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olonā

1. placename. lane, Lanakila section, Honolulu, named for a native shrub from which cord was made. TM
2. n. a native shrub (Touchardia latifolia), with large, ovate, fine-toothed leaves, related to the māmaki. Formerly the bark was valued highly as the source of a strong, durable fiber for fishing nets, for nets (kōkō) to carry containers, and as a base for ti-leaf raincoats and feather capes. (Neal 319–20, Kam. 76:44–7, 52–5.) Cord of olonā fiber; flax (Sol. 31.13), hemp, linen; muscle ligament. sinew (Kol. 2.19).

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Mat 27:59Lawe aʻela ʻo Iosepa i ke kino, a wahī ihola iā ia i loko o ka lole olonā maʻemaʻe;Joseph took the body, wrapped it in a clean linen cloth,
Mar 14:51Hahai akula kekahi kanaka ʻōpiopio iā ia, e ʻaʻahu ana i ke kapa olonā ma ka ʻili, lālau ihola ka poʻe koa iā ia.A young man, wearing nothing but a linen garment, was following Jesus. When they seized him,
Mar 14:52Haʻalele ihola ia i ke kapa olonā, a holo kohana akula, mai o lākou aku.he fled naked, leaving his garment behind.
Mar 15:46A kūʻai ihola ia i kapa olonā, a lawe aʻela i ke kino, a wahī iho i loko o ua kapa lā, a waiho aʻela ia ma loko o ka hale kupapaʻu i kālai ʻia i loko o ka pōhaku, a ʻolokaʻa ihola i pōhaku nui ma ka puka o ua hale kupapaʻu lā.So Joseph bought some linen cloth, took down the body, wrapped it in the linen, and placed it in a tomb cut out of rock. Then he rolled a stone against the entrance of the tomb.
Luka 23:53Kuʻu ihola nō hoʻi ʻo ia iā ia i lalo, wahī ihola iā ia i ka lole olonā, a waiho aʻela iā ia i loko o ka lua kupapaʻu i kālai ʻia i loko o ka pōhaku, ʻaʻole i waiho ʻē ʻia ke kanaka ma laila.Then he took it down, wrapped it in linen cloth and placed it in a tomb cut in the rock, one in which no one had yet been laid.
Luka 24:12Kū aʻela ʻo Petero i luna, a holo akula i ka lua kupapaʻu, kūlou ia i lalo, a ʻike akula i ka lole olonā wale nō e waiho ana, hele hoʻi ia mai laila aku e haʻohaʻo ana i ka mea i hana ʻia.Peter, however, got up and ran to the tomb. Bending over, he saw the strips of linen lying by themselves, and he went away, wondering to himself what had happened.
Ioane 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.
Ioane 20:5Kūlou ihola ia, a ʻike aʻela i ka lole olonā e waiho ana, ʻaʻole naʻe i komo i loko.He bent over and looked in at the strips of linen lying there but did not go in.
Ioane 20:6A laila, hiki mai ʻo Simona Petero e hahai ana ma hope ona, a komo ihola i loko o ka hale kupapaʻu, a ʻike akula i ka lole olonā e waiho ana,Then Simon Peter, who was behind him, arrived and went into the tomb. He saw the strips of linen lying there,
Ioane 20:7A me ka hainakā i kāʻei ʻia ai kona poʻo, ʻaʻole e waiho pū ana me ka lole olonā, akā, ua ʻopeʻope ʻia ma kahi ʻē.as well as the burial cloth that had been around Jesus' head. The cloth was folded up by itself, separate from the linen.
Kol 2:19Me ka mālama ʻole i ke Poʻo, i ka mea i hānai ʻia mai ai ke kino a pau, i paʻa i nā ʻami a me nā olonā, ua māhuahua aku ia i ko ke Akua hoʻomāhuahua ʻana mai.He has lost connection with the Head, from whom the whole body, supported and held together by its ligaments and sinews, grows as God causes it to grow.
Hōʻik 15:6A puka maila nā ʻānela ʻehiku mai loko mai o ka luakini, me nā mea ʻino ʻehiku, ua ʻaʻahu ʻia i ka lole olonā aʻiaʻi keʻokeʻo, ua kāʻei ʻia ko lākou umauma i nā kāʻei gula.Out of the temple came the seven angels with the seven plagues. They were dressed in clean, shining linen and wore golden sashes around their chests.
Kin 32:32No ia mea, ʻaʻole e ʻai nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela i ke olonā i ʻeʻeke, ka mea ma ka ʻūhā, a hiki i kēia lā: no ka mea, papaʻi maila kēlā i ka hena o ko Iakoba ʻūhā ma ke olonā i ʻeʻeke.Therefore to this day the Israelites do not eat the tendon attached to the socket of the hip, because the socket of Jacob’s hip was touched near the tendon.
Kin 49:6Ma ko lāua wahi ʻōhumu ʻaʻole e hele aku kuʻu ʻuhane, ma ko lāua hālāwai ʻaʻole e hui pū ʻia aku koʻu nani: no ka mea, no ko lāua inaina pepehi ihola lāua i ke kanaka, a no ko lāua makemake ʻoki ihola lāua i ke olonā wāwae o ka bipi.Let me not enter their council, let me not join their assembly, for they have killed men in their anger and hamstrung oxen as they pleased.
Puk 9:31A make ihola ke olonā, a me ka palaoa huluhulu, no ka mea, ua pua aʻela ka palaoa huluhulu, a ua pua ke olonā.(The flax and barley were destroyed, since the barley had headed and the flax was in bloom.
Puk 25:4He lole uliuli, a me ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ka lole olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka hulu kao,blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen; goat hair;
Puk 26:1E hana nō ʻoe i ka halelewa me nā pale he ʻumi, he olonā i hilo ʻia, he uliuli, he poni a me ka ʻulaʻula; he mau kerubima kekahi, ʻo ka hana a ka poʻe akamai;“Make the tabernacle with ten curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim woven into them by a skilled worker.
Puk 26:31A e hana hoʻi ʻoe i pākū, he uliuli a me ka poni a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, ʻo ka hana a ka poʻe akamai: e hana ʻia hoʻi ia me nā kerubima.“Make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen, with cherubim woven into it by a skilled worker.
Puk 26:36A e hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i pale no ka puka komo o ka halelewa, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, i hana ʻia e ka mea humuhumu lopi ʻano ʻē.“For the entrance to the tent make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen — the work of an embroiderer.
Puk 27:9E hana nō hoʻi ʻoe i kahua no ka halelewa: no ka ʻaoʻao hema, ma ke kūkulu ʻākau, i mau pākū no ke kahua, he olonā i hilo ʻia, hoʻokahi haneri kūbita ka lōʻihi no ka ʻaoʻao hoʻokahi:“Make a courtyard for the tabernacle. The south side shall be a hundred cubits long and is to have curtains of finely twisted linen,
Puk 27:16A no ka puka o ke kahua, he pākū, he iwakālua kūbita ka lōʻihi, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, i hana ʻia e ka mea humuhumu lopi ʻano ʻē: ʻehā ko lākou mau kia, a me ko lākou mau kumu ʻehā.“For the entrance to the courtyard, provide a curtain twenty cubits long, of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen — the work of an embroiderer — with four posts and four bases.
Puk 27:18ʻO ka lōʻihi o ke kahua, hoʻokahi haneri kūbita, a ʻo ka laulā, he kanalima, mai ʻō a ʻō; a ʻo ke kiʻekiʻe, ʻelima nō kūbita, he olonā i hilo ʻia, a ʻo ko lākou mau kumu, he keleawe.The courtyard shall be a hundred cubits long and fifty cubits wide, with curtains of finely twisted linen five cubits high, and with bronze bases.
Puk 28:6E hana lākou i ka ʻēpoda, he gula, a he lole uliuli, i poni, a ʻulaʻula, a he olonā i hilo ʻia, i humuhumu ʻia e ka poʻe akamai.“Make the ephod of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen — the work of skilled hands.
Puk 28:8A ʻo ke kāʻei o ka ʻēpoda ma luna iho, hoʻokahi nō ʻano me ia, ma ka hana ʻana, he gula, he uliuli, he poni, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia.Its skillfully woven waistband is to be like it — of one piece with the ephod and made with gold, and with blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and with finely twisted linen.
Puk 28:15A e hana ʻoe i ka pale umauma o ka hoʻoponopono ʻana; he hana na ka poʻe akamai, e like me ka hana ʻana i ka ʻēpoda, pēlā ʻoe e hana ai: he gula, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, he olonā i hilo ʻia, pēlā ʻoe e hana ai.“Fashion a breastpiece for making decisions — the work of skilled hands. Make it like the ephod: of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen.
Puk 28:39E hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻoe i ka pālule olonā, a e hana ʻoe i ka pāpale hainikā, he olonā; a e hana ʻoe i ke kāʻei, he humuhumu ʻōniʻoniʻo.“Weave the tunic of fine linen and make the turban of fine linen. The sash is to be the work of an embroiderer.
Puk 28:42E hana ʻoe i wāwae olonā e uhi ai i ko lākou wahi huna; mai ka pūhaka a i ka ʻūhā ka lōʻihi:“Make linen undergarments as a covering for the body, reaching from the waist to the thigh.
Puk 35:6A i uliuli, a i poni, a i ʻulaʻula, a i olonā keʻokeʻo, a i hulu kao;blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen; goat hair;
Puk 35:23A ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i loaʻa iā ia ka uliuli, ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka hulu kao, a me nā ʻili ʻulaʻula o nā hipa kāne, a me nā ʻili tehasa, lawe mai nō lākou ia mau mea.Everyone who had blue, purple or scarlet yarn or fine linen, or goat hair, ram skins dyed red or the other durable leather brought them.
Puk 35:25A ʻo nā wāhine a pau i akamai ma ka naʻau, milo lākou me ko lākou lima, a lawe maila i ka mea a lākou i milo ai, i ka uliuli, a me ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā keʻokeʻo.Every skilled woman spun with her hands and brought what she had spun — blue, purple or scarlet yarn or fine linen.
Puk 35:35Ua hoʻopiha ʻo ia iā lāua i ke akamai o ka naʻau, e hana i nā hana a pau, ʻo ka mea kahakaha, a me ka mea hana akamai, a me ka mea humuhumu i ka uliuli, a me ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka mea ʻupena, a me ka mea hana i nā hana a pau, a me ka mea ʻimi i ka hana akamai.He has filled them with skill to do all kinds of work as engravers, designers, embroiderers in blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen, and weavers — all of them skilled workers and designers.
Puk 36:8A ʻo ka poʻe mea naʻau akamai a pau i hana i ka hana o ka halelewa, hana lākou i ʻumi mau pale, he olonā i hilo ʻia, he uliuli, he poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula; hana nō ʻo ia ia mau mea nā kerubima, ʻo ka hana a ka poʻe akamai.All those who were skilled among the workers made the tabernacle with ten curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim woven into them by expert hands.
Puk 36:35A hana ihola ʻo ia i pākū, he uliuli, a he ʻulaʻula, a he olonā i hilo ʻia, a hana nō hoʻi i nā kerubima, he hana na ka mea akamai.They made the curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen, with cherubim woven into it by a skilled worker.
Puk 36:37Hana ihola nō hoʻi ʻo ia i pale no ka puka komo o ka halelewa, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, ka hana a ka mea humuhumu lope ʻano ʻē;For the entrance to the tent they made a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen — the work of an embroiderer;
Puk 38:9A hana ʻo ia i ke kahua, ma ka ʻaoʻao hema, ma ka hema hoʻi; a ʻo nā pale o ke kahua, he olonā ia i hilo ʻia, hoʻokahi haneri kūbita.Next they made the courtyard. The south side was a hundred cubits long and had curtains of finely twisted linen,
Puk 38:16ʻO nā pale a pau a puni ke kahua, he olonā nō i hilo ʻia.All the curtains around the courtyard were of finely twisted linen.
Puk 38:18A ʻo ka pale o ka puka o ke kahua, he hana nō ia a ka mea humuhumu lope ʻano ʻē, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, he olonā i hilo ʻia: he iwakālua kūbita ka lōʻihi, a ʻo ke kiʻekiʻe ma ka laulā, ʻelima nō kūbita, e like me nā pale o ke kahua.The curtain for the entrance to the courtyard was made of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen — the work of an embroiderer. It was twenty cubits long and, like the curtains of the courtyard, five cubits high,
Puk 38:23A me ia pū nō ʻo ʻAholiaba, ke keiki a ʻAhisamaka, no ka ʻohana a Dana, he kahuna kālai, he mea akamai i ka hana, a he mea humuhumu lope ʻano ʻē, he uliuli, a he poni, a he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā keʻokeʻo.with him was Oholiab son of Ahisamak, of the tribe of Dan — an engraver and designer, and an embroiderer in blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen.)
Puk 39:2A hana ihola ʻo ia i ka ʻēpoda, he gula, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia.They made the ephod of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen.
Puk 39:3A kuʻi lākou i ke gula a lahilahi, a ʻokiʻoki ihola i kaula, i mea hana pū me ka uliuli, a me ka poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, he hana na ka mea akamai.They hammered out thin sheets of gold and cut strands to be worked into the blue, purple and scarlet yarn and fine linen — the work of skilled hands.
Puk 39:5A ʻo ke kāʻei o kona ʻēpoda, ka mea ma luna ona, ʻo ia ʻano hoʻokahi nō, e like me ia i hana ʻia, he gula, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia, me kā Iēhova i kauoha mai ai iā Mose.Its skillfully woven waistband was like it — of one piece with the ephod and made with gold, and with blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and with finely twisted linen, as the Lord commanded Moses.
Puk 39:8A hana ihola ʻo ia i ka pale umauma, he hana na ka mea akamai, e like me ka hana ʻana i ka ʻēpoda, he gula, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia.They fashioned the breastpiece — the work of a skilled craftsman. They made it like the ephod: of gold, and of blue, purple and scarlet yarn, and of finely twisted linen.
Puk 39:24A hana lākou i mau pomegerane ma nā lepa o ka holokū, he uliuli, he poni, he ʻulaʻula, a me ke olonā i hilo ʻia.They made pomegranates of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen around the hem of the robe.
Puk 39:27A hana nō hoʻi lākou i mau pālule, he olonā i hilo ʻia, ʻo ka hana a ka mea ulana, no ʻAʻarona, a no kāna mau keiki kāne,For Aaron and his sons, they made tunics of fine linen — the work of a weaver —
Puk 39:28A me ka pāpale hainakā, he olonā keʻokeʻo, a me nā pāpale migebo, he olonā keʻokeʻo, a me nā wāwae, he olonā i hilo ʻia,and the turban of fine linen, the linen caps and the undergarments of finely twisted linen.
Puk 39:29A me ke kāʻei he olonā i hilo ʻia, he uliuli, he poni, a me ka ʻulaʻula, he mea i humuhumu ʻia: me kā Iēhova i kauoha mai ai iā Mose.The sash was made of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn — the work of an embroiderer — as the Lord commanded Moses.
ʻOihk 6:10E komo hoʻi ke kahuna i kona kapa olonā, a komo nō kona lole wāwae olonā i kona ʻiʻo, a e hao ia i ka lehu i pau i ke ahi me ka mōhai, ma luna o ke kuahu, a e waiho iho ma ka ʻaoʻao o ke kuahu.The priest shall then put on his linen clothes, with linen undergarments next to his body, and shall remove the ashes of the burnt offering that the fire has consumed on the altar and place them beside the altar.
ʻOihk 13:47ʻO ke kapa hoʻi ko loko ona ka maʻi lēpera, inā he kapa hulu hipa, inā he kapa olonā;“As for any fabric that is spoiled with a defiling mold — any woolen or linen clothing,
ʻOihk 13:48Inā ma ka maʻawe loloa, a inā ma ka maʻawe pokopoko, ʻo ke olonā paha, ʻo ka hulu hipa; a inā ma ka ʻili, a inā ma kekahi mea i hana ʻia o ka ʻili;any woven or knitted material of linen or wool, any leather or anything made of leather —
ʻOihk 13:52E puhi hoʻi ʻo ia ia kapa, inā he maʻawe loloa, inā he maʻawe pokopoko, a inā ma ka hulu hipa, inā ma ke olonā, a inā ma ko ka ʻili, kahi e noho ai ka lēpera; no ka mea he lēpera ʻaʻai ia, e hoʻopau ʻia ia i ke ahi.He must burn the fabric, the woven or knitted material of wool or linen, or any leather article that has been spoiled; because the defiling mold is persistent, the article must be burned.
ʻOihk 13:59ʻO ia ke kānāwai o ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa hulu hipa, a he olonā, ma ka maʻawe loloa paha, ka maʻawe pokopoko paha, a he mea ʻili paha, a e ʻōlelo ai he maʻemaʻe, a e ʻōlelo ai hoʻi he haumia.These are the regulations concerning defiling molds in woolen or linen clothing, woven or knitted material, or any leather article, for pronouncing them clean or unclean.
ʻOihk 16:4E hoʻokomo ʻo ia i kahi kapa komo olonā hoʻāno, a ʻo ka lole wāwae olonā kahi ma kona ʻiʻo, a e kāʻei ʻia ʻo ia me ke kāʻei olonā, a me ka pāpale olonā ʻo ia e kāhiko ʻia ai: ʻo ia nā kapa hoʻāno; no laila e holoi ʻo ia i kona ʻiʻo i ka wai, a pēlā e hoʻokomo ai ia mau mea.He is to put on the sacred linen tunic, with linen undergarments next to his body; he is to tie the linen sash around him and put on the linen turban. These are sacred garments; so he must bathe himself with water before he puts them on.
ʻOihk 16:23A e komo ʻo ʻAʻarona ma loko o ka halelewa o ke anaina, a e hoʻohemo aʻe i kona kapa olonā, āna i hoʻokomo ai i kona wā i hele ai i loko o kahi hoʻāno, a e waiho iho ia mau mea ma laila.“Then Aaron is to go into the tent of meeting and take off the linen garments he put on before he entered the Most Holy Place, and he is to leave them there.
ʻOihk 16:32A ʻo ke kahuna āna e poni ai, a e hoʻolaʻa ai, e hana ma ka ʻoihana kahuna ma kahi o kona makua kāne, ʻo ia ke hana i kalahala, a e hoʻokomo i nā kapa olonā, i nā kapa hoʻāno.The priest who is anointed and ordained to succeed his father as high priest is to make atonement. He is to put on the sacred linen garments
ʻOihk 19:19E mālama ʻoukou i koʻu mau kānāwai. Mai kuʻu aku ʻoe e hoʻohānau kāu holoholona me ka holoholona ʻano ʻokoʻa; ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe e lūlū i kou mahina ʻai, me nā hua ʻano ʻelua; ʻaʻole hoʻi e kau i ke kapa olonā me ka hulu hipa i hui ʻia, ma luna ou.“‘Keep my decrees. “‘Do not mate different kinds of animals. “‘Do not plant your field with two kinds of seed. “‘Do not wear clothing woven of two kinds of material.
Kānl 22:11Mai ʻaʻahu ʻoe i ke kapa kūʻē nā ʻano, ʻo ka hulu hipa i hui pū ʻia me ke olonā.Do not wear clothes of wool and linen woven together.
Ios 2:6Akā, ua lawe aʻela ia iā lāua ma luna o ka hale, a hūnā ihola iā lāua ma lalo iho o kahi olonā āna i hoʻonohonoho ai, ma ia wahi ma luna.(But she had taken them up to the roof and hidden them under the stalks of flax she had laid out on the roof.)
Ios 11:6ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova iā Iosua, Mai makaʻu ʻoe iā lākou, no ka mea, ke hiki i kēia hora i ka lā ʻapōpō, naʻu nō e hāʻawi aku iā lākou a pau e make i mua i ke alo o ka ʻIseraʻela; a e ʻoki ʻoukou i ke olonā o ko lākou mau lio, a e puhi aku i ko lākou hale kaʻa i ke ahi.The Lord said to Joshua, “Do not be afraid of them, because by this time tomorrow I will hand all of them, slain, over to Israel. You are to hamstring their horses and burn their chariots.”
Ios 11:9Hana aku nō hoʻi ʻo Iosua iā lākou e like me kā Iēhova kauoha ʻana iā ia; a ʻoki ihola i ke olonā o nā lio, a puhi akula i nā hale kaʻa i ke ahi.Joshua did to them as the Lord had directed: He hamstrung their horses and burned their chariots.
Lunk 15:14Hele aʻela ia a Lehi, hoʻōho kūʻē maila ko Pilisetia iā ia; a kau maila ka ʻUhane o Iēhova ma luna ona, lilo ihola nā kaula ma luna o kona mau lima e like me ke olonā i pau i ke ahi, a popo ihola kona mea paʻa ma kona lima.As he approached Lehi, the Philistines came toward him shouting. The Spirit of the Lord came powerfully upon him. The ropes on his arms became like charred flax, and the bindings dropped from his hands.
1-Sam 2:18Akā ʻo Samuʻela, he keiki, lawelawe nō ia i mua o Iēhova, i kāʻei ʻia i ka ʻēpoda olonā.But Samuel was ministering before the Lord — a boy wearing a linen ephod.
1-Sam 22:18ʻĪ akula ke aliʻi iā Doega, E huli aʻe ʻoe, a lele ma luna o nā kāhuna. A huli aʻela ʻo Doega, ka ʻEdoma, a lele ma luna o nā kāhuna, a pepehi ihola ia lā i nā kānaka he kanawalukumamālima i pūliki ʻia i ka ʻēpoda olonā.The king then ordered Doeg, "You turn and strike down the priests." So Doeg the Edomite turned and struck them down. That day he killed eighty-five men who wore the linen ephod.
2-Sam 6:14Haʻa ikaika akula hoʻi ʻo Dāvida i mua o Iēhova; a ua kāʻei ʻia ʻo Dāvida i ka ʻēpoda olonā.David, wearing a linen ephod, danced before the LORD with all his might,
2-Sam 8:4Lawe pio akula hoʻi ʻo Dāvida mai ona aku lā i nā hoʻoholo lio hoʻokahi tausani me nā haneri ʻehiku, a me nā tausani kānaka hele wāwae he iwakālua; a ʻoki ihola ʻo Dāvida i ke olonā wāwae o nā lio no nā hale kaʻa; akā, ua hoʻokoe ia i hoʻokahi haneri o nā lio hale kaʻa.David captured a thousand of his chariots, seven thousand charioteers and twenty thousand foot soldiers. He hamstrung all but a hundred of the chariot horses.
1-ʻOihn 15:27Ua ʻaʻahu ʻia ʻo Dāvida i ka ʻaʻahu mākuʻe, a me nā Levi e amo ana i ka pahu a me ka poʻe memele, a ʻo Kenania ke kumu aʻo i ka mele, a me ka poʻe memele: ma luna hoʻi ʻo Dāvida kekahi ʻēpoda olonā.Now David was clothed in a robe of fine linen, as were all the Levites who were carrying the ark, and as were the singers, and Kenaniah, who was in charge of the singing of the choirs. David also wore a linen ephod.
1-ʻOihn 18:4Lawe aʻela ʻo Dāvida mai ona aku i nā hale kaʻa he tausani, me nā hoʻoholo lio ʻehiku tausani, a me nā tausani kānaka kani wāwae he iwakālua: ʻoki ihola hoʻi ʻo Dāvida i ke olonā wāwae o nā lio a pau o nā hale kaʻa; akā, hoʻokoe ihola ia i hoʻokahi haneri o nā lio hale kaʻa.David captured a thousand of his chariots, seven thousand charioteers and twenty thousand foot soldiers. He hamstrung all but a hundred of the chariot horses.
2-ʻOihn 5:12A ʻo nā Levi, ka poʻe hīmeni a pau na ʻAsapa, na Hemana, na Iedutuna, a me kā lākou poʻe keiki, a me ko lākou poʻe hoahānau i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ka ʻie olonā maikaʻi me nā kimebala, a me nā pesaleteri, a me nā lira, kū lākou i mua o ke kuahu, a me lākou pū nā kāhuna he haneri a me ka iwakālua, e hoʻokani ana i nā pū.)All the Levites who were musicians--Asaph, Heman, Jeduthun and their sons and relatives--stood on the east side of the altar, dressed in fine linen and playing cymbals, harps and lyres. They were accompanied by 120 priests sounding trumpets.
ʻEset 1:6ʻO nā pākū hoʻi, he lole huluhulu keʻokeʻo, a he olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka poni, ua paʻa i nā kaula huluhulu keʻokeʻo, maikaʻi, a me ka ʻulaʻula, i naki ʻia i loko o nā komo dālā, ma nā kia pōhaku keʻokeʻo. ʻO nā noho hilinaʻi, he gula ia a me ke kālā ma luna o ke kahua pōhaku ʻōmaʻomaʻo, a keʻokeʻo, i hoʻonoho pū ʻia me nā momi a me ka ʻea.The garden had hangings of white and blue linen, fastened with cords of white linen and purple material to silver rings on marble pillars. There were couches of gold and silver on a mosaic pavement of porphyry, marble, mother-of-pearl and other costly stones.
Ioba 10:11Ua uhi mai ʻoe iaʻu i ka ʻili a me ka ʻiʻo, A ua hoʻopaʻa mai ʻoe iaʻu i nā iwi a me nā olonā.clothe me with skin and flesh and knit me together with bones and sinews?
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.
Sol 3:8ʻO ia ke ola no kou mau olonā, A me ka lolo no kou mau iwi.This will bring health to your body and nourishment to your bones.
Sol 31:13ʻImi ʻo ia i ka hulu hipa a me ke olonā, ʻOluʻolu ʻo ia i ka hana me kona mau lima.She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands.
Sol 31:19ʻŌ aku kona mau lima ma kahi e kau ai ke olonā, Lālau kona mau lima i ka mea milo lope.In her hand she holds the distaff and grasps the spindle with her fingers.
Sol 31:24Hana ʻo ia i ka lole olonā maikaʻi, a kūʻai aku; Hāʻawi ʻo ia i nā kāʻei i ka poʻe kālepa.She makes linen garments and sells them, and supplies the merchants with sashes.
ʻIsaia 1:31E lilo nō ka mea ikaika, i huna olonā, A ʻo kāna hana hoʻi, i hunaahi, E wela pū nō ia mau mea ʻelua, ʻAʻohe mea nāna e kinai.The mighty man will become tinder and his work a spark; both will burn together, with no one to quench the fire."
ʻIsaia 19:9ʻO ka poʻe i hana i ke olonā i kahi ʻia, A me ka poʻe ulana i ka lole keʻokeʻo, E hilahila auaneʻi lākou.Those who work with combed flax will despair, the weavers of fine linen will lose hope.
ʻIsaia 48:4No ka mea, ʻike mua nō au, ua paʻakikī ʻoe, A ʻo kou ʻāʻī hoʻi, he olonā hao, A ʻo kou lae hoʻi, he keleawe.For I knew how stubborn you were; the sinews of your neck were iron, your forehead was bronze.
Ier 13:1Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova iaʻu penei, Ō hele, a e lawe nou i kāʻei olonā, a e hume ma kou pūhaka, a mai waiho hoʻi ia i loko o ka wai.This is what the LORD said to me: "Go and buy a linen belt and put it around your waist, but do not let it touch water."
ʻEzek 9:2Aia hoʻi, hele maila nā kānaka ʻeono mai ka ʻaoʻao mai o ka puka luna, e moe ana ma ke kūkulu ʻākau, e paʻa ana i ka lima o kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka kona mea ʻoi e luku ai; a i waena o lākou kekahi kanaka i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke olonā, a he ipu ʻīnika o ka mea kākau ma kona ʻaoʻao; a komo lākou i loko, a kū iho ma ka ʻaoʻao o ke kuahu keleawe.And I saw six men coming from the direction of the upper gate, which faces north, each with a deadly weapon in his hand. With them was a man clothed in linen who had a writing kit at his side. They came in and stood beside the bronze altar.
ʻEzek 9:3A ua piʻi aʻela ka nani o ke Akua o ʻIseraʻela, ma luna aʻe o ke keruba kahi i kau ai ia ma luna, i ka paepae o ka puka o ka hale. Kāhea akula ia i ke kanaka i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke olonā, ma kona ʻaoʻao ka ipu ʻīnika o ka mea kākau;Now the glory of the God of Israel went up from above the cherubim, where it had been, and moved to the threshold of the temple. Then the LORD called to the man clothed in linen who had the writing kit at his side
ʻEzek 9:11Aia ʻo ke kanaka i ʻaʻahu ʻia me ke olonā iā ia ka ipu ʻīnika ma kona ʻaoʻao, ua haʻi mai ʻo ia ia mea, ʻī maila, Ua hana aku au e like me kou kauoha ʻana mai iaʻu.Then the man in linen with the writing kit at his side brought back word, saying, "I have done as you commanded."
ʻEzek 10:2ʻŌlelo ihola ʻo ia i ke kanaka i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ka lole olonā, ʻī ihola, E hele aʻe ʻoe i waena o nā huila a ma lalo iho o ke keruba, a e hoʻopiha i kou poho lima i nā lānahu ahi mai waena mai o nā keruba, a e lūlū ma ke kūlanakauhale. A komo akula hoʻi ia i mua o koʻu mau maka.The LORD said to the man clothed in linen, "Go in among the wheels beneath the cherubim. Fill your hands with burning coals from among the cherubim and scatter them over the city." And as I watched, he went in.
ʻEzek 10:6Eia hoʻi kēia, i kāna kauoha ʻana i ke kanaka i ʻaʻahu ʻia me ka lole olonā, i ka ʻī ʻana aʻe, E lawe ʻoe i ke ahi mai waena aʻe o nā huila, mai waena aʻe o nā keruba; a laila komo aʻela ʻo ia a kū ihola ma ka ʻaoʻao o nā huila.When the LORD commanded the man in linen, "Take fire from among the wheels, from among the cherubim," the man went in and stood beside a wheel.
ʻEzek 10:7A hoʻopuka maila kekahi keruba i kona lima mai waena mai o nā keruba i ke ahi ka mea i waena o nā keruba, a lālau ihola, a hāʻawi i loko o ka lima o ka mea i ʻaʻahu ʻia i ka lole olonā; a lawe ihola ia a puka i waho.Then one of the cherubim reached out his hand to the fire that was among them. He took up some of it and put it into the hands of the man in linen, who took it and went out.
ʻEzek 16:10Hōʻaʻahu akula au iā ʻoe me nā kapa hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia, a hoʻokāmaʻa aku iā ʻoe me ka ʻili tahasa, kāʻei akula au iā ʻoe me ka olonā makaliʻi, a hoʻouhi aʻela iā ʻoe me ke silika.I clothed you with an embroidered dress and put leather sandals on you. I dressed you in fine linen and covered you with costly garments.
ʻEzek 16:13Kāhiko ʻia akula ʻoe me ke gula a me ke kālā, a ʻo kou kapa, he olonā, he silika, me ka mea ulana ʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia; a ʻo ka palaoa wali, a me ka meli, a me ka ʻaila kāu i ʻai ai. Nani loa akula ʻoe, a māhuahua kou pōmaikaʻi a aupuni ʻokoʻa ʻoe.So you were adorned with gold and silver; your clothes were of fine linen and costly fabric and embroidered cloth. Your food was fine flour, honey and olive oil. You became very beautiful and rose to be a queen.
ʻEzek 27:7ʻO ke olonā makaliʻi i hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia mai ʻAigupita mai, ʻo ia kāu mea i kau ai i peʻa nou; ʻo ka poni uliuli a me ka mākuʻe mai nā moku o ʻElisa, ʻo ia ka mea i uhi mai iā ʻoe.Fine embroidered linen from Egypt was your sail and served as your banner; your awnings were of blue and purple from the coasts of Elishah.
ʻEzek 27:16ʻO Suria hoʻi kou hoa kālepa no ka nui o kāu mau waiwai i hana ai; ua lawelawe lākou ma kou mau wahi i kālepa ai i nā ʻemerala, i ka mākuʻe, a me ka lole hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻia, a me ka lole olonā, a me ke ʻākoʻakoʻa, a me ka ʻagate." 'Aram did business with you because of your many products; they exchanged turquoise, purple fabric, embroidered work, fine linen, coral and rubies for your merchandise.
ʻEzek 37:6A e kau iho au i nā olonā ma luna o ʻoukou, a lawe mai au i ka ʻiʻo ma luna o ʻoukou, a e uhi iā ʻoukou i ka ʻili, a e hoʻokomo aʻe au i ke ea i loko o ʻoukou, a e ola ʻoukou; a e ʻike nō ʻoukou ʻo wau nō Iēhova ka Haku.I will attach tendons to you and make flesh come upon you and cover you with skin; I will put breath in you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the LORD.' "
ʻEzek 37:8A i koʻu nānā ʻana aku, aia hoʻi, piʻi mai nō nā olonā a me ka ʻiʻo ma luna o lākou, a uhi mai ka ʻili iā lākou ma luna; akā, ʻaʻole ea i loko o lākou.I looked, and tendons and flesh appeared on them and skin covered them, but there was no breath in them.
ʻEzek 40:3A lawe aʻe ʻo ia iaʻu i laila, aia hoʻi, he kanaka, ʻo kona ʻano ua like me ke keleawe i ka nānā aku, a he kaula olonā i loko o kona lima, a me ke ana ʻohe; a ua kū ihola ia ma loko o ka ʻīpuka.He took me there, and I saw a man whose appearance was like bronze; he was standing in the gateway with a linen cord and a measuring rod in his hand.
ʻEzek 44:17A ʻo kēia hoʻi, i ko lākou komo ʻana aʻe ma loko ma nā ʻīpuka o ka pā hale i loko, e hoʻokomo lākou i nā kapa komo olonā; ʻaʻole e kau mai ka huluhulu ma luna o lākou, i ka wā e lawelawe ai lākou ma nā ʻīpuka o ka pā hale loko, a ma loko aʻe." 'When they enter the gates of the inner court, they are to wear linen clothes; they must not wear any woolen garment while ministering at the gates of the inner court or inside the temple.
ʻEzek 44:18E pāpale lākou i nā pāpale hainakā olonā ma ko lākou mau poʻo, a e hoʻokomo i nā lole wāwae olonā ma ko lākou mau pūhaka: ʻaʻole lākou e kāʻei iā lākou iho me ka mea hoʻokahe i ka hou.They are to wear linen turbans on their heads and linen undergarments around their waists. They must not wear anything that makes them perspire.
Dan 10:5A laila, leha aʻela koʻu mau maka, nānā akula au, aia hoʻi, he kanaka ua ʻaʻahu ʻia i ke kapa olonā, a ʻo kona pūhaka ua kākoʻo ʻia i ke gula maikaʻi o ʻUpaza:I looked up and there before me was a man dressed in linen, with a belt of the finest gold around his waist.
Dan 12:6ʻŌlelo akula kekahi i ke kanaka i hōʻaʻahu ʻia i ke olonā, ka mea i noho ma luna o ka wai o ua muliwai lā, Pehea ka lōʻihi a hiki i ka hopena o kēia mau mea kupaianaha?One of them said to the man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, "How long will it be before these astonishing things are fulfilled?"
Dan 12:7A hoʻolohe aku au i kā ua kanaka lā i hōʻaʻahu ʻia i ke olonā, ka mea ma luna o ka wai o ka muliwai, a i kona kīkoʻo ʻana i kona lima ʻākau a me kona lima hema i ka lani, a hoʻohiki ma ka Mea e ola mau loa ana, ma ka manawa, a me nā manawa, a me ka hapa o ka manawa, a hoʻopau ʻia ka hoʻopuehu ʻana i ka ikaika o ka poʻe kānaka laʻa, a laila e hoʻokō ʻia ai ia mau mea a pau.The man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, lifted his right hand and his left hand toward heaven, and I heard him swear by him who lives forever, saying, "It will be for a time, times and half a time. When the power of the holy people has been finally broken, all these things will be completed."
Hos 2:5No ka mea, ua moekolohe ko lākou makuahine, Ua hana hilahila ka mea nāna lākou i hāpai: No ka mea, ʻī ihola ia, E hele aku au ma muli o kuʻu mau ipo, Ka poʻe i hāʻawi mai i kaʻu ʻai, a me koʻu wai, i koʻu hulu hipa a me kuʻu olonā, ʻo koʻu ʻaila, a me koʻu mea inu.Their mother has been unfaithful and has conceived them in disgrace. She said, 'I will go after my lovers, who give me my food and my water, my wool and my linen, my oil and my drink.'
Hos 2:9No ia mea, e hoʻi hou mai au, a e lawe aku i kaʻu palaoa i kona manawa, A me kaʻu waina hou i kona manawa iho, E lawe aku hoʻi au i koʻu hulu hipa, a me koʻu olonā, nā mea i uhi ai i kona ʻōlohelohe."Therefore I will take away my grain when it ripens, and my new wine when it is ready. I will take back my wool and my linen, intended to cover her nakedness.

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