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mae

1. vi. to fade, wilt, wither, droop; partially dry, as clothes; to fade away (Hal. 18.45); to pine away (Oihk. 26.39); to waste away, as with illness.

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Mat 13:6A puka mai ka lā, mae ihola ia, maloʻo akula no ke aʻa ʻole.But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had no root.
Mar 4:6A puka mai ka lā, mae ihola ia, a maloʻo akula, no ke aʻa ʻole.But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had no root.
Luka 8:6A heleleʻi ihola kekahi ma luna o ka pōhaku; a kupu aʻela, mae koke ihola ia, no ka mea, ʻaʻohe ona maʻū.Some fell on rock, and when it came up, the plants withered because they had no moisture.
1-Kor 9:25ʻO ka poʻe a pau i hoʻoikaika i ka uku, ua pākiko nō lākou ma nā mea a pau. Ma ka lei mae wale lākou; akā, ma ka lei mae ʻole kākou.Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last; but we do it to get a crown that will last forever.
Iak 1:10A ʻo ka mea waiwai hoʻi, i kona hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻia; no ka mea, e like me ka pua o ka nāhelehele e mae wale ana ia.But the one who is rich should take pride in his low position, because he will pass away like a wild flower.
Iak 1:11No ka mea, i ke kau ʻana mai o ka lā me ka wela nui, ʻaʻole ʻemo a hoʻomaloʻo ihola nō ia i ka nāhelehele, a hāʻule ihola kona pua, a pau aʻela ka nani o kona ʻano: pēlā nō e mae ai ka mea waiwai i kona ʻaoʻao iho.For the sun rises with scorching heat and withers the plant; its blossom falls and its beauty is destroyed. In the same way, the rich man will fade away even while he goes about his business.
1-Pet 1:4I loaʻa mai iā kākou ka hoʻoilina pau ʻole, pelapela ʻole, mae ʻole, ua hoʻāna ʻē ʻia ma ka lani no kākou;and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade--kept in heaven for you,
1-Pet 5:4A hiki i ka wā e hōʻike ʻia mai ai ke kahu hipa nui, a laila e loaʻa iā ʻoukou ka lei nani loa, ʻaʻole loa e mae.And when the Chief Shepherd appears, you will receive the crown of glory that will never fade away.
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.
Kin 41:6Aia hoʻi, hua hou maila ma hope mai o lākou, nā ʻōpuʻu hou ʻehiku, he wīwī, a mae i ka makani mai ka hikina mai.After them, seven other heads of grain sprouted — thin and scorched by the east wind.
Kin 41:23Aia hoʻi, kupu hou maila ma hope mai o lākou, ʻehiku ʻōpuʻu hou, he mimino, he wīwī, a mae i ka makani mai ka hikina mai.After them, seven other heads sprouted — withered and thin and scorched by the east wind.
Kin 41:27A ʻo ua mau bipi wīwī ʻinoʻino lā ʻehiku, i ea mai ai ma hope o lākou, ʻehiku ia makahiki; a ʻo nā ʻōpuʻu palaoa wīwī a mae i ka makani no ka hikina mai, ʻehiku makahiki ia o ke kau wī.The seven lean, ugly cows that came up afterward are seven years, and so are the seven worthless heads of grain scorched by the east wind: They are seven years of famine.
Puk 18:18E ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, e mae wale ʻoe, ʻo ʻoe, a me kēia poʻe kānaka me ʻoe; no ka mea, ua kaumaha kēia mea iā ʻoe; ʻaʻole hiki iā ʻoe ke hana, ʻo ʻoe wale nō.You and these people who come to you will only wear yourselves out. The work is too heavy for you; you cannot handle it alone.
ʻOihk 26:39A ʻo ke koena o ʻoukou, e mae aʻe lākou i loko o ko lākou hewa, ma nā ʻāina o ko ʻoukou poʻe ʻenemi; a i loko hoʻi o ka hewa o ko lākou mau mākua lākou e mae pū ai me lākou.Those of you who are left will waste away in the lands of their enemies because of their sins; also because of their ancestors’ sins they will waste away.
2-Sam 22:46E mae aku nō nā kānaka ʻē, E makaʻu hoʻi lākou ma ko lākou wahi paʻa.They all lose heart; they come trembling from their strongholds.
1-Nāal 8:37Inā he wī ma ka ʻāina, inā he maʻi ahulau, inā he mālili, he mae wale, he ʻūhini, a inā he ʻenuhe; a inā e hoʻopilikia ʻia e ka ʻenemi ma ka ʻāina o ko lākou mau kūlanakauhale, inā he ʻino, a he maʻi;"When famine or plague comes to the land, or blight or mildew, locusts or grasshoppers, or when an enemy besieges them in any of their cities, whatever disaster or disease may come,
Ioba 8:12I kona manawa uliuli, ʻaʻole i ʻoki ʻia, Ua mae nō ia ma mua o nā mauʻu ʻē aʻe a pau.While still growing and uncut, they wither more quickly than grass.
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 18:45E mae aku ana nō nā kānaka ʻē: E makaʻu ana lākou ma ko lākou wahi paʻa.They all lose heart; they come trembling from their strongholds.
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 73:4No ka mea, ʻaʻohe mea e paʻa ai i ko lākou make ʻana; Ua mae ʻole ko lākou ikaika.They have no struggles; their bodies are healthy and strong.
Hal 90:6Pua mai nō ia i ke kakahiaka a mohala iho, A i ke ahiahi ua ʻoki ʻia ia i lalo a mae wale ihola.though in the morning it springs up new, by evening it is dry and withered.
Hal 102:4Ua moku koʻu naʻau, a ua mae hoʻi me he mauʻu lā; No laila, ua poina iaʻu ke ʻai i kaʻu ʻai.My heart is blighted and withered like grass; I forget to eat my food.
Hal 102:11Ua ʻaui aʻe koʻu mau lā, me he aka lā A ua mae hoʻi au me he mauʻu lā.My days are like the evening shadow; I wither away like grass.
Hal 129:6E like auaneʻi lākou, me ka mauʻu ma luna o nā hale, Mae wale ia ma mua o ka liko ʻana.May they be like grass on the roof, which withers before it can grow;
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 16:8No ka mea, ua mae wale nā mahina ʻai o Hesebona, ʻO ke kumu waina hoʻi o Sibema; Ua uhaʻi nā haku o nā ʻāina i kona mau lālā maikaʻi, Hiki nō lākou i Iazera, ʻAuana lākou ma ka wao nahele: Pālahalaha aʻela kona mau lālā, A hala i kēlā ʻaoʻao o ke kai.The fields of Heshbon wither, the vines of Sibmah also. The rulers of the nations have trampled down the choicest vines, which once reached Jazer and spread toward the desert. Their shoots spread out and went as far as the sea.
ʻIsaia 19:6E pilau auaneʻi nā muliwai, E pio, a maloʻo nā ʻauwai o ʻAigupita, A e mae wale nō hoʻi ka naku a me ke kaluhā.The canals will stink; the streams of Egypt will dwindle and dry up. The reeds and rushes will wither,
ʻIsaia 24:4Ke kanikau nei ka ʻāina, ua mae wale, Ua nāwaliwali ka honua, ua mimino loa; Ua nāwaliwali ka poʻe haʻaheo o ka ʻāina.The earth dries up and withers, the world languishes and withers, the exalted of the earth languish.
ʻIsaia 24:7Ke waiho wale lā nō ka waina hou, Ua mae wale nā kumu waina, ʻO ka poʻe a pau i ʻoliʻoli ka naʻau, ua kaniʻuhū.The new wine dries up and the vine withers; all the merrymakers groan.
ʻIsaia 28:1Auē ka lei hoʻokiʻekiʻe o nā mea ʻona ma ʻEperaima, Ka pua mae wale o kona nani maikaʻi, Ka mea ma ke poʻo o ka pāpū momona, ʻO nā mea i ʻona i ka waina!Woe to that wreath, the pride of Ephraim's drunkards, to the fading flower, his glorious beauty, set on the head of a fertile valley-- to that city, the pride of those laid low by wine!
ʻIsaia 28:4Ka pua mae wale o kona nani maikaʻi, Ka mea ma ke poʻo o ka pāpū momona, E like auaneʻi ia me ka hua mua o ke kau, ʻO ka mea nānā aku a ʻike ia mea, Moni koke nō ia i ka loaʻa ʻana i kona lima.That fading flower, his glorious beauty, set on the head of a fertile valley, will be like a fig ripe before harvest-- as soon as someone sees it and takes it in his hand, he swallows it.
ʻIsaia 33:9Ua uē ka ʻāina, ua kanikau hoʻi; Ua hilahila ʻo Lebanona, ua mae wale; Ua like ʻo Sārona me ka wao nahele; Lūlū iho ʻo Basana, a me Karemela i nā lau.The land mourns and wastes away, Lebanon is ashamed and withers; Sharon is like the Arabah, and Bashan and Carmel drop their leaves.
ʻIsaia 40:7Mimino ka mauʻu, a mae wale ka pua, Ke pā mai ka makani o Iēhova ma luna ona; He ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, he mauʻu kēia poʻe kānaka.The grass withers and the flowers fall, because the breath of the LORD blows on them. Surely the people are grass.
ʻIsaia 40:8Mimino ka mauʻu, a mae wale ka pua; Akā, ʻo ka ʻōlelo a ko kākou Akua, e kūpaʻa mau loa nō ia.The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God stands forever."
ʻIsaia 40:24He ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻaʻole lākou e kanu ʻia, He ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻaʻole lākou e lūlū ʻia, He ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻaʻole e paʻa kā lākou kumu ma loko o ka honua; A e puhi mai ʻO ia ma luna o lākou, a e mae wale lākou, A e lawe nō ka puahiohio iā lākou me he ʻōpala lā.No sooner are they planted, no sooner are they sown, no sooner do they take root in the ground, than he blows on them and they wither, and a whirlwind sweeps them away like chaff.
ʻIsaia 64:6Akā, ua like nō mākou a pau me ka mea haumia, Ua like hoʻi ko mākou pono a pau me ke kapa peʻa; A mae wale nō hoʻi mākou a pau, e like me ka lau; A ua kaʻikaʻi aku nō ko mākou hewa iā mākou, e like me ka makani.All of us have become like one who is unclean, and all our righteous acts are like filthy rags; we all shrivel up like a leaf, and like the wind our sins sweep us away.
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 12:4Pehea lā ka lōʻihi o ke kūmākena ʻana o ka ʻāina, a me ka mae wale ʻana o nā laʻalāʻau o ke kula, no ka hewa o ka poʻe e noho ana ma loko? Ua lawe ʻia aku nā holoholona, a me nā manu; no ka mea, ʻōlelo nō lākou, ʻAʻole ia e ʻike mai i ko mākou hopena.How long will the land lie parched and the grass in every field be withered? Because those who live in it are wicked, the animals and birds have perished. Moreover, the people are saying, "He will not see what happens to us."
Ier 15:9Mae wale aku ka mea i hānau i nā mea ʻehiku, e kāʻili ana ke ea. Ua napoʻo kona lā i ke ao ʻokoʻa; ua hilahila ʻo ia, ua hoʻopalai maka hoʻi. A e hāʻawi nō wau i ke koena o lākou i ka pahi kaua i mua o ko lākou poʻe ʻenemi, wahi a Iēhova.The mother of seven will grow faint and breathe her last. Her sun will set while it is still day; she will be disgraced and humiliated. I will put the survivors to the sword before their enemies," declares the LORD.
Kan 4:1Nani ka mae wale ʻana o ke gula! A me ke ʻano ʻē ʻana o ke gula maikaʻi! Ua hoʻolei ʻia nā pōhaku o kahi hoʻāno ma ke poʻo o nā alanui a pau.How the gold has lost its luster, the fine gold become dull! The sacred gems are scattered at the head of every street.
ʻEzek 17:9E ʻōlelo ʻoe, Ke ʻī mai nei Iēhova ka Haku; E pōmaikaʻi anei? ʻAʻole anei e uhuki ʻo ia i kona mau aʻa, a e ʻoki aku i kona mau hua, i mae iho ai ia? E mae auaneʻi nō ia ma nā lau a pau o kona ulu ʻana aʻe, ʻaʻole me ka mana nui, ʻaʻole hoʻi me kānaka he nui e uhuki ai ia me nā aʻa ona."Say to them, 'This is what the Sovereign LORD says: Will it thrive? Will it not be uprooted and stripped of its fruit so that it withers? All its new growth will wither. It will not take a strong arm or many people to pull it up by the roots.
ʻEzek 17:10Aia hoʻi, i kanu ʻia, e pōmaikaʻi anei ia? ʻAʻole anei ia e mae loa, i ka wā e pā mai ai ka makani hikina iā ia? E mae nō ia i loko o nā kaha i ulu ai ia.Even if it is transplanted, will it thrive? Will it not wither completely when the east wind strikes it--wither away in the plot where it grew?' "
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."
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.
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.
Nahuma 1:4Pāpā aku nō ia i ke kai, a hoʻomaloʻo ihola ia mea, A hoʻomaloʻo iho i nā muliwai a pau: Ua mae ʻo Basana, a me Karemela; A ua mae ka pua o Lebanona.He rebukes the sea and dries it up; he makes all the rivers run dry. Bashan and Carmel wither and the blossoms of Lebanon fade.
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,

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