest me and keep their distance; they do not hesitate to spit in my face.
Ioba 40:23Aia hoʻi, huaʻi mai ka muliwai, ʻaʻole ia i holo aku, Noho mālie nō ia i ka wā i huaʻi mai ai ʻo Ioredane i kona waha.When the river rages, he is not alarmed; he is secure, though the Jordan should surge against his mouth.
Hal 8:8ʻO nā manu o ka lewa, a me nā iʻa o ke kai, A me nā mea a pau e holo ana ma nā ala o ka moana.the birds of the air, and the fish of the sea, all that swim the paths of the seas.
Hal 18:10Ua holo ia ma ke keruba, ua lele nō hoʻi ia: ʻOiaʻiʻo, ua lele ʻo ia ma nā ʻēheu o ka makani.He mounted the cherubim and flew; he soared on the wings of the wind.
Hal 31:11Lilo akula au i mea hōʻino ʻia i waena o koʻu poʻe ʻenemi a pau, He mea hōʻino nui ia i waena o koʻu mau hoa noho, He mea weliweli nō hoʻi no koʻu mau hoalauna: ʻO ka poʻe ʻike mai iaʻu ma waho, holo aku lākou mai oʻu aku nei.Because of all my enemies, I am the utter contempt of my neighbors; I am a dread to my friends-- those who see me on the street flee from me.
Hal 45:4A i loko o kou hanohano e holo kaʻa pōmaikaʻi ai, No ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, a me ke akahai, a me ka pono; A e aʻo iho kou lima ʻākau iā ʻoe i nā mea weliweli.In your majesty ride forth victoriously in behalf of truth, humility and righteousness; let your right hand display awesome deeds.
Hal 48:5ʻIke ihola lākou a mahalo ihola; I makaʻu lākou, a holo akula.they saw and were astounded; they fled in terror.
Hal 59:4Me koʻu hala ʻole, holo lākou a hoʻomākaukau; E ala aʻe e hoʻohālāwai me aʻu, a e nānā mai.I have done no wrong, yet they are ready to attack me. Arise to help me; look on my plight!
Hal 64:8Pēlā e hoʻohāʻule iho lākou i ko lākou alelo ma luna o lākou iho; E holo aku nō hoʻi ka poʻe a pau i ʻike iā lākou.He will turn their own tongues against them and bring them to ruin; all who see them will shake their heads in scorn.
Hal 68:4E hīmeni aku ʻoukou i ke Akua; E hoʻoleʻa aku hoʻi i kona inoa: E hāpai aku hoʻi i ka mea holo kaʻa ma luna o nā lani, Ma kona inoa, ʻo IA, a e hauʻoli i mua ona.Sing to God, sing praise to his name, extol him who rides on the clouds-- his name is the LORD -- and rejoice before him.
Hal 68:33I ka mea e holo kaʻa ana ma nā lani o nā lani kahiko; Aiʻa, ke hoʻopuka maila ʻo ia i kona leo, he leo mana.to him who rides the ancient skies above, who thunders with mighty voice.
Hal 69:34E hoʻomaikaʻi ka lani a me ka honua iā ia; ʻO nā kai, a me nā mea a pau e holo ana ma loko o laila.Let heaven and earth praise him, the seas and all that move in them,
Hal 70:5Akā, ua ʻilihune au a ua nele hoʻi; E holo koke mai iaʻu, e ke Akua: ʻO ʻoe nō koʻu Kōkua a me koʻu Hoʻōla; E Iēhova, mai hoʻokaʻulua aku ʻoe.Yet I am poor and needy; come quickly to me, O God. You are my help and my deliverer; O LORD, do not delay.
Hal 71:3E lilo mai ʻoe i pōhaku e noho ai noʻu, Kahi e holo mau ai au; Ua kauoha aʻe nei ʻoe e hoʻōla iaʻu; No ka mea, ʻo ʻoe nō koʻu pōhaku me koʻu pā kaua.Be my rock of refuge, to which I can always go; give the command to save me, for you are my rock and my fortress.
Hal 91:4E uhi mai nō ʻo ia iā ʻoe i kona mau hulu, A e holo nō ʻoe ma lalo iho o kona mau ʻēheu; No ka mea, ʻo kona ʻoiaʻiʻo, he pale kaua ia, a he pākū nō hoʻi.He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.
Hal 104:7I kou pāpā ʻana, holo nō lākou; I ka leo o kou hekili, ʻauheʻe akula lākou.But at your rebuke the waters fled, at the sound of your thunder they took to flight;
Hal 104:26Ma laila nō nā moku e holo aʻe; Aia hoʻi kēlā leviatana āu i hana ai, e pāʻani i laila.There the ships go to and fro, and the leviathan, which you formed to frolic there.
Hal 114:3ʻIke maila ke kai, a holo akula; A huli hope ʻo Ioredane.The sea looked and fled, the Jordan turned back;
Hal 114:5He aha kāu, e ke kai, i holo aku ai ʻoe? E Ioredane hoʻi, i hoʻohuli ʻia ai ʻoe i hope?Why was it, O sea, that you fled, O Jordan, that you turned back,
Hal 119:32E holo nō wau ma ke ala o kāu mau kauoha; No ka mea, e hoʻomāhuahua mai nō ʻoe i koʻu manaʻo.I run in the path of your commands, for you have set my heart free.
Hal 143:9E hoʻopakele mai ʻoe iaʻu i koʻu poʻe ʻenemi, e Iēhova; Iā ʻoe nō wau e holo ai, e hūnā mai ʻoe iaʻu.Rescue me from my enemies, O LORD, for I hide myself in you.
Hal 147:15Hoʻouna mai ʻo ia i kāna mau ʻōlelo i ka honua, Holo kikī nō kāna mau ʻōlelo.He sends his command to the earth; his word runs swiftly.
Sol 1:16No ka mea, holo kikī ko lākou wāwae i ka hewa, Wikiwiki hoʻi lākou i ka hoʻokahe koko.for their feet rush into sin, they are swift to shed blood.
Sol 4:12I kou hele ʻana, ʻaʻole e hihia kou kapuaʻi; A inā e holo ʻoe ʻaʻole e hina.When you walk, your steps will not be hampered; when you run, you will not stumble.
Sol 6:18ʻO ka naʻau e ʻimi ana i nā manaʻo kolohe, A me nā wāwae e holo kikī ana i ka hewa,a heart that devises wicked schemes, feet that are quick to rush into evil,
Sol 10:25E like me ka holo ʻana aku o ka puahiohio, pēlā ka mea hewa, ʻaʻole ia; Akā, ʻo ka mea pono, ua ʻonipaʻa ia a mau loa nō.When the storm has swept by, the wicked are gone, but the righteous stand firm forever.
Sol 18:10He pā kaua ikaika ka inoa ʻo Iēhova; Ma laila e holo ai ka mea pono a maluhia ihola.The name of the LORD is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.
Sol 28:17ʻO ke kanaka hewa i ke koko o kekahi, E holo ʻo ia i ka lua; mai keʻakeʻa kekahi iā ia.A man tormented by the guilt of murder will be a fugitive till death; let no one support him.
Sol 28:20ʻO ke kanaka hōʻoiaʻiʻo, nui wale kona mau mea e pōmaikaʻi ai; ʻO ka mea holo kikī ma hope o ka waiwai, ʻaʻole e ʻole kona hala.A faithful man will be richly blessed, but one eager to get rich will not go unpunished.
ʻIsaia 2:2E hiki mai nō kēia i nā lā ma hope, E kūkulu paʻa ʻia ka puʻu o ka hale o Iēhova ma luna o nā mauna, A e hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻia ma luna o nā puʻu; A e holo nō i loko ona nā lāhui kanaka a pau.In the last days the mountain of the LORD's temple will be established as chief among the mountains; it will be raised above the hills, and all nations will stream to it.
ʻIsaia 10:3Pehea lā ʻoukou e hana ai i ka lā o ka hoʻopaʻi ʻana, Ke hiki mai ka make mai kahi lōʻihi mai? Iā wai ʻoukou e holo ai no ke kōkua ʻia mai? Ma hea ʻoukou e waiho ai i ko ʻoukou waiwai?What will you do on the day of reckoning, when disaster comes from afar? To whom will you run for help? Where will you leave your riches?
ʻIsaia 10:22Inā paha i like kou poʻe kānaka o ʻIseraʻela, Me ke one o ke kai, He koena wale nō o lākou ke hoʻi mai; Ua holo ka ʻōlelo no ka hoʻopau ʻana, E hikiwawe mai ia, me ka pololei hoʻi.Though your people, O Israel, be like the sand by the sea, only a remnant will return. Destruction has been decreed, overwhelming and righteous.
ʻIsaia 10:23He ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, ua holo ka ʻōlelo no ka hoʻopau ʻana, A na ka Haku nō, na Iēhova o nā kaua e hana mai, Ma waenakonu o ka ʻāina a pau.The Lord, the LORD Almighty, will carry out the destruction decreed upon the whole land.
ʻIsaia 10:29Ua hele mai lākou ma kēia ʻaoʻao o ke ʻāhua; Aia ma Geba ko lākou wahi moe i ka pō: Ua makaʻu ko Rama; ua holo ko Gibea Saula.They go over the pass, and say, "We will camp overnight at Geba." Ramah trembles; Gibeah of Saul flees.
ʻIsaia 10:31Ua holo a Mademena: Ua heʻe ka poʻe i noho ma Gebima.Madmenah is in flight; the people of Gebim take cover.
ʻIsaia 13:14E like ana hoʻi ia me ka dia i hahai ʻia, Me nā hipa hoʻi, ʻaʻohe mea nāna lākou e hōʻiliʻili. E huli nō kēlā mea kēia mea i kona poʻe kānaka iho, E holo nō kēlā mea kēia mea i kona ʻāina iho.Like a hunted gazelle, like sheep without a shepherd, each will return to his own people, each will flee to his native land.
ʻIsaia 16:6Ua lohe nō kākou i ka haʻaheo o Moaba, ka hoʻokiʻekiʻe loa: A me kona haʻakei a me kona hoʻokano a me kona huhū; ʻAʻole e holo kona wahaheʻe ʻana.We have heard of Moab's pride-- her overweening pride and conceit, her pride and her insolence-- but her boasts are empty.
ʻIsaia 19:1Ka wānana no ʻAigupita. Aia hoʻi, ke holo lā ʻo Iēhova ma luna o ke ao māmā, A hele mai hoʻi ia i ʻAigupita. E haʻalulu auaneʻi nā akua kiʻi o ʻAigupita i mua o kona alo, E maʻule hoʻi ka naʻau o ko ʻAigupita i loko o lākou.An oracle concerning Egypt: See, the LORD rides on a swift cloud and is coming to Egypt. The idols of Egypt tremble before him, and the hearts of the Egyptians melt within them.
ʻIsaia 21:1Ka wānana no ka wao nahele o ka moana. Like me ka holo ʻana o ka puahiohio ma ke kūkulu hema, Pēlā nō kona hele ʻana, mai ka wao nahele mai, Mai ka ʻāina weliweli mai hoʻi.An oracle concerning the Desert by the Sea: Like whirlwinds sweeping through the southland, an invader comes from the desert, from a land of terror.
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 21:9Aia hoʻi, hele mai kekahi mau holo lio kaua, ʻo nā holo lio pāpālua. ʻŌlelo maila, ʻī mai, Ua hāʻule ʻo Babulona, ua hāʻule; Ua hoʻohiolo ʻo ia i kona poʻe akua kiʻi i lalo i ka honua.Look, here comes a man in a chariot with a team of horses. And he gives back the answer: 'Babylon has fallen, has fallen! All the images of its gods lie shattered on the ground!' "
ʻIsaia 22:6Ke amo nei ʻo ʻElama i ke ʻaʻa pua, Me nā kānaka i loko o ke kaʻa kaua a me nā holo lio, A unuhi ʻo Kira i ka pale kaua.Elam takes up the quiver, with her charioteers and horses; Kir uncovers the shield.
ʻIsaia 22:7E piha auaneʻi i nā kaʻa kaua kou mau awāwa i makemake ʻia, A e hoʻomākaukau nā holo lio e hoʻouka ma ka puka pā.Your choicest valleys are full of chariots, and horsemen are posted at the city gates;
ʻIsaia 23:2E noho mālie, e ka poʻe noho ma kahakai; Holo aʻela ka mea kālepa o Zidona, mai kēlā ʻaoʻao aʻe o ke kai, a hoʻopiha nō ia iā ʻoe.Be silent, you people of the island and you merchants of Sidon, whom the seafarers have enriched.
ʻIsaia 24:18ʻO ka mea e holo, mai ka uwalaʻau o ka makaʻu aku, E hāʻule nō ia i lalo i ka lua; A ʻo ka mea e piʻi mai, mai loko mai o ka lua, E paʻa nō ia i loko o ka ʻūpiki; No ka mea, ua hāmama nā puka wai o Kūlanihākoʻi, A ua nāueue hoʻi nā kumu o ka honua.Whoever flees at the sound of terror will fall into a pit; whoever climbs out of the pit will be caught in a snare. The floodgates of the heavens are opened, the foundations of the earth shake.
ʻIsaia 30:16A ʻōlelo mai nō ʻoukou, ʻAʻole; Akā, e holo nō mākou ma luna o nā lio; No laila, e holo ʻiʻo nō ʻoukou; E holo mākou ma luna o nā mea māmā; No laila, e māmā ai ka poʻe hahai iā ʻoukou.You said, 'No, we will flee on horses.' Therefore you will flee! You said, 'We will ride off on swift horses.' Therefore your pursuers will be swift!
ʻIsaia 31:1Auē ka poʻe iho i lalo i ʻAigupita no ke kōkua ʻia mai, Ka poʻe i paulele i nā lio, a hilinaʻi ma nā kaʻa kaua, No ka nui o ia mau mea; A ma nā holo lio hoʻi, no ko lākou ikaika nui: ʻAʻole hoʻi e nānā aku i ka Mea Hemolele o ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻAʻole ʻimi aku ma o Iēhova lā!Woe to those who go down to Egypt for help, who rely on horses, who trust in the multitude of their chariots and in the great strength of their horsemen, but do not look to the Holy One of Israel, or seek help from the LORD.
ʻIsaia 33:4E hōʻiliʻili ʻia nō ko ʻoukou waiwai pio, Me ko ka ʻenuhe hōʻiliʻili ʻia; A e like me ka holo ʻana o nā ʻūhini i ʻō i ʻaneʻi, Pēlā nō ia e holo ai ma luna ona.Your plunder, O nations, is harvested as by young locusts; like a swarm of locusts men pounce on it.
ʻIsaia 33:21Ma laila ʻiʻo nō ka nani o Iēhova no kākou, He wahi muliwai nui, a ākea ma nā ʻaoʻao a pau, ʻAʻole moku holo ma loko o laila me ka hoe, ʻAʻole moku nui e holo aʻe a kēlā ʻaoʻao.There the LORD will be our Mighty One. It will be like a place of broad rivers and streams. No galley with oars will ride them, no mighty ship will sail them.
ʻIsaia 36:8ʻĀnō lā, ʻeā, e hoʻolimalima ʻoe me kuʻu haku, me ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria, a e hāʻawi aku nō au iā ʻoe i ʻelua tausani lio, inā paha e hiki iā ʻoe ke hoʻonoho i nā holo lio ma luna o lākou." 'Come now, make a bargain with my master, the king of Assyria: I will give you two thousand horses--if you can put riders on them!
ʻIsaia 36:9Pehea hoʻi ʻoe e hoʻohuli aku ai i ka maka o kekahi luna ʻuʻuku o nā kauā a kuʻu haku, a hilinaʻi hoʻi ma luna o ʻAigupita, no nā kaʻa kaua, a no nā holo lio?How then can you repulse one officer of the least of my master's officials, even though you are depending on Egypt for chariots and horsemen?
ʻIsaia 40:31Akā, ʻo ka poʻe hilinaʻi aku iā Iēhova, e ulu hou nō ko lākou ikaika; E piʻi ʻēheu aku nō lākou i luna, e like me nā ʻaito; E holo nō lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi e māloʻeloʻe, E hele mua nō lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi e maʻule.but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.
ʻIsaia 45:16Ua hilahila, a ua hoʻopalai maka lākou a pau; Holo pū nō i loko o ka hilahila, ka poʻe hana akua kiʻi.All the makers of idols will be put to shame and disgraced; they will go off into disgrace together.
ʻIsaia 48:20Ō haele ʻoukou ma waho o Babulona, E holo ʻoukou, mai ko Kaledea aku, Me ka leo o ke ʻoli, e haʻi aku, e hoʻokaulana i kēia, E hoʻolaha aku a i nā kūkulu o ka honua; E ʻī aku, Ua hoʻōla pānaʻi ʻo Iēhova i kā Iakoba, kāna kauā.Leave Babylon, flee from the Babylonians! Announce this with shouts of joy and proclaim it. Send it out to the ends of the earth; say, "The LORD has redeemed his servant Jacob."
ʻIsaia 51:6E ʻalawa aʻe i ko ʻoukou maka i luna a i ka lani, E nānā hoʻi ma ka honua ma lalo; E holo aku auaneʻi nā lani, e like me ka uwahi, A e ʻāpulu nō hoʻi ka honua, me he lole lā, Pēlā nō e make ai ka poʻe e noho ana ma luna iho; Akā, e oia mau ana nō koʻu ola, ʻAʻole hoʻi e pau ana koʻu pono.Lift up your eyes to the heavens, look at the earth beneath; the heavens will vanish like smoke, the earth will wear out like a garment and its inhabitants die like flies. But my salvation will last forever, my righteousness will never fail.
ʻIsaia 52:12No ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoukou e puka aku me ka holo, ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoukou e hele me ka ʻauheʻe; No ka mea, e hele nō ʻo Iēhova i mua o ʻoukou, A ʻo ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela auaneʻi ka mea hele ma hope o ʻoukou.But you will not leave in haste or go in flight; for the LORD will go before you, the God of Israel will be your rear guard.
ʻIsaia 55:5Aia hoʻi, e kāhea aku nō ʻoe i ka lāhui kanaka āu i ʻike ʻole ai; A ʻo ka lāhui kanaka i ʻike ʻole iā ʻoe, e holo aku nō lākou i ou lā, No Iēhova, kou Akua, a no ka Mea Hemolele o ka ʻIseraʻela; No ka mea, ua hoʻonani mai ʻo ia iā ʻoe.Surely you will summon nations you know not, and nations that do not know you will hasten to you, because of the LORD your God, the Holy One of Israel, for he has endowed you with splendor."
ʻIsaia 59:7Holo nō ko lākou wāwae i ka hewa, A hoʻowikiwiki lākou i ka hoʻokahe koko hala ʻole; ʻO ko lākou mau kūkā, he mau kūkā no ka hewa; Aia nō ka luku, a me ka make ma ko lākou kuamoʻo.Their feet rush into sin; they are swift to shed innocent blood. Their thoughts are evil thoughts; ruin and destruction mark their ways.
Ier 4:29E ʻauheʻe nō ke kūlanakauhale a pau, no ka walaʻau o nā holo lio, a me nā kānaka kakaka. E holo nō lākou i loko o ka ulu lāʻau, a e piʻi hoʻi ma luna o nā pōhaku; e haʻalele ʻia nō kēlā kūlanakauhale, kēia kūlanakauhale, ʻaʻole kanaka e noho ana i loko.At the sound of horsemen and archers every town takes to flight. Some go into the thickets; some climb up among the rocks. All the towns are deserted; no one lives in them.
Ier 6:1E nā mamo a Beniamina, e hoʻākoakoa ʻoukou e holo aku ma waho o Ierusalema; a e puhi i ka pū ma Tekoa, a e kau hoʻi i ka hōʻailona o ke ahi ma Betehakerema. No ka mea, ʻaneʻane mai ka hewa, a me ka make nui, mai ke kūkulu ʻākau mai."Flee for safety, people of Benjamin! Flee from Jerusalem! Sound the trumpet in Tekoa! Raise the signal over Beth Hakkerem! For disaster looms out of the north, even terrible destruction.
Ier 6:23E lālau nō lākou i ke kakaka, a me ka ihe: he poʻe loko ʻino lākou, ʻaʻohe o lākou lokomaikaʻi; halulu ko lākou leo, e like me ke kai; a holo nō lākou ma luna o nā lio i hoʻomākaukau ʻia e like me nā kānaka kaua e kūʻē aku iā ʻoe, e ke kaikamahine o Ziona.They are armed with bow and spear; they are cruel and show no mercy. They sound like the roaring sea as they ride on their horses; they come like men in battle formation to attack you, O Daughter of Zion."
Ier 8:6Hoʻolohe akula au, a lohe, ʻaʻole lākou i ʻōlelo pololei: ʻaʻohe kanaka i mihi i kona hewa, me ka ʻōlelo iho, He aha kaʻu i hana ai? Huli nō kēlā mea kēia mea i kona ʻaoʻao, e like me ka lio i holo ʻino i loko o ke kaua.I have listened attentively, but they do not say what is right. No one repents of his wickedness, saying, "What have I done?" Each pursues his own course like a horse charging into battle.
Ier 9:10E olo nō wau i ka pihe no nā mauna, me ka uē aku, a e kūmākena nō hoʻi no nā wahi mauʻu o ka wao nahele, no ka mea, ua pau lākou i ke ahi; no laila, ʻaʻole hiki kekahi ke hele ma laila, ʻaʻole hoʻi e lohe ʻia ka leo o nā holoholona. Ua holo aku nō ka manu o ka lewa, a me ka holoholona, ua hala lākou.I will weep and wail for the mountains and take up a lament concerning the desert pastures. They are desolate and untraveled, and the lowing of cattle is not heard. The birds of the air have fled and the animals are gone.
Ier 12:5Inā i holo pū ʻoe me ka poʻe hele wāwae, a ua hoʻomāloʻeloʻe mai lākou iā ʻoe, pehea lā e hiki ai iā ʻoe ke kūkini me nā lio? A inā hilinaʻi ʻoe ma ka ʻāina malu, pehea lā ʻoe e hana ai ma loko o ka nani o Ioredane?"If you have raced with men on foot and they have worn you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in safe country, how will you manage in the thickets by the Jordan?
Ier 17:25A laila, e komo mai nō i loko o nā puka pā o kēia kūlanakauhale, nā aliʻi, a me nā luna, e noho ana ma ka noho aliʻi o Dāvida, e holo ana hoʻi ma loko o nā hale kaʻa, a ma luna o nā lio, ʻo lākou, a me ko lākou luna, ʻo nā kānaka o ka Iuda, a me ka poʻe noho ma Ierusalema; a e hoʻomau loa ʻia aku nō kēia kūlanakauhale.then kings who sit on David's throne will come through the gates of this city with their officials. They and their officials will come riding in chariots and on horses, accompanied by the men of Judah and those living in Jerusalem, and this city will be inhabited forever.
Ier 22:4No ka mea, inā hana ʻiʻo ʻoukou i kēia, a laila, e komo mai nō ma nā puka pā o kēia hale, he poʻe aliʻi, e noho ana ma ka noho aliʻi o Dāvida, e holo ana hoʻi ma loko o nā kaʻa kaua, a ma luna o nā lio, ʻo ia, a me kāna poʻe kauā, a me kona poʻe kānaka.For if you are careful to carry out these commands, then kings who sit on David's throne will come through the gates of this palace, riding in chariots and on horses, accompanied by their officials and their people.
Ier 23:10No ka mea, ua piha ka ʻāina i ka poʻe moekolohe; no ka mea, ke kūmākena nei ka ʻāina, no ka hoʻohiki ʻino ʻana: ua maloʻo hoʻi nā wahi maikaʻi o ka wao nahele; ua hewa ko lākou holo ʻana, ʻaʻole hoʻi i pono ko lākou ikaika.The land is full of adulterers; because of the curse the land lies parched and the pastures in the desert are withered. The follow an evil course and use their power unjustly.
Ier 23:21ʻAʻole au i hoʻouna aku i kēia poʻe kāula, ua holo naʻe lākou; ʻaʻole au i ʻōlelo iā lākou, akā, ua wānana aʻe lākou.I did not send these prophets, yet they have run with their message; I did not speak to them, yet they have prophesied
Ier 31:12A e hele mai nō lākou a e ʻoli ma kahi kiʻekiʻe o Ziona, a holo pū nō lākou i ka maikaʻi o Iēhova, no ka huapalaoa, a no ka waina, a no ka ʻaila, a no nā keiki o nā hipa, a me nā bipi; a e like auaneʻi ko lākou ʻuhane me ka mahina ʻai i maʻū; ʻaʻole loa lākou e kaumaha hou aku.They will come and shout for joy on the heights of Zion; they will rejoice in the bounty of the LORD-- the grain, the new wine and the oil, the young of the flocks and herds. They will be like a well-watered garden, and they will sorrow no more.
Ier 46:4E kāhiko i nā lio, a e eʻe aʻe, e nā holo lio, a e kū mai me nā mahiole; e hoʻokala i nā ihe, e komo nā pale umauma unahi.Harness the horses, mount the steeds! Take your positions with helmets on! Polish your spears, put on your armor!
Ier 46:6ʻAʻole e hiki i ka mea māmā e holo, ʻaʻole hoʻi e pakele ka poʻe ikaika; e ʻōkupe nō lākou a hina ma ke kūkulu ʻākau, ma ka muliwai ʻo ʻEuperate."The swift cannot flee nor the strong escape. In the north by the River Euphrates they stumble and fall.
Ier 46:9E piʻi mai, e nā lio, e holo ikaika hoʻi, e nā kaʻa kaua; e hele mai nā kānaka ikaika, ʻo ko ʻAitiopa, a me ko Libua, ka poʻe lawelawe i ka pale kaua, a me ka Ludia, ʻo ka poʻe i lawelawe, a lena ke kakaka.Charge, O horses! Drive furiously, O charioteers! March on, O warriors-- men of Cush and Put who carry shields, men of Lydia who draw the bow.
Ier 47:3No ka halulu o ka hahi ʻana o nā māiʻuʻu o kona mau lio, a no ka holo ikaika ʻana o kona mau kaʻa kaua, a me ke kani ʻana o kona mau kaʻa, ʻaʻole e nānā i hope nā mākua kāne i nā keiki, no ka nāwaliwali o nā lima.at the sound of the hoofs of galloping steeds, at the noise of enemy chariots and the rumble of their wheels. Fathers will not turn to help their children; their hands will hang limp.
Ier 48:44ʻO ka mea holo, mai ka makaʻu aku, E hāʻule nō ia i loko o ka lua; A ʻo ka mea piʻi, mai ka lua mai, E pau auaneʻi ia i ka pahele: No ka mea, e lawe mai nō wau ma luna ona, ma luna hoʻi o Moaba, I ka makahiki o ka hoʻopaʻi ʻana, wahi a Iēhova."Whoever flees from the terror will fall into a pit, whoever climbs out of the pit will be caught in a snare; for I will bring upon Moab the year of her punishment," declares the LORD.
Ier 49:19Aia hoʻi, e piʻi mai nō ʻo ia, e like me ka liona mai ka nani o Ioredane mai, E kūʻē i ka noho ʻana o ka mea ikaika; Akā, i ke ʻamo ʻana o ka maka, e holo aku nō ʻo ia, mai laila aku. ʻO wai kaʻu mea i wae ʻia, e hoʻonoho nō wau iā ia ma luna ona? ʻO wai ka mea like me aʻu nei? ʻO wai hoʻi ka mea e hālāwai me aʻu? A ʻo wai ke kahu hipa e hiki iā ia ke kū i mua oʻu?"Like a lion coming up from Jordan's thickets to a rich pastureland, I will chase Edom from its land in an instant. Who is the chosen one I will appoint for this? Who is like me and who can challenge me? And what shepherd can stand against me?"
Ier 49:30E holo, a hiki ʻoukou i kahi lōʻihi, E hana ʻoukou i ko ʻoukou noho ʻana ma kahi hohonu, E ka poʻe noho ma Hazora, wahi a Iēhova: No ka mea, ua noʻonoʻo hewa iā ʻoukou ʻo Nebukaneza, ke aliʻi o Babulona, A ua ʻimi ʻo ia i ka manaʻo kūʻē iā ʻoukou."Flee quickly away! Stay in deep caves, you who live in Hazor," declares the LORD. "Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon has plotted against you; he has devised a plan against you.
Ier 50:16E hōʻoki aku i ka mea lūlū hua, mai Babulona aku, A me ka mea lawelawe i ka pahi ʻoki palaoa i ka manawa hōʻiliʻili ʻai. E huli nō ke kanaka i kona poʻe iho, mai ka maka aku o ka pahi kaua luku, A e holo nō ke kanaka i kona ʻāina iho.Cut off from Babylon the sower, and the reaper with his sickle at harvest. Because of the sword of the oppressor let everyone return to his own people, let everyone flee to his own land.
Ier 50:28Ka leo o ka poʻe holo a pakele ma waho o ka ʻāina ʻo Babulona, E haʻi aku ma Ziona i ka hoʻopaʻi ʻana o Iēhova, ʻo ko kākou Akua, I ka hoʻopaʻi ʻana no kona luakini.Listen to the fugitives and refugees from Babylon declaring in Zion how the LORD our God has taken vengeance, vengeance for his temple.
Ier 50:42E paʻa nō iā lākou ke kakaka a me ka ihe; Ua loko ʻino lākou, ʻaʻole lākou e lokomaikaʻi mai; E halulu nō ko lākou leo, e like me ke kai, E holo nō lākou ma luna o nā lio i hoʻonohonoho ʻia, E like me kānaka no ke kaua, E kūʻē iā ʻoe, e ke kaikamahine o Babulona.They are armed with bows and spears; they are cruel and without mercy. They sound like the roaring sea as they ride on their horses; they come like men in battle formation to attack you, O Daughter of Babylon.
Ier 50:44Aia hoʻi, e piʻi mai nō ia e like me ka liona mai ka nani o Ioredane mai, A i loko o kahi noho o ka mea ikaika: Akā, i ka ʻamo ʻana o ka maka, e holo aku nō lākou mai laila aku, ʻO wai ka mea i wae ʻia, e hoʻonoho wau iā ia ma luna ona? ʻO wai ka mea like me aʻu nei? ʻO wai hoʻi ka mea e hālāwai me aʻu? A ʻo wai ke kahu hipa e hiki iā ia ke kū i mua oʻu?Like a lion coming up from Jordan's thickets to a rich pastureland, I will chase Babylon from its land in an instant. Who is the chosen one I will appoint for this? Who is like me and who can challenge me? And what shepherd can stand against me?"
Ier 51:6E holo ʻoukou mai waenakonu aku o Babulona, E hoʻopakele kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona ola iho: Mai noho ʻoukou a luku ʻia i loko o kona hewa, No ka mea, ʻo ka manawa kēia o ko Iēhova ukiuki; Nāna nō e hoʻouku aku iā ia."Flee from Babylon! Run for your lives! Do not be destroyed because of her sins. It is time for the LORD's vengeance; he will pay her what she deserves.
Ier 51:21Iā ʻoe nō wau e uhaʻi i ka lio, A me kona mea nāna e holo; Iā ʻoe nō wau e uhaʻi ai i ke kaʻa kaua, A me kona mea nāna e holo;with you I shatter horse and rider, with you I shatter chariot and driver,
Ier 51:31E holo auaneʻi kekahi luna e hālāwai me kā kekahi luna, A me kekahi ʻelele e hālāwai me kekahi ʻelele, E haʻi aku i ke aliʻi i ke pio ʻana o ke kūlanakauhale ma kekahi peʻa:One courier follows another and messenger follows messenger to announce to the king of Babylon that his entire city is captured,
Kan 4:15Kāhea maila nā kānaka iā lākou, E hele aku, ua haumia; E hele aku, e hele aku, mai hoʻopā aku; Iā lākou i holo ai, a kuewa aku, ʻī aʻela lākou i waena o ko nā ʻāina ʻē, ʻAʻole lākou e noho hou."Go away! You are unclean!" men cry to them. "Away! Away! Don't touch us!" When they flee and wander about, people among the nations say, "They can stay here no longer."
ʻEzek 1:14A holo akula nā mea ola a hoʻi maila me he ʻanapu ʻana lā o ka uwila i ka nānā aku.The creatures sped back and forth like flashes of lightning.
ʻEzek 23:6I ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke kapa poni uliuli, nā luna koa me nā aliʻi, nā kānaka uʻi e makemake ʻia lākou a pau, a hoʻoholo lio e holo ana ma luna o nā lio.clothed in blue, governors and commanders, all of them handsome young men, and mounted horsemen.
ʻEzek 23:12Hauʻoli ihola ʻo ia i ko ʻAsuria kona mau hoalauna, nā luna koa a me nā aliʻi kāhiko nani ʻia, nā hoʻoholo lio, e holo ana ma luna o nā lio, he poʻe kānaka uʻi lākou a pau e makemake ʻia.She too lusted after the Assyrians--governors and commanders, warriors in full dress, mounted horsemen, all handsome young men.
ʻEzek 23:23I ko Babulona, a me ko Kaledea a pau, ʻo Pekoda, a me Soa, a me Koa, a me ko ʻAsuria a pau me lākou; he poʻe kānaka uʻi i makemake ʻia lākou a pau nā luna koa, me nā aliʻi, a me nā haku nui, a he kaulana hoʻi, e holo ana lākou a pau ma luna o nā lio.the Babylonians and all the Chaldeans, the men of Pekod and Shoa and Koa, and all the Assyrians with them, handsome young men, all of them governors and commanders, chariot officers and men of high rank, all mounted on horses.
ʻEzek 26:17A e hoʻomaka lākou i ke kanikau nou, a e ʻōlelo aku iā ʻoe, Ua luku ʻē ʻia ʻoe, e ka mea i noho ʻia e nā holo kai, ke kūlanakauhale kaulana i paʻa ma loko o ke kai, ʻo ia a me kona poʻe noho, nā mea i hana e weliweli ai ka poʻe a pau i noho i laila!Then they will take up a lament concerning you and say to you: " 'How you are destroyed, O city of renown, peopled by men of the sea! You were a power on the seas, you and your citizens; you put your terror on all who lived there.
ʻEzek 27:8ʻO ko Zidona a me ko ʻArevada, ʻo ia kou poʻe holo moku: ʻo kou poʻe kānaka akamai, nā mea i loko ou, ʻo ia kou mau pailota.Men of Sidon and Arvad were your oarsmen; your skilled men, O Tyre, were aboard as your seamen.
ʻEzek 27:9ʻO nā mea kahiko o Gebala, a me kona poʻe akamai, ʻo ia kou poʻe kāpili moku i waena ou. Pau nā moku holo o ke kai a me ko lākou poʻe holo moku, kai loko ou i ka lawelawe i kou waiwai kālepa.Veteran craftsmen of Gebal were on board as shipwrights to caulk your seams. All the ships of the sea and their sailors came alongside to trade for your wares.
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.
ʻEzek 27:25ʻO nā moku holo o Taresisa kou mau huakaʻi kālepa, a ua hoʻolako ʻia aʻe, a ua hoʻolilo ʻia i nani loa ma loko ʻiʻo o ke kai." 'The ships of Tarshish serve as carriers for your wares. You are filled with heavy cargo in the heart of the sea.
ʻEzek 27:27ʻO kou waiwai nui, a me kou mau wahi i kālepa ai, ʻo kou waiwai kālepa, a kou poʻe holo moku, a me kou mau pailota, ʻo kou mau mea kāpili moku, a me kou mau mea mālama waiwai, a me kou poʻe kānaka kaua a pau i waena ou, a ʻo kou lehulehu hoʻi a pau i loko ou, e hāʻule lākou i loko o ke kai, i ka lā e pau ai ʻoe.Your wealth, merchandise and wares, your mariners, seamen and shipwrights, your merchants and all your soldiers, and everyone else on board will sink into the heart of the sea on the day of your shipwreck.
ʻEzek 27:29A ʻo nā mea hoe a pau, nā holo moku, a me ka poʻe hoʻoholo moku a pau o ke kai, e iho aʻe lākou mai luna aʻe o ko lākou mau moku, a e kū lākou ma ka ʻāina.All who handle the oars will abandon their ships; the mariners and all the seamen will stand on the shore.
ʻEzek 30:9Ia lā nō e holo aku nā ʻelele mai oʻu aku nei ma nā moku e hoʻomakaʻu i ko ʻAitiopa poʻe nanea, a e hiki aʻe ka ʻeha nui ma luna o lākou, e like me ia i nā lā o ʻAigupita; no ka mea, eia aʻe, ke hele mai ia." 'On that day messengers will go out from me in ships to frighten Cush out of her complacency. Anguish will take hold of them on the day of Egypt's doom, for it is sure to come.
ʻEzek 38:15A e hele mai ʻoe mai kou wahi mai, mai loko mai o nā wahi kūkulu ʻākau, ʻo ʻoe a me nā kānaka he nui me ʻoe, e holo ana lākou a pau ma luna o nā lio, he lehulehu loa, he poʻe koa ikaika.You will come from your place in the far north, you and many nations with you, all of them riding on horses, a great horde, a mighty army.
Dan 2:13A holo ka ʻōlelo e luku ʻia ka poʻe naʻauao a pau; a ʻimi ʻia ihola ʻo Daniʻela a me kona mau hoa e pepehi ʻia ai lākou.So the decree was issued to put the wise men to death, and men were sent to look for Daniel and his friends to put them to death.
Dan 2:15ʻĪ akula ʻo ia iā ʻArioka i ka luna o ke aliʻi, ʻī aku, No ke aha lā ka holo wawe ʻana o ka ʻōlelo a ke aliʻi? A laila hoʻākāka maila ʻo ʻArioka iā Daniʻela i ua mea lā.He asked the king's officer, "Why did the king issue such a harsh decree?" Arioch then explained the matter to Daniel.
Dan 8:5A i koʻu noʻonoʻo ʻana, aia hoʻi, he kao kāne, holo maila ia mai ke komohana mai, ma luna o ka honua a pau, ʻaʻole ia e pā iki ma ka lepo; a ʻo ua kao kāne lā he pepeiaohao nui ma waenakonu o kona mau maka.As I was thinking about this, suddenly a goat with a prominent horn between his eyes came from the west, crossing the whole earth without touching the ground.
Dan 8:6A hele maila ia i ka hipa kāne nona ua mau pepeiaohao lā ʻelua, ka mea aʻu i ʻike ai e kū ana ma ka muliwai, a holo akula i ona lā, me ka huhū ikaika.He came toward the two-horned ram I had seen standing beside the canal and charged at him in great rage.
Dan 10:7A ʻo wau wale nō, ʻo Daniʻela, kai ʻike i kēlā mea i hōʻike ʻia; ʻo nā kānaka pū me aʻu, ʻaʻole lākou i ʻike ia mea; akā, ua hāʻule iho ma luna o lākou ka ʻeʻehia nui, a holo kikī aku lākou a peʻe akula.I, Daniel, was the only one who saw the vision; the men with me did not see it, but such terror overwhelmed them that they fled and hid themselves.
Dan 11:30No ka mea, e holo kūʻē mai nō nā moku no Kitima iā ia; no laila e kaumaha nō, a hoʻi mai, a e huhū loa aku ia i ka berita hoʻāno; pēlā nō ʻo ia e hana ai; a hoʻi mai nō ia, a e kuʻikahi pū me ka poʻe i haʻalele i ua berita hoʻāno lā.Ships of the western coastlands will oppose him, and he will lose heart. Then he will turn back and vent his fury against the holy covenant. He will return and show favor to those who forsake the holy covenant.
Dan 12:4Akā, e hoʻopaʻa ʻoe, e Daniʻela, i nā ʻōlelo, a e hoʻopili i ka buke a hiki i ka hope: he nui ka poʻe e holo i ʻō a i ʻō, a e māhuahua ana nō ka ʻike.But you, Daniel, close up and seal the words of the scroll until the time of the end. Many will go here and there to increase knowledge."
Hos 12:12A holo akula ʻo Iakoba i ka ʻāina ʻo Suria; A hoʻoluhi akula ʻo ʻIseraʻela no ka wahine, A no ka wahine mālama akula ia i nā holoholona.Jacob fled to the country of Aram; Israel served to get a wife, and to pay for her he tended sheep.
Hos 14:3ʻAʻole e hoʻōla ko ʻAsuria iā mākou; ʻAʻole mākou e holo ma luna o ka lio; ʻAʻole hoʻi mākou e ʻōlelo hou aku i ka hana a ko mākou mau lima, ʻO ʻoe ko mākou Akua: No ka mea, ma ou lā e loaʻa ai i ka poʻe mākua ʻole ka lokomaikaʻi.Assyria cannot save us; we will not mount war-horses. We will never again say 'Our gods' to what our own hands have made, for in you the fatherless find compassion."
Ioʻela 2:4Like me ka helehelena lio, pēlā kona helehelena; A me nā hoʻoholo lio, pēlā lākou e holo ai.They have the appearance of horses; they gallop along like cavalry.
Ioʻela 2:7E like me nā kānaka ikaika e holo lākou: Like me nā kānaka kaua e piʻi lākou i ka pā; E hele kēlā mea kēia mea o lākou ma kona ala, ʻAʻole lākou e kāpae aʻe i ko lākou hele ʻana;They charge like warriors; they scale walls like soldiers. They all march in line, not swerving from their course.
Ioʻela 2:9E hele lākou i ʻō i ʻō ma ke kūlanakauhale, E holo lākou ma luna o ka pā pōhaku; E piʻi lākou ma luna o nā hale; E komo lākou ma nā puka makani me he ʻaihue lā.They rush upon the city; they run along the wall. They climb into the houses; like thieves they enter through the windows.
ʻAm 2:15ʻAʻole hoʻi e kūpaʻa ka mea e lawe ana i ke kakaka; A ʻo ka mea wāwae māmā, ʻaʻole ia e pakele: ʻAʻole hoʻi ka mea holo ma luna o ka lio e hoʻopakele i kona ola.The archer will not stand his ground, the fleet-footed soldier will not get away, and the horseman will not save his life.
ʻAm 2:16A ʻo ka mea ikaika ma kona naʻau i waena o ka poʻe ikaika, E holo kohana aku ia ia lā, wahi a Iēhova.Even the bravest warriors will flee naked on that day," declares the LORD.
ʻAm 5:19E like me ke kanaka i holo mai ke alo aku o ka liona, a hālāwai ka bea me ia: A i komo paha i loko o ka hale, a hilinaʻi kona lima ma ka paia, a nahu mai ka nahesa iā ia.It will be as though a man fled from a lion only to meet a bear, as though he entered his house and rested his hand on the wall only to have a snake bite him.
ʻAm 6:12E holo anei nā lio ma luna o nā pōhaku? E mahi ʻōʻō palau ʻia anei ma laila me nā bipi kauō? No ka mea, ua hoʻolilo ʻoukou i ka hoʻopono ʻana i lāʻau make, A i ka hua o ka pono, i lāʻau ʻawaʻawa:Do horses run on the rocky crags? Does one plow there with oxen? But you have turned justice into poison and the fruit of righteousness into bitterness--
ʻAm 7:12ʻŌlelo akula hoʻi ʻo ʻAmazia iā ʻAmosa, E ke kāula ʻike, ō hele, e holo aku ʻoe i ka ʻāina ʻo Iuda, a ma laila e ʻai ai i ka berena, a e wānana ma laila:Then Amaziah said to Amos, "Get out, you seer! Go back to the land of Judah. Earn your bread there and do your prophesying there.
ʻAm 8:12A e ʻauana lākou mai ke kai a hiki i ke kai, a mai ke kūkulu ʻākau, a ka hikina, E holo lākou ma ʻō a ma ʻō, e ʻimi ana i ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova, ʻaʻole e loaʻa.Men will stagger from sea to sea and wander from north to east, searching for the word of the LORD, but they will not find it.
ʻAm 9:1ʻIke akula au iā Iēhova e kū ana ma luna o ke kuahu: a ʻī maila ia, E hahau i ke poʻo o ke kia, i haʻalulu ai nā kumu kia; A e ʻoki iā lākou ma ke poʻo, iā lākou a pau; A e pepehi aku au i ke koena o lākou me ka pahi kaua: ʻO ka mea o lākou e holo ana, ʻaʻole ia e malu; A ʻo ka mea e pakele ana, ʻaʻole e pakele ʻiʻo.I saw the Lord standing by the altar, and he said: "Strike the tops of the pillars so that the thresholds shake. Bring them down on the heads of all the people; those who are left I will kill with the sword. Not one will get away, none will escape.
Ion 1:3Akā, kū aʻela ʻo Iona e holo i Taresisa, mai ke alo aku o Iēhova, a iho akula i Iopa; a loaʻa iā ia ka moku e holo ana i Taresisa: a hāʻawi aku ia i ka uku, a komo ihola ia i loko ona e holo pū me lākou i Taresisa mai ke alo aku o Iēhova.But Jonah ran away from the LORD and headed for Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the LORD.
Ion 1:10A laila, makaʻu ihola nā kānaka i ka makaʻu nui, a ʻī akula iā ia, No ke aha lā ʻoe i hana mai ai i kēia? No ka mea, ua ʻike nā kānaka, ua holo ia mai ke alo aku o Iēhova, no ka mea, ua haʻi mai kēlā iā lākou.This terrified them and they asked, "What have you done?" (They knew he was running away from the LORD, because he had already told them so.)
Ion 4:2A pule akula nō ia iā Iēhova, ʻī akula, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e Iēhova, ʻaʻole anei kēia kuʻu ʻōlelo, i kuʻu noho ʻana ma koʻu ʻāina? No laila i holo aku ai au ma mua i Taresisa: no ka mea, ua ʻike nō au he Akua ahonui ʻoe, a me ke aloha, e hākālia ana i ka huhū, a he lokomaikaʻi nui, a me ka haʻalele i ka manaʻo hoʻopaʻi.He prayed to the LORD, "O LORD, is this not what I said when I was still at home? That is why I was so quick to flee to Tarshish. I knew that you are a gracious and compassionate God, slow to anger and abounding in love, a God who relents from sending calamity.
Mika 4:1A i nā lā ma hope e hoʻokūpaʻa ʻia ka mauna o ka hale o Iēhova, ma luna o nā mauna, A e hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻia ʻo ia ma luna o nā puʻu; a e holo nā kānaka i ona lā.In the last days the mountain of the LORD's temple will be established as chief among the mountains; it will be raised above the hills, and peoples will stream to it.
Nahuma 1:8Me ka wai nui e holo ana, a hoʻōki loa aku ia i kona wahi, A e hahai ka pouli i kona poʻe ʻenemi.but with an overwhelming flood he will make an end of ; he will pursue his foes into darkness.
Nahuma 2:4A e holo kikī nā hale kaʻa ma nā alanui; Holo lākou ma ʻō ma ʻō, ma nā ala pālahalaha, Like ko lākou ʻike ʻia ʻana me nā lamakū, A holo lākou me he uwila lā.The chariots storm through the streets, rushing back and forth through the squares. They look like flaming torches; they dart about like lightning.
Nahuma 2:5Hoʻomanaʻo nō ʻo ia i kona poʻe ikaika; E hina lākou i ko lākou hele ʻana, A holo lākou i kona pā pōhaku, A e hoʻomākaukau ʻia kahi e uhi ai.He summons his picked troops, yet they stumble on their way. They dash to the city wall; the protective shield is put in place.
Nahuma 2:8A ua like ʻo Nineva me he kiʻo wai lā, mai ka manawa ma mua mai; Akā, e holo aku nō lākou. E kū ʻoukou, e kū! ʻAʻohe mea e nānā i hope.Nineveh is like a pool, and its water is draining away. "Stop! Stop!" they cry, but no one turns back.
Nahuma 3:2ʻO ka pohā o ka huipa, a ʻo ka halulu o ke kaʻa ʻana o nā kaʻa, A ʻo ka holo ʻana o nā lio, a ʻo ka lele ʻana o nā hale kaʻa.The crack of whips, the clatter of wheels, galloping horses and jolting chariots!
Nahuma 3:7A ʻo nā mea a pau e nānā aku iā ʻoe, Holo nō lākou mai ou aku lā, me ka ʻī ʻana aku, Ua luku ʻia ʻo Nineva! ʻO wai lā ka mea e auē iā ia? A ma hea lā wau e ʻimi aku ai i nā mea hōʻoluʻolu nou?All who see you will flee from you and say, 'Nineveh is in ruins--who will mourn for her?' Where can I find anyone to comfort you?"
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;
Hab 3:8Ua huhū anei ʻo Iēhova i nā muliwai? A ua kūʻē kou inaina i nā kahawai? Ua makaʻē kou huhū i ke kai? I ka manawa āu i holo ai ma luna o kou mau lio, kou mau hale kaʻa o ke ola?Were you angry with the rivers, O LORD? Was your wrath against the streams? Did you rage against the sea when you rode with your horses and your victorious chariots?
Hab 3:10ʻIke aku nā mauna iā ʻoe, haʻalulu ihola; A holo akula ka wai nui, A hoʻopuka mai ka hohonu i kona leo, Hoʻokiʻekiʻe aʻela ia i kona mau lima i luna.the mountains saw you and writhed. Torrents of water swept by; the deep roared and lifted its waves on high.
Hab 3:14Ua ʻō hou aku ʻoe i ke poʻo o kona poʻe aliʻi, me kāna mau ihe, Holo mai lākou, me he ʻino lā, e hoʻopuehu iaʻu; ʻO ko lākou ʻoliʻoli, ua like me ka ʻoliʻoli o ka luku ʻana i ka mea ʻilihune ma kahi malu.With his own spear you pierced his head when his warriors stormed out to scatter us, gloating as though about to devour the wretched who were in hiding.
Hagai 1:9Kuko akula ʻoukou i nui, aia hoʻi he ʻuʻuku; lawe akula ʻoukou i loko o ka hale, a pupuhi akula au ia. No ke aha? wahi a Iēhova, ke Akua o nā kaua. No kuʻu hale nō i neoneo, a holo ʻoukou kēlā mea kēia mea i kona hale iho."You expected much, but see, it turned out to be little. What you brought home, I blew away. Why?" declares the LORD Almighty. "Because of my house, which remains a ruin, while each of you is busy with his own house.
Hagai 2:22A e hoʻokahuli au i ka noho aliʻi o nā aupuni, a e hoʻolilo au i ka ikaika o nā aupuni kanaka ʻē i mea ʻole; e hoʻokahuli hoʻi au i nā hale kaʻa a me ka poʻe holo ma loko; a e hāʻule iho auaneʻi nā lio a me nā hoʻoholo lio, ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea o lākou, i ka pahi kaua a kona hoahānau.I will overturn royal thrones and shatter the power of the foreign kingdoms. I will overthrow chariots and their drivers; horses and their riders will fall, each by the sword of his brother.
Zek 2:4A ʻōlelo akula iā ia, E holo aku ʻoe, e ʻōlelo aku i kēia kanaka ʻōpiopio, penei, E noho puni ʻole i ka pā nā kānaka o Ierusalema, no ka nui o nā kānaka a me nā holoholona i loko.and said to him: "Run, tell that young man, 'Jerusalem will be a city without walls because of the great number of men and livestock in it.
Zek 2:6ʻEā! ʻEā! E holo hoʻi ʻoukou mai ka ʻāina kūkulu ʻākau aku, wahi a Iēhova: no ka mea, ua hoʻopuehu aku au iā ʻoukou me nā makani ʻehā o ka honua, wahi a Iēhova."Come! Come! Flee from the land of the north," declares the LORD, "for I have scattered you to the four winds of heaven," declares the LORD.
Zek 14:5A e holo aku ʻoukou i ke awāwa o nā mauna oʻu, No ka mea, e hiki aku ana ke awāwa o nā mauna i ʻAzala; A e holo ʻoukou e like me ko ʻoukou holo ʻana i ke ōlaʻi, I nā lā o ʻUzia, ʻo ke aliʻi o ka Iuda: A e hele mai ana ʻo Iēhova ʻo koʻu Akua, a me nā haipule a pau me ia.You will flee by my mountain valley, for it will extend to Azel. You will flee as you fled from the earthquake in the days of Uzziah king of Judah. Then the LORD my God will come, and all the holy ones with him.

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