1. placename. hill (1,800 feet high), Honolua qd., Maui. Locality, Airport qd., Molokaʻi. The Molokaʻi Ranch, which in 1908 had 17,000 sheep, had a shearing shed here. The ranch stopped raising sheep in the 1920s.
2. nvs. warmth, heat; warm.
3. vs. temperature, when weather considered warm. lit., warm. also mehana. cf. anu, wela.
4. n. rest.
6. n. a class of chiefs.
|Puk 16:21||Hōʻiliʻili lākou ia mea i kēlā kakahiaka i kēia kakahiaka, ʻo kānaka a pau e like me kā lākou ʻai ʻana; a i ka wā i mahana aʻe ai ka lā, heheʻe ihola ia mea.||Each morning everyone gathered as much as they needed, and when the sun grew hot, it melted away.|
|Lunk 8:26||ʻO ke kaumaha o ia mau apo pepeiao, āna i noi aku ai, hoʻokahi ia tausani ʻehiku haneri sekela gula; a keu aku nā lei, a me nā momi pepeiao, a me ka lole poni mahana o nā aliʻi o ko Midiana, a me nā lei ma nā ʻāʻī o kā lāua mau kāmelo.||The weight of the gold rings he asked for came to seventeen hundred shekels, not counting the ornaments, the pendants and the purple garments worn by the kings of Midian or the chains that were on their camels’ necks.|
|1-Sam 21:6||A hāʻawi akula ke kahuna i ka berena laʻa iā ia; no ka mea, ʻaʻohe berena ʻē aʻe ma laila, ʻo ka berena hōʻike wale nō, i lawe ʻia mai ke alo o Iēhova mai, no ka waiho ʻana i ka berena mahana i ka lā i lawe ʻia aku ai ʻo ia.||So the priest gave him the consecrated bread, since there was no bread there except the bread of the Presence that had been removed from before the LORD and replaced by hot bread on the day it was taken away.|
|1-Nāal 1:1||Ua ʻelemakule aʻela ʻo Dāvida ke aliʻi, a ua nui kona mau makahiki, a uhi aʻela lākou iā ia me nā kapa, ʻaʻole naʻe ia i mahana aʻe.||When King David was old and well advanced in years, he could not keep warm even when they put covers over him.|
|1-Nāal 1:2||No laila, i ʻōlelo akula kāna mau kauā iā ia, E ʻimi ʻia aku kekahi wahine hou puʻupaʻa no kuʻu haku ke aliʻi; a e kū ʻo ia ma ke alo o ke aliʻi, a e lilo ia i kahu nona, a e moe ia i kou poli, i mahana aʻe kuʻu haku ke aliʻi.||So his servants said to him, "Let us look for a young virgin to attend the king and take care of him. She can lie beside him so that our lord the king may keep warm."|
|2-Nāal 4:34||Piʻi aʻela ia, a moe ihola ma luna o ke keiki, ʻo kona waha ma luna o ko ia lā waha, a ʻo kona maka ma luna o ko ia lā maka, a me kona mau lima ma luna o ko ia lā mau lima, a kūlou iho ihola ia ma luna ona, a mahana maila ka ʻiʻo o ke keiki.||Then he got on the bed and lay upon the boy, mouth to mouth, eyes to eyes, hands to hands. As he stretched himself out upon him, the boy's body grew warm.|
|Neh 7:3||A ʻī akula au iā lāua, ʻAʻole e wehe ʻia nā puka o Ierusalema a mahana mai ka lā; a ʻo ka poʻe e kū ana e pani lākou i nā puka a e hoʻopaʻa hoʻi: a e hoʻonoho i kekahi poʻe o ko Ierusalema i poʻe kiaʻi, kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka ma kona wahi e kiaʻi aku ai, a ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka hoʻi ma kahi e kū pono ana i kona hale iho.||I said to them, "The gates of Jerusalem are not to be opened until the sun is hot. While the gatekeepers are still on duty, have them shut the doors and bar them. Also appoint residents of Jerusalem as guards, some at their posts and some near their own houses."|
|Ioba 37:17||A pehea hoʻi i mahana ai kou kapa, I ka wā i hoʻomālie mai ai ʻo ia i ka ʻāina i ka makani kūkulu hema?||You who swelter in your clothes when the land lies hushed under the south wind,|
|ʻIsaia 44:16||Puhi nō ʻo ia i kauwahi ma ke ahi, A ma luna o kauwahi, ʻai nō ʻo ia i ka ʻiʻo, ʻŌhinu nō ʻo ia i ka mea ʻŌhinu, a ua māʻona hoʻi; ʻO ia, hoʻomāhanahana nō ʻo ia iā ia iho, a ʻōlelo aʻela, Kā! Ua mahana au, ua ʻike au i ke ahi!||Half of the wood he burns in the fire; over it he prepares his meal, he roasts his meat and eats his fill. He also warms himself and says, "Ah! I am warm; I see the fire."|
|ʻIsaia 47:14||Aia hoʻi, e like auaneʻi lākou me ka ʻōpala, Na ke ahi nō lākou e hoʻopau; ʻAʻole lākou e hoʻopakele iā lākou iho, mai ka mana o ka lapalapa ahi; ʻAʻole e koe ana ka lānahu ahi i mea e mahana ai, ʻAʻole ahi e koe, i noho kekahi i mua o ia.||Surely they are like stubble; the fire will burn them up. They cannot even save themselves from the power of the flame. Here are no coals to warm anyone; here is no fire to sit by.|