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lāʻau

1. placename. ridge, Hanalei district, Kauaʻi. see Honopū. Hill, Hāmākua, Hāwaiʻi. Point, southwest tip of Molokaʻi. Also called Kalaeokalāʻau. (UL 240.) Street, Ala Wai section, Honolulu. lit.: wood.
2. nvs. tree, plant, wood, timber, forest, stick, pole, rod, splinter, thicket, club; blow or stroke of a club; strength, rigidness, hardness; male erection; to have formed mature wood, as of a seedling; wooden, woody; stiff, as wood.
3. n. wood.
4. nvs. medicine, medical.
5. n. medicine, medicinal drug, medication.
6. nvi. lump or knot in the flesh, as eased by the rubbing kahi massage; to feel such a knot or stiffness; cramp. Charley horse; to have a cramp.
7. n. picture frame.
8. n. general name for canoe endpiece.
9. for nights of the moon beginning with Lāʻau see below and Malo 31, 35.

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Mat 3:10ʻĀnō hoʻi, ke waiho nei ke koʻi lipi ma ke kumu o nā lāʻau, a ʻo kēlā lāʻau ʻo kēia lāʻau e hua ʻole mai ana i ka hua maikaʻi, e kua ia i lalo a e kiola ʻia aku ia i ke ahi.The ax is already at the root of the trees, and every tree that does not produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire.
Mat 7:17ʻO ia hoʻi, ʻo nā lāʻau maikaʻi a pau, ua hua mai nō lākou i nā hua maikaʻi; akā, ʻo ka lāʻau ʻino, ua hua mai nō hoʻi ia i nā hua ʻino.Likewise every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit.
Mat 7:18ʻAʻole e hiki i ka lāʻau maikaʻi ke hua mai i ka hua ʻino; ʻaʻole hoʻi e hiki i ka lāʻau ʻino ke hua mai i ka hua maikaʻi.A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, and a bad tree cannot bear good fruit.
Mat 7:19ʻO kēlā lāʻau a ʻo kēia lāʻau ke hua ʻole mai ia i ka hua maikaʻi, ua kua ʻia ʻo ia i lalo, a ua kiola ʻia aku hoʻi ia i loko o ke ahi.Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire.
Mat 12:33Inā e hoʻomaikaʻi aku ʻoukou i ka lāʻau, e hoʻomaikaʻi pū nō hoʻi i ko nā hua; akā i ʻole, a laila e hōʻino aku i ka lāʻau me ka hōʻino pū i kona hua; no ka mea, ua ʻikea ka lāʻau ma kona hua."Make a tree good and its fruit will be good, or make a tree bad and its fruit will be bad, for a tree is recognized by its fruit.
Mat 13:32He makaliʻi kēia hua i nā hua a pau, a kupu aʻe ia, ua ʻoi kona kino i nā laʻalāʻau a pau, a lilo aʻela ia i lāʻau, a lele mai nā manu o ka lewa, a kau iho i luna o kona mau lālā.Though it is the smallest of all your seeds, yet when it grows, it is the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and perch in its branches."
Mat 21:8Hohola ihola ka nui o ka poʻe kānaka i ko lākou kapa ma ke alanui, a ʻokiʻoki aʻela kekahi poʻe i nā lālā lāʻau, a hāliʻiliʻi ihola ma ke alanui.A very large crowd spread their cloaks on the road, while others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road.
Mat 21:19ʻIke aʻela ia i kekahi lāʻau fiku ma kapa alanui, hele akula ia i laila, a ʻo nā lau wale nō i loaʻa iā ia ma luna ona; ʻī aku ia i ua lāʻau lā, Mai noho a ulu ka hua ma luna ou ma ia hope a mau loa aku. Maloʻo koke ihola ua lāʻau fiku lā.Seeing a fig tree by the road, he went up to it but found nothing on it except leaves. Then he said to it, "May you never bear fruit again!" Immediately the tree withered.
Mat 21:20A ʻike aʻela ka poʻe haumāna, kāhāhā ihola lākou, ʻī aʻela, ʻEmo ʻole ka maloʻo ʻana o ka lāʻau fiku!When the disciples saw this, they were amazed. "How did the fig tree wither so quickly?" they asked.
Mat 21:21ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iesū, ʻī maila iā lākou, He ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, Inā he manaʻoʻiʻo ko ʻoukou, ʻaʻole ʻoukou kānalua, e hana nō ʻoukou ʻaʻole i kēia wale nō ʻo ka lāʻau fiku; akā, inā e ʻōlelo aku ʻoukou i kēia mauna, E kaʻikaʻi ʻia aʻe ʻoe, a e hoʻolei ʻia aku i loko o ka moana; e hana ʻia nō ia.Jesus replied, "I tell you the truth, if you have faith and do not doubt, not only can you do what was done to the fig tree, but also you can say to this mountain, 'Go, throw yourself into the sea,' and it will be done.
Mat 24:32E aʻo ʻoukou i ka ʻōlelo nane no ka lāʻau fiku; Aia ʻōpiopio nā lālā, a ulu aʻe nā lau, ua ʻike ʻoukou, ke kokoke mai nei ke kau."Now learn this lesson from the fig tree: As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near.
Mat 27:34Hāʻawi akula lākou i ka vīnega i kāwili pū ʻia me ka lāʻau ʻawaʻawa, e inu; a i ka hoʻāʻo ʻana iho, ʻaʻole ia i makemake e inu.There they offered Jesus wine to drink, mixed with gall; but after tasting it, he refused to drink it.
Mar 8:24Nānā aʻela ia i luna, ʻī akula. Ke ʻike nei au i kānaka, me he mau lāʻau lā e hele ana.He looked up and said, "I see people; they look like trees walking around."
Mar 11:8Nui nā mea i hāliʻiliʻi aʻe i ko lākou kapa ma ke alanui; a ʻo kekahi poʻe ʻē hoʻi, ʻoʻoki aʻela lākou i nā lālā lāʻau, a hāliʻiliʻi ihola ma ke alanui.Many people spread their cloaks on the road, while others spread branches they had cut in the fields.
Mar 11:13ʻIke akula ia i kekahi lāʻau fiku, ma kahi mamao aku, he lau ma luna; hele aʻela ia e ʻimi i ko luna o ka lāʻau; a hiki aʻela ia i laila, loaʻa iā ia he lau wale nō; no ka mea, ʻaʻole ia ʻo ka manawa fiku.Seeing in the distance a fig tree in leaf, he went to find out if it had any fruit. When he reached it, he found nothing but leaves, because it was not the season for figs.
Mar 11:20A kakahiaka aʻe, i ko lākou hoʻi ʻana mai, ʻike akula lākou i ka lāʻau fiku, ua pau i ka maloʻo, mai ke kumu aʻe.In the morning, as they went along, they saw the fig tree withered from the roots.
Mar 11:21Hoʻomanaʻo ihola ʻo Petero, ʻī aʻela iā ia, E ka Haku, e nānā, aia ka lāʻau fiku āu i hōʻino ai, ua maloʻo loa.Peter remembered and said to Jesus, "Rabbi, look! The fig tree you cursed has withered!"
Mar 12:26A no ke ala hou ʻana o ka poʻe make, ʻaʻole anei ʻoukou i heluhelu i loko o ka palapala a Mose, i ka mea a ke Akua i ʻōlelo mai ai iā ia, ma loko o ka lāʻau, ʻī mai, ʻO wau nō ke Akua o ʻAberahama, a ʻo ke Akua o ʻIsaʻaka, a ʻo ke Akua o Iakoba?Now about the dead rising--have you not read in the book of Moses, in the account of the bush, how God said to him, 'I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob'+t +u?
Mar 13:28E aʻo hoʻi ʻoukou i ka nane o ka lāʻau fiku: i ka wā e ʻōpiopio ai kona lālā, a e hoʻomaka ana nā lau, a laila ʻoukou e ʻike ai, ua kokoke mai ke kau:"Now learn this lesson from the fig tree: As soon as its twigs get tender and its leaves come out, you know that summer is near.
Mar 15:19Hahau akula lākou i kona poʻo i ka lāʻau, kuhakuha akula iā ia, a kukuli ihola e hoʻomana iā ia.Again and again they struck him on the head with a staff and spit on him. Falling on their knees, they paid homage to him.
Luka 3:9ʻĀnō hoʻi, ke waiho ʻia nei ke koʻi ma ke kumu o nā lāʻau; no laila, ʻo kēlā lāʻau kēia lāʻau i hoʻohua ʻole mai i ka hua maikaʻi, ʻo ia ke kua ʻia i lalo a kiola ʻia aku i ke ahi.The ax is already at the root of the trees, and every tree that does not produce good fruit will be cut down and thrown into the fire."
Luka 6:43No ka mea, ʻaʻole hoʻohua mai ka lāʻau maikaʻi i ka hua ʻino; ʻaʻole hoʻi hoʻohua mai ka lāʻau ʻino i ka hua maikaʻi."No good tree bears bad fruit, nor does a bad tree bear good fruit.
Luka 6:44No ka mea, ua ʻike ʻia ka lāʻau ma kona hua iho. ʻAʻole i ʻohi ʻia mai nā hua fiku, mai ke kākalaioa mai, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ʻohi ʻia mai nā hua waina mai ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi mai.Each tree is recognized by its own fruit. People do not pick figs from thornbushes, or grapes from briers.
Luka 11:42Auē hoʻi ʻoukou, e ka poʻe Parisaio! No ka mea, ua hoʻokupu ʻoukou i ka hapaʻumi o ka mineta, a ʻo ka rue, a ʻo nā lāʻau iki ʻai a pau, a haʻalele nō i ka pono a me ke aloha i ke Akua; ʻo ko ʻoukou mau mea kēia e pono ai ke hana, ʻaʻole hoʻi e haʻalele i kēlā."Woe to you Pharisees, because you give God a tenth of your mint, rue and all other kinds of garden herbs, but you neglect justice and the love of God. You should have practiced the latter without leaving the former undone.
Luka 13:6A ʻōlelo mai ʻo ia i kēia ʻōlelo nane; He lāʻau fiku kā kekahi kanaka, ua kanu ʻia i loko o kona pā waina; a hele mai ia e ʻimi i ka hua ma luna ona, ʻaʻole i loaʻa.Then he told this parable: "A man had a fig tree, planted in his vineyard, and he went to look for fruit on it, but did not find any.
Luka 13:7A laila ʻī akula ʻo ia i ka mea nāna i mālama i ka pā waina, Eia hoʻi, ʻekolu aʻe nei oʻu mau makahiki i hele mai nei e ʻimi ana i ka hua ma luna o kēia lāʻau fiku, ʻaʻole hoʻi i loaʻa iaʻu; e kua aku ia; no ke aha lā ʻo ia e hoʻopilikia ai i ka ʻāina?So he said to the man who took care of the vineyard, 'For three years now I've been coming to look for fruit on this fig tree and haven't found any. Cut it down! Why should it use up the soil?'
Luka 13:19Ua like ia me ka hua mākeke a kekahi kanaka i lawe ai, a hoʻolei i loko o kāna māla; a ulu aʻela, a lilo aʻela i lāʻau nui, a kau ihola nā manu o ka lewa ma kona mau lālā.It is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his garden. It grew and became a tree, and the birds of the air perched in its branches."
Luka 17:6ʻĪ maila hoʻi ka Haku, Inā he manaʻoʻiʻo ko ʻoukou e like me ka hua mākeke, e hiki iā ʻoukou ke ʻōlelo i kēia lāʻau sukamino, E hehu ʻia aku, a e kanu hou ʻia aku i ke kai, a e hoʻolohe nō ia iā ʻoukou.He replied, "If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mulberry tree, 'Be uprooted and planted in the sea,' and it will obey you.
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 20:37A no ka hoʻāla hou ʻana o ka poʻe i make, ua hōʻike mai ʻo Mose ma ka lāʻau i kona kapa ʻana i ka Haku, ke Akua no ʻAberahama, ke Akua no ʻIsaʻaka, ke Akua no Iakoba.But in the account of the bush, even Moses showed that the dead rise, for he calls the Lord 'the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.'
Luka 21:29A ʻōlelo maila ʻo ia i ka ʻōlelo nane iā lākou; E hoʻomanaʻo ʻoukou i ka lāʻau fiku, a me nā lāʻau a pau.He told them this parable: "Look at the fig tree and all the trees.
Luka 23:26A i ko lākou kaʻi ʻana aku iā ia, lālau iho lākou iā Simona no Kurene e hele mai ana mai ka ʻāina mai, kau akula lākou i ka lāʻau keʻa ma luna ona, e hali aku ia ma hope o Iesū.As they led him away, they seized Simon from Cyrene, who was on his way in from the country, and put the cross on him and made him carry it behind Jesus.
Luka 23:31No ka mea, inā e hana lākou i kēia mau mea i ka lāʻau maka, he aha ka mea e hana ʻia ai i ka lāʻau maloʻo?For if men do these things when the tree is green, what will happen when it is dry?"
Ioane 1:48Nīnau akula ʻo Natanaʻela iā ia, ʻī akula, Ināhea ʻoe i ʻike mai ai iaʻu? ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, ʻī maila, Ma mua o kā Pilipo kāhea ʻana aku iā ʻoe, ua ʻike au iā ʻoe e noho ana ma lalo o ka lāʻau fiku."How do you know me?" Nathanael asked. Jesus answered, "I saw you while you were still under the fig tree before Philip called you."
Ioane 1:50ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, ʻī maila, No kaʻu haʻi ʻana aku iā ʻoe, Ua ʻike au iā ʻoe ma lalo o ka lāʻau fiku, ke manaʻoʻiʻo nei anei ʻoe? E ʻike auaneʻi ʻoe i nā mea nui ʻē aku i kēia.Jesus said, "You believe because I told you I saw you under the fig tree. You shall see greater things than that."
Ioane 19:29E waiho ana i laila kekahi ipu, ua piha i ka vīnega: a hoʻopiha ihola lākou i ka huʻahuʻa kai i ka vīnega, a kau akula ma ka lāʻau husopa, a hoʻopā akula i kona waha.A jar of wine vinegar was there, so they soaked a sponge in it, put the sponge on a stalk of the hyssop plant, and lifted it to Jesus' lips.
Ioane 19:39Hele maila nō hoʻi ʻo Nikodemo, (ʻo ia ka mea i hele i o Iesū lā ma mua i ka pō,) e lawe mai ana i ka lāʻau, he mura i hui ʻia me ka ʻaloe, hoʻokahi haneri paona paha.He was accompanied by Nicodemus, the man who earlier had visited Jesus at night. Nicodemus brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five pounds.
Ioane 19:40Lawe aʻela lāua i ke kino o Iesū, a wahī ihola iā ia i ka lole olonā me ua lāʻau ʻala lā, e like me ke ʻano o ke kanu ʻana a nā Iudaio.Taking Jesus' body, the two of them wrapped it, with the spices, in strips of linen. This was in accordance with Jewish burial customs.
ʻOih 5:30ʻO ke Akua o ko kākou poʻe kūpuna, ua hoʻāla hou mai ʻo ia iā Iesū, i ka mea a ʻoukou i pepehi ai, a kau ma luna o ka lāʻau.The God of our fathers raised Jesus from the dead--whom you had killed by hanging him on a tree.
ʻOih 7:30A pau nā makahiki hoʻokahi kanahā, ʻike ʻia maila he ʻānela o ka Haku iā ia, ma ka wao nahele, ma ka mauna Sinai, ma loko o ka lapalapa ahi o ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi."After forty years had passed, an angel appeared to Moses in the flames of a burning bush in the desert near Mount Sinai.
ʻOih 7:35ʻO ua Mose lā, ka mea a lākou i hōʻole ai, me ka ʻī ʻana aʻe, ʻO wai ka mea i hoʻonoho iā ʻoe, i aliʻi, a i luna kānāwai? ʻO ia nō kā ke Akua i hoʻouna aku ai i aliʻi, a i ola, ma ka lima o ka ʻānela āna i ʻike aku ai i waena o ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi."This is the same Moses whom they had rejected with the words, 'Who made you ruler and judge?' He was sent to be their ruler and deliverer by God himself, through the angel who appeared to him in the bush.
ʻOih 10:39He poʻe hōʻike mākou i nā mea a pau āna i hana ai ma ka ʻāina o nā Iudaio, a me Ierusalema; na lākou nō ia i pepehi, a kau aku hoʻi ma luna o ka lāʻau."We are witnesses of everything he did in the country of the Jews and in Jerusalem. They killed him by hanging him on a tree,
ʻOih 13:29A pau aʻela nā mea i palapala ʻia nona, i ka hoʻokō ʻia e lākou, lawe maila lākou iā ia, mai ka lāʻau mai, a waiho ma loko o ka hale kupapaʻu.When they had carried out all that was written about him, they took him down from the tree and laid him in a tomb.
ʻOih 16:24I ka loaʻa ʻana o kēia kauoha, hahao akula ʻo ia iā lāua ma loko lilo o ka hale paʻahao, a hoʻopaʻa ihola i ko lāua mau wāwae ma ka lāʻau.Upon receiving such orders, he put them in the inner cell and fastened their feet in the stocks.
Roma 14:2Ua manaʻo kekahi e pono ke ʻai ia i nā mea a pau; akā, ʻo ka mea nāwaliwali, ua ʻai nō ia i nā lāʻau iki ʻai.One man's faith allows him to eat everything, but another man, whose faith is weak, eats only vegetables.
1-Kor 3:12Inā e kūkulu kekahi kanaka ma luna o kēia kumu, he gula paha, he kālā, he pōhaku maikaʻi, he lāʻau, he mauʻu, he ʻōpala;If any man builds on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw,
1-Kor 4:21He aha ko ʻoukou makemake? E hele paha wau i o ʻoukou lā me ka lāʻau hahau, me ke aloha paha, a me ka manaʻo akahai?What do you prefer? Shall I come to you with a whip, or in love and with a gentle spirit?
2-Kor 11:25ʻEkolu oʻu hahau ʻana i nā lāʻau; ʻakahi oʻu hailuku ʻana i nā pōhaku; ʻekolu oʻu make ʻana i ka moana: ʻakahi pō ʻakahi ao oʻu i loko o ka hohonu.Three times I was beaten with rods, once I was stoned, three times I was shipwrecked, I spent a night and a day in the open sea,
Gal 3:13Ua hoʻōla aʻela ʻo Kristo iā kākou mai ka hoʻāhewa ʻia e ke kānāwai, i kona lilo ʻana i ka hoʻāhewa ʻia no kākou: no ka mea, ua palapala ʻia, Ua hoʻāhewa ʻia nā mea a pau i kau ʻia ma luna o ka lāʻau:Christ redeemed us from the curse of the law by becoming a curse for us, for it is written: "Cursed is everyone who is hung on a tree."
2-Tim 2:20A i loko o ka hale nui, ʻaʻole ʻo nā ipu gula a me ke kālā wale nō, akā, ʻo ka lāʻau, a me ka lepo kekahi; no ka hanohano kekahi, no ka hanohano ʻole kekahi.In a large house there are articles not only of gold and silver, but also of wood and clay; some are for noble purposes and some for ignoble.
Iak 3:12E nā hoahānau oʻu, e hiki anei i ka lāʻau fiku ke hua mai i ka hua ʻoliva, a ʻo ke kumu waina hoʻi i ka fiku? ʻOiaʻiʻo hoʻi, ʻaʻole e hiki i ka pūnāwai hoʻokahi ke kahe mai i ka wai ʻawaʻawa a me ka wai ʻono.My brothers, can a fig tree bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs? Neither can a salt spring produce fresh water.
1-Pet 2:24Nāna iho nō i hali i ko kākou hewa ma kona kino iho ma luna o ka lāʻau, i make ai kākou i ka hewa, e ola ai i ka pono; ua hoʻōla ʻia hoʻi ʻoukou e kona mau palapū.He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, so that we might die to sins and live for righteousness; by his wounds you have been healed.
Iuda 1:12He mau pūkoʻa ia mau mea ma kā ʻoukou mau ʻahaʻaina aloha, ua ʻahaʻaina hilahila ʻole lākou me ka hānai ʻana iā lākou iho: he mau ao ua ʻole i lele ʻino i ka makani; he mau lāʻau i mae wale, hua ʻole, i pālua ka make ʻana, a i huki ʻia ke aʻa;These men are blemishes at your love feasts, eating with you without the slightest qualm--shepherds who feed only themselves. They are clouds without rain, blown along by the wind; autumn trees, without fruit and uprooted--twice dead.
Hōʻik 2:7ʻO ka mea pepeiao lā, e hoʻolohe ia i ka mea a ka ʻUhane e ʻōlelo nei i nā ʻekalesia; ʻO ka mea lanakila, e hāʻawi nō wau iā ia, e ʻai i ko ka lāʻau o ke ola, ka mea ma loko o ka paradaiso o koʻu Akua.He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. To him who overcomes, I will give the right to eat from the tree of life, which is in the paradise of God.
Hōʻik 3:18Ke aʻo aku nei au iā ʻoe, e kūʻai me aʻu i ke gula i hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia i ke ahi, i waiwai ʻiʻo ʻoe; a i ʻaʻahu keʻokeʻo, i ʻaʻahu ʻia ʻoe, i ʻike ʻole ʻia mai ka hilahila o kou ʻōlohelohe ʻana: a i lāʻau mākole e hamo ai i kou mau maka, i ʻike ʻoe.I counsel you to buy from me gold refined in the fire, so you can become rich; and white clothes to wear, so you can cover your shameful nakedness; and salve to put on your eyes, so you can see.
Hōʻik 6:13A hāʻule maila nā hōkū o ka lani a i ka honua, e like me ka lāʻau fiku i lūlū i kona hua ʻōpiopio i kona wā i hoʻoluliluli ʻia e ka makani nui;and the stars in the sky fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when shaken by a strong wind.
Hōʻik 7:1Ma hope iho o kēia mau mea, ʻike akula au i nā ʻānela ʻehā e kū ana ma nā kihi ʻehā o ka honua, e paʻa ana i nā makani ʻehā o ka honua, i pā ʻole mai ka makani ma ka ʻāina, ʻaʻole hoʻi ma ka moana, ʻaʻole hoʻi ma kekahi lāʻau.After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth to prevent any wind from blowing on the land or on the sea or on any tree.
Hōʻik 7:3ʻĪ maila ʻo ia, Mai hana ʻino ʻoukou i ka ʻāina, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ka moana, ʻaʻole hoʻi i nā lāʻau, a hōʻailona akula mākou i nā kauā a ko kākou Akua ma ko lākou lae."Do not harm the land or the sea or the trees until we put a seal on the foreheads of the servants of our God."
Hōʻik 8:7A puhi aʻela ka ʻānela mua, a hiki maila ka huahekili, a me ke ahi, i hui pū ʻia me ke koko, ua hoʻolei ʻia ihola ia i ka honua. Pau ihola i ke ahi ka hapakolu o nā lāʻau, a pau nō hoʻi ka mauʻu uliuli a pau i ke ahi.The first angel sounded his trumpet, and there came hail and fire mixed with blood, and it was hurled down upon the earth. A third of the earth was burned up, a third of the trees were burned up, and all the green grass was burned up.
Hōʻik 9:4A ua kauoha ʻia mai lākou, ʻaʻole e hana ʻino i ka mauʻu o ka honua, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi mea uliuli, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi lāʻau; i nā kānaka wale nō, i ka poʻe ʻaʻole i loaʻa ka hōʻailona o ke Akua ma ko lākou lae.They were told not to harm the grass of the earth or any plant or tree, but only those people who did not have the seal of God on their foreheads.
Hōʻik 9:20A ʻo kānaka i koe, ka poʻe i make ʻole i kēia mau mea ʻino, ʻaʻole lākou i mihi i nā hana a ko lākou mau lima, i ʻole ai lākou e hoʻomana aku i nā daimonio, a me nā akua kiʻi, o ke gula, a me ke kālā, a me ke keleawe, a me ka pōhaku, a me ka lāʻau; nā mea ʻaʻole hiki ke nānā, ʻaʻole hoʻi ke lohe, ʻaʻole hoʻi ke hele.The rest of mankind that were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood--idols that cannot see or hear or walk.
Hōʻik 11:1Hāʻawi ʻia maila naʻu kekahi lāʻau, ua like me ke koʻokoʻo; a kū mai ka ʻānela, ʻī maila, E kū mai ʻoe e ana i ka luakini o ke Akua, a me ke kuahu, a me ka poʻe hoʻomana ma loko.I was given a reed like a measuring rod and was told, "Go and measure the temple of God and the altar, and count the worshipers there.
Hōʻik 18:12ʻO ka waiwai, ʻo ke gula, a me ke kālā, a me nā pōhaku maikaʻi, a me nā momi, a me ka pālule makaliʻi, a me ka lole mākuʻe, a me ka lole paheʻe a me ka ʻula, a me nā lāʻau ʻala a pau, a me nā ipu niho ʻelepane a pau, a me nā ipu lāʻau maikaʻi a pau, a me ke keleawe, a me ka hao, a me ka pōhaku keʻokeʻo,cargoes of gold, silver, precious stones and pearls; fine linen, purple, silk and scarlet cloth; every sort of citron wood, and articles of every kind made of ivory, costly wood, bronze, iron and marble;
Hōʻik 22:2A ma waena o kona alanui a ma kēlā kapa kēia kapa o ka muliwai, ʻo ka lāʻau o ke ola, e hua ana i ka hua he ʻumikumamālua ke ʻano, ʻakahi malama, ʻakahi hua āna. A ʻo nā lau o ka lāʻau, ʻo ia ka mea e ola ai nā lāhui kanaka.down the middle of the great street of the city. On each side of the river stood the tree of life, bearing twelve crops of fruit, yielding its fruit every month. And the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.
Hōʻik 22:14Pōmaikaʻi ka poʻe mālama i kona mau kānāwai, i hiki ke loaʻa iā lākou ko ka lāʻau o ke ola, i komo aku hoʻi ma nā puka, i loko o ke kūlanakauhale."Blessed are those who wash their robes, that they may have the right to the tree of life and may go through the gates into the city.
Hōʻik 22:19A inā e lawe aku kekahi i kekahi ʻōlelo o ka buke o kēia wānana, na ke Akua nō e lawe aku i kona kuleana mai loko aku o ka lāʻau o ke ola, a mai loko aku o ke kūlanakauhale hoʻāno, a mai waena aku o nā mea i palapala ʻia ma loko o kēia buke.And if anyone takes words away from this book of prophecy, God will take away from him his share in the tree of life and in the holy city, which are described in this book.
Kin 1:11ʻĪ ihola ke Akua, E hoʻoulu mai ka honua i ka mauʻu, a me ka lau nahele e hua ana i ka hua, a me ka lāʻau hua e hua ana hoʻi ma kona ʻano iho, i loko ona iho kona hua ma luna o ka honua: a pēlā ʻiʻo nō.Then God said, "Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds." And it was so.
Kin 1:12A hoʻoulu maila ka honua i ka mauʻu, a me ka lau nahele e hua ana i ka hua ma kona ʻano iho, a me ka lāʻau e hua ana i ka hua, i loko ona kona hua ma kona ʻano iho: nānā ihola hoʻi ke Akua, ua maikaʻi.The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good.
Kin 1:29ʻĪ maila ke Akua, Aia hoʻi, ua hāʻawi aku au na ʻolua i nā lau nahele a pau e hua ana i ka hua ma luna o ka honua a pau, a me nā lāʻau a pau i loko ona ka hua o ka lāʻau e hua ana i ka hua; he mea ʻai ia na ʻolua.Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.
Kin 2:9Hoʻoulu aʻela ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i nā lāʻau a pau mai loko aʻe o ka honua, i nā mea ʻoluʻolu no ka maka, i nā mea ʻono hoʻi ke ʻai; i ka lāʻau o ke ola hoʻi i waenakonu o ka mahina ʻai, a me ka lāʻau i ʻikea ai ka pono a me ka hewa.The Lord God made all kinds of trees grow out of the ground — trees that were pleasing to the eye and good for food. In the middle of the garden were the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.
Kin 2:16Kauoha maila ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i ke kanaka, ʻī maila, E ʻai wale ʻoe i ko kēia lāʻau kēlā lāʻau o ka mahina ʻai nei:And the Lord God commanded the man, "You are free to eat from any tree in the garden;
Kin 2:17Akā, ʻo ko ka lāʻau i ʻikea ai ka pono a me ka hewa, mai ʻai iho ʻoe ia mea: no ka mea, i kou lā e ʻai ai ia mea, he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e make ʻoe.but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, for when you eat from it you will certainly die."
Kin 3:1Ua ʻoi aku ka maʻalea o ka nahesa i ko nā holoholona o ke kula a pau a Iēhova ke Akua i hana ai. ʻĪ maila ia i ka wahine, He ʻoiaʻiʻo anei, ua pāpā mai ke Akua, ʻAʻole ʻolua e ʻai i ko nā lāʻau a pau o ka mahina ʻai nei?Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, "Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?"
Kin 3:2ʻĪ akula ka wahine i ka nahesa, E pono nō māua ke ʻai i ka hua o nā lāʻau o ka mahina ʻai nei:The woman said to the serpent, "We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden,
Kin 3:3Akā, ʻo ka hua o ka lāʻau i waenakonu o ke kīhāpai, ua ʻī mai ke Akua, Mai ʻai ʻolua ia mea, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻopā aku, o make ʻolua.but God did say, ‘You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die.’"
Kin 3:6A ʻike aʻela ka wahine, he ʻono ko ia lāʻau i mea ʻai, a he maikaʻi hoʻi i nā maka, a he lāʻau makemake ʻia i mea hoʻonaʻauao, lālau akula ia i kona hua, ʻai ihola, a hāʻawi akula hoʻi na kāna kāne me ia, a ʻai ihola nō hoʻi ʻo ia.When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it.
Kin 3:8Lohe aʻela lāua i ka leo o Iēhova ke Akua, e holoholo ana ma ka mahina ʻai i ka wā malu o ka lā: peʻe ihola ʻo ʻAdamu me kāna wahine ma waena o nā lāʻau o ua mahina ʻai lā, mai ke alo aku o Iēhova ke Akua.Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and they hid from the Lord God among the trees of the garden.
Kin 3:11ʻĪ maila kēlā, Na wai i haʻi mai iā ʻoe, ʻaʻohe ou kapa? Ua ʻai anei ʻoe i ko ka lāʻau aʻu i pāpā aku ai iā ʻoe, Mai ʻai ʻoe?And he said, "Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree that I commanded you not to eat from?"
Kin 3:12ʻŌlelo akula ke kanaka, Na ka wahine āu i hāʻawi mai ai naʻu, nāna nō i hāʻawi mai i ko ka lāʻau, a ʻai ihola au.The man said, "The woman you put here with me — she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it."
Kin 3:17ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ia iā ʻAdamu, No ka mea, ua hoʻolohe ʻoe i ka leo o kāu wahine, a ua ʻai hoʻi i ko ka lāʻau aʻu i pāpā aku ai iā ʻoe, i ka ʻī ʻana, Mai ʻai ʻoe ia mea, ua hoʻohewa ʻia ka ʻāina nou; me ka luhi ʻoe e ʻai ai i kāna, a pau nā lā o kou ola ʻana:To Adam he said, "Because you listened to your wife and ate fruit from the tree about which I commanded you, ‘You must not eat from it,’ "Cursed is the ground because of you; through painful toil you will eat food from it all the days of your life.
Kin 3:22ʻĪ ihola ʻo Iēhova ke Akua, Aia hoʻi, ua like ke kanaka me kekahi o kākou, ka ʻike i ka pono a me ka hewa: ʻānō hoʻi, o lālau aku kona lima, a lawe hoʻi i ko ka lāʻau ola, ʻai iho a ola mau loa aku:And the Lord God said, "The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever."
Kin 3:24Pēlā ʻo ia i kipaku ai i ke kanaka; a hoʻonoho ihola ma ka hikina o ka mahina ʻai ʻo ʻEdena i nā kerubima, a me ka pahi wakawaka e kā ana i ʻō i ʻaneʻi i maluhia ai ke ala ma ka lāʻau ola.After he drove the man out, he placed on the east side of the Garden of Eden cherubim and a flaming sword flashing back and forth to guard the way to the tree of life.
Kin 12:6Kaʻahele aʻela ʻo ʻAberama i ka ʻāina, a hiki akula i kahi o Sikema, i ka lāʻau ʻoka o More. E noho ana nō nā mamo a Kanaʻana ma ia ʻāina ia manawa.Abram traveled through the land as far as the site of the great tree of Moreh at Shechem. At that time the Canaanites were in the land.
Kin 13:18A laila lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAberama i kona halelewa, hele akula ia a noho ihola ma nā lāʻau ʻoka no Mamere, aia nō ma Heberona, a hana ihola ia i laila i kuahu no Iēhova.So Abram went to live near the great trees of Mamre at Hebron, where he pitched his tents. There he built an altar to the Lord.
Kin 14:13Hele maila kekahi o ka poʻe i pakele, a haʻi maila iā ʻAberama ka Hebera; no ka mea, i noho ai ʻo ia ma nā lāʻau ʻoka no Mamere ka ʻAmori, ka hoahānau o ʻEsekola, a ʻo ʻAnera: a ua hoʻolauna pū lākou nei me ʻAberama.A man who had escaped came and reported this to Abram the Hebrew. Now Abram was living near the great trees of Mamre the Amorite, a brother of Eshkol and Aner, all of whom were allied with Abram.
Kin 18:1ʻIkea aʻela ʻo Iēhova e ia ma nā lāʻau ʻoka o Mamere: a noho ihola ia ma ka puka o ka halelewa, i ka manawa i wela mai ai ka lā.The Lord appeared to Abraham near the great trees of Mamre while he was sitting at the entrance to his tent in the heat of the day.
Kin 18:4Ke noi aku nei au, i lawe ʻia mai kekahi wai iki e holoi i ko ʻoukou mau wāwae, a e hoʻomaha iho ʻoukou ma lalo o ka lāʻau.Let a little water be brought, and then you may all wash your feet and rest under this tree.
Kin 18:8Lālau aku ia i wahi bata a me ka waiū, a me ka bipi keiki āna i kālua ai, a kau akula i mua o lākou: a kū akula ia ma o lākou lā ma lalo o ka lāʻau; a ʻai ihola lākou.He then brought some curds and milk and the calf that had been prepared, and set these before them. While they ate, he stood near them under a tree.
Kin 21:15A pau aʻela ka wai i loko o ka hue wai, waiho ihola ia i ke keiki ma lalo o kekahi lāʻau ʻuʻuku.When the water in the skin was gone, she put the boy under one of the bushes.
Kin 21:33Kanu ihola ʻo ʻAberahama i lāʻau ma Beʻereseba, a kāhea akula i laila i ka inoa ʻo Iēhova ke Akua mau loa.Abraham planted a tamarisk tree in Beersheba, and there he called on the name of the Lord, the Eternal God.
Kin 23:17A ua hoʻolilo paʻa ʻia ka mahina ʻai a ʻEperona ma Makepela, ma ke alo o Mamere, ʻo ka mahina ʻai me ke ana ma loko, a me nā lāʻau a pau o ua mahina ʻai lā, a e puni ana ma nā palena a pau,So Ephron’s field in Machpelah near Mamre — both the field and the cave in it, and all the trees within the borders of the field — was deeded
Kin 30:37Lawe aʻela ʻo Iakoba i nā lāʻau popela maka, me nā lāʻau ʻalemone, a me nā lāʻau pelane, a ihi ihola i nā kaha ʻōniʻoniʻo keʻokeʻo ma ua mau lāʻau lā, i mōakāka nā wahi keʻokeʻo o ua mau lāʻau lā.Jacob, however, took fresh-cut branches from poplar, almond and plane trees and made white stripes on them by peeling the bark and exposing the white inner wood of the branches.
Kin 30:38Kūkulu ihola ia i nā lāʻau āna i ihi ai, i mua o nā holoholona, ma nā pā wai hoʻoinu, i ka wā i hele ai lākou e inu, i hāpai ai lākou i ka wā i hele ai lākou e inu.Then he placed the peeled branches in all the watering troughs, so that they would be directly in front of the flocks when they came to drink. When the flocks were in heat and came to drink,
Kin 30:39Hāpai ihola nā holoholona i mua o ua mau lāʻau lā, a hānau maila i nā keiki ʻōniʻoniʻo, kikokiko, a me ke kīkohukohu.they mated in front of the branches. And they bore young that were streaked or speckled or spotted.
Kin 30:41I ka wā i ʻai ai nā holoholona ikaika, a laila, waiho ihola ʻo Iakoba i nā lāʻau i mua o nā maka o nā holoholona ma loko o nā pā wai inu, i hāpai ai lākou i mua o nā lāʻau.Whenever the stronger females were in heat, Jacob would place the branches in the troughs in front of the animals so they would mate near the branches,
Kin 30:42Akā, inā he mau holoholona nāwaliwali lākou, ʻaʻole ia i waiho i nā lāʻau i loko; pēlā nō, na Labana ka poʻe nāwaliwali, a na Iakoba ka poʻe ikaika.but if the animals were weak, he would not place them there. So the weak animals went to Laban and the strong ones to Jacob.
Kin 35:4Hāʻawi maila lākou iā Iakoba i nā akua ʻē ma ko lākou lima, a me nā apo ma nā pepeiao o lākou: a hūnā ihola ʻo Iakoba ia mau mea ma lalo o ka lāʻau ʻoka aia ma Sekema.So they gave Jacob all the foreign gods they had and the rings in their ears, and Jacob buried them under the oak at Shechem.
Kin 35:8Make ihola ʻo Debora ʻo ke kahu no Rebeka, a ua kanu ʻia ʻo ia ma lalo o Betela ma lalo o kekahi lāʻau ʻoka: a ua kapa ʻia ka inoa o ia wahi, ʻo ʻAlona-bakuta.Now Deborah, Rebekah’s nurse, died and was buried under the oak outside Bethel. So it was named Allon Bakuth.
Kin 40:19I nā lā ʻekolu, e hoʻokiʻekiʻe aku ʻo Paraʻo i kou poʻo mai ou aku, a e kāʻawe aku hoʻi iā ʻoe i luna o ka lāʻau; a e ʻai mai nā manu i kou ʻiʻo.Within three days Pharaoh will lift off your head and impale your body on a pole. And the birds will eat away your flesh.”
Puk 3:2ʻIkea maila e ia ka ʻānela o Iēhova ma loko o ka lapalapa o ke ahi ma waenakonu o ka laʻalāʻau: nānā akula ia, aia hoʻi, e ʻaʻā ana ka laʻalāʻau i ke ahi, ʻaʻole naʻe i pau ka lāʻau.There the angel of the Lord appeared to him in flames of fire from within a bush. Moses saw that though the bush was on fire it did not burn up.
Puk 3:3ʻĪ ihola ʻo Mose, E kipa aʻe nō wau e ʻike i kēia mea nui, i ka mea i pau ʻole ai ka lāʻau i ke ahi.So Moses thought, “I will go over and see this strange sight — why the bush does not burn up.”
Puk 7:19ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova iā Mose, E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe iā ʻAʻarona, E lālau ʻoe i kou koʻokoʻo, a e ʻō aku kou lima ma luna o nā wai o ʻAigupita, ma nā kahawai, a ma nā muliwai, a ma nā loko, a ma nā huinawai a pau o lākou, i lilo ai lākou i koko: i hiki mai ke koko ma nā ʻāina a pau o ʻAigupita nei, ma loko o ka lāʻau, a ma loko o ka pōhaku.The Lord said to Moses, “Tell Aaron, ‘Take your staff and stretch out your hand over the waters of Egypt — over the streams and canals, over the ponds and all the reservoirs — and they will turn to blood.’ Blood will be everywhere in Egypt, even in vessels of wood and stone.”
Puk 9:25Paopao maila ka huahekili ma ka ʻāina a pau o ʻAigupita, i nā mea a pau ma ke kula, i nā kānaka a me nā holoholona: paopao maila ka huahekili i nā mea uliuli a pau o ke kula, a weluwelu ihola nā lāʻau a pau ma ke kula.Throughout Egypt hail struck everything in the fields — both people and animals; it beat down everything growing in the fields and stripped every tree.
Puk 10:5A e uhi mai auaneʻi lākou ma luna o ka ʻāina, ʻaʻole e ʻikea ka ʻāina ke nānā aku: a e ʻai iho nō lākou i ke koena o nā mea i waiho ʻia na ʻoukou e ka huahekili: a e ʻai iho hoʻi lākou i nā lāʻau a pau e ulu ana no ʻoukou ma ke kula.They will cover the face of the ground so that it cannot be seen. They will devour what little you have left after the hail, including every tree that is growing in your fields.
Puk 10:12ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova iā Mose, E ʻō aku kou lima, ma luna o ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita no nā ʻūhini, i hele mai ai lākou ma luna o ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita, a e ʻai iho i nā lāʻau iki ʻai a pau o ka ʻāina, i nā mea a pau i waiho ʻia e ka huahekili.And the Lord said to Moses, “Stretch out your hand over Egypt so that locusts swarm over the land and devour everything growing in the fields, everything left by the hail.”
Puk 10:15No ka mea, uhi paʻapū ihola lākou i ka ʻāina a pau, a pōʻeleʻele hoʻi ka ʻāina; ʻai ihola lākou i nā lāʻau iki ʻai a pau o ka ʻāina, a me ka hua a pau o nā lāʻau, a ka huahekili i waiho mai ai; ʻaʻole i koe kekahi mea uliuli ma nā lāʻau, a ma nā lāʻau iki ʻai o ke kula, ma ka ʻāina a pau o ʻAigupita.They covered all the ground until it was black. They devoured all that was left after the hail — everything growing in the fields and the fruit on the trees. Nothing green remained on tree or plant in all the land of Egypt.
Puk 15:25Uwē akula ʻo ia iā Iēhova; a hōʻike maila ʻo Iēhova iā ia i kekahi lāʻau, a hoʻolei ʻia akula ia mea e ia i loko o ka wai, hana ʻia maila ka wai a ʻono: ma laila ia i hana ai i ʻōlelo kūpaʻa no lākou, a i kānāwai hoʻi, a ma laila ʻo ia i hoʻāʻo ai iā lākou.Then Moses cried out to the Lord, and the Lord showed him a piece of wood. He threw it into the water, and the water became fit to drink. There the Lord issued a ruling and instruction for them and put them to the test.
Puk 15:27A hele maila lākou i ʻElima, ma laila nā pūnāwai he ʻumikumamālua, a me nā lāʻau pāma he kanahiku: noho ihola lākou i laila ma kahi o nā wai.Then they came to Elim, where there were twelve springs and seventy palm trees, and they camped there near the water.
Puk 21:20A inā e hahau ke kanaka i kāna kauā kāne, a i kāna kauā wahine, i ka lāʻau, a make ia ma lalo iho o kona lima, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, e hoʻopaʻi ʻia ʻo ia.“Anyone who beats their male or female slave with a rod must be punished if the slave dies as a direct result,
Puk 23:11Akā i ka hiku o ka makahiki e hoʻomaha ʻoe i ka ʻāina, e waiho wale hoʻi; i ʻai iho ka poʻe hune o kou poʻe kānaka; a ʻo ka mea a lākou e hoʻokoe ai, na nā holoholona o ke kula ia e ʻai. Pēlā nō ʻoe e hana ai i kou pā waina, a me kou lāʻau ʻoliva.but during the seventh year let the land lie unplowed and unused. Then the poor among your people may get food from it, and the wild animals may eat what is left. Do the same with your vineyard and your olive grove.
Puk 25:5A me nā ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a me nā ʻili tehasa, a me ka lāʻau sitima,ram skins dyed red and another type of durable leather; acacia wood;
Puk 25:10A e hana nō lākou i pahu lāʻau sitima, i ʻelua kūbita a me ka hapalua kona lōʻihi, i hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapalua kona laulā, a hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapalua kona kiʻekiʻe.“Have them make an ark of acacia wood — two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high.
Puk 25:13A e hana ʻoe i mau ʻauamo lāʻau sitima, a e uhi ia mau mea i ke gula.Then make poles of acacia wood and overlay them with gold.
Puk 25:23E hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i papa ʻaina lāʻau sitima: i ʻelua kūbita kona lōʻihi, a i hoʻokahi kūbita kona laulā, a i hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapalua kona kiʻekiʻe.“Make a table of acacia wood — two cubits long, a cubit wide and a cubit and a half high.
Puk 25:28A e hana ʻoe i ua mau ʻauamo lā, he lāʻau sitima, a e uhi ia mea i ke gula, i lawe ʻia ka papa ʻaina ma luna o lāua.Make the poles of acacia wood, overlay them with gold and carry the table with them.
Puk 26:15A e hana ʻoe i mau papa lāʻau sitima no ka halelewa, i mea kū i luna.“Make upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle.
Puk 26:26A e hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i mau lāʻau kī, he sitima ka lāʻau, i ʻelima kī no nā papa ma kekahi ʻaoʻao o ka halelewa,“Also make crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames on one side of the tabernacle,
Puk 26:32A e kaulaʻi nō hoʻi ia ma nā kia lāʻau sitima ʻehā, i uhi ʻia i ke gula; he gula no ko lākou mau lou, ma luna o nā kumu kālā ʻehā.Hang it with gold hooks on four posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and standing on four silver bases.
Puk 26:37E hana hoʻi ʻoe i ʻelima kia lāʻau sitima no nā pale, a e uhi ia mau mea i ke gula, a he gula hoʻi ko lākou mau lou; a e hoʻoheheʻe i ʻelima kumu keleawe no lākou.Make gold hooks for this curtain and five posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold. And cast five bronze bases for them.
Puk 27:1E hana ʻoe i kuahu, he lāʻau sitima, ʻelima kūbita ka lōʻihi, ʻelima hoʻi kūbita ka laulā: ʻehā nō ʻaoʻao o ke kuahu, a ʻekolu kūbita kona kiʻekiʻe.“Build an altar of acacia wood, three cubits high; it is to be square, five cubits long and five cubits wide.
Puk 27:2A e hana ʻoe i mau pepeiao ma kona mau kihi ʻehā, no ia lāʻau hoʻokahi, a e uhi ia mau mea i ke keleawe.Make a horn at each of the four corners, so that the horns and the altar are of one piece, and overlay the altar with bronze.
Puk 27:6E hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i mau ʻauamo no ke kuahu, i mau ʻauamo lāʻau sitima, e uhi ia mau mea i ke keleawe.Make poles of acacia wood for the altar and overlay them with bronze.
Puk 30:1E hana ʻoe i kuahu, i wahi e puhi ai i ka mea ʻala. E hana ʻoe ia mea i ka lāʻau sitima.“Make an altar of acacia wood for burning incense.
Puk 30:5A e hana ʻoe i nā ʻauamo, he lāʻau sitima, a e wahī ia mau mea i ke gula.Make the poles of acacia wood and overlay them with gold.
Puk 30:35A e hana ʻoe he mea ʻala, i lāʻau poni hoʻi, e like me ka hana ʻana i nā mea ʻala, i hana ʻia a miko, maikaʻi, a laʻa hoʻi.and make a fragrant blend of incense, the work of a perfumer. It is to be salted and pure and sacred.
Puk 31:5A i ke ʻokiʻoki pōhaku, i mea kāpili: a i ke kālai ʻana i ka lāʻau, e hana hoʻi i nā hana a pau.to cut and set stones, to work in wood, and to engage in all kinds of crafts.
Puk 34:13Akā, e hoʻopau ʻoukou i ko lākou mau kuahu, a e wāwahi i ko lākou kiʻi, a e kua i lalo i ko lākou ulu lāʻau.Break down their altars, smash their sacred stones and cut down their Asherah poles.
Puk 35:7A me nā ʻili hipa kāne i hoʻoluʻu ʻulaʻula ʻia, a me nā ʻili tehasa, a me ka lāʻau sitima,ram skins dyed red and another type of durable leather; acacia wood;
Puk 35:24ʻO kēlā mea kēia mea i hāʻawi i ka haʻawina kālā, a keleawe, lawe mai nō ʻo ia i kā Iēhova haʻawina. A ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i loaʻa iā ia ka lāʻau sitima no kahi hana e hana ai, lawe maila ʻo ia ia.Those presenting an offering of silver or bronze brought it as an offering to the Lord, and everyone who had acacia wood for any part of the work brought it.
Puk 35:33A i ke ʻokiʻoki pōhaku ʻana, a me ke kāpilipili, i ke kālai lāʻau, a me ka hana i nā hana akamai a pau.to cut and set stones, to work in wood and to engage in all kinds of artistic crafts.
Puk 36:20A hana nō hoʻi ʻo ia i mau papa no ka halelewa, he lāʻau sitima, e kū pono ana i luna.They made upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle.
Puk 36:31A hana nō ʻo ia i mau lāʻau kī, he lāʻau sitima; i ʻelima no nā papa ma kekahi ʻaoʻao o ka halelewa,They also made crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames on one side of the tabernacle,
Puk 36:33A hana ihola ʻo ia i ka lāʻau kī ma waenakonu, e puka loa, mai kekahi kala a i kekahi kala.They made the center crossbar so that it extended from end to end at the middle of the frames.
Puk 36:34A wahī ihola ʻo ia i nā papa i ke gula, a hana ihola i ko lākou mau apo, he gula, i wahi no nā lāʻau kī, a wahī ihola i nā kī i ke gula.They overlaid the frames with gold and made gold rings to hold the crossbars. They also overlaid the crossbars with gold.
Puk 36:36A hana ʻo ia i ʻehā kia nona, he lāʻau sitima, a uhi ʻo ia ia mau mea i ke gula. He gula nō ko lākou mau lou, a hoʻoheheʻe ʻo ia no lākou i mau kumu kālā ʻehā.They made four posts of acacia wood for it and overlaid them with gold. They made gold hooks for them and cast their four silver bases.
Puk 37:1A hana ihola ʻo Bezalela i ka pahu, he lāʻau sitima; ʻelua kūbita a me ka hapalua kona lōʻihi, a hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapalua kona laulā; a hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapalua kona kiʻekiʻe:Bezalel made the ark of acacia wood — two and a half cubits long, a cubit and a half wide, and a cubit and a half high.
Puk 37:4A hana ihola ʻo ia i mau ʻauamo lāʻau sitima, a uhi ihola ia mau mea i ke gula.Then he made poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
Puk 37:10Hana nō hoʻi ʻo ia i ka papa ʻaina, he lāʻau sitima; ʻelua kūbita kona loa, hoʻokahi kūbita kona laulā, a hoʻokahi kūbita a me ka hapa kona kiʻekiʻe.They made the table of acacia wood — two cubits long, a cubit wide and a cubit and a half high.
Puk 37:15A hana ihola ʻo ia i nā ʻauamo, he lāʻau sitima, a uhi ihola iā lākou i ke gula, i mea e lawe ai i ka papa ʻaina.The poles for carrying the table were made of acacia wood and were overlaid with gold.
Puk 37:25A hana nō hoʻi ʻo ia i ke kuahu no ka mea ʻala, he lāʻau sitima: hoʻokahi kūbita kona loa, hoʻokahi kūbita kona laulā, he ʻahā like; a ʻelua kūbita kona kiʻekiʻe, a hoʻokahi nō ia ʻāpana me kona mau pepeiao ʻelua.They made the altar of incense out of acacia wood. It was square, a cubit long and a cubit wide and two cubits high — its horns of one piece with it.
Puk 37:28A hana ihola ʻo ia i nā ʻauamo, he lāʻau sitima, a uhi ihola ia mau mea i ke gula.They made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with gold.
Puk 37:29A hana ihola ʻo ia i ka ʻaila poni laʻa, a me ka mea ʻala maikaʻi i hua ʻala loa, e like me ka hana ʻana a ka mea kaʻawili lāʻau.They also made the sacred anointing oil and the pure, fragrant incense — the work of a perfumer.
Puk 38:6A hana ʻo ia i nā ʻauamo, he lāʻau sitima, a uhi ihola iā lāua i ke keleawe.They made the poles of acacia wood and overlaid them with bronze.
Puk 38:7A hoʻokomo ʻo ia i nā ʻauamo i loko o nā apo ma nā ʻaoʻao o ke kuahu i mea e lawe ai, a hana ʻo ia i ke kuahu, he papa lāʻau, ua kāwaha.They inserted the poles into the rings so they would be on the sides of the altar for carrying it. They made it hollow, out of boards.
ʻOihk 11:32A ʻo ka mea i hāʻule ʻia iho e kekahi mea i make o lākou, a haumia nō ia; inā he ipu lāʻau, a he kapa paha, a he ʻili, he ʻeke, ʻo kēlā ipu kēia ipu, kahi e hana ʻia ai ka hana, e hoʻokomo ʻia i loko o ka wai, a e haumia ia a hiki i ke ahiahi, a laila e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻia ia.When one of them dies and falls on something, that article, whatever its use, will be unclean, whether it is made of wood, cloth, hide or sackcloth. Put it in water; it will be unclean till evening, and then it will be clean.
ʻOihk 14:4A laila e kauoha ke kahuna e lawe iho no ka mea e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻia ana, ʻelua manu ola, maʻemaʻe, a me ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka lole ʻula, a me ka husopa;the priest shall order that two live clean birds and some cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop be brought for the person to be cleansed.
ʻOihk 14:6A ʻo ka manu ola, e lālau ʻo ia ia, a me ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka lole ʻula, a me ka husopa, a e hoʻū iho ia mau mea me ka manu ola, i loko o ke koko o ka manu i pepehi ʻia ma luna o ka wai e kahe ana:He is then to take the live bird and dip it, together with the cedar wood, the scarlet yarn and the hyssop, into the blood of the bird that was killed over the fresh water.
ʻOihk 14:45A e hoʻohiolo hoʻi ʻo ia i ka hale, i kona mau pōhaku a me kona mau lāʻau, a me ka puna a pau o ka hale; a e halihali ʻo ia ia mau mea ma waho o ke kūlanakauhale i kahi haumia.It must be torn down — its stones, timbers and all the plaster — and taken out of the town to an unclean place.
ʻOihk 14:49A lawe ʻo ia e hoʻomaʻemaʻe i ka hale, i nā manu ʻelua, a me ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ka husopa;To purify the house he is to take two birds and some cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop.
ʻOihk 14:51A e lawe ʻo ia i ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka husopa, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ka manu e ola ana, a e hoʻū ia mau mea i loko o ke koko o ka manu i pepehi ʻia, a i loko hoʻi o ka wai e kahe ana, a e pīpī i ka hale, ʻehiku ka pīpī ʻana.Then he is to take the cedar wood, the hyssop, the scarlet yarn and the live bird, dip them into the blood of the dead bird and the fresh water, and sprinkle the house seven times.
ʻOihk 14:52A e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻo ia i ka hale me ke koko o ka manu a me ka wai e kahe ana, a me ka manu e ola ana, a me ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka husopa a me ka ʻulaʻula.He shall purify the house with the bird’s blood, the fresh water, the live bird, the cedar wood, the hyssop and the scarlet yarn.
ʻOihk 15:12A ʻo ka ipu lepo a ka mea hilo i pā ai, e wāwahi ʻia ia; a ʻo nā ipu lāʻau, e holoi ʻia ia i ka wai.“‘A clay pot that the man touches must be broken, and any wooden article is to be rinsed with water.
ʻOihk 19:23A komo ʻoukou i ka ʻāina, a kanu i kēlā lāʻau i kēia lāʻau i mea ʻai, a laila e kapa aʻe ʻoukou i kona hua he ʻoki poepoe ʻole ʻia; ʻekolu makahiki he ʻoki poepoe ʻole ʻia ia iā ʻoukou; ʻaʻole e ʻai ʻia.“‘When you enter the land and plant any kind of fruit tree, regard its fruit as forbidden. For three years you are to consider it forbidden; it must not be eaten.
ʻOihk 23:40E lawe hoʻi ʻoukou no ʻoukou iho i ka lā mua i nā lālā o nā lāʻau maikaʻi, i nā lālā o nā lāʻau pāma, a me nā lālā o nā lāʻau momona, a me nā wīlou o ke kahawai; a e hauʻoli aʻe ʻoukou ma ke alo o Iēhova ko ʻoukou Akua i nā lā ʻehiku.On the first day you are to take branches from luxuriant trees — from palms, willows and other leafy trees — and rejoice before the Lord your God for seven days.
ʻOihk 23:42E noho ʻoukou i loko o nā hale lālā lāʻau i nā lā ʻehiku; ʻo nā mea a pau i hānau he poʻe ʻIseraʻela, e noho nō lākou i loko o nā hale lālā lāʻau:Live in temporary shelters for seven days: All native-born Israelites are to live in such shelters
ʻOihk 23:43I ʻike ko ʻoukou mau hanauna, ua hoʻonoho au i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i loko o nā hale lālā lāʻau, i ka wā i lawe mai ai au iā lākou mai ka ʻāina mai o ʻAigupita: ʻo wau nō Iēhova ko ʻoukou Akua.so your descendants will know that I had the Israelites live in temporary shelters when I brought them out of Egypt. I am the Lord your God.’”
ʻOihk 26:4A laila e hāʻawi aku ai au i ka ua no ʻoukou i ka wā pono, a e hāʻawi mai ka ʻāina i kona mea ulu, a e hoʻohua mai nā lāʻau i ko lākou hua.I will send you rain in its season, and the ground will yield its crops and the trees their fruit.
ʻOihk 26:20A e lilo ko ʻoukou ikaika i ʻole; no ka mea, ʻaʻole e hāʻawi mai ko ʻoukou ʻāina i kona mea ulu, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻohua nā lāʻau o ka ʻāina i ko lākou mau hua.Your strength will be spent in vain, because your soil will not yield its crops, nor will the trees of your land yield their fruit.
ʻOihk 27:30A ʻo ka hapaʻumi a pau o ko ka ʻāina, ʻo ka hua o ka ʻāina, a ʻo ka hua o ka lāʻau, no Iēhova ia, he hoʻāno no Iēhova.“‘A tithe of everything from the land, whether grain from the soil or fruit from the trees, belongs to the Lord; it is holy to the Lord.
Nāh 4:12E lawe hoʻi lākou i nā ipu a pau o ka ʻoihana a lākou e lawelawe ai i loko o ke keʻena kapu, a e waiho i loko o ka lole uliuli, a e uhi iho ia mau mea i uhi ʻili tahasa, a e kau aku ma luna o ka lāʻau.“They are to take all the articles used for ministering in the sanctuary, wrap them in a blue cloth, cover that with the durable leather and put them on a carrying frame.
Nāh 13:20A me ke ʻano o ka ʻāina, he momona paha, he wī paha; he lāʻau paha i laila, ʻaʻole paha: i nui hoʻi ka ikaika o ʻoukou, a e lawe mai i kekahi hua o ka ʻāina. ʻO ka manawa ia o ka hua waina pala mua.How is the soil? Is it fertile or poor? Are there trees in it or not? Do your best to bring back some of the fruit of the land.” (It was the season for the first ripe grapes.)
Nāh 19:6A e lawe ke kahuna i ka lāʻau kedera, a me ka husopa, a me ka mea ʻulaʻula, a e hoʻolei aku i loko o ke ahi lapalapa o ka bipi wahine.The priest is to take some cedar wood, hyssop and scarlet wool and throw them onto the burning heifer.
Nāh 21:8ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iēhova iā Mose, E hana ʻoe nāu i nahesa wela, a e kau aku ia ma luna o ka lāʻau, a ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea i nahu ʻia, i ka wā e nānā aku ai ʻo ia ia mea, e ola nō ia.The Lord said to Moses, “Make a snake and put it up on a pole; anyone who is bitten can look at it and live.”
Nāh 21:9A hana ihola ʻo Mose i nahesa keleawe, a kau akula ia ma luna o ka lāʻau; a ʻo ke kanaka i nahu ʻia i ka nahesa wela, i ka wā i nānā aku ai ʻo ia i ka nahesa keleawe, ua ola ia.So Moses made a bronze snake and put it up on a pole. Then when anyone was bitten by a snake and looked at the bronze snake, they lived.
Nāh 24:6E like me nā awāwa ko lākou pālahalaha ʻana, E like hoʻi me nā mahina ʻai ma kapa muliwai, Me nā lāʻau ʻaloe hoʻi a Iēhova i kanu ai, A me nā lāʻau kedera ma kapa o nā wai.“Like valleys they spread out, like gardens beside a river, like aloes planted by the Lord, like cedars beside the waters.
Nāh 31:20E huikala hoʻi ʻoukou i nā ʻaʻahu a pau, a me nā mea ʻili a pau, a me nā mea hulu kao a pau, a me nā mea lāʻau a pau.Purify every garment as well as everything made of leather, goat hair or wood.”
Nāh 33:9A hele akula lākou mai Mara aku a hiki i ʻElima: a ma ʻElima he ʻumikumamālua nā pūnāwai, a me nā lāʻau pāma he kanahiku; a hoʻomoana ihola lākou i laila.They left Marah and went to Elim, where there were twelve springs and seventy palm trees, and they camped there.
Nāh 35:18Inā hoʻi e pepehi kēlā iā ia me ka lāʻau ma ka lima, i mea e make ai ʻo ia, a ua make nō ia, he pepehi kanaka nō kēlā: he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, e make ka pepehi kanaka.Or if anyone is holding a wooden object and strikes someone a fatal blow with it, that person is a murderer; the murderer is to be put to death.
Kānl 4:28A ma laila ʻoukou e mālama ai i nā akua i hana ʻia e nā lima o kānaka, he lāʻau, he pōhaku, ka mea ʻike ʻole, ʻaʻole hoʻi e lohe, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻai, ʻaʻole hoʻi e honi.There you will worship man-made gods of wood and stone, which cannot see or hear or eat or smell.
Kānl 6:11A me nā hale piha i ka waiwai, ʻaʻole nāu i hoʻolako, a me nā luawai i ʻeli ʻia, ʻaʻole nāu i ʻeli, i nā pā waina a me nā lāʻau ʻoliva, ʻaʻole nāu i kanu; aia ʻai iho ʻoe a māʻona;houses filled with all kinds of good things you did not provide, wells you did not dig, and vineyards and olive groves you did not plant — then when you eat and are satisfied,
Kānl 8:8He ʻāina mea palaoa, a me ka bale, a me nā kumu waina, a me nā lāʻau fiku, a me nā pomegerane, he ʻāina lāʻau ʻoliva mea ʻaila, a me ka meli:a land with wheat and barley, vines and fig trees, pomegranates, olive oil and honey;
Kānl 10:1I kēlā manawa, ʻōlelo mai ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, E kālai ʻoe nou i ʻelua papa pōhaku e like me nā mea ma mua, a e piʻi mai i oʻu nei ma ka mauna, a e hana ʻoe nou i pahu lāʻau.At that time the Lord said to me, “Chisel out two stone tablets like the first ones and come up to me on the mountain. Also make a wooden ark.
Kānl 10:3A hana akula au i pahu lāʻau sitima, a kālai ihola au i nā papa pōhaku ʻelua, e like me nā mea ma mua, a piʻi akula i ka mauna me nā papa ʻelua ma kuʻu lima.So I made the ark out of acacia wood and chiseled out two stone tablets like the first ones, and I went up on the mountain with the two tablets in my hands.
Kānl 12:2E luku loa aku ʻoukou i nā wahi a pau, kahi a nā lāhui kanaka i hoʻolilo ʻia no ʻoukou, i mālama ai i ko lākou mau akua, ma luna o nā mauna kiʻekiʻe, a me nā puʻu, a ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli.Destroy completely all the places on the high mountains, on the hills and under every spreading tree, where the nations you are dispossessing worship their gods.
Kānl 16:21Mai kanu ʻoe i ulu lāʻau o kēlā lāʻau o kēia lāʻau nou e kokoke ana i ke kuahu o Iēhova kou Akua āu e hana ai nou.Do not set up any wooden Asherah pole beside the altar you build to the Lord your God,
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 20:19Inā e lōʻihi kou hoʻopilikia ʻana i kekahi kūlanakauhale i ke kaua ʻana aku e hoʻopio iā ia, mai luku wale ʻoe i kona lāʻau i ka hahau ʻana ia mea i ke koʻi lipi; no ka mea, e ʻai paha ʻoe i kona, mai kua i lalo ʻoe ia mea, i mea e pono ai ke kaua ʻana; no ka mea, no ke kanaka ka lāʻau o ke kula.When you lay siege to a city for a long time, fighting against it to capture it, do not destroy its trees by putting an ax to them, because you can eat their fruit. Do not cut them down. Are the trees people, that you should besiege them?
Kānl 20:20ʻO ka lāʻau āu i ʻike ai ʻaʻole he lāʻau ʻai, ʻo ia wale nō kāu e luku aku, a e kua i lalo, a kūkulu iho me ia i pā kaua no ke kūlanakauhale i kaua mai ai iā ʻoe, a hiolo ia.However, you may cut down trees that you know are not fruit trees and use them to build siege works until the city at war with you falls.
Kānl 21:22Inā e hana hewa kekahi kanaka i pono ai ke make, a e pepehi ʻia ʻo ia, a e kau aku ʻoe iā ia ma luna o ka lāʻau;If someone guilty of a capital offense is put to death and their body is exposed on a pole,
Kānl 21:23ʻAʻole e waiho i kona kino a ao ka pō ma luna o ka lāʻau, akā, e kanu nō iā ia ia lā, (no ka mea, ua hōʻino ʻia e ke Akua ka mea i kaulia,) i haumia ʻole ai kou ʻāina a Iēhova kou Akua i hāʻawi lilo mai ai i wahi e noho ai nou.you must not leave the body hanging on the pole overnight. Be sure to bury it that same day, because anyone who is hung on a pole is under God’s curse. You must not desecrate the land the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance.
Kānl 22:6A i ʻikea ka pūnana manu i mua ou ma ke ala, ma kekahi lāʻau, a ma ka honua paha, a he ʻohana paha, a he hua paha, a e hoʻomoe ana ka makua ma luna o nā ʻohana, a ʻo nā hua paha, mai lawe pū ʻoe i ka makua me nā keiki.If you come across a bird’s nest beside the road, either in a tree or on the ground, and the mother is sitting on the young or on the eggs, do not take the mother with the young.
Kānl 24:20Aia hahau aku ʻoe i kou lāʻau ʻoliva, mai huli hou ʻoe i nā lālā: na ka malihini nō ia, na ka mea makua ʻole, a na ka wahine kāne make.When you beat the olives from your trees, do not go over the branches a second time. Leave what remains for the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow.
Kānl 28:36A e lawe aku ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe a me kou aliʻi āu e hoʻonoho ai ma luna ou i ka lāhui kanaka āu i ʻike ʻole ai, ʻaʻole hoʻi o kou mau mākua; a ma laila ʻoe e mālama ai i nā akua ʻē, i ka lāʻau a me ka pōhaku.The Lord will drive you and the king you set over you to a nation unknown to you or your ancestors. There you will worship other gods, gods of wood and stone.
Kānl 28:40A iā ʻoe nō nā lāʻau ʻoliva ma kou mau mokuna a pau, akā, ʻaʻole ʻoe e kāhinu iā ʻoe iho i ka ʻaila: no ka mea, e hāʻule ka hua ʻoliva ou.You will have olive trees throughout your country but you will not use the oil, because the olives will drop off.
Kānl 28:42E pau auaneʻi kou mau lāʻau a pau a me ka hua o kou ʻāina i ka ʻūhini.Swarms of locusts will take over all your trees and the crops of your land.
Kānl 28:64A e hoʻopuehu aku ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe ma waena o nā kānaka a pau mai kēlā ʻaoʻao o ka honua, a hiki i kēia ʻaoʻao o ka honua; a ma laila ʻoe e mālama ai i nā akua ʻē, i ka lāʻau a me ka pōhaku, āu i ʻike ʻole ai, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou mau mākua.Then the Lord will scatter you among all nations, from one end of the earth to the other. There you will worship other gods — gods of wood and stone, which neither you nor your ancestors have known.
Kānl 29:11ʻO kā ʻoukou kamaliʻi, ʻo kā ʻoukou poʻe wāhine, a me kou malihini ma kou wahi i hoʻomoana ai, mai ka mea kua lāʻau a hiki i ka mea huki wai ou;together with your children and your wives, and the foreigners living in your camps who chop your wood and carry your water.
Kānl 29:17Ua ʻike hoʻi ʻoukou i ko lākou mea i hoʻowahāwahā ʻia, a me ko lākou kiʻi hoʻopailua, i ka lāʻau, i ka pōhaku, i ke kālā, a me ke gula i waena o lākou:)You saw among them their detestable images and idols of wood and stone, of silver and gold.
Kānl 29:18O noho auaneʻi i waena o ʻoukou, he kanaka, he wahine paha, a he ʻohana paha, a he hanauna paha, a huli aʻe kona naʻau i kēia lā mai o Iēhova ko kākou Akua aku, a hele e mālama i nā akua o kēia mau lāhui kanaka, o kupu mai auaneʻi i waena o ʻoukou ka lāʻau e hua ana i ka mea make a me ka mea ʻawaʻawa:Make sure there is no man or woman, clan or tribe among you today whose heart turns away from the Lord our God to go and worship the gods of those nations; make sure there is no root among you that produces such bitter poison.
Kānl 33:16No nā mea maikaʻi o ka honua, a me kona mea i piha ai, No ka lokomaikaʻi o ka mea i noho ai ma ka lāʻau; E hiki mai ia ma luna o ke poʻo o Iosepa, A ma luna hoʻi o ka piko poʻo o ka mea i hoʻokaʻawale ʻia e kona poʻe hoahānau.with the best gifts of the earth and its fullness and the favor of him who dwelt in the burning bush. Let all these rest on the head of Joseph, on the brow of the prince among his brothers.
Kānl 34:3A me ke kūkulu hema, a me ka pāpū o ke awāwa ʻo Ieriko, ke kūlanakauhale lāʻau pāma, e hiki i Zoara.the Negev and the whole region from the Valley of Jericho, the City of Palms, as far as Zoar.
Ios 8:29Kāʻawe nō hoʻi ia i ke aliʻi o ʻAi ma ka lāʻau a hiki i ke ahiahi; a napoʻo ka lā, kauoha aʻela ʻo Iosua e kuʻu i kona kupapaʻu mai luna mai o ka lāʻau, a e kiola ma ka ʻīpuka e komo aku ai i ke kūlanakauhale; a hoʻāhu ihola lākou i ahu pōhaku nui, a hiki mai i nēia lā.He impaled the body of the king of Ai on a pole and left it there until evening. At sunset, Joshua ordered them to take the body from the pole and throw it down at the entrance of the city gate. And they raised a large pile of rocks over it, which remains to this day.
Ios 9:21ʻĪ maila nā luna i ka ʻIseraʻela, E ola nō lākou, akā, e lilo nō lākou i poʻe kālai lāʻau, a i poʻe huki wai, no ke anaina kanaka a pau, e like me kā nā luna i ʻōlelo aku ai iā lākou.They continued, “Let them live, but let them be woodcutters and water carriers in the service of the whole assembly.” So the leaders’ promise to them was kept.
Ios 9:23No ia mea e pōʻino auaneʻi ʻoukou, ʻaʻole loa e kuʻu ʻia kekahi o ʻoukou; e lilo nō ʻoukou i poʻe kauā, a i poʻe kālai lāʻau, a i poʻe huki wai, no ka hale o koʻu Akua.You are now under a curse: You will never be released from service as woodcutters and water carriers for the house of my God.”
Ios 9:27Ia lā, hoʻolilo ihola ʻo Iosua iā lākou i poʻe kālai lāʻau, a i poʻe huki wai no nā kānaka, a no ke kuahu o Iēhova, ma kahi āna i makemake ai, pēlā nō, a hiki loa mai i nēia lā.That day he made the Gibeonites woodcutters and water carriers for the assembly, to provide for the needs of the altar of the Lord at the place the Lord would choose. And that is what they are to this day.
Ios 10:26A ma hope iho, luku akula ʻo Iosua iā lākou a pepehi ihola, a kāʻawe aʻela ma nā lāʻau ʻelima; a e kaulia ana nō lākou ma nā lāʻau, a hiki i ke ahiahi.Then Joshua put the kings to death and exposed their bodies on five poles, and they were left hanging on the poles until evening.
Ios 10:27A hiki i ka manawa i napoʻo ai ka lā, kauoha aʻela ʻo Iosua, e kuʻu iā lākou mai luna iho o nā lāʻau, a e kiola iā lākou i loko o ke ana, ma kahi a lākou i peʻe aku ai; a waiho akula i nā pōhaku nui ma ka waha o ke ana, a hiki loa mai i nēia lā.At sunset Joshua gave the order and they took them down from the poles and threw them into the cave where they had been hiding. At the mouth of the cave they placed large rocks, which are there to this day.
Ios 17:15ʻĪ maila ʻo Iosua iā lākou, Inā he lāhui nui ʻoe, e piʻi ʻoe nou iho i ka ulu lāʻau, a e kua iho nou ma laila ma ka ʻāina o ko Pereza, a me ka poʻe Repaima, ke noho pilikia ʻoe ma ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima.“If you are so numerous,” Joshua answered, “and if the hill country of Ephraim is too small for you, go up into the forest and clear land for yourselves there in the land of the Perizzites and Rephaites.”
Ios 17:18Akā, iā ʻoe nō hoʻi ka mauna; no ka mea, he ulu lāʻau nō ia, a nāu nō e kua i lalo; a iā ʻoe kona mau mokuna; no ka mea, e kipaku aku ʻoe i ko Kanaʻana poʻe, i ka poʻe nona nā kaʻa hao, a nona hoʻi ka ikaika.but the forested hill country as well. Clear it, and its farthest limits will be yours; though the Canaanites have chariots fitted with iron and though they are strong, you can drive them out.”
Ios 24:26A kākau ihola ʻo Iosua i kēia mau ʻōlelo ma loko o ka buke o ke kānāwai o ke Akua, a lawe nō hoʻi ʻo ia i pōhaku nui, a kūkulu ihola i ua pōhaku lā ma laila, ma ka lāʻau e kokoke ana i ka halelewa o Iēhova.And Joshua recorded these things in the Book of the Law of God. Then he took a large stone and set it up there under the oak near the holy place of the Lord.
Lunk 1:16Piʻi akula nā mamo a ka mea no Keni, a ka makuahōnōwai kāne o Mose, mai ke kūlanakauhale o nā lāʻau pāma aku, me nā mamo a Iuda, a i ka wao nahele o ka Iuda, aia nō ia ma ka ʻaoʻao hema o ʻArada; a hele aʻela lākou a noho pū ihola me kānaka.The descendants of Moses’ father-in-law, the Kenite, went up from the City of Palms with the people of Judah to live among the inhabitants of the Desert of Judah in the Negev near Arad.
Lunk 3:13Hoʻākoakoa maila ʻo ia i ona lā i nā mamo o ʻAmona, a me ʻAmaleka, hele aʻela, a luku akula i ka ʻIseraʻela, a loaʻa iā ia ke kūlanakauhale o nā lāʻau pāma.Getting the Ammonites and Amalekites to join him, Eglon came and attacked Israel, and they took possession of the City of Palms.
Lunk 4:5Noho ihola ia ma lalo iho o ka lāʻau pāma o Debora, ma waena o Harama a me Betela, ma ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima; a hele maila nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i ona lā i hoʻoponopono ʻia mai.She held court under the Palm of Deborah between Ramah and Bethel in the hill country of Ephraim, and the Israelites went up to her to have their disputes decided.
Lunk 6:11Hele maila ka ʻānela o Iēhova, noho ihola ma lalo iho o kekahi lāʻau ʻoka, ma ʻOpera no Ioasa, he kanaka no ko ʻAbiezera. E hahi ana kāna keiki ʻo Gideona i ka huapalaoa, ma kahi kaomi waina, i nalo i ko Midiana.The angel of the Lord came and sat down under the oak in Ophrah that belonged to Joash the Abiezrite, where his son Gideon was threshing wheat in a winepress to keep it from the Midianites.
Lunk 6:19Hele akula ʻo Gideona i loko, a hoʻomākaukau ihola i keiki kao, a i palaoa hū ʻole, i hoʻokahi ʻepa; a waiho ihola i ka ʻiʻo i loko o ka hīnaʻi, a ʻo ke kai, waiho ihola ia ma loko o ka ipu, a lawe aʻela ia, i ona lā ma lalo o ka lāʻau ʻoka, a hāʻawi akula.Gideon went inside, prepared a young goat, and from an ephah of flour he made bread without yeast. Putting the meat in a basket and its broth in a pot, he brought them out and offered them to him under the oak.
Lunk 9:6ʻĀkoakoa maila nā kānaka a pau o Sekema, a me ko ka hale a pau o Milo, a hele aʻela, a hoʻāliʻi ihola iā ʻAbimeleka ma ka lāʻau ʻoka, ma ka pā kaua o Sekema.Then all the citizens of Shechem and Beth Millo gathered beside the great tree at the pillar in Shechem to crown Abimelek king.
Lunk 9:8Hele akula na lāʻau e poni i aliʻi no lākou. ʻĪ akula lākou i ka lāʻau ʻoliva, I aliʻi ʻoe ma luna o mākou.One day the trees went out to anoint a king for themselves. They said to the olive tree, ‘Be our king.’
Lunk 9:9ʻĪ maila ka lāʻau ʻoliva iā lākou, E haʻalele anei au i koʻu momona, ka mea a lākou e hoʻomaikaʻi ai i ke Akua, a me kānaka, ma oʻu nei, a hele e hoʻāliʻi ma luna o nā lāʻau?“But the olive tree answered, ‘Should I give up my oil, by which both gods and humans are honored, to hold sway over the trees?’
Lunk 9:10A laila, ʻōlelo akula nā lāʻau i ka lāʻau fiku, E hele mai ʻoe e noho aliʻi ma luna o mākou.“Next, the trees said to the fig tree, ‘Come and be our king.’
Lunk 9:11ʻĪ maila ka lāʻau fiku iā lākou, E haʻalele anei au i koʻu ʻono, a me koʻu hua maikaʻi, a hele e noho aliʻi ma luna o nā lāʻau?“But the fig tree replied, ‘Should I give up my fruit, so good and sweet, to hold sway over the trees?’
Lunk 9:12A laila, ʻōlelo akula nā lāʻau i ke kumu waina, E hele mai ʻoe, a noho i aliʻi ma luna o mākou.“Then the trees said to the vine, ‘Come and be our king.’
Lunk 9:13ʻĪ maila ke kumu waina iā lākou, E haʻalele anei au i koʻu waina, ka mea e leʻaleʻa ai ke Akua a me kānaka, a hele e noho aliʻi ma luna o nā lāʻau?“But the vine answered, ‘Should I give up my wine, which cheers both gods and humans, to hold sway over the trees?’
Lunk 9:14A laila, ʻōlelo akula nā lāʻau a pau i ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi, E hele mai ʻoe a noho aliʻi ma luna o mākou.“Finally all the trees said to the thornbush, ‘Come and be our king.’
Lunk 9:15ʻĪ maila ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi i nā lāʻau, Inā e poni ʻoiaʻiʻo mai ʻoukou iaʻu, i aliʻi ma luna o ʻoukou, a laila, e hele mai ʻoukou e kanāho ma lalo iho o koʻu malu; a i ʻole hoʻi, a laila, e puka aku nō ke ahi, mai ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi aku, a hoʻopau i nā lāʻau kedera o Lebanona.“The thornbush said to the trees, ‘If you really want to anoint me king over you, come and take refuge in my shade; but if not, then let fire come out of the thornbush and consume the cedars of Lebanon!’
Lunk 9:37ʻŌlelo hou aku ʻo Gaʻala, ʻī akula, Aiʻa, ke iho mai nei nā kānaka ma waena pono o ka ʻāina, a aia kekahi poʻe, ke hele maila, ma ka lāʻau ʻoka o Meonenima.But Gaal spoke up again: “Look, people are coming down from the central hill, and a company is coming from the direction of the diviners’ tree.”
Lunk 9:48Piʻi akula ʻo ʻAbimeleka i ka mauna ʻo Zalemona, ʻo ia, a me nā kānaka a pau pū me ia; a lawe ʻo ʻAbimeleka i ke koʻi lipi ma kona lima, a kua ihola i lālā lāʻau, a hāpai aʻela, a kau i luna o kona ʻāʻī, a ʻōlelo akula i kānaka, ʻO ka mea a ʻoukou i ʻike mai ai iaʻu, e hana ana, e wikiwiki ʻoukou e hana, e like me aʻu nei.he and all his men went up Mount Zalmon. He took an ax and cut off some branches, which he lifted to his shoulders. He ordered the men with him, “Quick! Do what you have seen me do!”
1-Sam 6:14A hele akula ke kaʻa ma loko o ka mahina ʻai o Iosua no Betesemesa, a kū ma laila; a ma laila ka pōhaku nui; a wāwahi lākou i ka lāʻau o ke kaʻa, a kaumaha akula lākou i nā bipi i mōhai kuni iā Iēhova.The cart came to the field of Joshua of Beth Shemesh, and there it stopped beside a large rock. The people chopped up the wood of the cart and sacrificed the cows as a burnt offering to the LORD.
1-Sam 10:3A ma laila aku ʻoe e hele ai, a hiki ma ka lāʻau ʻoka o Tabora, a e hālāwai mai me ʻoe i laila nā kānaka ʻekolu e piʻi ana i ke Akua ma Betela: ʻo kekahi e hali ana i nā kao keiki ʻekolu, a ʻo kekahi e hali ana i nā paʻi palaoa ʻekolu, a ʻo kekahi e hali ana i ka hue waina."Then you will go on from there until you reach the great tree of Tabor. Three men going up to God at Bethel will meet you there. One will be carrying three young goats, another three loaves of bread, and another a skin of wine.
1-Sam 13:6A ʻike akula nā kānaka o ka ʻIseraʻela i ko lākou pōpilikia, (no ka mea, ua pilikia nā kānaka,) peʻe akula nā kānaka i loko o nā ana, a ma loko o nā lāʻau kukū, a ma nā pōhaku, a me nā wahi kiʻekiʻe, a ma loko o nā lua.When the men of Israel saw that their situation was critical and that their army was hard pressed, they hid in caves and thickets, among the rocks, and in pits and cisterns.
1-Sam 14:2Noho ihola ʻo Saula ma ka ʻaoʻao mamao loa o Gibea, ma lalo o ka lāʻau pomegerane ma Migerona: a ʻo nā kānaka me ia, ʻaono paha haneri lākou;Saul was staying on the outskirts of Gibeah under a pomegranate tree in Migron. With him were about six hundred men,
1-Sam 14:25A hele nā kānaka a pau ma ka ulu lāʻau: a he meli ma luna o ka ʻāina.The entire army entered the woods, and there was honey on the ground.
1-Sam 14:26A hiki nā kānaka ma ka ulu lāʻau, aia hoʻi, e kahe ana ʻo ka meli, ʻaʻole ka lima o kekahi kanaka i hoʻopā aku i kona waha: no ka mea, makaʻu nā kānaka i ka hoʻohiki ʻana.When they went into the woods, they saw the honey oozing out, yet no one put his hand to his mouth, because they feared the oath.
1-Sam 17:7A ʻo ke ʻau o kāna ihe, ua like ia me ka lāʻau o ka mea hana lole, a ʻo ka pahi o kāna ihe, he ʻaono haneri sekela hao, ma ke kaupaona: a hele kekahi kanaka i mua ona e hali ana i ka pale kaua.His spear shaft was like a weaver's rod, and its iron point weighed six hundred shekels. His shield bearer went ahead of him.
1-Sam 22:5ʻŌlelo akula ke kāula a Gada iā Dāvida, Mai noho ʻoe ma ka puʻukaua; e hele aku, a hiki ʻoe ma ka ʻāina o ka Iuda. A hele akula ʻo Dāvida a hiki ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Hareta.But the prophet Gad said to David, "Do not stay in the stronghold. Go into the land of Judah." So David left and went to the forest of Hereth.
1-Sam 22:6A lohe aʻela ʻo Saula, ua ʻike ʻia ʻo Dāvida, a me nā kānaka me ia, (e noho ana ʻo Saula ma Gibea ma lalo o ka lāʻau ma kahi kiʻekiʻe, a ma kona lima kāna ihe, a ua hoʻonoho ʻia kāna mau kauā a puni ona;)Now Saul heard that David and his men had been discovered. And Saul, spear in hand, was seated under the tamarisk tree on the hill at Gibeah, with all his officials standing around him.
1-Sam 23:15A ʻike ihola ʻo Dāvida, ua hele mai ʻo Saula e ʻimi i kona ola: aia nō ʻo Dāvida ma ka wao nahele o Zipa ma loko o ka ulu lāʻau.While David was at Horesh in the Desert of Ziph, he learned that Saul had come out to take his life.
1-Sam 23:16Kū aʻela ʻo Ionatana ke keiki a Saula, a hele i o Dāvida lā ma loko o ka ulu lāʻau, a hoʻoikaika akula i kona lima ma ke Akua.And Saul's son Jonathan went to David at Horesh and helped him find strength in God.
1-Sam 23:18A hoʻopaʻa ihola lāua i kuʻikahi i mua o Iēhova. Noho ihola ʻo Dāvida ma loko o ka ulu lāʻau, a hoʻi akula ʻo Ionatana ma kona hale.The two of them made a covenant before the LORD. Then Jonathan went home, but David remained at Horesh.
1-Sam 23:19A laila piʻi maila ko Zipa i o Saula lā ma Gibea, ʻī maila, ʻAʻole anei ʻo Dāvida i peʻe iho i o mākou lā ma nā wahi paʻa i loko o ka ulu lāʻau ma ka puʻu ʻo Hakila, ma ka ʻaoʻao hema o Iesimona?The Ziphites went up to Saul at Gibeah and said, "Is not David hiding among us in the strongholds at Horesh, on the hill of Hakilah, south of Jeshimon
1-Sam 31:13A lawe lākou i ko lākou mau iwi, a kanu ihola ma lalo o ka lāʻau ma Iabesa, a hoʻokē ʻai lākou i nā lā ʻehiku.Then they took their bones and buried them under a tamarisk tree at Jabesh, and they fasted seven days.
2-Sam 5:11A ʻo Hirama ke aliʻi o Turo, hoʻouna maila ia i nā ʻelele i o Dāvida lā, me nā lāʻau kedera, a me nā kamanā, a me nā kālai pōhaku; a hana ihola lākou i hale no Dāvida.Now Hiram king of Tyre sent messengers to David, along with cedar logs and carpenters and stonemasons, and they built a palace for David.
2-Sam 5:23A nīnau akula ʻo Dāvida iā Iēhova, ʻī maila kēlā, ʻAʻole ʻoe e piʻi pono aku; akā, e hoʻopuni aʻe ʻoe ma hope mai o lākou, i kahi e kūpono ana i nā lāʻau silika.so David inquired of the LORD, and he answered, "Do not go straight up, but circle around behind them and attack them in front of the balsam trees.
2-Sam 5:24A lohe ʻoe i ka halulu o ka hele ʻana ma nā wēlau o nā lāʻau silika, a laila ʻoe e lalelale: no ka mea, a laila e hele aku ana ʻo Iēhova i mua ou e pepehi aku i nā Pilisetia.As soon as you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the balsam trees, move quickly, because that will mean the LORD has gone out in front of you to strike the Philistine army."
2-Sam 6:5Hoʻokani akula ʻo Dāvida a me ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela a pau i mua o Iēhova, me nā mea kani o nā lāʻau ʻo kēlā ʻano ʻo kēia ʻano; me nā lira, nā pesaleteria, nā timeberela, nā korineta, a me nā kimebala.David and the whole house of Israel were celebrating with all their might before the LORD, with songs and with harps, lyres, tambourines, sistrums and cymbals.
2-Sam 7:14ʻO wau nō auaneʻi kona makua kāne, a e lilo hoʻi ia i keiki naʻu: a i hana ʻino kēlā, naʻu nō e paʻipaʻi aku iā ia me ka lāʻau ma ko ke kanaka, a me ka hahau ʻana ma ko nā keiki a nā kānaka.I will be his father, and he will be my son. When he does wrong, I will punish him with the rod of men, with floggings inflicted by men.
2-Sam 18:6A laila hele akula nā kānaka i waho ma ke kula e kūʻē i ka ʻIseraʻela: aia ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo ʻEperaima ke kaua ʻana.The army marched into the field to fight Israel, and the battle took place in the forest of Ephraim.
2-Sam 18:8No ka mea, kaua liʻiliʻi lākou ma laila ma luna o ka ʻāina a pau: a ua ʻoi ka nui o ka poʻe i make i ka lāʻau ia lā, i ka poʻe i make i ka pahi kaua.The battle spread out over the whole countryside, and the forest claimed more lives that day than the sword.
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 18:10ʻIke akula kekahi kanaka ia mea, a haʻi akula iā Ioaba, ʻī akula, Aiʻa ua ʻike aku au iā ʻAbesaloma e kau ana ma loko o kekahi lāʻau ʻoka.When one of the men saw this, he told Joab, "I just saw Absalom hanging in an oak tree."
2-Sam 18:14A laila, ʻī akula ʻo Ioaba, ʻAʻole au e pono ke kali wale penei i mua ou. Lālau akula ia i nā ihe ʻekolu ma kona lima, a hou akula ia mau mea ma loko o ka puʻu ʻo ʻAbesaloma, ʻoi ola kēlā ma waena o ka lāʻau ʻoka.Joab said, "I'm not going to wait like this for you." So he took three javelins in his hand and plunged them into Absalom's heart while Absalom was still alive in the oak tree.
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 21:19He kaua hou nō hoʻi ma Goba me ko Pilisetia, i laila i pepehi iho ai ʻo ʻElehanana ke keiki a Iaʻareoregima no Betelehema i ke kaikaina o Golia no Gata, ʻo ke ʻau o kona ihe, ua like ia me ka lāʻau o ka mea ulana lole.In another battle with the Philistines at Gob, Elhanan son of Jaare-Oregim the Bethlehemite killed Goliath the Gittite, who had a spear with a shaft like a weaver's rod.
2-Sam 24:22ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻArauna iā Dāvida, E lawe kuʻu haku ke aliʻi, a e mōhai aku e like me kona manaʻo he pono: eia hoʻi nā bipi kāne i mōhai kuni, a me nā lāʻau kaʻa palaoa, a me nā mea lāʻau a nā bipi i wahie.Araunah said to David, "Let my lord the king take whatever pleases him and offer it up. Here are oxen for the burnt offering, and here are threshing sledges and ox yokes for the wood.
1-Nāal 4:25Noho maluhia aʻela ʻo ka Iuda a me ka ʻIseraʻela, kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka, ma lalo o kona kumu waina iho a ma lalo o kona lāʻau fiku iho, mai Dana a Bereseba, i nā lā a pau o Solomona.During Solomon's lifetime Judah and Israel, from Dan to Beersheba, lived in safety, each man under his own vine and fig tree.
1-Nāal 4:33A ua ʻōlelo mai ʻo ia i nā lāʻau, mai ka lāʻau Kedera ma Lebanona a hiki i ka husopa, e kupu ana mai loko aʻe o ka pā: a ʻōlelo maila hoʻi ʻo ia no nā holoholona, a me nā manu, a me nā mea kolo, a me nā iʻa.He described plant life, from the cedar of Lebanon to the hyssop that grows out of walls. He also taught about animals and birds, reptiles and fish.
1-Nāal 5:6ʻĀnō hoʻi e kauoha aʻe ʻoe e kālai lākou i mau lāʻau kedera noʻu, mai Lebanona mai; a ʻo kaʻu poʻe kauā kekahi pū me kāu poʻe kauā; a e uku aku wau iā ʻoe no kāu poʻe kauā e like me kāu ʻōlelo a pau; no ka mea, ua ʻike ʻoe, ʻaʻohe mea i waena o mākou e akamai i ke kālai lāʻau e like me ko Sidona."So give orders that cedars of Lebanon be cut for me. My men will work with yours, and I will pay you for your men whatever wages you set. You know that we have no one so skilled in felling timber as the Sidonians."
1-Nāal 5:8Hoʻouna maila ʻo Hirama i o Solomona lā, ʻī maila, Ua noʻonoʻo aʻe nei au i nā mea āu i kauleo mai ai iaʻu; a e hana nō wau i kāu mea e makemake ai a pau i nā lāʻau kedera a me nā lāʻau kaʻa.So Hiram sent word to Solomon: "I have received the message you sent me and will do all you want in providing the cedar and pine logs.
1-Nāal 5:9E lawe aʻe kaʻu poʻe kauā mai Lebanona aʻe a kahakai; a naʻu nō e ʻalo aku ia mau mea ma ke kai, ma nā huina lāʻau lana, i kahi āu i hoʻomaopopo mai ai, a e hoʻopae aku au iā lākou ma laila, a e lawe aʻe ʻoe; a e hoʻokō aʻe i koʻu makemake i ka hāʻawi ʻana mai i ka ʻai na ko ka hale oʻu.My men will haul them down from Lebanon to the sea, and I will float them in rafts by sea to the place you specify. There I will separate them and you can take them away. And you are to grant my wish by providing food for my royal household."
1-Nāal 5:10Pēlā i hāʻawi mai ai ʻo Hirama i nā lāʻau kedera a me nā lāʻau kaʻa e like me kona makemake a pau.In this way Hiram kept Solomon supplied with all the cedar and pine logs he wanted,
1-Nāal 5:18Na ko Solomona poʻe hana hale, a me ko Hirama poʻe hana hale i kālai, a me ko Gibela. Pēlā lākou i hoʻomākaukau ai i nā lāʻau a me nā pōhaku e hana aku ai i ka hale.The craftsmen of Solomon and Hiram and the men of Gebal cut and prepared the timber and stone for the building of the temple.
1-Nāal 6:10A laila hana ihola i nā keʻena e pili ana i ka hale a pau, ʻelima kūbita ke kiʻekiʻe, a kau ihola lākou ma ka hale me nā lāʻau kedera.And he built the side rooms all along the temple. The height of each was five cubits, and they were attached to the temple by beams of cedar.
1-Nāal 6:15A hana ihola ʻo ia i ko loko o nā paia me nā papa kedera, mai ka papa hehi o ka hale a luna o nā paia; a kau ai ʻo ia i ka lāʻau ma loko, a hoʻouhi i ko lalo o ka hale me nā papa kaʻa.He lined its interior walls with cedar boards, paneling them from the floor of the temple to the ceiling, and covered the floor of the temple with planks of pine.
1-Nāal 6:23A ma loko o kahi e ʻōlelo ai, i hana ai ʻo ia i nā keruba ʻelua he lāʻau ʻoliva, he ʻumi kūbita ke kiʻekiʻe.In the inner sanctuary he made a pair of cherubim of olive wood, each ten cubits high.
1-Nāal 6:29A kalakalai aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia i nā paia a pau o ka hale a puni i nā kiʻi kālai ʻia o nā keruba, a me nā lāʻau pāma, a me nā pua mohala, ma loko a ma waho.On the walls all around the temple, in both the inner and outer rooms, he carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers.
1-Nāal 6:31A no ka puka o kahi e ʻōlelo ai, i hana ai ʻo ia i nā pani lāʻau ʻoliva, a ʻo ka lapauila a me nā lāʻau kū, ʻo ka hapalima nō ia.For the entrance of the inner sanctuary he made doors of olive wood with five-sided jambs.
1-Nāal 6:32He lāʻau ʻoliva nā pani ʻelua, a kālai ihola ʻo ia ma ia mau mea i ke kalakalai ʻana o nā keruba, a me nā lāʻau pāma, a me nā pua mohala, a hoʻouhi aʻela ia mau mea me ke gula, a kāpili aʻela hoʻi i ke gula ma nā keruba a me nā lāʻau pāma.And on the two olive wood doors he carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers, and overlaid the cherubim and palm trees with beaten gold.
1-Nāal 6:33Pēlā hoʻi i hana ai ʻo ia no ka puka o ka luakini i nā lāʻau kū ʻoliva he hapahā.In the same way he made four-sided jambs of olive wood for the entrance to the main hall.
1-Nāal 6:34A ʻo nā pani ʻelua he lāʻau kaʻa; a ʻo nā ʻaoʻao ʻelua o kekahi pani e pelu ana ia, a ʻo nā ʻaoʻao ʻelua o kekahi pani, e pelu ana nō ia.He also made two pine doors, each having two leaves that turned in sockets.
1-Nāal 6:35Kālai aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia ma laila i nā keruba, a me nā lāʻau pāma, a me nā pua mohala; a hoʻouhi hoʻi me ke gula i hoʻokū pono ia i ka mea i kālai ʻia.He carved cherubim, palm trees and open flowers on them and overlaid them with gold hammered evenly over the carvings.
1-Nāal 6:36Hana ihola hoʻi ʻo ia i ka pā hale loko, me nā lālani ʻekolu o nā pōhaku i kālai ʻia, a me ka lālani lāʻau kedera.And he built the inner courtyard of three courses of dressed stone and one course of trimmed cedar beams.
1-Nāal 7:2Kūkulu aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia i ka hale ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Lebanona, hoʻokahi haneri kūbita kona loa, a he kanalima kūbita kona laulā, a he kanakolu kūbita ke kiʻekiʻe, ma luna o nā lālani ʻehā o nā kia kedera, me nā kaola kedera ma luna o ua mau kia lā.He built the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon a hundred cubits long, fifty wide and thirty high, with four rows of cedar columns supporting trimmed cedar beams.
1-Nāal 7:6A ua hana ʻo ia i ka hale kia he kanalima kūbita kona loa, a he kanakolu kūbita ka laulā; a ʻo ka lānai, ma mua ia o lākou; a ʻo nā kia me ka lāʻau e komo ai hoʻi ma mua o lākou.He made a colonnade fifty cubits long and thirty wide. In front of it was a portico, and in front of that were pillars and an overhanging roof.
1-Nāal 7:12A ʻo ka pā hale nui a puni, he mau lālani ʻekolu o nā pōhaku kālai ʻia, a me ka lālani lāʻau kedera, no ka pā hale o ka hale o Iēhova ma loko, a no ka hale kia o ka hale.The great courtyard was surrounded by a wall of three courses of dressed stone and one course of trimmed cedar beams, as was the inner courtyard of the temple of the LORD with its portico.
1-Nāal 7:36A ma luna o nā papa o nā ʻanuʻu, a ma luna o nā kaʻe, i kālai ai ʻo ia i nā keruba, a me nā liona, a me nā lāʻau pāma, e like me ke kaʻawale ʻana o kēia me kēlā, a me nā mea lewa a puni.He engraved cherubim, lions and palm trees on the surfaces of the supports and on the panels, in every available space, with wreaths all around.
1-Nāal 8:7No ka mea, ua hohola nā keruba i nā ʻēheu ʻelua ma luna o kahi o ka pahu berita, a uhi ihola nā keruba i ka pahu berita, a me kona mau lāʻau ʻauamo, ma luna aʻe.The cherubim spread their wings over the place of the ark and overshadowed the ark and its carrying poles.
1-Nāal 8:8Unuhi aʻela lākou i nā lāʻau ʻauamo, i ʻike ʻia nā poʻo o nā lāʻau ʻauamo mai ka mea hoʻāno mai ma ka mua o kahi e ʻōlelo ai; ʻaʻole lāua i ʻike ʻia ma waho mai, a ma laila nō lāua a hiki i kēia lā.These poles were so long that their ends could be seen from the Holy Place in front of the inner sanctuary, but not from outside the Holy Place; and they are still there today.
1-Nāal 9:11(Ua hāʻawi mai ʻo Hirama ke aliʻi o Turo, iā Solomona i nā lāʻau kedera a me nā lāʻau kaʻa, a me ke gula, e like me kona makemake a pau) a laila, hāʻawi aku ʻo Solomona ke aliʻi iā Hirama i nā kūlanakauhale he iwakālua ma ka ʻāina ʻo Galilaia.King Solomon gave twenty towns in Galilee to Hiram king of Tyre, because Hiram had supplied him with all the cedar and pine and gold he wanted.
1-Nāal 10:11A ʻo nā moku hoʻi o Hirama i lawe mai i ke gula mai ʻOpera mai, ua lawe pū mai i nā lāʻau ʻalemuga he nui loa, mai ʻOpera mai, a me nā pōhaku makamae.(Hiram's ships brought gold from Ophir; and from there they brought great cargoes of almugwood and precious stones.
1-Nāal 10:12Hana ihola ke aliʻi i nā lāʻau ʻalemuga i mau kia no ka hale o Iēhova, a no ka hale o ke aliʻi, a me nā lira, a me nā pesaleteria no ka poʻe mele; ʻaʻole hiki mai nā lāʻau ʻalemuga e like me nēia, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ʻike ʻia a hiki i kēia lā.The king used the almugwood to make supports for the temple of the LORD and for the royal palace, and to make harps and lyres for the musicians. So much almugwood has never been imported or seen since that day.)
1-Nāal 10:17Hana ihola ʻo ia i ʻekolu haneri pale kaua gula kuʻi ʻia; ʻekolu paona gula i lilo i pale kaua hoʻokahi, a waiho aʻela ke aliʻi iā lākou ma loko o ka hale ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Lebanona.He also made three hundred small shields of hammered gold, with three minas of gold in each shield. The king put them in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon.
1-Nāal 10:21A ʻo ko ke aliʻi, ko Solomona mau kīʻaha inu he gula nō, a me nā ipu o ka hale ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Lebanona, he gula maʻemaʻe ia; ʻaʻole mea kālā; ua manaʻo ʻia ia he mea ʻole i nā lā o Solomona.All King Solomon's goblets were gold, and all the household articles in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon were pure gold. Nothing was made of silver, because silver was considered of little value in Solomon's days.
1-Nāal 10:27Hoʻolilo aʻela ke aliʻi i ke kālā ma loko o Ierusalema me he mau pōhaku lā, a hoʻolilo hoʻi ʻo ia i nā lāʻau kedera me he mau lāʻau Sukamorea ma ke awāwa i ka nui loa.The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, and cedar as plentiful as sycamore-fig trees in the foothills.
1-Nāal 13:14Hahai akula ʻo ia ma muli o ke kanaka o ke Akua, a loaʻa ʻo ia iā ia e noho ana ma lalo aʻe o ka lāʻau ʻoka; a ʻī akula ʻo ia iā ia, ʻO ʻoe anei ke kanaka o ke Akua i hele mai mai Iuda mai? ʻĪ maila ʻo ia, ʻO wau nō.and rode after the man of God. He found him sitting under an oak tree and asked, "Are you the man of God who came from Judah?" "I am," he replied.
1-Nāal 14:23No ka mea, ua hana lākou no lākou iho i nā wahi kiʻekiʻe a me nā kiʻi akua, a me nā wahi hoʻomana ma luna o nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe a pau, a ma lalo iho o nā lāʻau malumalu a pau.They also set up for themselves high places, sacred stones and Asherah poles on every high hill and under every spreading tree.
1-Nāal 15:22A laila kauoha maila ʻo ʻAsa ke aliʻi, ma Iuda a puni, ʻaʻohe mea kaʻawale; a lawe aʻela lākou i nā pōhaku o Rama, a me nā lāʻau ona; a, me ia mau mea i kūkulu ai ʻo ʻAsa ke aliʻi iā Geba ma Beniamina, a me Mizepa.Then King Asa issued an order to all Judah--no one was exempt--and they carried away from Ramah the stones and timber Baasha had been using there. With them King Asa built up Geba in Benjamin, and also Mizpah.
1-Nāal 17:10Kū aʻela hoʻi, a hele ia i Sarepeta; a hiki i ka puka o ke kūlanakauhale, aia hoʻi, ma laila ka wahine kāne make e ʻohi ana i nā lālā lāʻau; a kāhea aku ʻo ia i ka wahine, ʻī akula, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe e lawe mai i wahi wai ʻuʻuku ma loko o ka ipu, e inu au.So he went to Zarephath. When he came to the town gate, a widow was there gathering sticks. He called to her and asked, "Would you bring me a little water in a jar so I may have a drink?"
1-Nāal 17:12ʻĪ maila ka wahine, Ma ke ola ʻana o Iēhova ʻo kou Akua, ʻaʻole oʻu pōpō palaoa, hoʻokahi wale nō piha o ka lima o ka palaoa wali ʻole, ma loko o ka barela, a he wahi ʻaila ʻuʻuku i loko o kahi ʻōmole: eia hoʻi, e ʻohi ana au i nā lālā lāʻau ʻelua e hele au i loko, a e hoʻomoʻa aʻe ia na māua me kuʻu keiki, e ʻai māua, a make."As surely as the LORD your God lives," she replied, "I don't have any bread--only a handful of flour in a jar and a little oil in a jug. I am gathering a few sticks to take home and make a meal for myself and my son, that we may eat it--and die."
1-Nāal 19:4A hele aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia, i ka hele ʻana o kekahi lā, i loko aʻe o ka wao nahele, hele hoʻi a noho iho ma lalo iho o ka lāʻau iunipera; a nonoi akula hoʻi nona iho e make ia; ʻī akula hoʻi, Ua nui; ʻānō hoʻi, e Iēhova, e lawe aku i kuʻu ola nei; no ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoi aku koʻu maikaʻi ma mua o koʻu mau mākua.while he himself went a day's journey into the desert. He came to a broom tree, sat down under it and prayed that he might die. "I have had enough, LORD," he said. "Take my life; I am no better than my ancestors."
1-Nāal 19:5Moe ihola ʻo ia a hiamoe i lalo o ka lāʻau iunipera, aia hoʻi, i laila, hoʻopā maila kahi ʻānela iā ia, ʻī maila, E ala, e ʻai.Then he lay down under the tree and fell asleep. All at once an angel touched him and said, "Get up and eat."
1-Nāal 21:2ʻŌlelo maila ʻo ʻAhaba iā Nabota, ʻī maila, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kou māla waina, i lilo ia iaʻu i māla lāʻau iki ʻai, no ka mea, e kokoke mai ana nō ia i koʻu hale; a e hāʻawi aku au nāu i ka māla waina e ʻoi aku kona maikaʻi ma mua o kēia: a i pono iā ʻoe, e hāʻawi aku au iā ʻoe i ke kālā e like kona waiwai me ia.Ahab said to Naboth, "Let me have your vineyard to use for a vegetable garden, since it is close to my palace. In exchange I will give you a better vineyard or, if you prefer, I will pay you whatever it is worth."
2-Nāal 2:24Hāliu aʻela ia, a nānā maila iā lākou, a hōʻino maila iā lākou ma ka inoa ʻo Iēhova: a hele mai nā bea wahine ʻelua, mai ka ulu lāʻau mai, a haehae i nā kamaliʻi, he kanahākumamālua o lākou.He turned around, looked at them and called down a curse on them in the name of the LORD. Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the youths.
2-Nāal 3:19A e luku aku ʻoukou i nā kūlanakauhale a pau i paʻa i ka pā pōhaku, a me nā kūlanakauhale maikaʻi a pau, a e kua aku ʻoukou i nā lāʻau maikaʻi a pau, a e pani aku i nā pūnāwai a pau, e luku aku hoʻi i nā kīhāpai maikaʻi a pau i ka pōhaku.You will overthrow every fortified city and every major town. You will cut down every good tree, stop up all the springs, and ruin every good field with stones."
2-Nāal 3:25A wāwahi akula lākou i nā kūlanakauhale, a hoʻolei akula kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona pōhaku ma nā kīhāpai maikaʻi a pau a hoʻopiha ihola; a pani akula lākou i nā pūnāwai a pau, a kua akula i nā lāʻau maikaʻi a pau, a koe akula nā pōhaku i loko o Kireharaseta; akā, hoʻopuni akula naʻe nā mea maʻa, a luku akula ia.They destroyed the towns, and each man threw a stone on every good field until it was covered. They stopped up all the springs and cut down every good tree. Only Kir Hareseth was left with its stones in place, but men armed with slings surrounded it and attacked it as well.
2-Nāal 6:2Ke noi aku nei, e ʻae mai ʻoe, e hele mākou i Ioredane, a e lawe kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka, mai laila mai, i kahi lāʻau, a e hana kākou ma laila i wahi no kākou e noho ai. ʻĪ maila kēlā, E hele ʻoukou.Let us go to the Jordan, where each of us can get a pole; and let us build a place there for us to live." And he said, "Go."
2-Nāal 6:4A hele pū akula ia me lākou. A hiki lākou ma Ioredane, a kua lāʻau lākou.And he went with them. They went to the Jordan and began to cut down trees.
2-Nāal 6:5A i ke kua lāʻau ʻana a kekahi, poholo akula ke koʻi i loko o ka wai: auē ihola ia, ʻī akula, Auē, e ka haku! No ka mea, no haʻi ia mea.As one of them was cutting down a tree, the iron axhead fell into the water. "Oh, my lord," he cried out, "it was borrowed!"
2-Nāal 6:6Nīnau akula ke kanaka o ke Akua, Ma hea i poholo ai? Hōʻike maila ia i kahi. A ʻoki ihola ia i kahi lāʻau, a hoʻolei ihola ma laila, a lana mai ke koʻi.The man of God asked, "Where did it fall?" When he showed him the place, Elisha cut a stick and threw it there, and made the iron float.
2-Nāal 12:12A i ka poʻe hahao pōhaku a i nā kālai pōhaku, a no ke kūʻai i ka lāʻau, a me nā pōhaku i kālai ʻia, e hana hou i kahi nahā o ka hale o Iēhova, a no nā mea a pau i lilo aku no ka hale o Iēhova i ka hana hou ʻana.the masons and stonecutters. They purchased timber and dressed stone for the repair of the temple of the LORD, and met all the other expenses of restoring the temple.
2-Nāal 14:9A hoʻouna maila ʻo Iehoasa ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela i o ʻAmazia lā, ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, ʻī maila, Hoʻouna akula ka pua kala ma Lebanona i ka lāʻau kedara ma Lebanona, ʻī akula, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kāu kaikamahine i wahine na kaʻu keiki kāne! A hele aʻela ka holoholona o Lebanona, a hehi ihola i ka pua kala.But Jehoash king of Israel replied to Amaziah king of Judah: "A thistle in Lebanon sent a message to a cedar in Lebanon, 'Give your daughter to my son in marriage.' Then a wild beast in Lebanon came along and trampled the thistle underfoot.
2-Nāal 16:4A kaumaha aku nō hoʻi a kuni i ka mea ʻala ma nā heiau, a ma nā puʻu, a ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau.He offered sacrifices and burned incense at the high places, on the hilltops and under every spreading tree.
2-Nāal 17:10A kūkulu lākou i nā kiʻi, i nā kiʻi hoʻi o ʻAseterota, ma nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe a pau, a ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau.They set up sacred stones and Asherah poles on every high hill and under every spreading tree.
2-Nāal 19:18A ua hāʻawi aku i ko lākou mau akua i ke ahi; no ka mea, ʻaʻole lākou he akua, akā, he hana a nā lima kanaka, he lāʻau, a he pōhaku: no laila, ua luku aku lākou iā lākou lā.They have thrown their gods into the fire and destroyed them, for they were not gods but only wood and stone, fashioned by men's hands.
2-Nāal 19:23Ma kou poʻe ʻelele ua hōʻino ʻoe iā Iēhova, a ua ʻī mai, Me nā hale kaʻa oʻu a nui, ua piʻi mai au i kahi kiʻekiʻe o nā mauna, i nā ʻaoʻao hoʻi o Lebanona, a e kua aku au i kona mau lāʻau kedera loloa, a me kona mau lāʻau paina maikaʻi: a e komo aku au i ka hale kipa o kona mokuna, i ka ulu lāʻau o kona kīhāpai ulu.By your messengers you have heaped insults on the Lord. And you have said, "With my many chariots I have ascended the heights of the mountains, the utmost heights of Lebanon. I have cut down its tallest cedars, the choicest of its pines. I have reached its remotest parts, the finest of its forests.
2-Nāal 19:26No laila ua nāwaliwali ko lākou poʻe kānaka, a ua weliweli a pīhoihoi, ua like lākou me ka lau nahele o ke kula, a me ka lāʻau uliuli, me ka weuweu ma luna o ka hale, a me ka palaoa ʻeleʻele ma mua o ka ʻōpuʻu ʻana.Their people, drained of power, are dismayed and put to shame. They are like plants in the field, like tender green shoots, like grass sprouting on the roof, scorched before it grows up.
2-Nāal 22:6A i nā kamanā, a i ka poʻe kūkulu, a i ka poʻe hahao pōhaku, a me ke kūʻai lāʻau a me nā pōhaku i kālai ʻia no ka hana hou i ka hale.the carpenters, the builders and the masons. Also have them purchase timber and dressed stone to repair the temple.
2-Nāal 23:24A ʻo nā wāhine nīnau i nā ʻuhane ʻino, a me ka poʻe ʻanāʻanā, a me nā kiʻi, a me nā kiʻi lāʻau, a ʻo nā mea hoʻopailua a pau, nā mea i ʻike ʻia ma ka ʻāina o ka Iuda, a ma Ierusalema, ʻo ia mau mea kā Iosia i lawe aku, i hoʻokō ai ʻo ia i nā ʻōlelo o ke kānāwai i kākau ʻia ma ka buke i loaʻa iā Hilekia ke kahuna ma ka hale o Iēhova.Furthermore, Josiah got rid of the mediums and spiritists, the household gods, the idols and all the other detestable things seen in Judah and Jerusalem. This he did to fulfill the requirements of the law written in the book that Hilkiah the priest had discovered in the temple of the LORD.
1-ʻOihn 4:23ʻO lākou nā potera, a me ka poʻe i noho i waena o nā mea kanu a ʻo nā ulu lāʻau; i laila lākou i noho ai ma muli o ke aliʻi no kāna hana.They were the potters who lived at Netaim and Gederah; they stayed there and worked for the king.
1-ʻOihn 10:12Kū aʻela lākou, ʻo ka poʻe kānaka koa a pau, a lawe akula i ke kino o Saula, a me nā kino o nā keiki āna, a hali maila i Iabesa, a kanu ihola i ko lākou mau iwi ma lalo o ka lāʻau ʻoka, aia ma Iabesa, a hoʻokē ʻai lākou i nā lā ʻehiku.all their valiant men went and took the bodies of Saul and his sons and brought them to Jabesh. Then they buried their bones under the great tree in Jabesh, and they fasted seven days.
1-ʻOihn 11:23Pepehi ihola hoʻi ʻo ia i kekahi kanaka ʻAigupita, he kanaka nunui, he ʻelima haʻilima ke kiʻekiʻe: a he ihe nō ma ka lima o ka ʻAigupita, e like me ka lāʻau o ka mea ulana lole: a iho akula kēlā i ona lā me ke koʻokoʻo, a kāʻili aʻela i ka ihe mai loko aʻe o ka lima o ka ʻAigupita, a pepehi ihola iā ia me kāna ihe.And he struck down an Egyptian who was seven and a half feet tall. Although the Egyptian had a spear like a weaver's rod in his hand, Benaiah went against him with a club. He snatched the spear from the Egyptian's hand and killed him with his own spear.
1-ʻOihn 14:1No Hirama ke aliʻi o Turo, hoʻouna maila ia i nā ʻelele i o Dāvida lā, me nā lāʻau kedera, me nā kālai pōhaku a me nā kamanā, e hana lākou i hale nona.Now Hiram king of Tyre sent messengers to David, along with cedar logs, stonemasons and carpenters to build a palace for him.
1-ʻOihn 14:14No laila, nīnau hou akula ʻo Dāvida i ke Akua; a ʻōlelo maila ke Akua iā ia, Mai piʻi aku ʻoe ma hope o lākou: e huli aʻe mai o lākou aku, a e hoʻi mai ma luna o lākou lā ma kahi e kū pono ana i nā lāʻau silika.so David inquired of God again, and God answered him, "Do not go straight up, but circle around them and attack them in front of the balsam trees.
1-ʻOihn 14:15Aia lohe ʻoe i ka halulu o ka hele ʻana ma nā wēlau o nā lāʻau silika, a laila e hele aku ʻoe e hoʻouka i ke kaua: no ka mea, ua hala aku ke Akua i mua ou e pepehi i ka poʻe kaua o nā Pilisetia.As soon as you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the balsam trees, move out to battle, because that will mean God has gone out in front of you to strike the Philistine army."
1-ʻOihn 16:33A laila e kani aku ai nā lāʻau o ka nahele, I ka hiki ʻana mai o Iēhova; No ka mea, ke hele maila ia e hoʻoponopono i ko ka honua.Then the trees of the forest will sing, they will sing for joy before the LORD, for he comes to judge the earth.
1-ʻOihn 20:5A he kaua hou nō hoʻi me nā Pilisetia; a pepehi ihola ʻo ʻElehanana ke keiki a Iaira iā Lahemi ke kaikaina o Golia no Gata, ʻo ke ʻau o kāna ihe, ua like ia me ka lāʻau o ka mea ulana lole.In another battle with the Philistines, Elhanan son of Jair killed Lahmi the brother of Goliath the Gittite, who had a spear with a shaft like a weaver's rod.
1-ʻOihn 21:23ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻOrenana iā Dāvida, E lawe ʻoe nou, a e hana iho kuʻu haku ke aliʻi i ka mea pono i mua o kona maka. Aia hoʻi, ke hāʻawi aku nei au i nā bipi no nā mōhai kuni, a me nā lāʻau kaʻa palaoa i wahie, a me ka palaoa i mōhai ʻai: ke hāʻawi aku nei au ia a pau loa.Araunah said to David, "Take it! Let my lord the king do whatever pleases him. Look, I will give the oxen for the burnt offerings, the threshing sledges for the wood, and the wheat for the grain offering. I will give all this."
1-ʻOihn 22:4A me nā lāʻau kedera he nui loa: no ka mea, na ko Zidona a me ko Turo i lawe mai i ka lāʻau kedera he nui iā Dāvida.He also provided more cedar logs than could be counted, for the Sidonians and Tyrians had brought large numbers of them to David.
1-ʻOihn 22:14ʻĀnō hoʻi, i kuʻu ʻilihune ʻana, ua hoʻomākaukau iho nō wau no ka hale o Iēhova, i hoʻokahi haneri tausani tālena gula, a me ka tausani tausani tālena kālā: a ʻo ke keleawe a me ka hao, ʻaʻole i kaupaona ʻia; no ka mea, he nui loa: ua hoʻomākaukau hoʻi au i ka lāʻau a me nā pōhaku, a nāu nō e hoʻomāhuahua aʻe i laila."I have taken great pains to provide for the temple of the LORD a hundred thousand talents of gold, a million talents of silver, quantities of bronze and iron too great to be weighed, and wood and stone. And you may add to them.
1-ʻOihn 22:15He nui nō hoʻi nā paʻahana iā ʻoe, nā mea kālai a me nā mea kāpili pōhaku a me ka lāʻau, a me nā kānaka akamai he nui i ka hana i nā hana a pau.You have many workmen: stonecutters, masons and carpenters, as well as men skilled in every kind of work
1-ʻOihn 27:28Ma luna hoʻi o nā lāʻau ʻoliva, a ʻo nā lāʻau sukamora ma nā awāwa pāpū, ʻo Baʻalahana no Gedera: a ʻo Ioasa ma luna o nā hale ahu ʻaila.Baal-Hanan the Gederite was in charge of the olive and sycamore-fig trees in the western foothills. Joash was in charge of the supplies of olive oil.
1-ʻOihn 29:2Ua hoʻomākaukau iho nō wau me kuʻu ikaika a pau no ka hale o kuʻu Akua i ke gula no nā mea gula, i ke kālā no nā mea kālā, i ke keleawe no nā mea keleawe, i ka hao no nā mea hao, a i ka lāʻau no nā mea lāʻau: i nā pōhaku ʻonika e kau ʻia ai, nā pōhaku hinuhinu, a he ʻōniʻoniʻo hoʻi, a me nā pōhaku makamae he nui nā ʻano, a me nā pōhaku mamora he nui loa.With all my resources I have provided for the temple of my God--gold for the gold work, silver for the silver, bronze for the bronze, iron for the iron and wood for the wood, as well as onyx for the settings, turquoise, stones of various colors, and all kinds of fine stone and marble--all of these in large quantities.
2-ʻOihn 1:15A hoʻolilo aʻela ke aliʻi i ke kālā a me ke gula ma Ierusalema e like me nā pōhaku; i kona ʻimi ʻana nō hoʻi, nui ihola nā lāʻau kedera e like me nā lāʻau sukomorea ma ke awāwa.The king made silver and gold as common in Jerusalem as stones, and cedar as plentiful as sycamore-fig trees in the foothills.
2-ʻOihn 2:3Hoʻouna akula ʻo Solomona iā Hurama lā ke aliʻi o Turo, ʻī akula, E like me ka mea āu i hana ai iā Dāvida i koʻu makua kāne, i kou hāʻawi ʻana iā ia i ka lāʻau kedera i kūkulu ia i hale nona e noho ai;Solomon sent this message to Hiram king of Tyre: "Send me cedar logs as you did for my father David when you sent him cedar to build a palace to live in.
2-ʻOihn 2:8E hāʻawi mai ʻoe iaʻu i nā lāʻau kedera, a me ka paina, a me ke ʻaleguma no loko mai o Lebanona, no ka mea, ua ʻike au he poʻe akamai kāu poʻe kauā i ke kālai ʻana i nā lāʻau ʻo Lebanona; aia hoʻi, ʻo kaʻu poʻe kauā me kāu,"Send me also cedar, pine and algum logs from Lebanon, for I know that your men are skilled in cutting timber there. My men will work with yours
2-ʻOihn 2:9I hoʻomākaukau lākou noʻu i nā lāʻau he nui; no ka mea, ʻo ka hale aʻu e kūkulu ai, he mea ʻē kona nui.to provide me with plenty of lumber, because the temple I build must be large and magnificent.
2-ʻOihn 2:10Aia hoʻi, e hāʻawi aku au i kāu poʻe kauā, i ka poʻe kua lāʻau, a me ka poʻe kālai lāʻau, i nā kora palaoa i hehi ʻia, he iwakālua tausani, a me nā kora bale he iwakālua tausani, a me nā bato waina, he iwakālua tausani, a me nā bato ʻaila he iwakālua tausani.I will give your servants, the woodsmen who cut the timber, twenty thousand cors of ground wheat, twenty thousand cors of barley, twenty thousand baths of wine and twenty thousand baths of olive oil."
2-ʻOihn 2:14He keiki ia a kekahi wahine no nā kaikamāhine a Dana, a ʻo kona makua kāne he kanaka ia no Turo. Ua ʻike ia i ka hana ma ke gula, a me ke kālā, a me ke keleawe, a me ka hao, a me nā pōhaku, a me nā lāʻau, a me ka lole mākuʻe, me ka lole uliuli, a me ka pulupulu a me ka lole ʻulaʻula, ka mea ʻike i ke kālai i nā mea nani, a i ka noʻonoʻo i nā mea hohonu i hāʻawi ʻia mai nāna, me kāu poʻe akamai, a me nā kānaka akamai o kuʻu haku, ʻo Dāvida, kou makua kāne.whose mother was from Dan and whose father was from Tyre. He is trained to work in gold and silver, bronze and iron, stone and wood, and with purple and blue and crimson yarn and fine linen. He is experienced in all kinds of engraving and can execute any design given to him. He will work with your craftsmen and with those of my Lord, David your father.
2-ʻOihn 2:16A e kālai mākou i na lāʻau ma waena o Lebanona e like me kou makemake, a e hōʻau ʻia aku ia i ou lā ma nā holopapa a hiki i ke awa ʻo Iopa, a nāu nō e lawe aku ia i Ierusalema.and we will cut all the logs from Lebanon that you need and will float them in rafts by sea down to Joppa. You can then take them up to Jerusalem."
2-ʻOihn 3:5A ʻo ka hale nui, kāpili nō ia i ka lāʻau paina, a uhi ihola i ke gula maikaʻi, hoʻonoho ihola ma luna o laila i nā lālā loulu i kālai ʻia a me nā kaula.He paneled the main hall with pine and covered it with fine gold and decorated it with palm tree and chain designs.
2-ʻOihn 5:8Ua hohola ʻia nā ʻēheu o nā kerubima ma kahi o ka pahu, a ua uhi nā kerubima i ka pahu, a me kona mau lāʻau ʻauamo ma luna iho.The cherubim spread their wings over the place of the ark and covered the ark and its carrying poles.
2-ʻOihn 5:9A huki mai lākou i nā lāʻau ʻauamo, a ua ʻikea nā poʻo o nā lāʻau ʻauamo, mai ka pahu, a i mua o kahi hoʻāno, ʻaʻole i ʻike ʻia ma waho. A aia nō ia a hiki i nēia lā.These poles were so long that their ends, extending from the ark, could be seen from in front of the inner sanctuary, but not from outside the Holy Place; and they are still there today.
2-ʻOihn 9:10A ʻo nā kauā a Hurama a me nā kauā a Solomona ka poʻe i lawe i ke gula mai ʻOpira mai, lawe nō hoʻi lākou i nā lāʻau ʻaleguma a me nā pōhaku makamae.(The men of Hiram and the men of Solomon brought gold from Ophir; they also brought algumwood and precious stones.
2-ʻOihn 9:11Hana ihola ʻo Solomona me ka lāʻau ʻaleguma i alapiʻi no ka hale o Iēhova, a no ka hale o ke aliʻi, a me nā mea kani, a me nā kuolokani no ka poʻe mele; ʻaʻole i ʻike ʻia nā mea e like me ua mau mea lā ma ka ʻāina ʻo Iuda.The king used the algumwood to make steps for the temple of the LORD and for the royal palace, and to make harps and lyres for the musicians. Nothing like them had ever been seen in Judah.)
2-ʻOihn 9:16A me nā pale kaua gula maʻemaʻe ʻole ʻekolu haneri; ʻekolu haneri sekela gula maʻemaʻe ʻole ma ka pale kaua hoʻokahi; a waiho ihola ke aliʻi ia mau mea i loko o ka hale o ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Lebanona.He also made three hundred small shields of hammered gold, with three hundred bekas of gold in each shield. The king put them in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon.
2-ʻOihn 9:20A ʻo nā kīʻaha inu a pau loa o ke aliʻi, ʻo Solomona, he gula nō; a ʻo nā ipu a pau o ka hale o ka ulu lāʻau ʻo Lebanona he gula maʻemaʻe; ʻaʻole he kālā kekahi, ua manaʻo ʻia ʻo ia he mea ʻole, i nā lā o Solomona.All King Solomon's goblets were gold, and all the household articles in the Palace of the Forest of Lebanon were pure gold. Nothing was made of silver, because silver was considered of little value in Solomon's day.
2-ʻOihn 9:27A hoʻolilo aʻela ke aliʻi i ke kālā ma Ierusalema e like me nā pōhaku, a hāʻawi mai i nā lāʻau kedera e like me nā lāʻau sukamorea ma ke awāwa i nui loa.The king made silver as common in Jerusalem as stones, and cedar as plentiful as sycamore-fig trees in the foothills.
2-ʻOihn 16:6Alakaʻi aʻela ʻo ʻAsa i ka Iuda a pau, halihali maila lākou i nā pōhaku o Rama, a me nā lāʻau o laila, i ka mea a Baʻasa i kūkulu ai; a kūkulu ihola ʻo ia me ia mau mea iā Geba a me Mizepa.Then King Asa brought all the men of Judah, and they carried away from Ramah the stones and timber Baasha had been using. With them he built up Geba and Mizpah.
2-ʻOihn 25:18Hoʻouna maila ʻo Ioasa ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela i o ʻAmazia lā, ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, ʻī maila, Hoʻouna ke kākalaioa ma Lebanona i ka lāʻau kedera ma Lebanona, ʻī akula, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kāu kaikamahine na kaʻu keiki i wahine nāna; a hele aʻela kekahi holoholona o ke kula ma Lebanona, a hehi ihola ma luna o ke kākalaioa.But Jehoash king of Israel replied to Amaziah king of Judah: "A thistle in Lebanon sent a message to a cedar in Lebanon, 'Give your daughter to my son in marriage.' Then a wild beast in Lebanon came along and trampled the thistle underfoot.
2-ʻOihn 26:10A kūkulu nō hoʻi ia i nā hale kiaʻi ma ka wao nahele, a ʻeli ihola i nā pūnāwai he nui loa; no ka mea, nui kāna poʻe holoholona ma ke awāwa, a me ka pāpū; he poʻe mahi ʻai nō hoʻi kekahi, a he poʻe mālama i ka lāʻau waina ma nā mauna, a ma Karemela; no ka mea, ua makemake ʻo ia i ka ʻāina.He also built towers in the desert and dug many cisterns, because he had much livestock in the foothills and in the plain. He had people working his fields and vineyards in the hills and in the fertile lands, for he loved the soil.
2-ʻOihn 28:4Ua mōhai aku hoʻi ia, a kuni i ka mea ʻala ma nā wahi kiʻekiʻe ma luna o nā puʻu, a ma lalo iho o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau.He offered sacrifices and burned incense at the high places, on the hilltops and under every spreading tree.
2-ʻOihn 28:15A kū aʻela i luna ua poʻe kānaka lā i ʻōlelo ʻia ai ko lākou inoa, a lawe lākou i ua poʻe pio lā, a no ka waiwai pio hōʻaʻahu i ka poʻe o lākou i nele i ke kapa ʻole, a kāhiko iā lākou, a hāwele iā lākou i nā kāmaʻa, a hāʻawi i ka ʻai na lākou, a hoʻohāinu, a kāhinu iā lākou i ka ʻaila, a hoʻoeʻe i ka poʻe nāwaliwali ma luna o nā hoki, a alakaʻi iā lākou i Ieriko i ke kūlanakauhale lāʻau loulu, i ko lākou poʻe hoahānau: a hoʻi lākou i Samaria.The men designated by name took the prisoners, and from the plunder they clothed all who were naked. They provided them with clothes and sandals, food and drink, and healing balm. All those who were weak they put on donkeys. So they took them back to their fellow countrymen at Jericho, the City of Palms, and returned to Samaria.
2-ʻOihn 34:11Hāʻawi nō lākou na ka poʻe kālai, a me ka poʻe kūkulu hale e kūʻai i nā pōhaku i kālai ʻia, a me nā lāʻau i kaola e kāpili ai i nā hale a nā aliʻi o ka Iuda i wāwahi ai.They also gave money to the carpenters and builders to purchase dressed stone, and timber for joists and beams for the buildings that the kings of Judah had allowed to fall into ruin.
ʻEzera 3:7A hāʻawi akula lākou i ke kālā no ka poʻe kālai pōhaku, a no ka poʻe paʻahana; a me ka ʻai hoʻi, a me ka mea inu, a me ka ʻaila na ko Zidona, a na ko Turo, i lawe mai lākou i nā lāʻau kedara mai Lebanona mai a ke kai o Iopa, e like me ka mea a Kuro ke aliʻi o Peresia i ʻae mai ai iā lākou.Then they gave money to the masons and carpenters, and gave food and drink and oil to the people of Sidon and Tyre, so that they would bring cedar logs by sea from Lebanon to Joppa, as authorized by Cyrus king of Persia.
ʻEzera 5:8E hōʻike ʻia i ke aliʻi, i hele ai mākou i ka ʻāina o ka Iuda i ka hale o ke Akua nui, ka mea i hana ʻia i ka pōhaku i kālai ʻia a me ka lāʻau i hoʻonoho ʻia ma loko o nā pā pōhaku, a ke hana wikiwiki ʻia kēia hana, a e kō ana ia i loko o ko lākou lima.The king should know that we went to the district of Judah, to the temple of the great God. The people are building it with large stones and placing the timbers in the walls. The work is being carried on with diligence and is making rapid progress under their direction.
ʻEzera 6:4Pākolu nā papa pōhaku kālai, a e pākahi hoʻi ka papa lāʻau hou; a e hāʻawi ʻia ka waiwai mai ka hale o ke aliʻi mai:with three courses of large stones and one of timbers. The costs are to be paid by the royal treasury.
ʻEzera 6:11A ke kauoha aku nei nō hoʻi au, ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka e hoʻololi i kēia ʻōlelo, e lawe ʻia ka lāʻau mai kona hale mai, a kūkulu ʻia, e kāʻawe ʻia ʻo ia ma luna o ia mea, a e hoʻolilo ʻia kona hale i puʻu lepo no kēia mea.Furthermore, I decree that if anyone changes this edict, a beam is to be pulled from his house and he is to be lifted up and impaled on it. And for this crime his house is to be made a pile of rubble.
Neh 2:8A i palapala na ʻAsapa ka mea mālama i ko ke aliʻi ulu lāʻau, i hāʻawi mai ia iaʻu i mau lāʻau e kāpili ai i nā puka o ka pā kiaʻi o ka hale, a no ka pā o ke kūlanakauhale, a no ka hale hoʻi aʻu e komo ai. A hāʻawi mai nō ke aliʻi iaʻu, ma muli o ka lima lokomaikaʻi o koʻu Akua ma luna oʻu.And may I have a letter to Asaph, keeper of the king's forest, so he will give me timber to make beams for the gates of the citadel by the temple and for the city wall and for the residence I will occupy?" And because the gracious hand of my God was upon me, the king granted my requests.
Neh 8:4Kū aʻela ʻo ʻEzera ke kākau ʻōlelo ma ka ʻāwai lāʻau, ka mea a lākou i kūkulu ai no kēia hana; a kū pū aʻela me ia ʻo Matitia a me Sema a me ʻAnaia a me ʻUria a me Hilekia a me Maʻaseia ma kona lima ʻākau; a ma kona lima hema, ʻo Pedaia, a me Misaʻela, a me Malekia, a me Hasuma a me Hasebadana, Zekaria, Mesulama.Ezra the scribe stood on a high wooden platform built for the occasion. Beside him on his right stood Mattithiah, Shema, Anaiah, Uriah, Hilkiah and Maaseiah; and on his left were Pedaiah, Mishael, Malkijah, Hashum, Hashbaddanah, Zechariah and Meshullam.
Neh 8:15A i kala aku ai lākou a haʻi aku ma nā kūlanakauhale a pau o lākou, a ma Ierusalema, me ka ʻī ʻana aku, Ō uhaele aku i ka mauna, a e lawe mai i nā lālā ʻoliva, a me nā lālā o ka ʻoliva ulu wale, a me nā lālā hadasa, a me nā lālā loulu, a me nā lālā o ka lāʻau ulu nui, e hana i nā hale malumalu e like me ka mea i kākau ʻia ai.and that they should proclaim this word and spread it throughout their towns and in Jerusalem: "Go out into the hill country and bring back branches from olive and wild olive trees, and from myrtles, palms and shade trees, to make booths"--as it is written.
Neh 9:25A lawe pio ihola lākou i nā kūlanakauhale i paʻa i ka pā, a me ka ʻāina maikaʻi, a lilo ihola iā lākou nā hale i lako i kēlā mea maikaʻi kēia mea maikaʻi, nā pūnāwai i ʻeli ʻia, nā māla waina, a me nā māla ʻoliva a me nā lāʻau hua he nui: a ʻai ihola lākou a māʻona, a momona hoʻi, a ʻoliʻoli ihola lākou i kou hoʻomaikaʻi nui ʻana.They captured fortified cities and fertile land; they took possession of houses filled with all kinds of good things, wells already dug, vineyards, olive groves and fruit trees in abundance. They ate to the full and were well-nourished; they reveled in your great goodness.
Neh 10:35A e lawe mai i nā mea i ʻohi mua ʻia o ko mākou ʻāina, a me nā mea i ʻohi mua ʻia o kēlā hua kēia hua o nā lāʻau a pau, i kēlā makahiki kēia makahiki, ma ka hale o Iēhova:"We also assume responsibility for bringing to the house of the LORD each year the firstfruits of our crops and of every fruit tree.
Neh 10:37A i lawe mākou i kauwahi hana mua ʻia o kā mākou palaoa kāwili ʻia, a me nā makana a mākou, a me ka hua o kēlā lāʻau o kēia lāʻau, ka waina a me ka ʻaila, i nā kāhuna ma nā keʻena o ka hale o ko kākou Akua; a me ka hapaʻumi o kā mākou mahina ʻai i nā Levi, a na lākou nō, na nā Levi ka hapaʻumi ma nā kūlanakauhale a pau o ko mākou mahi ʻana."Moreover, we will bring to the storerooms of the house of our God, to the priests, the first of our ground meal, of our offerings, of the fruit of all our trees and of our new wine and oil. And we will bring a tithe of our crops to the Levites, for it is the Levites who collect the tithes in all the towns where we work.
ʻEset 2:3A e hoʻonoho hoʻi ke aliʻi i mau luna ma nā ʻāina a pau o kona aupuni, i hoʻākoakoa mai ai lākou ma Susana nei, ma ka pā kaua, i nā kaikamāhine puʻupaʻa a pau, nā mea maikaʻi ke nānā aku, a i ka hale o nā wāhine, ma lalo o ka lima o Hegai ka luna o ke aliʻi, ʻo ka mea mālama i nā wāhine, a e hāʻawi ʻia nō lākou nā lāʻau ʻala e maʻemaʻe ai.Let the king appoint commissioners in every province of his realm to bring all these beautiful girls into the harem at the citadel of Susa. Let them be placed under the care of Hegai, the king's eunuch, who is in charge of the women; and let beauty treatments be given to them.
ʻEset 2:23A hoʻokolokolo ʻia ua mea lā, loaʻa nō; no laila, lī ʻia lāua a ʻelua ma luna o ka lāʻau; a kākau ʻia nō hoʻi ia ma ka buke ʻoihana i mua i ke alo o ke aliʻi.And when the report was investigated and found to be true, the two officials were hanged on a gallows. All this was recorded in the book of the annals in the presence of the king.
Ioba 5:5ʻO kāna ʻai i ʻohi ʻia ua pau i ka mea pōloli, A ua lawe aku ia mea mai loko mai o nā lāʻau kukū, A kāʻili nā pōwā i ko lākou waiwai.The hungry consume his harvest, taking it even from among thorns, and the thirsty pant after his wealth.
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 13:27Ke hoʻokomo nei ʻoe i koʻu mau wāwae ma ka lāʻau kūpeʻe, A ke mākaʻi nei i koʻu mau ʻaoʻao a pau: Ke kahakaha nei nō ʻoe a puni nā kapuaʻi oʻu.You fasten my feet in shackles; you keep close watch on all my paths by putting marks on the soles of my feet.
Ioba 14:7No ka mea, a i kua ʻia ka lāʻau, He manaʻo nō nona, e ulu hou auaneʻi, ʻAʻole hoʻi e pau nā lālā hou."At least there is hope for a tree: If it is cut down, it will sprout again, and its new shoots will not fail.
Ioba 14:9Akā, no ka honi ʻana i ka wai e kupu aʻe ia, A e hoʻokupu aku i nā lālā, me he lāʻau kanu lā.yet at the scent of water it will bud and put forth shoots like a plant.
Ioba 15:33E like me ke kumu waina, e hoʻoheleleʻi ia i kona hua waina pala ʻole, A e like me ka lāʻau ʻoliva, e hoʻohāʻule ia i kona pua.He will be like a vine stripped of its unripe grapes, like an olive tree shedding its blossoms.
Ioba 19:10Ua luku mai ia iaʻu a puni, a ua pau hoʻi au; A ua uhuki aʻe ia i kuʻu manaʻolana, me he lāʻau lā.He tears me down on every side till I am gone; he uproots my hope like a tree.
Ioba 21:9Ua maluhia ko lākou mau hale, ʻaʻohe makaʻu, ʻAʻole hoʻi ka lāʻau hahau o ke Akua ma luna o lākou.Their homes are safe and free from fear; the rod of God is not upon them.
Ioba 24:20E hoʻopoina ka ʻōpū iā ia; E ʻai wale ka ilo iā ia; ʻAʻole loa e hoʻomanaʻo ʻia ʻo ia; A e haki ka mea hewa me he lāʻau lā.The womb forgets them, the worm feasts on them; evil men are no longer remembered but are broken like a tree.
Ioba 30:4Uhuki lākou i ka maluhā ma ka nāhelehele, A me ke aʻa o ka lāʻau iunipera i ʻai na lākou.In the brush they gathered salt herbs, and their food was the root of the broom tree.
Ioba 30:7Ma waena o ka nāhelehele, me he hoki lā lākou i uē ai, Ma lalo o ka lāʻau kukū lākou i hoʻākoakoa ai.They brayed among the bushes and huddled in the undergrowth.
Ioba 31:40E hoʻoulu ʻia ka lāʻau ʻoiʻoi no ka palaoa, A ʻo ka zīzānia no ka bale. Ua pau ka ʻōlelo a Ioba.then let briers come up instead of wheat and weeds instead of barley." The words of Job are ended.
Ioba 33:11Ua hoʻokomo nō ia i kuʻu mau wāwae ma ka lāʻau kūpeʻe, Ua hoʻohālua nō ia i koʻu mau ʻaoʻao a pau.He fastens my feet in shackles; he keeps close watch on all my paths.'
Ioba 37:13Inā no ka lāʻau hahau, inā no kona ʻāina, Inā no ke aloha, nāna nō ia i hoʻopuka mai.He brings the clouds to punish men, or to water his earth and show his love.
Ioba 40:17Ua kūnini nō ia i kona huelo me he lāʻau kedera lā, ʻO nā olonā o kona ʻūhā ua ulana pū ʻia.His tail sways like a cedar; the sinews of his thighs are close-knit.
Ioba 40:21Moe iho nō ia ma lalo o nā lāʻau malu, Ma loko o kahi nalo o ka ʻohe a me ke kiʻo lepo.Under the lotus plants he lies, hidden among the reeds in the marsh.
Ioba 40:22Uhi ihola nā lāʻau malu iā ia me ko lākou malu; A puni mai iā ia nā wīlou o ke kahawai.The lotuses conceal him in their shadow; the poplars by the stream surround him.
Ioba 41:27Ua manaʻo nō ia i ka hao he like ia me ka mauʻu maloʻo, A i ke keleawe me he lāʻau popopo lā.Iron he treats like straw and bronze like rotten wood.
Hal 1:3E like nō ia me ka lāʻau i kanu ʻia ma nā kahawai, I hoʻohua mai i kona hua i kona manawa; A ʻo kona lau hoʻi ʻaʻole e mae; A ʻo kona mea e hana ai e pono ana nō ia.He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers.
Hal 29:5ʻO ka leo o Iēhova ua uhaʻi i nā lāʻau Kedera: ʻOiaʻiʻo ua uhaʻi nō ʻo Iēhova i nā Kedera o Lebanona.The voice of the LORD breaks the cedars; the LORD breaks in pieces the cedars of Lebanon.
Hal 29:9ʻO ka leo o Iēhova ua hoʻohānau i nā dia wahine, A ua wehewehe mai ia i nā ulu lāʻau: A i loko o kona Luakini i ʻōlelo ai nā mea a pau i kona nani.The voice of the LORD twists the oaks and strips the forests bare. And in his temple all cry, "Glory!"
Hal 37:2No ka mea, e ʻoki koke iā lākou e like me ka mauʻu, A e mae hoʻi e like me ka lāʻau iki ʻai maka.for like the grass they will soon wither, like green plants they will soon die away.
Hal 37:35Ua ʻike aku au i ke kanaka hewa e weliweli ai, E hoʻopālahalaha ana iā ia iho e like me ka lāʻau uliuli i kona wahi iho.I have seen a wicked and ruthless man flourishing like a green tree in its native soil,
Hal 50:10No ka mea, naʻu nō nā holoholona a pau o ka ulu lāʻau, A me nā holoholona laka ma luna o nā puʻu he tausani.for every animal of the forest is mine, and the cattle on a thousand hills.
Hal 52:8Akā, he mea like au me ka lāʻau ʻoliva uliuli i loko o ka hale o ke Akua; E hilinaʻi mau aku wau i ke aloha o ke Akua a mau loa aku.But I am like an olive tree flourishing in the house of God; I trust in God's unfailing love for ever and ever.
Hal 74:5Kaulana akula ke kanaka, E like me kona hāpai ʻana i nā koʻi i nā lāʻau paʻapū.They behaved like men wielding axes to cut through a thicket of trees.
Hal 83:14E like me ke ahi i hoʻopau i nā ulu lāʻau, A me ka lapalapa ahi i hoʻā i nā kuahiwi;As fire consumes the forest or a flame sets the mountains ablaze,
Hal 89:32A laila e hoʻopaʻi aku au i ko lākou hewa i ka lāʻau hahau, A me ko lākou hala hoʻi i ke kaula.I will punish their sin with the rod, their iniquity with flogging;
Hal 92:12E ulu nō ka poʻe pono e like me ka lāʻau pāma; E māhuahua aʻe nō hoʻi ia, e like me ke kedera ma Lebanona.The righteous will flourish like a palm tree, they will grow like a cedar of Lebanon;
Hal 96:12E hoʻōho mai nā kula a me nā mea a pau i loko o laila; A laila e hauʻoli mai nā lāʻau a pau o ka ulu lāʻau,let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them. Then all the trees of the forest will sing for joy;
Hal 104:16Ua kena nō nā lāʻau o Iēhova, Nā kedera hoʻi o Lebanona, nā mea āna i kanu ai;The trees of the LORD are well watered, the cedars of Lebanon that he planted.
Hal 104:17Ma laila nō e hoʻopūnana ai nā manu; ʻO ke kikonia, ʻo nā lāʻau kaʻa kona hale.There the birds make their nests; the stork has its home in the pine trees.
Hal 105:33Hahau maila ʻo ia i ko lākou mau kumu waina, a me nā lāʻau fiku o lākou; A uhaʻi maila hoʻi i nā lāʻau o ko lākou mokuna.he struck down their vines and fig trees and shattered the trees of their country.
Hal 128:3E like nō kāu wahine me nā kumu waina hua nui, Ma nā ʻaoʻao o kou hale; E like nō hoʻi kāu mau keiki me nā lāʻau ʻoliva, E kū puni ana i kou papa ʻaina.Your wife will be like a fruitful vine within your house; your sons will be like olive shoots around your table.
Hal 148:9Nā kuahiwi, me nā mauna a pau; Na lāʻau hua, a me nā kedera a pau;you mountains and all hills, fruit trees and all cedars,
Sol 3:18ʻO ia ka lāʻau o ke ola no ka poʻe e hoʻopaʻa ana iā ia, Pōmaikaʻi hoʻi ka mea e ʻapo ana iā ia.She is a tree of life to those who embrace her; those who lay hold of her will be blessed.
Sol 4:22No ka mea, he ola ia no nā mea i loaʻa ai ia, He lāʻau hoʻōla hoʻi no ke kino a pau.for they are life to those who find them and health to a man's whole body.
Sol 5:4Akā, ua ʻawahia kona hope, e like me ka lāʻau ʻawaʻawa, ʻOiʻoi hoʻi e like me ka pahi kaua ʻoi lua.but in the end she is bitter as gall, sharp as a double-edged sword.
Sol 7:22Ukali koke ʻo ia ma hope ona, E like me ka hele ʻana o ka bipi i kona wahi e make ai; E like hoʻi me ka naʻaupō i hoʻopaʻi ʻia mai ma ka lāʻau kūpeʻe;All at once he followed her like an ox going to the slaughter, like a deer stepping into a noose
Sol 10:13Ma nā lehelehe o ka mea naʻauao i loaʻa ai ke akamai; Akā, ʻo ka lāʻau hahau, no ke kua ia o ka mea manaʻo ʻole.Wisdom is found on the lips of the discerning, but a rod is for the back of him who lacks judgment.
Sol 11:28ʻO ka mea paulele i kona waiwai, e hāʻule ʻo ia; Akā, me he lālā lāʻau lā e ulu ai ka poʻe pono.Whoever trusts in his riches will fall, but the righteous will thrive like a green leaf.
Sol 11:30ʻO ka hua no ka pono, ʻo ia ka lāʻau o ke ola; ʻO ka mea hoʻohuli i nā ʻuhane, ʻo ia ke akamai.The fruit of the righteous is a tree of life, and he who wins souls is wise.
Sol 13:12ʻO ka manaʻolana i hoʻopaneʻe ʻia, ʻo ia ka mea e maʻule ai ka naʻau; A hiki mai ka mea i makemake ʻia, ʻo ia ka lāʻau o ke ola.Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.
Sol 13:24ʻO ka mea hoʻokaʻaʻokoʻa i ka lāʻau hahau, ʻo ia ke aloha ʻole i kāna keiki; ʻO ka mea aloha iā ia, ʻimi nō ia i ke aʻo ʻia mai nona.He who spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is careful to discipline him.
Sol 14:3Ma ka waha o ka mea naʻaupō, he lāʻau hahau ka haʻaheo; ʻO nā lehelehe o ka poʻe naʻauao, ʻo ia ke mālama aku iā lākou.A fool's talk brings a rod to his back, but the lips of the wise protect them.
Sol 15:4ʻO ke elelo akahai ʻo ia ka lāʻau o ke ola; ʻO ka ʻawahia i loko o ia mea, ʻo ia ka nahae ʻana o ka ʻuhane.The tongue that brings healing is a tree of life, but a deceitful tongue crushes the spirit.
Sol 17:22ʻO ka naʻau ʻoliʻoli, he lāʻau lapaʻau ia e hōʻoluʻolu ana; ʻO ka ʻuhane i hanapēpē ʻia, hoʻomaloʻo ia i nā iwi.A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.
Sol 22:8ʻO ka mea lūlū aku i ka hewa, e ʻohi ia i ka pōpilikia; Ua hoʻopau ʻia ka lāʻau hahau o kona huhū.He who sows wickedness reaps trouble, and the rod of his fury will be destroyed.
Sol 22:15Ua paʻa ke kolohe i loko o ka naʻau o ke kamaliʻi, ʻO ka lāʻau hahau, ʻo ia ke hoʻohemo aʻe ia mea mai ona aku.Folly is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of discipline will drive it far from him.
Sol 23:13Mai waiho ʻoe i ka hoʻoponopono ʻana i ke keiki; No ka mea, inā e haua ʻoe iā ia me ka lāʻau, ʻaʻole ia e make.Do not withhold discipline from a child; if you punish him with the rod, he will not die.
Sol 23:14E haua ʻoe iā ia me ka lāʻau, A e hoʻopakele i kona ʻuhane i ka lua.Punish him with the rod and save his soul from death.
Sol 26:3I mea hahau no ka lio, i kaula waha no ka hoki, I lāʻau hahau hoʻi no ke kua o nā mea lapuwale.A whip for the horse, a halter for the donkey, and a rod for the backs of fools!
Sol 27:18ʻO ka mea mālama i ka lāʻau fiku, ʻo ia ke ʻai i kona hua; ʻO ka mea mālama hoʻi i kona haku e hoʻonani ʻia ʻo ia.He who tends a fig tree will eat its fruit, and he who looks after his master will be honored.
Sol 29:15ʻO ka lāʻau hahau, a me ke aʻo ʻia mai, hāʻawi nō i ka naʻauao; A ʻo ke keiki waiho wale ʻia, ʻo ia ke hoʻohilahila i kona makuahine.The rod of correction imparts wisdom, but a child left to himself disgraces his mother.
Kekah 2:5Ua hana akula au noʻu i nā kīhāpai a me nā wahi ulu lāʻau, a ua kanu ihola au i loko o ia mau wahi i na lāʻau hua a pau;I made gardens and parks and planted all kinds of fruit trees in them.
Kekah 2:6Ua ʻeli ihola au noʻu i nā pūnāwai e hoʻopulu i kahi e ulu ai na lāʻau;I made reservoirs to water groves of flourishing trees.
Kekah 10:1ʻO nā nalo make, he mea ia e pilau ai ka lāʻau hamo a ka mea hana lāʻau, pēlā nō ka hana ʻuhaʻuha iki ʻana, ka mea i manaʻo ʻia he naʻauao, a he hanohano hoʻi.As dead flies give perfume a bad smell, so a little folly outweighs wisdom and honor.
Kekah 11:3Inā i piha nā ao i ka ua, a laila ua hāʻule mai ma luna o ka honua; a inā e hina ka lāʻau i ke kūkulu hema, a i ke kūkulu ʻākau paha, ma kahi a ka lāʻau e hina ai, ma laila auaneʻi nō ia.If clouds are full of water, they pour rain upon the earth. Whether a tree falls to the south or to the north, in the place where it falls, there will it lie.
Kekah 12:5A makaʻu lākou i nā mea kiʻekiʻe; Aia hoʻi ma ke alanui nā mea e weliweli ai, Ua hoʻopailua hoʻi ka lāʻau ʻalemona, A ʻo ka ʻūhini, he mea ia e kaumaha ai, A lilo nō hoʻi ka hua kepa i mea mikomiko ʻole; No ka mea, hele ke kanaka i kona hale mau, A hele ka poʻe kanikau ma nā alanui:when men are afraid of heights and of dangers in the streets; when the almond tree blossoms and the grasshopper drags himself along and desire no longer is stirred. Then man goes to his eternal home and mourners go about the streets.
Mele 1:17Nā kaola o ko kāua hale, he lāʻau kedera ia, A me ko kāua mau oʻa, he lāʻau fira.The beams of our house are cedars; our rafters are firs.
Mele 2:3E like me ka lāʻau ʻōhiʻa ma waena o nā lāʻau o ka nāhelehele, Pēlā kaʻu mea i aloha ai ma waena o nā keiki kāne; Ua noho iho au ma lalo o kona malu me ka ʻoluʻolu, A ua ʻono kona hua i kuʻu ʻai ʻana.Like an apple tree among the trees of the forest is my lover among the young men. I delight to sit in his shade, and his fruit is sweet to my taste.
Mele 2:13ʻO ka lāʻau fiku ua hua mai ia i kona hua ʻōpiopio, Ua ʻaʻala mai ka pua o ka waina. E kaʻu mea i aloha ai, e koʻu mea maikaʻi, e ala, a e hele mai ʻoe.The fig tree forms its early fruit; the blossoming vines spread their fragrance. Arise, come, my darling; my beautiful one, come with me."
Mele 3:9Hana ihola ke aliʻi ʻo Solomona i hale ʻauamo nona, I ka lāʻau o Lebanona.King Solomon made for himself the carriage; he made it of wood from Lebanon.
Mele 4:14ʻO kā nā naredo, a me ke keroko, a me ke kalamo, a me ke kinemona, Me nā lāʻau ʻala a pau, ʻo ka mura a me ka ʻaloe, Me nā mea ʻala maikaʻi a pau.nard and saffron, calamus and cinnamon, with every kind of incense tree, with myrrh and aloes and all the finest spices.
Mele 5:15ʻO kona ʻūhā, ua like ia me nā kia pōhaku keʻokeʻo, Ua kūkulu ʻia ma luna iho o nā kumu gula maʻemaʻe: ʻO kona helehelena, ua like ia me Lebanona, Maikaʻi hoʻi e like me nā lāʻau kedera.His legs are pillars of marble set on bases of pure gold. His appearance is like Lebanon, choice as its cedars.
Mele 7:7ʻO kou kiʻekiʻe, ua like ia me ka lāʻau pāma, A ʻo kou mau waiū me he mau huhui waina lā.Your stature is like that of the palm, and your breasts like clusters of fruit.
Mele 7:8ʻĪ ihola au, E piʻi au i luna o ka lāʻau pāma, A paʻa aku au i kona mau lālā. ʻĀnō, e lilo mai kou mau waiū me he mau huhui waina lā; A ʻo ke ʻala o kou ihu e like me nā ʻōhiʻa.I said, "I will climb the palm tree; I will take hold of its fruit." May your breasts be like the clusters of the vine, the fragrance of your breath like apples,
Mele 8:5ʻO wai kēia e piʻi mai nei mai ka wao akua mai, E hilinaʻi ana ma luna o kāna mea i aloha ai? Ua hoʻāla aku au iā ʻoe, ma lalo iho o ka lāʻau ʻōhiʻa; Ma laila, ua hānau mai kou makuahine iā ʻoe, Ma laila, ua hānau mai iā ʻoe ka mea nāna ʻoe i hānau mai.Who is this coming up from the desert leaning on her lover? Under the apple tree I roused you; there your mother conceived you, there she who was in labor gave you birth.
Mele 8:9Inā he pā ʻo ia, e kūkulu mākou ma luna ona he hale pākuʻi kālā; Inā he puka ʻo ia, e uhi mākou iā ia i nā lāʻau kedera.If she is a wall, we will build towers of silver on her. If she is a door, we will enclose her with panels of cedar.
ʻIsaia 1:29No ka mea, e hilahila auaneʻi lākou i nā lāʻau ʻoka a ʻoukou i makemake ai, E hilahila nō i nā pā kanu a ʻoukou i koho ai."You will be ashamed because of the sacred oaks in which you have delighted; you will be disgraced because of the gardens that you have chosen.
ʻIsaia 1:30E like auaneʻi ʻoukou me ka lāʻau ʻoka i mae ka lau, E like hoʻi me ka pā kanu wai ʻole.You will be like an oak with fading leaves, like a garden without water.
ʻIsaia 2:13Ma luna o nā lāʻau kedera a pau o Lebanona, nā mea loloa a kiʻekiʻe, A ma luna hoʻi o nā lāʻau ʻoka a pau o Basana;for all the cedars of Lebanon, tall and lofty, and all the oaks of Bashan,
ʻIsaia 3:20I nā pāpale hainakā, a me nā kaula kūpeʻe wāwae, I nā kāʻei, a me nā hue lāʻau ʻala, A me nā mea pale akua;the headdresses and ankle chains and sashes, the perfume bottles and charms,
ʻIsaia 5:6E ʻānai loa nō wau ia wahi; ʻAʻole ia e paʻipaʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻōlaʻolaʻo ʻia: Akā, e ulu nō ke kākalaioa ma laila, a me ka lāʻau kalakala; A naʻu nō e kauoha aku i nā ao, I ua ʻole mai lākou i ka ua ma luna ona.I will make it a wasteland, neither pruned nor cultivated, and briers and thorns will grow there. I will command the clouds not to rain on it."
ʻIsaia 6:13Inā i koe kekahi hapaʻumi o nā mea, E ʻānai loa ʻia aku nō ia. Akā, e like me ka lāʻau hūkaʻa, a me ka ʻoka, I ka wā i kua ʻia, ua koe nō ke kumu; Pēlā nō e lilo ai kekahi mamo hemolele, I kumu hoʻolaha no lākou.And though a tenth remains in the land, it will again be laid waste. But as the terebinth and oak leave stumps when they are cut down, so the holy seed will be the stump in the land."
ʻIsaia 7:2A haʻi ʻia maila i ko ka hale o Dāvida, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, Ke hoʻomoana nei ko Suria ma loko o ko ʻEperaima. A laila, haʻalulu ka naʻau o ke aliʻi, a me ka naʻau o kona poʻe kānaka, e like me ka haʻalulu ʻana o nā lāʻau o ka ulu lāʻau i mua o ka makani.Now the house of David was told, "Aram has allied itself with Ephraim"; so the hearts of Ahaz and his people were shaken, as the trees of the forest are shaken by the wind.
ʻIsaia 7:23A hiki aku i kēlā lā, ʻO kahi a pau i ulu ai nā kumu waina, he tausani, I kūʻai ʻia nō nā hapalua he tausani, E paʻapū ia wahi i ka nahele ʻoʻoi, a me ka lāʻau kalakala.In that day, in every place where there were a thousand vines worth a thousand silver shekels, there will be only briers and thorns.
ʻIsaia 7:24Me nā pua a me nā kakaka lākou e hele ai i laila, No ka mea, e nāhelehele ana nō ka ʻāina a pau, I ka lāʻau kalakala a me ka nahele ʻoʻoi.Men will go there with bow and arrow, for the land will be covered with briers and thorns.
ʻIsaia 7:25Ma nā mauna a pau i ʻōlaʻolaʻo ʻia i ka ʻōʻō, ʻAʻohe mea hele i laila, No ka makaʻu i ka lāʻau kalakala, a me ka nahele ʻoʻoi: He wahi ia e hoʻouna aku ai i ka bipi, He wahi hoʻi e hahi ai nā hipa.As for all the hills once cultivated by the hoe, you will no longer go there for fear of the briers and thorns; they will become places where cattle are turned loose and where sheep run.
ʻIsaia 9:4No ka mea, ʻo kona ʻauamo kaumaha, ʻO ka lāʻau i hahau i kona kua, A me ke koʻokoʻo o ka mea hoʻokaumaha iā ia, Ua haki ʻoe ia mau mea me ia i ka lā o Midiana.For as in the day of Midian's defeat, you have shattered the yoke that burdens them, the bar across their shoulders, the rod of their oppressor.
ʻIsaia 9:10Ua hiolo nā pōhaku lepo, A na mākou e kūkulu, he pōhaku i kālai ʻia; Ua kua ʻia i lalo nā lāʻau sukomorea, A na mākou nō e kanu i nā lāʻau kedera."The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with dressed stone; the fig trees have been felled, but we will replace them with cedars."
ʻIsaia 9:18No ka mea, e ʻā ana ka hewa e like me ke ahi, E hoʻopau nō ia i ka nahele ʻoʻoi, a me ka lāʻau kalakala, A e ʻā nō hoʻi ia ma loko o ka ulu lāʻau paʻapū; A e pūnohu i luna, he pūnohu uwahi.Surely wickedness burns like a fire; it consumes briers and thorns, it sets the forest thickets ablaze, so that it rolls upward in a column of smoke.
ʻIsaia 10:5Auē ko ʻAsuria! Ka lāʻau hahau o kuʻu ukiuki, A ʻo ua lāʻau hahau lā, aia nō ia ma ko lākou lima, ʻO ia hoʻi kuʻu inaina."Woe to the Assyrian, the rod of my anger, in whose hand is the club of my wrath!
ʻIsaia 10:15E hoʻokiʻekiʻe anei ke koʻi lipi ma luna o ka mea nāna e kālai me ia? E haʻanui anei ka pahi olo ma luna o ka mea nāna ia e oloolo? Me he lāʻau lā i wiliwili i kona mea nāna e hāpai, E like me ke koʻokoʻo hoʻi i hoʻāla iā ia iho me he mea lāʻau ʻole lā.Does the ax raise itself above him who swings it, or the saw boast against him who uses it? As if a rod were to wield him who lifts it up, or a club brandish him who is not wood!
ʻIsaia 10:17E lilo nō ka mālamalama o ʻIseraʻela i ahi, A ʻo kona Mea Hemolele hoʻi i lapalapa ahi; A e puhi nō ia, a e hoʻopau ma ka lā hoʻokahi, I kona nahele ʻoʻoi, a me kona lāʻau kalakala.The Light of Israel will become a fire, their Holy One a flame; in a single day it will burn and consume his thorns and his briers.
ʻIsaia 10:18E hoʻopau loa nō ia i ka nani o kona ulu lāʻau, A me ka mahina ʻai hua nui, mai ka ʻuhane a ke kino; A e like auaneʻi ia me ka mea maʻi hōkiʻi loa.The splendor of his forests and fertile fields it will completely destroy, as when a sick man wastes away.
ʻIsaia 10:19E ʻuʻuku ana nō ke koena o kona ulu lāʻau, E hiki nō i ke keiki ʻuʻuku ke palapala iā lākou.And the remaining trees of his forests will be so few that a child could write them down.
ʻIsaia 10:24No laila i ʻōlelo mai ai ka Haku, ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua, pēnēia, E koʻu poʻe kānaka e noho lā ma Ziona, Mai makaʻu ʻoukou i ko ʻAsuria; E hahau mai nō lākou me ka lāʻau hahau, A e hāpai nō hoʻi i ke koʻokoʻo ma luna ou, E like me ka hana ʻana o ʻAigupita.Therefore, this is what the Lord, the LORD Almighty, says: "O my people who live in Zion, do not be afraid of the Assyrians, who beat you with a rod and lift up a club against you, as Egypt did.
ʻIsaia 10:26Na Iēhova o nā kaua e hāpai i lāʻau hahau ma luna o lākou, E like me ka hahau ʻana i ko Midiana ma ka pōhaku ʻo ʻOreba: A me ka lāʻau āna i hāpai ai ma luna o ke kai, E hāpai nō ʻo ia ia e like me kāna hana ʻana i ko ʻAigupita.The LORD Almighty will lash them with a whip, as when he struck down Midian at the rock of Oreb; and he will raise his staff over the waters, as he did in Egypt.
ʻIsaia 10:34E kua ʻia i lalo me ka hao i nā ulu lāʻau paʻapū, A e hāʻule hoʻi ʻo Lebanona i mua o ka mea mana.He will cut down the forest thickets with an ax; Lebanon will fall before the Mighty One.
ʻIsaia 11:4E hoʻopono ʻo ia i ka poʻe nāwaliwali, ma ka pololei, Ma ka pono nō hoʻi ia e kōkua ai i ka mea pōpilikia o ka honua; E hahau nō ʻo ia i ka honua i ka lāʻau o kona waha, A e luku nō hoʻi ia i ka poʻe hewa, i ka hā ʻana o kona mau lehelehe.but with righteousness he will judge the needy, with justice he will give decisions for the poor of the earth. He will strike the earth with the rod of his mouth; with the breath of his lips he will slay the wicked.
ʻIsaia 14:8Hōʻaikola nō hoʻi nā lāʻau kaʻa ma luna ou, A me nā kedera o Lebanona, ʻī aʻela, Mai kou wā i moe ai i lalo, ʻAʻohe mea e piʻi mai e kua iā mākou.Even the pine trees and the cedars of Lebanon exult over you and say, "Now that you have been laid low, no woodsman comes to cut us down."
ʻIsaia 14:29Mai ʻoliʻoli ʻoe, e Pelisetia a pau, No ka haki ʻia o ka lāʻau i hahau iā ʻoe; No ka mea, mai ke aʻa o ka nahesa e laha mai ai ka moʻo pepeiaohao, A ʻo kāna hua hoʻi, he moʻo lele.Do not rejoice, all you Philistines, that the rod that struck you is broken; from the root of that snake will spring up a viper, its fruit will be a darting, venomous serpent.
ʻIsaia 17:9Ia lā lā, e like ana nā kūlanakauhale o kona pā kaua, Me ka ulu lāʻau i haʻalele ʻia, Me nā lālā ma luna i haʻalele ʻia no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela; E ʻōlohelohe ana nō ia.In that day their strong cities, which they left because of the Israelites, will be like places abandoned to thickets and undergrowth. And all will be desolation.
ʻIsaia 21:13Ka wānana no ʻArabia. Ma ka ulu lāʻau ʻo ʻArabia ʻoukou e moe ai, E nā huakaʻi hele o Dedana!An oracle concerning Arabia: You caravans of Dedanites, who camp in the thickets of Arabia,
ʻIsaia 22:8Wehe aʻela ʻo ia i ka mea i uhi ai i ka Iuda, A ia lā nānā akula ʻoe ma ka hale kāhiko kaua o ka ulu lāʻau,the defenses of Judah are stripped away. And you looked in that day to the weapons in the Palace of the Forest;
ʻIsaia 24:13Pēlā nō auaneʻi ma waenakonu o ka ʻāina, Ma waena hoʻi o nā kānaka, E like me ka lāʻau ʻoliva i lūlū ʻia, E like hoʻi me ka hoʻoʻiliʻili hope ʻana, I ka wā i pau ai ka hua waina i ka ʻohi ʻia.So will it be on the earth and among the nations, as when an olive tree is beaten, or as when gleanings are left after the grape harvest.
ʻIsaia 28:27ʻAʻole i kuʻi ʻia ke kumino ʻeleʻele i ka mea kuʻi, ʻAʻole i hoʻokaʻa ʻia ka mea kaʻa ma luna o ke kumino; Akā, ua kuʻi ʻia ke kumino ʻeleʻele i ka lāʻau, A me ke kumino hoʻi i ka lāʻau kuʻi.Caraway is not threshed with a sledge, nor is a cartwheel rolled over cummin; caraway is beaten out with a rod, and cummin with a stick.
ʻIsaia 29:17ʻAʻole anei he manawa ʻuʻuku e koe, A lilo ʻo Lebanona i mahina ʻai hua nui? A lilo hoʻi ka mahina ʻai hua nui, i ulu lāʻau?In a very short time, will not Lebanon be turned into a fertile field and the fertile field seem like a forest?
ʻIsaia 30:31No ka mea, ma ka leo o Iēhova, E moku loa auaneʻi ko ʻAsuria, Me ka lāʻau e hahau nō ia.The voice of the LORD will shatter Assyria; with his scepter he will strike them down.
ʻIsaia 30:32Ma nā wahi a pau e hiki aku ai ka lāʻau hoʻopaʻi, Ka mea a Iēhova e kau ai ma luna ona, ʻO nā pahu kani nō kekahi, a me nā mea kani; A e kaua nō ʻo ia iā ia me ke kaua weliweli.Every stroke the LORD lays on them with his punishing rod will be to the music of tambourines and harps, as he fights them in battle with the blows of his arm.
ʻIsaia 32:13Ma ka ʻāina o koʻu poʻe kānaka, E ulu mai nō ke kākalaioa, a me ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi, Ma luna hoʻi o nā hale ʻoliʻoli a pau, I loko o ke kūlanakauhale e ʻoliʻoli ana.and for the land of my people, a land overgrown with thorns and briers-- yes, mourn for all houses of merriment and for this city of revelry.
ʻIsaia 32:15A ninini ʻia ka ʻUhane mai luna mai ma luna o kākou, A lilo ka wao nahele i mahina ʻai hua nui, A manaʻo ʻia hoʻi ka mahina ʻai hua nui, he ulu lāʻau.till the Spirit is poured upon us from on high, and the desert becomes a fertile field, and the fertile field seems like a forest.
ʻIsaia 32:19Akā, e hāʻule mai nō ka huahekili, I ke kua ʻia i lalo o ka ulu lāʻau; A i kahi haʻahaʻa e hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻia ai ke kūlanakauhale.Though hail flattens the forest and the city is leveled completely,
ʻIsaia 34:4E hoʻokiʻi loa aku nō nā mea a pau o ka lani, A e ʻōwili pū ʻia nā lani me he pepa lā; E hāʻule nō ko laila mau mea a pau i lalo, E like me ka hāʻule ʻana o ka lau o ke kumu waina, E like hoʻi me ka hāʻule ʻana o ka hua mimino o ka lāʻau fiku.All the stars of the heavens will be dissolved and the sky rolled up like a scroll; all the starry host will fall like withered leaves from the vine, like shriveled figs from the fig tree.
ʻIsaia 34:13E ulu nō ke kākalaioa ma loko o kona mau hale aliʻi; ʻO ka nahele maneʻo, a me ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi ma kona mau pā kaua, A e lilo nō ia i wahi no ua ʻīlio hihiu, I wahi noho hoʻi no nā iana.Thorns will overrun her citadels, nettles and brambles her strongholds. She will become a haunt for jackals, a home for owls.
ʻIsaia 36:16Mai hoʻolohe i ka Hezekia; no ka mea, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ke aliʻi o ʻAsuria penei, E hana ʻoukou me aʻu i kuʻikahi, a e puka mai i waho i oʻu nei; a e ʻai kēlā mea kēia mea o ʻoukou i ko kona kumu waina, a i ko kona lāʻau fiku, a e inu hoʻi kēlā mea, kēia mea o ʻoukou i ka wai o kona luawai iho;"Do not listen to Hezekiah. This is what the king of Assyria says: Make peace with me and come out to me. Then every one of you will eat from his own vine and fig tree and drink water from his own cistern,
ʻIsaia 37:19A ua kiola aku nō i ko lākou akua i loko o ke ahi, no ka mea, he mau akua ʻole lākou, he hana na nā lima o kānaka, he lāʻau, a he pōhaku; no laila lākou i luku aku ai ia mau mea.They have thrown their gods into the fire and destroyed them, for they were not gods but only wood and stone, fashioned by human hands.
ʻIsaia 37:24Ua hoʻowahāwahā ʻoe i ka Haku ma kāu mau kauā, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, No ka lehulehu o nā kaʻa kaua oʻu, Ua piʻi aku nō wau i kahi kiʻekiʻe o nā mauna, I nā ʻaoʻao hoʻi o Lebanona; E kua aku nō wau i ko laila mau lāʻau kedera kiʻekiʻe, A me ko laila mau lāʻau kaʻa maikaʻi; A e komo aku nō wau i kona wahi kiʻekiʻe, A i ka wēlau o kahi nāhelehele o kona mahina ʻai.By your messengers you have heaped insults on the Lord. And you have said, 'With my many chariots I have ascended the heights of the mountains, the utmost heights of Lebanon. I have cut down its tallest cedars, the choicest of its pines. I have reached its remotest heights, the finest of its forests.
ʻIsaia 40:20A ʻo ka mea loaʻa ʻole ka mōhai no ka hune, Wae nō ʻo ia i wahi lāʻau popo ʻole; A ʻimi akula i kahuna akamai i ka hana, Nāna e hoʻomākaukau i akua kiʻi kālai ʻia nāueue ʻole.A man too poor to present such an offering selects wood that will not rot. He looks for a skilled craftsman to set up an idol that will not topple.
ʻIsaia 41:19Ma ka wao nahele, e hāʻawi nō au i ka lāʻau kedera, I ka lāʻau sitima hoʻi, a me ka hadasa, a me ka ʻoliva; A naʻu nō e kanu, ma ka wao akua, i lāʻau kaʻa, I tidara nō hoʻi, a me ke teasura:I will put in the desert the cedar and the acacia, the myrtle and the olive. I will set pines in the wasteland, the fir and the cypress together,
ʻIsaia 44:14Kua nō ʻo ia i lalo i nā lāʻau kedera nona, A lālau nō ʻo ia i ke tireza, a me ka ʻoka, A lawe ihola nona iho, no loko mai o nā lāʻau o ka ulu lāʻau; Kanu nō ʻo ia i ka paina, a na ka ua nō e hoʻoulu.He cut down cedars, or perhaps took a cypress or oak. He let it grow among the trees of the forest, or planted a pine, and the rain made it grow.
ʻIsaia 44:19ʻAʻole ia i noʻonoʻo ma kona naʻau, ʻAʻohe hoʻi ona ʻike, a me ka naʻauao e ʻōlelo ai, Ua puhi au i kauwahi ma loko o ke ahi; ʻO ia nō, ua pūlehu au i ka palaoa ma nā lānahu ona, Ua ʻōhinu au i ka ʻiʻo, a ua ʻai iho; A e hoʻolilo anei au i ke koena o ia mea, i mea hoʻopailua? A e kūlou anei au i ka paukū lāʻau?No one stops to think, no one has the knowledge or understanding to say, "Half of it I used for fuel; I even baked bread over its coals, I roasted meat and I ate. Shall I make a detestable thing from what is left? Shall I bow down to a block of wood?"
ʻIsaia 44:23E ʻoli ʻoukou, e nā lani, no ka mea, na Iēhova i hana; E hauʻoli hoʻi ʻoukou, e nā wahi haʻahaʻa o ka honua, E hoʻokani i ke ʻoli, e nā mauna, E ka ulu lāʻau, a me nā lāʻau a pau ma loko; No ka mea, ua hoʻōla pānaʻi ʻo Iēhova i ka Iakoba, Ua hoʻonani hoʻi iā ia iho ma o ka ʻIseraʻela lā.Sing for joy, O heavens, for the LORD has done this; shout aloud, O earth beneath. Burst into song, you mountains, you forests and all your trees, for the LORD has redeemed Jacob, he displays his glory in Israel.
ʻIsaia 45:20E hoʻākoakoa ʻoukou, a hele mai, E hōʻuluʻulu pū ʻoukou, e ka poʻe i pakele o nā ʻāina. He poʻe ʻike ʻole ka poʻe kūkulu i ka lāʻau o ko lākou akua kālai ʻia, A pule aku i ke akua hiki ʻole ke hoʻōla."Gather together and come; assemble, you fugitives from the nations. Ignorant are those who carry about idols of wood, who pray to gods that cannot save.
ʻIsaia 55:12No ka mea, e puka aku auaneʻi ʻoukou me ka ʻoliʻoli, A e alakaʻi ʻia aku ʻoukou me ka malu: E hoʻokani i ke ʻoli nā kuahiwi, a me nā mauna i mua o ʻoukou, A e paʻipaʻi lima hoʻi nā lāʻau a pau o ke kula.You will go out in joy and be led forth in peace; the mountains and hills will burst into song before you, and all the trees of the field will clap their hands.
ʻIsaia 55:13Ma kahi o ke kākalaioa e ulu mai auaneʻi ka lāʻau kaʻa, A ma kahi o ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi, ka hadasa hoʻi; A e lilo ia i mea kaulana no Iēhova, I ʻōuli mau loa nō hoʻi e hōʻoki ʻole ʻia ai.Instead of the thornbush will grow the pine tree, and instead of briers the myrtle will grow. This will be for the LORD's renown, for an everlasting sign, which will not be destroyed."
ʻIsaia 56:3Mai ʻōlelo naʻe ke keiki a ka malihini, Ka mea i hoʻopili iā ia iho iā Iēhova, me ka ʻī iho, Ua hoʻokaʻawale loa ʻo Iēhova iaʻu mai kona poʻe kānaka aku: Mai ʻōlelo hoʻi ka mea i poʻa ʻia, Aia hoʻi! He lāʻau maloʻo nō wau.Let no foreigner who has bound himself to the LORD say, "The LORD will surely exclude me from his people." And let not any eunuch complain, "I am only a dry tree."
ʻIsaia 56:9E nā holoholona a pau o ke kula, e hele mai ʻoukou e ʻai; ʻO nā holoholona hoʻi a pau o ka ulu lāʻau.Come, all you beasts of the field, come and devour, all you beasts of the forest!
ʻIsaia 57:5A ua wela hoʻi i nā akua kiʻi ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau, A ua luku aku hoʻi i nā keiki ma nā awāwa, A ma lalo hoʻi ma nā ana o nā pōhaku?You burn with lust among the oaks and under every spreading tree; you sacrifice your children in the ravines and under the overhanging crags.
ʻIsaia 60:13E hele mai nō i ou lā ka nani o Lebanona, ʻO ka lāʻau kaʻa, ʻo ka tidara, a me ka tiasura pū, E hoʻonani ai i kahi o koʻu keʻena kapu, A e hoʻohanohano wau i kahi o kou mau wāwae."The glory of Lebanon will come to you, the pine, the fir and the cypress together, to adorn the place of my sanctuary; and I will glorify the place of my feet.
ʻIsaia 60:17No ke keleawe, e lawe mai au i ke gula, A no ka hao, e lawe mai au i ke kālā, A no ka lāʻau, he keleawe, a no nā pōhaku, he hao; E hoʻolilo nō hoʻi au i kou poʻe kiaʻi, i poʻe hoʻomalu, A me kou poʻe luna, i poʻe hoʻopono.Instead of bronze I will bring you gold, and silver in place of iron. Instead of wood I will bring you bronze, and iron in place of stones. I will make peace your governor and righteousness your ruler.
ʻIsaia 64:2E like me ke ahi i hoʻā i ka lāʻau liʻiliʻi, A me ke ahi i hoʻolapalapa ai i ka wai, I mea e hoʻokaulana ai i kou inoa i waena o kou poʻe ʻenemi, I haʻalulu hoʻi nā lāhui kanaka i mua o kou alo!As when fire sets twigs ablaze and causes water to boil, come down to make your name known to your enemies and cause the nations to quake before you!
ʻIsaia 65:22ʻAʻole lākou e kūkulu, a na haʻi e noho, ʻAʻole lākou e kanu, a na haʻi e ʻai; No ka mea, e like me nā lā o ka lāʻau, Pēlā nō nā lā o koʻu poʻe kānaka, A e noho nō koʻu poʻe i wae ʻia ma ka hana a ko lākou lima.No longer will they build houses and others live in them, or plant and others eat. For as the days of a tree, so will be the days of my people; my chosen ones will long enjoy the works of their hands.
Ier 1:11A hiki mai ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova iaʻu, ʻī maila, E Ieremia, he aha kāu e ʻike nei? ʻĪ akula au, ke ʻike nei au i koʻokoʻo o ka lāʻau ʻalamona.The word of the LORD came to me: "What do you see, Jeremiah?" "I see the branch of an almond tree," I replied.
Ier 2:20No ka mea, mai kahiko loa mai, ua uhaki au i kou ʻauamo, a ua moku hoʻi iaʻu kou mau kaula i paʻa ai; a ʻōlelo ihola ʻoe, ʻAʻole au e noho i kauā, ʻoiai, ua kūlou ʻoe ma luna o nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe a pau, a ma lalo hoʻi o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau, a ua moekolohe hoʻi ʻoe."Long ago you broke off your yoke and tore off your bonds; you said, 'I will not serve you!' Indeed, on every high hill and under every spreading tree you lay down as a prostitute.
Ier 2:27E ʻōlelo ana hoʻi i ka lāʻau, ʻO ʻoe koʻu makua kāne; a i ka pōhaku hoʻi, Nāu nō wau i hānau: a ua huli lākou i ke kua iaʻu, ʻaʻole i ka maka. Akā, i ka manawa o ko lākou pōʻino, e ʻōlelo mai nō lākou, E ala, e hoʻōla mai ʻoe iā mākou.They say to wood, 'You are my father,' and to stone, 'You gave me birth.' They have turned their backs to me and not their faces; yet when they are in trouble, they say, 'Come and save us!'
Ier 3:6ʻŌlelo mai nō hoʻi ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, i nā lā iā Iosia, i ke aliʻi, Ua ʻike anei ʻoe i ka mea a ka ʻIseraʻela hoʻi hope i hana ai? Ua hele nō ʻo ia ma luna o nā mauna kiʻekiʻe a pau, a ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau, a ma laila i moekolohe ai.During the reign of King Josiah, the LORD said to me, "Have you seen what faithless Israel has done? She has gone up on every high hill and under every spreading tree and has committed adultery there.
Ier 3:9A no ke kaulana o kona moekolohe ʻana, hoʻohaumia ihola ʻo ia i ka ʻāina, a moekolohe nō me ka pōhaku, a me ka lāʻau.Because Israel's immorality mattered so little to her, she defiled the land and committed adultery with stone and wood.
Ier 3:13E haʻi wale mai hoʻi ʻoe i kou hewa, i kāu hana hewa ʻana iā Iēhova i kou Akua, a ua lūlū aku ʻoe i kou mau ʻaoʻao i nā malihini, ma lalo o nā lāʻau uliuli a pau, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoukou i hoʻolohe i koʻu leo, wahi a Iēhova.Only acknowledge your guilt-- you have rebelled against the LORD your God, you have scattered your favors to foreign gods under every spreading tree, and have not obeyed me,' " declares the LORD.
Ier 4:7Ua piʻi mai ka liona, mai kona ulu lāʻau mai; ke hele maila hoʻi ka mea luku i nā ʻāina; ua puka aku ʻo ia, mai kona wahi aku e hoʻolilo i kou ʻāina i neoneo; a e ʻānai ʻia kou mau kūlanakauhale, ʻaʻohe mea koe e noho ana.A lion has come out of his lair; a destroyer of nations has set out. He has left his place to lay waste your land. Your towns will lie in ruins without inhabitant.
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 5:6No laila, na ka liona mai ka ulu lāʻau mai e luku iā lākou, a na ka ʻīlio hae o ke ahiahi e ʻānai iā lākou; a na ka leopadi e kiaʻi i ko lākou mau kūlanakauhale: ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea o lākou e puka aku i waho, e haehae ʻia nō; no ka mea, ua nui loa kā lākou hana hewa ʻana, a ua hoʻomāhuahua ʻia ko lākou hoʻi hope ʻana.Therefore a lion from the forest will attack them, a wolf from the desert will ravage them, a leopard will lie in wait near their towns to tear to pieces any who venture out, for their rebellion is great and their backslidings many.
Ier 5:17A e ʻai nō lākou i kāu ʻai, a me kāu palaoa i hōʻiliʻili ʻia i mea na kāu poʻe keiki kāne, a na kāu poʻe kaikamāhine e ʻai ai: e ʻai nō lākou i kāu poʻe hipa, a me kāu poʻe bipi; e ʻai nō lākou i kou mau kumu waina, a me kou lāʻau fiku; e ʻānai aku nō lākou ma ka pahi kaua, i kou mau kūlanakauhale i paʻa i ka pā, i nā mea āu i hilinaʻi ai.They will devour your harvests and food, devour your sons and daughters; they will devour your flocks and herds, devour your vines and fig trees. With the sword they will destroy the fortified cities in which you trust.
Ier 6:6No ka mea, ua ʻōlelo mai ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua penei, E kua ʻoukou i lalo i mau lāʻau, a e hana hoʻi i puʻu kūʻē iā Ierusalema; ʻo ia ke kūlanakauhale e hoʻopaʻi ʻia ai; ʻo ka hoʻoluhi wale nō ko loko ona.This is what the LORD Almighty says: "Cut down the trees and build siege ramps against Jerusalem. This city must be punished; it is filled with oppression.
Ier 7:20No laila, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova ke Akua penei, Aia hoʻi, e ninini ʻia aku nō koʻu huhū, a me koʻu ukiuki ma luna o kēia wahi, ma luna o ke kanaka, a ma luna o ka holoholona, a ma luna o nā lāʻau o ke kula, a ma luna o ka hua o ka lepo; a e ʻā nō ia, ʻaʻole ia e hoʻopio ʻia." 'Therefore this is what the Sovereign LORD says: My anger and my wrath will be poured out on this place, on man and beast, on the trees of the field and on the fruit of the ground, and it will burn and not be quenched.
Ier 8:13ʻOiaʻiʻo, e hoʻopau nō au iā lākou, wahi a Iēhova; ʻaʻole e loaʻa nā hua ma ko lākou kumu waina, ʻaʻole hoʻi he fiku ma ka lāʻau fiku, a e mae wale ka lau; a e lilo ia mau mea na ka poʻe hele mai ma luna o lākou." 'I will take away their harvest, declares the LORD. There will be no grapes on the vine. There will be no figs on the tree, and their leaves will wither. What I have given them will be taken from them. ' "
Ier 10:3No ka mea, ʻo nā ʻaoʻao o nā kānaka, he lapuwale ia; no ka mea, kua nō kekahi i ka lāʻau ma ka ulu lāʻau me ke koʻi lipi, ʻo ka hana hoʻi a ka paʻahana.For the customs of the peoples are worthless; they cut a tree out of the forest, and a craftsman shapes it with his chisel.
Ier 10:5Kū pono nō lākou, e like me ka lāʻau pāma, ʻaʻole naʻe i ʻōlelo; he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, ua kaʻikaʻi ʻia lākou, no ka mea, ʻaʻole hiki iā lākou ke hele. Mai makaʻu iā lākou, no ka mea, ʻaʻole hiki iā lākou ke hana mai i ka hewa, ʻaʻole hoʻi i loko o lākou ke hana i ka maikaʻi.Like a scarecrow in a melon patch, their idols cannot speak; they must be carried because they cannot walk. Do not fear them; they can do no harm nor can they do any good."
Ier 10:8Ua like ʻiʻo nō lākou me nā holoholona, ua lapuwale hoʻi; ʻo ka naʻauao o ka poʻe lapuwale, he paukū lāʻau ia.They are all senseless and foolish; they are taught by worthless wooden idols.
Ier 11:16Kapa akula ʻo Iēhova i kou inoa, He lāʻau ʻoliva uliuli, maikaʻi, a maikaʻi ka hua; me ka leo o ka walaʻau nui, ua hoʻā ʻo ia i ke ahi ma luna ona, a ua uhaʻi ʻia nā lālā ona.The LORD called you a thriving olive tree with fruit beautiful in form. But with the roar of a mighty storm he will set it on fire, and its branches will be broken.
Ier 11:19Akā, ua like nō wau me ke keiki hipa, me ka bipi hoʻi i lawe ʻia mai no ke kālua ʻia. ʻAʻole au i ʻike, ua ʻimi manaʻo hewa mai lākou iaʻu, e ʻī ana, E hōʻoki kākou ia lāʻau, a me kona hua, a e uhuki iā ia, mai ka ʻāina aku o ka poʻe e ola ana, i ʻole e manaʻo hou ʻia ai kona inoa.I had been like a gentle lamb led to the slaughter; I did not realize that they had plotted against me, saying, "Let us destroy the tree and its fruit; let us cut him off from the land of the living, that his name be remembered no more."
Ier 12:8Ua like koʻu ʻāina hoʻoili iaʻu me ka liona i loko o ka ulu lāʻau. Uwō kūʻē mai ʻo ia iaʻu. No laila i ukiuki aku ai au iā ia.My inheritance has become to me like a lion in the forest. She roars at me; therefore I hate her.
Ier 17:2I ka hoʻomanaʻo ʻana o kā lākou keiki i ko lākou kuahu, a me ko lākou ulu lāʻau ma nā lāʻau uliuli ma luna o nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe.Even their children remember their altars and Asherah poles beside the spreading trees and on the high hills.
Ier 17:8E like auaneʻi ia me ka lāʻau i kanu ʻia ma nā wai, a kupu aʻela kona mau aʻa ma kahi maʻū; ʻaʻole hoʻi ia e ʻike i ka hiki ʻana mai o ka wela; akā, e uliuli nō kona lau; a i ka makahiki wī, ʻaʻole ia e makaʻu, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻōki ʻo ia i ka hoʻohua ʻana mai i ka hua.He will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruit."
Ier 20:2A laila, hahau ʻo Pasehura iā Ieremia, ke kāula, a hahao ihola iā ia i loko o kahi paʻa o nā lāʻau kūpeʻe, ma ka puka pā kiʻekiʻe o Beniamina, ʻo ka mea kokoke i ka hale o Iēhova.he had Jeremiah the prophet beaten and put in the stocks at the Upper Gate of Benjamin at the LORD's temple.
Ier 20:3A ia lā iho, lawe mai ʻo Pasehura iā Ieremia ma waho o kahi paʻa o nā lāʻau kūpeʻe. A laila, ʻōlelo aʻela ʻo Ieremia iā ia, ʻAʻole i kapa mai ʻo Iēhova i kou inoa, ʻo Pasehura, akā, ʻo Magoramisabiba.The next day, when Pashhur released him from the stocks, Jeremiah said to him, "The LORD's name for you is not Pashhur, but Magor-Missabib.
Ier 21:14Akā, e hoʻopaʻi aku au iā ʻoukou, e like me ka hua o kā ʻoukou hana ʻana, wahi a Iēhova; a e puhi nō wau i ke ahi i loko o ko laila ulu lāʻau, a e hoʻopau nō ia i nā mea a pau, a puni ia wahi.I will punish you as your deeds deserve, declares the LORD. I will kindle a fire in your forests that will consume everything around you.' "
Ier 22:14Ka mea i ʻōlelo, E hana nō wau i hale ākea noʻu, me nā keʻena nui ma luna; a kālai hoʻi i mau puka makani nona; a ua kāpili ʻia i ka lāʻau kedera, a ua pena ʻia i ka ʻulaʻula.He says, 'I will build myself a great palace with spacious upper rooms.' So he makes large windows in it, panels it with cedar and decorates it in red.
Ier 22:23E ka mea noho ma Lebanona, ka mea hana i kou pūnana ma loko o nā lāʻau kedera; pehea lā ʻoe e aloha ʻia mai ai i ka wā e hiki mai ai kou ʻeha, ʻo ke kuakoko hoʻi, e like me ko ka wahine hānau keiki?You who live in 'Lebanon,' who are nestled in cedar buildings, how you will groan when pangs come upon you, pain like that of a woman in labor!
Ier 23:15No laila, penei ka ʻōlelo ʻana mai a Iēhova o nā kaua, no nā kāula; Aia hoʻi, e hānai aku au iā lākou i ka lāʻau ʻawaʻawa, a e hoʻohāinu aku au iā lākou i ka wai o ke au; no ka mea, mai nā kāula o Ierusalema aku i hele aku ai ka ʻaiā, a i ka ʻāina a pau.Therefore, this is what the LORD Almighty says concerning the prophets: "I will make them eat bitter food and drink poisoned water, because from the prophets of Jerusalem ungodliness has spread throughout the land."
Ier 26:18I nā lā o Hezekia, ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, ʻo Mika, no Moraseta, wānana maila ia, a ʻōlelo maila i nā kānaka a pau o ka Iuda, ʻī maila, Ke ʻī mai nei ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua penei; E mahi ʻia nō ʻo Ziona me he mahina ʻai lā, a e lilo nō ʻo Ierusalema i mau puʻu, a ʻo ka mauna hoʻi o ka hale, e like me nā wahi kiʻekiʻe o ka ulu lāʻau."Micah of Moresheth prophesied in the days of Hezekiah king of Judah. He told all the people of Judah, 'This is what the LORD Almighty says: " 'Zion will be plowed like a field, Jerusalem will become a heap of rubble, the temple hill a mound overgrown with thickets.'
Ier 28:13Ō hele, e haʻi aku iā Hanania, e ʻī aku, Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova penei; Ua uhaʻi ʻoe i nā ʻauamo lāʻau, akā, e hana nō ʻoe i nā ʻauamo hao ma ko lākou hakahaka."Go and tell Hananiah, 'This is what the LORD says: You have broken a wooden yoke, but in its place you will get a yoke of iron.
Ier 29:26Ua hoʻolilo ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe i kahuna, ma ka hakahaka o Iehoiada, ke kahuna, i mea e noho luna ai ʻoukou ma loko o ka hale o Iēhova, no kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka hewahewa, a hoʻolilo iā ia iho i kāula, i mea e hahao aku ai ʻoe iā ia i loko o ka hale paʻahao, a i loko o nā lāʻau kūpeʻe:'The LORD has appointed you priest in place of Jehoiada to be in charge of the house of the LORD; you should put any madman who acts like a prophet into the stocks and neck-irons.
Ier 30:13ʻAʻohe mea hoʻoponopono i kou hihia, e wahī ana, ʻaʻole ou lāʻau e ola ai.There is no one to plead your cause, no remedy for your sore, no healing for you.
Ier 46:11E piʻi aku ʻoe i Gileada, a e lawe mai ʻoe i nini, e ka wahine puʻupaʻa, ke kaikamahine o ʻAigupita; he makehewa naʻe kou lawe ʻana i ka lāʻau lapaʻau a nui, no ka mea, ʻaʻole loaʻa iā ʻoe ke ola."Go up to Gilead and get balm, O Virgin Daughter of Egypt. But you multiply remedies in vain; there is no healing for you.
Ier 46:22E lohe ʻia ka leo ona me ko ka nahesa lā; no ka mea, e hele mai nō lākou me ka poʻe kaua, a e hele kūʻē iā ia me nā lipi, e like me ka poʻe kua lāʻau.Egypt will hiss like a fleeing serpent as the enemy advances in force; they will come against her with axes, like men who cut down trees.
Ier 46:23E kua lākou i kona ulu lāʻau i lalo, wahi a Iēhova, inā nō e hiki ʻole ke nānā iā ia a pau; no ka mea, ua ʻoi aku ko lākou lehulehu i ko nā ʻūhini, hiki ʻole ke helu ʻia aku.They will chop down her forest," declares the LORD, "dense though it be. They are more numerous than locusts, they cannot be counted.
Ier 48:17E uē ʻoukou iā ia, e ka poʻe a pau e hoʻopuni ana iā ia; E ʻōlelo ʻoukou, e ka poʻe a pau i ʻike i kona inoa, Nani ka uhaʻi ʻana o ke koʻokoʻo ikaika, a me ka lāʻau maikaʻi!Mourn for her, all who live around her, all who know her fame; say, 'How broken is the mighty scepter, how broken the glorious staff !'
Kan 3:1ʻO wau nō ke kanaka i ʻike i ka pōpilikia, Ma lalo o ka lāʻau o kona ukiuki.I am the man who has seen affliction by the rod of his wrath.
Kan 3:15Ua hoʻomāʻona mai ʻo ia iaʻu i nā mea ʻawaʻawa, Ua hoʻoʻona mai ʻo ia iaʻu i ka lāʻau ʻawahia.He has filled me with bitter herbs and sated me with gall.
Kan 3:19E manaʻo ana hoʻi au i koʻu pōpilikia a me koʻu ʻeha, I ka lāʻau ʻawaʻawa, a me ka lāʻau make.I remember my affliction and my wandering, the bitterness and the gall.
Kan 4:8Ua ʻoi aku ka ʻeleʻele o ko lākou helehelena i ko ka pouli, ʻAʻole lākou i ʻike ʻia ma nā alanui; Ua pipili ko lākou ʻili i ko lākou mau iwi, Ua maloʻo, ua like hoʻi me ka lāʻau.But now they are blacker than soot; they are not recognized in the streets. Their skin has shriveled on their bones; it has become as dry as a stick.
Kan 5:13Lawe lākou i nā kānaka uʻi, i poʻe wili palaoa, Hīkākā aʻela nā kānaka ʻōpiopio, ma lalo iho o ka lāʻau.Young men toil at the millstones; boys stagger under loads of wood.
ʻEzek 2:6A ʻo ʻoe, e ke keiki a ke kanaka, mai makaʻu aku iā lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kā lākou mau ʻōlelo, inā he mau lāʻau ʻoiʻoi a me ke kākalaioa kekahi me ʻoe, a noho ʻoe i waena o nā moʻo huelo ʻawa, mai noho a weliweli ʻoe i kā lākou mau ʻōlelo, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ko lākou mau helehelena, inā nō he ʻohana kipi lākou.And you, son of man, do not be afraid of them or their words. Do not be afraid, though briers and thorns are all around you and you live among scorpions. Do not be afraid of what they say or terrified by them, though they are a rebellious house.
ʻEzek 6:13A e ʻike nō ʻoukou, ʻo wau nō Iēhova i ka wā e waiho ai ko lākou poʻe i pepehi ʻia i waena o ko lākou mau akua kiʻi a puni kā lākou mau kuahu, ma luna o nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe a pau, a ma nā piko a pau o nā mauna, a ma lalo iho o kēlā lāʻau uliuli kēia lāʻau uliuli, a ma lalo aʻe o nā lāʻau ʻoka paʻapū a pau, kahi i hāʻawi ai lākou i kā lākou mea ʻala ʻono i ko lākou mau akua kiʻi a pau.And they will know that I am the LORD, when their people lie slain among their idols around their altars, on every high hill and on all the mountaintops, under every spreading tree and every leafy oak--places where they offered fragrant incense to all their idols.
ʻEzek 15:2E ke keiki a ke kanaka, he aha ka ʻoi o ke kumu waina ma mua o ke kumu lāʻau ʻē aʻe, a ma mua o ka lālā lāʻau i waena o nā lāʻau o ka ulu lāʻau?"Son of man, how is the wood of a vine better than that of a branch on any of the trees in the forest?
ʻEzek 15:3E lawe ʻia anei kauwahi lāʻau ona e hana ai i kekahi hana? E lālau anei kānaka i kahi kui no loko o ia mea e kau aku i kekahi ipu ma laila?Is wood ever taken from it to make anything useful? Do they make pegs from it to hang things on?
ʻEzek 15:6No laila ke ʻōlelo nei Iēhova ka Haku penei; E like me ke kumu waina i waena o nā kumu lāʻau o ka ulu lāʻau aʻu i hāʻawi ai i ke ahi i wahie, pēlā e hāʻawi aku ai au i nā kānaka o Ierusalema."Therefore this is what the Sovereign LORD says: As I have given the wood of the vine among the trees of the forest as fuel for the fire, so will I treat the people living in Jerusalem.
ʻEzek 17:3A e ʻōlelo aku hoʻi iā lākou, Ke ʻī mai nei Iēhova ka Haku penei; He ʻaeto nui, me nā ʻēheu nui loa, paʻapū i nā hulu, ʻōniʻoniʻo, hele mai ia i Lebanona, a lawe ʻo ia i ka lālā kiʻekiʻe loa o ka lāʻau kedera.Say to them, 'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: A great eagle with powerful wings, long feathers and full plumage of varied colors came to Lebanon. Taking hold of the top of a cedar,
ʻEzek 17:5Lawe hoʻi ʻo ia i hua o ka ʻāina, a kanu hoʻi ma ka māla hua nui; waiho ihola ʻo ia ia ma ka pili wai nui, hoʻonoho ihola ia me he lāʻau wīlou lā." 'He took some of the seed of your land and put it in fertile soil. He planted it like a willow by abundant water,
ʻEzek 17:22Ke ʻī mai nei ʻo Iēhova ka Haku penei; ʻO wau nō kekahi e lawe i ko ka lālā kiʻekiʻe loa o ka lāʻau kedera kiʻekiʻe, a e hoʻonoho iho au ia mea; e ʻako hoʻi au mai luna mai o kona mau lālā ʻōpiopio i kekahi mea palupalu, a e kanu au ia mea ma luna o ka mauna kiʻekiʻe i hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻia." 'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: I myself will take a shoot from the very top of a cedar and plant it; I will break off a tender sprig from its topmost shoots and plant it on a high and lofty mountain.
ʻEzek 17:24A e ʻike nā lāʻau a pau o ka ʻāina, naʻu na Iēhova i hoʻohaʻahaʻa i ka lāʻau kiʻekiʻe, a i hoʻokiʻekiʻe hoʻi i ka lāʻau haʻahaʻa, a i hoʻomaloʻo i ka lāʻau uliuli, a i hoʻoulu aʻe i ka lāʻau maloʻo: naʻu na Iēhova i ʻōlelo, a i hana aku hoʻi.All the trees of the field will know that I the LORD bring down the tall tree and make the low tree grow tall. I dry up the green tree and make the dry tree flourish. " 'I the LORD have spoken, and I will do it.' "
ʻEzek 20:28I koʻu lawe ʻana mai iā lākou i ka ʻāina, nona i hāpai ai au i kuʻu lima e hāʻawi aku au ia no lākou, a ʻike lākou i nā puʻu kiʻekiʻe a pau, a me nā lāʻau paʻapū a pau, a laila kaumaha aʻela lākou i kā lākou mau mōhai ma laila; a hāʻawi lākou i laila i ka hoʻonāukiuki ʻana o kā lākou ʻālana: i laila hoʻi i hana aku ai lākou i ko lākou mea ʻala, a i ninini aku ai i kā lākou mau mōhai inu.When I brought them into the land I had sworn to give them and they saw any high hill or any leafy tree, there they offered their sacrifices, made offerings that provoked me to anger, presented their fragrant incense and poured out their drink offerings.
ʻEzek 20:32A ʻo ka mea i kupu i loko o ko ʻoukou naʻau, ʻaʻole loa ia, i kā ʻoukou ʻōlelo ʻana, E like kākou me nā lāhui kanaka, e like me nā ʻohana o nā ʻāina i ka hoʻomana i ka lāʻau a me ka pōhaku." 'You say, "We want to be like the nations, like the peoples of the world, who serve wood and stone." But what you have in mind will never happen.
ʻEzek 20:46E ke keiki a ke kanaka, e hoʻokū pono ʻoe i kou wahi maka i ke kūkulu hema, a e hoʻolei aku i kāu ʻōlelo ma ka ʻaoʻao hema e wānana kūʻē ʻoe i ka ulu lāʻau o ka ʻāina hema:"Son of man, set your face toward the south; preach against the south and prophesy against the forest of the southland.
ʻEzek 20:47A e ʻōlelo aku i ka ulu lāʻau o ke kūkulu hema, E hoʻolohe i ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova, no ka mea, ke ʻōlelo mai nei Iēhova ka Haku, penei; Aia hoʻi, e kukuni au i ke ahi i loko ou, a e hoʻopau aʻe ia i nā lāʻau maka a pau i loko ou, a me nā lāʻau maloʻo a pau; a ʻo ka lapalapa e lapalapa ana ʻaʻole loa ia e kinai ʻia, a e wela i laila nā wahi maka a pau mai ke kūkulu hema a ke kūkulu ʻākau.Say to the southern forest: 'Hear the word of the LORD. This is what the Sovereign LORD says: I am about to set fire to you, and it will consume all your trees, both green and dry. The blazing flame will not be quenched, and every face from south to north will be scorched by it.
ʻEzek 21:10Ua hoʻokala ʻia i luku nui aku ia; a ua hoʻohuali ʻia ia e ʻōlinolino ia: he pono nō anei iā kākou ke hana leʻaleʻa? Ua hoʻowahāwahā nō ke koʻokoʻo o kaʻu keiki i nā kumu lāʻau a pau.sharpened for the slaughter, polished to flash like lightning! " 'Shall we rejoice in the scepter of my son ? The sword despises every such stick.
ʻEzek 26:12A e hao aku lākou i kou waiwai nui, a e kāʻili aku hoʻi i kou waiwai kālepa; a e wāwahi iho lākou i kou mau pā i lalo, a e hoʻokai hoʻi i kou mau hale makemake ʻia; a e waiho iho lākou i kou lāʻau, a me kou mau pōhaku, a me kou lepo i waenakonu o ka wai.They will plunder your wealth and loot your merchandise; they will break down your walls and demolish your fine houses and throw your stones, timber and rubble into the sea.
ʻEzek 27:5Ua hana lākou i kou mau papa moku no nā lāʻau kaʻa o Senira; a mai Lebanona mai i lawe mai ai lākou i nā kedera e hana i mau kia nou.They made all your timbers of pine trees from Senir; they took a cedar from Lebanon to make a mast for you.
ʻEzek 27:24ʻO lākou kou mau hoa kālepa ma nā mea maikaʻi, nā kapa uliuli, a me ka mea hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia, a me nā kapa komo ʻānoninoni i paʻa i nā kaula, a me ka lāʻau kedera i waena o kāu waiwai kālepa.In your marketplace they traded with you beautiful garments, blue fabric, embroidered work and multicolored rugs with cords twisted and tightly knotted.
ʻEzek 31:3Aia hoʻi, ʻo ka ʻAsuria, he lāʻau kedera no Lebanona ia, he nani kona mau lālā, he ulu lāʻau malumalu, he kino kiʻekiʻe; aia hoʻi kona wēlau i waena o nā lālā paʻapū.Consider Assyria, once a cedar in Lebanon, with beautiful branches overshadowing the forest; it towered on high, its top above the thick foliage.
ʻEzek 31:4Na nā wai i hoʻonui iā ia, ua hoʻokiʻekiʻe ka hohonu iā ia me kona mau waikahe e kahe ana a puni kona wahi i kanu ʻia ai, a ua hoʻopuka aʻe i kona mau kahawai liʻiliʻi i nā kumu lāʻau a pau.The waters nourished it, deep springs made it grow tall; their streams flowed all around its base and sent their channels to all the trees of the field.
ʻEzek 31:5No laila i hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻia ai kona kiʻekiʻe, ma luna o nā lāʻau a pau o ke kula, a ua hoʻonui ʻia kona mau lālā, a loloa aʻela kona mau lālā no ka nui o kona mau wai, i kona kupu ʻana aʻe.So it towered higher than all the trees of the field; its boughs increased and its branches grew long, spreading because of abundant waters.
ʻEzek 31:8ʻAʻole i hiki i ke kedera i loko o ka māla a ke Akua, ke hoʻonalo iā ia; ʻaʻole like ka lāʻau hūkaʻa me kona mau lālā, ʻaʻole like ka lāʻau pelatano me kona mau lālā; ʻaʻole lāʻau i loko o ka māla a ke Akua i like me ia i kona nani.The cedars in the garden of God could not rival it, nor could the pine trees equal its boughs, nor could the plane trees compare with its branches-- no tree in the garden of God could match its beauty.
ʻEzek 31:9Ua hana aku au iā ia i nani no ka nui loa o kona mau lālā, i huāhuā hoʻi nā lāʻau a pau o ʻEdena i loko o ka māla a ke Akua iā ia.I made it beautiful with abundant branches, the envy of all the trees of Eden in the garden of God.
ʻEzek 31:14I mea e hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻole ai kekahi o nā lāʻau a pau ma nā wai, no ko lākou kiʻekiʻe, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻopuka i ko lākou wēlau ma waena o nā lālā paʻapū, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kū i luna ko lākou mau lāʻau i ko lākou kiʻekiʻe, ʻo nā mea a pau e inu ana i ka wai; no ka mea, ua hāʻawi ʻia lākou a pau i ka make i ko lalo mau wahi o ka honua i waena o nā keiki a kānaka, me nā mea e iho ana i ka lua.Therefore no other trees by the waters are ever to tower proudly on high, lifting their tops above the thick foliage. No other trees so well-watered are ever to reach such a height; they are all destined for death, for the earth below, among mortal men, with those who go down to the pit.
ʻEzek 31:15Ke ʻī mai nei Iēhova ka Haku penei; i ka lā i iho ai ia i ka lua kupapaʻu, hana hoʻi au e kanikau; ua uhi au i ka hohonu nona, a ua kāohi au i kona mau muliwai, a ua hoʻopaʻa ʻia nā wai nui; a hana aku au e kanikau ʻo Lebanona nona, a maʻule aʻela nā lāʻau a pau o ke kula nona." 'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: On the day it was brought down to the grave I covered the deep springs with mourning for it; I held back its streams, and its abundant waters were restrained. Because of it I clothed Lebanon with gloom, and all the trees of the field withered away.
ʻEzek 31:16Ua hoʻohaʻalulu au i nā lāhui kanaka i ka halulu ʻana o kona hāʻule ʻana, i kuʻu wā i hoʻolei iho ai au iā ia i ka pō, me ka poʻe e iho ana i ka lua; a e ʻoluʻolu pū nā lāʻau a pau i ko lalo wahi o ka honua, nā lāʻau a pau o ʻEdena, ʻo nā mea i wae ʻia a he maikaʻi ʻo Lebanona, a me nā mea a pau e inu wai ana.I made the nations tremble at the sound of its fall when I brought it down to the grave with those who go down to the pit. Then all the trees of Eden, the choicest and best of Lebanon, all the trees that were well-watered, were consoled in the earth below.
ʻEzek 31:18ʻO wai lā kou mea e like ai i ka nani, a me ka nui i waena o nā lāʻau o ʻEdena? Akā, e hoʻoiho ʻoe i lalo me nā lāʻau o ʻEdena i ko lalo mau wahi o ka honua: a e moe ʻoe i waena o ka poʻe ʻoki poepoe ʻole ʻia me ka poʻe i pepehi ʻia me ka pahi kaua. ʻO ia hoʻi, ʻo Paraʻo a me kona lehulehu a pau, wahi a Iēhova ka Haku." 'Which of the trees of Eden can be compared with you in splendor and majesty? Yet you, too, will be brought down with the trees of Eden to the earth below; you will lie among the uncircumcised, with those killed by the sword. " 'This is Pharaoh and all his hordes, declares the Sovereign LORD.' "
ʻEzek 34:25A e hana au i berita hoʻomalu me lākou, a e hoʻōki aku au i nā holoholona ʻino mai loko aku o ka ʻāina; a e noho maluhia lākou ma ka wao nahele, a e moe hoʻi ma loko o nā ulu lāʻau." 'I will make a covenant of peace with them and rid the land of wild beasts so that they may live in the desert and sleep in the forests in safety.
ʻEzek 34:27A e hoʻohua mai ka lāʻau o ke kula i kona hua, a e hāʻawi mai ka honua i kona mea ulu, a e noho maluhia lākou ma ko lākou ʻāina, a e ʻike hoʻi ʻo wau nō Iēhova, aia moku iaʻu nā kaula o kā lākou ʻauamo, a hoʻopakele aʻe iā lākou mai loko aʻe o ka lima o ka poʻe i hoʻokauā iā lākou na lākou iho.The trees of the field will yield their fruit and the ground will yield its crops; the people will be secure in their land. They will know that I am the LORD, when I break the bars of their yoke and rescue them from the hands of those who enslaved them.
ʻEzek 36:30A laila e hoʻonui au i ka hua o ka lāʻau, a me ka mea ulu o ka mahina ʻai, i ʻole e loaʻa hou iā ʻoukou ka hōʻino ʻia no ka wī i waena o nā lāhui kanaka.I will increase the fruit of the trees and the crops of the field, so that you will no longer suffer disgrace among the nations because of famine.
ʻEzek 37:16A ʻo ʻoe, e ke keiki a ke kanaka, e lawe ʻoe i ka lāʻau nou, a e kākau iho ma luna iho ona, No Iuda, a no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela kona mau hoa; a laila e lawe i kekahi lāʻau, a e kākau iho ma luna ona, No Iosepa, ka lāʻau o ka ʻEperaima, a no ka ʻohana a pau a ʻIseraʻela kona mau hoa."Son of man, take a stick of wood and write on it, 'Belonging to Judah and the Israelites associated with him.' Then take another stick of wood, and write on it, 'Ephraim's stick, belonging to Joseph and all the house of Israel associated with him.'
ʻEzek 37:17A e hoʻokuʻi iā lāua i kekahi i kekahi i lāʻau hoʻokahi; a e lilo lāua i hoʻokahi i loko o kou lima.Join them together into one stick so that they will become one in your hand.
ʻEzek 37:19E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe iā lākou, Ke ʻī mai nei Iēhova ka Haku, penei; Aia hoʻi, e lawe au i ka lāʻau o Iosepa, ka mea i loko o ka lima o ʻEperaima, a me nā ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela kona mau hoa, a e hui aku au iā lākou me ia, me ka lāʻau hoʻi o Iuda, a e hoʻolilo au iā lākou i lāʻau hoʻokahi, a lilo lākou i hoʻokahi i loko o koʻu lima.say to them, 'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: I am going to take the stick of Joseph--which is in Ephraim's hand--and of the Israelite tribes associated with him, and join it to Judah's stick, making them a single stick of wood, and they will become one in my hand.'
ʻEzek 37:20A e waiho nō nā lāʻau āu e kākau ai i loko o kou lima i mua o ko lākou alo.Hold before their eyes the sticks you have written on
ʻEzek 39:10ʻAʻole lākou e lawe mai i wahie mai ke kula mai, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kua ma ka ulu lāʻau, no ka mea, e puhi lākou i nā mea ʻoi me ke ahi; a e kāʻili lākou i kā ka poʻe i kāʻili i kā lākou, a e lawe wale lākou i kā ka poʻe i lawe wale i kā lākou, wahi a Iēhova ka Haku.They will not need to gather wood from the fields or cut it from the forests, because they will use the weapons for fuel. And they will plunder those who plundered them and loot those who looted them, declares the Sovereign LORD.
ʻEzek 40:10ʻEkolu hoʻi keʻena liʻiliʻi o ka puka hikina ma kēia ʻaoʻao, a ʻekolu hoʻi ma kēlā ʻaoʻao; hoʻokahi nō ana ko lākou a ʻekolu: a hoʻokahi nō ana ko nā lāʻau kū ma kēia ʻaoʻao a me kēlā ʻaoʻao.Inside the east gate were three alcoves on each side; the three had the same measurements, and the faces of the projecting walls on each side had the same measurements.
ʻEzek 40:16He mau puka makani paʻa ko nā keʻena liʻiliʻi a me ko nā kia ma loko o ka ʻīpuka a puni, a me kona hoaka; a he mau puka mālamalama ma loko a puni, a he mau lāʻau pāma ma kēlā kia kēia kia.The alcoves and the projecting walls inside the gateway were surmounted by narrow parapet openings all around, as was the portico; the openings all around faced inward. The faces of the projecting walls were decorated with palm trees.
ʻEzek 40:22A ʻo ko lākou mau puka makani, a me ko lākou mau hoaka, a me ko lākou mau lāʻau pāma, ma muli nō ia o ke ana ʻana o ka ʻīpuka i kū pono i ka hikina; a piʻi aʻela i loko ona ma nā ʻanuʻu ʻehiku; a ʻo kona mau hoaka, ma ko lākou alo nō ia.Its openings, its portico and its palm tree decorations had the same measurements as those of the gate facing east. Seven steps led up to it, with its portico opposite them.
ʻEzek 40:26ʻEhiku hoʻi ʻanuʻu e piʻi ai i laila, a ʻo kona mau hoaka, aia ma ko lākou alo ia; he mau lāʻau pāma kona, hoʻokahi ma kēia ʻaoʻao, a hoʻokahi hoʻi ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, ma kona mau kia.Seven steps led up to it, with its portico opposite them; it had palm tree decorations on the faces of the projecting walls on each side.
ʻEzek 40:31A ʻo kona mau hoaka ua kū pono lākou i ka pā hale ma waho; he mau lāʻau pāma ma kona mau kia; a ʻo ka piʻi ʻana aʻe i laila he mau ʻanuʻu ʻewalu.Its portico faced the outer court; palm trees decorated its jambs, and eight steps led up to it.
ʻEzek 40:34ʻO kona mau hoaka ua kū pono lākou i ka pā hale ma waho: he mau lāʻau pāma ma kona mau kia, ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, a ma kēia ʻaoʻao; a ʻo ka piʻi ʻana i laila he mau ʻanuʻu ʻawalu.Its portico faced the outer court; palm trees decorated the jambs on either side, and eight steps led up to it.
ʻEzek 40:37ʻO kona mau kia ua kū pono nō ia i ka pā hale ma waho, a ma nā kia nā lāʻau pāma, ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, a ma kēia ʻaoʻao: a ʻo ka piʻi ʻana aʻe i laila he mau ʻanuʻu ʻewalu.Its portico faced the outer court; palm trees decorated the jambs on either side, and eight steps led up to it.
ʻEzek 41:16lāʻau kū o ka ʻīpuka, a me nā puka makani paʻa, a me nā kia a puni, i ko lākou ʻakolu ana, e kū pono ana i ka paepae, ua uhi ʻia me ka lāʻau a puni, a mai ka honua a hiki i nā puka makani, a ua uhi ʻia nā puka makani;as well as the thresholds and the narrow windows and galleries around the three of them--everything beyond and including the threshold was covered with wood. The floor, the wall up to the windows, and the windows were covered.
ʻEzek 41:18Ua hana ʻia hoʻi ia me nā keruba a me nā lāʻau pāma; a he lāʻau pāma ma waena o kekahi keruba a me kekahi keruba; a ʻelua helehelena hoʻi ko kēlā keruba ko kēia keruba.were carved cherubim and palm trees. Palm trees alternated with cherubim. Each cherub had two faces:
ʻEzek 41:19He helehelena kanaka i kū pono i ka lāʻau pāma ma kekahi ʻaoʻao, a he helehelena liona ʻōpiopio i kū pono i ka lāʻau pāma ma kekahi ʻaoʻao; ua hana ʻia ia ma ka hale a puni.the face of a man toward the palm tree on one side and the face of a lion toward the palm tree on the other. They were carved all around the whole temple.
ʻEzek 41:20Mai ka honua aʻe a hiki i luna o ka ʻīpuka ua hana ʻia nā keruba a me nā lāʻau pāma, a ma ka paia hoʻi o ka luakini.From the floor to the area above the entrance, cherubim and palm trees were carved on the wall of the outer sanctuary.
ʻEzek 41:21ʻO nā lāʻau kū o ka luakini, ua hana huinahā ʻia, ma ke alo o kahi hoʻāno; ua like kekahi me kekahi i ka nānā aku.The outer sanctuary had a rectangular doorframe, and the one at the front of the Most Holy Place was similar.
ʻEzek 41:22ʻO ke kuahu lāʻau, ʻekolu kūbita kona kiʻekiʻe, a ʻo kona loa ʻelua kūbita; a ʻo kona mau kihi, a ʻo kona loa, a ʻo kona mau paia he lāʻau ia: a ʻōlelo maila ʻo ia iaʻu, Eia ka papa i mua o Iēhova.There was a wooden altar three cubits high and two cubits square; its corners, its base and its sides were of wood. The man said to me, "This is the table that is before the LORD."
ʻEzek 41:25Ua hana ʻia hoʻi ma ia mau mea, ma nā pani o ka luakini nā keruba a me nā lāʻau pāma, e like me ka hana ʻia ma nā paia; a he mau papa lāʻau mānoanoa ma ke alo o ka lānai ma waho.And on the doors of the outer sanctuary were carved cherubim and palm trees like those carved on the walls, and there was a wooden overhang on the front of the portico.
ʻEzek 41:26A he mau puka makani paʻa a me nā lāʻau pāma ma kekahi ʻaoʻao, a me kekahi ʻaoʻao, ma nā ʻaoʻao o ka lānai, a me nā keʻena ʻaoʻao o ka hale ma nā papa mānoanoa.On the sidewalls of the portico were narrow windows with palm trees carved on each side. The side rooms of the temple also had overhangs.
ʻEzek 43:8I ko lākou kau ʻana i ko lākou paepae me kuʻu paepae, a i ko lākou mau lāʻau kū me kuʻu mau lāʻau kū, a he pā i waena oʻu a me lākou, ua hoʻohaumia lākou i koʻu inoa hoʻāno, me ko lākou mau mea inaina ʻia a lākou i hana ai: no laila, ua hoʻopau aku au iā lākou i koʻu huhū.When they placed their threshold next to my threshold and their doorposts beside my doorposts, with only a wall between me and them, they defiled my holy name by their detestable practices. So I destroyed them in my anger.
ʻEzek 45:19A e lawe hoʻi ke kahuna i kauwahi o ke koko o ka mōhai lawehala, a e kau aku ma nā lāʻau kū o ka hale, a ma nā kihi ʻehā o ka ʻanuʻu puni o ke kuahu, a ma nā lāʻau kū hoʻi o ka ʻīpuka o ka pā hale ma loko.The priest is to take some of the blood of the sin offering and put it on the doorposts of the temple, on the four corners of the upper ledge of the altar and on the gateposts of the inner court.
ʻEzek 46:2A e komo nō ka mōʻī ma ke ala o ka lānai o ka puka ma waho, a e kū nō ʻo ia ma ka lāʻau kū o ka puka, a e hoʻomākaukau ke kahuna i kāna mōhai kuni, a me kāna mau mōhai hoʻomalu, a e hoʻomana nō ʻo ia ma ka paepae o ka puka: a laila e hele aku nō ia: akā, ʻaʻole e pani ʻē ʻia ka puka a hiki i ke ahiahi.The prince is to enter from the outside through the portico of the gateway and stand by the gatepost. The priests are to sacrifice his burnt offering and his fellowship offerings. He is to worship at the threshold of the gateway and then go out, but the gate will not be shut until evening.
ʻEzek 47:7A i ka wā i hoʻi ai au, aia hoʻi, he nui nā kumu lāʻau ma ke kaʻe o ka muliwai ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, a ma kēia ʻaoʻao.When I arrived there, I saw a great number of trees on each side of the river.
ʻEzek 47:12A ma ka pili o ka muliwai ma kona kaʻe ma kēlā ʻaoʻao, ma kēia ʻaoʻao, e ulu ai nā kumu lāʻau a pau i mea ʻai, ʻaʻole e mae ko lākou lau, ʻaʻole hoʻi e pau kona hua; ma kona mau mahina e hoʻohua mai ia i hua hou, no ka mea, ʻo ko lākou mau wai, ua kahe mai lākou mai kahi hoʻāno mai; a lilo kona hua i ʻai, a ʻo kona lau i lāʻau lapaʻau.Fruit trees of all kinds will grow on both banks of the river. Their leaves will not wither, nor will their fruit fail. Every month they will bear, because the water from the sanctuary flows to them. Their fruit will serve for food and their leaves for healing."
Dan 1:12E hoʻāʻo mai i kāu mau kauā i nā lā he ʻumi, a e hāʻawi mai ʻoe na mākou i nā lāʻau iki ʻai e ʻai, a me ka wai e inu."Please test your servants for ten days: Give us nothing but vegetables to eat and water to drink.
Dan 1:16A laila, lawe akula ke kuene i ua ʻai lā a lākou, a me ka waina i hāʻawi ʻia mai i mea inu, a hāʻawi iā lākou i ka lāʻau iki ʻai wale nō.So the guard took away their choice food and the wine they were to drink and gave them vegetables instead.
Dan 4:10Penei ka liʻa ʻana a koʻu poʻo ma luna o koʻu wahi moe: aia hoʻi, ua ʻike au, he lāʻau i waenakonu o ka honua, a ʻo kona kiʻekiʻe, ua ʻoi nui loa aku ia.These are the visions I saw while lying in my bed: I looked, and there before me stood a tree in the middle of the land. Its height was enormous.
Dan 4:11Ulu aʻela ua lāʻau lā a nui; ʻo kona kiʻekiʻe ua hiki aku ia i ka lani, a ua ʻike hoʻi ia ma nā kihi a pau o ka honua.The tree grew large and strong and its top touched the sky; it was visible to the ends of the earth.
Dan 4:12ʻO nā lau ona ua maikaʻi ia, a he nui nō hoʻi kona hua, aia hoʻi ma loko ona he ʻai na nā mea a pau; ua hoʻomalu ʻia nā holoholona o ke kula ma lalo iho ona, ua kau mai hoʻi nā manu o ka lewa ma luna o kona mau lālā, a ua hānai ʻia nā mea ʻiʻo a pau i ko ua lāʻau lā.Its leaves were beautiful, its fruit abundant, and on it was food for all. Under it the beasts of the field found shelter, and the birds of the air lived in its branches; from it every creature was fed.
Dan 4:14Kāhea maila ʻo ia me ka leo nui, a penei hoʻi kāna ʻōlelo ʻana, E kua aku i ka lāʻau, a e ʻokiʻoki i kona mau lālā, e lūlū aku i kona lau, a e hoʻoheleleʻi hoʻi i kona hua; e haʻalele nā holoholona i kona malu, a me nā manu hoʻi i kona mau lālā.He called in a loud voice: 'Cut down the tree and trim off its branches; strip off its leaves and scatter its fruit. Let the animals flee from under it and the birds from its branches.
Dan 4:20ʻO ka lāʻau āu i ʻike ai, he nui, a he ikaika, ʻo kona kiʻekiʻe i hiki aku i ka lani, a ua ʻike ʻia hoʻi ia e ko ka honua a pau;The tree you saw, which grew large and strong, with its top touching the sky, visible to the whole earth,
Dan 4:23A ʻo kāu ʻike ʻana, e ke aliʻi, i ka mea kiaʻi, he mea hemolele e iho mai ana, mai ka lani mai, e ʻōlelo ana, E kua aku i ka lāʻau, a e hoʻopau iā ia; akā, e waiho i ke kumu o kona aʻa ma ka lepo, me ke apo hao a me ke keleawe, ma waena o nā mea uliuli o ke kula; a e hoʻopulu ʻia i ka hau o ka lani, ʻo kona kuleana aia nō ia me nā holoholona o ke kula, a hala aku nā manawa ʻehiku ma luna iho ona;"You, O king, saw a messenger, a holy one, coming down from heaven and saying, 'Cut down the tree and destroy it, but leave the stump, bound with iron and bronze, in the grass of the field, while its roots remain in the ground. Let him be drenched with the dew of heaven; let him live like the wild animals, until seven times pass by for him.'
Dan 4:26A e like me ka mea i ʻōlelo ʻia, e waiho ʻia ke kumu o nā aʻa o ua lāʻau lā; eiʻa, a ʻike ʻoe no nā lani mai ke aliʻi ʻana, a laila e paʻa ai iā ʻoe kou aupuni.The command to leave the stump of the tree with its roots means that your kingdom will be restored to you when you acknowledge that Heaven rules.
Dan 5:4Inu ihola lākou i ka waina, a hoʻomaikaʻi lākou i nā akua o ke gula, ʻo ke kālā, ʻo ke keleawe, ʻo ka hao, ʻo ka lāʻau, a ʻo ka pōhaku.As they drank the wine, they praised the gods of gold and silver, of bronze, iron, wood and stone.
Dan 5:23Akā, ua hoʻokiʻekiʻe ʻoe iā ʻoe iho ma luna o ke Akua o ka lani; a ua lawe ʻia mai nā kīʻaha o kona hale i mua ou, a ʻo ʻoe a me kou poʻe aliʻi, a me kou mau wāhine, a me nā haiā wahine āu, ua inu ʻoukou i ka waina i loko o laila; a hoʻoleʻa ʻoe i nā akua kālā a me ke gula, a me ke keleawe, a me ka hao, a me ka lāʻau, a me ka pōhaku, nā mea ʻike ʻole, ʻaʻole lohe, ʻaʻole hoʻi i noʻonoʻo; akā, ʻaʻole ʻoe i hoʻonani i ke Akua, ka mea i loko o kona lima kou hanu, a nona kou mau ʻaoʻao a pau.Instead, you have set yourself up against the Lord of heaven. You had the goblets from his temple brought to you, and you and your nobles, your wives and your concubines drank wine from them. You praised the gods of silver and gold, of bronze, iron, wood and stone, which cannot see or hear or understand. But you did not honor the God who holds in his hand your life and all your ways.
Hos 2:6No ia mea, aia hoʻi, e hoʻopuni au i kou ala i nā lāʻau kukū, A e hana au i pā pōhaku nona, I mea e loaʻa ʻole ai iā ia kona mau alanui.Therefore I will block her path with thornbushes; I will wall her in so that she cannot find her way.
Hos 2:12A e luku aku au i kona mau kumu waina, a me kona mau lāʻau fiku, i nā mea āna i ʻī mai ai, ʻO ia kaʻu uku, ʻo koʻu mau ipo i hāʻawi mai ai iaʻu; A e hoʻolilo au ia mau mea i ulu lāʻau, A e ʻai iho nā holoholona ia mau mea.I will ruin her vines and her fig trees, which she said were her pay from her lovers; I will make them a thicket, and wild animals will devour them.
Hos 4:12Ke nīnau nei kuʻu poʻe kānaka i ko lākou kiʻi lāʻau, A ua hōʻike mai ko lākou koʻokoʻo iā lākou; No ka mea, ua hoʻoʻauana ka naʻau moekolohe iā lākou; Ua hele moekolohe lākou mai lalo aʻe o ko lākou Akua.of my people. They consult a wooden idol and are answered by a stick of wood. A spirit of prostitution leads them astray; they are unfaithful to their God.
Hos 4:13Kaumaha akula lākou ma kahi kiʻekiʻe o nā mauna, A kuni i ka mea ʻala ma luna o nā puʻu, Ma lalo o ka lāʻau ʻoka, a me ka lāʻau popela, a me ka lāʻau kaʻa, No ka mea, ua ʻoluʻolu kona malumalu: No ia mea, e moekolohe kā ʻoukou poʻe kaikamāhine, A e moekolohe kā ʻoukou poʻe hūnōna wahine.They sacrifice on the mountaintops and burn offerings on the hills, under oak, poplar and terebinth, where the shade is pleasant. Therefore your daughters turn to prostitution and your daughters-in-law to adultery.
Hos 9:6No ka mea, aia hoʻi, ua hele aku lākou mai ka luku aku: E hoʻākoakoa ʻo ʻAigupita iā lākou, E kanu aku nō ʻo Memepi iā lākou. A ʻo nā wahi maikaʻi i kūʻai ʻia no ko lākou kālā e paʻapū ia i ka pua kala; A ma loko o ko lākou mau halelewa e kupu ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi.Even if they escape from destruction, Egypt will gather them, and Memphis will bury them. Their treasures of silver will be taken over by briers, and thorns will overrun their tents.
Hos 9:10Ua loaʻa iaʻu ka ʻIseraʻela e like me nā hua waina ma ka wao nahele; Ua ʻike au i ko ʻoukou poʻe kūpuna, e like me ka hua mua ma ka lāʻau fiku i kona hua mua ʻana; Akā, hele akula lākou iā Baʻala-peora, a hoʻokaʻawale iā lākou iho no ka mea hilahila: A ʻo nā mea hoʻowahāwahā ʻia, ua like me ko lākou makemake."When I found Israel, it was like finding grapes in the desert; when I saw your fathers, it was like seeing the early fruit on the fig tree. But when they came to Baal Peor, they consecrated themselves to that shameful idol and became as vile as the thing they loved.
Hos 10:4Ua ʻōlelo lākou i nā ʻōlelo hoʻohiki wahaheʻe i ka hana ʻana i ka berita; A ua ulu mai ka hoʻāhewa e like me ka lāʻau make ma nā ʻauwaha o ke kula.They make many promises, take false oaths and make agreements; therefore lawsuits spring up like poisonous weeds in a plowed field.
Hos 10:8A e hoʻopau ʻia nā heiau o ʻAvena, ka hewa o ka ʻIseraʻela: E kupu mai auaneʻi ka lāʻau kukū a me ka pua kala ma luna o ko lākou mau kuahu; A e ʻōlelo aku lākou i nā mauna, E uhi mai iā mākou; A i nā puʻu, E hiolo mai ma luna o mākou.The high places of wickedness will be destroyed-- it is the sin of Israel. Thorns and thistles will grow up and cover their altars. Then they will say to the mountains, "Cover us!" and to the hills, "Fall on us!"
Hos 14:6A e pālahalaha aku kona mau lālā, A e like auaneʻi kona nani me ka lāʻau ʻoliva, E like hoʻi kona ʻala me Lebanona.his young shoots will grow. His splendor will be like an olive tree, his fragrance like a cedar of Lebanon.
Hos 14:8E ʻōlelo iho ʻo ʻEperaima, He aha kaʻu e hana hou aku ai i nā kiʻi? Ua lohe au a ua nānā hou au iā ia; Ua like au me ka lāʻau kaʻa uliuli; Mai oʻu aku ua loaʻa iā ʻoe ka hua.O Ephraim, what more have I to do with idols? I will answer him and care for him. I am like a green pine tree; your fruitfulness comes from me."
Ioʻela 1:7Ua luku aku ia i kuʻu kumu waina, A ua hemo i ka ʻili o kuʻu lāʻau fiku: Ua hemo i kona ʻili a pau, a ua hoʻolei aku ia mea; Ua keʻokeʻo kona mau lālā.It has laid waste my vines and ruined my fig trees. It has stripped off their bark and thrown it away, leaving their branches white.
Ioʻela 1:12Ua maloʻo ke kumu waina, Ua mae ka lāʻau fiku; Ua mae ka lāʻau pomagerane, ʻo ka lāʻau pāma, a me ka lāʻau ʻōhiʻa, ʻo nā lāʻau a pau o ke kula: No ka mea, ua pau ka ʻoliʻoli o nā keiki a kānaka;The vine is dried up and the fig tree is withered; the pomegranate, the palm and the apple tree-- all the trees of the field--are dried up. Surely the joy of mankind is withered away.
Ioʻela 1:19E Iēhova, iā ʻoe nō wau e kāhea aku nei, No ka mea, ua ʻai ke ahi i ka uliuli o ka wao nahele, Ua hoʻopau ka lapalapa ahi i nā lāʻau a pau o ke kula.To you, O LORD, I call, for fire has devoured the open pastures and flames have burned up all the trees of the field.
Ioʻela 2:22Mai makaʻu ʻoukou, e nā holoholona o ke kula: No ka mea, ke uliuli mai nei ka ʻāina panoa; Ke hua mai nei ka lāʻau i kona hua, Ke hua mai nei ka lāʻau fiku a me ke kumu waina, me ko lākou ikaika.Be not afraid, O wild animals, for the open pastures are becoming green. The trees are bearing their fruit; the fig tree and the vine yield their riches.
ʻAm 2:9A ua luku aku au i ka ʻAmora i mua o lākou, ʻO kona kiʻekiʻe, ua like me ke kiʻekiʻe o nā lāʻau kedara, A ʻo kona ikaika, ua like me nā lāʻau ʻoka; Akā, ua luku aku au i kona hua ma luna, A me kona aʻa ma lalo."I destroyed the Amorite before them, though he was tall as the cedars and strong as the oaks. I destroyed his fruit above and his roots below.
ʻAm 3:4E uō anei ka liona ma ka ulu lāʻau ke loaʻa ʻole iā ia ke pio? E hoʻopuka anei ka liona ʻōpio i kona leo mai kona lua aku, ke loaʻa ʻole iā ia kekahi mea?Does a lion roar in the thicket when he has no prey? Does he growl in his den when he has caught nothing?
ʻAm 4:9Ua hahau aku au iā ʻoukou i ka hua ʻai maʻalili, a me ka punahelu: He nui ko ʻoukou kīhāpai, ko ʻoukou mau pā waina, a me ko ʻoukou mau lāʻau fiku, a me ko ʻoukou mau lāʻau ʻoliva, ua ʻai ʻia hoʻi e ka ʻūhini ʻōpiopio hulu ʻole; Akā, ʻaʻole ʻoukou i hoʻi hou mai iaʻu, wahi a Iēhova."Many times I struck your gardens and vineyards, I struck them with blight and mildew. Locusts devoured your fig and olive trees, yet you have not returned to me," declares the LORD.
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--
Ion 4:6A hoʻomākaukau ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i lāʻau ʻaila, a hoʻoulu aʻela ia mea ma luna o Iona, i lilo ia i wahi malumalu o kona poʻo, e hoʻopakele iā ia mai kona mea kaumaha. A ʻoliʻoli nui ʻo Iona i ka lāʻau ʻaila.Then the LORD God provided a vine and made it grow up over Jonah to give shade for his head to ease his discomfort, and Jonah was very happy about the vine.
Ion 4:7A hoʻomākaukau ke Akua i wahi ʻenuhe i ka wanaʻao i ka lā ʻapōpō, a ʻai ihola ia i ka lāʻau ʻaila, a mae ihola ia.But at dawn the next day God provided a worm, which chewed the vine so that it withered.
Ion 4:9A ʻōlelo maila ke Akua iā Iona, He pono anei kou huhū no ka lāʻau ʻaila? A ʻī akula ia, He pono koʻu huhū a i ka make.But God said to Jonah, "Do you have a right to be angry about the vine?" "I do," he said. "I am angry enough to die."
Ion 4:10A ʻōlelo mai ʻo Iēhova, Ua minamina anei ʻoe i ka lāʻau ʻaila, ka mea ʻaʻole ʻoe i luhi, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe i hoʻoulu: kupu mai nō ia i ka pō hoʻokahi, a make ihola i ka pō hoʻokahi:But the LORD said, "You have been concerned about this vine, though you did not tend it or make it grow. It sprang up overnight and died overnight.
Mika 3:12No laila, no ʻoukou e hoʻōʻō palau ʻia ʻo Ziona me he kīhāpai lā, A e lilo ʻo Ierusalema i mau puʻu, A ʻo ka mauna o ka hale e like me nā wahi kiʻekiʻe o ka ulu lāʻau.Therefore because of you, Zion will be plowed like a field, Jerusalem will become a heap of rubble, the temple hill a mound overgrown with thickets.
Mika 4:4A e noho kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka ma lalo o kona kumu waina, a ma lalo o kona lāʻau fiku, ʻAʻohe mea nāna e hoʻomakaʻu mai; No ka mea, ʻo ka waha o Iēhova o nā kaua, kai ʻōlelo mai.Every man will sit under his own vine and under his own fig tree, and no one will make them afraid, for the LORD Almighty has spoken.
Mika 5:8A lilo ke koena o Iakoba i waena o ko nā ʻāina ʻē, I waena o nā lāhui kanaka he nui, e like me ka liona i waena o nā holoholona o ka ulu lāʻau, E like me ka liona ʻōpio i waena o ka ʻohana hipa; No ka mea, i kona hele ʻana aʻe, hehi iho i lalo, a e haehae wale, ʻaʻohe mea nāna e hoʻopakele.The remnant of Jacob will be among the nations, in the midst of many peoples, like a lion among the beasts of the forest, like a young lion among flocks of sheep, which mauls and mangles as it goes, and no one can rescue.
Mika 7:4ʻO ka mea maikaʻi o lākou ua like me ka lāʻau ʻoʻoi; A ʻo ka mea pono, ua ʻoiʻoi ia ma mua o ka pā lāʻau ʻoiʻoi. ʻO ka lā o kou poʻe kiaʻi, a ʻo kou hoʻopaʻi ʻana, e hiki mai nō ia; ʻĀnō e hiki mai ai ko lākou pōpilikia.The best of them is like a brier, the most upright worse than a thorn hedge. The day of your watchmen has come, the day God visits you. Now is the time of their confusion.
Mika 7:14E hānai ʻoe i kou poʻe kānaka me kou koʻokoʻo, Ka poʻe o kou hoʻoilina, ka poʻe e noho mehameha ana ma ka ulu lāʻau, i waena o Karemela: E ʻai lākou ma Basana, a ma Gileada, e like me ka manawa kahiko.Shepherd your people with your staff, the flock of your inheritance, which lives by itself in a forest, in fertile pasturelands. Let them feed in Bashan and Gilead as in days long ago.
Nahuma 1:10No ka mea, e like me nā lāʻau kukū, ua hui pū ʻia lākou, A ua ʻona lākou e like me ka poʻe ʻona, E hoʻopau ʻia lākou e like me ka ʻōpala maloʻo loa.They will be entangled among thorns and drunk from their wine; they will be consumed like dry stubble.
Nahuma 3:12A e like kou mau wahi paʻa me ka lāʻau fiku, me ka hua pala mua, Inā e hoʻoluli ʻia, e hāʻule iho lākou i loko o ka waha o ka mea e ʻai ana.All your fortresses are like fig trees with their first ripe fruit; when they are shaken, the figs fall into the mouth of the eater.
Hab 2:11No ka mea, e kāhea mai ka pōhaku mai ka paia mai, A ʻo ke kaola lāʻau e pane mai nō ia.The stones of the wall will cry out, and the beams of the woodwork will echo it.
Hab 2:19Auē ka mea ʻōlelo i ka lāʻau, E ala mai! A i ka pōhaku leo ʻole, E kū i luna! ʻO ia ke aʻo mai! Aia hoʻi, ua uhi ʻia ʻo ia i ke gula a me ke kālā, Akā, ʻaʻohe hanu iki i loko ona.Woe to him who says to wood, 'Come to life!' Or to lifeless stone, 'Wake up!' Can it give guidance? It is covered with gold and silver; there is no breath in it.
Hab 3:17I ka manawa e pua ʻole mai ai ka lāʻau kū, ʻAʻole hoʻi he hua ma nā kumu waina; A e mae ka hua o ka lāʻau ʻoliva, ʻAʻole hoʻi e hua mai nā kīhāpai i ka ʻai; A e ʻoki ʻia aku ka poʻe hipa mai ka pā hipa aku, ʻAʻole hoʻi he bipi ma loko o nā wahi hānai bipi;Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls,
Hagai 1:8E piʻi aku i ke kuahiwi a e lawe mai i lāʻau, a e hana i ka hale, a e ʻoluʻolu au ia, a e hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia auaneʻi hoʻi au, wahi a Iēhova.Go up into the mountains and bring down timber and build the house, so that I may take pleasure in it and be honored," says the LORD.
Hagai 2:19Ua koe anei ka hua ʻai i loko ka hale papaʻa? Eia hoʻi, ʻaʻole ka waina, a me ka fiku, a me ka pomegerane, a me ka lāʻau ʻoliva i hua mai i ka hua: mai kēia lā aku naʻe, e hoʻomaikaʻi aku nō wau iā ʻoukou.Is there yet any seed left in the barn? Until now, the vine and the fig tree, the pomegranate and the olive tree have not borne fruit. " 'From this day on I will bless you.' "
Zek 1:8Ua ʻike au i ka pō, aia hoʻi, he kanaka e noho ana ma luna o ka lio ʻulaʻula, e kū ana i waena o nā lāʻau mureto ma kahi malumalu, a ma hope ona nā lio ʻulaʻula, kikokiko a keʻokeʻo.During the night I had a vision--and there before me was a man riding a red horse! He was standing among the myrtle trees in a ravine. Behind him were red, brown and white horses.
Zek 1:10ʻŌlelo maila ke kanaka e kū ana i waena o nā lāʻau mureto, ʻī maila, ʻO lākou nei ka poʻe a Iēhova i hoʻouna mai ai e kaʻahele ma luna o ka honua.Then the man standing among the myrtle trees explained, "They are the ones the LORD has sent to go throughout the earth."
Zek 1:11ʻŌlelo maila lākou i ka ʻānela o Iēhova e kū ana i waena o nā lāʻau mureto, ʻī maila, Ua kaʻahele mākou i ka honua, aia hoʻi, ua noho mālie, a ua malu hoʻi ko ka honua a pau.And they reported to the angel of the LORD, who was standing among the myrtle trees, "We have gone throughout the earth and found the whole world at rest and in peace."
Zek 3:10Ia lā lā, e kāhea aku kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona hoalauna, ma lalo o ke kumu waina, a ma lalo o ka lāʻau fiku, wahi a Iēhova o nā kaua." 'In that day each of you will invite his neighbor to sit under his vine and fig tree,' declares the LORD Almighty."
Zek 4:3He ʻelua mau lāʻau ʻoliva hoʻi e kokoke ana i laila, ʻo kekahi ma ka ʻākau, a ʻo kekahi hoʻi ma ka hema o ua ipu ʻaila lā.Also there are two olive trees by it, one on the right of the bowl and the other on its left."
Zek 5:4Ua lawe mai nei au ia, wahi a Iēhova o nā kaua, a e komo aku ia i loko o ka hale o ka ʻaihue, a ʻo ka hale o ka mea e hoʻohiki wahaheʻe ana ma koʻu inoa; e noho ia i loko o kona hale, a e hoʻopau ʻo ia ia mea me ka lāʻau a me ka pōhaku ona.The LORD Almighty declares, 'I will send it out, and it will enter the house of the thief and the house of him who swears falsely by my name. It will remain in his house and destroy it, both its timbers and its stones.' "
Zek 10:1E noi aku ʻoukou iā Iēhova i ka ua i ka manawa ua hope; E hana mai ʻo Iēhova i ka uila, A e hāʻawi mai iā lākou i ka ua nui, I kēlā kanaka i kēia kanaka i ka lāʻau iki ʻai o ke kula.Ask the LORD for rain in the springtime; it is the LORD who makes the storm clouds. He gives showers of rain to men, and plants of the field to everyone.
Zek 11:2E ʻaoa ʻoe, e ka lāʻau kaʻa, no ka mea, ua hina ihola ke kedera; No ka mea, ua hao ʻia ka poʻe hanohano: E ʻaoa ʻoukou, e nā ʻoka o Basana, No ka mea, ua kulaʻina iho ka ulu lāʻau ikaika.Wail, O pine tree, for the cedar has fallen; the stately trees are ruined! Wail, oaks of Bashan; the dense forest has been cut down!

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