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wahine

1. nvs. woman, lady, wife; sister-in-law, female cousin-in-law of a man; queen in a deck of cards; womanliness, female, femininity; feminine; Mrs.; to have or obtain a wahine; to become a woman, as an adolescent. In some chants, as those about Pele, the word wahine has a connotation of goddess (see ex., ʻolokaʻa).
2. n. plant names. see below.

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Mat 1:6Na Iese ʻo Dāvida ke aliʻi; na Dāvida na ke aliʻi lāua me ka wahine a ʻUria ʻo Solomona;and Jesse the father of King David. David was the father of Solomon, whose mother had been Uriah's wife,
Mat 1:20A i kona noʻonoʻo ʻana ma ia mau mea, aia hoʻi, ʻike ʻia aku ka ʻānela a ka Haku e ia ma ka moe, ʻī maila, E Iosepa, e ka mamo a Dāvida, mai makaʻu ʻoe ke lawe iā Maria i wahine nāu; no ka mea, ua hāpai ʻo ia na ka ʻUhane Hemolele.But after he had considered this, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, "Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because what is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit.
Mat 1:23Aia hoʻi, e hāpai ana kekahi wahine puʻupaʻa, a e hānau mai ia i keiki kāne, a e kapa ʻia kona inoa ʻo ʻEMANUʻELA; ʻo ke ʻano kēia, ʻo ke Akua me kākou."The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and they will call him Immanuel"--which means, "God with us."
Mat 1:24A ala aʻela ʻo Iosepa mai ka hiamoe ʻana, hana akula ia e like me kā ka ʻānela a ka Haku i kauoha mai ai iā ia, a lawe maila ia i kāna wahine;When Joseph woke up, he did what the angel of the Lord had commanded him and took Mary home as his wife.
Mat 5:28Eia hoʻi kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻO ka mea e nānā wale aku i ka wahine i mea e kuko hewa aku ai iā ia, ua moekolohe nō ʻo ia me ia ma kona naʻau.But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.
Mat 5:31Ua ʻōlelo ʻia mai nō, ʻO ka mea hoʻohemo i kāna wahine, e hāʻawi aku ia nāna i ka palapala no ka hemo ʻana:"It has been said, 'Anyone who divorces his wife must give her a certificate of divorce.'
Mat 5:32Eia hoʻi kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻO ka mea hoʻohemo wale i kāna wahine, ke ʻole ia no ka moekolohe, nāna nō ia e hoʻomoekolohe aku; a ʻo ka mea e mare i ua wahine hemo lā, ua moekolohe nō ia.But I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, causes her to become an adulteress, and anyone who marries the divorced woman commits adultery.
Mat 8:14Komo aʻela ʻo Iesū i loko o ka hale o Petero, ʻike ihola ia i kona makuahōnōai wahine e moe ana i ka maʻi kuni.When Jesus came into Peter's house, he saw Peter's mother-in-law lying in bed with a fever.
Mat 9:20Aia hoʻi, he wahine heʻe koko i nā makahiki he ʻumikumamālua, hele akula ia ma hope iho ona, a hoʻopā akula i ka lepa o kona ʻaʻahu:Just then a woman who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years came up behind him and touched the edge of his cloak.
Mat 9:22Hāliu aʻela ʻo Iesū, ʻike aʻela iā ia, ʻī akula, E ke kaikamahine, e hoʻolana i kou manaʻo: ua hoʻōla mai kou manaʻoʻiʻo iā ʻoe. A ola koke ihola ua wahine lā ia hora.Jesus turned and saw her. "Take heart, daughter," he said, "your faith has healed you." And the woman was healed from that moment.
Mat 10:35No ka mea, i hele mai nei au e hoʻokūʻēʻē i ke kanaka i kona makua kāne, a i ke kaikamahine i kona makuahine, a i ka hūnōna wahine i kona makuahūnōai wahine.For I have come to turn " 'a man against his father, a daughter against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law--
Mat 12:42I ka lā hoʻokolokolo e kūʻē mai auaneʻi ke aliʻi wahine o ke kūkulu hema i kēia hanauna, a e hoʻohewa mai iā lākou nei; no ka mea, i hele mai ia mai nā palena o ka honua e hoʻolohe i ka ʻōlelo naʻauao a Solomona; eia hoʻi, ma ʻaneʻi kekahi i ʻoi aku ma mua o Solomona.The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with this generation and condemn it; for she came from the ends of the earth to listen to Solomon's wisdom, and now one greater than Solomon is here.
Mat 13:33ʻŌlelo maila hoʻi ʻo ia iā lākou i kekahi ʻōlelo nane hou. Ua like ke aupuni o ka lani me ka mea hū a kekahi wahine i lawe ai, a hui pū me nā sato palaoa ʻekolu, a pau aʻela ia i ka hū.He told them still another parable: "The kingdom of heaven is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into a large amount of flour until it worked all through the dough."
Mat 14:3No ka mea, hopu akula ʻo Herode iā Ioane a paʻa, a hahao akula iā ia i loko o ka hale paʻahao, no Herodia ka wahine a Pilipo a kona hoahānau.Now Herod had arrested John and bound him and put him in prison because of Herodias, his brother Philip's wife,
Mat 15:22Aia i laila kekahi wahine Kanaʻana no ia ʻāina i hele mai ai, kāhea maila iā ia, ʻī maila, E ka Haku, ka mamo a Dāvida, e aloha mai ʻoe iaʻu, ua uluhia loa kuʻu kaikamahine e ka daimonio.A Canaanite woman from that vicinity came to him, crying out, "Lord, Son of David, have mercy on me! My daughter is suffering terribly from demon-possession."
Mat 15:25Hele maila ua wahine lā, moe ihola ia i mua ona, ʻī maila, E ka Haku, e kōkua mai ʻoe iaʻu.The woman came and knelt before him. "Lord, help me!" she said.
Mat 15:28A laila, ʻōlelo akula ʻo Iesū iā ia, ʻī akula, E ka wahine, nui kou manaʻoʻiʻo; me kāu makemake, pēlā e hana ʻia aku ai nou. A ola ihola kāna kaikamahine ia hora.Then Jesus answered, "Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted." And her daughter was healed from that very hour.
Mat 18:25ʻAʻole hoʻi āna mea e uku aku ai; kauoha akula kona haku e kūʻai lilo ʻia aku ʻo ia me kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki, a me kāna mea a pau loa, i loaʻa ai ka uku.Since he was not able to pay, the master ordered that he and his wife and his children and all that he had be sold to repay the debt.
Mat 19:3Hele maila kekahi poʻe Parisaio i ona lā, e hoʻāʻo aku iā ia, ʻī maila, He mea pono anei ke hōʻoki ke kāne i kāna wahine i kēlā hala i kēia hala.Some Pharisees came to him to test him. They asked, "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for any and every reason?"
Mat 19:4ʻŌlelo akula ia, ʻī akula iā lākou, ʻAʻole anei ʻoukou i heluhelu, ʻO ka mea nāna lāua i hana i kinohou, hana ihola ia, he kāne, he wahine?"Haven't you read," he replied, "that at the beginning the Creator 'made them male and female,'
Mat 19:5ʻĪ ihola ia, No kēia mea, e haʻalele ke kanaka i kona makua kāne a me kona makuahine, a e pili aku ia me kāna wahine, a e lilo lāua ʻelua i ʻiʻo hoʻokahi.and said, 'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh' ?
Mat 19:7ʻĪ maila lākou iā ia, No ke aha hoʻi ʻo Mose i kauoha mai ai, e hāʻawi aku na ka wahine i palapala hoʻohemo, a e hōʻoki aku iā ia?"Why then," they asked, "did Moses command that a man give his wife a certificate of divorce and send her away?"
Mat 19:9Ke ʻōlelo aku nei au iā ʻoukou, ʻo ka mea nāna e hōʻoki i kāna wahine, ke moekolohe ʻole ia, a e mare i ka wahine hou, ua moekolohe ia kāne; a ʻo ka mea nāna e mare ua wahine hemo lā, ua moekolohe hoʻi ia.I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for marital unfaithfulness, and marries another woman commits adultery."
Mat 19:10ʻĪ akula kāna poʻe haumāna iā ia, Inā paha pēlā ke kāne me kāna wahine, e aho nō ke mare ʻole.The disciples said to him, "If this is the situation between a husband and wife, it is better not to marry."
Mat 19:29ʻO ka mea haʻalele i nā hale, i nā hoahānau kāne, i nā hoahānau wahine, i ka makua kāne, i ka makuahine, i ka wahine, i nā keiki, i nā ʻāina hoʻi, no koʻu inoa, e loaʻa mai iā ia he pāhaneri, a e lilo mai iā ia ke ola mau loa.And everyone who has left houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or fields for my sake will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life.
Mat 22:24ʻĪ maila, E ke Kumu, i ʻōlelo mai ʻo Mose, Inā e make kekahi kanaka ʻaʻohe āna keiki, e mare nō kona kaikaina i kāna wahine e hoʻāla mai i hua na kona kaikuaʻana."Teacher," they said, "Moses told us that if a man dies without having children, his brother must marry the widow and have children for him.
Mat 22:25ʻEhiku mau hoahānau me mākou: mare ihola ka makahiapo i wahine, a make ihola, ʻaʻohe āna keiki; a lilo akula kāna wahine na kona kaikaina.Now there were seven brothers among us. The first one married and died, and since he had no children, he left his wife to his brother.
Mat 22:27Ma hope iho o lākou a pau, make ihola hoʻi ua wahine lā.Finally, the woman died.
Mat 22:28No laila, i ke ala hou ʻana, na ka mea hea o lākou a ʻehiku ua wahine lā? No ka mea, he wahine ia na lākou a pau ma mua.Now then, at the resurrection, whose wife will she be of the seven, since all of them were married to her?"
Mat 26:7Hele maila kekahi wahine i ona lā, me ka ipu ʻalabatero, ua piha i ka mea poni makamae, a ninini ihola ia ma luna o kona poʻo i kona noho ʻana e ʻai.a woman came to him with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, which she poured on his head as he was reclining at the table.
Mat 26:10A ʻike ihola ʻo Iesū, ʻī maila ʻo ia iā lākou, No ke aha lā ʻoukou e hoʻopilikia mai ai i ka wahine? He mea maikaʻi kāna i hana mai ai iaʻu.Aware of this, Jesus said to them, "Why are you bothering this woman? She has done a beautiful thing to me.
Mat 27:19A i kona noho ʻana ma ka noho hoʻokolokolo, hoʻouna maila kāna wahine i ona lā, ʻī maila, Mai mea iki aku ʻoe i ua kanaka hala ʻole lā; no ka mea, ua kaumaha loa wau nona i kēia lā ma ka moeʻuhane.While Pilate was sitting on the judge's seat, his wife sent him this message: "Don't have anything to do with that innocent man, for I have suffered a great deal today in a dream because of him."
Mar 1:30E moe ana ka makuahūnōai wahine o Simona, i ka maʻi kuni; a haʻi koke aʻela lākou iā Iesū nona.Simon's mother-in-law was in bed with a fever, and they told Jesus about her.
Mar 5:25Aia hoʻi he wahine heʻe koko, he ʻumi nā makahiki a me kumamālua;And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years.
Mar 5:33Akā, ʻo ua wahine lā, hele maila ia me ka makaʻu, a me ka haʻalulu, no ka mea, ua ʻike pono ia i ka mea i hana ʻia aʻe i loko ona, a haʻi pololei akula iā ia.Then the woman, knowing what had happened to her, came and fell at his feet and, trembling with fear, told him the whole truth.
Mar 6:17No ka mea, ua hoʻouna aku ʻo Herode, a hopu iā Ioane, a hoʻopaʻa iā ia i loko o ka hale paʻahao, no Herodia, no ka wahine a Pilipo, a kona kaikaina; no ka mea, ua mare ʻo Herode me ia.For Herod himself had given orders to have John arrested, and he had him bound and put in prison. He did this because of Herodias, his brother Philip's wife, whom he had married.
Mar 6:18A ua ʻōlelo aku ʻo Ioane iā ia, ʻAʻole pono kou lawe ʻana i ka wahine a kou kaikaina.For John had been saying to Herod, "It is not lawful for you to have your brother's wife."
Mar 7:25No ka mea, ua lohe ʻē nona kekahi wahine nāna ke kaikamahine i uluhia e ka ʻuhane ʻino, hele maila ia, a moe ihola ma kona mau wāwae.In fact, as soon as she heard about him, a woman whose little daughter was possessed by an evil spirit came and fell at his feet.
Mar 7:26He wahine Helene ia, no ka ʻāina ʻo Poinikia ma Suria mai; a nonoi aʻela ʻo ia iā ia, e mahiki aku i ka daimonio, mai loko aku o kāna kaikamahine.The woman was a Greek, born in Syrian Phoenicia. She begged Jesus to drive the demon out of her daughter.
Mar 10:2Hele maila ka poʻe Parisaio i ona lā, me ka hoʻāʻo mai iā ia, ʻī maila, He mea pono anei i ke kāne ke hōʻoki i kāna wahine?Some Pharisees came and tested him by asking, "Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife?"
Mar 10:6Akā, i kinohi o ka honua nei, hana ke Akua iā lāua, he kāne, he wahine."But at the beginning of creation God 'made them male and female.'
Mar 10:7No laila hoʻi e haʻalele ai ke kanaka i kona makua kāne, a me kona makuahine, a e hoʻopili ia i kāna wahine:'For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife,
Mar 10:11ʻĪ maila ʻo ia iā lākou, ʻO ka mea hōʻoki i kāna wahine, a mare hou i kekahi, he moekolohe nō kāna iā ia.He answered, "Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery against her.
Mar 10:12A i hōʻoki ka wahine i kāna kāne a mare hou i kekahi, ua moekolohe nō hoʻi ia.And if she divorces her husband and marries another man, she commits adultery."
Mar 10:29ʻŌlelo maila Iesū, ʻī maila, He ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻaʻole ka mea i haʻalele i ka hale, i nā kaikuaʻana, i nā kaikuāhine, i ka wahine, i nā keiki, i nā ʻāina, noʻu nei a no ka ʻeuanelio,"I tell you the truth," Jesus replied, "no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel
Mar 12:19E ke kumu, ua palapala mai ʻo Mose iā mākou, Inā i make ke kaikuaʻana o kekahi kanaka, a koe ka wahine āna, ʻaʻole hoʻi āna keiki, na ke kaikaina nō e mare ia wahine, i loaʻa ke keiki na kona kaikuaʻana."Teacher," they said, "Moses wrote for us that if a man's brother dies and leaves a wife but no children, the man must marry the widow and have children for his brother.
Mar 12:20ʻEhiku nō nā keiki kāne; a mare akula ka hiapo i ka wahine, a make ia, ʻaʻole āna keiki.Now there were seven brothers. The first one married and died without leaving any children.
Mar 12:22A mare aʻela nō hoʻi ka poʻe ʻehiku a pau iā ia, ʻaʻole hoʻi a lākou keiki; a ma hope iho, make akula nō hoʻi ka wahine.In fact, none of the seven left any children. Last of all, the woman died too.
Mar 12:23No laila, i ke ala hou ʻana mai, a ala hou lākou, na wai lā uaneʻi o lākou ua wahine lā? No ka mea, moe aku nō lākou ʻehiku iā ia.At the resurrection whose wife will she be, since the seven were married to her?"
Mar 12:42Hele maila kekahi wahine kāne make hune, hoʻolei maila ia i ʻelua lepeta, a ʻo lāua pū, hoʻokahi ia keneta.But a poor widow came and put in two very small copper coins, worth only a fraction of a penny.
Mar 12:43A laila, kāhea maila i kāna poʻe haumāna, ʻī maila iā lākou, He ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻO kēia wahine kāne make hune, ua ʻoi aku kāna mea i hoʻolei iho ai, ma mua o ko lākou a pau, ka poʻe i hoʻolei iho i loko o ka waihona kālā:Calling his disciples to him, Jesus said, "I tell you the truth, this poor widow has put more into the treasury than all the others.
Mar 14:3A aia ia i Betania, i loko o ka hale o Simona ka lēpero, e moe ana e ʻai i laila, hele maila kekahi wahine me ka ipu ʻalabata, he mea poni ko loko, he ʻaila ʻala, he mea kumu kūʻai nui; a wehe ia i ka ipu, a ninini ihola ia i luna iho o kona poʻo.While he was in Bethany, reclining at the table in the home of a man known as Simon the Leper, a woman came with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, made of pure nard. She broke the jar and poured the perfume on his head.
Mar 14:5Inā paha i kūʻai ʻia aku ia, ʻekolu haneri denari a keu aku paha i loaʻa mai, i mea hāʻawi aku no ka poʻe ʻilihune. ʻŌhumu ihola lākou i ua wahine lā.It could have been sold for more than a year's wages and the money given to the poor." And they rebuked her harshly.
Luka 1:5I ke au iā Herode ke aliʻi o Iudea, e noho ana kekahi kahuna, ʻo Zakaria kona inoa, no ka papa o ʻAbia; a ʻo kāna wahine, no nā kaikamāhine ia a ʻAʻarona, ʻo ʻElisabeta kona inoa.In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth was also a descendant of Aaron.
Luka 1:13ʻĪ maila ka ʻānela iā ia, Mai makaʻu ʻoe, e Zakaria, no ka mea, ua lohe ʻia kāu pule; a e hānau ana kāu wahine ʻo ʻElisabeta i keiki kāne nāu, a e kapa aku ʻoe i kona inoa ʻo Ioane.But the angel said to him: "Do not be afraid, Zechariah; your prayer has been heard. Your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you are to give him the name John.
Luka 1:18Nīnau akula ʻo Zakaria i ka ʻānela, Ma hea lā wau e ʻike ai ia mea? No ka mea, he kanaka kahiko wau, a he nui nō hoʻi nā makahiki o kaʻu wahine.Zechariah asked the angel, "How can I be sure of this? I am an old man and my wife is well along in years."
Luka 1:24A, ma hope iho o ia mau lā, hāpai ihola kāna wahine, ʻo ʻElisabeta, a noho mehameha ihola ia i nā malama ʻelima, ʻī ihola,After this his wife Elizabeth became pregnant and for five months remained in seclusion.
Luka 1:27I ka wahine puʻupaʻa i hoʻopalau ʻia na kekahi kanaka, ʻo Iosepa ka inoa, no ka ʻohana a Dāvida; a ʻo Maria ka inoa o ua wahine puʻupaʻa lā.to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin's name was Mary.
Luka 1:36Aia hoʻi, ʻo ʻElisabeta ʻo kou hoahānau, ua hāpai aʻe nei i ke keiki kāne i kona wā luahine; eia hoʻi ke ono o ka malama o ka wahine i ʻī ʻia aʻe he pā.Even Elizabeth your relative is going to have a child in her old age, and she who was said to be barren is in her sixth month.
Luka 1:38ʻĪ akula ʻo Maria, Eia hoʻi ke kauā wahine a ka Haku; e like me kāu ʻōlelo, pēlā e hana ʻia mai ai noʻu. A laila, hele akula ka ʻānela mai ona aku."I am the Lord's servant," Mary answered. "May it be to me as you have said." Then the angel left her.
Luka 1:45Pōmaikaʻi hoʻi ka wahine i manaʻoʻiʻo; e hana ʻia nō nā mea i haʻi ʻia mai iā ia e ka Haku.Blessed is she who has believed that what the Lord has said to her will be accomplished!"
Luka 1:48No ka mea, ua nānā aloha mai ʻo ia i ka haʻahaʻa o kāna kauā wahine. Eia hoʻi, ma nēia hope aku e ʻī ʻia mai au e nā hanauna a pau, He pōmaikaʻi.for he has been mindful of the humble state of his servant. From now on all generations will call me blessed,
Luka 2:5I kākau ʻia ai me Maria ka wahine i hoʻopalau ʻia nāna, e kōkō ana.He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged to be married to him and was expecting a child.
Luka 2:36Ma laila hoʻi kekahi kāula wahine, ʻo ʻAna, ke kaikamahine a Panuʻela, na ka ʻohana a ʻAsera; he kahiko nō ia, a ʻehiku makahiki ona i noho pū ai me ke kāne, mai kona wā puʻupaʻa mai.There was also a prophetess, Anna, the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Asher. She was very old; she had lived with her husband seven years after her marriage,
Luka 2:37A he wahine kāne make ia, he kanawalukumamāhā makahiki ona, ʻaʻole hoʻi ia i haʻalele i ka luakini, akā, ua mālama mau ʻo ia i ke Akua me ka hoʻopōloli a me ka pule, i ka pō a me ke ao.and then was a widow until she was eighty-four. She never left the temple but worshiped night and day, fasting and praying.
Luka 3:19A ʻo Herode ke aliʻi kiaʻāina, ua aʻo ʻia e ia no Herodia ka wahine a Pilipo a kona hoahānau, a no nā mea hewa hoʻi a pau a Herode i hana ai,But when John rebuked Herod the tetrarch because of Herodias, his brother's wife, and all the other evil things he had done,
Luka 4:26ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻo ʻElia i hoʻouna ʻia aku i kekahi o lākou, i kahi wahine kāne make i Sarepeta ma Sidona.Yet Elijah was not sent to any of them, but to a widow in Zarephath in the region of Sidon.
Luka 4:38A hele ia i waho o ka hale hālāwai, komo akula ia i loko o ka hale o Simona; ua loʻohia ka makuahōnōai wahine o Simona e ke kuni nui; nonoi akula lākou iā Iesū nona.Jesus left the synagogue and went to the home of Simon. Now Simon's mother-in-law was suffering from a high fever, and they asked Jesus to help her.
Luka 4:39Kū aʻela ʻo Iesū i luna ma ona lā, pāpā ihola i ke kuni; haʻalele ihola ke kuni iā ia. Ala aʻela ia wahine i luna, a lawelawe na lākou.So he bent over her and rebuked the fever, and it left her. She got up at once and began to wait on them.
Luka 7:12A hoʻokokoke akula ʻo ia i ka ʻīpuka o ua kūlanakauhale lā, aia hoʻi, ua hali ʻia maila ma waho kekahi kanaka make, ke keiki kama kahi a kona makuahine, he wahine kāne make ia; a nui maila ko ke kūlanakauhale me ua wahine lā.As he approached the town gate, a dead person was being carried out--the only son of his mother, and she was a widow. And a large crowd from the town was with her.
Luka 7:37Aia hoʻi, he wahine ma ia kūlanakauhale, he wahine lawehala ia, a ʻike akula ʻo ia e noho ana ia e ʻai ma loko o ka hale o ua Parisaio lā, lawe maila hoʻi ia i ka ipu ʻalabata poni,When a woman who had lived a sinful life in that town learned that Jesus was eating at the Pharisee's house, she brought an alabaster jar of perfume,
Luka 7:39A ʻike aʻela ka Parisaio nāna i kono iā Iesū ʻōlelo ihola ia i loko ona, ʻī ihola, Inā he kāula kēia, inā ua ʻike ia i kēia wahine i hoʻopā iā ia a me kona ʻano; no ka mea, he wahine hewa ia.When the Pharisee who had invited him saw this, he said to himself, "If this man were a prophet, he would know who is touching him and what kind of woman she is--that she is a sinner."
Luka 7:44A hāliu aʻela ia i ka wahine, ʻī maila ʻo ia iā Simona, Ke ʻike nei anei ʻoe i kēia wahine? Ua komo mai nei au i loko o kou hale, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe i hāʻawi mai i wai no koʻu mau wāwae; akā, ua hoʻopulu iho kēia wahine i koʻu mau wāwae me ka waimaka, a ua holoi iho hoʻi me ka lauoho o kona poʻo.Then he turned toward the woman and said to Simon, "Do you see this woman? I came into your house. You did not give me any water for my feet, but she wet my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair.
Luka 7:45ʻAʻole ʻoe i honi mai iaʻu; akā, ʻo kēia wahine, mai koʻu komo ʻana mai, ʻaʻole ia i hoʻōki i ka honi ʻana i koʻu mau wāwae.You did not give me a kiss, but this woman, from the time I entered, has not stopped kissing my feet.
Luka 7:46ʻAʻole ʻoe i poni mai i kuʻu poʻo me ka ʻaila; akā, ua poni mai kēia wahine i koʻu mau wāwae me ka mea poni.You did not put oil on my head, but she has poured perfume on my feet.
Luka 7:48ʻĪ maila ia i ka wahine, Ua kala ʻia nā hewa ou.Then Jesus said to her, "Your sins are forgiven."
Luka 7:50ʻĪ maila ʻo ia i ka wahine, Ua ola ʻoe i kou manaʻoʻiʻo ʻana; e hele aku ʻoe me ka pōmaikaʻi.Jesus said to the woman, "Your faith has saved you; go in peace."
Luka 8:3A me Ioana ka wahine a Kuza a ka puʻukū o Herode, a me Susana, a me nā mea ʻē aʻe he nui, ʻo ka poʻe i mālama iā ia me kauwahi o ko lākou waiwai.Joanna the wife of Cuza, the manager of Herod's household; Susanna; and many others. These women were helping to support them out of their own means.
Luka 8:43A he wahine hoʻi, he ʻumikumamālua makahiki o kona heʻe koko ʻana, ua pau kona waiwai i nā kāhuna lapaʻau, ʻaʻohe o lākou mea e ola ai ia;And a woman was there who had been subject to bleeding for twelve years, but no one could heal her.
Luka 8:47A ʻike ihola ua wahine lā, ʻaʻole ia i nalo, hele haʻalulu aʻela ia, moe ihola i mua ona, hōʻike aʻela iā ia i mua o nā kānaka a pau i kāna mea i hoʻopā ai iā ia, a me kona ola koke ʻana iho.Then the woman, seeing that she could not go unnoticed, came trembling and fell at his feet. In the presence of all the people, she told why she had touched him and how she had been instantly healed.
Luka 10:38Eia kekahi, i ko lākou hele ʻana, komo akula ia i loko o kekahi kauhale; a ʻo kekahi wahine, ʻo Mareta kona inoa, i hoʻokipa iā ia i kona hale.As Jesus and his disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to him.
Luka 11:27Eia kekahi, iā ia e ʻōlelo ana i kēia mau mea, ʻo kekahi wahine o ka ʻaha kanaka hoʻokiʻekiʻe aʻela i kona leo, ʻī akula iā ia, Pōmaikaʻi ka ʻōpū nāna ʻoe i hānau mai, a me nā ū āu i omo ai.As Jesus was saying these things, a woman in the crowd called out, "Blessed is the mother who gave you birth and nursed you."
Luka 11:31ʻO ke aliʻi wahine no ke kūkulu hema, e kūʻē mai ia i nā kānaka o kēia hanauna, i ka hoʻokolokolo ʻana, a e hoʻāhewa iā lākou; no ka mea, ua hele mai nō ia mai nā palena mai o ka honua, e hoʻolohe i ka ʻōlelo akamai a Solomona; eia hoʻi ma ʻaneʻi ka mea i ʻoi aku ma mua o Solomona.The Queen of the South will rise at the judgment with the men of this generation and condemn them; for she came from the ends of the earth to listen to Solomon's wisdom, and now one greater than Solomon is here.
Luka 12:45Akā, i ʻōlelo kēlā kauā i loko o kona naʻau, Ua hoʻopaneʻe kuʻu haku i kona hoʻi ʻana mai; a i hoʻomaka hoʻi e pepehi i nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine, e ʻai ana hoʻi, a e inu ana a ʻona;But suppose the servant says to himself, 'My master is taking a long time in coming,' and he then begins to beat the menservants and maidservants and to eat and drink and get drunk.
Luka 12:53E kūʻē mai ka makua kāne i ke keiki kāne, a ʻo ke keiki kāne i ka makua kāne; a ʻo ka makuahine i ke kaikamahine, a ʻo ke kaikamahine i ka makuahine; a ʻo ka makuahōnōai wahine i kāna hūnōna wahine, a ʻo ka hūnōna wahine i kona makuahōnōai wahine.They will be divided, father against son and son against father, mother against daughter and daughter against mother, mother-in-law against daughter-in-law and daughter-in-law against mother-in-law."
Luka 13:11Aia hoʻi, i laila kekahi wahine, he maʻi kona he ʻumikumamāwalu makahiki, ua hoʻokūlou ʻia ʻo ia, ʻaʻole loa e hiki iā ia ke ea aʻe i luna.and a woman was there who had been crippled by a spirit for eighteen years. She was bent over and could not straighten up at all.
Luka 13:12A ʻike maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, kāhea maila ia, ʻī maila iā ia, E ka wahine, ua wehe ʻia ʻoe mai kou maʻi ʻana.When Jesus saw her, he called her forward and said to her, "Woman, you are set free from your infirmity."
Luka 13:16A ʻo kēia wahine, he mamo na ʻAberahama, i paʻa ʻia e Sātana i kēia mau makahiki he ʻumikumamāwalu, ʻeā, ʻaʻole anei e pono ke wehe ʻia ʻo ia i ka lā Sābati, mai kēia mea i paʻa ai?Then should not this woman, a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan has kept bound for eighteen long years, be set free on the Sabbath day from what bound her?"
Luka 13:21Ua like ia me ka mea hū a kekahi wahine i lawe ai a hui pū me nā sato palaoa ʻekolu, a pau aʻela ia i ka hū.It is like yeast that a woman took and mixed into a large amount of flour until it worked all through the dough."
Luka 14:20ʻĪ maila hoʻi kekahi, Ua mare iho nei au i ka wahine, no laila ʻaʻole e hiki iaʻu ke hele aku."Still another said, 'I just got married, so I can't come.'
Luka 14:26Inā i hele mai kekahi kanaka i oʻu nei me ka hoʻowahāwahā ʻole i kona makua kāne, a me kona makuahine, a me kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki, a me kona mau hoahānau, a me kona ola nei, ʻaʻole e hiki iā ia ke lilo mai i haumāna naʻu."If anyone comes to me and does not hate his father and mother, his wife and children, his brothers and sisters--yes, even his own life--he cannot be my disciple.
Luka 15:8A ʻo wai lā hoʻi ka wahine he mau hapawalu kāna he ʻumi, a i nalowale kekahi, ʻaʻole ia e kuni i ke kukui a kāhili i ka hale, a ʻimi ikaika a loaʻa ia iā ia?"Or suppose a woman has ten silver coins and loses one. Does she not light a lamp, sweep the house and search carefully until she finds it?
Luka 16:18ʻO ka mea i hoʻohemo i kāna wahine, a e mare aku hoʻi i kekahi, ʻo ia ke moekolohe. A ʻo ka mea i mare i ka wahine i hoʻohemo ʻia, ʻo ia ke moekolohe."Anyone who divorces his wife and marries another woman commits adultery, and the man who marries a divorced woman commits adultery.
Luka 17:32E hoʻomanaʻo i ka wahine a Lota.Remember Lot's wife!
Luka 18:3A ma kēlā kūlanakauhale kekahi wahine kāne make; a hele maila ia i ona lā, ʻī maila, E hoʻopono mai ʻoe iaʻu i koʻu ʻenemi.And there was a widow in that town who kept coming to him with the plea, 'Grant me justice against my adversary.'
Luka 18:5Akā hoʻi, no ke noi nui ʻana mai o kēia wahine kāne make iaʻu, e hoʻopono aku au iā ia nei, o hoʻoluhi mai ia iaʻu i kona hele pinepine ʻana mai.yet because this widow keeps bothering me, I will see that she gets justice, so that she won't eventually wear me out with her coming!' "
Luka 18:29ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ia iā lākou, He ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ʻO ka mea i haʻalele i ka hale, a me nā mākua, a me nā hoahānau, a me ka wahine, a me nā keiki no ke aupuni o ke Akua,"I tell you the truth," Jesus said to them, "no one who has left home or wife or brothers or parents or children for the sake of the kingdom of God
Luka 20:28ʻĪ akula, E ke Kumu, ua palapala mai ʻo Mose iā mākou, ʻO ka mea ua make kona kaikuaʻana ka mea wahine, a i make keiki ʻole, e mare aku kona kaikaina i kāna wahine, a e hoʻohānau keiki na kona kaikuaʻana."Teacher," they said, "Moses wrote for us that if a man's brother dies and leaves a wife but no children, the man must marry the widow and have children for his brother.
Luka 20:29ʻEhiku nō hoahānau kāne; a mare akula ka mua i ka wahine, a make keiki ʻole ia.Now there were seven brothers. The first one married a woman and died childless.
Luka 20:30A mare ihola kona hope mai i ua wahine lā, a make keiki ʻole nō hoʻi ia.The second
Luka 20:32A ma hope o lākou a pau, make ihola nō hoʻi ua wahine lā.Finally, the woman died too.
Luka 20:33A i ke ala hou ʻana, ʻo wai lā ka mea o lākou iā ia ka wahine? No ka mea, ua mare lākou a ʻehiku iā iaNow then, at the resurrection whose wife will she be, since the seven were married to her?"
Luka 21:2A ʻike aʻela ia i kekahi wahine kāne make ʻilihune, e hoʻolei ana i nā lepeta ʻelua i loko.He also saw a poor widow put in two very small copper coins.
Luka 21:3A ʻōlelo maila ia, He ʻoiaʻiʻo kaʻu e ʻōlelo aku nei iā ʻoukou, ua ʻoi aku ka mea a kēia wahine kāne make ʻilihune i hoʻolei ai i loko ma mua o kā lākou a pau."I tell you the truth," he said, "this poor widow has put in more than all the others.
Luka 21:4No ka mea, ʻo lākou nei a pau, ua hoʻolei i kauwahi o ko lākou waiwai nui i waena o nā makana no ke Akua; akā, ʻo kēia wahine, ua hoʻolei pau loa i loko i kāna mea hoʻi e ola ai.All these people gave their gifts out of their wealth; but she out of her poverty put in all she had to live on."
Luka 22:57A hōʻole akula ʻo ia iā Iesū, ʻī akula, E ka wahine, ʻaʻole au i ʻike ʻiā ia.But he denied it. "Woman, I don't know him," he said.
Ioane 2:4ʻŌlelo maila Iesū iā ia, E ka wahine, ʻo ke aha lā ia iā kāua? ʻAʻole i hiki mai koʻu manawa."Dear woman, why do you involve me?" Jesus replied. "My time has not yet come."
Ioane 3:29ʻO ka mea nāna ka wahine mare, ʻo ke kāne mare ia: akā, ʻo ka hoaaloha o ke kāne mare e kū ana, a e hoʻolohe ana iā ia, ʻo ia ke ʻoliʻoli nui i ka leo o ke kāne mare. Ua loaʻa hoʻi iaʻu kēia ʻoliʻoli.The bride belongs to the bridegroom. The friend who attends the bridegroom waits and listens for him, and is full of joy when he hears the bridegroom's voice. That joy is mine, and it is now complete.
Ioane 4:7Hele aʻela kekahi wahine no Samaria e huki wai: ʻī maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, Hō mai noʻu e inu.When a Samaritan woman came to draw water, Jesus said to her, "Will you give me a drink?"
Ioane 4:9A laila nīnau akula ka wahine no Samaria iā ia, No ke aha lā ʻoe, he Iudaio, e noi mai nei iaʻu, i ka wahine no Samaria, i mea inu? No ka mea, ʻaʻole e launa pū nā Iudaio me ko Samaria.The Samaritan woman said to him, "You are a Jew and I am a Samaritan woman. How can you ask me for a drink?" (For Jews do not associate with Samaritans. )
Ioane 4:11ʻŌlelo akula ka wahine iā ia, E ka Haku, ʻaʻole ou bākeke, a ua hohonu ka pūnāwai; no hea lā e loaʻa ai iā ʻoe ua wai ola lā?"Sir," the woman said, "you have nothing to draw with and the well is deep. Where can you get this living water?
Ioane 4:15ʻŌlelo akula ka wahine iā ia, E ka Haku, hō mai noʻu ua wai lā, i ʻole e make wai hou aku au, i ʻole hoʻi e hele hou mai i ʻaneʻi e huki.The woman said to him, "Sir, give me this water so that I won't get thirsty and have to keep coming here to draw water."
Ioane 4:17ʻŌlelo akula ka wahine, ʻī akula, ʻAʻohe aʻu kāne. ʻĪ maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, He pono kāu i ʻī mai nei, ʻAʻohe aʻu kāne;"I have no husband," she replied. Jesus said to her, "You are right when you say you have no husband.
Ioane 4:19ʻŌlelo akula ua wahine lā iā ia, E ka Haku, ke ʻike nei au he kāula ʻoe."Sir," the woman said, "I can see that you are a prophet.
Ioane 4:21ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, E ka wahine, e manaʻoʻiʻo mai i kaʻu, e hiki mai auaneʻi ka manawa, ʻaʻole ma kēia mauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi ma Ierusalema e hoʻomana aku ai ʻoukou i ka Makua.Jesus declared, "Believe me, woman, a time is coming when you will worship the Father neither on this mountain nor in Jerusalem.
Ioane 4:25ʻŌlelo akula ka wahine iā ia, Ua ʻike nō au e hele mai ana ka Mesia, ka mea i ʻōlelo ʻia ʻo Kristo; aia hiki mai ia, nāna nō e hoʻākāka mai nā mea a pau iā mākou.The woman said, "I know that Messiah" (called Christ) "is coming. When he comes, he will explain everything to us."
Ioane 4:27A laila hoʻi maila kāna poʻe haumāna, a kāhāhā ihola ko lākou naʻau i kāna kamaʻilio pū ʻana me ka wahine: ʻaʻole naʻe kekahi i nīnau aku iā ia, He aha kāu e ʻimi nei? A no ke aha lā kāu e kamaʻilio pū me ia?Just then his disciples returned and were surprised to find him talking with a woman. But no one asked, "What do you want?" or "Why are you talking with her?"
Ioane 4:28No laila haʻalele ka wahine i kona ipu wai, a hoʻi akula i ke kūlanakauhale, a ʻōlelo akula i nā kānaka,Then, leaving her water jar, the woman went back to the town and said to the people,
Ioane 4:39A nui ko Samaria poʻe o ua kūlanakauhale lā i manaʻoʻiʻo iā ia, no ka ʻōlelo a ka wahine i hōʻike aku ai, Ua haʻi mai ia iaʻu i nā mea a pau aʻu i hana ai.Many of the Samaritans from that town believed in him because of the woman's testimony, "He told me everything I ever did."
Ioane 4:42ʻĪ akula lākou i ka wahine, ʻAʻole mākou i manaʻoʻiʻo ma kāu ʻōlelo wale nō; no ka mea, ʻo mākou iho kekahi i lohe, a ʻike hoʻi, ʻo ka Hoʻōla ʻoiaʻiʻo kēia o ke ao nei, ʻo ka Mesia.They said to the woman, "We no longer believe just because of what you said; now we have heard for ourselves, and we know that this man really is the Savior of the world."
Ioane 8:3Alakaʻi akula nā kākau ʻōlelo a me nā Parisaio i ona lā i kekahi wahine i loaʻa e moekolohe ana; a hoʻokū akula iā ia i waena;The teachers of the law and the Pharisees brought in a woman caught in adultery. They made her stand before the group
Ioane 8:4ʻŌlelo akula lākou iā ia, E ke Kumu, ua loaʻa kēia wahine e moekolohe ana.and said to Jesus, "Teacher, this woman was caught in the act of adultery.
Ioane 8:9A lohe aʻela lākou, a ua hoʻāhewa ʻia lākou e ko lākou lunaʻikehala, hele pākahi akula lākou i waho, mai nā lunakahiko ka hoʻomaka ʻana, a hiki i ka poʻe i lalo loa; a koe ihola ʻo Iesū wale nō, a me ka wahine e kū ana i waena.At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time, the older ones first, until only Jesus was left, with the woman still standing there.
Ioane 8:10Ea aʻela ʻo Iesū i luna, ʻaʻohe mea ʻē aʻe āna i ʻike ai, ʻo ka wahine wale nō, nīnau maila iā ia, E ka wahine, ʻauhea lā kēlā poʻe i hoʻopiʻi mai nei iā ʻoe? ʻAʻole anei kekahi i hoʻopaʻi mai iā ʻoe?Jesus straightened up and asked her, "Woman, where are they? Has no one condemned you?"
Ioane 16:21ʻO ka wahine hānau keiki, he ʻehaʻeha kona, no ka mea, ua hiki mai kona hora; a i hānau ʻia ke keiki, ʻaʻohe ona manaʻo hou i ka pōpilikia, no ka ʻoliʻoli i ka hānau ʻia ʻo ke kanaka i loko o ke ao nei.A woman giving birth to a child has pain because her time has come; but when her baby is born she forgets the anguish because of her joy that a child is born into the world.
Ioane 19:25Kū aʻela ma ke keʻa o Iesū kona makuahine, a me ka hoahānau o kona makuahine, ʻo Maria ka wahine a Kelopa, a me Maria Magedalene.Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother, his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene.
Ioane 19:26ʻIke maila ʻo Iesū i ka makuahine, a me ka haumāna āna i aloha ai e kū ana, ʻī maila ia i kona makuahine, E ka wahine, e nānā i kāu keiki!When Jesus saw his mother there, and the disciple whom he loved standing nearby, he said to his mother, "Dear woman, here is your son,"
Ioane 20:13ʻĪ maila lāua iā ia, E ka wahine, no ke aha lā ʻoe e uē ai? ʻĪ akula ʻo ia iā lāua, No ka mea, ua lawe aku lākou i kuʻu Haku, ʻaʻole au i ʻike i kahi i waiho ai lākou iā ia.They asked her, "Woman, why are you crying?" "They have taken my Lord away," she said, "and I don't know where they have put him."
Ioane 20:15ʻĪ maila ʻo Iesū iā ia, E ka wahine, no ke aha lā ʻoe e uē ai? Iā wai lā ʻoe e ʻimi nei? Manaʻo ihola ia, ʻo ka mea ia nāna i mālama ka māla, ʻī akula iā ia, E ka haku, inā ua lawe aku ʻoe iā ia, e haʻi mai ʻoe iaʻu i kahi i waiho ai ʻoe iā ia, a naʻu nō ia e lawe aku."Woman," he said, "why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?" Thinking he was the gardener, she said, "Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him."
ʻOih 2:18A i kēlā mau lā, ninini aku nō hoʻi au i koʻu ʻUhane ma luna iho o kaʻu poʻe kauā kāne a me kaʻu poʻe kauā wahine; a e wānana aʻe lākou.Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days, and they will prophesy.
ʻOih 5:1ʻO kekahi kanaka, ʻo ʻAnania ka inoa, me Sapeire kāna wahine, kūʻai lilo akula i ka ʻāina.Now a man named Ananias, together with his wife Sapphira, also sold a piece of property.
ʻOih 5:2A hoʻāna ʻē ihola ia i kauwahi o ka uku, ua ʻike nō hoʻi kāna wahine, a lawe maila i kekahi, a waiho ihola ma nā wāwae o ka poʻe lunaʻōlelo.With his wife's full knowledge he kept back part of the money for himself, but brought the rest and put it at the apostles' feet.
ʻOih 5:7A ma hope iho ʻekolu paha hora, komo maila kāna wahine, me ka ʻike ʻole i ka mea i hana ʻia ai.About three hours later his wife came in, not knowing what had happened.
ʻOih 8:27Kū aʻela ia a hele; aia hoʻi, he kanaka no ʻAitiopa, he luna nui na Kanedake, ke aliʻi wahine o ʻAitiopa, ʻo ia nō ma luna o kona waiwai a pau, a ua hele mai nō hoʻi ia i Ierusalema e hoʻomana;So he started out, and on his way he met an Ethiopian eunuch, an important official in charge of all the treasury of Candace, queen of the Ethiopians. This man had gone to Jerusalem to worship,
ʻOih 9:36Aia ma Iope kekahi haumāna wahine, ʻo Tabita ka inoa, ma ka hoʻohālike ʻana hoʻi, ua ʻī ʻia ʻo Doreka, ua nui nā hana maikaʻi, a me nā manawaleʻa āna i hana ai.In Joppa there was a disciple named Tabitha (which, when translated, is Dorcas ), who was always doing good and helping the poor.
ʻOih 16:1A hele akula ia i Derebe a me Lusetera; aia hoʻi, ma laila kekahi haumāna, ʻo Timoteo kona inoa, he keiki ia na kekahi wahine Iudaio i manaʻoʻiʻo; a ʻo kona makua kāne hoʻi he Helene.He came to Derbe and then to Lystra, where a disciple named Timothy lived, whose mother was a Jewess and a believer, but whose father was a Greek.
ʻOih 16:14A ʻo kekahi wahine, ʻo Ludia kona inoa, no ke kūlanakauhale, no Tuateira, he wahine kūʻai i ka lole poni, ua hoʻomana hoʻi i ke Akua, hoʻolohe maila ia, a na ka Haku nō i holahola kona naʻau, i hoʻolohe ia i nā mea i ʻōlelo ʻia ai e Paulo.One of those listening was a woman named Lydia, a dealer in purple cloth from the city of Thyatira, who was a worshiper of God. The Lord opened her heart to respond to Paul's message.
ʻOih 17:34Akā hoʻi, pipili akula kekahi poʻe iā ia, a manaʻoʻiʻo akula, ʻo Dionusio, no ʻAreiopago, kekahi o lākou, a me kekahi wahine ʻo Damari kona inoa, a me kekahi poʻe pū me lāua.A few men became followers of Paul and believed. Among them was Dionysius, a member of the Areopagus, also a woman named Damaris, and a number of others.
ʻOih 18:2A loaʻa iā ia kekahi Iudaio, ʻo ʻAkula kona inoa, i hānau ʻia ma Poneto, ia wā mua iho kona hiki ʻana mai, mai ʻItalia mai, me kāna wahine, ʻo Perisekila, (no ka mea, ua kauoha akula ʻo Kelaudio i ka poʻe Iudaio a pau e haʻalele iā Roma,) a hele maila ia i o lāua lā.There he met a Jew named Aquila, a native of Pontus, who had recently come from Italy with his wife Priscilla, because Claudius had ordered all the Jews to leave Rome. Paul went to see them,
ʻOih 24:24A hala kekahi mau lā, hiki maila ʻo Pelika me kāna wahine, ʻo Derausila, he Iudaio nō ia, kiʻi akula kēlā iā Paulo, hoʻolohe akula iā ia no ka manaʻoʻiʻo i loko o Kristo.Several days later Felix came with his wife Drusilla, who was a Jewess. He sent for Paul and listened to him as he spoke about faith in Christ Jesus.
Roma 1:27Pēlā nō hoʻi nā kāne, i haʻalele ai i ka ʻaoʻao maoli o ka wahine, a ua wela i ke kuko hewa i kekahi i kekahi; nā kāne me nā kāne, e hana ana i ka mea hilahila, a e loaʻa ana i loko o lākou ka uku pono no ko lākou lalau ʻana.In the same way the men also abandoned natural relations with women and were inflamed with lust for one another. Men committed indecent acts with other men, and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion.
Roma 7:2No ka mea, ʻo ka wahine mea kāne, ua paʻa ia i kāna kāne ma ke kānāwai, i kona wā a pau e ola ana kāna kāne; a make ke kāne, ua kuʻu ʻia ʻo ia mai ke kānāwai aku o kāna kāne.For example, by law a married woman is bound to her husband as long as he is alive, but if her husband dies, she is released from the law of marriage.
Roma 7:3No ia hoʻi, e kapa ʻia ʻo ia he wahine moekolohe ke mare ʻia i ke kāne hou i ka wā e ola ana kāna kāne; akā, inā i make ke kāne, ua kuʻu ʻia ʻo ia mai ke kānāwai aku; ʻaʻole ia he wahine moekolohe ke mare ʻia i ke kāne ʻē.So then, if she marries another man while her husband is still alive, she is called an adulteress. But if her husband dies, she is released from that law and is not an adulteress, even though she marries another man.
1-Kor 5:1Ua lohe ʻia ma nā wahi a pau he moekolohe i waena o ʻoukou, he moekolohe ʻike ʻole ʻia i waena o ko nā ʻāina ʻē, i lawe kekahi i ka wahine a kona makua kāne.It is actually reported that there is sexual immorality among you, and of a kind that does not occur even among pagans: A man has his father's wife.
1-Kor 6:15ʻAʻole anei ʻoukou i ʻike, ʻo ko ʻoukou mau kino, ʻo ia nā lālā o Kristo? E lawe anei au i nā lālā o Kristo, a e hoʻolilo ia mau mea i lālā no ka wahine hoʻokamakama? ʻAʻole loa.Do you not know that your bodies are members of Christ himself ? Shall I then take the members of Christ and unite them with a prostitute? Never!
1-Kor 6:16ʻAʻole anei ʻoukou i ʻike, ʻo ka mea hoʻopili aku i ka wahine hoʻokamakama, hoʻokahi o lāua kino? No ka mea, ua ʻōlelo mai ia, E lilo mai ʻelua i hoʻokahi ʻiʻo.Do you not know that he who unites himself with a prostitute is one with her in body? For it is said, "The two will become one flesh."
1-Kor 7:1Ma nā mea a ʻoukou i palapala mai ai iaʻu; he mea maikaʻi no ke kāne, ʻaʻole e hoʻopili aku i ka wahine.Now for the matters you wrote about: It is good for a man not to marry.
1-Kor 7:2Akā, o moekolohe auaneʻi, ua pono nō i kēlā kāne i kēia kāne kāna wahine iho, a ua pono nō i kēlā wahine i kēia wahine, kāna kāne iho.But since there is so much immorality, each man should have his own wife, and each woman her own husband.
1-Kor 7:3E pono nō e ʻae lokomaikaʻi aku ke kāne i ka wahine, a pēlā nō ka wahine i ke kāne.The husband should fulfill his marital duty to his wife, and likewise the wife to her husband.
1-Kor 7:4No ka mea, ʻaʻole na ka wahine kona kino iho, na ke kāne nō; ʻaʻole hoʻi na ke kāne kona kino iho, na ka wahine nō.The wife's body does not belong to her alone but also to her husband. In the same way, the husband's body does not belong to him alone but also to his wife.
1-Kor 7:10Ke kauoha aku nei au i ka poʻe i mare ʻia, ʻaʻole naʻu, na ka Haku nō, Mai haʻalele ka wahine i kāna kāne:To the married I give this command (not I, but the Lord): A wife must not separate from her husband.
1-Kor 7:11A inā ua haʻalele, e noho mare ʻole ʻia ʻo ia, a e maliu hou aku paha i ke kāne: ʻaʻole hoʻi e kipaku ke kāne i ka wahine.But if she does, she must remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband. And a husband must not divorce his wife.
1-Kor 7:12Ke ʻōlelo aku nei au i ka poʻe i koe, ʻaʻole na ka Haku mai; Inā he wahine hoʻomaloka kā kekahi hoahānau kāne, a manaʻo ka wahine e noho pū me ia, mai kipaku ke kāne iā ia.To the rest I say this (I, not the Lord): If any brother has a wife who is not a believer and she is willing to live with him, he must not divorce her.
1-Kor 7:13A ʻo ka wahine hoʻi, ke hoʻomaloka kāna kāne, a manaʻo nō ke kāne e noho pū me ia, mai kipaku ka wahine iā ia.And if a woman has a husband who is not a believer and he is willing to live with her, she must not divorce him.
1-Kor 7:14No ka mea, ua huikala ʻia ke kāne hoʻomaloka i ka wahine, a me ka wahine hoʻomaloka hoʻi, ua huikala ʻia ʻo ia i ke kāne. Inā ʻaʻole pēlā, inā ua haumia nā keiki a ʻoukou; akā, ʻānō lā, ua huikala ʻia.For the unbelieving husband has been sanctified through his wife, and the unbelieving wife has been sanctified through her believing husband. Otherwise your children would be unclean, but as it is, they are holy.
1-Kor 7:15A inā na ka hoʻomaloka ka haʻalele, e haʻalele nō. ʻAʻole i paʻa ka hoahānau kāne a me ka hoahānau wahine i kēia mau mea. Akā, ua aʻo mai ke Akua iā kākou ma ke kuʻikahi.But if the unbeliever leaves, let him do so. A believing man or woman is not bound in such circumstances; God has called us to live in peace.
1-Kor 7:16Pehea ʻoe i ʻike ai, e ka wahine, e ola paha kāu kāne iā ʻoe? Pehea hoʻi ʻoe i ʻike ai, e ke kāne, e ola paha kāu wahine iā ʻoe?How do you know, wife, whether you will save your husband? Or, how do you know, husband, whether you will save your wife?
1-Kor 7:27A i paʻa ʻoe i ka wahine, ʻeā, mai ʻimi ʻoe i ka mea e wehe ai. A i kaʻawale ʻoe i ka wahine, mai ʻimi ʻoe i wahine nāu.Are you married? Do not seek a divorce. Are you unmarried? Do not look for a wife.
1-Kor 7:28Akā, inā i mare ʻoe, ʻaʻole ʻoe i hewa; a inā i mare ka wahine puʻupaʻa, ʻaʻole ia i hewa; akā hoʻi, e loaʻa auaneʻi i ua poʻe lā ka pilikia ma ke kino; akā, ke kuʻu aku nei au iā ʻoukou.But if you do marry, you have not sinned; and if a virgin marries, she has not sinned. But those who marry will face many troubles in this life, and I want to spare you this.
1-Kor 7:29Ke ʻōlelo aku nei nō hoʻi au i kēia, e nā hoahānau, ma kēia hope aku ka wā pilikia; no laila, ʻo ka mea wahine, e lilo ia i mea like me ka mea wahine ʻole:What I mean, brothers, is that the time is short. From now on those who have wives should live as if they had none;
1-Kor 7:33A ʻo ka mea i mare ʻia, manaʻo nō ia i nā mea o kēia ao, i mea e leʻaleʻa mai ai ka wahine.But a married man is concerned about the affairs of this world--how he can please his wife--
1-Kor 7:34Ua ʻokoʻa nō ka wahine i mare ʻia, ʻokoʻa ka wahine puʻupaʻa. ʻO ka wahine i mare ʻole ʻia, ua manaʻo nō ia i nā mea o ka Haku, i laʻa ia ma ke kino, a me ka naʻau; a ʻo ka mea i mare ʻia, manaʻo nō ia i nā mea o kēia ao, i mea e leʻaleʻa ai ke kāne.and his interests are divided. An unmarried woman or virgin is concerned about the Lord's affairs: Her aim is to be devoted to the Lord in both body and spirit. But a married woman is concerned about the affairs of this world--how she can please her husband.
1-Kor 7:39Ua paʻa ka wahine, i ka wā a pau e ola ana kāna kāne; akā, inā i make kāna kāne, ua pono ia ke mare aku i ka mea āna e makemake ai; i loko hoʻi o ka Haku.A woman is bound to her husband as long as he lives. But if her husband dies, she is free to marry anyone she wishes, but he must belong to the Lord.
1-Kor 9:5ʻAʻole anei e pono iā mākou, ke kono mai i kaikuahine, a i wahine na mākou, e like me kekahi o nā lunaʻōlelo, a me nā kaikuaʻana o ka Haku, a me Kepa?Don't we have the right to take a believing wife along with us, as do the other apostles and the Lord's brothers and Cephas ?
1-Kor 11:3Ke makemake nei au e ʻike ʻoukou, ʻo Kristo nō ke poʻo o nā kānaka a pau; a ʻo ke kāne, ʻo ia ke poʻo o ka wahine; a ʻo ke Akua hoʻi, ʻo ia ko Kristo poʻo.Now I want you to realize that the head of every man is Christ, and the head of the woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.
1-Kor 11:5A ʻo kēlā wahine kēia wahine, e pule ana, a e wānana ana me ka uhi ʻole ʻia o ke poʻo, ua hoʻohilahila ia i kona poʻo; no ka mea, ua like nō ia me ke āmū ʻia.And every woman who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonors her head--it is just as though her head were shaved.
1-Kor 11:6No ka mea, inā ʻaʻole e uhi ʻia ka wahine, e āmū ʻia ʻo ia; akā, inā he mea hilahila i ka wahine, ke āmū ʻia a ke ʻako ʻia, a laila, e uhi ʻia ʻo ia.If a woman does not cover her head, she should have her hair cut off; and if it is a disgrace for a woman to have her hair cut or shaved off, she should cover her head.
1-Kor 11:7ʻAʻole hoʻi e pono ke uhi ʻia ko ke kāne poʻo, no ka mea, ʻo ia ka mea like, a me ka nani o ke Akua; akā, ʻo ka wahine, ʻo ia ka nani o ke kāne.A man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God; but the woman is the glory of man.
1-Kor 11:8ʻAʻole na ka wahine mai ke kāne; na ke kāne mai ka wahine.For man did not come from woman, but woman from man;
1-Kor 11:9ʻAʻole hoʻi i hana ʻia ke kāne na ka wahine; ʻo ka wahine nō na ke kāne.neither was man created for woman, but woman for man.
1-Kor 11:10No laila he pono nō i ka wahine e uhi ʻia kona poʻo, no nā ʻānela.For this reason, and because of the angels, the woman ought to have a sign of authority on her head.
1-Kor 11:11ʻAʻole hoʻi he kāne wale nō me ka wahine ʻole; ʻaʻole he wahine wale nō me ke kāne ʻole i loko o ka Haku.In the Lord, however, woman is not independent of man, nor is man independent of woman.
1-Kor 11:12E like me ka wahine, na ke kāne mai, pēlā nō ke kāne, no ka wahine mai ia; a na ke Akua mai nā mea a pau.For as woman came from man, so also man is born of woman. But everything comes from God.
1-Kor 11:13ʻO ʻoukou iho e noʻonoʻo pono; he mea maikaʻi anei no ka wahine, ke pule i ke Akua, me ka uhi ʻole ʻia?Judge for yourselves: Is it proper for a woman to pray to God with her head uncovered?
1-Kor 11:15Akā, inā i loloa ka lauoho o ka wahine, he mea ia e nani ai; no ka mea, ua hāʻawi ʻia mai kona lauoho i uhi nona.but that if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For long hair is given to her as a covering.
1-Kor 14:35A inā manaʻo lākou e aʻo ʻia, e nīnau lākou i kā lākou kāne, ma ko lākou wahi iho; no ka mea, he mea hilahila ke ʻōlelo ka wahine ma ka ʻekalesia.If they want to inquire about something, they should ask their own husbands at home; for it is disgraceful for a woman to speak in the church.
2-Kor 11:2Ke minamina nei au iā ʻoukou me ka minamina o ke Akua, no ka mea, ua hoʻopalau akula au iā ʻoukou na ke kāne hoʻokahi, i hāʻawi aku ai iā ʻoukou i wahine puʻupaʻa hala ʻole na Kristo.I am jealous for you with a godly jealousy. I promised you to one husband, to Christ, so that I might present you as a pure virgin to him.
Gal 3:28ʻAʻole he Iudaio, ʻaʻole hoʻi he Helene, ʻaʻole he mea paʻa, ʻaʻole hoʻi he mea paʻa ʻole, ʻaʻole he kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi he wahine; no ka mea, hoʻokahi nō ʻoukou a pau i loko o Kristo Iesū.There is neither Jew nor Greek, slave nor free, male nor female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.
Gal 4:4Akā, i ka hiki ʻana mai o ka manawa maopopo, hoʻouna maila ke Akua i kāna Keiki, a ka wahine i hānau ai, i hānau ma lalo o ke kānāwai.But when the time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a woman, born under law,
Gal 4:22No ka mea, ua palapala ʻia, ʻElua a ʻAberahama keiki kāne; hoʻokahi na ke kauā wahine, hoʻokahi hoʻi na ka haku wahine,For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by the slave woman and the other by the free woman.
Gal 4:23ʻO ka mea na ke kauā wahine, ua hānau ia ma ko ke kino; akā, ʻo ka mea na ka haku wahine, ma ka ʻōlelo hoʻopōmaikaʻi mai ʻo ia.His son by the slave woman was born in the ordinary way; but his son by the free woman was born as the result of a promise.
Gal 4:26Akā, ʻo ka Ierusalema ma luna ka haku wahine, ʻo ia ka makuahine o kākou a pau.But the Jerusalem that is above is free, and she is our mother.
Gal 4:30Akā, he aha kā ka palapala hemolele i ʻī mai ai? E hoʻokuke aku ʻoe i ua kauā wahine lā a me kāna keiki; no ka mea, ʻaʻole e hoʻoili pū ʻia aku ka waiwai i ke keiki a ke kauā wahine me ke keiki a ka haku wahine.But what does the Scripture say? "Get rid of the slave woman and her son, for the slave woman's son will never share in the inheritance with the free woman's son."
Gal 4:31No laila, e nā hoahānau, ʻaʻole he poʻe keiki kākou na ke kauā wahine, na ka haku wahine nō.Therefore, brothers, we are not children of the slave woman, but of the free woman.
ʻEpeso 5:23No ka mea, ʻo ke kāne ke poʻo o ka wahine, e like me Kristo ke poʻo o ka ʻekalesia: a ʻo ia hoʻi ke ola no ke kino.For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Savior.
ʻEpeso 5:28Pēlā e pono ai nā kāne e aloha aku i kā lākou mau wāhine, e like me ko lākou mau kino iho: ʻo ka mea aloha i kāna wahine, ʻo ia ke aloha iā ia iho.In this same way, husbands ought to love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.
ʻEpeso 5:31No ia hoʻi, e haʻalele ke kanaka i kona makua kāne a me ka makuahine, a e hoʻopili ʻia aku ia i kāna wahine, a e lilo lāua ʻelua i hoʻokahi ʻiʻo."For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh."
ʻEpeso 5:33Akā, e aloha aku kēlā mea kēia mea o ʻoukou a pau i kāna wahine e like me iā ia iho: a ʻo ka wahine, e hoʻomaikaʻi aku ia i kāna kāne.However, each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband.
1-Tes 2:7Ua ahonui mākou i waena o ʻoukou, e like me ka wahine hānai lā, e mālama ana i kāna mau keiki:but we were gentle among you, like a mother caring for her little children.
1-Tes 5:3A i ka wā e ʻōlelo ai lākou, He pōmaikaʻi, he malu; a laila, loʻohia koke ʻē mai lākou e ka make, me he haʻakokōhi lā o ka wahine hāpai; ʻaʻole hoʻi lākou e pakele.While people are saying, "Peace and safety," destruction will come on them suddenly, as labor pains on a pregnant woman, and they will not escape.
1-Tim 2:11E aʻo ʻia aku hoʻi ka wahine me ka noho mālie a me ka hoʻolohe wale mai.A woman should learn in quietness and full submission.
1-Tim 2:12ʻAʻole au e ʻae aku i ka wahine e aʻo aku a e hoʻoaliʻi aku ma luna o ke kāne, akā, e noho mālie ia.I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man; she must be silent.
1-Tim 2:14ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻo ʻAdamu i puni, akā, ua puni ka wahine, a lilo i ka hewa.And Adam was not the one deceived; it was the woman who was deceived and became a sinner.
1-Tim 3:2Eia ka pono no ke kahuna pule, he hala ʻole, he kāne na ka wahine hoʻokahi, he kiaʻi iā ia iho, he kūoʻo, he akahai, he hoʻokipa, he akamai hoʻi i ke aʻo aku;Now the overseer must be above reproach, the husband of but one wife, temperate, self-controlled, respectable, hospitable, able to teach,
1-Tim 3:12E pono hoʻi e lawe pākahi nā puʻukū ʻekalesia i ka wahine, e hoʻomalu pono ana hoʻi i kā lākou mau keiki a me ko lākou mau hale iho.A deacon must be the husband of but one wife and must manage his children and his household well.
1-Tim 5:4Akā, inā he mau keiki kā kekahi wahine kāne make, a he mau moʻopuna paha, e aʻo lākou e hōʻike mua i ke aloha ma ko lākou hale iho, a e uku aku i ko lākou mau mākua; no ka mea, ʻo ia ka maikaʻi, a me ka pono i mua o ke alo o ke Akua.But if a widow has children or grandchildren, these should learn first of all to put their religion into practice by caring for their own family and so repaying their parents and grandparents, for this is pleasing to God.
1-Tim 5:5ʻO ka wahine kāne make ʻoiaʻiʻo, a mehameha hoʻi, ua hilinaʻi nō ia i ke Akua, a ua noho mau nō ia me ka pule ʻana a me ka hoʻomana ʻana i ka pō a me ke ao.The widow who is really in need and left all alone puts her hope in God and continues night and day to pray and to ask God for help.
1-Tim 5:6Akā, ʻo ka wahine e noho ana ma ka leʻaleʻa, ua make nō ia i kona wā e ola ana.But the widow who lives for pleasure is dead even while she lives.
1-Tim 5:9ʻAʻole e pono, e kākau ʻia ma ka palapala, ka wahine kāne make i kanaono ʻole nā makahiki, a ua wahine na ke kanaka hoʻokahi,No widow may be put on the list of widows unless she is over sixty, has been faithful to her husband,
1-Tim 5:16A ʻo ke kanaka, a ʻo ka wahine paha i manaʻoʻiʻo, he mau wāhine kāne make kona, e mālama nō ia iā lākou i kaumaha ʻole ai ka ʻekalesia; a e pono ai hoʻi iā ia ke mālama i ka poʻe wāhine kāne make ʻoiaʻiʻo.If any woman who is a believer has widows in her family, she should help them and not let the church be burdened with them, so that the church can help those widows who are really in need.
2-Tim 1:5I koʻu hoʻomanaʻo ʻana hoʻi i ka paulele hoʻokamani ʻole i loko ou, i ka mea i noho mua ai i loko o kou kupuna wahine ʻo Loisa, a me kou makuahine ʻo ʻEunike; a ke manaʻo nei hoʻi au i loko ou kekahi.I have been reminded of your sincere faith, which first lived in your grandmother Lois and in your mother Eunice and, I am persuaded, now lives in you also.
Tito 1:6Inā i hala ʻole kekahi, he kāne hoʻi na ka wahine hoʻokahi, he mau keiki manaʻoʻiʻo kāna, ʻaʻole i ʻōlelo ʻia no ka ʻuhaʻuha, ʻaʻole hoʻi he kolohe.An elder must be blameless, the husband of but one wife, a man whose children believe and are not open to the charge of being wild and disobedient.
Heb 9:13A inā i hoʻohuikala ke koko o nā bipi kāne, a me nā kao, a me ka lehu o ka bipi wahine, e pīpī ana i ka mea haumia, i maʻemaʻe ai ke kino;The blood of goats and bulls and the ashes of a heifer sprinkled on those who are ceremonially unclean sanctify them so that they are outwardly clean.
Heb 11:31No ka manaʻoʻiʻo i make pū ʻole ai ʻo Rahaba ka wahine hoʻokamakama me ka poʻe hoʻomaloka, ma hope iho o kona hoʻokipa ʻana i nā kiu me ke aloha.By faith the prostitute Rahab, because she welcomed the spies, was not killed with those who were disobedient.
Iak 2:25ʻAʻole anei i hoʻāpono ʻia ʻo Rahaba ka wahine hoʻokamakama ma ka hana ʻana i ka wā āna i hoʻokipa ai i nā ʻelele, a hoʻouna akula ma ke ala ʻē?In the same way, was not even Rahab the prostitute considered righteous for what she did when she gave lodging to the spies and sent them off in a different direction?
1-Pet 3:7ʻO ʻoukou nō hoʻi, e nā kāne, e noho pono ʻoukou me lākou, ma ka naʻauao, e hoʻomaikaʻi aku ana i ka wahine me he ipu palupalu lā, me he mau hoʻoilina pū lā o ke ola maikaʻi; i ʻole ai e hoʻōki ʻia kā ʻoukou pule.Husbands, in the same way be considerate as you live with your wives, and treat them with respect as the weaker partner and as heirs with you of the gracious gift of life, so that nothing will hinder your prayers.
2-Ioane 1:1Na ka Lunakahiko i ka wahine aloha a me kāna mau keiki i aloha ʻia e aʻu ma ka ʻoiaʻiʻo; ʻaʻole e aʻu wale nō, akā, e ka poʻe a pau i ʻike i ka ʻoiaʻiʻo;The elder, To the chosen lady and her children, whom I love in the truth--and not I only, but also all who know the truth--
2-Ioane 1:5ʻĀnō lā ke nonoi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e ka wahine, ʻaʻole me ka palapala ʻana aku iā ʻoe i ke kānāwai hou, akā, ʻo ka mea i loaʻa mai iā mākou mai kinohi mai, i aloha kākou i kekahi i kekahi.And now, dear lady, I am not writing you a new command but one we have had from the beginning. I ask that we love one another.
2-Ioane 1:13Ke uē aku nei iā ʻoe nā keiki a kou hoahānau wahine aloha. ʻĀmene.The children of your chosen sister send their greetings.
Hōʻik 2:20Akā, he mea kaʻu iā ʻoe, no ka mea, ua waiho wale ʻoe i ka wahine iā Iesabela, ka mea i haʻi mai iā ia iho, he kāula, a ua aʻo mai ʻo ia, a ua hoʻowalewale mai i kaʻu poʻe kauā, e moekolohe, a e ʻai i nā mea i kaumaha ʻia na nā kiʻi.Nevertheless, I have this against you: You tolerate that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophetess. By her teaching she misleads my servants into sexual immorality and the eating of food sacrificed to idols.
Hōʻik 9:8A he lauoho ko lākou, ua like hoʻi me ka lauoho wahine, a ʻo ko lākou niho, ua like me ko ka liona.Their hair was like women's hair, and their teeth were like lions' teeth.
Hōʻik 12:1Ua ʻike ʻia akula kekahi mea kupanaha loa ma ka lani; he wahine i hōʻaʻahu ʻia i ka lā, a aia hoʻi ka mahina ma lalo o kona wāwae, a ʻo nā hōkū ʻumikumamālua, ʻo ia kona lei aliʻi.A great and wondrous sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head.
Hōʻik 12:4Huki maila kona huelo i ka hapakolu o nā hōkū o ka lani, a kiola ihola iā lākou i lalo i ka honua. Kū maila ua deragona nei, i mua o ka wahine e hānau ana, e ʻai aku i kāna keiki i kona wā e hānau ai.His tail swept a third of the stars out of the sky and flung them to the earth. The dragon stood in front of the woman who was about to give birth, so that he might devour her child the moment it was born.
Hōʻik 12:6Holo akula ua wahine lā i ka wao nahele ma kahi a ke Akua i hoʻomākaukau ai nona, i hānai lākou iā ia ma laila i nā lā hoʻokahi tausani ʻelua haneri me kanaono.The woman fled into the desert to a place prepared for her by God, where she might be taken care of for 1,260 days.
Hōʻik 12:13A ʻike aʻela ka deragona, ua kipaku ʻia ʻo ia i lalo i ka honua, a laila, hoʻomaʻau aʻela ia i ka wahine i hānau i ke keiki kāne.When the dragon saw that he had been hurled to the earth, he pursued the woman who had given birth to the male child.
Hōʻik 12:14Hāʻawi ʻia maila i ka wahine ʻelua ʻēheu o ka ʻaeto nui, i lele aku ai ʻo ia i ka wao nahele, i kona wahi, ua hānai ʻia ʻo ia ma laila i ka makahiki, a me nā makahiki, a me ka hapa o ka makahiki, mai ke alo aku o ua moʻo lā.The woman was given the two wings of a great eagle, so that she might fly to the place prepared for her in the desert, where she would be taken care of for a time, times and half a time, out of the serpent's reach.
Hōʻik 12:15Luaʻi akula ua moʻo nei i ka wai ma waho o kona waha, a kahe akula ma hope o ka wahine e like me ka muliwai, i lawe aku ai ʻo ia iā ia ma ka wai.Then from his mouth the serpent spewed water like a river, to overtake the woman and sweep her away with the torrent.
Hōʻik 12:16Kōkua akula ka honua, ma muli o ka wahine; a hāmama akula i kona waha, a moni ihola i ka muliwai a ka deragona i luaʻi aku ai ma kona waha aku.But the earth helped the woman by opening its mouth and swallowing the river that the dragon had spewed out of his mouth.
Hōʻik 12:17Inaina akula ka deragona i ka wahine, a hele akula ia e kaua me ka poʻe i koe o kāna poʻe keiki, ʻo ka poʻe i mālama i ke kānāwai o ke Akua, a hoʻomau i ka hōʻike ʻana iā Iesū.Then the dragon was enraged at the woman and went off to make war against the rest of her offspring--those who obey God's commandments and hold to the testimony of Jesus.
Hōʻik 17:1Hele maila kekahi o nā ʻānela ʻehiku, iā lākou nā hue ʻehiku, a kamaʻilio mai iaʻu, ʻī maila, Hele mai; naʻu nō e hōʻike aku iā ʻoe i ke ʻāhewa ʻia o ka wahine hoʻokamakama nui e noho ana ma luna o nā wai nui.One of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and said to me, "Come, I will show you the punishment of the great prostitute, who sits on many waters.
Hōʻik 17:3Kaʻi aʻela ia iaʻu ma ka ʻuhane a i ka wao nahele; a ʻike akula au he wahine e noho ana ma luna o ka holoholona ʻula, paʻapū i nā inoa o ke kūamuamu, ʻehiku ona poʻo a he ʻumi pepeiaohao.Then the angel carried me away in the Spirit into a desert. There I saw a woman sitting on a scarlet beast that was covered with blasphemous names and had seven heads and ten horns.
Hōʻik 17:4Ua hōʻaʻahu ʻia ka wahine i ka lole poni a me ka ʻula, ua hoʻonani ʻia e ke gula, a me ka pōhaku maikaʻi, a me nā momi; he kīʻaha gula ma kona lima, ua piha i nā mea hoʻopailua a me nā mea paumāʻele o kona moekolohe ʻana.The woman was dressed in purple and scarlet, and was glittering with gold, precious stones and pearls. She held a golden cup in her hand, filled with abominable things and the filth of her adulteries.
Hōʻik 17:6A ʻike akula au i ua wahine lā, ua ʻona i ke koko o ka poʻe haipule, a me ke koko o ka poʻe hōʻike aku iā Iesū; a i koʻu ʻike ʻana, kāhāhā akula au, me ka manaʻo kāhāhā nui loa.I saw that the woman was drunk with the blood of the saints, the blood of those who bore testimony to Jesus. When I saw her, I was greatly astonished.
Hōʻik 17:7ʻĪ maila ka ʻānela iaʻu, No ke aha lā ʻoe e kāhāhā mai nei? Naʻu nō e haʻi aku iā ʻoe i ka mea huna o ka wahine, a me ka holoholona nāna ia i lawe, ʻehiku hoʻi ona mau poʻo, a he ʻumi pepeiaohao.Then the angel said to me: "Why are you astonished? I will explain to you the mystery of the woman and of the beast she rides, which has the seven heads and ten horns.
Hōʻik 17:9Eia hoʻi ka naʻau akamai. ʻO ia mau poʻo ʻehiku, ʻehiku ia mau puʻu o kahi a ka wahine e noho ai ma luna iho o lākou."This calls for a mind with wisdom. The seven heads are seven hills on which the woman sits.
Hōʻik 17:15ʻĪ maila kēlā iaʻu, ʻO nā wai āu i ʻike ai, ʻo kahi noho ai a ka wahine hoʻokamakama, ʻo ia nā lāhui kanaka, a me nā lehulehu, a me nā aupuni, a me nā ʻōlelo.Then the angel said to me, "The waters you saw, where the prostitute sits, are peoples, multitudes, nations and languages.
Hōʻik 17:16A ʻo nā pepeiaohao he ʻumi āu i ʻike ai, a me ka holoholona, e huhū lākou nei i ka wahine hoʻokamakama, a e hao lākou iā ia, a e hele wale ʻo ia, a e ʻai hoʻi lākou i kona ʻiʻo, a e puhi aku iā ia i ke ahi.The beast and the ten horns you saw will hate the prostitute. They will bring her to ruin and leave her naked; they will eat her flesh and burn her with fire.
Hōʻik 17:18A ʻo ka wahine āu i ʻike ai, ʻo ia ke kūlanakauhale nui, e hoʻoaliʻi ana ma luna o nā aliʻi o ka honua.The woman you saw is the great city that rules over the kings of the earth."
Hōʻik 18:7E like me ka nui o kona hoʻonani ʻana iā ia iho, a me kona noho ʻana ma ka leʻaleʻa nui, pēlā e hāʻawi aku ai iā ia i ka ʻeha a me ka uē ʻana: no ka mea, ua ʻōlelo ʻo ia i loko o kona naʻau, Ke noho nei au he aliʻi wahine, ʻaʻole au he wahine kāne make, ʻaʻole hoʻi au e ʻike i ka uē ʻana.Give her as much torture and grief as the glory and luxury she gave herself. In her heart she boasts, 'I sit as queen; I am not a widow, and I will never mourn.'
Hōʻik 18:23ʻAʻole e ʻike hou ʻia i loko ou ka mālamalama o ke kukui; ʻaʻole e lohe hou ʻia i loko ou ka leo o ke kāne mare a me ka wahine mare; no ka mea, ʻo kou poʻe kālepa, he poʻe hanohano lākou o ka honua; no ka mea, ua puni wale ko nā ʻāina a pau i kou kilokilo ʻana.The light of a lamp will never shine in you again. The voice of bridegroom and bride will never be heard in you again. Your merchants were the world's great men. By your magic spell all the nations were led astray.
Hōʻik 19:2No ka mea, he ʻoiaʻiʻo a he pono kāna hoʻopaʻi ʻana; no ka mea, ua hoʻāhewa ʻo ia i ka wahine hoʻokamakama nui, nāna i hoʻohaumia i ka honua, i kona hoʻokamakama ʻana, a ua hoʻopaʻi hoʻi i ke koko o kāna poʻe kauā ma kona lima.for true and just are his judgments. He has condemned the great prostitute who corrupted the earth by her adulteries. He has avenged on her the blood of his servants."
Hōʻik 19:7E ʻoliʻoli kākou, a e hauʻoli hoʻi, a e hoʻonani aku iā ia; no ka mea, ua hiki mai ka mare ʻana o ke Keiki hipa, a ua hoʻomākaukau kāna wahine iā iā iho.Let us rejoice and be glad and give him glory! For the wedding of the Lamb has come, and his bride has made herself ready.
Hōʻik 21:2ʻO wau nō ʻo Ioane, ʻike akula au i ka iho ʻana mai o ke kūlanakauhale hoʻāno ʻo Ierusalema hou, mai ke Akua, mai ka lani mai, ua mākaukau, e like me ka wahine mare i kāhiko ʻia no kāna kāne.I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband.
Hōʻik 21:9Hele maila kekahi o nā ʻānela ʻehiku e paʻa ana i nā hue ʻehiku i piha i nā ʻino hope loa ʻehiku, a kamaʻilio mai iaʻu, ʻī maila, E hele mai, a e hōʻike aku au iā ʻoe i ka wahine mare, ʻo ka wahine hoʻi a ke Keiki hipa.One of the seven angels who had the seven bowls full of the seven last plagues came and said to me, "Come, I will show you the bride, the wife of the Lamb."
Hōʻik 22:17Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ka ʻUhane a me ka wahine mare; E hele mai. A e ʻōlelo hoʻi ka mea lohe, E hele mai. A ʻo ka mea make wai lā, e hele mai ia. A ʻo ka mea makemake, e lawe wale ia i ka wai o ke ola.The Spirit and the bride say, "Come!" And let him who hears say, "Come!" Whoever is thirsty, let him come; and whoever wishes, let him take the free gift of the water of life.
Kin 1:27Hana ihola ke Akua i ke kanaka ma kona ʻano iho, ma ke ʻano o ke Akua ʻo ia i hana ai iā ia; hana maila ia i kāne a i wahineSo God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
Kin 2:22A ʻo ka iwi ʻaoʻao a Iēhova ke Akua i unuhi mai ai no loko mai o ke kanaka, hana ihola ʻo ia ia mea i wahine, a alakaʻi aʻela iā ia i ke kanaka.Then the Lord God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man.
Kin 2:23ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAdamu, ʻO ia nei nō ka iwi o kuʻu mau iwi, a me ka ʻiʻo o kuʻu ʻiʻo; e kapa ʻia ʻo ia nei, wahine, no ka mea, ua unuhi ʻia aʻe ʻo ia mai loko aʻe o ke kāne.The man said, "This is now bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; she shall be called ‘woman,’ for she was taken out of man."
Kin 2:24No kēia mea, e haʻalele aku ke kanaka i kona makua kāne a me kona makuahine, a e pili aku ʻo ia i kāna wahine: a e lilo lāua i ʻiʻo hoʻokahi.That is why a man leaves his father and mother and is united to his wife, and they become one flesh.
Kin 2:25ʻAʻohe kapa o lāua a ʻelua, ʻo ke kāne a me kāna wahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi o lāua hilahila.Adam and his wife were both naked, and they felt no shame.
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 3:4ʻŌlelo maila ka nahesa i ka wahine, ʻAʻohe ʻoiaʻiʻo e make ʻolua:"You will not certainly die," the serpent said to the woman.
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 3:12ʻŌlelo 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 3:13ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i ka wahine, He aha kēia mea āu i hana ai? ʻĪ akula ka wahine, Na ka nahesa wau i hoʻowalewale mai, a ʻai ihola au.Then the Lord God said to the woman, "What is this you have done?" The woman said, "The serpent deceived me, and I ate."
Kin 3:15E waiho nō au i ka inaina ma waena o ʻolua a me ka wahine, a ma waena hoʻi o kou hua a me kona hua; nāna e paopao iho kou poʻo, a nāu hoʻi e pākuʻikuʻi aku kona kuʻekuʻe wāwae.And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and hers; he will crush your head, and you will strike his heel."
Kin 3:16ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ia i ka wahine, E hoʻonui loa aku au i ka ʻeha o kou hāpai ʻana; me ka ʻeha hoʻi ʻoe e hānau mai ai i nā keiki; a ʻo kou makemake aku aia nō ia i kāu kāne, a ʻo ia hoʻi kou haku.To the woman he said, "I will make your pains in childbearing very severe; with painful labor you will give birth to children. Your desire will be for your husband, and he will rule over you."
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 3:20Kapa akula ʻo ʻAdamu i ka inoa o kāna wahine, ʻo ʻEva; no ka mea, ka makuahine ia o nā kānaka a pau.Adam named his wife Eve, because she would become the mother of all the living.
Kin 3:21A hana ihola ʻo Iēhova ke Akua i nā kapa ʻili no ʻAdamu a no kāna wahine, a hōʻaʻahu ihola iā lāua.The Lord God made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them.
Kin 4:1A ʻike akula ʻo ʻAdamu i kāna wahine iā ʻEva; hāpai aʻela ʻo ia, a hānau maila iā Kaina, ʻī maila, Ua loaʻa nō iaʻu he kanaka no Iēhova mai.Adam made love to his wife Eve, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Cain. She said, “With the help of the Lord I have brought forth a man.”
Kin 4:17ʻIke akula ʻo Kaina i kāna wahine; hāpai aʻela ʻo ia, a hānau maila iā ʻEnoka: kūkulu ihola ʻo ia i kūlanakauhale, a kapa ihola i ka inoa o ua kūlanakauhale lā, ma muli o ka inoa o kāna keiki, ʻo ʻEnoka.Cain made love to his wife, and she became pregnant and gave birth to Enoch. Cain was then building a city, and he named it after his son Enoch.
Kin 4:25ʻIke hou ihola ʻo ʻAdamu i kāna wahine; a hānau maila ia he keiki kāne, a kapa akula i kona inoa ʻo Seta: No ka mea, ua hāʻawi maila ke Akua i ka hua hou naʻu, wahi āna, i pani hakahaka no ʻAbela i pepehi ʻia e Kaina.Adam made love to his wife again, and she gave birth to a son and named him Seth, saying, “God has granted me another child in place of Abel, since Cain killed him.”
Kin 5:2He kāne lāua me ka wahine kāna i hana ai; hoʻomaikaʻi ihola ʻo ia iā lāua, a kapa ihola i ko lāua inoa ʻo ʻAdamu, i ka lā i hana ʻia ai ʻo lāua.He created them male and female and blessed them. And he named them “Mankind” when they were created.
Kin 6:18Akā, e hoʻopaʻa aku au i kaʻu berita iā ʻoe; a e komo aʻe ʻoe i loko o ka hale lana, ʻo ʻoe, me kāu mau keiki kāne, a me kāu wahine, a me nā wāhine a kāu mau keiki kāne.But I will establish my covenant with you, and you will enter the ark — you and your sons and your wife and your sons’ wives with you.
Kin 6:19A no nā mea ʻiʻo a pau e ola ana, e lawe ʻoe i ʻelua o kēlā mea kēia mea i loko o ka hale lana, i kāne i wahine, i mālama ola pū iā lākou me ʻoe.You are to bring into the ark two of all living creatures, male and female, to keep them alive with you.
Kin 7:2ʻO nā holoholona maʻemaʻe a pau, e lawe pāhiku aku ʻoe iā lākou me ʻoe, i ke kāne a me kāna wahine; a ʻo nā holoholona maʻemaʻe ʻole, e pāpālua he kāne me kāna wahine.Take with you seven pairs of every kind of clean animal, a male and its mate, and one pair of every kind of unclean animal, a male and its mate,
Kin 7:3E pāhiku ʻia nō hoʻi nā manu o ka lewa, ke kāne, ka wahine, e hoʻōla i kumu hoʻolaha ma luna o ka honua a pau.and also seven pairs of every kind of bird, male and female, to keep their various kinds alive throughout the earth.
Kin 7:7Komo akula ʻo Noa me nā keiki kāne āna, a me kāna wahine, a me nā wāhine a kāna mau keiki kāne i loko o ka hale lana, no ke kai a Kahinaliʻi.And Noah and his sons and his wife and his sons’ wives entered the ark to escape the waters of the flood.
Kin 7:9Komo pāpālua akula lākou i loko i o Noa lā, ke kāne, ka wahine, me kā ke Akua i kauoha mai ai iā Noa.male and female, came to Noah and entered the ark, as God had commanded Noah.
Kin 7:13Ia lā hoʻokahi nō, komo aʻela ʻo Noa, a ʻo Sema, a ʻo Hama, a ʻo Iapeta, nā keiki kāne a Noa, a me ka wahine a Noa, a me nā wāhine ʻekolu a kāna mau keiki kāne me lākou, i loko o ka hale lana.On that very day Noah and his sons, Shem, Ham and Japheth, together with his wife and the wives of his three sons, entered the ark.
Kin 7:16He kāne he wahine o nā mea ʻiʻo a pau ka poʻe i komo aku i loko, me kā ke Akua i kauoha mai ai iā ia: a papani aʻela ʻo Iēhova i ka puka ma hope ona.The animals going in were male and female of every living thing, as God had commanded Noah. Then the Lord shut him in.
Kin 8:16E hele aku ʻoe i waho o ka hale lana, ʻo ʻoe, me kāu wahine, me āu mau keiki kāne, a me nā wāhine a kāu mau keiki kāne me ʻoe.“Come out of the ark, you and your wife and your sons and their wives.
Kin 8:18Hele akula ʻo Noa me kāna mau keiki kāne, a me kāna wahine, a me nā wāhine a kāna mau keiki kāne me ia:So Noah came out, together with his sons and his wife and his sons’ wives.
Kin 11:29Lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAberama lāua ʻo Nahora i mau wāhine na lāua: ʻo Sarai ka inoa o ka wahine a ʻAberama, a ʻo Mileka ka inoa o ka wahine a Nahora; ʻo ia ke kaikamahine a Harana, a ka makua kāne o Mileka, a ʻo ka makua kāne hoʻi ʻo ʻIseka.Abram and Nahor both married. The name of Abram’s wife was Sarai, and the name of Nahor’s wife was Milkah; she was the daughter of Haran, the father of both Milkah and Iskah.
Kin 11:31Lawe aʻela ʻo Tera i kāna keiki iā ʻAberama, a me kāna moʻopuna iā Lota, ke keiki a Harana, a me Sarai kāna hūnōna wahine, ʻo ka wahine a kāna keiki a ʻAberama; a haele pū maila lākou mai ʻUra mai no ko Kaledea, i ka hele ʻana ma ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana: hiki maila lākou i Harana, a noho ihola i laila.Terah took his son Abram, his grandson Lot son of Haran, and his daughter-in-law Sarai, the wife of his son Abram, and together they set out from Ur of the Chaldeans to go to Canaan. But when they came to Harran, they settled there.
Kin 12:5Lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAberama i kāna wahine iā Sarai, a me Lota ke keiki a kona kaikuaʻana, a me ka waiwai a pau a lākou i hōʻiliʻili ai, a me nā ʻōhua a pau i loaʻa iā lākou ma Harana; a puka maila lākou e hele mai i ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana; a hiki maila lākou i ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana.He took his wife Sarai, his nephew Lot, all the possessions they had accumulated and the people they had acquired in Harran, and they set out for the land of Canaan, and they arrived there.
Kin 12:11A kokoke akula ia e komo i ʻAigupita, ʻī akula ia i kāna wahine iā Sarai, Eia hoʻi ke ʻike nei au he wahine maikaʻi ʻoe ke nānā ʻia aku:As he was about to enter Egypt, he said to his wife Sarai, “I know what a beautiful woman you are.
Kin 12:12No laila, a ʻike mai ko ʻAigupita iā ʻoe, e ʻōlelo auaneʻi lākou, Eia kāna wahine; a e pepehi mai lākou iaʻu, a e hoʻōla aʻe lākou iā ʻoe.When the Egyptians see you, they will say, ‘This is his wife.’ Then they will kill me but will let you live.
Kin 12:14A hiki akula ʻo ʻAberama i ʻAigupita, ʻike maila ko ʻAigupita i ka wahine he maikaʻi loa.When Abram came to Egypt, the Egyptians saw that Sarai was a very beautiful woman.
Kin 12:15A ʻike maila nā luna a Paraʻo iā ia, hoʻomaikaʻi lākou iā ia i mua o Paraʻo, a ua lawe ʻia akula ua wahine lā ma ka hale o Paraʻo.And when Pharaoh’s officials saw her, they praised her to Pharaoh, and she was taken into his palace.
Kin 12:16Lokomaikaʻi maila ʻo ia iā ʻAberama no Sarai: a iā ia nā hipa, nā bipi, nā hoki, nā kauā kāne, nā kauā wahine, nā hoki wahine, a me nā kāmelo.He treated Abram well for her sake, and Abram acquired sheep and cattle, male and female donkeys, male and female servants, and camels.
Kin 12:17Hoʻoʻeha maila ʻo Iēhova iā Paraʻo a me kona poʻe ʻōhua i nā maʻi ʻeha loa, no Sarai ka wahine a ʻAberama.But the Lord inflicted serious diseases on Pharaoh and his household because of Abram’s wife Sarai.
Kin 12:18Kāhea maila ʻo Paraʻo iā ʻAberama, ʻī maila, He aha kēia mea āu i hana mai ai iaʻu? No ke aha lā i haʻi ʻole mai ʻoe iaʻu ʻo kāu wahine ia?So Pharaoh summoned Abram. “What have you done to me?” he said. “Why didn’t you tell me she was your wife?
Kin 12:19No ke aha lā ʻoe i ʻōlelo mai ai, ʻO koʻu kaikuahine ia, i mea e lawe ai au iā ia i wahine naʻu? Eia hoʻi kāu wahine, e lawe ʻoe iā ia, a e hele aku.Why did you say, ‘She is my sister,’ so that I took her to be my wife? Now then, here is your wife. Take her and go!”
Kin 12:20Kauoha akula ʻo Paraʻo i kona poʻe kānaka nona, a hoʻihoʻi maila lākou iā ia, me kāna wahine, a me kāna mau mea a pau.Then Pharaoh gave orders about Abram to his men, and they sent him on his way, with his wife and everything he had.
Kin 13:1Piʻi hou maila ʻo ʻAberama mai ʻAigupita mai, ʻo ia me kāna wahine, a me kāna mau mea a pau, a me ia nō ʻo Lota, i kauwahi o ke kūkulu hema.So Abram went up from Egypt to the Negev, with his wife and everything he had, and Lot went with him.
Kin 15:9ʻĪ maila kēlā iā ia, E lālau ʻoe naʻu i bipi wahine ʻakolu makahiki ona, i kao wahine ʻakolu makahiki ona, i hipa kāne ʻakolu ona makahiki, i manu kuhukukū, a me ka nūnū ʻōpiopio.So the Lord said to him, “Bring me a heifer, a goat and a ram, each three years old, along with a dove and a young pigeon.”
Kin 16:1ʻO Sarai ka wahine a ʻAberama, ʻaʻole ia i hānau keiki nāna: a iā ia kekahi kauā wahine no ʻAigupita, ʻo Hagara kona inoa.Now Sarai, Abram’s wife, had borne him no children. But she had an Egyptian slave named Hagar;
Kin 16:2ʻĪ maila ʻo Sarai iā ʻAberama, Aia hoʻi, ua pā wau iā Iēhova; ke nonoi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e komo aʻe ʻoe i loko i kaʻu kauā wahine, i loaʻa paha iaʻu nā keiki ma ona lā. Hoʻolohe akula ʻo ʻAberama i ka leo o Sarai.so she said to Abram, “The Lord has kept me from having children. Go, sleep with my slave; perhaps I can build a family through her.” Abram agreed to what Sarai said.
Kin 16:3Lālau akula ʻo Sarai ʻo ka wahine a ʻAberama iā Hagara i kāna kauā wahine no ʻAigupita, i ka ʻumi o ka makahiki a ʻAberama i noho ai ma ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana, a hāʻawi maila iā ia i wahine na kāna kāne na ʻAberama.So after Abram had been living in Canaan ten years, Sarai his wife took her Egyptian slave Hagar and gave her to her husband to be his wife.
Kin 16:4Komo akula ia i loko i o Hagara lā, a kō aʻela ia: a ʻike ihola ia ua kō, ua hoʻowahāwahā ʻia kona haku wahine i mua o kona maka.He slept with Hagar, and she conceived. When she knew she was pregnant, she began to despise her mistress.
Kin 16:5ʻĪ maila ʻo Sarai iā ʻAberama, I luna iho ou koʻu hōʻino ʻia: ua hāʻawi aku au i kaʻu kauā wahine i loko o kou poli; a ʻike ihola ia, ua kō ʻo ia, hoʻowahāwahā ʻia nō au e ia: e hoʻoponopono mai ʻo Iēhova ma waena o kāua.Then Sarai said to Abram, “You are responsible for the wrong I am suffering. I put my slave in your arms, and now that she knows she is pregnant, she despises me. May the Lord judge between you and me.”
Kin 16:6ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAberama iā Sarai, Aia hoʻi, i loko nō o kou lima kāu kauā wahine, e hana aku ʻoe iā ia e like me kou makemake. A hoʻopilikia akula ʻo Sarai iā ia, mahuka akula ia mai kona alo aku.“Your slave is in your hands,” Abram said. “Do with her whatever you think best.” Then Sarai mistreated Hagar; so she fled from her.
Kin 16:8ʻĪ maila ia, E Hagara, e ke kauā wahine a Sarai, no hea mai ʻoe? E hele ana hoʻi ʻoe i hea? ʻĪ akula kēlā, Ke mahuka aku nei au mai ke alo o koʻu haku wahine, mai o Sarai aku.And he said, “Hagar, slave of Sarai, where have you come from, and where are you going?” “I’m running away from my mistress Sarai,” she answered.
Kin 16:9ʻŌlelo maila ka ʻānela o Iēhova iā ia, E hoʻi hou ʻoe i kou haku wahine, a e noho iho ʻoe ma lalo o kona mau lima.Then the angel of the Lord told her, “Go back to your mistress and submit to her.”
Kin 17:15ʻŌlelo maila ke Akua iā ʻAberahama, A ʻo Sarai ʻo kāu wahine, ʻaʻole ʻoe e kāhea hou aku i kona inoa, ʻo Sarai, e kapa ʻia ʻo ia, ʻo Sara.God also said to Abraham, “As for Sarai your wife, you are no longer to call her Sarai; her name will be Sarah.
Kin 18:9Nīnau maila lākou iā ia, ʻAuhea kāu wahine, ʻo Sara? ʻĪ akula ia, aia nō i loko o ka halelewa.“Where is your wife Sarah?” they asked him. “There, in the tent,” he said.
Kin 19:15I ka wanaʻao, hoʻolalelale ua mau ʻānela lā iā Lota, ʻī maila, E ala aʻe, e lawe i kāu wahine, a me kāu mau kaikamāhine ʻelua ma ʻaneʻi, o pau auaneʻi ʻoe i loko o ka make o ko ke kūlanakauhale.With the coming of dawn, the angels urged Lot, saying, “Hurry! Take your wife and your two daughters who are here, or you will be swept away when the city is punished.”
Kin 19:16Iā ia i hoʻokaʻulua ai, lālau akula ua mau kānaka lā i kona lima, me ka lima o kāna wahine, a me ka lima o kāna mau kaikamāhine ʻelua; ahonui maila ʻo Iēhova iā ia: alakaʻi akula lāua iā ia, a hoʻokuʻu akula i waho o ke kūlanakauhale.When he hesitated, the men grasped his hand and the hands of his wife and of his two daughters and led them safely out of the city, for the Lord was merciful to them.
Kin 19:26Akā, nānā aʻela kāna wahine ma hope ona, a lilo ihola ia i kūkulu paʻakai.But Lot’s wife looked back, and she became a pillar of salt.
Kin 20:2ʻŌlelo akula ʻo ʻAberahama no kāna wahine no Sara, ʻO ia nō kuʻu kaikuahine: a hoʻouna maila ʻo ʻAbimeleka ke aliʻi o Gerara, a lawe akula iā Sara.and there Abraham said of his wife Sarah, “She is my sister.” Then Abimelek king of Gerar sent for Sarah and took her.
Kin 20:3A hele maila ke Akua i o ʻAbimeleka lā ma ka moeʻuhane i ka pō, ʻī maila iā ia, Aia hoʻi, he kanaka make ʻoe, no ka wahine āu i lawe iho nei, no ka mea, he wahine mea kāne ia.But God came to Abimelek in a dream one night and said to him, “You are as good as dead because of the woman you have taken; she is a married woman.”
Kin 20:5ʻAʻole anei ia i ʻōlelo mai iaʻu, ʻO koʻu kaikuahine ia? A ʻo ka wahine, ʻo ia kai ʻī mai, He kaikunāne kēlā noʻu: ma ka manaʻo pono o kuʻu naʻau a me ka hala ʻole o kuʻu mau lima kaʻu i hana aku ai i kēia.Did he not say to me, ‘She is my sister,’ and didn’t she also say, ‘He is my brother’? I have done this with a clear conscience and clean hands.”
Kin 20:7No ia mea hoʻi, e hoʻihoʻi aku na ua kanaka lā i kāna wahine; no ka mea, he kāula ia, a nāna nō e pule mai nou, i ola ai ʻoe: a i ʻole ʻoe e hoʻihoʻi mai iā ia, a laila e ʻike pono ʻoe, he ʻoiaʻiʻo e make nō ʻoe, ʻo ʻoe a me ou poʻe a pau.Now return the man’s wife, for he is a prophet, and he will pray for you and you will live. But if you do not return her, you may be sure that you and all who belong to you will die.”
Kin 20:11ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAberahama, No ka mea, ʻī ihola au ma kuʻu naʻau, He ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻaʻole ka makaʻu i ke Akua ma kēia wahi; a e pepehi mai auaneʻi lākou iaʻu no kuʻu wahine.Abraham replied, “I said to myself, ‘There is surely no fear of God in this place, and they will kill me because of my wife.’
Kin 20:12He ʻoiaʻiʻo hoʻi, ʻo koʻu kaikuahine nō ia, ke kaikamahine a kuʻu makua kāne, ʻaʻole naʻe ia ke kaikamahine a kuʻu makuahine, a lilo maila ia i wahine naʻu.Besides, she really is my sister, the daughter of my father though not of my mother; and she became my wife.
Kin 20:14Lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAbimeleka i nā hipa, me nā bipi kāne, i nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine, a hāʻawi maila iā ʻAberahama, a hoʻihoʻi maila ʻo ia iā Sara kāna wahine nāna.Then Abimelek brought sheep and cattle and male and female slaves and gave them to Abraham, and he returned Sarah his wife to him.
Kin 20:17Pule akula ʻo ʻAberahama i ke Akua: a hoʻōla maila ke Akua iā ʻAbimeleka, me kāna wahine a me kāna poʻe kauā wahine; a hānau keiki lākou.Then Abraham prayed to God, and God healed Abimelek, his wife and his female slaves so they could have children again,
Kin 20:18No ka mea, ua papani ʻia e Iēhova nā ʻōpū o nā wāhine a pau o ka hale o ʻAbimeleka, no Sara ka wahine a ʻAberahama.for the Lord had kept all the women in Abimelek’s household from conceiving because of Abraham’s wife Sarah.
Kin 21:10No ia mea, ʻī maila ʻo ia iā ʻAberahama, E hoʻokuke aku ʻoe i ua kauā wahine lā a me kāna keiki: no ka mea, ʻaʻole e hoʻoili pū ʻia aku ka waiwai i ke keiki a ua kauā wahine lā me kaʻu keiki, me ʻIsaʻaka.and she said to Abraham, “Get rid of that slave woman and her son, for that woman’s son will never share in the inheritance with my son Isaac.”
Kin 21:12ʻĪ maila ke Akua iā ʻAberahama, Mai hōʻehaʻeha ʻoe i kou naʻau no ke keiki, a no kāu kauā wahine, e hoʻolohe aku ʻoe i ka leo o Sara i ka mea a pau āna i ʻōlelo mai ai iā ʻoe; no ka mea, e kapa ʻia aku kāu poʻe mamo ma muli o ʻIsaʻaka.But God said to him, “Do not be so distressed about the boy and your slave woman. Listen to whatever Sarah tells you, because it is through Isaac that your offspring will be reckoned.
Kin 21:13A e hoʻolilo auaneʻi hoʻi au i ke keiki a ke kauā wahine i lāhui kanaka, no ka mea, ʻo kāu keiki ia.I will make the son of the slave into a nation also, because he is your offspring.”
Kin 21:21Noho ihola ia ma ka wao nahele ʻo Parana: a lawe aʻela kona makuahine i wahine nāna, no ʻAigupita mai.While he was living in the Desert of Paran, his mother got a wife for him from Egypt.
Kin 21:28A hoʻonoho akula ʻo ʻAberahama i nā hipa keiki wahine i ʻehiku ma kahi kaʻawale.Abraham set apart seven ewe lambs from the flock,
Kin 21:29Nīnau maila ʻo ʻAbimeleka iā ʻAberahama, I mea aha kēia mau hipa keiki wahine ʻehiku, āu i hoʻonoho iho ai ma kahi kaʻawale?and Abimelek asked Abraham, “What is the meaning of these seven ewe lambs you have set apart by themselves?”
Kin 21:30ʻĪ akula kēlā, No ka mea, e lawe ʻoe i kēia mau hipa keiki wahine ʻehiku na kuʻu lima aku, i mea hōʻike maka noʻu, naʻu nō i ʻeli iho i kēia luawai.He replied, “Accept these seven lambs from my hand as a witness that I dug this well.”
Kin 22:24Na kāna haiā wahine hoʻi, ʻo Reuma kona inoa, nāna hoʻi i hānau mai ʻo Teba, ʻo Gehama, ʻo Tahasa, a ʻo Maʻaka.His concubine, whose name was Reumah, also had sons: Tebah, Gaham, Tahash and Maakah.
Kin 23:19Ma hope iho kanu ihola ʻo ʻAberahama i kāna wahine iā Sara i loko o ke ana ma ka mahina ʻai o Makepela ma ke alo o Mamere: ʻo ia ʻo Heberona i ka ʻāina ʻo Kanaʻana.Afterward Abraham buried his wife Sarah in the cave in the field of Machpelah near Mamre (which is at Hebron) in the land of Canaan.
Kin 24:3A naʻu nō e hāʻawi aku iā ʻoe e hoʻohiki ma o Iēhova lā, ma ke Akua o ka lani, a ke Akua o ka honua; i lawe ʻole ai ʻoe i wahine na kaʻu keiki na ʻIsaʻaka, no nā kaikamāhine a ko Kanaʻana ka poʻe aʻu e noho nei i waena.I want you to swear by the Lord, the God of heaven and the God of earth, that you will not get a wife for my son from the daughters of the Canaanites, among whom I am living,
Kin 24:4Akā, e hele aku ʻoe i koʻu ʻāina, a i koʻu poʻe hoahānau, a e lawe mai i wahine na kaʻu keiki na ʻIsaʻaka.but will go to my country and my own relatives and get a wife for my son Isaac.”
Kin 24:5ʻĪ maila ua kauā nei iā ia, Inā paha ʻaʻole e makemake ka wahine e hahai mai iaʻu a hiki i kēia ʻāina: e pono anei iaʻu e kaʻi aku i kāu keiki i ka ʻāina āu i hele mai nei?The servant asked him, “What if the woman is unwilling to come back with me to this land? Shall I then take your son back to the country you came from?”
Kin 24:7Na Iēhova ke Akua o ka lani, nāna au i lawe, mai ka hale mai o koʻu makua kāne, a mai ka ʻāina mai o koʻu poʻe hoahānau, a ʻōlelo mai iaʻu, a hoʻohiki mai nō hoʻi iaʻu, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E hāʻawi auaneʻi au i kēia ʻāina no kāu poʻe mamo; nāna nō e hoʻouna aku i kona ʻānela ma mua ou, a e lawe mai ʻoe i wahine na kaʻu keiki mai laila mai.“The Lord, the God of heaven, who brought me out of my father’s household and my native land and who spoke to me and promised me on oath, saying, ‘To your offspring I will give this land’ — he will send his angel before you so that you can get a wife for my son from there.
Kin 24:8A i makemake ʻole ka wahine e hahai mai iā ʻoe, a laila e hala ʻole ʻoe i kēia hoʻohiki ʻana noʻu: akā, mai kaʻi aku ʻoe i kaʻu keiki i laila.If the woman is unwilling to come back with you, then you will be released from this oath of mine. Only do not take my son back there.”
Kin 24:15ʻAʻole ia i hoʻōki iho i kāna ʻōlelo ʻana, Aia hoʻi, hiki maila ʻo Rebeka, ka mea i hānau na Betuʻela, na ke keiki kāne a Mileka a ka wahine a Nahora, ko ʻAberahama kaikuaʻana, me kona bākeke ma luna o kona poʻohiwi.Before he had finished praying, Rebekah came out with her jar on her shoulder. She was the daughter of Bethuel son of Milkah, who was the wife of Abraham’s brother Nahor.
Kin 24:16Ua maikaʻi ka maka o ua kaikamahine lā ke nānā ʻia aku, he wahine puʻupaʻa, ʻaʻole i ʻike ʻia e kekahi kāne: iho ihola ia ma ka luawai, hoʻopiha ihola i kona bākeke, a hoʻi maila i luna.The woman was very beautiful, a virgin; no man had ever slept with her. She went down to the spring, filled her jar and came up again.
Kin 24:35Ua hoʻopōmaikaʻi nui mai ʻo Iēhova i kuʻu haku; a ua lilo ia i mea nui: ua hāʻawi mai ia nāna i hipa, a me nā bipi, i ke kālā a me ke gula, i nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine, i nā kāmelo a me nā hoki.The Lord has blessed my master abundantly, and he has become wealthy. He has given him sheep and cattle, silver and gold, male and female servants, and camels and donkeys.
Kin 24:36A hānau maila ʻo Sara ka wahine a kuʻu haku i keiki kāne nāna i kona wā luahine, a ua hāʻawi aku kēlā i kona waiwai a pau nona.My master’s wife Sarah has borne him a son in her old age, and he has given him everything he owns.
Kin 24:37A ua hāʻawi mai kuʻu haku iaʻu e hoʻohiki, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, Mai lawe ʻoe i wahine na kuʻu keiki no nā kaikamāhine a ko Kanaʻana, nona kēia wahi aʻu e noho nei:And my master made me swear an oath, and said, ‘You must not get a wife for my son from the daughters of the Canaanites, in whose land I live,
Kin 24:38Akā, e hele ʻoe i ka ʻohana a kuʻu makua kāne, a i koʻu poʻe hoahānau, a e lawe mai ʻoe i wahine na kuʻu keiki.but go to my father’s family and to my own clan, and get a wife for my son.’
Kin 24:39ʻĪ akula au i kuʻu haku, Inā paha ʻaʻole e makemake ka wahine e hahai mai iaʻu.“Then I asked my master, ‘What if the woman will not come back with me?’
Kin 24:40ʻĪ maila kēlā iaʻu, Na Iēhova, na ka Mea i mua ona koʻu hele ʻana, nāna nō e hoʻouna aku i kona ʻānela me ʻoe, a e hoʻopōmaikaʻi i kou hele ʻana; a e lawe mai ʻoe i wahine na kuʻu keiki no koʻu poʻe hoahānau, a no ka ʻohana a koʻu makua kāne:“He replied, ‘The Lord, before whom I have walked faithfully, will send his angel with you and make your journey a success, so that you can get a wife for my son from my own clan and from my father’s family.
Kin 24:43Eia wau, ke kū nei ma ka luawai, a i ka manawa e hele mai ai ka wahine puʻupaʻa e huki wai ai, a e ʻī aku au iā ia, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hāʻawi mai noʻu i wahi wai o kou bākeke e inu;See, I am standing beside this spring. If a young woman comes out to draw water and I say to her, “Please let me drink a little water from your jar,”
Kin 24:44A e ʻōlelo mai ʻo ia iaʻu, E inu ʻoe, a e huki hoʻi au no kou mau kāmelo; ʻo ia ka wahine a Iēhova i koho ai na ke keiki a koʻu haku.and if she says to me, “Drink, and I’ll draw water for your camels too,” let her be the one the Lord has chosen for my master’s son.’
Kin 24:48Kūlou ihola au i kuʻu poʻo, a hoʻomana akula iā Iēhova, a hoʻomaikaʻi akula iā Iēhova i ke Akua o kuʻu haku ʻo ʻAberahama, nāna au i alakaʻi ma ke ala pono, i lawe au i ke kaikamahine a ka hoahānau o kuʻu haku i wahine na kāna keiki.and I bowed down and worshiped the Lord. I praised the Lord, the God of my master Abraham, who had led me on the right road to get the granddaughter of my master’s brother for his son.
Kin 24:51Aia hoʻi ʻo Rebeka i mua o kou alo, e lawe ʻoe iā ia a e hele aku, i lilo ai ia i wahine na ke keiki a kou haku, e like me kā Iēhova i ʻōlelo mai ai.Here is Rebekah; take her and go, and let her become the wife of your master’s son, as the Lord has directed.”
Kin 24:67Alakaʻi akula ʻo ʻIsaʻaka iā ia ma loko o ka halelewa o kona makuahine ʻo Sara; lawe akula ʻo ia iā Rebeka, a lilo ihola ia i wahine nāna, a aloha aʻela ʻo ia iā ia. A ua hōʻoluʻolu ʻia ʻo ʻIsaʻaka no kona makuahine.Isaac brought her into the tent of his mother Sarah, and he married Rebekah. So she became his wife, and he loved her; and Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death.
Kin 25:1Lawe hou aʻela ʻo ʻAberahama i wahine nāna, ʻo Ketura kona inoa.Abraham had taken another wife, whose name was Keturah.
Kin 25:6Akā, hāʻawi akula ʻo ʻAberahama i nā makana na nā keiki kāne a nā haiā wahine a ʻAberahama, a hoʻokuʻu akula iā lākou, i kona wā e ola ana, mai kāna keiki ʻo ʻIsaʻaka aku, e hele i ka ʻāina o ka hikina.But while he was still living, he gave gifts to the sons of his concubines and sent them away from his son Isaac to the land of the east.
Kin 25:10Ma ka mahina ʻai a ʻAberahama i kūʻai ai me nā mamo a Heta: i laila i kanu ʻia ai ʻo ʻAberahama, a me Sara ʻo kāna wahine.the field Abraham had bought from the Hittites. There Abraham was buried with his wife Sarah.
Kin 25:12Eia ka moʻoʻōlelo no ʻIsemaʻela, no ke keiki kāne a ʻAberahama, ʻo ka mea a Hagara no ʻAigupita ke kauā wahine a Sara i hānau ai na ʻAberahama :This is the account of the family line of Abraham’s son Ishmael, whom Sarah’s slave, Hagar the Egyptian, bore to Abraham.
Kin 25:20He kanahā nā makahiki o ʻIsaʻaka i kona wā i lawe ai iā Rebeka ke kaikamahine a Betuʻela no Suria, a ke kaikuahine o Labana no Suria, i wahine nāna.and Isaac was forty years old when he married Rebekah daughter of Bethuel the Aramean from Paddan Aram and sister of Laban the Aramean.
Kin 25:21Nonoi akula ʻo ʻIsaʻaka iā Iēhova no kāna wahine, no ka mea, ua pā ʻo ia: a hoʻolohe maila ke Akua iā ia, a hāpai aʻela kāna wahine ʻo Rebeka.Isaac prayed to the Lord on behalf of his wife, because she was childless. The Lord answered his prayer, and his wife Rebekah became pregnant.
Kin 26:7Nīnau maila nā kānaka o ia wahi iā ia no kāna wahine; ʻī akula ia, ʻO koʻu kaikuahine nō ia: no ka mea, makaʻu ihola ia i ka ʻī aku, ʻO ia kaʻu wahine; o pepehi mai nā kānaka o ia wahi iaʻu no Rebeka; no ka mea, he maikaʻi ia ke nānā ʻia aku.When the men of that place asked him about his wife, he said, “She is my sister,” because he was afraid to say, “She is my wife.” He thought, “The men of this place might kill me on account of Rebekah, because she is beautiful.”
Kin 26:8Iā ia i noho ai ma ia wahi a liʻuliʻu, nānā maila ʻo ʻAbimeleka ʻo ke aliʻi o ko Pilisetia, ma ka puka makani, ʻike maila ia, aia hoʻi, ʻo ʻIsaʻaka e leʻaleʻa ana me kāna wahine, me Rebeka.When Isaac had been there a long time, Abimelek king of the Philistines looked down from a window and saw Isaac caressing his wife Rebekah.
Kin 26:9Hea maila ʻo ʻAbimeleka iā ʻIsaʻaka, ʻī maila, Aia hoʻi, he ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, ʻo kāu wahine nō ia; a pehea hoʻi ʻoe i ʻōlelo mai ai, ʻO koʻu kaikuahine ia? ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻIsaʻaka iā ia, No ka mea, ʻī ihola au, E make paha uaneʻi au nona.So Abimelek summoned Isaac and said, “She is really your wife! Why did you say, ‘She is my sister’?” Isaac answered him, “Because I thought I might lose my life on account of her.”
Kin 26:10ʻĪ maila ʻo ʻAbimeleka, He aha kēia āu i hana mai ai iā mākou? Inā i moe wale paha kekahi o nā kānaka me kāu wahine, inā ua hoʻoili mai ʻoe i ka hala ma luna o mākou.Then Abimelek said, “What is this you have done to us? One of the men might well have slept with your wife, and you would have brought guilt upon us.”
Kin 26:11Kauoha aku ʻo ʻAbimeleka i nā kānaka a pau, i ka ʻī ʻana, ʻO ka mea hoʻopā aku i kēia kanaka, a i kāna wahine paha, he ʻoiaʻiʻo e make ia.So Abimelek gave orders to all the people: “Anyone who harms this man or his wife shall surely be put to death.”
Kin 27:46ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Rebeka iā ʻIsaʻaka, Ua pauaho nō wau i kuʻu ola ʻana, no nā kaikamāhine a ka Heta: inā e lawe ʻo Iakoba i kekahi kaikamahine a ka Heta i wahine nāna, e like me nā kaikamāhine o ka ʻāina, pehea lā wau e pono ai i kuʻu ola ʻana?Then Rebekah said to Isaac, “I’m disgusted with living because of these Hittite women. If Jacob takes a wife from among the women of this land, from Hittite women like these, my life will not be worth living.”
Kin 28:1Hea akula ʻo ʻIsaʻaka iā Iakoba, hoʻomaikaʻi akula iā ia, kauoha akula iā ia, ʻī akula, Mai lawe ʻoe i wahine nāu no nā kaikamāhine a ko Kanaʻana.So Isaac called for Jacob and blessed him. Then he commanded him: “Do not marry a Canaanite woman.
Kin 28:2E kū aʻe, e hele aku ʻoe i Padanarama, i ka hale o Betuʻela ʻo ka makua kāne o kou makuahine; a e lawe ʻoe i wahine nāu no laila, no nā kaikamāhine a Labana a ke kaikunāne o kou makuahine.Go at once to Paddan Aram, to the house of your mother’s father Bethuel. Take a wife for yourself there, from among the daughters of Laban, your mother’s brother.
Kin 28:6A ʻike iho ʻo ʻEsau, ua hoʻomaikaʻi mai ʻo ʻIsaʻaka iā Iakoba, a ua hoʻouna aku iā ia e hele i Padanarama, e lawe i wahine nāna mai ia wahi mai; a i kāna hoʻomaikaʻi ʻana iā ia, kauoha akula ia, i ka ʻī ʻana, Mai lawe ʻoe i wahine nāu no nā kaikamāhine a ko Kanaʻana;Now Esau learned that Isaac had blessed Jacob and had sent him to Paddan Aram to take a wife from there, and that when he blessed him he commanded him, “Do not marry a Canaanite woman,”
Kin 28:9A laila, hele akula ʻo ʻEsau i o ʻIsemaʻela lā, a hui maila me kāna mau wāhine, iā Mahalata i ke kaikamahine a ʻIsemaʻela a ke keiki a ʻAberahama, ʻo ia ke kaikuahine o Nebaiota, i wahine nāna.so he went to Ishmael and married Mahalath, the sister of Nebaioth and daughter of Ishmael son of Abraham, in addition to the wives he already had.
Kin 29:21ʻĪ akula ʻo Iakoba iā Labana, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kaʻu wahine, i komo ai au i loko i ona lā, no ka mea, ua hala aʻe nei koʻu mau lā.Then Jacob said to Laban, “Give me my wife. My time is completed, and I want to make love to her.”
Kin 29:24Hāʻawi akula ʻo Labana iā Zilepa i kona kaikamahine i kauā wahine na kāna kaikamahine na Lea.And Laban gave his servant Zilpah to his daughter as her attendant.
Kin 29:28Pēlā nō ʻo Iakoba i hana aku ai, a hoʻopau aʻela i ko ia lā hebedoma: a hāʻawi akula hoʻi ʻo ia iā Rāhela i kāna kaikamahine i wahine nāna.And Jacob did so. He finished the week with Leah, and then Laban gave him his daughter Rachel to be his wife.
Kin 29:29Hāʻawi maila ʻo Labana iā Bileha i kona kaikamahine, i kauā wahine na Rāhela, na kāna kaikamahine.Laban gave his servant Bilhah to his daughter Rachel as her attendant.
Kin 30:3ʻĪ maila ia, Aia hoʻi kuʻu kauā wahine ʻo Bileha, e komo aku ʻoe i ona lā; a e hānau mai auaneʻi ia ma luna o kuʻu mau kuli, i keiki ai hoʻi au ma ona lā.Then she said, “Here is Bilhah, my servant. Sleep with her so that she can bear children for me and I too can build a family through her.”
Kin 30:4Hāʻawi maila ʻo ia iā Bileha i kāna kauā wahine, i wahine nāna: a komo akula ʻo Iakoba i ona lā.So she gave him her servant Bilhah as a wife. Jacob slept with her,
Kin 30:7Hāpai hou ihola ʻo Bileha ke kauā wahine a Rāhela, a hānau maila, ʻo ka lua ia o kāna keiki kāne na Iakoba.Rachel’s servant Bilhah conceived again and bore Jacob a second son.
Kin 30:9A ʻike ihola ʻo Lea, ua oki kona hānau ʻana, lālau akula ia iā Zilepa, i kāna kauā wahine, a hāʻawi akula iā ia i wahine na Iakoba.When Leah saw that she had stopped having children, she took her servant Zilpah and gave her to Jacob as a wife.
Kin 30:10A hānau maila ʻo Zilepa ke kauā wahine a Lea i keiki kāne na Iakoba.Leah’s servant Zilpah bore Jacob a son.
Kin 30:12Hānau maila hoʻi ʻo Zilepa ʻo ke kauā wahine a Lea i ka lua o ke keiki kāne na Iakoba.Leah’s servant Zilpah bore Jacob a second son.
Kin 30:18ʻĪ maila ʻo Lea, Ua hāʻawi maila ke Akua i kaʻu uku, no kuʻu hāʻawi ʻana aku i kaʻu kauā wahine na kuʻu kāne: a kapa ihola ia i kona inoa ʻo ʻIsakara.Then Leah said, “God has rewarded me for giving my servant to my husband.” So she named him Issachar.
Kin 30:35Ia lā nō, hoʻokaʻawale aʻela ʻo ia i nā kao kāne a pau i ʻōniʻoniʻo a i kikokiko, a me nā kao wahine a pau i ʻōniʻoniʻo a kikokiko, me nā mea kiko keʻokeʻo a pau; a me nā mea ʻeleʻele o nā mea keiki hipa, a hāʻawi akula i loko o ka lima o kāna mau keiki kāne.That same day he removed all the male goats that were streaked or spotted, and all the speckled or spotted female goats (all that had white on them) and all the dark-colored lambs, and he placed them in the care of his sons.
Kin 30:43A he nui loa ka waiwai o ua kanaka nei: iā ia nā holoholona he nui wale, me nā kauā wahine, a me nā kauā kāne, nā kāmelo, a me nā hoki.In this way the man grew exceedingly prosperous and came to own large flocks, and female and male servants, and camels and donkeys.
Kin 31:10A i ka manawa a ka poʻe holoholona i kō ai, nānā akula koʻu mau maka ma ka moeʻuhane, ʻike akula, aia hoʻi, ʻo nā kao kāne i lele aku ma luna o nā kao wahine ua ʻōniʻoniʻo, a ua kikokiko, a me ke kīkohukohu.“In breeding season I once had a dream in which I looked up and saw that the male goats mating with the flock were streaked, speckled or spotted.
Kin 31:12ʻĪ maila kēlā, E nānā aku ʻoe e ʻike, ʻo nā kao kāne e lele ana ma luna o nā kao wahine, ua ʻōniʻoniʻo, ua kikokiko, a me ke kīkohukohu: no ka mea, ua ʻike nō wau i ka mea a pau a Labana i hana mai ai iā ʻoe.And he said, ‘Look up and see that all the male goats mating with the flock are streaked, speckled or spotted, for I have seen all that Laban has been doing to you.
Kin 31:33Komo akula ʻo Labana i loko o ka halelewa o Iakoba, a i loko o ka halelewa o Lea, i loko hoʻi o nā halelewa o nā kauā wahine ʻelua, ʻaʻole i loaʻa. A laila, hele akula ia i waho o ka halelewa o Lea, a komo akula i loko o ka halelewa o Rāhela.So Laban went into Jacob’s tent and into Leah’s tent and into the tent of the two female servants, but he found nothing. After he came out of Leah’s tent, he entered Rachel’s tent.
Kin 31:35ʻĪ akula ʻo Rāhela i kona makua kāne, mai huhū mai koʻu haku i kuʻu hiki ʻole ke kū aʻe i luna; no ka mea, he maʻi wahine koʻu. ʻImi ihola ʻo ia, ʻaʻole naʻe i loaʻa iā ia nā kiʻi.Rachel said to her father, “Don’t be angry, my lord, that I cannot stand up in your presence; I’m having my period.” So he searched but could not find the household gods.
Kin 31:38He iwakālua nā makahiki aʻu i noho ai me ʻoe; ʻo kāu poʻe hipa wahine a me kāu poʻe kao wahine, ʻaʻole lākou i hānau i ka wā, ʻaʻole hoʻi au i ʻai i nā hipa kāne o kou poʻe holoholona.“I have been with you for twenty years now. Your sheep and goats have not miscarried, nor have I eaten rams from your flocks.
Kin 32:5Iaʻu nō nā bipi, nā hoki, nā holoholona, me nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine; a ua hoʻouna aku nō wau e haʻi aku i kuʻu haku, i loaʻa iaʻu ke aloha ʻia i mua o kou maka.I have cattle and donkeys, sheep and goats, male and female servants. Now I am sending this message to my lord, that I may find favor in your eyes.’”
Kin 32:14I ʻelua haneri kao wahine, me nā kao kāne he iwakālua; ʻelua haneri hipa wahine, me nā hipa kāne he iwakālua,two hundred female goats and twenty male goats, two hundred ewes and twenty rams,
Kin 32:15He kanakolu kāmelo waiū, me kā lākou mau keiki; he kanahā bipi wahine, me nā bipi kāne he ʻumi; he iwakālua hoki wahine a me nā hoki keiki he ʻumi.thirty female camels with their young, forty cows and ten bulls, and twenty female donkeys and ten male donkeys.
Kin 32:22Ala aʻela ʻo ia ia pō, lālau akula ia i kāna mau wāhine ʻelua, me kāna mau kauā wahine ʻelua, a me kāna mau keiki kāne he ʻumikumamākahi, a hele akula ma kahi pāpaʻu ʻo Iaboka ma kēlā kapa.That night Jacob got up and took his two wives, his two female servants and his eleven sons and crossed the ford of the Jabbok.
Kin 33:1Nānā akula nā maka o Iakoba, ʻike akula, aia hoʻi, ua hiki mai ʻo ʻEsau me nā haneri kānaka ʻehā. A puʻunaue akula ia i nā kamaliʻi iā Lea, a iā Rāhela, a i nā kauā wahine ʻelua.Jacob looked up and there was Esau, coming with his four hundred men; so he divided the children among Leah, Rachel and the two female servants.
Kin 33:2Hoʻonoho akula ia i nā kauā wahine me nā keiki a lāua ma mua, iā Lea hoʻi me kāna mau keiki ma hope iho, a iā Rāhela me Iosepa ma hope loa.He put the female servants and their children in front, Leah and her children next, and Rachel and Joseph in the rear.
Kin 33:6A laila neʻeneʻe maila nā kauā wahine, ʻo lāua me nā keiki a lāua, a kūlou ihola lākou.Then the female servants and their children approached and bowed down.
Kin 34:4ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Sekema i kona makua kāne iā Hamora, E kiʻi aku ʻoe i ua kaikamahine lā, i wahine naʻu.And Shechem said to his father Hamor, “Get me this girl as my wife.”
Kin 34:8Kamaʻilio maila ʻo Hamora me lākou, ʻī maila, Ua pili ka naʻau o kuʻu keiki kāne i kā ʻoukou kaikamahine: ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoukou, e hāʻawi mai iā ia i wahine nāna.But Hamor said to them, “My son Shechem has his heart set on your daughter. Please give her to him as his wife.
Kin 34:12E hoʻonui loa ʻoukou i kaʻu mea e uku aku ai, a me ka makana, a e hāʻawi aku nō au e like me kā ʻoukou e ʻōlelo mai ai: akā, e hāʻawi mai i ke kaikamahine i wahine naʻu.Make the price for the bride and the gift I am to bring as great as you like, and I’ll pay whatever you ask me. Only give me the young woman as my wife.”
Kin 34:31ʻĪ maila lākou, E pono anei e hana mai ia i ko mākou kaikuahine, me he wahine hoʻokamakama lā?But they replied, “Should he have treated our sister like a prostitute?”
Kin 35:22A i ka noho ʻana o ʻIseraʻela ma ia ʻāina, hele akula ʻo Reubena, a moe pū ihola me Bileha me ka haiā wahine a kona makua kāne; a lohe aʻela ʻo ʻIseraʻela. ʻO nā keiki kāne a Iakoba he ʻumikumamālua:While Israel was living in that region, Reuben went in and slept with his father’s concubine Bilhah, and Israel heard of it. Jacob had twelve sons:
Kin 35:25ʻO nā keiki kāne a Bileha, a ke kauā wahine a Rāhela; ʻo Dana, a ʻo Napetali.The sons of Rachel’s servant Bilhah: Dan and Naphtali.
Kin 35:26ʻO nā keiki kāne a Zilepa, a ke kauā wahine a Lea; ʻo Gada a ʻo ʻAsera. ʻO lākou nā keiki kāne a Iakoba, i hānau nāna ma Padanarama.The sons of Leah’s servant Zilpah: Gad and Asher. These were the sons of Jacob, who were born to him in Paddan Aram.
Kin 36:10Eia nā inoa o nā keiki kāne a ʻEsau, ʻo ʻElipaza, ke keiki a ʻAda, a ka wahine na ʻEsau; ʻo Reuʻela ke keiki a Basemata a ka wahine na ʻEsau.These are the names of Esau’s sons: Eliphaz, the son of Esau’s wife Adah, and Reuel, the son of Esau’s wife Basemath.
Kin 36:12A ʻo Timena ka haiā wahine na ʻElipaza na ke keiki a ʻEsau; a nāna mai i hānau ʻo ʻAmaleka na ʻElipaza: ʻo lākou nā keiki kāne a ʻAda, a ka wahine na ʻEsau.Esau’s son Eliphaz also had a concubine named Timna, who bore him Amalek. These were grandsons of Esau’s wife Adah.
Kin 36:13Eia nā keiki kāne a Reuʻela; ʻo Nahata, ʻo Zera, ʻo Sama, a ʻo Miza: ʻo lākou nā keiki kāne a Basemata a ka wahine a ʻEsau.The sons of Reuel: Nahath, Zerah, Shammah and Mizzah. These were grandsons of Esau’s wife Basemath.
Kin 36:14Eia nā keiki kāne a ʻAholibama, a ke kaikamahine a ʻAna, ke kaikamahine a Zibeona, ka wahine a ʻEsau: a nāna i hānau mai ʻo Ieusa, ʻo Iaʻalama, a ʻo Kora na ʻEsau.The sons of Esau’s wife Oholibamah daughter of Anah and granddaughter of Zibeon, whom she bore to Esau: Jeush, Jalam and Korah.
Kin 36:17Eia nā keiki kāne a Reuʻela a ke keiki kāne a ʻEsau; ʻo Nahata he makualiʻi, ʻo Zera he makualiʻi, ʻo Sama, he makualiʻi, a ʻo Miza he makualiʻi: ʻo lākou nā mākualiʻi na Reuʻela, ma ka ʻāina ʻo ʻEdoma: ʻo lākou nā moʻopuna a Basemata, a ka wahine a ʻEsau.The sons of Esau’s son Reuel: Chiefs Nahath, Zerah, Shammah and Mizzah. These were the chiefs descended from Reuel in Edom; they were grandsons of Esau’s wife Basemath.
Kin 36:18Eia nā keiki kāne a ʻAholibama, a ka wahine na ʻEsau; ʻo Ieusa he makualiʻi, ʻo Iaʻalama he makualiʻi, a ʻo Kora he makualiʻi: ʻo lākou nā mākualiʻi na ʻAholibama, ke kaikamahine a ʻAna, a ka wahine a ʻEsau.The sons of Esau’s wife Oholibamah: Chiefs Jeush, Jalam and Korah. These were the chiefs descended from Esau’s wife Oholibamah daughter of Anah.
Kin 36:39A make ihola ʻo Baʻala-hanana ke keiki a ʻAkebora, noho aliʻi aʻela ʻo Hadara ma kona wahi: ʻo Pau ka inoa o kona kūlanakauhale; a ʻo Mehetabela ka inoa o kāna wahine, ʻo ia ke kaikamahine a Matereda, ke kaikamahine a Mezahaba.When Baal-Hanan son of Akbor died, Hadad succeeded him as king. His city was named Pau, and his wife’s name was Mehetabel daughter of Matred, the daughter of Me-Zahab.
Kin 38:6Lawe aʻela ʻo Iuda i wahine na ʻEra, na kāna hiapo, ʻo Tamara kona inoa.Judah got a wife for Er, his firstborn, and her name was Tamar.
Kin 38:8ʻĪ akula ʻo Iuda iā ʻOnana, E komo aku ʻoe i ka wahine a kou kaikuaʻana, e mare me ia, a e hoʻokū aʻe i keiki na kou kaikuaʻana.Then Judah said to Onan, “Sleep with your brother’s wife and fulfill your duty to her as a brother-in-law to raise up offspring for your brother.”
Kin 38:9ʻIke ihola ʻo ʻOnana, ʻaʻole nāna ke keiki, a laila, i ka manawa āna i komo aku ai i ka wahine a kona kaikuaʻana, kikī ihola ʻo ia i ka mea ma ka honua, o hāʻawi auaneʻi ia i hua na kona kaikuaʻana.But Onan knew that the child would not be his; so whenever he slept with his brother’s wife, he spilled his semen on the ground to keep from providing offspring for his brother.
Kin 38:12A nui nā lā i hala, make ihola ke kaikamahine a Sua, ʻo kā Iuda wahine; a pau ko Iuda kanikau ʻana, piʻi akula ia i Timenata i kona poʻe ʻako hipa, ʻo ia a me kona makamaka ʻo Hira no ʻAdulama.After a long time Judah’s wife, the daughter of Shua, died. When Judah had recovered from his grief, he went up to Timnah, to the men who were shearing his sheep, and his friend Hirah the Adullamite went with him.
Kin 38:14Wehe aʻela ia i kona mau kapa makena, a uhi ihola iā ia iho i ka pale maka, ʻaʻahu ihola iā ia iho, a noho ihola ma ka puka pā o ʻEnaima ma kapa alanui e hele ai i Timenata: no ka mea, ʻike akula ia, ua nui aʻela ʻo Sela, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hāʻawi ʻia ʻo ia i wahine nāna.she took off her widow’s clothes, covered herself with a veil to disguise herself, and then sat down at the entrance to Enaim, which is on the road to Timnah. For she saw that, though Shelah had now grown up, she had not been given to him as his wife.
Kin 38:15A ʻike akula ʻo Iuda iā ia, manaʻo ihola ia he wahine hoʻokamakama kēlā; no ka mea, ua pale ʻia kona maka.When Judah saw her, he thought she was a prostitute, for she had covered her face.
Kin 38:16Kipa aʻela ia i ona lā ma kapa alanui, ʻī akula, ʻEā, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e ʻae mai iaʻu e komo aku i ou lā; (no ka mea, ʻaʻole ia i ʻike, ʻo kāna hūnōna wahine ia.) Nīnau maila kēlā, He aha kāu e hāʻawi mai ai iaʻu, i mea e komo mai ai ʻoe i oʻu nei?Not realizing that she was his daughter-in-law, he went over to her by the roadside and said, “Come now, let me sleep with you.” “And what will you give me to sleep with you?” she asked.
Kin 38:19Kū aʻela ia, hele akula, a waiho ihola i kona pale maka, a ʻaʻahu hou ihola i kona mau kapa no ka noho wahine kāne make ʻana.After she left, she took off her veil and put on her widow’s clothes again.
Kin 38:20Hoʻouka akula ʻo Iuda i ke kao keiki ma ka lima o kona makamaka no ʻAdulama, i loaʻa mai ai kāna hōʻoiaʻiʻo mai ka lima mai o ka wahine: ʻaʻole naʻe i loaʻa ua wahine lā iā ia.Meanwhile Judah sent the young goat by his friend the Adullamite in order to get his pledge back from the woman, but he did not find her.
Kin 38:21Nīnau akula ia i nā kānaka o ia wahi, ʻī akula, ʻAuhea lā ka wahine hoʻokamakama i noho ma ʻEnaima, ma kapa alanui? ʻĪ maila lākou, ʻAʻohe wahine hoʻokamakama i ʻaneʻi.He asked the men who lived there, “Where is the shrine prostitute who was beside the road at Enaim?” “There hasn’t been any shrine prostitute here,” they said.
Kin 38:22Hoʻi hou akula ia i o Iuda lā, ʻī akula, ʻAʻohe i loaʻa ia iaʻu; a ua ʻī mai hoʻi nā kānaka o ia wahi, ʻaʻole wahine hoʻokamakama i ʻaneʻi.So he went back to Judah and said, “I didn’t find her. Besides, the men who lived there said, ‘There hasn’t been any shrine prostitute here.’”
Kin 38:23ʻĪ akula ʻo Iuda, E aho nō e lilo ia mau mea nona, o hoʻohilahila ʻia kāua: aia hoʻi, hoʻouka aku nō au i kēia kao keiki, ʻaʻole kā i loaʻa ka wahine iā ʻoe.Then Judah said, “Let her keep what she has, or we will become a laughingstock. After all, I did send her this young goat, but you didn’t find her.”
Kin 38:24A hala nā malama ʻekolu paha, haʻi maila kekahi iā Iuda, i ka ʻī ʻana, Ua moekolohe iho nei kāu hūnōna wahine ʻo Tamara; aia hoʻi, ua hāpai ʻo ia ma ka moekolohe. ʻĪ akula ʻo Iuda, E kaʻi ʻia mai ʻo ia, i puhi ʻia ai ia i ke ahi.About three months later Judah was told, “Your daughter-in-law Tamar is guilty of prostitution, and as a result she is now pregnant.” Judah said, “Bring her out and have her burned to death!”
Kin 39:7A ma hope iho o kēia mau mea, ʻike maila nā maka o ka wahine a kona haku iā Iosepa, ʻī maila ia, E moe kāua.and after a while his master’s wife took notice of Joseph and said, “Come to bed with me!”
Kin 39:8Hōʻole akula ia, ʻī akula i ka wahine a kona haku, Aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole ʻike kuʻu haku i nā mea iaʻu ma kēia hale, ua waiho mai nei koʻu haku i kāna mea a pau i kuʻu lima:But he refused. “With me in charge,” he told her, “my master does not concern himself with anything in the house; everything he owns he has entrusted to my care.
Kin 39:9ʻAʻohe mea nui ʻē aʻe o loko o kēia hale, ʻo wau wale nō; ʻaʻole kēlā i paʻa aku i kekahi mea iaʻu, ʻo ʻoe wale nō, no ka mea, ʻo kāna wahine nō ʻoe. Pehea lā wau e hana ai i kēia hewa nui, a hana ʻino aku i ke Akua?No one is greater in this house than I am. My master has withheld nothing from me except you, because you are his wife. How then could I do such a wicked thing and sin against God?”
Kin 39:13A ʻike akula ua wahine lā, ua haʻalele ia i kona kapa ma kona lima, a ua holo akula i waho,When she saw that he had left his cloak in her hand and had run out of the house,
Kin 39:14Kāhea akula ua wahine lā i nā kānaka o kona hale, ʻōlelo akula iā lākou, ʻī akula, E nānā ʻoukou, ua lawe mai nei kēlā i ke kanaka no ka poʻe Hebera i o kākou nei, e hoʻomāʻewaʻewa mai iā kākou. Hele maila ʻo ia i oʻu nei e moe me aʻu, a kāhea akula au me ka leo nui;she called her household servants. “Look,” she said to them, “this Hebrew has been brought to us to make sport of us! He came in here to sleep with me, but I screamed.
Kin 39:16Mālama ihola ua wahine lā i kona kapa, a hoʻi maila kona haku i ka hale.She kept his cloak beside her until his master came home.
Kin 39:17ʻŌlelo akula ua wahine lā iā ia i kēia mau ʻōlelo, ʻī akula, ʻO ke kauā Hebera, āu i lawe mai ai i o kākou nei, ua komo mai ia i oʻu nei e hoʻomāʻewaʻewa mai iaʻu.Then she told him this story: “That Hebrew slave you brought us came to me to make sport of me.
Kin 39:19A lohe aʻela kona haku i ka ʻōlelo a kāna wahine i ʻōlelo mai ai iā ia, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E like me kēia mau ʻōlelo i hana mai ai kāu kauā iaʻu; nui ihola ka huhū ona.When his master heard the story his wife told him, saying, “This is how your slave treated me,” he burned with anger.
Kin 41:45Kapa akula ʻo Paraʻo i ka inoa ʻo Iosepa ʻo Sapenapanea; a hāʻawi akula ʻo ia iā ʻAsenata, i ke kaikamahine a Potipera a ke kahuna o ʻOna, i wahine nāna. A hele akula ʻo Iosepa a puni ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita.Pharaoh gave Joseph the name Zaphenath-Paneah and gave him Asenath daughter of Potiphera, priest of On, to be his wife. And Joseph went throughout the land of Egypt.
Kin 44:27A laila ʻōlelo maila kāu kauā o koʻu makua kāne iā mākou, Ua ʻike ʻoukou, ua hānau maila kaʻu wahine i nā keiki ʻelua naʻu.“Your servant my father said to us, ‘You know that my wife bore me two sons.
Kin 45:23A hoʻouna akula ia no kona makua kāne, he ʻumi nā hoki e lawe ana i nā mea maikaʻi o ʻAigupita, a he ʻumi nā hoki wahine, e lawe ana i ka palaoa a me ka ʻai i ō na kona makua kāne ma ke alanui.And this is what he sent to his father: ten donkeys loaded with the best things of Egypt, and ten female donkeys loaded with grain and bread and other provisions for his journey.
Kin 46:10ʻO nā keiki kāne a Simeona; ʻo Iemuʻela, ʻo Iamina, ʻo ʻOhada, ʻo Iakina, ʻo Zohara, a ʻo Saula, ke keiki a kekahi wahine no Kanaʻana.The sons of Simeon: Jemuel, Jamin, Ohad, Jakin, Zohar and Shaul the son of a Canaanite woman.
Kin 46:19ʻO nā keiki kāne a Rāhela a ka wahine na Iakoba; ʻo Iosepa, a ʻo Beniamina.The sons of Jacob’s wife Rachel: Joseph and Benjamin.
Kin 49:9He keiki a ka liona o Iuda, ua piʻi aʻe ʻoe, e kuʻu keiki, mai ke pio aʻe: kukuli ihola ia, a moe ihola me he liona kāne lā, a me ka liona wahine; na wai ia e hoʻāla aʻe?You are a lion’s cub, Judah; you return from the prey, my son. Like a lion he crouches and lies down, like a lioness — who dares to rouse him?
Kin 49:11E hīkiʻi ana i kāna keiki hoki i ke kumu waina, a me ke keiki a ka hoki wahine i ke kumu waina maikaʻi, holoi ihola ia i kona kapa i ka waina, a me kona ʻaʻahu i ke koko o ka hua waina.He will tether his donkey to a vine, his colt to the choicest branch; he will wash his garments in wine, his robes in the blood of grapes.
Kin 49:21ʻO Napetali, he dia wahine ia i kala ʻia aku; ke hua mai nei ia i nā hua ʻōlelo maikaʻi.“Naphtali is a doe set free that bears beautiful fawns.
Kin 49:31Ma laila lākou i kanu ai iā ʻAberahama, a me kāna wahine me Sara, a ma laila lākou i kanu ai iā ʻIsaʻaka a me kāna wahine me Rebeka, a ma laila hoʻi au i kanu ai iā Lea.There Abraham and his wife Sarah were buried, there Isaac and his wife Rebekah were buried, and there I buried Leah.
Puk 2:2Hāpai aʻela ua wahine lā, a hānau maila he keiki kāne; a ʻike ihola ʻo ia iā ia he maikaʻi, hūnā ihola ʻo ia iā ia ʻekolu malama.and she became pregnant and gave birth to a son. When she saw that he was a fine child, she hid him for three months.
Puk 2:5Iho ihola ke kaikamahine a Paraʻo e ʻauʻau ma ka muliwai, hele aʻela hoʻi kona mau wāhine ma kapa o ka muliwai: a ʻike akula kēlā i ka waʻa i waena o nā kaluhā, hoʻouna akula ia i kona wahine e lawe mai.Then Pharaoh’s daughter went down to the Nile to bathe, and her attendants were walking along the riverbank. She saw the basket among the reeds and sent her female slave to get it.
Puk 2:7A laila, ʻōlelo akula kona kaikuahine i ke kaikamahine a Paraʻo, E hele hoʻi hā wau, e kiʻi aku nou i kekahi wahine Hebera i kahu nāna e hānai i ke keiki nāu?Then his sister asked Pharaoh’s daughter, “Shall I go and get one of the Hebrew women to nurse the baby for you?”
Puk 2:9ʻĪ maila ke kaikamahine a Paraʻo iā ia, E lawe ʻoe i kēia keiki a e hānai iā ia naʻu, a naʻu nō ʻoe e uku aku. Lawe aʻela ua wahine lā i ke keiki, a hānai ihola.Pharaoh’s daughter said to her, “Take this baby and nurse him for me, and I will pay you.” So the woman took the baby and nursed him.
Puk 3:22E noi aku nō kēlā wahine kēia wahine i kona hoalauna, a i ka mea e noho pū ana ma loko o kona hale, i nā mea kālā, a me nā mea gula, a me nā mea ʻaʻahu, a e hōʻaʻahu iho ʻoukou i kā ʻoukou poʻe keiki kāne, a me kā ʻoukou poʻe kaikamāhine; e hao hoʻi ʻoukou i ko ʻAigupita.Every woman is to ask her neighbor and any woman living in her house for articles of silver and gold and for clothing, which you will put on your sons and daughters. And so you will plunder the Egyptians.”
Puk 4:20Lawe aʻela ʻo Mose i kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki kāne, a hoʻonoho akula iā lākou ma luna o ka hoki, a hoʻi akula ia i ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita. A lawe pū akula ʻo Mose i ke koʻokoʻo o ke Akua ma loko o kona lima.So Moses took his wife and sons, put them on a donkey and started back to Egypt. And he took the staff of God in his hand.
Puk 6:15A ʻo nā keiki a Simeona; ʻo Iemuʻela, a ʻo Iamina, ʻo ʻOhada, ʻo Iakina, ʻo Zohara, a ʻo Saula ke keiki a kekahi wahine Kanaʻana: ʻo lākou nā ʻohana a Simeona.The sons of Simeon were Jemuel, Jamin, Ohad, Jakin, Zohar and Shaul the son of a Canaanite woman. These were the clans of Simeon.
Puk 6:20Lawe ihola o ʻAmerama iā Iokebeda, i ke kaikuahine o kona makua kāne, i wahine nāna; a hānau maila nāna ʻo ʻAʻarona lāua ʻo Mose: a ʻo nā makahiki o ko ʻAmerama ola ʻana, hoʻokahi haneri me kanakolukumamāhiku nā makahiki.Amram married his father’s sister Jochebed, who bore him Aaron and Moses. Amram lived 137 years.
Puk 6:23Lawe aʻela ʻo ʻAʻarona iā ʻEliseba, i ke kaikamahine a ʻAminadaba, ʻo ke kaikuahine o Nahesona i wahine nāna, a hānau maila nāna, ʻo Nadaba, ʻo ʻAbihu, ʻo ʻEleazara a me ʻItamara.Aaron married Elisheba, daughter of Amminadab and sister of Nahshon, and she bore him Nadab and Abihu, Eleazar and Ithamar.
Puk 6:25Lawe aʻela ʻo ʻEleazara ke keiki a ʻAʻarona i kekahi kaikamahine a Putiʻela i wahine nāna: a ua hānau mai nāna ʻo Pinehasa; ʻo lākou nā mea mua o nā mākua o ka Levi, ma kā lākou mau ʻohana.Eleazar son of Aaron married one of the daughters of Putiel, and she bore him Phinehas. These were the heads of the Levite families, clan by clan.
Puk 11:2E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i loko o nā pepeiao o kānaka, e nonoi aku kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka a pau i kona hoalauna, a ʻo kēlā wahine kēia wahine i kona hoalauna, i nā mea kālā a me nā mea gula.Tell the people that men and women alike are to ask their neighbors for articles of silver and gold.”
Puk 11:5A e make auaneʻi nā hiapo a pau o ka ʻāina ʻo ʻAigupita nei, mai ka hiapo mai a Paraʻo, ka mea noho ma kona noho aliʻi, a hiki i ka hiapo a ke kauā wahine e noho ana ma ka mea wili palaoa; a me nā hiapo a pau a nā holoholona.Every firstborn son in Egypt will die, from the firstborn son of Pharaoh, who sits on the throne, to the firstborn son of the female slave, who is at her hand mill, and all the firstborn of the cattle as well.
Puk 15:20A ʻo Miriama, ke kāula wahine, ke kaikuahine o ʻAʻarona, lawe aʻela ia i mea kuolokani ma kona lima a hahai akula nā wāhine a pau ma muli ona, me nā mea kuolokani, a me ka hula.Then Miriam the prophet, Aaron’s sister, took a timbrel in her hand, and all the women followed her, with timbrels and dancing.
Puk 18:2A laila kaʻi maila ʻo Ietero, ka makuahōnōwai kāne o Mose iā Zipora i ka wahine a Mose, ma hope o kona hoʻihoʻi ʻana aku iā ia,After Moses had sent away his wife Zipporah, his father-in-law Jethro received her
Puk 18:5Hele maila i o Mose lā ʻo Ietero, ka makuahōnōwai kāne o Mose, a me kāna mau keiki kāne, a me kāna wahine, ma ka wao nahele, i kahi āna i hoʻomoana ai ma ka mauna o ke Akua:Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, together with Moses’ sons and wife, came to him in the wilderness, where he was camped near the mountain of God.
Puk 18:6ʻŌlelo maila ia iā Mose, ʻO wau nō Ietero, kou makuahōnōwai kāne, ua hele mai au i ou nei a me kāu wahine, a me kāu mau keiki kāne ʻelua.Jethro had sent word to him, “I, your father-in-law Jethro, am coming to you with your wife and her two sons.”
Puk 20:10Akā, ʻo ka hiku o ka lā, he sābati ia no Iēhova no kou Akua, ʻaʻole loa ʻoe e hana ia lā, ʻaʻole ʻoe, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu keiki kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kaikamahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā wahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou holoholona, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou kanaka ʻē ma kou mau ʻīpuka:but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns.
Puk 20:17Mai kuko ʻoe i ka hale o kou hoalauna, mai kuko i ka wahine a kou hoalauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna kauā wahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona bipi, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona hoki, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi mea a kou hoalauna.“You shall not covet your neighbor’s house. You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, or his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”
Puk 21:3Inā i komo mai ʻo ia i loko, ʻo kona kino wale nō, a laila, e hele aku nō ʻo ia i waho, ʻo kona kino wale nō: akā, inā i mare ʻia ʻo ia, a laila e hele pū aku nō kāna wahine me ia.If he comes alone, he is to go free alone; but if he has a wife when he comes, she is to go with him.
Puk 21:4Inā ua hāʻawi mai kona haku i wahine nāna, a ua hānau mai ʻo ia i mau keiki kāne nāna, a i mau kaikamāhine paha, a laila no ka haku ka wahine a me kāna mau keiki, a e hele aku nō ke kāne, ʻo ia wale nō.If his master gives him a wife and she bears him sons or daughters, the woman and her children shall belong to her master, and only the man shall go free.
Puk 21:5Akā, inā ʻōlelo ikaika mai ke kauā, Ua aloha au i kuʻu haku, a me kuʻu wahine, a me kaʻu mau keiki, ʻaʻole au e hele kuʻu wale ʻia;“But if the servant declares, ‘I love my master and my wife and children and do not want to go free,’
Puk 21:7Inā e kūʻai lilo aku ke kanaka i kāna kaikamahine i kauā wahine, ʻaʻole ia e hoʻokuʻu ʻia aku e like me ke kuʻu ʻia ʻana o nā kauā kāne.“If a man sells his daughter as a servant, she is not to go free as male servants do.
Puk 21:10A inā i lawe ʻo ia i wahine hou nāna, mai hoʻēmi ia i ka ʻai a me ka ʻaʻahu, a me ka launa mare o kēlā wahine.If he marries another woman, he must not deprive the first one of her food, clothing and marital rights.
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 21:22Inā hakakā nā kānaka, a hoʻoʻeha i ka wahine hāpai keiki, a hemo akula kāna keiki, ʻaʻole hoʻi he hewa ma hope; e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e hoʻouku ʻia ʻo ia e like me ka mea e kau ʻia ma luna ona e ke kāne a ka wahine; a e hāʻawi nō ʻo ia i mua o nā luna kānāwai.“If people are fighting and hit a pregnant woman and she gives birth prematurely but there is no serious injury, the offender must be fined whatever the woman’s husband demands and the court allows.
Puk 21:26A inā e hahau ke kanaka i ka maka o kāna kauā kāne, a i ka maka o kāna kauā wahine, a oki loa ia, a laila, e hoʻokuʻu wale iho ʻo ia iā ia, no kona maka.“An owner who hits a male or female slave in the eye and destroys it must let the slave go free to compensate for the eye.
Puk 21:27A inā kuʻi ʻo ia i ka niho o kāna kauā kāne, a i ka niho o kāna kauā wahine, a laila, e hoʻokuʻu wale iho ʻo ia iā ia, no kona niho.And an owner who knocks out the tooth of a male or female slave must let the slave go free to compensate for the tooth.
Puk 21:28Inā e ʻō iho ka bipi i ke kanaka, a i ka wahine, a make lāua; a laila, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e hailuku ʻia ua bipi lā, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻai ʻia kona ʻiʻo, a e hala ʻole ke kahu o ka bipi.“If a bull gores a man or woman to death, the bull is to be stoned to death, and its meat must not be eaten. But the owner of the bull will not be held responsible.
Puk 21:29Akā, inā i ʻō ʻo ia ma mua, a ua haʻi ʻia i kona kahu, ʻaʻole naʻe ia i hoʻopaʻa iā ia, a ua pepehi ʻo ia i ke kanaka, a i ka wahine paha, a laila, e hailuku ʻia ua bipi lā, a e make nō hoʻi kona kahu.If, however, the bull has had the habit of goring and the owner has been warned but has not kept it penned up and it kills a man or woman, the bull is to be stoned and its owner also is to be put to death.
Puk 21:32Inā e ʻō iho ka bipi i ke kauā kāne, a i ke kauā wahine paha, a laila, e uku aku ʻo ia i kanakolu sekela kālā na ko lāua haku, a e hailuku ʻia ua bipi lā.If the bull gores a male or female slave, the owner must pay thirty shekels of silver to the master of the slave, and the bull is to be stoned to death.
Puk 22:16Inā e puʻe ke kanaka i ke kaikamahine i hoʻopalau ʻole ʻia, a moe pū me ia, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō e kūʻai nō ʻo ia iā ia i wahine nāna.“If a man seduces a virgin who is not pledged to be married and sleeps with her, he must pay the bride-price, and she shall be his wife.
Puk 22:22Mai hoʻokaumaha ʻoe i ka wahine kāne make, a me ke keiki makua ʻole.“Do not take advantage of the widow or the fatherless.
Puk 23:12I nā lā ʻeono e hana ai ʻoe i kāu hana, a e hoʻomaha hoʻi i ka lā hiku; i hoʻomaha ai kāu bipi a me kou hoki, i hoʻohoʻihoʻi ʻia hoʻi ke keiki kāne a kāu kauā wahine, a me ka malihini.“Six days do your work, but on the seventh day do not work, so that your ox and your donkey may rest, and so that the slave born in your household and the foreigner living among you may be refreshed.
Puk 36:6A kauoha aʻela ʻo Mose, a hoʻokala akula lākou ia, a puni kahi i hoʻomoana ai, ʻī aʻela, Mai hana hou kekahi kanaka, ʻaʻole hoʻi kekahi wahine i hana no ka haʻawina o ke keʻena kapu. A hoʻōki ʻia ihola ka lawe ʻana mai o nā kānaka.Then Moses gave an order and they sent this word throughout the camp: “No man or woman is to make anything else as an offering for the sanctuary.” And so the people were restrained from bringing more,
ʻOihk 3:1A inā ʻo kona ʻālana, he mōhai hoʻomalu, a no nā holoholona i kaumaha ai ʻo ia ia, inā he kāne paha, he wahine paha, e mōhai nō hoʻi ʻo ia ia mea me ke kīnā ʻole i mua o Iēhova.“‘If your offering is a fellowship offering, and you offer an animal from the herd, whether male or female, you are to present before the Lord an animal without defect.
ʻOihk 3:6A inā hoʻi no nā ʻohana kāna mōhai, he mōhai hoʻomalu iā Iēhova, he kāne paha, he wahine paha, he mea kīnā ʻole hoʻi kāna e kaumaha ai.“‘If you offer an animal from the flock as a fellowship offering to the Lord, you are to offer a male or female without defect.
ʻOihk 4:28A inā e loaʻa iā ia kona hewa āna i hana ai; a laila e lawe mai nō ʻo ia i kāna mōhai, he keiki kao, he wahine kīnā ʻole, no kona hewa āna i hana ai.and the sin they have committed becomes known, they must bring as their offering for the sin they committed a female goat without defect.
ʻOihk 4:32A inā i lawe mai ʻo ia i ke keiki hipa i mōhai lawehala, e lawe mai hoʻi ʻo ia iā ia he wahine kīnā ʻole.“‘If someone brings a lamb as their sin offering, they are to bring a female without defect.
ʻOihk 5:6A e lawe mai ʻo ia i kāna mōhai hala iā Iēhova no kona hewa āna i hana ai, he wahine no ka ʻohana, he keiki hipa, a i ʻole ia, he keiki kao, i mōhai hala; a e hana ke kahuna i ke kalahala nona no kona hewa.As a penalty for the sin they have committed, they must bring to the Lord a female lamb or goat from the flock as a sin offering; and the priest shall make atonement for them for their sin.
ʻOihk 12:2E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, penei, Inā i hāpai ka wahine a hānau he keiki kāne, e haumia ka wahine i nā lā ʻehiku, e like me nā lā o kona kaʻawale ʻana no kona maʻi, e haumia ana nō ia.“Say to the Israelites: ‘A woman who becomes pregnant and gives birth to a son will be ceremonially unclean for seven days, just as she is unclean during her monthly period.
ʻOihk 12:4A laila noho ka wahine i loko o kona koko o kona hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻia, i nā lā he kanakolukumamākolu; ʻaʻole e pā aku ʻo ia i ka mea hoʻāno, ʻaʻole hoʻi e komo i ke keʻena kapu, a pau aʻe nā lā o kona hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻana.Then the woman must wait thirty-three days to be purified from her bleeding. She must not touch anything sacred or go to the sanctuary until the days of her purification are over.
ʻOihk 12:7Nāna nō ia e kaumaha aku ma ke alo o Iēhova, a e hana i kalahala nona, a e hoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻia ʻo ia mai ke kahe ʻana o kona koko. ʻO ia ke kānāwai no ka wahine i hānau he kāne, he wahine paha.He shall offer them before the Lord to make atonement for her, and then she will be ceremonially clean from her flow of blood. “‘These are the regulations for the woman who gives birth to a boy or a girl.
ʻOihk 13:29Inā he maʻi ko ke kanaka paha, ko ka wahine paha ma ke poʻo paha, ma ka ʻumiʻumi paha:“If a man or woman has a sore on their head or chin,
ʻOihk 13:38A inā he mau wahi lilelile, he lilelile keʻokeʻo ko ke kanaka paha, ko ka wahine paha, i loko o ko lāua ʻili;“When a man or woman has white spots on the skin,
ʻOihk 14:10A i ka walu o ka lā, e lawe ʻo ia i ʻelua keiki hipa kāne kīnā ʻole, a i hoʻokahi keiki hipa wahine kīnā ʻole o ka makahiki hoʻokahi, a i ʻekolu paha ʻumi ʻepa o ka palaoa wali, i mōhai ʻai i hui ʻia me ka ʻaila, a i hoʻokahi loga ʻaila.“On the eighth day they must bring two male lambs and one ewe lamb a year old, each without defect, along with three-tenths of an ephah of the finest flour mixed with olive oil for a grain offering, and one log of oil.
ʻOihk 15:18A ʻo ka wahine hoʻi a ke kanaka i moe aku ai, me ka ʻanoʻano, e ʻauʻau nō lāua i ka wai, a e haumia hoʻi a hiki i ke ahiahi.When a man has sexual relations with a woman and there is an emission of semen, both of them must bathe with water, and they will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:19A inā he maʻi kahe ko ka wahine, a he koko ka mea kahe o kona ʻiʻo, e hoʻokaʻawale ʻia aʻe ʻo ia i nā lā ʻehiku; a ʻo ka mea i hoʻopā iā ia, e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi.“‘When a woman has her regular flow of blood, the impurity of her monthly period will last seven days, and anyone who touches her will be unclean till evening.
ʻOihk 15:25A inā he heʻe koko ko ka wahine i nā lā he nui ma waho o ka wā o kona kaʻawale ʻana, a inā e kahe hou nō ia ma hope o ka pau ʻana o kona wā kaʻawale, e like nō hoʻi nā lā a pau o kona haumia me nā lā o kona kaʻawale ʻana, e haumia nō ia.“‘When a woman has a discharge of blood for many days at a time other than her monthly period or has a discharge that continues beyond her period, she will be unclean as long as she has the discharge, just as in the days of her period.
ʻOihk 15:33A no ka wahine maʻi heʻe koko hoʻi, a me ka mea hilo; ʻo ke kanaka, a ʻo ka wahine, a me ka mea moe me ka wahine haumia.for a woman in her monthly period, for a man or a woman with a discharge, and for a man who has sexual relations with a woman who is ceremonially unclean.
ʻOihk 18:8ʻO kahi huna o ka wahine a kou makua kāne, mai wehe ʻoe: ʻo kahi huna ia o kou makua kāne.“‘Do not have sexual relations with your father’s wife; that would dishonor your father.
ʻOihk 18:11ʻO kahi huna o ke kaikamahine a ka wahine a kou makua kāne, na kou makua kāne i hānau, ʻo kou kaikuahine nō ia, mai wehe ʻoe i kona wahi huna.“‘Do not have sexual relations with the daughter of your father’s wife, born to your father; she is your sister.
ʻOihk 18:13Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o ka hoahānau wahine o kou makuahine; no ka mea, ʻo ka ʻiʻo nō ia o kou makuahine.“‘Do not have sexual relations with your mother’s sister, because she is your mother’s close relative.
ʻOihk 18:14Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o ka hoahānau kāne o kou makua kāne, mai hoʻokokoke aku i kāna wahine, he makuahine ia nou.“‘Do not dishonor your father’s brother by approaching his wife to have sexual relations; she is your aunt.
ʻOihk 18:15Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o kāu hūnōna wahine: ʻo ka wahine ia a kāu keiki: mai wehe ʻoe i kona wahi huna.“‘Do not have sexual relations with your daughter-in-law. She is your son’s wife; do not have relations with her.
ʻOihk 18:16Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o ka wahine a kou hoahānau kāne; ʻo kahi huna ia o kou hoahānau kāne.“‘Do not have sexual relations with your brother’s wife; that would dishonor your brother.
ʻOihk 18:17Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o ka wahine a me kāna kaikamahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe e lawe i ke kaikamahine a kāna keiki, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ke kaikamahine a kāna kaikamahine, e wehe i kona wahi huna; ʻo kona ʻiʻo nō lākou; he mea hewa ia.“‘Do not have sexual relations with both a woman and her daughter. Do not have sexual relations with either her son’s daughter or her daughter’s daughter; they are her close relatives. That is wickedness.
ʻOihk 18:18Mai lawe ʻoe i ka wahine me kona hoahānau wahine pū, e hōʻino iā ia, i ka wehe i kona wahi huna, i ka wā e ola ana kēlā.“‘Do not take your wife’s sister as a rival wife and have sexual relations with her while your wife is living.
ʻOihk 18:19ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe e hoʻokokoke aku i ka wahine e wehe i kona wahi huna, i ka wā e hoʻokaʻawale ʻia ai ia no kona haumia.“‘Do not approach a woman to have sexual relations during the uncleanness of her monthly period.
ʻOihk 18:20Mai moe ʻoe i ka wahine a kou hoalauna, e hoʻohaumia iho iā ʻoe iho me ia.“‘Do not have sexual relations with your neighbor’s wife and defile yourself with her.
ʻOihk 18:22Mai moe i ke kanaka, me he wahine lā: he mea ia e inaina ʻia.“‘Do not have sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman; that is detestable.
ʻOihk 18:23ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe e moe i ka holoholona, e hoʻohaumia iho iā ʻoe iho me ia; ʻaʻole hoʻi e kū ka wahine i mua o ka holoholona e moe iho iā ia; he mea haumia hilahila ia.“‘Do not have sexual relations with an animal and defile yourself with it. A woman must not present herself to an animal to have sexual relations with it; that is a perversion.
ʻOihk 19:20ʻO ka mea moe aku i ka wahine, he kauā wahine, i hoʻopalau ʻia na ke kāne, ʻaʻole i uku pānaʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole i hāʻawi ʻia iā ia ke kū i ka wā; e uhau ʻia ana; ʻaʻole e hoʻomake ʻia lāua, no ka mea, ʻaʻole i kaʻawale ia wahine.“‘If a man sleeps with a female slave who is promised to another man but who has not been ransomed or given her freedom, there must be due punishment. Yet they are not to be put to death, because she had not been freed.
ʻOihk 20:10ʻO ke kanaka moekolohe aku i ka wahine a kekahi kanaka, ʻo ka mea moekolohe i ka wahine a kona hoalauna, e make ʻiʻo nō ke kanaka moekolohe a me ka wahine moekolohe.“‘If a man commits adultery with another man’s wife — with the wife of his neighbor — both the adulterer and the adulteress are to be put to death.
ʻOihk 20:11ʻO ke kanaka moe me ka wahine a kona makua kāne, ua wehe aʻe ʻo ia i kahi huna o kona makua kāne; e make ʻiʻo nō lāua pū; ma luna o lāua ko lāua koko iho.“‘If a man has sexual relations with his father’s wife, he has dishonored his father. Both the man and the woman are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads.
ʻOihk 20:12Inā e moe ke kanaka me kāna hūnōna wahine, e make ʻiʻo nō lāua pū, ua hana lāua i ka mea haumia hilahila; ma luna o lāua ko lāua koko iho.“‘If a man has sexual relations with his daughter-in-law, both of them are to be put to death. What they have done is a perversion; their blood will be on their own heads.
ʻOihk 20:13Inā e moe aku ke kanaka i ke kāne e like me kona moe aku i ka wahine, ua hana pū lāua i ka mea haumia hilahila; e make ʻiʻo nō lāua pū; ma luna o lāua ko lāua koko.“‘If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads.
ʻOihk 20:14Inā e mare ke kanaka i ka wahine a me kona makuahine, he hewa ia: e puhi pū ʻia lākou i ke ahi, ʻo ia pū me lāua lā; i ʻole ai he hewa i waena o ʻoukou.“‘If a man marries both a woman and her mother, it is wicked. Both he and they must be burned in the fire, so that no wickedness will be among you.
ʻOihk 20:16A inā e hoʻokokoke aku ka wahine i ka holoholona e moe iho iā ia, e pepehi ʻoe ia wahine, a me ka holoholona: e make ʻiʻo nō lāua pū; ma luna o lāua ko lāua koko.“‘If a woman approaches an animal to have sexual relations with it, kill both the woman and the animal. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads.
ʻOihk 20:18A inā e moe aku ke kanaka i ka wahine i kona maʻi ʻana, a wehe aʻe i kona wahi huna; ua wehe aʻe ia i kona pūnāwai, a ua wehe aʻe ia wahine i ke kumu o kona koko, e ʻoki pū ʻia aku hoʻi lāua mai waena aku o ko lāua poʻe kānaka.“‘If a man has sexual relations with a woman during her monthly period, he has exposed the source of her flow, and she has also uncovered it. Both of them are to be cut off from their people.
ʻOihk 20:19Mai wehe ʻoe i kahi huna o ka hoahānau wahine o kou makuahine, a ʻo ke kaikuahine a kou makua kāne paha; no ka mea, ʻo ia ka wehe i kona ʻiʻo iho; e kau nō ko lāua hewa ma luna o lāua.“‘Do not have sexual relations with the sister of either your mother or your father, for that would dishonor a close relative; both of you would be held responsible.
ʻOihk 20:20A inā e moe aku ke kanaka me ka wahine a ka hoahānau kāne o kona makua kāne, ua wehe aʻe ʻo ia i kahi huna o kēlā makua kāne; e kau nō ko lāua hewa ma luna o lāua, e make keiki ʻole lāua.“‘If a man has sexual relations with his aunt, he has dishonored his uncle. They will be held responsible; they will die childless.
ʻOihk 20:21A inā e lawe ke kanaka i ka wahine a kona hoahānau kāne, he mea haumia ia; ua wehe aʻe ʻo ia i kahi huna o kona hoahānau kāne, ʻaʻole aku keiki a lāua.“‘If a man marries his brother’s wife, it is an act of impurity; he has dishonored his brother. They will be childless.
ʻOihk 20:27ʻO ke kanaka, a ʻo ka wahine paha, he nīnau ʻuhane, a he kupua paha, e make nō ia; e hailuku lākou iā lāua me nā pōhaku; e kau nō ko lāua koko ma luna o lāua.“‘A man or woman who is a medium or spiritist among you must be put to death. You are to stone them; their blood will be on their own heads.’”
ʻOihk 21:7ʻAʻole lākou e lawe i ka wahine hoʻokamakama, a he haumia paha; ʻaʻole hoʻi lākou e lawe i ka wahine i hoʻokaʻawale ʻia aʻe mai kāna kāne aʻe; no ka mea, he hoʻāno ʻo ia i kona Akua.“‘They must not marry women defiled by prostitution or divorced from their husbands, because priests are holy to their God.
ʻOihk 21:13E mare nō hoʻi ʻo ia i ka wahine i kona puʻupaʻa ʻana.“‘The woman he marries must be a virgin.
ʻOihk 21:14ʻO ka wahine kāne make, a ʻo ka wahine hemo, a ʻo ka haumia, ʻo ka hoʻokamakama, ʻo ia mau mea kāna e lawe ʻole ai; akā e lawe ʻo ia i ka wahine puʻupaʻa o kona poʻe kānaka i wahine.He must not marry a widow, a divorced woman, or a woman defiled by prostitution, but only a virgin from his own people,
ʻOihk 22:13Akā inā he wahine kāne make ke kaikamahine a ke kahuna, a ua hemo paha me ke keiki ʻole, a ua hoʻi mai i ka hale o kona makua kāne, e like me kona wā kamaliʻi, e ʻai nō ʻo ia i ka ʻai a kona makua kāne; akā, ʻaʻole ka malihini e ʻai ia mea.But if a priest’s daughter becomes a widow or is divorced, yet has no children, and she returns to live in her father’s household as in her youth, she may eat her father’s food. No unauthorized person, however, may eat it.
ʻOihk 22:28Inā he bipi wahine, a he hipa wahine paha, ʻaʻole ʻoukou e pepehi pū ia mea me kāna keiki i ka lā hoʻokahi.Do not slaughter a cow or a sheep and its young on the same day.
ʻOihk 24:10A ʻo ke keiki a ka wahine o ka ʻIseraʻela, he kanaka ʻAigupita kona makua kāne, ua hele aʻe ia i waena o nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela: a ʻo kēia keiki a ka ʻIseraʻela, a me kekahi kanaka ʻIseraʻela, ua hakakā pū i kahi hoʻomoana;Now the son of an Israelite mother and an Egyptian father went out among the Israelites, and a fight broke out in the camp between him and an Israelite.
ʻOihk 24:11A ua hōʻino wale ke keiki a ka wahine ʻIseraʻela, i ka inoa, a ua kūamuamu hoʻi; a lawe mai lākou iā ia i o Mose lā: (ʻo Selomita ka inoa o kona makuahine, ke kaikamahine a Diberi, no ka ʻohana a Dana:)The son of the Israelite woman blasphemed the Name with a curse; so they brought him to Moses. (His mother’s name was Shelomith, the daughter of Dibri the Danite.)
ʻOihk 25:44ʻO kāu mau kauā kāne paʻa, a me kāu mau kauā wahine paʻa, i lilo iā ʻoe, no nā lāhui kanaka e puni ana iā ʻoe lākou; no lākou mai e kūʻai ʻoukou i mau kauā kāne paʻa, a i mau kauā wahine paʻa.“‘Your male and female slaves are to come from the nations around you; from them you may buy slaves.
ʻOihk 27:4A inā he wahine, a laila ʻo kou manaʻo ʻana, he kanakolu sekela.for a female, set her value at thirty shekels;
ʻOihk 27:5A inā mai ka makahiki ʻalima ia a hiki i ka makahiki iwakālua ona, a laila, ʻo kou manaʻo ʻana, no ke kāne he iwakālua sekela, a no ka wahine he ʻumi sekela.for a person between the ages of five and twenty, set the value of a male at twenty shekels and of a female at ten shekels;
ʻOihk 27:6A inā mai ka malama hoʻokahi ia a hiki i ka makahiki ʻalima, a laila ʻo kou manaʻo ʻana, no ke kāne ʻelima sekela kālā, a no ka wahine ʻekolu sekela kālā.for a person between one month and five years, set the value of a male at five shekels of silver and that of a female at three shekels of silver;
ʻOihk 27:7A inā mai ka makahiki kanaono aku ona, a laila, inā he kāne, ʻo kou manaʻo, he ʻumikumamālima sekela, a no ka wahine he ʻumi sekela.for a person sixty years old or more, set the value of a male at fifteen shekels and of a female at ten shekels.
Nāh 5:6E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, Inā he kāne paha he wahine paha, e hana i kekahi hewa, i ka mea a kānaka e hana ai, e lawehala ai iā Iēhova, a i hewa ua kanaka lā;“Say to the Israelites: ‘Any man or woman who wrongs another in any way and so is unfaithful to the Lord is guilty
Nāh 5:12E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, e ʻī aku iā lākou, A i lalau ka wahine a kekahi kanaka, a e hana aku i ka mea e hewa ai iā ia,“Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If a man’s wife goes astray and is unfaithful to him
Nāh 5:14A i kau mai ka manaʻo lili ma luna o ke kāne, a lili aku paha ia i kāna wahine, a ua haumia kēlā: inā hoʻi e kau ka manaʻo lili iā ia, a lili aku nō ia i kāna wahine, a ua haumia ʻole paha kēlā;and if feelings of jealousy come over her husband and he suspects his wife and she is impure — or if he is jealous and suspects her even though she is not impure —
Nāh 5:15A laila, e alakaʻi aku ke kāne i kāna wahine i ke kahuna, a e lawe aku ia i kāna mōhai nona, i ka hapaʻumi o ka ʻepa palaoa bale; ʻaʻole ia e ninini i ka ʻaila ma luna, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kau iho i ka libano ma luna; no ka mea, he mōhai ia no ka lili, he mōhai hoʻomanaʻo, e paipai ana e hoʻomanaʻo i ka hewa.then he is to take his wife to the priest. He must also take an offering of a tenth of an ephah of barley flour on her behalf. He must not pour olive oil on it or put incense on it, because it is a grain offering for jealousy, a reminder-offering to draw attention to wrongdoing.
Nāh 5:16A e alakaʻi mai ke kahuna i ka wahine a kokoke, a e hoʻonoho iā ia i mua o Iēhova.“‘The priest shall bring her and have her stand before the Lord.
Nāh 5:18A e hoʻonoho ke kahuna i ka wahine i mua o Iēhova, a e wehe i ka pale o ke poʻo o ua wahine lā, a e waiho i ka mōhai hoʻomanaʻo i loko o kona lima, ʻo ia ka mōhai no ka lili; a e paʻa ke kahuna i ka wai ʻawaʻawa e hoʻopōʻino ai ma kona lima iho.After the priest has had the woman stand before the Lord, he shall loosen her hair and place in her hands the reminder-offering, the grain offering for jealousy, while he himself holds the bitter water that brings a curse.
Nāh 5:19A e kauoha aku ke kahuna iā ia ma ka hoʻohiki ʻana, a e ʻōlelo aku ia i ka wahine, Inā i moe pū ʻole kekahi kanaka me ʻoe, inā hoʻi i lalau ʻole aʻe ʻoe i ka haumia me ka mea ʻaʻole ʻo kāu kāne iho, a laila ua kaʻawale ʻoe i kēia wai ʻawaʻawa e hoʻopōʻino ai.Then the priest shall put the woman under oath and say to her, “If no other man has had sexual relations with you and you have not gone astray and become impure while married to your husband, may this bitter water that brings a curse not harm you.
Nāh 5:21A laila, e kauoha aku ke kahuna i ka wahine ma ka ʻōlelo hoʻohiki no ka hōʻino ʻana; a e ʻī aku ke kahuna i ua wahine lā, E hoʻolilo auaneʻi ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe i mea pōʻino, a i mea hoʻohiki ʻino ia i waena o kou poʻe kānaka, i ka manawa a Iēhova e hoʻowīwī iho ai i kou ʻūhā, a e hoʻopehu ai i kou ʻōpū:here the priest is to put the woman under this curse — “may the Lord cause you to become a curse among your people when he makes your womb miscarry and your abdomen swell.
Nāh 5:22A ʻo kēia wai hoʻopōʻino, e komo nō ia i loko o kou ʻōpū, i mea e pehu ai ka ʻōpū, a e wīwī ai ka ʻūhā. A laila e ʻōlelo mai ka wahine, ʻĀmene, ʻāmene.May this water that brings a curse enter your body so that your abdomen swells or your womb miscarries.” “‘Then the woman is to say, “Amen. So be it.”
Nāh 5:24A e hoʻoinu ʻo ia i ka wahine i ka wai ʻawaʻawa, i ka mea e hoʻopōʻino ai: a ʻo ka wai e hoʻopōʻino ai, e komo ia i loko ona, he mea ʻawaʻawa.He shall make the woman drink the bitter water that brings a curse, and this water that brings a curse and causes bitter suffering will enter her.
Nāh 5:25A laila e lawe ke kahuna i ka mōhai no ka lili, mai loko mai o ka lima o ka wahine, a e hoʻāli aʻe ia i ua mōhai lā i mua o Iēhova, a e kaumaha aku ma luna o ke kuahu.The priest is to take from her hands the grain offering for jealousy, wave it before the Lord and bring it to the altar.
Nāh 5:26E lawe hoʻi ke kahuna i kauwahi o ka mōhai a piha kona lima, i ka mea paipai manaʻo, a e kuni ia i ke ahi ma luna o ke kuahu; a ma hope iho, e hoʻoinu ʻo ia i ka wahine i ka wai.The priest is then to take a handful of the grain offering as a memorial offering and burn it on the altar; after that, he is to have the woman drink the water.
Nāh 5:27A pau kona hoʻoinu ʻana iā ia i ka wai, a laila, inā ua haumia ka wahine, a i hana ʻo ia i ka mea e hewa ai i kāna kāne, e komo nō ua wai lā ka mea e hoʻopōʻino ai i loko ona, he mea ʻawaʻawa; a e pehu mai kona ʻōpū, a e wīwī iho kona ʻūhā; a e lilo ua wahine lā i mea e hōʻino ʻia ai i waena o kona hanauna kanaka.If she has made herself impure and been unfaithful to her husband, this will be the result: When she is made to drink the water that brings a curse and causes bitter suffering, it will enter her, her abdomen will swell and her womb will miscarry, and she will become a curse.
Nāh 5:28Inā hoʻi ua haumia ʻole ka wahine, he maʻemaʻe nō; a laila ua ola ia, a e hāpai ia i nā keiki.If, however, the woman has not made herself impure, but is clean, she will be cleared of guilt and will be able to have children.
Nāh 5:29ʻO ia ke kānāwai no nā lili ʻana, i ka manawa i huli ai ka wahine i ka mea ʻaʻole ʻo kāna kāne, a ua haumia ʻo ia;“‘This, then, is the law of jealousy when a woman goes astray and makes herself impure while married to her husband,
Nāh 5:30A i ka manawa paha e kau ai ka manaʻo lili ma luna ona, a e lili aku ia i kāna wahine, a e hoʻonoho aku iā ia i mua o Iēhova, a e hoʻopili aku ke kahuna i kēia kānāwai a pau iā ia:or when feelings of jealousy come over a man because he suspects his wife. The priest is to have her stand before the Lord and is to apply this entire law to her.
Nāh 5:31A laila e kaʻawale ua kanaka lā i ka hewa, a e lawe hoʻi ka wahine i kona hewa iho.The husband will be innocent of any wrongdoing, but the woman will bear the consequences of her sin.’”
Nāh 6:2E ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, e ʻī aku iā lākou, ʻO ke kanaka, ʻo ka wahine paha ke hoʻolaʻa iā ia iho no ka hoʻohiki i ka hoʻohiki ʻana a ka Nazarite, a e hoʻokaʻawale iā ia iho no Iēhova;“Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘If a man or woman wants to make a special vow, a vow of dedication to the Lord as a Nazirite,
Nāh 6:7ʻAʻole ia e hoʻohaumia iā ia iho no kona makua kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi no kona makuahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi no kona hoahānau kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi no kona hoahānau wahine, ke make lākou; no ka mea, aia nō ma luna ona ke kapu no kona Akua.Even if their own father or mother or brother or sister dies, they must not make themselves ceremonially unclean on account of them, because the symbol of their dedication to God is on their head.
Nāh 6:14A e kaumaha aku ia i kāna mōhai na Iēhova, i hoʻokahi keiki hipa o ka makahiki mua, i mōhai kuni; a i hoʻokahi keiki hipa wahine kīnā ʻole o ka makahiki mua, i mōhai hala; a i hoʻokahi hipa kāne kīnā ʻole i mōhai hoʻomalu;There they are to present their offerings to the Lord: a year-old male lamb without defect for a burnt offering, a year-old ewe lamb without defect for a sin offering, a ram without defect for a fellowship offering,
Nāh 12:1ʻŌhumu aʻela ʻo Miriama lāua ʻo ʻAʻarona i ke kūʻē iā Mose, no ka wahine ʻAitiopa āna i lawe ai: no ka mea, ua lawe ia i wahine no ʻAitiopa nāna.Miriam and Aaron began to talk against Moses because of his Cushite wife, for he had married a Cushite.
Nāh 15:27A i hana hewa naʻaupō kekahi kanaka, a laila, e lawe mai ia i kao wahine o ka makahiki mua, i mōhai hala.“‘But if just one person sins unintentionally, that person must bring a year-old female goat for a sin offering.
Nāh 19:2Eia ke kau ʻana i ke kānāwai a Iēhova i kauoha mai ai, penei, E ʻōlelo aku i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, e lawe mai lākou i ou lā i bipi wahine hou ʻulaʻula maikaʻi kīnā ʻole, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kau ka ʻauamo ma luna ona.“This is a requirement of the law that the Lord has commanded: Tell the Israelites to bring you a red heifer without defect or blemish and that has never been under a yoke.
Nāh 19:5A e puhi ʻia i ke ahi ua bipi wahine hou lā i mua o kona mau maka, ʻo kona ʻili, ʻo kona ʻiʻo, me kona koko a me kona lepo kāna e puhi ai.While he watches, the heifer is to be burned — its hide, flesh, blood and intestines.
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 19:9A e hōʻiliʻili kekahi kanaka maʻemaʻe i ka lehu o ua bipi wahine lā, a e waiho aku ia mea ma kahi maʻemaʻe ma waho o kahi hoʻomoana: a e mālama ʻia ia mea no ke anaina kanaka o nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, i wai huikala: he mea huikala ia no ka hewa.“A man who is clean shall gather up the ashes of the heifer and put them in a ceremonially clean place outside the camp. They are to be kept by the Israelite community for use in the water of cleansing; it is for purification from sin.
Nāh 19:10A ʻo ka mea nāna e hōʻiliʻili i ka lehu o ka bipi wahine, e holoi ia i kona mau kapa, a e haumia ʻo ia a hiki i ke ahiahi: a e lilo ia no nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, a no ke kanaka ʻē e noho pū ana me lākou, i kānāwai mau loa.The man who gathers up the ashes of the heifer must also wash his clothes, and he too will be unclean till evening. This will be a lasting ordinance both for the Israelites and for the foreigners residing among them.
Nāh 19:17A no ka haumia, e lawe lākou i kekahi lehu o ka bipi wahine i puhi ʻia i ke ahi no ka huikala ʻana i ka hewa, a e hui pū ʻia ka wai puna me ia ma loko o kekahi ipu.“For the unclean person, put some ashes from the burned purification offering into a jar and pour fresh water over them.
Nāh 23:24Aia hoʻi, e ala aʻe kēia poʻe kānaka me he liona wahine lā. E kū aʻe hoʻi ia e like me ka liona kāne; ʻAʻole ia e moe hou, a ʻai iho ia i ke pio, A e inu hoʻi i ke koko o ka mea i pepehi ʻia.The people rise like a lioness; they rouse themselves like a lion that does not rest till it devours its prey and drinks the blood of its victims.”
Nāh 24:9Ua kukuli iho ia, ua moe iho me he liona kāne lā, A me ka liona wahine; na wai lā ia e hoʻāla aʻe? E pōmaikaʻi ka mea hoʻomaikaʻi iā ʻoe, A e pōʻino ka mea hōʻino aku iā ʻoe.Like a lion they crouch and lie down, like a lioness — who dares to rouse them? “May those who bless you be blessed and those who curse you be cursed!”
Nāh 25:6Aia hoʻi, hele mai kekahi mamo a ʻIseraʻela, a lawe maila i kekahi wahine no Midiana i nā hoahānau ona, i mua o nā maka o Mose, a i mua o nā maka o ke anaina kanaka a pau o nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, e uē ana lākou ma ka puka o ka halelewa o ke anaina.Then an Israelite man brought into the camp a Midianite woman right before the eyes of Moses and the whole assembly of Israel while they were weeping at the entrance to the tent of meeting.
Nāh 25:8Hahai akula ia ma muli o ua kanaka lā o ka ʻIseraʻela ma loko o ka halelewa, a hou ihola iā lāua a ʻelua, i ke kanaka o ka ʻIseraʻela a me ka wahine ma kona ʻōpū. Pēlā nō i pale ʻia ai ke ahulau mai nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela aku.and followed the Israelite into the tent. He drove the spear into both of them, right through the Israelite man and into the woman’s stomach. Then the plague against the Israelites was stopped;
Nāh 25:14ʻO ka inoa o ke kanaka ʻIseraʻela i pepehi ʻia, i pepehi pū ʻia me ka wahine o Midiana, ʻo ia ʻo Zimeri ke keiki a Salu, he luna o ka ʻohana kupuna no ka Simeona.The name of the Israelite who was killed with the Midianite woman was Zimri son of Salu, the leader of a Simeonite family.
Nāh 25:15A ʻo ka inoa o ka wahine no Midiana i pepehi ʻia, ʻo ia ʻo Kosebi, ke kaikamahine a Zura, he luna ia o kekahi poʻe kānaka, no ka ʻohana aliʻi ma Midiana.And the name of the Midianite woman who was put to death was Kozbi daughter of Zur, a tribal chief of a Midianite family.
Nāh 26:59A ʻo ka inoa o ka wahine a ʻAmerama, ʻo ia ʻo Iokebeda, ke kaikamahine a Levi, ka mea i hānau na Levi ma ʻAigupita: nāna nō i hānau na ʻAmerama ʻo ʻAʻarona lāua ʻo Mose, a me Miriama ko lāua kaikuahine.the name of Amram’s wife was Jochebed, a descendant of Levi, who was born to the Levites in Egypt. To Amram she bore Aaron, Moses and their sister Miriam.
Nāh 30:3Inā e hoʻohiki ka wahine i ka hoʻohiki ʻana iā Iēhova, a e hoʻopaʻa iā ia iho i ka mea paʻa, i loko nō ia o ka hale o kona makua kāne, i kona wā ʻōpiopio;“When a young woman still living in her father’s household makes a vow to the Lord or obligates herself by a pledge
Nāh 30:9Akā, ʻo nā hoʻohiki a pau a ka wahine kāne make, a me kā ka wahine kāne hemo paha, ma nā mea a lāua i hoʻopaʻa ai iā lāua iho, e kūpaʻa nō ia mau mea iā ia.“Any vow or obligation taken by a widow or divorced woman will be binding on her.
Nāh 30:15Akā, inā e hōʻole iki kāna kāne ia mau mea, ma hope o kona lohe ʻana, a laila nāna nō e lawe i ka hala o kāna wahine.If, however, he nullifies them some time after he hears about them, then he must bear the consequences of her wrongdoing.”
Nāh 30:16ʻO ia nā kānāwai a Iēhova i kauoha mai ai iā Mose, i waena o ke kāne a me kāna wahine, i waena hoʻi o ka makua kāne a me kāna kaikamahine, i kona wā ʻōpiopio, ma ka hale o kona makua kāne.These are the regulations the Lord gave Moses concerning relationships between a man and his wife, and between a father and his young daughter still living at home.
Nāh 36:8A ʻo kēlā kaikamahine kēia kaikamahine mea ʻāina hoʻoili ma loko o kekahi ʻohana o nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, e lilo nō ia i wahine na kekahi o ka hanauna o ka ʻohana o kona makua kāne, i loaʻa ai i nā mamo a pau a ʻIseraʻela ka ʻāina hoʻoili o kona makua kāne.Every daughter who inherits land in any Israelite tribe must marry someone in her father’s tribal clan, so that every Israelite will possess the inheritance of their ancestors.
Kānl 4:16O hana hewa auaneʻi, a hana aku ʻoukou i kiʻi kālai ʻia no ʻoukou, ma ka like ʻana me kekahi mea, ʻo ke kāne, a ʻo ka wahine paha,so that you do not become corrupt and make for yourselves an idol, an image of any shape, whether formed like a man or a woman,
Kānl 5:14Akā, ʻo ka hiku o ka lā, he Sābati ia no Iēhova no kou Akua, ʻaʻole loa ʻoe e hana, ʻaʻole ʻoe, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kaikamahine, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kāu kauā wahine, ʻaʻole kou bipi kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou hoki kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi kekahi holoholona ou, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou kānaka ʻē ma loko o kou mau ʻīpuka; i hoʻomaha ai kāu kauā kāne, a me kāu kauā wahine e like me ʻoe.but the seventh day is a sabbath to the Lord your God. On it you shall not do any work, neither you, nor your son or daughter, nor your male or female servant, nor your ox, your donkey or any of your animals, nor any foreigner residing in your towns, so that your male and female servants may rest, as you do.
Kānl 5:21Mai kuko wale i ka wahine a kou hoalauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe e kuko i ka hale o kou hoalauna, i kāna mahina ʻai, ʻaʻole i kāna kauā kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kāna bipi kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kona hoki kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi mea a kou hoalauna.“You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife. You shall not set your desire on your neighbor’s house or land, his male or female servant, his ox or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.”
Kānl 7:14E ʻoi aku kou hoʻopōmaikaʻi ʻia ma mua o ko nā kānaka a pau: ʻaʻole he kāne keiki ʻole, ʻaʻole he wahine pā i waena o ʻoukou, ʻaʻole hoʻi i waena o nā holoholona a ʻoukou.You will be blessed more than any other people; none of your men or women will be childless, nor will any of your livestock be without young.
Kānl 12:12A e ʻoliʻoli ʻoukou i mua o Iēhova ko ʻoukou Akua, ʻo ʻoukou, a me kā ʻoukou mau keiki kāne, a me kā ʻoukou mau kaikamāhine, a me nā kauā kāne a ʻoukou, a me kā ʻoukou mau kauā wahine, a me ka Levi e noho pū ana me ʻoukou; no ka mea, ʻaʻohe ona kuleana, ʻaʻohe ona ʻāina hoʻoili me ʻoukou.And there rejoice before the Lord your God — you, your sons and daughters, your male and female servants, and the Levites from your towns who have no allotment or inheritance of their own.
Kānl 12:18Akā, e ʻai ʻoe ia mau mea i mua o Iēhova kou Akua, ma kahi a Iēhova kou Akua i wae ai, ʻo ʻoe, a me kāu keiki kāne, a me kāu kaikamahine, a me kāu kauā kāne, a me kāu kauā wahine, a me ka mamo a Levi ma kou mau ʻīpuka: a e ʻoliʻoli ʻoe i mua o Iēhova kou Akua i nā mea a pau a kou lima e lawe ai.Instead, you are to eat them in the presence of the Lord your God at the place the Lord your God will choose — you, your sons and daughters, your male and female servants, and the Levites from your towns — and you are to rejoice before the Lord your God in everything you put your hand to.
Kānl 13:6A ʻo kou hoahānau kāne, ke keiki a kou makuahine, a ʻo kāu keiki iho paha, a ʻo kāu kaikamahine paha, a ʻo ka wahine o kou poli, a ʻo kāu mea aloha paha e like me kou ʻuhane iho, ke hoʻowalewale malū mai iā ʻoe, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, E hele kāua e mālama i nā akua ʻē, i nā mea āu i ʻike ʻole ai, ʻaʻole hoʻi kou mau kūpuna;If your very own brother, or your son or daughter, or the wife you love, or your closest friend secretly entices you, saying, “Let us go and worship other gods” (gods that neither you nor your ancestors have known,
Kānl 14:29A ʻo ka Levi, (no ka mea, ʻaʻohe ona kuleana, ʻaʻohe ona ʻāina hoʻoili me ʻoe,) a ʻo ka malihini, a ʻo ka mea makua ʻole, a me ka wahine kāne make i loko o kou mau ʻīpuka, ʻo lākou ke hele mai, a e ʻai a māʻona; i hoʻopōmaikaʻi ai ʻo Iēhova kou Akua iā ʻoe ma nā hana a pau a kou lima e lawe ai.so that the Levites (who have no allotment or inheritance of their own) and the foreigners, the fatherless and the widows who live in your towns may come and eat and be satisfied, and so that the Lord your God may bless you in all the work of your hands.
Kānl 15:12Inā paha e kūʻai ʻia mai nou kou hoahānau, he kanaka Hebera, he wahine Hebera paha, a e hoʻokauā mai ʻo ia nāu i nā makahiki ʻeono; a ʻo ka hiku o ka makahiki e hoʻokuʻu aku ʻoe iā ia mai ou aku lā.If any of your people — Hebrew men or women — sell themselves to you and serve you six years, in the seventh year you must let them go free.
Kānl 15:17A laila e lālau ʻoe i ke kui, a hou aku i kona pepeiao a ma ka ʻīpuka, a e lilo ia i kauā mau nāu: a pēlā ʻoe e hana aku ai i kāu kauā wahine.then take an awl and push it through his earlobe into the door, and he will become your servant for life. Do the same for your female servant.
Kānl 16:11A e ʻoliʻoli ʻoe i mua o Iēhova kou Akua, ʻo ʻoe, a me kāu keiki kāne, a me kāu kaikamahine, a me kāu kauā kāne a me kāu kauā wahine, a me ka Levi i loko o kou mau ʻīpuka, a me ka malihini, a me ka mea makua ʻole, a me ka wahine kāne make me ʻoe, ma kahi a Iēhova kou Akua i wae ai e hoʻopaʻa i kona inoa ma laila.And rejoice before the Lord your God at the place he will choose as a dwelling for his Name — you, your sons and daughters, your male and female servants, the Levites in your towns, and the foreigners, the fatherless and the widows living among you.
Kānl 16:14A e ʻoliʻoli ʻoe i kāu ʻahaʻaina, ʻo ʻoe, a me kāu keiki kāne, me kāu kaikamahine, a me kāu kauā kāne, a me kāu kauā wahine, a me ka Levi, a me ka malihini, a ʻo ka mea makua ʻole, a me ka wahine kāne make i loko o kou mau ʻīpuka.Be joyful at your festival — you, your sons and daughters, your male and female servants, and the Levites, the foreigners, the fatherless and the widows who live in your towns.
Kānl 17:2Inā paha i loaʻa i waena o ʻoukou ma kou mau ʻīpuka a Iēhova kou Akua i hāʻawi mai ai iā ʻoe, he kanaka, he wahine paha, i hana hewa i mua o Iēhova kou Akua i ka pale aku i kāna berita,If a man or woman living among you in one of the towns the Lord gives you is found doing evil in the eyes of the Lord your God in violation of his covenant,
Kānl 17:5A laila e lawe mai ʻoe i kēlā kanaka, a i kēlā wahine paha, i ka mea nāna i hana kēia mea hewa, ma kou mau ʻīpuka, i ke kanaka, i ka wahine paha, a e hailuku iā lākou i ka pōhaku a make lākou.take the man or woman who has done this evil deed to your city gate and stone that person to death.
Kānl 20:7ʻO wai ke kanaka i hoʻopalau i ka wahine, ʻaʻole naʻe i lawe iā ia? E hele nō ia, a hoʻi aku i kona hale, o make auaneʻi ia i ke kaua, a e lawe ke kanaka ʻē iā ia.Has anyone become pledged to a woman and not married her? Let him go home, or he may die in battle and someone else marry her.”
Kānl 21:3A ʻo ke kūlanakauhale kokoke i ka mea i pepehi ʻia, ʻo nā lunakahiko o ia kūlanakauhale e lawe lākou i ka bipi wahine hou i hoʻohana ʻole ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kauō i loko o ka ʻauamo;Then the elders of the town nearest the body shall take a heifer that has never been worked and has never worn a yoke
Kānl 21:4A ʻo nā lunakahiko o ia kūlanakauhale e alakaʻi aku i ka bipi wahine hou ma ke kahawai e kahe mau ana, ma kahi mahi ʻole ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi i lūlū ʻia, a ma laila lākou e ʻoki ai i ke poʻo o ua bipi wahine lā ma ke kahawai:and lead it down to a valley that has not been plowed or planted and where there is a flowing stream. There in the valley they are to break the heifer’s neck.
Kānl 21:6A ʻo nā lunakahiko a pau o ke kūlanakauhale e kokoke ana i ka mea i pepehi ʻia e holoi i ko lākou lima ma luna o ka bipi wahine i ʻoki ʻia ʻo kona poʻo ma ke kahawai:Then all the elders of the town nearest the body shall wash their hands over the heifer whose neck was broken in the valley,
Kānl 21:11A ʻike aku ʻoe i wahine maikaʻi i waena o ka poʻe pio, a makemake ʻoe e lawe iā ia i wahine nāu;if you notice among the captives a beautiful woman and are attracted to her, you may take her as your wife.
Kānl 21:13A e waiho aku ia i ka ʻaʻahu pio mai ona aku lā, a e noho ia ma kou hale, a e uē iho ia i kona makua kāne, a me kona makuahine i hoʻokahi malama; a ma hope aku e komo aku ʻoe i loko i ona lā e lilo i kāne nāna, a e lilo ia i wahine nāu.and put aside the clothes she was wearing when captured. After she has lived in your house and mourned her father and mother for a full month, then you may go to her and be her husband and she shall be your wife.
Kānl 21:15Inā ʻelua wāhine a kekahi kanaka, ua aloha ʻia kekahi, ua aloha ʻole ʻia kekahi, a ʻo ka mea aloha ʻia, a me ka mea aloha ʻole ʻia i hānau keiki nāna: a inā na ka wahine aloha ʻole ʻia ka makahiapo;If a man has two wives, and he loves one but not the other, and both bear him sons but the firstborn is the son of the wife he does not love,
Kānl 22:5ʻAʻole e komo ka wahine i ke kapa o ke kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi e komo ke kāne i ke kapa o ka wahine: no ka mea, ʻo nā mea a pau e hana ana pēlā, ua haumia lākou iā Iēhova kou Akua.A woman must not wear men’s clothing, nor a man wear women’s clothing, for the Lord your God detests anyone who does this.
Kānl 22:13A i lawe kekahi kanaka i wahine nāna, a moe me ia, a i inaina iā ia,If a man takes a wife and, after sleeping with her, dislikes her
Kānl 22:14A ʻōlelo ʻino iā ia, a hoʻokaulana i kona inoa ma ka hewa, i ka ʻī ʻana aku, Ua lawe au i kēia wahine, a i kuʻu hele ʻana i ona lā, ʻaʻole i loaʻa iaʻu ia he puʻupaʻa.and slanders her and gives her a bad name, saying, “I married this woman, but when I approached her, I did not find proof of her virginity,”
Kānl 22:16A e ʻōlelo aku ka makua kāne o ke kaikamahine i nā lunakahiko, Hāʻawi akula au i kuʻu kaikamahine i wahine na kēia kanaka, a ua inaina mai ʻo ia iā ia;Her father will say to the elders, “I gave my daughter in marriage to this man, but he dislikes her.
Kānl 22:19A e hoʻouku iā ia i hoʻokahi haneri sekela kālā, a e hāʻawi aku ia no ka makua kāne o ke kaikamahine; no ka mea, ua hoʻokaulana aku ia i ka inoa o ka wahine puʻupaʻa o ka ʻIseraʻela ma ka hewa: a e lilo ia i wahine nāna; ʻaʻole ia e hoʻokuke aku iā ia i kona mau lā a pau.They shall fine him a hundred shekels of silver and give them to the young woman’s father, because this man has given an Israelite virgin a bad name. She shall continue to be his wife; he must not divorce her as long as he lives.
Kānl 22:22A i loaʻa ke kanaka e moe ana me ka wahine i mare ʻia na ke kāne, a laila e make lāua a ʻelua, ʻo ke kāne i moe pū me ka wahine, lāua ʻo ka wahine. Pēlā ʻoe e hemo aku ai i ka ʻino mai ka ʻIseraʻela aku.If a man is found sleeping with another man’s wife, both the man who slept with her and the woman must die. You must purge the evil from Israel.
Kānl 22:24A laila e kaʻi aku ʻoukou iā lāua a ʻelua ma ka ʻīpuka o ke kūlanakauhale, a e hailuku ʻoukou iā lāua i ka pōhaku, a make lāua; ʻo ke kaikamahine no kona hoʻōho ʻole ʻana: a ʻo ke kanaka no kona hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻana i ka wahine a kona hoalauna: pēlā ʻoukou e hemo aku ai i ka ʻino mai waena aku o ʻoukou.you shall take both of them to the gate of that town and stone them to death — the young woman because she was in a town and did not scream for help, and the man because he violated another man’s wife. You must purge the evil from among you.
Kānl 22:29A laila e uku aku ke kanaka i moe me ia i kanalima sekela na ka makua kāne o ua kaikamahine lā, a e lilo ia i wahine nāna; no kona hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻana iā ia, ʻaʻole ia e hoʻokuke aku iā ia a pau nā lā ona.he shall pay her father fifty shekels of silver. He must marry the young woman, for he has violated her. He can never divorce her as long as he lives.
Kānl 22:30Mai lawe ke kanaka i ka wahine a kona makua kāne, ʻaʻole hoʻi e wehe i ke kapa o kona makua kāne.A man is not to marry his father’s wife; he must not dishonor his father’s bed.
Kānl 23:18Mai lawe ʻoe i loko o ka hale o Iēhova kou Akua i ka uku no ka wahine moekolohe, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ke kumu kūʻai no ka ʻīlio, no kekahi hoʻohiki ʻana; no ka mea, ua hoʻowahāwahā ʻia ia mau mea ʻelua e Iēhova kou Akua.You must not bring the earnings of a female prostitute or of a male prostitute into the house of the Lord your God to pay any vow, because the Lord your God detests them both.
Kānl 24:1Aia lawe ke kanaka i kekahi wahine a mare iā ia, a loaʻa ʻole i ka wahine ke aloha ʻia mai i mua o kona maka, no ka loaʻa i ke kāne kekahi kīnā o ka wahine; a laila e kākau kēlā i palapala e hemo ai ka wahine, a e hāʻawi aku ia mea ma kona lima, a e hoʻokuke aku iā ia i waho o kona hale.If a man marries a woman who becomes displeasing to him because he finds something indecent about her, and he writes her a certificate of divorce, gives it to her and sends her from his house,
Kānl 24:2A hala kēlā i waho o kona hale, e hele nō ia e lilo i wahine na kekahi kāne hou.and if after she leaves his house she becomes the wife of another man,
Kānl 24:3Inā e inaina ke kāne hou iā ia, a kākau nāna i palapala no ka hemo ʻana, a e hāʻawi aku ia mea ma kona lima, a e hoʻokuke aku iā ia ma waho o kona hale; a i make paha ke kāne hou, nāna ia i lawe i wahine nāna:and her second husband dislikes her and writes her a certificate of divorce, gives it to her and sends her from his house, or if he dies,
Kānl 24:4ʻO kāna kāne ma mua, nāna ia i hoʻokuke aku, ʻaʻole e pono ia ke lawe hou iā ia i wahine nāna, ma hope mai o kona haumia ʻana; no ka mea, he mea hoʻopailua ʻia i mua o Iēhova: mai hana aku ʻoe i ka mea e hewa ai ka ʻāina a Iēhova kou Akua e hāʻawi mai ai i wahi e noho ai nou.then her first husband, who divorced her, is not allowed to marry her again after she has been defiled. That would be detestable in the eyes of the Lord. Do not bring sin upon the land the Lord your God is giving you as an inheritance.
Kānl 24:5Aia lawe ke kanaka i wahine hou nāna, mai hele aku ia me ka poʻe kaua, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kau ʻia ma luna ona kekahi hana: e noho kaʻawale ia ma kona wahi i hoʻokahi makahiki, a e hōʻoluʻolu aku i kāna wahine āna i lawe ai.If a man has recently married, he must not be sent to war or have any other duty laid on him. For one year he is to be free to stay at home and bring happiness to the wife he has married.
Kānl 24:17Mai hoʻokeʻekeʻe ʻoe i ka pono o ka malihini, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ke keiki makua ʻole, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoe e lawe i ke kapa ʻaʻahu o ka wahine kāne make i uku pānaʻi.Do not deprive the foreigner or the fatherless of justice, or take the cloak of the widow as a pledge.
Kānl 24:19Aia ʻoki iho ʻoe i kāu palaoa ma kāu mahina ʻai, a hoʻopoina ʻoe i kekahi pua ma ka mahina ʻai, mai hele hou ʻoe e kiʻi ia mea; na ka malihini nō ia, a na ka mea makua ʻole, a na ka wahine kāne make; i hoʻopōmaikaʻi mai ai ʻo Iēhova kou Akua iā ʻoe i nā hana a pau a kou mau lima.When you are harvesting in your field and you overlook a sheaf, do not go back to get it. Leave it for the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, so that the Lord your God may bless you in all the work of your hands.
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 24:21Aia hōʻiliʻili ʻoe i nā hua waina o kou pā waina, mai ʻohi ʻoe i ke koena ma hope ou: na ka malihini nō ia, na ka mea makua ʻole, a na ka wahine kāne make.When you harvest the grapes in your vineyard, do not go over the vines again. Leave what remains for the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow.
Kānl 25:5Inā e noho pū nā hoahānau kāne, a make kekahi o lākou, ʻaʻohe āna keiki, mai mare ka wahine a ka mea i make i ka malihini ma waho: na ka hoahānau o kāna kāne e hele i loko i ona lā, a e lawe iā ia i wahine nāna, a e mālama aku i ka ʻoihana a ka hoahānau o kāna kāne.If brothers are living together and one of them dies without a son, his widow must not marry outside the family. Her husband’s brother shall take her and marry her and fulfill the duty of a brother-in-law to her.
Kānl 25:7Inā makemake ʻole ke kanaka e lawe i ka wahine a kona hoahānau, a laila e piʻi ka wahine a kona hoahānau ma ka ʻīpuka i nā lunakahiko, a e ʻī aku, Ua hōʻole ka hoahānau o kuʻu kāne e hoʻokū i ka inoa no kona hoahānau i loko o ka ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole ia i hāliu mai e mālama i ka ʻoihana a ka hoahānau o kuʻu kāne.However, if a man does not want to marry his brother’s wife, she shall go to the elders at the town gate and say, “My husband’s brother refuses to carry on his brother’s name in Israel. He will not fulfill the duty of a brother-in-law to me.”
Kānl 25:9A laila e hele mai ka wahine a kona hoahānau iā ia i mua o nā lunakahiko, a e kala aʻe i kona kāmaʻa mai kona wāwae, a e kuha aku i kona maka, me ka ʻōlelo aku, Pēlā e hana ʻia aku ai i ke kanaka, i ka mea kūkulu ʻole i ka hale o kona hoahānau.his brother’s widow shall go up to him in the presence of the elders, take off one of his sandals, spit in his face and say, “This is what is done to the man who will not build up his brother’s family line.”
Kānl 25:11A i hakakā pū nā kānaka, kekahi kanaka a me kona hoahānau, a hoʻokokoke mai ka wahine a kekahi e hoʻopakele i kāna kāne i ka lima o ka mea i pepehi mai iā ia, a hoʻopaʻa aku iā ia ma kona wahi hilahila:If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant, and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts,
Kānl 26:12Aia hoʻopau ʻoe i ka hoʻokupu ʻana i ka hapaʻumi a pau o kāu mea i loaʻa i ke kolu o ka makahiki, ʻo ia ka makahiki hoʻokupu i ka hapaʻumi; a hāʻawi aku i ka Levi a i ka malihini, a i ka mea makua ʻole, a me ka wahine kāne make, i ʻai iho ai lākou ma kou mau ʻīpuka a māʻona;When you have finished setting aside a tenth of all your produce in the third year, the year of the tithe, you shall give it to the Levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, so that they may eat in your towns and be satisfied.
Kānl 26:13A laila e ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i mua o Iēhova kou Akua, Ua lawe mai nei au i ka mea i hoʻolaʻa ʻia mai koʻu hale mai, a ua hāʻawi aku hoʻi i ka Levi, a i ka malihini, a i ka mea makua ʻole, a i ka wahine kāne make, e like me kāu mau kauoha a pau āu i kauoha mai ai iaʻu; ʻaʻole au i hoʻohala i kāu mau kauoha, ʻaʻole hoʻi au i hoʻopoina;Then say to the Lord your God: “I have removed from my house the sacred portion and have given it to the Levite, the foreigner, the fatherless and the widow, according to all you commanded. I have not turned aside from your commands nor have I forgotten any of them.
Kānl 27:19E pōʻino ke kanaka ke hoʻokeʻekeʻe i ka pono o ka malihini, a me ke keiki makua ʻole, a me ka wahine kāne make: a ʻo nā kānaka a pau e ʻōlelo mai, Pēlā ʻiʻo nō.“Cursed is anyone who withholds justice from the foreigner, the fatherless or the widow.” Then all the people shall say, “Amen!”
Kānl 27:20E pōʻino ke kanaka ke moe me ka wahine a kona makua kāne; no ka mea, ua wehe aʻe ia i ke kapa moe o kona makua kāne: a ʻo nā kānaka a pau e ʻōlelo mai, Pēlā ʻiʻo nō.“Cursed is anyone who sleeps with his father’s wife, for he dishonors his father’s bed.” Then all the people shall say, “Amen!”
Kānl 27:23E pōʻino ke kanaka, ke moe ia me kona makuahōnōai wahine: a ʻo nā kānaka a pau e ʻōlelo mai, Pēlā ʻiʻo nō.“Cursed is anyone who sleeps with his mother-in-law.” Then all the people shall say, “Amen!”
Kānl 28:30A e hoʻopalau ʻoe i ka wahine, a ʻo ke kanaka ʻē e moe iā ia, a e kūkulu ʻoe i ka hale, ʻaʻole naʻe ʻoe e noho i loko: a e kanu ʻoe i māla waina, ʻaʻole ʻoe e ʻohi i kona hua.You will be pledged to be married to a woman, but another will take her and rape her. You will build a house, but you will not live in it. You will plant a vineyard, but you will not even begin to enjoy its fruit.
Kānl 28:54ʻO ke kanaka palupalu, a maikaʻi ke kino, e maka ʻino aku ia i kona hoahānau, a me ka wahine o kona poli, a me kāna mau keiki i koe āna i waiho ai:Even the most gentle and sensitive man among you will have no compassion on his own brother or the wife he loves or his surviving children,
Kānl 28:56A ʻo ka wahine palupalu, a maikaʻi ke kino, ka mea pono ʻole iā ia ke hehi kona wāwae ma luna o ka honua no ka maikaʻi, a no ka palupalu, e nānā ʻino aku kona maka i ke kāne o kona poli, a me kāna keiki kāne, a me kāna kaikamahine,The most gentle and sensitive woman among you — so sensitive and gentle that she would not venture to touch the ground with the sole of her foot — will begrudge the husband she loves and her own son or daughter
Kānl 28:68A e hoʻihoʻi aku ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe ma ʻAigupita i loko o nā moku, ma ke ala aʻu i ʻōlelo ai iā ʻoe, ʻAʻole ʻoe e ʻike hou aku ia wahi: a ma laila e kūʻai ʻia aku ai ʻoukou no ko ʻoukou poʻe ʻenemi, i poʻe kauā kāne, a i poʻe kauā wahine, ʻaʻohe mea nāna e kūʻai mai.The Lord will send you back in ships to Egypt on a journey I said you should never make again. There you will offer yourselves for sale to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no one will buy you.
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.
Ios 2:1Hoʻouna akula ʻo Iosua, ke keiki a Nuna i nā kānaka ʻelua, mai Sitima aku e kiu malū, ʻī aʻela, Ō uhaele e mākaʻi i ka ʻāina iā Ieriko. Hele aku lāua a komo i loko o ka hale o kekahi wahine hoʻokamakama, ʻo Rahaba kona inoa, a moe ihola lāua ma laila.Then Joshua son of Nun secretly sent two spies from Shittim. “Go, look over the land,” he said, “especially Jericho.” So they went and entered the house of a prostitute named Rahab and stayed there.
Ios 2:4Lawe aʻela ka wahine i ua mau kānaka lā ʻelua, hūnā ihola iā lāua a ʻōlelo akula penei, Hele maila kekahi mau kānaka i oʻu nei, ʻaʻole hoʻi au i ʻike i kahi a lāua i hele mai ai:But the woman had taken the two men and hidden them. She said, “Yes, the men came to me, but I did not know where they had come from.
Ios 2:8Ma mua o ko lāua moe ʻana, piʻi akula ua wahine nei i o lāua lā ma luna o ka hale;Before the spies lay down for the night, she went up on the roof
Ios 6:17A e laʻa kēlā kūlanakauhale iā Iēhova, ʻo ia, a me nā mea a pau i loko. ʻO Rahaba, ʻo ka wahine hoʻokamakama, ʻo ia wale nō ke ola, ʻo ia a me nā mea a pau i loko o ka hale me ia, no ka mea, nāna nō i hūnā i nā ʻelele a kākou i hoʻouna aku ai.The city and all that is in it are to be devoted to the Lord. Only Rahab the prostitute and all who are with her in her house shall be spared, because she hid the spies we sent.
Ios 6:22ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Iosua i ua mau kānaka lā nāna i mākaʻi i ka ʻāina, E komo ʻolua i loko o ka hale o ka wahine hoʻokipa, a e lawe mai i waho i ka wahine a me kāna mea a pau, e like me kā ʻolua i hoʻohiki ai nona.Joshua said to the two men who had spied out the land, “Go into the prostitute’s house and bring her out and all who belong to her, in accordance with your oath to her.”
Ios 6:25Hoʻōla akula ʻo Iosua iā Rahaba, ka wahine hoʻokipa, a me ka poʻe o kona makua kāne, a me kona mea a pau, aia nō hoʻi ia e noho lā i nēia lā, me ka ʻIseraʻela; no ka mea, nāna nō i hūnā i nā ʻelele a Iosua i hoʻouna aku ai e mākaʻi iā Ieriko.But Joshua spared Rahab the prostitute, with her family and all who belonged to her, because she hid the men Joshua had sent as spies to Jericho — and she lives among the Israelites to this day.
Ios 15:16ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Kaleba, ʻO ka mea nāna e pepehi iā Kiriatesepera, a hoʻopio iho ia wahi, naʻu nō e hāʻawi iā ʻAkesa i kaʻu kaikamahine i wahine nāna.And Caleb said, “I will give my daughter Aksah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath Sepher.”
Ios 15:17Na ʻOteniʻela, ke keiki a Kenaze, ke kaikaina o Kaleba i hoʻopio aku ia wahi; a hāʻawi akula ʻo ia iā ʻAkesa i kāna kaikamahine i wahine nāna.Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s brother, took it; so Caleb gave his daughter Aksah to him in marriage.
Lunk 1:12ʻĪ ihola ʻo Kaleba, ʻO ka mea nāna e pepehi iā Kiriatesepera, a e hoʻopio iho, e hāʻawi aku au iā ʻAkesa, i kaʻu kaikamahine, i wahine nāna.And Caleb said, “I will give my daughter Aksah in marriage to the man who attacks and captures Kiriath Sepher.”
Lunk 1:13Na ʻOteniʻela, ke keiki a Kenaza, ke kaikaina o Kaleba i hoʻopio aku ia wahi; a hāʻawi ihola ʻo ia iā ʻAkesa, i kāna kaikamahine, i wahine nāna.Othniel son of Kenaz, Caleb’s younger brother, took it; so Caleb gave his daughter Aksah to him in marriage.
Lunk 1:14Eia hoʻi kekahi, a hiki mai ka wahine i ona lā, koi aʻela ʻo ia iā ia e noi aku i kona makua kāne i ʻāina. A iho ihola ia mai luna mai o ka hoki. Nīnau aʻela ʻo Kaleba i ke kaikamahine, He aha kāu?One day when she came to Othniel, she urged him to ask her father for a field. When she got off her donkey, Caleb asked her, “What can I do for you?”
Lunk 4:4ʻO Debora, he kāula wahine, ka wahine a Lapidota, ʻo ia kai hoʻoponopono i ka ʻIseraʻela, ia manawa.Now Deborah, a prophet, the wife of Lappidoth, was leading Israel at that time.
Lunk 4:9ʻĪ akula ʻo ia, I ka hele ʻana, e hele pū nō au me ʻoe. Akā, ʻo kēia hele ʻana āu e hele ai, ʻaʻole ʻoe e hoʻonani ʻia i laila, no ka mea, e hāʻawi ana ʻo Iēhova iā Sisera i ka lima o kekahi wahine. Kū aʻela ʻo Debora, a hele pū akula me Baraka i Kedesa.“Certainly I will go with you,” said Deborah. “But because of the course you are taking, the honor will not be yours, for the Lord will deliver Sisera into the hands of a woman.” So Deborah went with Barak to Kedesh.
Lunk 4:17Holo akula ʻo Sisera ma kona wāwae, a i ka halelewa o Iaʻela ka wahine a Hebera no ko Kena; no ka mea, ua noho kuʻikahi ʻo Iabina, ke aliʻi o Hazora me ka poʻe o Hebera no ko Kena.Sisera, meanwhile, fled on foot to the tent of Jael, the wife of Heber the Kenite, because there was an alliance between Jabin king of Hazor and the family of Heber the Kenite.
Lunk 4:21Lālau ihola ʻo Iaʻela, ka wahine a Hebera, i ke kui o ka halelewa, a kau ka hāmare ma kekahi lima ona, a hele malū akula i ona lā, a mākia ihola i kona maha i ke kui, a paʻa i ka lepo; no ka mea, ua hiamoe paʻa loa ia, i kona unā ʻana. A make nō ia.But Jael, Heber’s wife, picked up a tent peg and a hammer and went quietly to him while he lay fast asleep, exhausted. She drove the peg through his temple into the ground, and he died.
Lunk 5:24Ma mua o nā wāhine, e pōmaikaʻi ana ʻo Iaʻela, Ka wahine a Hebera no ko Kena; E pōmaikaʻi ana ia ma mua o nā wāhine i loko o nā halelewa.“Most blessed of women be Jael, the wife of Heber the Kenite, most blessed of tent-dwelling women.
Lunk 5:29ʻĪ maila nā aliʻi wahine akamai, Nāna nō i haʻi mai iā ia iho;The wisest of her ladies answer her; indeed, she keeps saying to herself,
Lunk 8:31A ʻo kāna haiā wahine ma Sekema, ʻo ia kekahi i hānau mai i keiki kāne nāna, a kapa akula ʻo ia i kona inoa ʻo ʻAbimeleka.His concubine, who lived in Shechem, also bore him a son, whom he named Abimelek.
Lunk 9:18A ua kū mai ʻoukou i kēia lā, e kūʻē i ko ka hale o koʻu makua kāne, a ua luku mai i kāna poʻe keiki kāne, he kanahiku, ma luna o ka pōhaku hoʻokahi, a ua hoʻolilo iā ʻAbimeleka, i ke keiki a kāna haiā wahine, i aliʻi ma luna o kānaka o Sekema, no ka mea, ʻo ko ʻoukou hoahānau ia;)But today you have revolted against my father’s family. You have murdered his seventy sons on a single stone and have made Abimelek, the son of his female slave, king over the citizens of Shechem because he is related to you.
Lunk 9:53A hoʻolei ihola kekahi wahine i ka pōhaku kaʻa palaoa ma luna iho o ke poʻo o ʻAbimeleka, a wāwahi i kona iwi poʻo.a woman dropped an upper millstone on his head and cracked his skull.
Lunk 9:54A laila, hea koke aʻela ia i ke kanaka uʻi i lawe i kona kāhiko kaua, ʻī akula iā ia, E unuhi ʻoe i kou pahi a e pepehi mai iaʻu, i ʻōlelo ʻole mai ai nā kānaka noʻu, Na ka wahine ia i pepehi. Hou akula kona kanaka iā ia, a make ia.Hurriedly he called to his armor-bearer, “Draw your sword and kill me, so that they can’t say, ‘A woman killed him.’” So his servant ran him through, and he died.
Lunk 11:1He kanaka koa loa ʻo Iepeta, no Gileada, a he keiki ia na kekahi wahine hoʻokamakama: na Gileada ʻo Iepeta.Jephthah the Gileadite was a mighty warrior. His father was Gilead; his mother was a prostitute.
Lunk 11:2Hānau maila kā Gileada wahine i mau keiki kāne nāna; a oʻo aʻela nā keiki kāne a kāna wahine, kipaku akula lākou iā Iepeta, ʻī akula iā ia, ʻAʻole ou kuleana ma ka hale o ko mākou makua kāne; no ka mea, he keiki ʻoe na kekahi wahine ʻē.Gilead’s wife also bore him sons, and when they were grown up, they drove Jephthah away. “You are not going to get any inheritance in our family,” they said, “because you are the son of another woman.”
Lunk 13:2Aia nō kekahi kanaka, no Zora, no kā Dana ʻohana, ʻo Manoa kona inoa, ua pā kāna wahine, ʻaʻole i hānau.A certain man of Zorah, named Manoah, from the clan of the Danites, had a wife who was childless, unable to give birth.
Lunk 13:3ʻIkea mai ka ʻānela o Iēhova e ka wahine, ʻī maila iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ua pā ʻoe, ʻaʻole i hānau; e hāpai auaneʻi ʻoe, a hānau mai i keiki kāne.The angel of the Lord appeared to her and said, “You are barren and childless, but you are going to become pregnant and give birth to a son.
Lunk 13:6A laila, hele aʻela ka wahine, a haʻi aʻela i kāna kāne, ʻī aʻela, Ua hele mai nei ke kanaka o ke Akua iaʻu, ua like kona helehelena me ka helehelena o ka ʻānela o ke Akua, weliweli loa. ʻAʻole au i nīnau aku iā ia i kona wahi, ʻaʻole hoʻi ia i haʻi mai iaʻu i kona inoa.Then the woman went to her husband and told him, “A man of God came to me. He looked like an angel of God, very awesome. I didn’t ask him where he came from, and he didn’t tell me his name.
Lunk 13:9Hoʻolohe maila ke Akua i ka leo o Manoa, a hele hou mai ka ʻānela o ke Akua i ua wahine lā, i kona noho ʻana, ma ke kula, akā, ʻo Manoa, ʻo kāna kāne ʻaʻole ia pū me ia.God heard Manoah, and the angel of God came again to the woman while she was out in the field; but her husband Manoah was not with her.
Lunk 13:10Wikiwiki ihola ka wahine, a holo, a hōʻike aʻela i kāna kāne, ʻī akula iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ua ʻike hou ʻia maila iaʻu ke kanaka i hele mai ai iaʻu i kēlā lā.The woman hurried to tell her husband, “He’s here! The man who appeared to me the other day!”
Lunk 13:11Kū aʻela ʻo Manoa a hahai akula i kāna wahine, a hiki i ua kanaka lā, ʻī akula iā ia, ʻO ʻoe anei ke kanaka i ʻōlelo mai ai i ua wahine nei? ʻĪ maila kēlā, ʻO wau nō.Manoah got up and followed his wife. When he came to the man, he said, “Are you the man who talked to my wife?” “I am,” he said.
Lunk 13:13ʻĪ maila ka ʻānela o Iēhova iā Manoa, E mālama pono ka wahine i nā mea a pau aʻu i ʻōlelo aku ai iā ia.The angel of the Lord answered, “Your wife must do all that I have told her.
Lunk 13:19Kiʻi aʻela ʻo Manoa i kao keiki, a me ka mōhai makana, a kaumaha akula no Iēhova ma luna o ka pōhaku: a hana kupanaha ihola ia; a nānā akula ʻo Manoa a me kāna wahine.Then Manoah took a young goat, together with the grain offering, and sacrificed it on a rock to the Lord. And the Lord did an amazing thing while Manoah and his wife watched:
Lunk 13:20I ka piʻi ʻana aku o ka lapalapa i luna i ka lani, mai ka lele aku, piʻi pū akula ka ʻānela o Iēhova ma loko o ka lapalapa o ke ahi o ka lele. Nānā akula ʻo Manoa a me kāna wahine, a hina ihola i lalo ke alo i ka honua.As the flame blazed up from the altar toward heaven, the angel of the Lord ascended in the flame. Seeing this, Manoah and his wife fell with their faces to the ground.
Lunk 13:21ʻAʻole ʻike hou ʻia ka ʻānela o Iēhova iā Manoa a me kāna wahine. A laila ʻike pono ihola ʻo Manoa, he ʻānela ia no Iēhova.When the angel of the Lord did not show himself again to Manoah and his wife, Manoah realized that it was the angel of the Lord.
Lunk 13:22ʻĪ aʻela Manoa i kāna wahine, E make auaneʻi kāua, no ka mea, ua ʻike kāua i ke Akua.“We are doomed to die!” he said to his wife. “We have seen God!”
Lunk 13:23ʻĪ maila kāna wahine iā ia, Inā i manaʻo mai ʻo Iēhova e pepehi mai iā kāua, inā ua lawe ʻole ʻo ia i ka mōhai kuni, a me ka mōhai makana mai ko kāua lima aku, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hōʻike mai iā kāua i kēia mau mea a pau, ʻaʻole hoʻi e haʻi mai iā kāua pēnēia.But his wife answered, “If the Lord had meant to kill us, he would not have accepted a burnt offering and grain offering from our hands, nor shown us all these things or now told us this.”
Lunk 13:24Hānau maila ua wahine lā, he keiki kāne, a kapa akula i kona inoa ʻo Samesona. Nui aʻela ua keiki nei, a hoʻomaikaʻi mai ʻo Iēhova iā ia.The woman gave birth to a boy and named him Samson. He grew and the Lord blessed him,
Lunk 14:1Iho akula ʻo Samesona i Timenata, a ʻike akula i kekahi wahine ma Timenata, no nā kaikamāhine a ko Pilisetia.Samson went down to Timnah and saw there a young Philistine woman.
Lunk 14:2Piʻi maila ia, a haʻi maila i kona makua kāne, a me kona makuahine, ʻī maila, Ua ʻike au i kekahi wahine ma Timenata, no nā kaikamāhine a ko Pilisetia; no laila ʻeā, e kiʻi aku iā ia, i wahine naʻu.When he returned, he said to his father and mother, “I have seen a Philistine woman in Timnah; now get her for me as my wife.”
Lunk 14:3ʻĪ akula kona makua kāne, a me kona makuahine iā ia, ʻAʻole anei he wahine i waena o nā kaikamāhine o kou poʻe hoahānau, a me kou poʻe kānaka a pau, i hele aku ai ʻoe, e lawe i wahine no ka poʻe ʻoki poepoe ʻole ʻia o ko Pilisetia? ʻĪ maila ʻo Samesona i kona makua kāne, E kiʻi aku iā ia naʻu, no ka mea, ua pono ia i koʻu mau maka.His father and mother replied, “Isn’t there an acceptable woman among your relatives or among all our people? Must you go to the uncircumcised Philistines to get a wife?” But Samson said to his father, “Get her for me. She’s the right one for me.”
Lunk 14:7Iho akula ia, a kamaʻilio pū ihola me ua wahine lā; a ua pono ia i nā maka o Samesona.Then he went down and talked with the woman, and he liked her.
Lunk 14:10Iho akula kona makua kāne i ua wahine lā, a ma laila i hana ai ʻo Samesona i ʻahaʻaina pālala; no ka mea, pēlā i hana ai nā kānaka uʻi.Now his father went down to see the woman. And there Samson held a feast, as was customary for young men.
Lunk 14:15A i ka hiku o ka lā, ʻī aʻela lākou i ka wahine a Samesona, E hoʻowalewale ʻoe i kāu kāne, i haʻi mai ai ʻo ia iā kākou i ka nane, o puhi auaneʻi mākou iā ʻoe, a me ka hale o kou makua kāne i ke ahi. Ua kiʻi mai anei ʻoukou iā mākou e hoʻohune iā mākou, ʻaʻole anei?On the fourth day, they said to Samson’s wife, “Coax your husband into explaining the riddle for us, or we will burn you and your father’s household to death. Did you invite us here to steal our property?”
Lunk 14:16Uwē ihola ka wahine a Samesona i mua ona, ʻī akula iā ia, Ke hoʻowahāwahā wale mai nei ʻoe iaʻu, ʻaʻole aloha mai iaʻu. Ua nanenane mai ʻoe i nā keiki a koʻu poʻe kānaka, ʻaʻole hoʻi i haʻi mai iaʻu. ʻĪ maila kēlā iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ʻaʻole au i haʻi aku i koʻu makua kāne, a me koʻu makuahine, a e haʻi anei au iā ʻoe?Then Samson’s wife threw herself on him, sobbing, “You hate me! You don’t really love me. You’ve given my people a riddle, but you haven’t told me the answer.” “I haven’t even explained it to my father or mother,” he replied, “so why should I explain it to you?”
Lunk 14:17A ia mau lā ʻehiku o ko lākou ʻahaʻaina ʻana, uē ihola ʻo ia i mua ona; a i ka hiku o ka lā, haʻi maila kēlā iā ia, no ka mea, koi ikaika loa maila iā ia; a haʻi aʻela ka wahine i ua nane lā i nā keiki a kona poʻe kānaka.She cried the whole seven days of the feast. So on the seventh day he finally told her, because she continued to press him. She in turn explained the riddle to her people.
Lunk 14:18A i ka hiku o ka lā, ʻaʻole i komo ka lā, ʻī maila nā kānaka o ke kūlanakauhale iā ia, He aha ka mea i ʻoi aku ka ʻono ma mua o ka meli? A he aha hoʻi ka mea i ʻoi aku ka ikaika ma mua o ka liona? ʻĪ akula kēia iā lākou, Inā ʻaʻole ʻoukou i ʻōʻō palau me kaʻu bipi wahine ʻōpiopio, inā ua loaʻa ʻole iā ʻoukou kaʻu nane.Before sunset on the seventh day the men of the town said to him, “What is sweeter than honey? What is stronger than a lion?” Samson said to them, “If you had not plowed with my heifer, you would not have solved my riddle.”
Lunk 14:20Lilo aʻela ka wahine a Samesona i kona hoa, āna i hoʻolauna aku ai.And Samson’s wife was given to one of his companions who had attended him at the feast.
Lunk 15:1A ma hope iho, i nā lā o ka hōʻiliʻili ʻana i ka huapalaoa, hele akula ʻo Samesona, me ke kao keiki, e ʻike i kāna wahine; ʻī ihola, E komo aku nō wau i loko o ke keʻena i kaʻu wahine. ʻAʻole naʻe i hāʻawi mai kona makua kāne iā ia ke komo i loko.Later on, at the time of wheat harvest, Samson took a young goat and went to visit his wife. He said, “I’m going to my wife’s room.” But her father would not let him go in.
Lunk 15:6A laila, nīnau aʻela ko Pilisetia, Na wai i hana i kēia? ʻĪ maila lākou, Na Samesona, na ka hūnōna a kekahi o ko Timenata, no ka mea, ua lawe ʻo ia i kā ia lā wahine, a ua hāʻawi iā ia na kona hoa. Piʻi maila ko Pilisetia, a puhi ihola i ua wahine lā, a me kona makua kāne i ke ahi.When the Philistines asked, “Who did this?” they were told, “Samson, the Timnite’s son-in-law, because his wife was given to his companion.” So the Philistines went up and burned her and her father to death.
Lunk 16:1Iho akula ʻo Samesona i Gaza, a ʻike ihola i laila i kekahi wahine hoʻokamakama, a komo akula i ona lā.One day Samson went to Gaza, where he saw a prostitute. He went in to spend the night with her.
Lunk 16:4A ma hope iho, aloha aʻela ia i kekahi wahine ma ke kahawai ʻo Soreka, ʻo Delila kona inoa.Some time later, he fell in love with a woman in the Valley of Sorek whose name was Delilah.
Lunk 19:1Ia manawa, ʻaʻohe aliʻi ma ka ʻIseraʻela, a e noho ana kekahi Levi ma kekahi ʻaoʻao o ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima, lawe ia i haiā wahine nāna, no loko mai o Betelehemaiuda.In those days Israel had no king. Now a Levite who lived in a remote area in the hill country of Ephraim took a concubine from Bethlehem in Judah.
Lunk 19:2Moekolohe kūʻē maila kāna haiā wahine iā ia, a hele aku, mai ona aku lā, a i ka hale o kona makua kāne, ma Betelehemaiuda, a ma laila nō ia i nā malama ʻehā.But she was unfaithful to him. She left him and went back to her parents’ home in Bethlehem, Judah. After she had been there four months,
Lunk 19:3Kū aʻela kāna kāne a hahai akula iā ia, e ʻōlelo lokomaikaʻi aku iā ia, a e hoʻihoʻi mai iā ia. Me ia pū nō kāna kauā, a me nā hoki ʻelua. Hoʻokomo akula ʻo ia iā ia i ka hale o kona makua kāne. A ʻike maila ka makua kāne o ua wahine lā iā ia, ʻoliʻoli ihola ʻo ia, i ka hālāwai ʻana me ia.her husband went to her to persuade her to return. He had with him his servant and two donkeys. She took him into her parents’ home, and when her father saw him, he gladly welcomed him.
Lunk 19:4Kāohi aʻela kona makuahōnōwai kāne iā ia, ʻo ka makua kāne hoʻi o ua wahine lā; a noho pū ihola ʻo ia me ia, i nā lā ʻekolu; a ʻai nō lākou, a inu, a moe ihola ma laila.His father-in-law, the woman’s father, prevailed on him to stay; so he remained with him three days, eating and drinking, and sleeping there.
Lunk 19:5A hiki i ka hā o ka lā, i ko lākou ala ʻana i kakahiaka nui, kū maila ia e hele. ʻĪ maila ka makua kāne o ka wahine i kāna hūnōna kāne, E hōʻoluʻolu i kou naʻau me kahi berena iki, a ma hope iho, e hele aku ʻolua.On the fourth day they got up early and he prepared to leave, but the woman’s father said to his son-in-law, “Refresh yourself with something to eat; then you can go.”
Lunk 19:6Noho nō lāua, ʻai ihola, a inu pū hoʻi lāua; no ka mea, ua ʻōlelo mai ka makua kāne o ua wahine lā i kēlā kanaka, E leʻaleʻa mai ʻoe i ka noho i kēia pō, a e hōʻoluʻolu i kou naʻau.So the two of them sat down to eat and drink together. Afterward the woman’s father said, “Please stay tonight and enjoy yourself.”
Lunk 19:8I ka lima o ka lā, ala aʻela ia i kakahiaka nui, e hele. ʻĪ maila ka makua kāne o ka wahine, E hōʻoluʻolu paha ʻoe i kou naʻau. Kakali ihola lāua a ʻaui aʻe ka lā, a ʻai ihola lāua.On the morning of the fifth day, when he rose to go, the woman’s father said, “Refresh yourself. Wait till afternoon!” So the two of them ate together.
Lunk 19:9A i ke kū ʻana o ke kanaka e hele, ʻo ia a me kāna wahine, a me kāna kauā, a laila, ʻōlelo mai kona makuahōnōwai kāne iā ia, ʻo ka makua kāne hoʻi o ua wahine lā, Aia hoʻi, ua ʻaui aʻe ka lā, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e noho hou i kēia pō, kokoke pō ka lā, ʻeā, e moe ma ʻaneʻi i leʻaleʻa kou naʻau; a ʻapōpō e hele ʻoe i kakahiaka nui, a hoʻi aku i kou halelewa.Then when the man, with his concubine and his servant, got up to leave, his father-in-law, the woman’s father, said, “Now look, it’s almost evening. Spend the night here; the day is nearly over. Stay and enjoy yourself. Early tomorrow morning you can get up and be on your way home.”
Lunk 19:10ʻAʻole i ʻae mai ua kanaka lā e moe ia pō, akā, kū aʻela ia e hele akula, a hiki ma ke ala o Iebusa, ʻo ia hoʻi ʻo Ierusalema; aia nō me ia pū nā hoki ʻelua, i paʻa i nā noho lio, a ʻo kāna wahine kekahi me ia.But, unwilling to stay another night, the man left and went toward Jebus (that is, Jerusalem), with his two saddled donkeys and his concubine.
Lunk 19:19He mauʻu nō, a me ka ʻai na nā hoki a mākou, a he berena nō a me ka waina naʻu, a na kāu kauā wahine, a na ke kanaka hou o kāu mau kauā nei; ʻaʻohe mea e hemahema ai.We have both straw and fodder for our donkeys and bread and wine for ourselves your servants — me, the woman and the young man with us. We don’t need anything.”
Lunk 19:24Eia hoʻi kaʻu kaikamahine, he puʻupaʻa, a me kāna wahine nō hoʻi, ʻo lāua kaʻu e lawe mai i waho nei, e hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻoukou iā lāua, a e hana hoʻi iā lāua i ka mea i pono i ko ʻoukou mau maka; akā, mai hana ia mea lapuwale i kēia kanaka.Look, here is my virgin daughter, and his concubine. I will bring them out to you now, and you can use them and do to them whatever you wish. But as for this man, don’t do such an outrageous thing.”
Lunk 19:25ʻAʻole hoʻolohe ia poʻe kānaka iā ia. No laila, lālau ihola ke kanaka i kāna haiā wahine, a lawe iā ia i waho i o lākou lā, a ʻike maila lākou iā ia, a hana ʻino lākou iā ia ia pō a pau, a kakahiaka; a i ke ao ʻana aʻe, kuʻu maila iā ia.But the men would not listen to him. So the man took his concubine and sent her outside to them, and they raped her and abused her throughout the night, and at dawn they let her go.
Lunk 19:26I ka puka ʻana o ka mālamalama, hele mai ua wahine lā, a hina ihola ma ka puka o ka hale o ua kanaka lā, ma kahi a kona haku, a mālamalama aʻela.At daybreak the woman went back to the house where her master was staying, fell down at the door and lay there until daylight.
Lunk 19:27Ala maila kona haku i kakahiaka, a wehe aʻela i ka puka o ka hale, a puka aku e hele ma kona ala; aia hoʻi, ua hina ka wahine āna ma ka puka o ka hale, aia hoʻi kona mau lima i luna o ka paepae.When her master got up in the morning and opened the door of the house and stepped out to continue on his way, there lay his concubine, fallen in the doorway of the house, with her hands on the threshold.
Lunk 19:29A hiki akula ia i kona hale, lawe aʻela ia i ka pahi, a lālau akula i kāna haiā wahine, a ʻokiʻoki ihola iā ia, a me kona mau iwi, i ʻumikumamālua ʻāpana, a hoʻouna akula ia mea, i nā mokuna a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela.When he reached home, he took a knife and cut up his concubine, limb by limb, into twelve parts and sent them into all the areas of Israel.
Lunk 20:4ʻŌlelo akula ka Levi, ke kāne a ka wahine i pepehi ʻia,ʻī akula, I koʻu hele ʻana i Gibea no Beniamina, ʻo wau a me kaʻu haiā wahine, a moe i laila;So the Levite, the husband of the murdered woman, said, “I and my concubine came to Gibeah in Benjamin to spend the night.
Lunk 20:5Kūʻēʻē maila nā kānaka o Gibea iaʻu, a hoʻopuni ihola lākou i ka hale ma luna oʻu, i ka pō, manaʻo ihola e pepehi mai iaʻu; a hoʻohaʻahaʻa ihola lākou i kaʻu haiā wahine, a ua make loa ia.During the night the men of Gibeah came after me and surrounded the house, intending to kill me. They raped my concubine, and she died.
Lunk 20:6Lālau akula au i kaʻu haiā wahine, ʻoki liʻiliʻi ihola, a hoʻouna akula i nā ʻāina a pau i ili mai ai i ka ʻIseraʻela; no ka mea, ua hana lākou ma ka moekolohe a me ka lapuwale i loko o ka ʻIseraʻela.I took my concubine, cut her into pieces and sent one piece to each region of Israel’s inheritance, because they committed this lewd and outrageous act in Israel.
Lunk 21:1Ua hoʻohiki mua nā kānaka o ka ʻIseraʻela ma Mizepa, ʻī aʻela, ʻAʻole e hāʻawi kekahi o lākou i kāna kaikamahine i wahine na ka Beniamina.The men of Israel had taken an oath at Mizpah: “Not one of us will give his daughter in marriage to a Benjamite.”
Lunk 21:18Akā, ʻaʻole hiki iā kākou ke hāʻawi i kā kākou mau kaikamāhine iho, i wāhine na lākou; no ka mea, ua hoʻohiki nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela me ka ʻōlelo iho, E ʻāhewa ʻia ka mea nāna e hāʻawi aku i wahine na ka Beniamina.We can’t give them our daughters as wives, since we Israelites have taken this oath: ‘Cursed be anyone who gives a wife to a Benjamite.’
Lunk 21:21E nānā ʻoukou, aia hele mai nā kaikamāhine o Silo e hula ma nā hula, a laila e hele mai ʻoukou, mai loko mai o nā pā waina, a e hopu kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i wahine nāna, no nā kaikamāhine o Silo, a e hoʻi i ka ʻāina ʻo Beniamina.and watch. When the young women of Shiloh come out to join in the dancing, rush from the vineyards and each of you seize one of them to be your wife. Then return to the land of Benjamin.
Lunk 21:22A hiki i ka manawa, e hele mai ai i o kākou nei, ko lākou mau mākua kāne, a ʻo ko lākou mau kaikunāne paha, e hoʻopiʻi mai, a laila, e ʻōlelo mākou iā lākou, E lokomaikaʻi mai ʻoukou iā mākou, ma o lākou lā; no ka mea, ʻaʻole mākou i mālama i wahine na kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka, ma ke kaua ʻana, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻoukou i hāʻawi na lākou i kēia wā, i mea e hewa ai ʻoukou.When their fathers or brothers complain to us, we will say to them, ‘Do us the favor of helping them, because we did not get wives for them during the war. You will not be guilty of breaking your oath because you did not give your daughters to them.’”
Ruta 1:1Aia i ka wā i noho ai nā luna kānāwai i aliʻi, wī ihola ka ʻāina, a hele akula kekahi kanaka no Betelehemaiuda, e noho ma ka ʻāina i Moaba, ʻo ia a me kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki kāne ʻelua.In the days when the judges ruled, there was a famine in the land. So a man from Bethlehem in Judah, together with his wife and two sons, went to live for a while in the country of Moab.
Ruta 1:2ʻO ʻElimeleka ka inoa o ua kanaka lā, a ʻo Naomi ka inoa o kāna wahine, ʻo Mahelona mā lāua ʻo Kiliona, nā inoa o kāna mau keiki kāne; no ʻEperata lākou, no Betelehemaiuda. A hele aku lākou i ka ʻāina i Moaba, a noho ihola ma laila.The man’s name was Elimelek, his wife’s name was Naomi, and the names of his two sons were Mahlon and Kilion. They were Ephrathites from Bethlehem, Judah. And they went to Moab and lived there.
Ruta 1:3Make ihola ʻo ʻElimeleka, ke kāne a Naomi; a koe ka wahine, a me kāna mau keiki kāne ʻelua.Now Elimelek, Naomi’s husband, died, and she was left with her two sons.
Ruta 1:5A make ihola ʻo Mahelona mā lāua ʻo Kiliona; a haʻalele ʻia ua wahine lā e kāna mau keiki ʻelua, a me kāna kāne.both Mahlon and Kilion also died, and Naomi was left without her two sons and her husband.
Ruta 1:6A laila kū maila ʻo ia a me kāna mau hūnōna wahine, a hoʻi maila, mai ka ʻāina ʻo Moaba mai; no ka mea, ua lohe ʻo ia ma ka ʻāina ʻo Moaba, i ko Iēhova ʻike ʻana mai i kona poʻe kānaka, me ka hāʻawi ʻana mai iā lākou i ka berena.When Naomi heard in Moab that the Lord had come to the aid of his people by providing food for them, she and her daughters-in-law prepared to return home from there.
Ruta 1:7Hele akula ʻo ia i waho o kahi āna i noho ai, me kāna mau hūnōna wahine ʻelua; a hele maila lākou ma ke ala, e hoʻi ai i ka ʻāina i Iuda.With her two daughters-in-law she left the place where she had been living and set out on the road that would take them back to the land of Judah.
Ruta 1:8ʻŌlelo akula Naomi i kāna mau hūnōna wahine ʻelua, Ō haele, a hoʻi kēlā mea kēia mea o ʻolua i ka hale o kona makuahine; a na Iēhova nō e lokomaikaʻi mai iā ʻolua, e like me kā ʻolua i hana mai ai i nā mea i make, a iaʻu nō hoʻi.Then Naomi said to her two daughters-in-law, “Go back, each of you, to your mother’s home. May the Lord show you kindness, as you have shown kindness to your dead husbands and to me.
Ruta 1:14Hoʻokiʻekiʻe hou akula lākou i ko lākou leo, a uē akula. Honi maila ʻo ʻOrepa i kona makuahōnōwai wahine; akā, pili maila ʻo Ruta iā ia.At this they wept aloud again. Then Orpah kissed her mother-in-law goodbye, but Ruth clung to her.
Ruta 1:22Pēlā i hoʻi mai ai ʻo Naomi, a me kāna hūnōna wahine pū me ia, ʻo Ruta, no Moaba, a hele mai no ka ʻāina ʻo Moaba mai; a hiki mai lāua i Betelehema i ka manawa o ka hōʻiliʻili mua ʻana i ka hua bale.So Naomi returned from Moab accompanied by Ruth the Moabite, her daughter-in-law, arriving in Bethlehem as the barley harvest was beginning.
Ruta 2:11ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Boaza, ʻī akula, Ua hoʻākāka pono ʻia mai iaʻu nā mea a pau āu i hana aku ai i kou makuahōnōwai wahine, ma hope mai o ka make ʻana o kāu kāne; a ua haʻalele ʻoe i kou makua kāne, a me kou makuahine, a me kahi āu i hānau ai, a ua hele mai hoʻi i ka poʻe kānaka āu i ʻike ʻole ai ma mua.Boaz replied, “I’ve been told all about what you have done for your mother-in-law since the death of your husband — how you left your father and mother and your homeland and came to live with a people you did not know before.
Ruta 2:13ʻĪ maila ia, E loaʻa paha iaʻu ka lokomaikaʻi ʻia mai i nā maka o koʻu haku; no ka mea, ua hoʻomaha mai ʻoe iaʻu, a ua ʻōlelo mai hoʻi i ka naʻau o kāu kauā wahine nei, ʻaʻole naʻe au i like me kāu poʻe kauā wahine.“May I continue to find favor in your eyes, my lord,” she said. “You have put me at ease by speaking kindly to your servant — though I do not have the standing of one of your servants.”
Ruta 2:18A lawe ihola ia, a hele akula i ke kūlanakauhale, a ʻike maila kona makuahōnōwai wahine i ka mea āna i hōʻiliʻili ai; a lawe maila ia a hāʻawi mai iā ia i ke koena āna i mālama ai ma hope o kona māʻona ʻana.She carried it back to town, and her mother-in-law saw how much she had gathered. Ruth also brought out and gave her what she had left over after she had eaten enough.
Ruta 2:19Nīnau maila kona makuahōnōwai wahine iā ia, Ma hea lā ʻoe i hōʻiliʻili ai i kēia lā, a ma hea ʻoe i hana ai? E hoʻopōmaikaʻi ʻia ka mea i ʻike mai iā ʻoe. Hōʻike akula ʻo ia i kona makuahōnōwai wahine i ka mea āna i hana pū ai, ʻī akula, ʻO Boaza ka inoa o ka mea aʻu i hana pū ai i kēia lā.Her mother-in-law asked her, “Where did you glean today? Where did you work? Blessed be the man who took notice of you!” Then Ruth told her mother-in-law about the one at whose place she had been working. “The name of the man I worked with today is Boaz,” she said.
Ruta 2:20ʻĪ maila ʻo Naomi i kāna hūnōna wahine, E pōmaikaʻi ana iā Iēhova ka mea nāna i hoʻōki ʻole i kāna hana lokomaikaʻi ʻana i ka mea i ola, a me ka mea i make. ʻĪ maila ʻo Naomi iā ia, He hoahānau ia e pili koke ana iā kāua, ʻo ia hoʻi ko kāua mea i pili koko.“The Lord bless him!” Naomi said to her daughter-in-law. “He has not stopped showing his kindness to the living and the dead.” She added, “That man is our close relative; he is one of our guardian-redeemers.”
Ruta 2:22ʻĪ mai ʻo Naomi iā Ruta, i kāna hūnōna wahine, E kuʻu kaikamahine, he mea maikaʻi ke hele pū ʻoe me kona mau kaikamāhine, i loaʻa ʻole ʻoe iā lākou ma ka mahina ʻai ʻē aʻe.Naomi said to Ruth her daughter-in-law, “It will be good for you, my daughter, to go with the women who work for him, because in someone else’s field you might be harmed.”
Ruta 2:23No laila, pili paʻa loa ʻo ia me nā kaikamāhine o Boaza, a pau wale ka hōʻiliʻili ʻana i ka hua bale a me ka hōʻiliʻili ʻana i ka huapalaoa; a noho pū nō me kona makuahōnōwai wahine.So Ruth stayed close to the women of Boaz to glean until the barley and wheat harvests were finished. And she lived with her mother-in-law.
Ruta 3:1A laila, ʻōlelo mai ʻo Naomi kona makuahōnōwai wahine, E kuʻu kaikamahine, ʻaʻole anei au e ʻimi i wahi e hoʻomaha ai nou, i mea e pōmaikaʻi ai ʻoe?One day Ruth’s mother-in-law Naomi said to her, “My daughter, I must find a home for you, where you will be well provided for.
Ruta 3:6Iho akula ʻo ia i lalo i ke kahua, a hana ihola e like me nā mea a pau a kona makuahōnōwai wahine i kauoha mai ai iā ia.So she went down to the threshing floor and did everything her mother-in-law told her to do.
Ruta 3:8A hiki i ke aumoe, makaʻu ihola ua kanaka lā, no ka mea, i kona ʻoni ʻana, aia hoʻi he wahine, e moe ana ma kona mau kapuaʻi.In the middle of the night something startled the man; he turned — and there was a woman lying at his feet!
Ruta 3:9ʻĪ maila ia, ʻO wai ʻoe? ʻĪ maila kēlā, ʻo Ruta wau, ʻo kāu kauā wahine, no laila ʻea, e hāliʻi mai i kou kapa ma luna o kāu kauā wahine, no ka mea, ʻo ʻoe nō kekahi mea i pili koko.“Who are you?” he asked. “I am your servant Ruth,” she said. “Spread the corner of your garment over me, since you are a guardian-redeemer of our family.”
Ruta 3:14Moe ihola ʻo ia ma kona mau kapuaʻi a kakahiaka. A ala maila ia ma mua o ka wā e hiki ai kekahi ke hoʻomaopopo i kona hoa. ʻĪ aʻela ia, Mai haʻi aku i ka hele ʻana mai o ka wahine i ke kahua hahi.So she lay at his feet until morning, but got up before anyone could be recognized; and he said, “No one must know that a woman came to the threshing floor.”
Ruta 3:16A hiki akula ia i kona makuahōnōwai wahine, nīnau maila kēlā, ʻO wai ʻoe, e kuʻu kaikamahine? A haʻi akula kēia i nā mea a pau a ua kanaka lā i hana mai ai nāna.When Ruth came to her mother-in-law, Naomi asked, “How did it go, my daughter?” Then she told her everything Boaz had done for her
Ruta 3:17ʻĪ akula, ʻO kēia mau ana hua bale ʻeono kāna i hāʻawi mai ai iaʻu; no ka mea, ʻōlelo maila ia, Mai hoʻi nele aku ʻoe i kou makuahōnōwai wahine.and added, “He gave me these six measures of barley, saying, ‘Don’t go back to your mother-in-law empty-handed.’”
Ruta 4:5ʻĪ akula ʻo Boaza, I ka lā āu e kūʻai ai i ka ʻāina ma ka lima o Naomi, ma o Ruta lā nō kekahi e kūʻai aku ai, ma ka wahine no Moaba, ka wahine a ka mea i make, i mea e mau ai ka inoa o ka mea i make ma kona hoʻoilina.Then Boaz said, “On the day you buy the land from Naomi, you also acquire Ruth the Moabite, the dead man’s widow, in order to maintain the name of the dead with his property.”
Ruta 4:10A ʻo Ruta nō hoʻi, no Moaba ka wahine a Mahelona, kaʻu i kūʻai nei, i wahine naʻu, i mea e paʻa ai ka inoa o ka mea i make ma kona hoʻīlina, i mea hoʻi e hōʻoki ʻole ʻia ai ka inoa o ka mea i make, mai kona hoahānau aku, a mai kona wahi aku. He poʻe ʻike ʻoukou i kēia lā.I have also acquired Ruth the Moabite, Mahlon’s widow, as my wife, in order to maintain the name of the dead with his property, so that his name will not disappear from among his family or from his hometown. Today you are witnesses!”
Ruta 4:11ʻĪ maila nā kānaka a pau, ma ka puka pā, a me nā lunakahiko, He poʻe ʻike mākou. Na Iēhova nō e hoʻolilo mai i ka wahine i hele mai i loko o kou hale e like me Rāhela a me Lea, na lāua ʻelua i kūkulu i ka hale o ka ʻIseraʻela, a e waiwai hoʻi ʻoe ma ʻEperata, a e kaulana nō kou inoa ma Betelehema.Then the elders and all the people at the gate said, “We are witnesses. May the Lord make the woman who is coming into your home like Rachel and Leah, who together built up the family of Israel. May you have standing in Ephrathah and be famous in Bethlehem.
Ruta 4:13Lawe aʻela ʻo Boaza iā Ruta, a lilo mai ia i wahine nāna. A i kona komo ʻana i ona lā, na Iēhova i hāʻawi mai i ka hāpai ʻana, a hānau maila ia, he keiki kāne.So Boaz took Ruth and she became his wife. When he made love to her, the Lord enabled her to conceive, and she gave birth to a son.
Ruta 4:15Nāna nō e hoʻōla hou aku iā ʻoe, i kona mālama ʻana iā ʻoe, i kou wā e poʻo hina ai; no ka mea, ʻo kāu hūnōna wahine, i hānau mai iā ia, nāna ʻoe i aloha aku, a ua ʻoi aku kona maikaʻi nou, ma mua o nā keiki kāne ʻehiku.He will renew your life and sustain you in your old age. For your daughter-in-law, who loves you and who is better to you than seven sons, has given him birth.”
Ruta 4:17Kapa akula kona poʻe hoalauna wahine i kona inoa, ʻī aʻela, Ua hānau ʻia ke keiki kāne na Naomi; a kapa aku lākou i kona inoa, ʻo ʻObeda; ʻo ia ka makua kāne o Iese, ʻo ka makua kāne o Dāvida.The women living there said, “Naomi has a son!” And they named him Obed. He was the father of Jesse, the father of David.
1-Sam 1:4A hiki mai ka lā a ʻElekana i kaumaha aku ai, hāʻawi akula ia i nā haʻawina na Penina, na kāna wahine, a na kāna mau keiki kāne a pau, a na kāna mau kaikamāhine.Whenever the day came for Elkanah to sacrifice, he would give portions of the meat to his wife Peninnah and to all her sons and daughters.
1-Sam 1:11Hoʻohiki ihola ia i ka hoʻohiki ʻana, ʻī akula, E Iēhova o nā lehulehu, a i ʻike pono mai ʻoe i ka ʻehaʻeha o kāu kauā wahine, a i hoʻomanaʻo mai iaʻu, ʻaʻole i hoʻopoina i kāu kauā wahine, a i hāʻawi mai hoʻi i keiki kāne no kāu kauā wahine; a laila e hoʻolilo au iā ia no Iēhova i nā lā a pau o kona ola ʻana; ʻaʻole e hoʻopili ʻia mai ka pahi āmū ma kona poʻo.And she made a vow, saying, “Lord Almighty, if you will only look on your servant’s misery and remember me, and not forget your servant but give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord for all the days of his life, and no razor will ever be used on his head.”
1-Sam 1:15ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Hana, ʻī akula, ʻAʻole, e kuʻu haku; he wahine ʻehaʻeha wau ma ka naʻau; ʻaʻole au i inu i ka waina, ʻaʻole i ka mea ʻona, akā, ua ninini aku au i kuʻu ʻuhane i mua o Iēhova.“Not so, my lord,” Hannah replied, “I am a woman who is deeply troubled. I have not been drinking wine or beer; I was pouring out my soul to the Lord.
1-Sam 1:16Mai manaʻo mai ʻoe i kāu kauā wahine, he kaikamahine na ka hewa; no ka mea, no ka nui o kuʻu ʻehaʻeha ʻana, a me ke kaumaha, ua ʻōlelo iho nei au a kēia wā.Do not take your servant for a wicked woman; I have been praying here out of my great anguish and grief.”
1-Sam 1:18ʻĪ maila ia, I loaʻa i kāu kauā wahine ke aloha i mua o kou maka. A hele akula ua wahine lā ma kona wahi i hele ai, a ʻai ihola, ʻaʻole minamina hou kona maka.She said, “May your servant find favor in your eyes.” Then she went her way and ate something, and her face was no longer downcast.
1-Sam 1:19Ala aʻela lākou i kakahiaka nui, a hoʻomana akula i mua o Iēhova, a hoʻi akula a hiki i ko lākou hale ma Rama: a ʻike ihola ʻo ʻElekana iā Hana i kāna wahine; a hoʻomanaʻo maila ʻo Iēhova iā ia.Early the next morning they arose and worshiped before the Lord and then went back to their home at Ramah. Elkanah made love to his wife Hannah, and the Lord remembered her.
1-Sam 1:23ʻĪ maila ʻo ʻElekana kāna kāne iā ia, E hana ʻoe i ka pono i kou manaʻo: e noho, a hiki mai ka manawa e ukuhi aku ai ʻoe iā ia; e hoʻokō mai ʻo Iēhova i kāna ʻōlelo. Noho ihola ka wahine e hānai i ke keiki, a hiki i ka wā e ukuhi aku ai iā ia.“Do what seems best to you,” her husband Elkanah told her. “Stay here until you have weaned him; only may the Lord make good his word.” So the woman stayed at home and nursed her son until she had weaned him.
1-Sam 1:26ʻŌlelo akula ia, E kuʻu haku, ma kou ola ʻana, e kuʻu haku, ʻo wau nō ka wahine i kū pū me ʻoe ma ʻaneʻi e pule ana iā Iēhova.and she said to him, “Pardon me, my lord. As surely as you live, I am the woman who stood here beside you praying to the Lord.
1-Sam 2:20Hoʻomaikaʻi akula ʻo ʻEli iā ʻElekana a me kāna wahine, ʻī akula, Na Iēhova i hāʻawi mai iā ʻoe i keiki na kēia wahine no ka mea noi āna i noi ai iā Iēhova. A hoʻi akula lāua i ko lāua wahi.Eli would bless Elkanah and his wife, saying, “May the Lord give you children by this woman to take the place of the one she prayed for and gave to the Lord.” Then they would go home.
1-Sam 4:19A ʻo kona hūnōna wahine, ka wahine a Pinehasa, ua hāpai, kokoke nō i puni: a lohe aʻela ʻo ia ia mea, i ka lilo ʻana o ka pahu o ke Akua, i ka make ʻana o kona makuahōnōai kāne a me kāna kāne hoʻi, kūlou ihola ia, no ka hānau ʻana; no ka mea, ua hiki mai kona nahunahu iā ia.His daughter-in-law, the wife of Phinehas, was pregnant and near the time of delivery. When she heard the news that the ark of God had been captured and that her father-in-law and her husband were dead, she went into labor and gave birth, but was overcome by her labor pains.
1-Sam 6:7No ia mea, e hana ʻoukou i kaʻa hou, a lawe i nā bipi wahine waiū ʻelua, ʻaʻole i kau ka ʻauamo ma luna o lāua, a e nākiʻi i nā bipi ma ke kaʻa, a e lawe i kā lāua mau keiki mai o lāua aku lā:"Now then, get a new cart ready, with two cows that have calved and have never been yoked. Hitch the cows to the cart, but take their calves away and pen them up.
1-Sam 6:10A hana akula nā kānaka pēlā; a lawe akula i nā bipi wahine waiū ʻelua, a nākiʻi iā lāua ma ke kaʻa, a hoʻopaʻa lākou i kā lāua mau keiki ma loko o ka hale.So they did this. They took two such cows and hitched them to the cart and penned up their calves.
1-Sam 8:16A e lawe nō hoʻi ia i nā kauā kāne a ʻoukou, a me nā kauā wahine a ʻoukou, a me ko ʻoukou poʻe kānaka uʻi maikaʻi, a me nā hoki a ʻoukou, a e hoʻonoho iā lākou no kāna hana.Your menservants and maidservants and the best of your cattle and donkeys he will take for his own use.
1-Sam 14:50A ʻo ʻAhinoama ka inoa o ka wahine a Saula, ke kaikamahine a ʻAhimaʻaza; a ʻo ka inoa o kona ʻalihikaua, ʻo Abenera, ke keiki a Nera, kahi makua o Saula.His wife's name was Ahinoam daughter of Ahimaaz. The name of the commander of Saul's army was Abner son of Ner, and Ner was Saul's uncle.
1-Sam 15:3ʻĀnō hoʻi e hele ʻoe, a e luku aku i ka ʻAmeleka, a e luku aku i ko lākou mea a pau loa, mai minamina iā lākou; akā, e luku aku i ke kāne a me ka wahine, i ke keiki a me ka mea omo waiū, i ka bipi a me ka hipa, i ke kāmelo a me ka hoki.Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy everything that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.' "
1-Sam 16:2ʻĪ akula ʻo Samuʻela, Pehea lā wau e hele ai? Inā lohe ʻo Saula, e pepehi mai ia iaʻu. ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iēhova, E lawe pū me ʻoe i bipi wahine, a e ʻī aku, Ua hele mai nei au e kaumaha aku iā Iēhova.But Samuel said, "How can I go? Saul will hear about it and kill me." The LORD said, "Take a heifer with you and say, 'I have come to sacrifice to the LORD.'
1-Sam 18:17ʻŌlelo akula ʻo Saula iā Dāvida, Aia hoʻi, ʻo kaʻu kaikamahine mua, ʻo Meraba, ʻo ia kaʻu e hāʻawi aku i wahine nāu, ke ikaika ʻoe noʻu, a ke kaua aku i nā kaua o Iēhova: ʻī ihola ʻo Saula, ʻAʻole ma luna ona koʻu lima iho, akā, ma luna ona ka lima o ko Pilisetia.Saul said to David, "Here is my older daughter Merab. I will give her to you in marriage; only serve me bravely and fight the battles of the LORD." For Saul said to himself, "I will not raise a hand against him. Let the Philistines do that!"
1-Sam 18:19A i ka manawa e pono ai ke hāʻawi ʻia aku ʻai ʻo Meraba, ke kaikamahine a Saula, na Dāvida, ua hāʻawi ʻia ʻo ia na ʻAderiʻela, no Mehola, i wahine nāna.So when the time came for Merab, Saul's daughter, to be given to David, she was given in marriage to Adriel of Meholah.
1-Sam 18:27Kū aʻela ʻo Dāvida, a hele akula, ʻo ia me kona poʻe kānaka, a pepehi akula i ʻelua haneri kānaka o nā Pilisetia; a lawe mai ʻo Dāvida i ko lākou ʻōmaka, a hāʻawi lākou ia mau mea a pau i ke aliʻi, i mea e lilo ai ʻo ia i hūnōna kāne na ke aliʻi: a hāʻawi akula ʻo Saula iā Mikala, i kāna kaikamahine, i wahine nāna.David and his men went out and killed two hundred Philistines. He brought their foreskins and presented the full number to the king so that he might become the king's son-in-law. Then Saul gave him his daughter Michal in marriage.
1-Sam 19:11A hoʻouna akula ʻo Saula i nā ʻelele ma ka hale o Dāvida e kiaʻi iā ia, a e pepehi iā ia i kakahiaka; a haʻi akula ʻo Mikala ka wahine a Dāvida iā ia, ʻī akula, Inā ʻaʻole ʻoe e hoʻopakele i kou ola i kēia pō, ʻapōpō e pepehi ʻia ʻoe.Saul sent men to David's house to watch it and to kill him in the morning. But Michal, David's wife, warned him, "If you don't run for your life tonight, tomorrow you'll be killed."
1-Sam 19:14A hoʻouna aku ʻo Saula i nā ʻelele e lālau iā Dāvida, ʻī maila ka wahine, He maʻi kona.When Saul sent the men to capture David, Michal said, "He is ill."
1-Sam 25:3ʻO Nabala ka inoa o ua kanaka lā, a ʻo ʻAbigaila ka inoa o kāna wahine: a he wahine akamai i ka noʻonoʻo, a he maikaʻi kona helehelena: akā, ʻo ke kanaka, he huhū ia, a he hewa kāna hana ʻana: no ko Kaleba ʻohana ia.His name was Nabal and his wife's name was Abigail. She was an intelligent and beautiful woman, but her husband, a Calebite, was surly and mean in his dealings.
1-Sam 25:14A haʻi aku kekahi o ka poʻe kānaka uʻi iā ʻAbigaila, ka wahine a Nabala, ʻī akula, Aia hoʻi, ua hoʻouna mai ʻo Dāvida i nā ʻelele mai ka wao nahele mai e aloha mai i ko mākou haku, a lele ʻino aku ʻo ia iā lākou.One of the servants told Nabal's wife Abigail: "David sent messengers from the desert to give our master his greetings, but he hurled insults at them.
1-Sam 25:24A hāʻule ihola ma kona wāwae, ʻī akula, Ma luna oʻu, e kuʻu haku, ma luna oʻu ka hewa: a ke noi aku nei au, e ʻae mai ʻoe i kāu kauā wahine, e ʻōlelo aku ma loko o kou pepeiao, a e hoʻolohe mai i ka ʻōlelo a kāu kauā wahine.She fell at his feet and said: "My lord, let the blame be on me alone. Please let your servant speak to you; hear what your servant has to say.
1-Sam 25:25Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, mai manaʻo nui kuʻu haku i kēia kanaka hewa, iā Nabala: no ka mea, e like me ke ʻano o kona inoa, pēlā hoʻi ia, ʻo Nabala kona inoa, a me ia nō ka lapuwale: akā, ʻaʻole i ʻike kāu kauā wahine i ka poʻe kānaka uʻi āu i hoʻouna mai ai.May my lord pay no attention to that wicked man Nabal. He is just like his name--his name is Fool, and folly goes with him. But as for me, your servant, I did not see the men my master sent.
1-Sam 25:27ʻĀnō hoʻi, ʻo kēia manawaleʻa a kāu kauā wahine i lawe mai nei na kuʻu haku, e hāʻawi ʻia aku ia na ka poʻe kānaka uʻi e hele ana ma ka wāwae o kuʻu haku.And let this gift, which your servant has brought to my master, be given to the men who follow you.
1-Sam 25:28Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e kala aʻe ʻoe i ka hala o kāu kauā wahine: no ka mea, e hana ʻiʻo mai nō ʻo Iēhova i hale mau no kuʻu haku; no ke kaua ʻana a kuʻu haku i nā kaua o Iēhova, ʻaʻole i loaʻa ka hewa i loko ou i kou mau lā.Please forgive your servant's offense, for the LORD will certainly make a lasting dynasty for my master, because he fights the LORD's battles. Let no wrongdoing be found in you as long as you live.
1-Sam 25:31A laila ʻaʻole e lilo kēia i mea kaumaha nou, a me ka hihia no ka naʻau o kuʻu haku, ʻo kou hoʻokahe ʻole ʻana i ke koko hala ʻole, a ʻo ka hoʻopaʻi ʻole ʻana o kuʻu haku nona: a i hana pono mai ʻo Iēhova i kuʻu haku, a laila e hoʻomanaʻo ʻoe i kāu kauā wahine.my master will not have on his conscience the staggering burden of needless bloodshed or of having avenged himself. And when the LORD has brought my master success, remember your servant."
1-Sam 25:37A ao aʻela, i ka wā i hala aku ka waina ma waho o Nabala, a haʻi akula kāna wahine iā ia i kēia mau mea, make ihola kona naʻau i loko ona, a like ia me ka pōhaku.Then in the morning, when Nabal was sober, his wife told him all these things, and his heart failed him and he became like a stone.
1-Sam 25:39A lohe aʻela ʻo Dāvida, ua make ʻo Nabala, ʻī ihola ia, E hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia ʻo Iēhova, nāna i hoʻopaʻi aku ma luna o Nabala i kuʻu hōʻino ʻia mai, a nāna i keʻakeʻa mai i kāna kauā i ʻole e hana ʻino; a ua hoʻihoʻi aku ʻo Iēhova i ka hewa o Nabala ma luna o kona poʻo. A hoʻouna akula ʻo Dāvida, a kamaʻilio me ʻAbigaila e lawe iā ia i wahine nāna.When David heard that Nabal was dead, he said, "Praise be to the LORD, who has upheld my cause against Nabal for treating me with contempt. He has kept his servant from doing wrong and has brought Nabal's wrongdoing down on his own head." Then David sent word to Abigail, asking her to become his wife.
1-Sam 25:40A hiki akula nā kauā a Dāvida i o ʻAbigaila lā ma Karemela, ʻōlelo akula lākou iā ia, ʻī akula, Ua hoʻouna mai ʻo Dāvida iā mākou i ou lā e lawe iā ʻoe i wahine nāna.His servants went to Carmel and said to Abigail, "David has sent us to you to take you to become his wife."
1-Sam 25:41Kū aʻela ia, a kūlou ihola me kona maka ma ka honua, ʻī akula, Aia hoʻi, e hoʻolilo ʻia kāu kauā wahine i kauā e holoi ai i nā wāwae o nā kauā a kuʻu haku.She bowed down with her face to the ground and said, "Here is your maidservant, ready to serve you and wash the feet of my master's servants."
1-Sam 25:42A kū koke aʻela ʻo ʻAbigaila, a hoʻoholo ma luna o ka hoki me kona mau wāhine ʻelima i hele ma hope ona; a hahai akula ia ma hope o nā ʻelele a Dāvida, a lilo ia i wahine nāna.Abigail quickly got on a donkey and, attended by her five maids, went with David's messengers and became his wife.
1-Sam 25:44Ua hāʻawi aku ʻo Saula iā Mikala kāna kaikamahine, ka wahine a Dāvida, i wahine na Paleti ke keiki a Laisa no Galima.But Saul had given his daughter Michal, David's wife, to Paltiel son of Laish, who was from Gallim.
1-Sam 27:3A noho ihola ʻo Dāvida me ʻAkisa ma Gata, ʻo ia a me kona poʻe kānaka, ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka me kona ʻōhua, ʻo Dāvida me kāna mau wāhine, ʻo ʻAhinoama no Iezereʻela, a ʻo Abigaila no Karemela, ka wahine a Nabala.David and his men settled in Gath with Achish. Each man had his family with him, and David had his two wives: Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail of Carmel, the widow of Nabal.
1-Sam 27:9A luku akula ʻo Dāvida i ka ʻāina, ʻaʻole i koe kekahi kanaka, ʻaʻole hoʻi kekahi wahine e ola ana, a lawe aʻela ia i nā hipa, a me nā bipi, a me nā hoki, a me nā kāmelo, me ka lole, a hoʻi akula a hiki i o ʻAkisa lā.Whenever David attacked an area, he did not leave a man or woman alive, but took sheep and cattle, donkeys and camels, and clothes. Then he returned to Achish.
1-Sam 27:11ʻAʻole i hoʻopakele ʻo Dāvida i kekahi kanaka, ʻaʻole hoʻi i kekahi wahine e ola ana e hele ma Gata e ʻōlelo, o haʻi aku lākou no mākou, i ka ʻī ʻana aʻe, Pēlā ʻo Dāvida i hana ai, a pēlā hoʻi kāna e hana aku ai i nā manawa a pau o kona noho ʻana ma ka ʻāina o nā Pilisetia.He did not leave a man or woman alive to be brought to Gath, for he thought, "They might inform on us and say, 'This is what David did.' " And such was his practice as long as he lived in Philistine territory.
1-Sam 28:7A laila ʻōlelo akula ʻo Saula i kāna poʻe kauā, E ʻimi ʻoukou noʻu i wahine nīnau ʻuhane, i hele aku ai au e nīnau iā ia. ʻĪ maila kāna mau kauā iā ia, Aia nō ka wahine nīnau i nā ʻuhane ma ʻEnedora.Saul then said to his attendants, "Find me a woman who is a medium, so I may go and inquire of her." "There is one in Endor," they said.
1-Sam 28:8Hōʻano ʻē ʻo Saula iā ia iho, a hoʻokomo i ka lole ʻē, a hele aku me nā kānaka ʻelua me ia, a hiki lākou i ka wahine i ka pō: ʻī akula ia, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hoʻākāka mai ʻoe iaʻu ma ka nīnau ʻuhane, a e hoʻāla mai noʻu i ka mea aʻu e hoʻohiki aku ai iā ʻoe.So Saul disguised himself, putting on other clothes, and at night he and two men went to the woman. "Consult a spirit for me," he said, "and bring up for me the one I name."
1-Sam 28:9ʻĪ maila ka wahine iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ua ʻike nō ʻoe i ka mea a Saula i hana ai i kona luku ʻana i nā mea nīnau ʻuhane, a me nā kupua mai ka ʻāina aku; no ke aha lā ʻoe i punihei mai ai i kuʻu ola, i lilo ai au i ka make?But the woman said to him, "Surely you know what Saul has done. He has cut off the mediums and spiritists from the land. Why have you set a trap for my life to bring about my death?"
1-Sam 28:11A laila ʻī akula ka wahine, ʻO wai lā kaʻu e hoʻāla mai ai nou? ʻĪ maila ia, ʻO Samuʻela kāu e hoʻāla mai ai noʻu.Then the woman asked, "Whom shall I bring up for you?" "Bring up Samuel," he said.
1-Sam 28:12A ʻike akula ka wahine iā Samuʻela, hoʻōho akula ia me ka leo nui: ʻōlelo akula ka wahine iā Saula, ʻī akula, No ke aha lā ʻoe i hoʻopunipuni mai ai iaʻu? No ka mea, ʻo Saula kā ʻoe.When the woman saw Samuel, she cried out at the top of her voice and said to Saul, "Why have you deceived me? You are Saul!"
1-Sam 28:13ʻĪ akula ke aliʻi iā ia, Mai makaʻu ʻoe: he aha lā kāu i ʻike ai? ʻĪ maila ka wahine iā Saula, He mea me he akua lā kaʻu i ʻike ai e piʻi mai ana mai ka honua mai.The king said to her, "Don't be afraid. What do you see?" The woman said, "I see a spirit coming up out of the ground."
1-Sam 28:21A hele maila ka wahine iā Saula, a ʻike akula, ua pilikia loa ia, ʻī akula ʻo ia iā ia, Aia hoʻi, ua hoʻolohe kāu kauā wahine i kou leo, a ua waiho au i kuʻu ola i loko o kuʻu lima, a ua hoʻolohe aku au i kāu mau ʻōlelo āu i ʻōlelo mai ai iaʻu:When the woman came to Saul and saw that he was greatly shaken, she said, "Look, your maidservant has obeyed you. I took my life in my hands and did what you told me to do.
1-Sam 28:22ʻĀnō hoʻi, ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hoʻolohe mai ʻoe i ka leo o kāu kauā wahine, a e waiho aku au i wahi berena i mua ou; a e ʻai iho ʻoe, i ikaika ai ʻoe i kou hele ʻana ma kou alanui.Now please listen to your servant and let me give you some food so you may eat and have the strength to go on your way."
1-Sam 28:23Hōʻole maila ia, ʻī maila, ʻAʻole au e ʻai. Koi akula kāna mau kauā me ka wahine iā ia: a hoʻolohe mai ia i ko lākou leo. Ala maila ia mai ka honua mai, a noho ihola ma luna o kahi moe.He refused and said, "I will not eat." But his men joined the woman in urging him, and he listened to them. He got up from the ground and sat on the couch.
1-Sam 28:24Aia nō i ka wahine kekahi bipi keiki momona ma kona hale; pepehi koke ihola iā ia, a lawe aʻela ia i ka palaoa, a kāwili ihola, a pūlehu akula i ka berena hū ʻole:The woman had a fattened calf at the house, which she butchered at once. She took some flour, kneaded it and baked bread without yeast.
1-Sam 30:5A ua lawe pio ʻia akula nā wāhine ʻelua a Dāvida, ʻo ʻAhinoama no Iezereʻela, a me ʻAbigaila ka wahine a Nabala no Karemela.David's two wives had been captured--Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail, the widow of Nabal of Carmel.
1-Sam 30:22A laila ʻōlelo mai nā kānaka hewa a pau, a me ka poʻe Beliala, ʻo nā kānaka i hele pū me Dāvida, ʻī maila, No ko lākou hele pū ʻole me kākou, ʻaʻole kākou e hāʻawi aku iā lākou i kekahi o ka waiwai pio a kākou i loaʻa hou mai, akā, e lawe kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kāna wahine, a me kāna mau keiki, a alakaʻi aku, a hele.But all the evil men and troublemakers among David's followers said, "Because they did not go out with us, we will not share with them the plunder we recovered. However, each man may take his wife and children and go."
2-Sam 2:2Hele akula ʻo Dāvida i laila, a me kāna mau wāhine ʻelua, ʻo ʻAhinoama no Iezereʻela, a me ʻAbigaila, ka wahine a Nabala no Karemela.So David went up there with his two wives, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail, the widow of Nabal of Carmel.
2-Sam 3:3A ʻo kāna lua, ʻo Kileaba na ʻAbigaila ka wahine a Nabala no Karemela: a ʻo ke kolu, ʻo ʻAbesaloma ke keiki kāne a Maʻaka a ke kaikamahine a Talemai ke aliʻi o Gesura;his second, Kileab the son of Abigail the widow of Nabal of Carmel; the third, Absalom the son of Maacah daughter of Talmai king of Geshur;
2-Sam 3:5A ʻo ke ono, ʻo ʻItereama na ʻEgela ka wahine a Dāvida. Ua hānau kēia poʻe na Dāvida ma Heberona.and the sixth, Ithream the son of David's wife Eglah. These were born to David in Hebron.
2-Sam 3:7Aia kekahi haiā wahine a Saula, ʻo Rizepa kona inoa, kekahi kaikamahine a ʻAia. ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻIseboseta iā ʻAbenera, No ke aha lā ʻoe i komo aku ai i loko i ka haiā wahine a kuʻu makua kāne?Now Saul had had a concubine named Rizpah daughter of Aiah. And Ish-Bosheth said to Abner, "Why did you sleep with my father's concubine?"
2-Sam 3:8A laila, huhū loa ʻo ʻAbenera i nā hua ʻōlelo a ʻIseboseta, ʻī akula, He poʻo ʻīlio nō anei au nāna i lokomaikaʻi aku i ka ʻohana a Saula a kou makua kāne, i kona poʻe hoahānau, a me kona poʻe makamaka, ma ke kūʻēʻē ʻana i ka Iuda i kēia manawa, ʻaʻole hoʻi au i hāʻawi aku iā ʻoe ma loko o ka lima o Dāvida, i hoʻāhewa mai ai ʻoe iaʻu i nēia lā no ua wahine nei?Abner was very angry because of what Ish-Bosheth said and he answered, "Am I a dog's head--on Judah's side? This very day I am loyal to the house of your father Saul and to his family and friends. I haven't handed you over to David. Yet now you accuse me of an offense involving this woman!
2-Sam 3:14Hoʻouna akula ʻo Dāvida i nā ʻelele i o ʻIseboseta lā ke keiki a Saula, ʻī akula, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kaʻu wahine iā Mikala, aʻu i kūʻai ai naʻu i nā ʻōmaka o nā Pilisetia he haneri.Then David sent messengers to Ish-Bosheth son of Saul, demanding, "Give me my wife Michal, whom I betrothed to myself for the price of a hundred Philistine foreskins."
2-Sam 5:13Lawe hou aʻela ʻo Dāvida i nā haiā wahine a me nā wāhine hoʻi nāna no Ierusalema, ma hope iho o kona hele ʻana mai mai Heberona mai: a hānau maila nā keiki kāne hou a me nā kaikamāhine hou na Dāvida.After he left Hebron, David took more concubines and wives in Jerusalem, and more sons and daughters were born to him.
2-Sam 6:20Hoʻi hou akula ʻo Dāvida e hoʻoaloha i ko ka hale ona. Hele maila ʻo Mikala ke kaikamahine a Saula e hālāwai me Dāvida, ʻī maila, Kai ka nani o ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela i kēia lā, nāna i wehe aʻe i kona kapa i kēia lā i mua o nā maka o nā kauā wahine a kona poʻe kānaka, e like me ka wehe hilahila ʻole ʻana o kekahi kanaka lapuwale.When David returned home to bless his household, Michal daughter of Saul came out to meet him and said, "How the king of Israel has distinguished himself today, disrobing in the sight of the slave girls of his servants as any vulgar fellow would!"
2-Sam 6:22A ma kēia hope, e lilo ana au i mea i hoʻowahāwahā ʻia, a i mea ʻino hoʻi i mua o koʻu maka iho: a ʻo ka poʻe kauā wahine aʻu i ʻōlelo mai ai, e hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia mai hoʻi au e lākou.I will become even more undignified than this, and I will be humiliated in my own eyes. But by these slave girls you spoke of, I will be held in honor."
2-Sam 11:2A i ka manawa ahiahi ala aʻela ʻo Dāvida mai kona wahi moe, a holoholo aʻela ma luna o ka hale o ke aliʻi: nānā akula ia mai luna aʻe o ka hale i kekahi wahine e ʻauʻau ana: a he maikaʻi loa ua wahine lā ke nānā ʻia aku.One evening David got up from his bed and walked around on the roof of the palace. From the roof he saw a woman bathing. The woman was very beautiful,
2-Sam 11:3Hoʻouna akula ʻo Dāvida e nīnau aku no ka wahine. ʻĪ maila kekahi, ʻAʻole anei kēia ʻo Bateseba ke kaikamahine a ʻEliama, ka wahine hoʻi a ʻUria ka Heta?and David sent someone to find out about her. The man said, "Isn't this Bathsheba, the daughter of Eliam and the wife of Uriah the Hittite?"
2-Sam 11:5A hāpai aʻela ua wahine lā, hoʻouna akula a haʻi iā Dāvida, i ka ʻī ʻana, Ua hāpai au.The woman conceived and sent word to David, saying, "I am pregnant."
2-Sam 11:11ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻUria iā Dāvida, Ke noho nei ka pahu berita, a ʻo ka ʻIseraʻela a ʻo ka Iuda i loko o nā halelewa; ke hoʻomoana lā hoʻi kuʻu haku ʻo Ioaba me nā kauā a kuʻu haku ma waho ma ke kula; e komo anei hoʻi au i loko o koʻu hale e ʻai, a e inu, a e moe me kaʻu wahine? Ma kou ola ʻana, me ke ola ʻana hoʻi o kou ʻuhane, ʻaʻole au e hana ia mea.Uriah said to David, "The ark and Israel and Judah are staying in tents, and my master Joab and my lord's men are camped in the open fields. How could I go to my house to eat and drink and lie with my wife? As surely as you live, I will not do such a thing!"
2-Sam 11:21Na wai i pepehi iā ʻAbimeleka ke keiki a Ierubeseta? ʻAʻole anei he wahine i hoʻolei iho i ka ʻāpana pōhaku wili palaoa ma luna ona, i make ai ʻo ia ma Tebeza? No ke aha lā ʻoukou i hele aku ai a kokoke i ka pā? A laila e ʻī aku ʻoe, Ua make nō hoʻi kāu kauā ʻo ʻUria ʻo ka Heta.Who killed Abimelech son of Jerub-Besheth ? Didn't a woman throw an upper millstone on him from the wall, so that he died in Thebez? Why did you get so close to the wall?' If he asks you this, then say to him, 'Also, your servant Uriah the Hittite is dead.' "
2-Sam 11:26A lohe aʻela ka wahine a ʻUria, ua make ʻo ʻUria kāna kāne, kanikau ihola ia i kāna kāne.When Uriah's wife heard that her husband was dead, she mourned for him.
2-Sam 11:27A pau aʻela ke kanikau ʻana, kiʻi akula ʻo Dāvida, a lawe maila iā ia i kona hale, a lilo aʻela ia i wahine nāna: a hānau maila ia i keiki kāne nāna: akā, he ʻino ka mea a Dāvida i hana ai i mua o Iēhova.After the time of mourning was over, David had her brought to his house, and she became his wife and bore him a son. But the thing David had done displeased the LORD.
2-Sam 12:3Akā, na ke kanaka ʻilihune, hoʻokahi wale nō keiki hipa wahine ʻuʻuku āna i kūʻai ai a hānai iho ai: noho pū ihola ia me ia a me nā keiki āna; ʻai ihola ia i kāna ʻai, a inu hoʻi ma kona kīʻaha, a moe ihola ia ma kona poli, a me he kaikamahine lā ia nāna.but the poor man had nothing except one little ewe lamb he had bought. He raised it, and it grew up with him and his children. It shared his food, drank from his cup and even slept in his arms. It was like a daughter to him.
2-Sam 12:9He aha hoʻi kāu i hoʻowahāwahā ai i ke kānāwai o Iēhova, e hana i ka hewa i mua o kona maka? Ua pepehi aʻe ʻoe iā ʻUria ka Heta me ka pahi kaua, a ua lawe ʻoe i kāna wahine i wahine nāu; a ua pepehi i ke kāne me ka pahi kaua a ka poʻe mamo a ʻAmona.Why did you despise the word of the LORD by doing what is evil in his eyes? You struck down Uriah the Hittite with the sword and took his wife to be your own. You killed him with the sword of the Ammonites.
2-Sam 12:10No ia mea hoʻi, ʻaʻole loa e kaʻawale aku ka pahi kaua mai kou ʻohana aku; no ka mea, ua hoʻowahāwahā mai ʻoe iaʻu, a ua lawe ʻoe i ka wahine a ʻUria ka Heta i wahine nāu.Now, therefore, the sword will never depart from your house, because you despised me and took the wife of Uriah the Hittite to be your own.'
2-Sam 12:15Hoʻi akula ʻo Natana i kona hale. Hahau maila ʻo Iēhova i ke keiki a ka wahine a ʻUria i hānau mai ai na Dāvida, a maʻi nui ihola ia.After Nathan had gone home, the LORD struck the child that Uriah's wife had borne to David, and he became ill.
2-Sam 12:24Hōʻoluʻolu akula ʻo Dāvida iā Bateseba i kāna wahine; komo akula ia i loko i ona lā, a moe me ia: a hānau maila ia i keiki kāne, a kapa akula kēlā i kona inoa, ʻo Solomona; a aloha maila ʻo Iēhova iā ia.Then David comforted his wife Bathsheba, and he went to her and lay with her. She gave birth to a son, and they named him Solomon. The LORD loved him;
2-Sam 14:2Hoʻouna akula ʻo Ioaba i Tekoa, a lawe maila i kekahi wahine akamai mai laila mai, ʻī akula iā ia, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e hoʻolike ʻoe iā ʻoe iho me ka mea kanikau, a e ʻaʻahu ʻoe i ke kapa makena, ʻaʻole hoʻi e kāhinu i ka ʻaila: e like ʻoe me ka wahine i kanikau loa no ka mea i make.So Joab sent someone to Tekoa and had a wise woman brought from there. He said to her, "Pretend you are in mourning. Dress in mourning clothes, and don't use any cosmetic lotions. Act like a woman who has spent many days grieving for the dead.
2-Sam 14:4A i ka wā i ʻōlelo aku ai ka wahine o Tekoa i ke aliʻi, moe ihola ia i lalo kona alo, hoʻomaikaʻi akula i ke aliʻi, ʻī akula, E hoʻōla mai, e ke aliʻi.When the woman from Tekoa went to the king, she fell with her face to the ground to pay him honor, and she said, "Help me, O king!"
2-Sam 14:5ʻĪ maila ke aliʻi iā ia, He aha kāu? ʻĪ akula kēlā, He wahine kāne make au, ua make kuʻu kāne.The king asked her, "What is troubling you?" She said, "I am indeed a widow; my husband is dead.
2-Sam 14:6He mau keiki kāne ʻelua a kāu kauā wahine, hakakā aʻela lāua ma ke kula, ʻaʻohe mea hoʻi nāna e ʻuao, a hahau akula kekahi i kona hoa, a make ihola ia.I your servant had two sons. They got into a fight with each other in the field, and no one was there to separate them. One struck the other and killed him.
2-Sam 14:7Aia hoʻi, ua kūʻē mai ka ʻohana a pau i kāu kauā wahine; ʻī mai lākou, E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i ka mea nāna i hahau i kona hoahānau, i pepehi aku mākou iā ia, no ke ola o kona hoahānau āna i pepehi aku ai; a e hoʻopau nō hoʻi mākou i ka hoʻoilina: pēlā nō lākou e kinai ai i kuʻu lānahu ahi i koe, ʻaʻole nō hoʻi lākou e waiho no kaʻu kāne i inoa, ʻaʻole hoʻi koena ma luna o ka honua.Now the whole clan has risen up against your servant; they say, 'Hand over the one who struck his brother down, so that we may put him to death for the life of his brother whom he killed; then we will get rid of the heir as well.' They would put out the only burning coal I have left, leaving my husband neither name nor descendant on the face of the earth."
2-Sam 14:8ʻĪ maila ke aliʻi i ua wahine lā, Ō hoʻi ʻoe i kou hale, a e kauoha aku hoʻi au nou.The king said to the woman, "Go home, and I will issue an order in your behalf."
2-Sam 14:9ʻŌlelo akula ka wahine o Tekoa i ke aliʻi, E kuʻu haku, e ke aliʻi, ma luna iho oʻu ka hala, a ma luna hoʻi o ka ʻohana a koʻu makua: a e hala ʻole ke aliʻi a me kona noho aliʻi.But the woman from Tekoa said to him, "My lord the king, let the blame rest on me and on my father's family, and let the king and his throne be without guilt."
2-Sam 14:12A laila ʻī akula ua wahine lā, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe, e ʻae mai ʻoe i kāu kauā wahine, e haʻi aku ia i hoʻokahi hua ʻōlelo i kuʻu haku i ke aliʻi. ʻĪ maila kēlā, E haʻi mai.Then the woman said, "Let your servant speak a word to my lord the king." "Speak," he replied.
2-Sam 14:13ʻĪ akula ka wahine, No ke aha lā hoʻi ʻoe i manaʻo ia mea kūʻē i ko ke Akua poʻe kānaka? No ka mea, ua ʻōlelo mai ke aliʻi ia mea, me he mea hewa lā, i ka hoʻihoʻi ʻole mai o ke aliʻi i ʻaneʻi i ka mea āna i hoʻokuke aku ai.The woman said, "Why then have you devised a thing like this against the people of God? When the king says this, does he not convict himself, for the king has not brought back his banished son?
2-Sam 14:15No laila hoʻi, i kuʻu hiki ʻana mai e ʻōlelo aku i kuʻu haku i ke aliʻi ma ia mea, no ka hoʻomakaʻu ʻana mai a nā kānaka iaʻu: ʻī ihola kāu kauā wahine, E ʻōlelo aku nō wau i ke aliʻi; malia paha e hana mai ke aliʻi e like me ka noi ʻana aku a kāna kauā wahine."And now I have come to say this to my lord the king because the people have made me afraid. Your servant thought, 'I will speak to the king; perhaps he will do what his servant asks.
2-Sam 14:16No ka mea, e lohe mai nō ke aliʻi, i hoʻopakele ʻo ia i kāna kauā wahine i ka lima o ke kanaka nāna e hoʻolei aku iā māua pū me kuʻu keiki i waho o ka noho ʻana o ke Akua.Perhaps the king will agree to deliver his servant from the hand of the man who is trying to cut off both me and my son from the inheritance God gave us.'
2-Sam 14:17A laila, ʻī ihola kāu kauā wahine, e lilo nō ka ʻōlelo a kuʻu haku a ke aliʻi i mea hoʻomaha: no ka mea, ua like kuʻu haku ke aliʻi me ka ʻānela o ke Akua, i ka nānā i ka pono a me ka hewa: no laila, me ʻoe pū auaneʻi ʻo Iēhova ʻo kou Akua."And now your servant says, 'May the word of my lord the king bring me rest, for my lord the king is like an angel of God in discerning good and evil. May the LORD your God be with you.' "
2-Sam 14:18A laila, ʻōlelo maila ke aliʻi, ʻī maila i ua wahine lā, Mai hūnā ʻoe iaʻu, ʻeā, i ka mea aʻu e nīnau aku nei iā ʻoe. ʻĪ akula ka wahine, E ʻōlelo mai kuʻu haku ke aliʻi ʻānō.Then the king said to the woman, "Do not keep from me the answer to what I am going to ask you." "Let my lord the king speak," the woman said.
2-Sam 14:19ʻĪ maila ke aliʻi, ʻAʻole anei ka lima o Ioaba pū me ʻoe i nēia mea? ʻŌlelo akula ua wahine lā, ʻī akula, ʻOiaʻiʻo nō, e kuʻu haku, e ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole e hiki i kekahi ke kāpae aku ma ka ʻākau, ʻaʻole hoʻi ma ka hema o kekahi mea a kuʻu haku a ke aliʻi i ʻōlelo mai nei: ʻo kāu kauā ʻo Ioaba, ʻo ia kai kauoha mai iaʻu, a hahao maila ia mau hua ʻōlelo a pau ma loko o ka waha o kāu kauā wahine.The king asked, "Isn't the hand of Joab with you in all this?" The woman answered, "As surely as you live, my lord the king, no one can turn to the right or to the left from anything my lord the king says. Yes, it was your servant Joab who instructed me to do this and who put all these words into the mouth of your servant.
2-Sam 14:27Ua hānau na ʻAbesaloma ʻekolu keiki kāne, a hoʻokahi kaikamahine, ʻo Tamara kona inoa; he wahine maikaʻi hoʻi ma kona helehelena.Three sons and a daughter were born to Absalom. The daughter's name was Tamar, and she became a beautiful woman.
2-Sam 15:16Hele akula ke aliʻi i waho, a ʻo kona ʻohana a pau ma hope ona: waiho ihola ke aliʻi i nā wāhine he ʻumi, he mau haiā wahine e mālama i ka hale.The king set out, with his entire household following him; but he left ten concubines to take care of the palace.
2-Sam 16:21ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻAhitopela iā ʻAbesaloma, E komo aku ʻoe i loko i nā haiā wahine a kou makua kāne, āna i waiho ai e kiaʻi i ka hale; a e lohe ka ʻIseraʻela a pau e hoʻowahāwahā ʻia ʻoe e kou makua kāne, a laila e ikaika ai nā lima o ka poʻe a pau me ʻoe.Ahithophel answered, "Lie with your father's concubines whom he left to take care of the palace. Then all Israel will hear that you have made yourself a stench in your father's nostrils, and the hands of everyone with you will be strengthened."
2-Sam 16:22No laila, kūkulu lākou i hale lole no ʻAbesaloma ma luna o ka hale; a komo akula ʻo ʻAbesaloma ma loko i nā haiā wahine a kona makua kāne, i mua o ka ʻIseraʻela a pau.So they pitched a tent for Absalom on the roof, and he lay with his father's concubines in the sight of all Israel.
2-Sam 17:17A ua noho ʻo Ionatana lāua ʻo ʻAhimaʻaza ma ʻEnerogela, no ka mea, ʻaʻole pono e ʻike ʻia lāua ke komo i loko o ke kūlanakauhale, a hele akula kekahi kauā wahine, a haʻi akula iā lāua: hele akula hoʻi lāua, a haʻi akula i ke aliʻi iā Dāvida.Jonathan and Ahimaaz were staying at En Rogel. A servant girl was to go and inform them, and they were to go and tell King David, for they could not risk being seen entering the city.
2-Sam 17:19Lālau akula ka wahine i ka mea uhi, hohola ihola ma luna o ka waha o ka luawai, a hāliʻi ihola i ka palaoa ma luna iho: a ua ʻike ʻole ʻia ua mea lā.His wife took a covering and spread it out over the opening of the well and scattered grain over it. No one knew anything about it.
2-Sam 17:20A hiki mai nā kauā a ʻAbesaloma i ua wahine lā ma ka hale, nīnau maila lākou, ʻAuhea ʻo ʻAhimaʻaza lāua ʻo Ionatana? ʻĪ akula ka wahine iā lākou, ua hala akula lāua ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ke kahawai. ʻImi akula lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi i loaʻa, a laila hoʻi hou maila lākou i Ierusalema.When Absalom's men came to the woman at the house, they asked, "Where are Ahimaaz and Jonathan?" The woman answered them, "They crossed over the brook." The men searched but found no one, so they returned to Jerusalem.
2-Sam 19:5Hele akula ʻo Ioaba i loko o ka hale i ke aliʻi, ʻī akula, Ua hoʻohilahila ʻoe i kēia lā i nā maka o kāu poʻe kauā a pau, ʻo ka poʻe nāna i mālama i kou ola, a me ke ola o kāu mau keiki kāne, a me kāu mau kaikamāhine, a me ke ola o kāu mau wāhine, a me ke ola o kāu mau haiā wahine;Then Joab went into the house to the king and said, "Today you have humiliated all your men, who have just saved your life and the lives of your sons and daughters and the lives of your wives and concubines.
2-Sam 20:3Hele maila ʻo Dāvida i kona hale i Ierusalema: a lawe aʻela ke aliʻi i ua mau haiā wahine lā he ʻumi āna i waiho ai e kiaʻi i ka hale, a hahao aʻela iā lākou i loko o ka hale paʻahao, a hānai akula iā lākou; akā, ʻaʻole ia i komo aku i loko i o lākou lā. Pēlā lākou i paʻa ai e noho kāne ʻole ana, a hiki i ko lākou lā make.When David returned to his palace in Jerusalem, he took the ten concubines he had left to take care of the palace and put them in a house under guard. He provided for them, but did not lie with them. They were kept in confinement till the day of their death, living as widows.
2-Sam 20:16A laila, hea maila kekahi wahine naʻauao mai loko mai o ke kūlanakauhale, E hoʻolohe mai, e hoʻolohe mai; ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoukou, e ʻī aku iā Ioaba, E hele mai a kokoke, i ʻōlelo aku ai au me ʻoe.a wise woman called from the city, "Listen! Listen! Tell Joab to come here so I can speak to him."
2-Sam 20:17A hiki akula ia a kokoke i ona lā, ʻī maila ka wahine, ʻO Ioaba anei ʻoe? ʻĪ akula ia, ʻO wau nō. A laila ʻī maila kēlā, E hoʻolohe mai ʻoe i ka ʻōlelo a kāu kauā wahine. ʻĪ akula ia, Ke lohe nei au.He went toward her, and she asked, "Are you Joab?" "I am," he answered. She said, "Listen to what your servant has to say." "I'm listening," he said.
2-Sam 20:21ʻAʻole pēlā ka mea; akā, he wahi kanaka no ka mauna ʻo ʻEperaima, ʻo Seba ke keiki a Bikeri ka inoa, ua hoʻokiʻekiʻe aʻe ia i kona lima e kūʻē i ke aliʻi iā Dāvida: e hāʻawi mai iā ia wale nō, a e hoʻi hou aku nō wau mai ke kūlanakauhale aku. ʻĪ maila ka wahine iā Ioaba, Eia hoʻi, e kiola ʻia aku kona poʻo i ou lā ma waho o ka pā.That is not the case. A man named Sheba son of Bicri, from the hill country of Ephraim, has lifted up his hand against the king, against David. Hand over this one man, and I'll withdraw from the city." The woman said to Joab, "His head will be thrown to you from the wall."
2-Sam 20:22A laila hele akula ua wahine lā i nā kānaka a pau ma kona akamai. A ʻoki ihola lākou i ke poʻo o Seba ke keiki a Bikeri, a kiola akula i waho i o Ioaba lā. Hoʻokani akula ia i ka pū, a hoʻi akula lākou, ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kona halelewa iho. A hoʻi akula ʻo Ioaba i Ierusalema a i ke aliʻi.Then the woman went to all the people with her wise advice, and they cut off the head of Sheba son of Bicri and threw it to Joab. So he sounded the trumpet, and his men dispersed from the city, each returning to his home. And Joab went back to the king in Jerusalem.
2-Sam 21:11A ua haʻi ʻia aku iā Dāvida ka mea a Rizepa ke kaikamahine a ʻAia, ka haiā wahine a Saula i hana ai.When David was told what Aiah's daughter Rizpah, Saul's concubine, had done,
1-Nāal 1:2No 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."
1-Nāal 1:3A laila ʻimi hele aʻela lākou i wahine hou maikaʻi ma nā ʻāina a pau o ka ʻIseraʻela, a loaʻa iā lākou ʻo ʻAbisaga no Sunama, a alakaʻi aʻela lākou iā ia i ke aliʻi.Then they searched throughout Israel for a beautiful girl and found Abishag, a Shunammite, and brought her to the king.
1-Nāal 1:4He maikaʻi loa hoʻi ua wahine lā, a lilo aʻela ia i kahu mālama no ke aliʻi, a lawelawe aʻela ʻo ia nāna, ʻaʻole naʻe i ʻike ke aliʻi iā ia.The girl was very beautiful; she took care of the king and waited on him, but the king had no intimate relations with her.
1-Nāal 1:13E hele ʻoe a e komo aku i ke aliʻi Dāvida, a e ʻōlelo aku iā ia, ʻAʻole anei ʻoe i hoʻohiki no kāu kauā wahine, e kuʻu haku ke aliʻi, i ka ʻī ʻana mai, ʻOiaʻiʻo e aliʻi ana ʻo Solomona ʻo kāu keiki ma hope iho oʻu, a e noho ʻo ia ma luna o koʻu noho aliʻi? No ke aha lā hoʻi e aliʻi nei ʻo ʻAdoniia?Go in to King David and say to him, 'My lord the king, did you not swear to me your servant: "Surely Solomon your son shall be king after me, and he will sit on my throne"? Why then has Adonijah become king?'
1-Nāal 1:17ʻĪ akula hoʻi ʻo ia iā ia, E kuʻu haku, ua hoʻohiki ʻoe ma o Iēhova lā kou Akua no kāu kauā wahine, ʻOiaʻiʻo e aliʻi nō Solomona kāu keiki ma hope iho oʻu, a e noho ʻo ia ma luna o koʻu noho aliʻi.She said to him, "My lord, you yourself swore to me your servant by the LORD your God: 'Solomon your son shall be king after me, and he will sit on my throne.'
1-Nāal 2:17ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo ia, Ke noi aku nei au iā ʻoe e ʻōlelo ʻoe iā Solomona ke aliʻi, (no ka mea ʻaʻole ʻo ia e hōʻole iā ʻoe,) e hāʻawi mai ʻo ia iā ʻAbisaga no Sunama iaʻu i wahine.So he continued, "Please ask King Solomon--he will not refuse you--to give me Abishag the Shunammite as my wife."
1-Nāal 2:21ʻĪ aʻela kēlā, E hāʻawi ʻia aku ʻo ʻAbisaga no Sunama iā ʻAdoniia kou hoahānau i wahine.So she said, "Let Abishag the Shunammite be given in marriage to your brother Adonijah."
1-Nāal 3:17A ʻōlelo akula kekahi wahine, E kuʻu haku, e noho ana māua me kēia wahine ma ka hale hoʻokahi, a hānau keiki au me ia i loko o ka hale.One of them said, "My lord, this woman and I live in the same house. I had a baby while she was there with me.
1-Nāal 3:18Eia kekahi, i ke kolu o ka lā ma hope mai o koʻu hānau ʻana, hānau maila kēia wahine kekahi; ʻaʻohe mea ʻē me māua i loko o ka hale, ʻo māua wale nō kai loko o ka hale.The third day after my child was born, this woman also had a baby. We were alone; there was no one in the house but the two of us.
1-Nāal 3:19Make ihola ke keiki a kēia wahine i ka pō, no ka mea, ua moe aʻe ʻo ia nei ma luna ona."During the night this woman's son died because she lay on him.
1-Nāal 3:20A ala aʻela ia i ka waena o ka pō, a lawe akula i kaʻu keiki mai kuʻu ʻaoʻao aku, i ka wā i hiamoe ai kāu kauā wahine, a hoʻomoe iho iā ia ma kona poli, a hoʻomoe maila hoʻi i kāna keiki make ma koʻu poli.So she got up in the middle of the night and took my son from my side while I your servant was asleep. She put him by her breast and put her dead son by my breast.
1-Nāal 3:22A ʻōlelo aʻela kekahi wahine, ʻAʻole, akā, naʻu nō ke keiki ola, a nāu ke keiki make; a ʻōlelo aʻe kēia, ʻAʻole, akā, nāu ke keiki make, a naʻu nō hoʻi ke keiki ola. Pēlā nō i ʻōlelo ai ua mau wāhine lā i mua o ke aliʻi.The other woman said, "No! The living one is my son; the dead one is yours." But the first one insisted, "No! The dead one is yours; the living one is mine." And so they argued before the king.
1-Nāal 3:26A laila ʻōlelo aku ka wahine nāna ke keiki ola i ke aliʻi, no ka mea, ua hū ke aloha o kona naʻau i kāna keiki, ʻī akula hoʻi ia, E kuʻu haku, e hāʻawi i ke keiki ola iā ia nei, ʻaʻole loa e pepehi iā ia. Akā, ʻōlelo mai kēlā, ʻAʻole ia iaʻu, ʻaʻole hoʻi iā ʻoe, e māhele aʻe iā ia.The woman whose son was alive was filled with compassion for her son and said to the king, "Please, my lord, give her the living baby! Don't kill him!" But the other said, "Neither I nor you shall have him. Cut him in two!"
1-Nāal 4:11ʻO Benabinadaba ma ka ʻāina a pau ʻo Dora, iā ia ʻo Tapata ke kaikamahine a Solomona i wahine.Ben-Abinadab--in Naphoth Dor (he was married to Taphath daughter of Solomon);
1-Nāal 4:15ʻAhimiaza ma Napetali; ua lawe hoʻi ʻo ia iā Basemata, ke kaikamahine a Solomona i wahine;Ahimaaz--in Naphtali (he had married Basemath daughter of Solomon);
1-Nāal 7:14He keiki ia a ka wahine kāne make no ka ʻohana a Napetali, a no Turo kona makua kāne, he mea hana keleawe; a piha ia i ke akamai a me ka naʻauao, a me ka maʻalea e hana i nā hana me ke keleawe a pau: hele maila hoʻi ia i o Solomona lā, a hana ʻo ia ma kāna hana.whose mother was a widow from the tribe of Naphtali and whose father was a man of Tyre and a craftsman in bronze. Huram was highly skilled and experienced in all kinds of bronze work. He came to King Solomon and did all the work assigned to him.
1-Nāal 9:16Ua piʻi ʻo Paraʻo ke aliʻi o ʻAigupita, a ua hoʻopio iā Gezera, a ua puhi aku ia i ke ahi, a ua pepehi i ko Kanaʻana, i nā mea e noho ana ma ia kūlanakauhale, a hāʻawi maila ʻo ia ia i kāna kaikamahine, ka wahine a Solomona.(Pharaoh king of Egypt had attacked and captured Gezer. He had set it on fire. He killed its Canaanite inhabitants and then gave it as a wedding gift to his daughter, Solomon's wife.
1-Nāal 10:1A lohe aʻela ke aliʻi wahine o Seba i ke kaulana o Solomona, no ka inoa ʻo Iēhova, hele maila ʻo ia e hoʻāʻo iā ia i nā mea pohihihi.When the queen of Sheba heard about the fame of Solomon and his relation to the name of the LORD, she came to test him with hard questions.
1-Nāal 10:4A ʻike aʻela ke aliʻi wahine o Seba, i ke akamai a pau a Solomona, a me ka hale āna i kūkulu ai,When the queen of Sheba saw all the wisdom of Solomon and the palace he had built,
1-Nāal 10:10Hāʻawi aʻela hoʻi ia wahine i ke aliʻi i hoʻokahi haneri me ka iwakālua tālena gula, a me nā mea ʻala he nui loa, a me nā pōhaku makamae; ʻaʻole hiki hou mai ka nui loa o nā mea ʻala me nēia a ke aliʻi wahine o Seba i hāʻawi mai ai iā Solomona ke aliʻi.And she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large quantities of spices, and precious stones. Never again were so many spices brought in as those the queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon.
1-Nāal 10:13A hāʻawi akula ʻo Solomona ke aliʻi i ke aliʻi wahine o Seba i kona makemake a pau, i kēlā mea kēia mea āna i noi mai ai; ʻo kāna ia i hāʻawi aku ai iā ia e like me ka lima o Solomona ke aliʻi; a laila huli ia a hoʻi aku i kona ʻāina iho, ʻo ia me kāna mau kauā.King Solomon gave the queen of Sheba all she desired and asked for, besides what he had given her out of his royal bounty. Then she left and returned with her retinue to her own country.
1-Nāal 11:3A loaʻa iā ia ʻehiku haneri wāhine, nā wāhine aliʻi, a ʻekolu haneri haiā wahine; a hoʻohuli ʻē aku kāna mau wāhine i kona naʻau.He had seven hundred wives of royal birth and three hundred concubines, and his wives led him astray.
1-Nāal 11:5No ka mea ua hahai aʻela ʻo Solomona ma muli o ʻAseterota ke akua wahine o ko Sidona, a ma muli o Milekoma ka mea i hoʻowahāwahā ʻia ʻo ka ʻAmona.He followed Ashtoreth the goddess of the Sidonians, and Molech the detestable god of the Ammonites.
1-Nāal 11:19A loaʻa iā Hadada ka lokomaikaʻi nui ʻia ma ke alo o Paraʻo, a hāʻawi ʻo ia iā ia i ka hoahānau o kāna wahine iho, ka hoahānau o Tapene ke aliʻi wahine.Pharaoh was so pleased with Hadad that he gave him a sister of his own wife, Queen Tahpenes, in marriage.
1-Nāal 11:26A ʻo Ieroboama ke keiki a Nebata, ʻo ka Eperaima no Zereda, ʻo Zerua ka inoa o kona makuahine he wahine kāne make, ʻo ke kauā a Solomona, ʻo ia kekahi i hāpai i ka lima kūʻē i ke aliʻi.Also, Jeroboam son of Nebat rebelled against the king. He was one of Solomon's officials, an Ephraimite from Zeredah, and his mother was a widow named Zeruah.
1-Nāal 11:33No ka mea, ua haʻalele mai lākou iaʻu, a ua hoʻomana aʻe iā ʻAseterota ke akua wahine o ko Sidona, iā Kemosa ke akua o ka Moaba, a iā Milekoma ke akua o nā mamo a ʻAmona, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hele ma koʻu mau ʻaoʻao, e hana i ka mea pono i koʻu mau maka, i ka mālama i koʻu mau kānāwai a me koʻu mau kapu, e like me Dāvida kona makua kāne.I will do this because they have forsaken me and worshiped Ashtoreth the goddess of the Sidonians, Chemosh the god of the Moabites, and Molech the god of the Ammonites, and have not walked in my ways, nor done what is right in my eyes, nor kept my statutes and laws as David, Solomon's father, did.
1-Nāal 14:2ʻĪ aʻela ʻo Ieroboama i kāna wahine, Ke noi aku nei au e kū aʻe ʻoe i luna, a e hoʻokamani wale iā ʻoe iho i ʻole ai ʻoe e ʻike ʻia ʻo ka wahine a Ieroboama; a e hele aku i Silo: aia hoʻi ma laila ʻo ʻAhiia ke kāula, ka mea i haʻi mai iaʻu e aliʻi ana au ma luna o kēia lāhui kanaka.and Jeroboam said to his wife, "Go, disguise yourself, so you won't be recognized as the wife of Jeroboam. Then go to Shiloh. Ahijah the prophet is there--the one who told me I would be king over this people.
1-Nāal 14:4Pēlā hoʻi i hana aku ai ka wahine a Ieroboama, kū aʻela hoʻi ia i luna, a hele aku i Silo, a hiki i ka hale o ʻAhiia; ʻaʻole naʻe i ʻike ʻo ʻAhiia, no ka mea, ua paʻa kona mau maka i kona ʻelemakule ʻana.So Jeroboam's wife did what he said and went to Ahijah's house in Shiloh. Now Ahijah could not see; his sight was gone because of his age.
1-Nāal 14:5ʻĪ maila hoʻi ʻo Iēhova iā ʻAhiia, Aia hoʻi ke hele mai nei ka wahine a Ieroboama e nīnau iā ʻoe i kekahi mea no kāna keiki; no ka mea, he maʻi nō kona; penei, a penei hoʻi e ʻōlelo aku ai ʻoe iā ia, no ka mea, eia kēia, i kona komo ʻana aʻe e hana hoʻopunipuni ʻo ia.But the LORD had told Ahijah, "Jeroboam's wife is coming to ask you about her son, for he is ill, and you are to give her such and such an answer. When she arrives, she will pretend to be someone else."
1-Nāal 14:6Eia kēia, a i ka lohe ʻana o ʻAhiia i ke kamumu ʻana o kona mau wāwae, i kona komo ʻana ma ka ʻīpuka, ʻī maila ʻo ia, E komo mai ʻoe, e ka wahine a Ieroboama, no ke aha lā ʻoe e hana hoʻopunipuni ai? No ka mea, ua hoʻouna ʻia mai nei au iā ʻoe me ka mea kaumaha.So when Ahijah heard the sound of her footsteps at the door, he said, "Come in, wife of Jeroboam. Why this pretense? I have been sent to you with bad news.
1-Nāal 14:17A kū aʻela ka wahine a Ieroboama, a hoʻi, a hele i Tireza; a hiki ʻo ia i ka paepae puka o ka hale, make ihola ke keiki.Then Jeroboam's wife got up and left and went to Tirzah. As soon as she stepped over the threshold of the house, the boy died.
1-Nāal 15:13A ua hoʻokaʻawale aʻela ʻo ia iā Maʻaka kona makuahine i ʻole ai ia e aliʻi wahine, no ka mea, ua hana ʻo ia i kiʻi akua ma kahi e hoʻomana ai. Hoʻopau aʻela hoʻi ʻo ʻAsa i kona kiʻi akua; puhi aʻela hoʻi ʻo ia ia ma ke kahawai Kederona.He even deposed his grandmother Maacah from her position as queen mother, because she had made a repulsive Asherah pole. Asa cut the pole down and burned it in the Kidron Valley.
1-Nāal 16:31Eia hoʻi kekahi, me he mea lā, he mea ʻuʻuku nona ke hele ma nā hewa o Ieroboama ke keiki a Nebata, lawe ihola ʻo ia iā Iesebela ke kaikamahine a ʻEtebaʻala ke aliʻi o ko Sidona, i wahine, a hele hoʻi ia e mālama iā Baʻala, a hoʻomana aʻela iā ia.He not only considered it trivial to commit the sins of Jeroboam son of Nebat, but he also married Jezebel daughter of Ethbaal king of the Sidonians, and began to serve Baal and worship him.
1-Nāal 17:9E kū aʻe, a hele ʻoe i Sarepeta no Sidona, a e noho ma laila: eia hoʻi, ua kauoha aʻe nei au i kahi wahine kāne make ma laila e hānai iā ʻoe."Go at once to Zarephath of Sidon and stay there. I have commanded a widow in that place to supply you with food."
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 17:17Eia kekahi ma hope mai o ia mau mea, maʻi ihola ke keiki a ka wahine ka mea hale, a nui aʻela kona maʻi, ʻaʻole koe ka hanu i loko ona.Some time later the son of the woman who owned the house became ill. He grew worse and worse, and finally stopped breathing.
1-Nāal 17:18ʻŌlelo maila ka wahine iā ʻElia, He aha ko kāua, e ke kanaka o ke Akua? Ua hele mai nei anei ʻoe i oʻu nei e hoʻākāka mai i koʻu hewa, a e pepehi mai hoʻi i kaʻu keiki?She said to Elijah, "What do you have against me, man of God? Did you come to remind me of my sin and kill my son?"
1-Nāal 17:19ʻĪ akula ʻo ia i ka wahine, E hāʻawi mai i kāu keiki iaʻu. Lawe aʻela ʻo ia iā ia mai ko ka wahine poli aʻe, a hali aʻela ʻo ia iā ia i luna i kahi keʻena o luna, i kahi e noho ai ʻo ia, a hoʻomoe ihola iā ia ma kona wahi moe iho;"Give me your son," Elijah replied. He took him from her arms, carried him to the upper room where he was staying, and laid him on his bed.
1-Nāal 17:20A kāhea akula ʻo ia iā Iēhova, ʻī akula hoʻi, E Iēhova koʻu Akua, ua lawe mai nei anei ʻoe i ka hewa ma luna o ka wahine kāne make, me ia e noho iki ana au, i ka pepehi ʻana mai i kāna keiki?Then he cried out to the LORD, "O LORD my God, have you brought tragedy also upon this widow I am staying with, by causing her son to die?"
1-Nāal 17:24ʻŌlelo maila ka wahine iā ʻElia, ʻĀnō, ma kēia i ʻike ai au, he kanaka no ke Akua ʻoe, a ʻo ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova ma kou waha he ʻoiaʻiʻo.Then the woman said to Elijah, "Now I know that you are a man of God and that the word of the LORD from your mouth is the truth."
1-Nāal 21:5A laila hele aʻela kāna wahine ʻo Iezebela i ona lā, nīnau akula hoʻi, No ke aha lā e kaumaha nei kou ʻuhane, i ʻole ai ʻoe e ʻai i ka berena?His wife Jezebel came in and asked him, "Why are you so sullen? Why won't you eat?"
1-Nāal 21:7ʻĪ akula hoʻi ʻo Iezebela kāna wahine iā ia, Ke hoʻomalu nei anei ʻoe i ke aupuni o ka ʻIseraʻela? E ala aʻe a e ʻai i ka berena, e ʻoliʻoli kou naʻau, naʻu nō e hāʻawi i ka māla waina o Nabota no Iezereʻela iā ʻoe.Jezebel his wife said, "Is this how you act as king over Israel? Get up and eat! Cheer up. I'll get you the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite."
1-Nāal 21:25ʻAʻohe mea like me ʻAhaba, ka mea i kūʻai lilo aku iā ia iho e hana ma ka hewa, ma ke alo o Iēhova, ka mea a Iezebela kāna wahine i hoʻoikaika aku ai.(There was never a man like Ahab, who sold himself to do evil in the eyes of the LORD, urged on by Jezebel his wife.
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 4:1ʻO kekahi wahine no nā wāhine a nā haumāna a ka poʻe kāula, auē akula ʻo ia iā ʻElisai, ʻī akula, Ua make kāu kauā o kuʻu kāne; a ua ʻike nō ʻoe, ua makaʻu kāu kauā iā Iēhova: a ua kiʻi mai ka mea i ʻaiʻē ʻia kāna e lawe aku i kuʻu mau keiki kāne i mau kauā nāna.The wife of a man from the company of the prophets cried out to Elisha, "Your servant my husband is dead, and you know that he revered the LORD. But now his creditor is coming to take my two boys as his slaves."
2-Nāal 4:2ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻElisai iā ia, He aha kaʻu e hana aku ai nou? E haʻi mai ʻoe iaʻu, he aha kāu mea i loko o ka hale? ʻĪ maila ia, ʻAʻole kekahi mea i āu kauā wahine i loko o ka hale, hoʻokahi ipu ʻaila wale nō.Elisha replied to her, "How can I help you? Tell me, what do you have in your house?" "Your servant has nothing there at all," she said, "except a little oil."
2-Nāal 4:8A i kekahi lā, hele akula ʻo ʻElisai i Sunema, a ma laila he wahine koʻikoʻi, a koi maila kēlā iā ia e ʻai i ka ʻai. A i kona manawa i hele aʻe ai ma ia wahi; kipa aʻela ia ma laila e ʻai i ka ʻai.One day Elisha went to Shunem. And a well-to-do woman was there, who urged him to stay for a meal. So whenever he came by, he stopped there to eat.
2-Nāal 4:12ʻĪ akula ʻo ia iā Gehazi i kāna kauā, E kāhea aku ʻoe i kēia wahine no Sunema nei. A i kona kāhea ʻana iā ia, kū ihola ia i mua ona.He said to his servant Gehazi, "Call the Shunammite." So he called her, and she stood before him.
2-Nāal 4:13ʻŌlelo akula ʻo ʻElisai i kāna kauā, ʻĀnō e ʻī aku ʻoe i ka wahine, Aia hoʻi, ua manaʻo mai ʻoe iā māua i kēia mālama ʻana a pau, he aha ka mea e hana ʻia aku ai nou? E ʻōlelo ʻia aku anei i ke aliʻi nou; a i ka luna koa paha? ʻĪ mai kēlā, Ke noho nei au i waena o kuʻu poʻe kānaka.Elisha said to him, "Tell her, 'You have gone to all this trouble for us. Now what can be done for you? Can we speak on your behalf to the king or the commander of the army?' " She replied, "I have a home among my own people."
2-Nāal 4:16ʻĪ akula ia, A hiki i kēia wā o kēlā makahiki, e pūliki ʻoe i keiki kāne. ʻĪ maila kēlā, ʻAʻole, e kuʻu haku, e ke kanaka o ke Akua; mai hoʻopunipuni ʻoe i kāu kauā wahine."About this time next year," Elisha said, "you will hold a son in your arms." "No, my lord," she objected. "Don't mislead your servant, O man of God!"
2-Nāal 4:17Hāpai aʻela ka wahine, a hānau maila i keiki kāne i kēlā manawa, ʻo ka puni ʻana o ka makahiki, e like me ka ʻōlelo a ʻElisai iā ia.But the woman became pregnant, and the next year about that same time she gave birth to a son, just as Elisha had told her.
2-Nāal 4:25A hele akula ia, a hiki aku i ke kanaka o ke Akua, ma ka mauna ʻo Karemela. A ʻike maila ke kanaka o ke Akua iā ia ma ʻō aku, ʻī akula ʻo ia iā Gehazi i kāna kauā, Aia hoʻi kēlā wahine no Sunema.So she set out and came to the man of God at Mount Carmel. When he saw her in the distance, the man of God said to his servant Gehazi, "Look! There's the Shunammite!
2-Nāal 4:28ʻĪ akula ka wahine, Ua nonoi aku anei au i keiki kāne na kuʻu haku mai? ʻAʻole anei au i ʻōlelo aku, Mai hoʻopunipuni mai ʻoe iaʻu?"Did I ask you for a son, my lord?" she said. "Didn't I tell you, 'Don't raise my hopes'?"
2-Nāal 4:36Kāhea akula ʻo ia iā Gehazi, ʻī akula, E hea aku i ka wahine no Sunema. Kāhea akula kēlā iā ia; a hiki maila ia i ona lā, ʻī akula ʻo ʻElisai, E kaʻikaʻi aʻe ʻoe i kāu keiki.Elisha summoned Gehazi and said, "Call the Shunammite." And he did. When she came, he said, "Take your son."
2-Nāal 5:2A ua hele aku ka poʻe koa hao wale, no ko Suria, a ua lawe pio mai lākou i kekahi kaikamahine ʻōpiopio mai ka ʻāina o ka ʻIseraʻela mai; a ua lawelawe ia na ka wahine a Naʻamana.Now bands from Aram had gone out and had taken captive a young girl from Israel, and she served Naaman's wife.
2-Nāal 5:3ʻĪ akula ia i kona haku wahine, Inā ʻo kuʻu haku ma ke alo o ke kāula ma Samaria, inā ua hoʻōla mai kēlā iā ia i kona lēpera.She said to her mistress, "If only my master would see the prophet who is in Samaria! He would cure him of his leprosy."
2-Nāal 5:26ʻĪ maila kēlā iā ia, ʻAʻole anei i hele kuʻu naʻau, i ka manawa i huli aʻe ke kanaka mai kona hale kaʻa mai e hālāwai me ʻoe? He manawa anei kēia e lawe i ke kālā, a e lawe i nā ʻaʻahu, me nā ʻoliva, a me nā pā waina, a me nā hipa, a me nā bipi, a me nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine?But Elisha said to him, "Was not my spirit with you when the man got down from his chariot to meet you? Is this the time to take money, or to accept clothes, olive groves, vineyards, flocks, herds, or menservants and maidservants?
2-Nāal 6:26A i ka hele ʻana aʻe o ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela ma luna o ka pā pōhaku, kāhea maila kekahi wahine iā ia, ʻī maila, E kōkua mai, e kuʻu haku, e ke aliʻi.As the king of Israel was passing by on the wall, a woman cried to him, "Help me, my lord the king!"
2-Nāal 6:28Nīnau aku ke aliʻi iā ia, He aha kāu? ʻĪ maila kēlā, Ua ʻī mai kēia wahine iaʻu, E hāʻawi mai i kāu keiki, i ʻai iho ai kāua i kēia lā, a e ʻai iho kāua i kaʻu keiki i ka lā ʻapōpō.Then he asked her, "What's the matter?" She answered, "This woman said to me, 'Give up your son so we may eat him today, and tomorrow we'll eat my son.'
2-Nāal 6:30A lohe aʻela ke aliʻi i ka ʻōlelo a ka wahine, haehae ihola ia i kona ʻaʻahu; a hele aʻela ia ma luna o ka pā pōhaku, a nānā maila nā kānaka, aia hoʻi, he kapa ʻinoʻino ma luna o kona kino ma loko.When the king heard the woman's words, he tore his robes. As he went along the wall, the people looked, and there, underneath, he had sackcloth on his body.
2-Nāal 8:1A laila ʻōlelo akula ʻo ʻElisai i ka wahine, i ka mea nāna ke keiki āna i hoʻōla ai, ʻī akula, E kū aʻe, a hele aku, ʻo ʻoe, a me kāu ʻohana, a noho ma kahi āu e hiki ai ke noho: no ka mea, ua haʻi mai ʻo Iēhova, he wī, a e hiki mai nō ia ma luna o ka ʻāina i nā makahiki ʻehiku.Now Elisha had said to the woman whose son he had restored to life, "Go away with your family and stay for a while wherever you can, because the LORD has decreed a famine in the land that will last seven years."
2-Nāal 8:2Kū aʻela ka wahine, a hana akula e like me ka ʻōlelo a ke kanaka o ke Akua; a hele aku ia me kona ʻōhua, a noho ihola ma ka ʻāina o ko Pilisetia i nā makahiki ʻehiku.The woman proceeded to do as the man of God said. She and her family went away and stayed in the land of the Philistines seven years.
2-Nāal 8:3A i ka pau ʻana o nā makahiki ʻehiku, hoʻi maila ka wahine mai ka ʻāina o ko Pilisetia mai; a hele e nonoi aku i ke aliʻi no kona hale, a no kona ʻāina.At the end of the seven years she came back from the land of the Philistines and went to the king to beg for her house and land.
2-Nāal 8:5A i ka manawa āna i haʻi aku ai i ke aliʻi i kona hoʻōla ʻana i ka mea i make, aia hoʻi, ʻo ka wahine, nāna ke keiki āna i hoʻōla ai, nonoi maila i ke aliʻi no kona ʻōhua, a no kona ʻāina. ʻĪ akula ʻo Gehazi, E kuʻu haku, e ke aliʻi, ʻo kēia ka wahine, ʻo kēia hoʻi ke keiki a ʻElisai i hoʻōla ai.Just as Gehazi was telling the king how Elisha had restored the dead to life, the woman whose son Elisha had brought back to life came to beg the king for her house and land. Gehazi said, "This is the woman, my lord the king, and this is her son whom Elisha restored to life."
2-Nāal 8:6Nīnau akula ke aliʻi i ka wahine, a haʻi mai kēlā iā ia. A kauoha akula ke aliʻi i kekahi luna i poʻa ʻia nona, ʻī akula, E hoʻihoʻi aku i kāna mea a pau, a i nā hua a pau o ka ʻāina, mai ka manawa āna i haʻalele ai i ka ʻāina a hiki i kēia wā.The king asked the woman about it, and she told him. Then he assigned an official to her case and said to him, "Give back everything that belonged to her, including all the income from her land from the day she left the country until now."
2-Nāal 8:18A hele nō ia ma ka ʻaoʻao o nā aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela e like me ka hana ʻana a ko ka hale o ʻAhaba, no ka mea, ʻo ke kaikamahine a ʻAhaba, ʻo ia kāna wahine: a ua hana hewa ia i mua o Iēhova.He walked in the ways of the kings of Israel, as the house of Ahab had done, for he married a daughter of Ahab. He did evil in the eyes of the LORD.
2-Nāal 10:13A loaʻa iā Iehu nā hoahānau o ʻAhazia ke aliʻi o ka Iuda, a nīnau akula, ʻO wai ʻoukou? ʻĪ maila lākou, He mau hoahānau mākou no ʻAhazia, a e iho ana mākou e ʻike i nā keiki a ke aliʻi a me nā keiki a ke aliʻi wahine.he met some relatives of Ahaziah king of Judah and asked, "Who are you?" They said, "We are relatives of Ahaziah, and we have come down to greet the families of the king and of the queen mother."
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 19:21Eia ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova i ʻōlelo mai ai nona; ʻO ka wahine puʻupaʻa, ke kaikamahine a Ziona, ua hoʻowahāwahā mai ia iā ʻoe, a ua ʻakaʻaka mai iā ʻoe: ʻo ke kaikamahine a Ierusalema, ua hoʻoluli mai ia i kona poʻo ma hope ou.This is the word that the LORD has spoken against him: " 'The Virgin Daughter of Zion despises you and mocks you. The Daughter of Jerusalem tosses her head as you flee.
2-Nāal 22:14A hele akula ʻo Hilekia ke kahuna, a me ʻAhikama, a me ʻAkebora, a me Sapana, a me ʻAsakia, i o Huleda lā ke kāula wahine, ka wahine a Saluma, ke keiki a Tikeva, ke keiki a Harehasa, nāna i mālama i nā ʻaʻahu; (a e noho ana ua wahine lā ma Ierusalema, ma kekahi hapa,) a kamaʻilio pū lākou me ia.Hilkiah the priest, Ahikam, Acbor, Shaphan and Asaiah went to speak to the prophetess Huldah, who was the wife of Shallum son of Tikvah, the son of Harhas, keeper of the wardrobe. She lived in Jerusalem, in the Second District.
1-ʻOihn 1:32Eia nā keiki kāne a Ketura, a ka haiā wahine a ʻAberahama: hānau aʻela ʻo ia iā Zimerana, iā Iokesana, iā Medana, iā Midiana, iā ʻIsebaka, a me Sua. A eia nā keiki kāne a Iokesana, ʻo Seba a ʻo Dedana.The sons born to Keturah, Abraham's concubine: Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah. The sons of Jokshan: Sheba and Dedan.
1-ʻOihn 1:50A make iho ʻo Baʻalahanana, aliʻi aʻela ʻo Hadada ma kona hakahaka: a ʻo Pai ka inoa o kona kūlanakauhale; a ʻo Mehetabela ka inoa o kāna wahine, ʻo ia ke kaikamahine a Matereda, ke kaikamahine a Mezahaba.When Baal-Hanan died, Hadad succeeded him as king. His city was named Pau, and his wife's name was Mehetabel daughter of Matred, the daughter of Me-Zahab.
1-ʻOihn 2:4Na Tamara na kāna hūnōna wahine i hānau nāna ʻo Pareza lāua ʻo Zara. ʻO nā keiki kāne a pau a Iuda, ʻelima lākou.Tamar, Judah's daughter-in-law, bore him Perez and Zerah. Judah had five sons in all.
1-ʻOihn 2:18Na Kaleba na ke keiki a Hezerona, na lāua ʻo ʻAzuba kāna wahine a me Ieriota: eia nā keiki kāne āna; ʻo Iesera, ʻo Sobaba, a ʻo ʻAredona.Caleb son of Hezron had children by his wife Azubah (and by Jerioth). These were her sons: Jesher, Shobab and Ardon.
1-ʻOihn 2:24A ma hope iho o ka make ʻana o Hezerona ma Kalebeperata, a laila hānau maila ʻo ʻAbia ka wahine a Hezerona iā ʻAsura nāna, ʻo ka makua kāne ia o Tekoa.After Hezron died in Caleb Ephrathah, Abijah the wife of Hezron bore him Ashhur the father of Tekoa.
1-ʻOihn 2:26Na Ierameʻela kekahi wahine ʻē aʻe, ʻo ʻAtara kona inoa; ʻo ia ka makuahine o ʻOnama.Jerahmeel had another wife, whose name was Atarah; she was the mother of Onam.
1-ʻOihn 2:29A ʻo ʻAbihaila ka inoa o ka wahine a ʻAbisura: a hānau maila ʻo ia nāna iā ʻAbana a me Molida.Abishur's wife was named Abihail, who bore him Ahban and Molid.
1-ʻOihn 2:35A hāʻawi akula ʻo Sesana i kāna kaikamahine i wahine na Iareha na kāna kauā, a hānau maila ia nāna ʻo ʻAtai.Sheshan gave his daughter in marriage to his servant Jarha, and she bore him Attai.
1-ʻOihn 2:46Na ʻEpa, na ka haiā wahine a Kaleba i hānau ʻo Harana, ʻo Moza, a ʻo Gazeze: a na Harana ʻo Gazeze.Caleb's concubine Ephah was the mother of Haran, Moza and Gazez. Haran was the father of Gazez.
1-ʻOihn 2:48Na Maʻaka, na ka haiā wahine a Kaleba i hānau ʻo Sebera a ʻo Tirana.Caleb's concubine Maacah was the mother of Sheber and Tirhanah.
1-ʻOihn 3:3ʻO ka lima, ʻo Sepatia na ʻAbitala; ʻo ke ono, ʻo ʻItereama na ʻEgela kā Dāvida wahine.the fifth, Shephatiah the son of Abital; and the sixth, Ithream, by his wife Eglah.
1-ʻOihn 3:9ʻO lākou nā keiki a pau a Dāvida, he ʻokoʻa nā keiki kāne a nā haiā wahine, a ʻo Tamara ko lākou kaikuahine.All these were the sons of David, besides his sons by his concubines. And Tamar was their sister.
1-ʻOihn 4:18A na kāna wahine, na Iehudiia i hānau ʻo Iereda ka makua kāne o Gedora, a ʻo Hebera ka makua kāne o Soko, a ʻo Iekutiʻela ka makua kāne o Zanoa. ʻO lākou nā keiki kāne a Bitia a ke kaikamahine a Paraʻo i lawe ʻia e Mereda.(His Judean wife gave birth to Jered the father of Gedor, Heber the father of Soco, and Jekuthiel the father of Zanoah.) These were the children of Pharaoh's daughter Bithiah, whom Mered had married.
1-ʻOihn 7:14ʻO nā keiki kāne a Manase; ʻo ʻAseriʻela, ʻo ia kā kāna wahine i hānau ai: (na kāna haiā wahine na ka ʻArama i hānau ʻo Makira, ʻo ka makua kāne o Gileada:The descendants of Manasseh:
1-ʻOihn 7:15Lawe aʻela ʻo Makira i ke kaikuahine o Hupima a me Supima i wahine nāna, a ʻo Maʻaka ka inoa o ko lāua kaikuahine;) a Zelopehada ka inoa o ka lua; a he mau kaikamāhine na Zelopehada.Makir took a wife from among the Huppites and Shuppites. His sister's name was Maacah.
1-ʻOihn 7:16Na Maʻaka na ka wahine a Makira i hānau he keiki kāne, a kapa ihola ia i kona inoa ʻo Peresa; a ʻo Seresa ka inoa o kona kaikaina; a ʻo ʻUlama lāua ʻo Rakema, nā keiki kāne āna.Makir's wife Maacah gave birth to a son and named him Peresh. His brother was named Sheresh, and his sons were Ulam and Rakem.
1-ʻOihn 7:23Iā ia i komo aku ai i loko i kāna wahine, hāpai ihola ʻo ia, a hānau maila he keiki kāne, kapa ihola kēlā iā ia ʻo Beria, no ka pōʻino i hiki mai i kāna ʻohana.Then he lay with his wife again, and she became pregnant and gave birth to a son. He named him Beriah, because there had been misfortune in his family.
1-ʻOihn 8:9Nāna lāua ʻo Hodesa kāna wahine, ʻo Iobaba, ʻo Zibia, ʻo Mesa, ʻo Malekama,By his wife Hodesh he had Jobab, Zibia, Mesha, Malcam,
1-ʻOihn 8:29A ma Gibeona i noho ai ka makua kāne o Gibeona; a ʻo Maʻaka ka inoa o kāna wahine.Jeiel the father of Gibeon lived in Gibeon. His wife's name was Maacah,
1-ʻOihn 9:35A ma Gibeona i noho ai ka makua kāne o Gibeona, ʻo Iehiʻela, a ʻo Maʻaka ka inoa o kāna wahine.Jeiel the father of Gibeon lived in Gibeon. His wife's name was Maacah,
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 8:11A alakaʻi ʻo Solomona i ke kaikamahine a Paraʻo mai ke kūlanakauhale o Dāvida mai a i ka hale āna i kūkulu ai nona; no ka mea, ʻōlelo ihola ʻo ia, ʻAʻole e noho kaʻu wahine ma ka hale o Dāvida, ke aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela, no ka mea, ua laʻa ia mau wahi, kahi i komo ai ka pahu o Iēhova.Solomon brought Pharaoh's daughter up from the City of David to the palace he had built for her, for he said, "My wife must not live in the palace of David king of Israel, because the places the ark of the LORD has entered are holy."
2-ʻOihn 9:1A lohe ke aliʻi wahine ʻo Seba i ke kaulana o Solomona, hele mai ʻo ia i Ierusalema e hoʻāʻo iā Solomona i nā mea pohihihi, me ka huakaʻi nui, me nā kāmelo e lawe ana i nā mea ʻala, a me ke gula he nui, a me nā pōhaku makamae; a hiki kēlā i o Solomona lā, kamaʻilio pū ʻo ia me ia i nā mea a pau loa i loko o kona naʻau.When the queen of Sheba heard of Solomon's fame, she came to Jerusalem to test him with hard questions. Arriving with a very great caravan--with camels carrying spices, large quantities of gold, and precious stones--she came to Solomon and talked with him about all she had on her mind.
2-ʻOihn 9:3A ʻike ke aliʻi wahine o Seba i ka naʻauao o Solomona, a me ka hale āna i kūkulu ai,When the queen of Sheba saw the wisdom of Solomon, as well as the palace he had built,
2-ʻOihn 9:9A hāʻawi maila ʻo ia i ke aliʻi i hoʻokahi haneri tālena gula a me ka iwakālua, a me nā mea ʻala he nui loa, a me nā pōhaku makamae; ʻaʻohe mea ʻala ʻē aʻe e like me ka mea a ke aliʻi wahine no Seba i hāʻawi mai ai i ke aliʻi iā Solomona.Then she gave the king 120 talents of gold, large quantities of spices, and precious stones. There had never been such spices as those the queen of Sheba gave to King Solomon.
2-ʻOihn 9:12A hāʻawi akula ke aliʻi ʻo Solomona i ke aliʻi wahine no Seba i kona makemake a pau, nā mea āna i noi mai ai, ʻo nā mea kekahi āna i hāʻawi mai ai na ke aliʻi: a laila, huli aʻela ʻo ia a hele akula i kona ʻāina, ʻo ia a me kāna poʻe kauā.King Solomon gave the queen of Sheba all she desired and asked for; he gave her more than she had brought to him. Then she left and returned with her retinue to her own country.
2-ʻOihn 11:18A lawe ihola ʻo Rehoboama i wahine nāna, iā Mehalata, i ke kaikamahine a Ieremota, ke keiki a Dāvida, a me ʻAbehaila, ke kaikamahine a ʻEliaba ke keiki a Iese.Rehoboam married Mahalath, who was the daughter of David's son Jerimoth and of Abihail, the daughter of Jesse's son Eliab.
2-ʻOihn 11:21Aloha ihola ʻo Rehoboama iā Maʻaka i ke kaikamahine a ʻAbesaloma, ma mua o kāna mau wāhine a pau, a me kāna poʻe haiā wahine; (no ka mea, aia nō iā ia he ʻumikumamāwalu wāhine, a me nā haiā wahine he kanaono; a hānau mai he iwakālua a me kumamāwalu nā keiki kāne, a me nā kaikamāhine he kanaono.)Rehoboam loved Maacah daughter of Absalom more than any of his other wives and concubines. In all, he had eighteen wives and sixty concubines, twenty-eight sons and sixty daughters.
2-ʻOihn 15:13A ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea i ʻimi ʻole aku iā Iēhova i ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, e make nō ia, ka mea ʻuʻuku a me ka mea nui, ʻo ke kāne a me ka wahine.All who would not seek the LORD, the God of Israel, were to be put to death, whether small or great, man or woman.
2-ʻOihn 21:6A hele ia ma ka ʻaoʻao o nā aliʻi o ka ʻIseraʻela, ma nā mea a ko ka hale o ʻAhaba i hana ai; no ka mea, ʻo ke kaikamahine a ʻAhaba ʻo ia kāna wahine, a hana ihola ʻo ia ma ka hewa i mua o Iēhova.He walked in the ways of the kings of Israel, as the house of Ahab had done, for he married a daughter of Ahab. He did evil in the eyes of the LORD.
2-ʻOihn 22:11Akā, ʻo Iehosabeata ke kaikamahine a ke aliʻi, lawe aʻela ʻo ia iā Ioasa i ke keiki a ʻAhazia, ʻaihue ihola iā ia mai waena aku o ka poʻe keiki aliʻi e pepehi ʻia ana, a hūnā iā ia, a me ka mea nāna ia i hānai i loko o kahi keʻena moe; pēlā i hūnā iho ai ʻo Iehosabeata ke kaikamahine a ke aliʻi a Iehorama ka wahine a Iehoiada ke kahuna, i ua mea lā mai ke alo o ʻAtalia, i ʻole ia e pepehi mai iā ia, no ka mea, ʻo ke kaikuahine ia no ʻAhazia.But Jehosheba, the daughter of King Jehoram, took Joash son of Ahaziah and stole him away from among the royal princes who were about to be murdered and put him and his nurse in a bedroom. Because Jehosheba, the daughter of King Jehoram and wife of the priest Jehoiada, was Ahaziah's sister, she hid the child from Athaliah so she could not kill him.
2-ʻOihn 24:7No ka mea, ʻo ʻAtalia, ua wahine ʻino lā, a ʻo kāna mau keiki kekahi, wāwahi ihola lākou i ka hale o ke Akua, a hoʻolilo lākou i nā mea laʻa a pau o ka hale o Iēhova na Baʻala.Now the sons of that wicked woman Athaliah had broken into the temple of God and had used even its sacred objects for the Baals.
2-ʻOihn 24:26Eia nā mea i hui kūʻē iā ia; ʻo Zabada, ke keiki a Simeata, a kekahi wahine ʻAmona, a ʻo Iehozabada ke keiki a Simerita, a kekahi wahine Moaba.Those who conspired against him were Zabad, son of Shimeath an Ammonite woman, and Jehozabad, son of Shimrith a Moabite woman.
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 28:10A ke manaʻo nei ʻoukou e hoʻohaʻahaʻa i ko Iuda a me ko Ierusalema a lilo lākou i poʻe kauā kāne, a i poʻe kauā wahine na ʻoukou: akā, ʻo ʻoukou, ʻaʻole anei i waena o ʻoukou nō hoʻi kekahi, ka hana hewa ʻana aku iā Iēhova i ko ʻoukou Akua?And now you intend to make the men and women of Judah and Jerusalem your slaves. But aren't you also guilty of sins against the LORD your God?
2-ʻOihn 34:22A laila, hele ʻo Hilikia, a me ka poʻe i wae ʻia e ke aliʻi, i o Huleda lā ke kāula wahine, ka wahine a Saluma ke keiki a Tikevata, ke keiki a Hasera ka mea mālama kapa; (ua noho ia ma kēlā hapa o Ierusalema;) a ʻōlelo akula lākou iā ia e like me ia.Hilkiah and those the king had sent with him went to speak to the prophetess Huldah, who was the wife of Shallum son of Tokhath, the son of Hasrah, keeper of the wardrobe. She lived in Jerusalem, in the Second District.
ʻEzera 2:61ʻO nā mamo a nā kāhuna; ʻo nā mamo a Habaia, ʻo nā mamo a Koza, ʻo nā mamo a Barezilai, nāna i lawe i wahine no nā kaikamāhine a Barezilai, no Gileada, a ua kapa ʻia ʻo ia ma muli o ko lākou inoa.And from among the priests: The descendants of Hobaiah, Hakkoz and Barzillai (a man who had married a daughter of Barzillai the Gileadite and was called by that name).
ʻEzera 2:65He ʻokoʻa kā lākou poʻe kauā kāne, a me kā lākou poʻe kauā wahine, ʻehiku tausani lākou, ʻekolu haneri a me kanakolukumamāhiku: a ʻo ka poʻe kāne mele o lākou, a me ka poʻe wāhine mele, ʻelua haneri lākou.besides their 7,337 menservants and maidservants; and they also had 200 men and women singers.
Neh 2:6A ʻī maila ke aliʻi iaʻu, (ʻo ke aliʻi wahine kekahi e noho pū ana me ia,) Pehea ka lōʻihi o kou manawa e hele ai? Āhea lā ʻoe e hoʻi mai ai? A he mea ʻoluʻolu ia i ke aliʻi e hoʻouna iaʻu; a haʻi aku au iā ia i manawa.Then the king, with the queen sitting beside him, asked me, "How long will your journey take, and when will you get back?" It pleased the king to send me; so I set a time.
Neh 6:14E hoʻomanaʻo ʻoe, e koʻu Akua, iā Tobia a me Sanebalata e like me kēia mau hana ʻana a lāua, a iā Noadia hoʻi, ke kāula wahine, a me nā kāula ʻē aʻe i manaʻo e hoʻomakaʻu mai iaʻu.Remember Tobiah and Sanballat, O my God, because of what they have done; remember also the prophetess Noadiah and the rest of the prophets who have been trying to intimidate me.
Neh 7:63ʻO kekahi poʻe mamo a nā kāhuna: ʻo ka Habaia, ʻo ka Koza, ʻo ka Barezilai, ka mea nāna i lawe i wahine o nā kaikamāhine a Barezilai, no Gileada, a ua kapa ʻia ʻo ia ma muli o ko lākou inoa.And from among the priests: the descendants of
Neh 7:67He ʻokoʻa kā lākou poʻe kauā kāne a me kā lākou poʻe kauā wahine, ʻehiku tausani lākou, ʻekolu haneri a me kanakolukumamāhiku: a ʻo ka poʻe kāne mele a me ka poʻe wāhine mele o lākou, ʻelua haneri a me kanahākumamālima.besides their %"7,337 menservants and maidservants; and they also had 245 men and women singers.
ʻEset 1:9ʻO Vaseti, ke aliʻi wahine kekahi, hana ihola ʻo ia i ʻahaʻaina na nā wāhine ma ka hale aliʻi o ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero.Queen Vashti also gave a banquet for the women in the royal palace of King Xerxes.
ʻEset 1:11E lawe mai lākou iā Vaseti, i ke aliʻi wahine i mua i ke alo o ke aliʻi, me ka pāpale aliʻi, e hōʻike aku i nā kānaka a me nā aliʻi, i kona maikaʻi; no ka mea, he helehelena maikaʻi kona.to bring before him Queen Vashti, wearing her royal crown, in order to display her beauty to the people and nobles, for she was lovely to look at.
ʻEset 1:12Hōʻole aʻela ke aliʻi wahine, ʻo Vaseti, ʻaʻole e hele ma ka ʻōlelo a ke aliʻi, āna i kauoha aʻe i nā luna. No laila, ukiuki loa ihola ke aliʻi, a wela ihola kona huhū i loko ona.But when the attendants delivered the king's command, Queen Vashti refused to come. Then the king became furious and burned with anger.
ʻEset 1:15Ma muli o ke kānāwai, pehea lā kākou e hana ai i ke aliʻi wahine iā Vaseti, no kona mālama ʻole ʻana i ka ʻōlelo a ke aliʻi, a ʻAhasuero, ma ka lima o nā luna?"According to law, what must be done to Queen Vashti?" he asked. "She has not obeyed the command of King Xerxes that the eunuchs have taken to her."
ʻEset 1:16A laila, ʻōlelo akula ʻo Memukana i mua i ke alo o ke aliʻi, a me nā aliʻi, Ua hana hewa ʻo Vaseti ke aliʻi wahine, ʻaʻole i ke aliʻi wale nō, akā, i nā aliʻi a pau, a me nā kānaka a pau e noho ana ma nā ʻāina a pau o ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero.Then Memucan replied in the presence of the king and the nobles, "Queen Vashti has done wrong, not only against the king but also against all the nobles and the peoples of all the provinces of King Xerxes.
ʻEset 1:17No ka mea, e kaulana aku nō ia hana a ke aliʻi wahine, i nā wāhine a pau, no laila, e hoʻowahāwahā ʻia ai kā lākou poʻe kāne e lākou, i ka wā e kaulana ai ke kauoha ʻana a ke aliʻi a ʻAhasuero e lawe ʻia mai i mua ona ʻo Vaseti ke aliʻi wahine, ʻaʻole ia i hele mai.For the queen's conduct will become known to all the women, and so they will despise their husbands and say, 'King Xerxes commanded Queen Vashti to be brought before him, but she would not come.'
ʻEset 1:18A i kēia lā, ʻo nā aliʻi wahine a pau o Peresia, a me Media, ka poʻe i lohe i ka hana a ke aliʻi wahine, e ʻōlelo nō lākou pēlā i nā kuhina o ke aliʻi. Pēlā e nui loa ai auaneʻi ka hoʻowahāwahā ʻana, a me ka ukiuki.This very day the Persian and Median women of the nobility who have heard about the queen's conduct will respond to all the king's nobles in the same way. There will be no end of disrespect and discord.
ʻEset 2:4A ʻo ke kaikamahine e leʻaleʻa ai ke aliʻi, e lilo ia i aliʻi wahine ma ka hakahaka o Vaseti. A ʻoluʻolu ke aliʻi ia mea, a hana ihola ʻo ia pēlā.Then let the girl who pleases the king be queen instead of Vashti." This advice appealed to the king, and he followed it.
ʻEset 2:9Ua maikaʻi ia kaikamahine i kona manaʻo, a loaʻa iā ia ke aloha ʻia mai e ia, a hāʻawi koke aʻela ʻo ia iā ia i nā mea ʻala e maʻemaʻe ai, a me nā mea i pili iā ia, a me nā kauā wahine ʻehiku, nā mea pono ke hāʻawi ʻia mai nona mai loko mai o ka hale o ke aliʻi. A hoʻonoho ʻo ia iā ia a me kāna mau kauā wahine, ma ka hale maikaʻi o nā wāhine.The girl pleased him and won his favor. Immediately he provided her with her beauty treatments and special food. He assigned to her seven maids selected from the king's palace and moved her and her maids into the best place in the harem.
ʻEset 2:14I ke ahiahi, komo akula ʻo ia i loko, a kakahiaka hoʻi maila, a i ka lua o ka hale o nā wāhine, ma ka lima o Saʻasegaza, ka luna o ke aliʻi nāna i mālama i nā haiā wahine; ʻaʻole ia i komo hou aku i ke aliʻi lā, ke ʻoliʻoli ʻole ke aliʻi iā ia, a hea ʻia aku hoʻi ia ma ka inoa.In the evening she would go there and in the morning return to another part of the harem to the care of Shaashgaz, the king's eunuch who was in charge of the concubines. She would not return to the king unless he was pleased with her and summoned her by name.
ʻEset 2:17A ʻoi aku ka makemake o ke aliʻi iā ʻEsetera, ma mua o nā wāhine a pau, a loaʻa iā ia ke aloha ʻia, a me ka lokomaikaʻi ʻia mai e ia, ma mua o nā wāhine puʻupaʻa a pau. A kau ihola ia i ka lei aliʻi ma luna o kona poʻo, a hoʻolilo ihola iā ia i aliʻi wahine ma ka hakahaka o Vaseti.Now the king was attracted to Esther more than to any of the other women, and she won his favor and approval more than any of the other virgins. So he set a royal crown on her head and made her queen instead of Vashti.
ʻEset 2:22A ua ʻike ʻia ia mea e Moredekai, a nāna nō i haʻi aku iā ʻEsetera, i ke aliʻi wahine; a haʻi aku ʻo ʻEsetera i ke aliʻi, ma ka inoa ʻo Moredekai.But Mordecai found out about the plot and told Queen Esther, who in turn reported it to the king, giving credit to Mordecai.
ʻEset 4:4A hele akula nā wāhine a me nā luna o ʻEsetera, a haʻi akula iā ia. A laila, ʻehaʻeha loa ke aliʻi wahine, a hoʻouna aʻela ia i ka ʻaʻahu e hōʻaʻahu ai iā Moredekai, a e lawe aku hoʻi i kona kapa ʻinoʻino. ʻAʻole naʻe ia i lawe ia mea.When Esther's maids and eunuchs came and told her about Mordecai, she was in great distress. She sent clothes for him to put on instead of his sackcloth, but he would not accept them.
ʻEset 4:11Ua ʻike nō nā kānaka a pau o ke aliʻi, a me nā lāhui kanaka o nā ʻāina o ke aliʻi, ʻo ka mea hele i ke aliʻi lā, ma ka pā hale o loko, ʻo ke kāne a me ka wahine, me ke kiʻi ʻole ʻia mai, hoʻokahi kānāwai nona, e make ia, ke ʻō ʻole mai ke aliʻi i ke koʻokoʻo aliʻi gula iā ia, i mea e ola ai. ʻAʻole hoʻi au i kiʻina mai e hele i ke aliʻi lā, i kēia mau lā he kanakolu."All the king's officials and the people of the royal provinces know that for any man or woman who approaches the king in the inner court without being summoned the king has but one law: that he be put to death. The only exception to this is for the king to extend the gold scepter to him and spare his life. But thirty days have passed since I was called to go to the king."
ʻEset 5:2A ʻike maila ke aliʻi iā ʻEsetera, i ke aliʻi wahine, e kū ana ma loko o ka pā hale, loaʻa iā ia ke aloha ʻia mai e ia; a ʻō maila ke aliʻi i ke koʻokoʻo aliʻi gula ma kona lima iā ʻEsetera. Hoʻokokoke akula ʻo ʻEsetera, a hoʻopā akula i ka wēlau o ke koʻokoʻo aliʻi.When he saw Queen Esther standing in the court, he was pleased with her and held out to her the gold scepter that was in his hand. So Esther approached and touched the tip of the scepter.
ʻEset 5:3A laila, ʻī mai ke aliʻi iā ia, He aha kāu, e ke aliʻi wahine, e ʻEsetera, a he aha hoʻi kāu mea e noi mai ai? E hāʻawi ʻia aku nō ia iā ʻoe, inā paha ʻo ka hapalua ia o ke aupuni.Then the king asked, "What is it, Queen Esther? What is your request? Even up to half the kingdom, it will be given you."
ʻEset 5:10ʻUʻumi ihola ʻo Hamana i kona manaʻo; a hoʻi akula ʻo ia i kona wahi, a laila kiʻi akula ʻo ia i kona poʻe makamaka, a me Zeresa kāna wahine.Nevertheless, Haman restrained himself and went home. Calling together his friends and Zeresh, his wife,
ʻEset 5:12ʻŌlelo akula nō hoʻi ʻo Hamana, He ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻaʻole i hoʻokomo ʻo ʻEsetera ke aliʻi wahine, i kekahi mea ʻē aʻe me ke aliʻi i ka ʻaha inu, āna i hoʻomākaukau ai, iaʻu wale nō. A ua kiʻina mai hoʻi au e hele i ona lā me ke aliʻi i ka lā ʻapōpō."And that's not all," Haman added. "I'm the only person Queen Esther invited to accompany the king to the banquet she gave. And she has invited me along with the king tomorrow.
ʻEset 5:14A laila, ʻōlelo maila iā ia ʻo Zeresa kāna wahine, a me kona poʻe makamaka a pau, E hana ʻia he ʻolokeʻa, i kanalima kūbita ke kiʻekiʻe; a ʻapōpō, e ʻōlelo aku ʻoe i ke aliʻi, i lī ʻia ʻo Moredekai ma luna o laila. A laila, e hele ʻoliʻoli ʻoe i ka ʻaha inu me ke aliʻi. Ua maikaʻi ia i ka manaʻo o Hamana, a hana ihola ʻo ia i ke ʻolokeʻa.His wife Zeresh and all his friends said to him, "Have a gallows built, seventy-five feet high, and ask the king in the morning to have Mordecai hanged on it. Then go with the king to the dinner and be happy." This suggestion delighted Haman, and he had the gallows built.
ʻEset 6:13Haʻi akula ʻo Hamana i kāna wahine iā Zeresa, a i kona poʻe makamaka a pau i nā mea a pau i loaʻa ai iā ia. A laila, ʻōlelo maila iā ia kona poʻe kānaka akamai, a me kāna wahine ʻo Zeresa, Inā no ka hanauna Iudaio ʻo ua Moredekai lā, a ua hāʻule ʻoe i mua ona i kēia wā, ʻaʻole nō ʻoe e lanakila ma luna ona, akā, e ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, e hāʻule nō ʻoe i mua ona.and told Zeresh his wife and all his friends everything that had happened to him. His advisers and his wife Zeresh said to him, "Since Mordecai, before whom your downfall has started, is of Jewish origin, you cannot stand against him--you will surely come to ruin!"
ʻEset 7:2Nīnau hou maila ke aliʻi iā ʻEsetera, i ka lua o ka lā ma ka ʻaha inu waina, He aha kāu mea e nonoi mai ai, e ke aliʻi wahine, e ʻEsetera? E hāʻawi ʻia nō ia iā ʻoe. A he aha hoʻi kāu kauoha? E hana ʻia nō ia, inā paha ʻo ka hapalua ia o ke aupuni.and as they were drinking wine on that second day, the king again asked, "Queen Esther, what is your petition? It will be given you. What is your request? Even up to half the kingdom, it will be granted."
ʻEset 7:3ʻŌlelo akula ʻo ʻEsetera ʻo ke aliʻi wahine, ʻī akula, Inā i loaʻa iaʻu ke aloha ʻia mai, i mua ou, e ke aliʻi, a inā i leʻaleʻa ke aliʻi, a laila e hāʻawi ʻia koʻu ola noʻu ma kuʻu nonoi ʻana, a me koʻu lāhui kanaka hoʻi, ma kaʻu kauoha.Then Queen Esther answered, "If I have found favor with you, O king, and if it pleases your majesty, grant me my life--this is my petition. And spare my people--this is my request.
ʻEset 7:4No ka mea, ua kūʻai ʻia e lilo aku mākou, ʻo wau, a me koʻu lāhui kanaka, e luku ʻia, a e pepehi ʻia hoʻi a make. Inā ua kūʻai ʻia a lilo aku mākou i poʻe kauā kāne, a i poʻe kauā wahine, inā ua ʻōlelo ʻole au, e hiki ʻole naʻe i ka ʻenemi e pani i ka hakahaka o ko ke aliʻi mea pohō.For I and my people have been sold for destruction and slaughter and annihilation. If we had merely been sold as male and female slaves, I would have kept quiet, because no such distress would justify disturbing the king. "
ʻEset 7:5A laila, ʻōlelo mai ke aliʻi, ʻo ʻAhasuero, nīnau maila iā ʻEsetera, i ke aliʻi wahine, ʻO wai lā ia, ʻauhea lā hoʻi ka mea i hoʻopiha i kona naʻau, e hana pēlā?King Xerxes asked Queen Esther, "Who is he? Where is the man who has dared to do such a thing?"
ʻEset 7:6ʻĪ akula ʻo ʻEsetera, ʻO ka ʻenemi ka mea i kūʻē mai, ʻo kēia Hamana hewa nō. A laila, makaʻu ʻo Hamana i mua i ke alo o ke aliʻi, a me ke aliʻi wahine.Esther said, "The adversary and enemy is this vile Haman." Then Haman was terrified before the king and queen.
ʻEset 7:7Kū aʻela ke aliʻi mai ka ʻaha inu waina, me ka huhū, a hele akula i ka pā kanu o ka hale aliʻi: a kū maila Hamana i mua o ʻEsetera, ke aliʻi wahine, e nonoi iā ia i ke ola nona; no ka mea, ua ʻike ʻo ia, ua hoʻomākaukau ʻia ka hewa nona, e ke aliʻi.The king got up in a rage, left his wine and went out into the palace garden. But Haman, realizing that the king had already decided his fate, stayed behind to beg Queen Esther for his life.
ʻEset 7:8A hoʻi maila ke aliʻi mai ka pā kanu o ka hale aliʻi, a i kahi o ka ʻaha inu waina: ua hina ʻo Hamana ma luna o kahi i moe ai ʻo ʻEsetera. A laila, ʻī ihola ke aliʻi, E puʻe anei ʻo ia i ke aliʻi wahine, i mua o koʻu alo i loko o ka hale? A puka akula ia ʻōlelo i waho o ka waha o ke aliʻi, uhi ihola lākou i ka maka o Hamana.Just as the king returned from the palace garden to the banquet hall, Haman was falling on the couch where Esther was reclining. The king exclaimed, "Will he even molest the queen while she is with me in the house?" As soon as the word left the king's mouth, they covered Haman's face.
ʻEset 8:1Ia lā, hāʻawi aʻela ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero i ko ka hale o Hamana ka ʻenemi o nā Iudaio no ʻEsetera, ke aliʻi wahine. A hele aku ʻo Moredekai i mua i ke alo o ke aliʻi, no ka mea, ua haʻi aku ʻo Esetera i kona wahi i pili ai iā ia.That same day King Xerxes gave Queen Esther the estate of Haman, the enemy of the Jews. And Mordecai came into the presence of the king, for Esther had told how he was related to her.
ʻEset 8:7A laila, ʻōlelo maila ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero iā ʻEsetera, i ke aliʻi wahine, a iā Moredekai, i ka Iudaio, Aia hoʻi, ua hāʻawi aku au i ka hale o Hamana no ʻEsetera, a ua lī lākou iā ia ma luna o ke ʻolokeʻa, no ka mea, kau nō ʻo ia i kona lima ma luna o nā Iudaio.King Xerxes replied to Queen Esther and to Mordecai the Jew, "Because Haman attacked the Jews, I have given his estate to Esther, and they have hanged him on the gallows.
ʻEset 8:10A palapala aku nō ʻo ia ma ka inoa o ke aliʻi ʻo ʻAhasuero, a hōʻailona ihola me ke komo lima o ke aliʻi, a hoʻouna ʻo ia i ka palapala ma ka lima o ko ke aliʻi mau ʻelele ma luna o nā lio, nā mea holo ma luna o nā lio māmā, a me nā hoki maikaʻi a nā lio wahine i hānau ai.Mordecai wrote in the name of King Xerxes, sealed the dispatches with the king's signet ring, and sent them by mounted couriers, who rode fast horses especially bred for the king.
ʻEset 9:12ʻĪ maila ke aliʻi iā ʻEsetera, i ke aliʻi wahine, Ua pepehi nā Iudaio, me ka luku aku i ʻelima haneri kānaka ma Susana ka pā kaua nei, a me nā keiki he ʻumi a Hamana. He aha hoʻi kā lākou i hana ai ma nā ʻāina ʻē o ke aliʻi? He aha kāu mea e nonoi mai ai? E hāʻawi ʻia nō ia iā ʻoe. He aha hoʻi kāu kauoha? E hana ʻia nō ia.The king said to Queen Esther, "The Jews have killed and destroyed five hundred men and the ten sons of Haman in the citadel of Susa. What have they done in the rest of the king's provinces? Now what is your petition? It will be given you. What is your request? It will also be granted."
ʻEset 9:29A laila, ʻo ʻEsetera, ke aliʻi wahine, ke kaikamahine a ʻAbihaila, a me Moredekai, ka Iudaio, palapala ikaika aku lāua e hoʻopaʻa i kēia palapala lua o ka Purima.So Queen Esther, daughter of Abihail, along with Mordecai the Jew, wrote with full authority to confirm this second letter concerning Purim.
ʻEset 9:31E hoʻopaʻa ia mau lā Purima, i ko lākou manawa pono e like me kā Moredekai, kā ka Iudaio, a me kā ʻEsetera, kā ke aliʻi wahine i kauoha ai iā lākou, a e like hoʻi me kā lākou i hoʻoholo ai no lākou iho, a no nā keiki me nā mamo a lākou, i nā mea hoʻi o ka hoʻokē ʻai ʻana, a me ka uē ʻana.to establish these days of Purim at their designated times, as Mordecai the Jew and Queen Esther had decreed for them, and as they had established for themselves and their descendants in regard to their times of fasting and lamentation.
Ioba 1:3ʻO kāna waiwai, ʻehiku tausani hipa me nā kao, ʻekolu tausani kāmelo, ʻelima haneri bipi kaulua, a ʻelima haneri hoki wahine, a he nui loa kona poʻe ʻōhua; no laila, ua ʻoi aku ke koʻikoʻi o kēia kanaka ma mua o nā kānaka a pau o ka hikina.and he owned seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, five hundred yoke of oxen and five hundred donkeys, and had a large number of servants. He was the greatest man among all the people of the East.
Ioba 1:14Hele mai kekahi ʻelele i o Ioba lā, ʻī maila, ʻO nā bipi kauō e hoʻopalau ana, a ʻo nā hoki wahine e ʻai ana ma ko lākou ʻaoʻao;a messenger came to Job and said, "The oxen were plowing and the donkeys were grazing nearby,
Ioba 2:9A laila ʻōlelo maila kāna wahine iā ia, Ke hoʻopaʻa nei anei ʻoe ʻānō ma kou pono? E hōʻino aku i ke Akua a make iho.His wife said to him, "Are you still holding on to your integrity? Curse God and die!"
Ioba 4:11ʻO ka liona, ua make ia no ka nele o ka mea pio, A ʻo nā keiki o ka liona wahine, ua hele liʻiliʻi lākou.The lion perishes for lack of prey, and the cubs of the lioness are scattered.
Ioba 14:1ʻO ke kanaka i hānau ʻia e ka wahine, He hapa kona mau lā, a ua piha i ka pōpilikia."Man born of woman is of few days and full of trouble.
Ioba 15:14He aha ke kanaka, i maʻemaʻe ai ʻo ia? A ʻo ka mea i hānau ʻia e ka wahine, i pono ai ʻo ia?"What is man, that he could be pure, or one born of woman, that he could be righteous?
Ioba 19:15ʻO ka poʻe e noho ana ma kuʻu hale, a me nā kauā wahine aʻu, manaʻo mai lākou iaʻu he malihini: He kanaka ʻē nō wau i ko lākou mau maka.My guests and my maidservants count me a stranger; they look upon me as an alien.
Ioba 19:17Ua ʻano ʻē kuʻu hanu i kaʻu wahine, A me kuʻu uē ʻana i nā keiki o kuʻu kino.My breath is offensive to my wife; I am loathsome to my own brothers.
Ioba 24:3Alakaʻi aku lākou i ka hoki kāne o ka poʻe makua ʻole; A lawe lākou i ka bipi a ka wahine kāne make i uku pānaʻi.They drive away the orphan's donkey and take the widow's ox in pledge.
Ioba 24:21Hoʻokaumaha ʻo ia i ka mea pā hānau ʻole, ʻAʻole ia i hana maikaʻi aku i ka wahine kāne make.They prey on the barren and childless woman, and to the widow show no kindness.
Ioba 25:4A pehea lā e hoʻāpono ʻia ai ke kanaka i mua o ke Akua? A pehea lā e maʻemaʻe ai ka mea i hānau ʻia e ka wahine?How then can a man be righteous before God? How can one born of woman be pure?
Ioba 29:13ʻO ka hoʻomaikaʻi o ka mea ʻane make i kau mai ma luna oʻu: A hoʻohauʻoli nō au i ka naʻau o ka wahine kāne make.The man who was dying blessed me; I made the widow's heart sing.
Ioba 31:9Inā ua hoʻowalewale ʻia koʻu naʻau e ka wahine, Inā ua hoʻohālua au ma ka puka o koʻu hoalauna;"If my heart has been enticed by a woman, or if I have lurked at my neighbor's door,
Ioba 31:10A laila e kaʻa palaoa kaʻu wahine na haʻi, A e kūlou nā mea ʻē ma luna ona.then may my wife grind another man's grain, and may other men sleep with her.
Ioba 31:13Inā ua hoʻowahāwahā au i ka hoʻopono ʻana i kaʻu kauā kāne a me kaʻu kauā wahine, Iā lākou i hoʻopaʻapaʻa pū ai me aʻu;"If I have denied justice to my menservants and maidservants when they had a grievance against me,
Ioba 31:16Inā ua hōʻole au i ka makemake o ka poʻe ʻilihune, A ua hoʻonāwaliwali i nā maka o ka wahine kāne make;"If I have denied the desires of the poor or let the eyes of the widow grow weary,
Ioba 42:12A hoʻomaikaʻi ʻo Iēhova i ka hope o Ioba, ma mua o kona mua: no ka mea, he ʻumikumamāhā āna tausani hipa, he ʻaono tausani kāmelo, a hoʻokahi tausani kaulua bipi, a hoʻokahi tausani hoki wahine.The LORD blessed the latter part of Job's life more than the first. He had fourteen thousand sheep, six thousand camels, a thousand yoke of oxen and a thousand donkeys.
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 45:9ʻO nā kaikamāhine a nā aliʻi kekahi i waena o kou mau wāhine hanohano; Ma kou lima ʻākau i kū mai ai ke aliʻi wahine me ke gula no ʻOpira.Daughters of kings are among your honored women; at your right hand is the royal bride in gold of Ophir.
Hal 48:6Loʻohia lākou e ka makaʻu ma laila, A me ka ʻeha e like me ko ka wahine haʻakokōhi.Trembling seized them there, pain like that of a woman in labor.
Hal 58:8Me he pūpū lā e heheʻe ana, e hele ʻē aku lākou a pau; Me he mea hānau ʻē lā ka wahine, e ʻike ʻole lākou i ka lā.Like a slug melting away as it moves along, like a stillborn child, may they not see the sun.
Hal 86:16E maliu mai ʻoe, a e aloha mai hoʻi iaʻu; E hāʻawi mai ʻoe i kou ikaika na kāu kauā nei, A e hoʻōla mai hoʻi i ke keiki a kāu kauā wahine.Turn to me and have mercy on me; grant your strength to your servant and save the son of your maidservant.
Hal 94:6Pepehi nō lākou i ka wahine kāne make, a me ka malihini, A ʻulupā hoʻi i nā keiki makua ʻole.They slay the widow and the alien; they murder the fatherless.
Hal 109:9E makua ʻole auaneʻi kāna poʻe keiki, A e lilo auaneʻi kāna wahine i wahine kāne make.May his children be fatherless and his wife a widow.
Hal 113:9A hoʻonoho hoʻi ʻo ia i ka wahine pā ma ka hale, I makuahine, e leʻaleʻa ana i nā keiki āna. E halelū aku ʻoukou iā Iēhova.He settles the barren woman in her home as a happy mother of children. Praise the LORD.
Hal 116:16Aia hoʻi, e Iēhova, ʻo wau nō kāu kauā, ʻO kāu kauā nō wau, a ʻo ke keiki hoʻi a kāu kauā wahine; Ua wehe mai ʻoe i koʻu mau mea i paʻa ai.O LORD, truly I am your servant; I am your servant, the son of your maidservant; you have freed me from my chains.
Hal 123:2Aia hoʻi, e like me nā maka o nā kauā kāne. I ka lima o ko lākou haku, E like hoʻi me nā maka o ke kauā wahine, I ka lima o kona haku wahine; Pēlā nō ko kākou maka iā Iēhova i ko kākou Akua, A aloha mai ʻo ia iā mākou.As the eyes of slaves look to the hand of their master, as the eyes of a maid look to the hand of her mistress, so our eyes look to the LORD our God, till he shows us his mercy.
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.
Sol 2:16I hoʻopakele ʻia ʻoe i ka wahine ʻē, I ka wahine malihini i hoʻomalimali ka ʻōlelo.It will save you also from the adulteress, from the wayward wife with her seductive words,
Sol 5:3No ka mea, ʻo nā lehelehe o ka wahine hoʻokamakama he meli ia e kulu ana, A ua ʻoi aku ka paheʻe o kona waha i ko ka ʻaila.For the lips of an adulteress drip honey, and her speech is smoother than oil;
Sol 5:18E hoʻomaikaʻi ʻia kou pūnāwai; A e ʻoliʻoli ʻoe me ka wahine o kou wā uʻi.May your fountain be blessed, and may you rejoice in the wife of your youth.
Sol 5:20No ke aha lā e ʻona ʻoe, e kuʻu keiki, i ka wahine ʻē, A e ʻapo ʻoe i ka wahine a haʻi ma kou umauma?Why be captivated, my son, by an adulteress? Why embrace the bosom of another man's wife?
Sol 6:24I mālama ʻia ʻoe i ka wahine ʻino, I ka malihini i hoʻomalimali me kona elelo.keeping you from the immoral woman, from the smooth tongue of the wayward wife.
Sol 6:26No ka mea, no ka wahine hoʻokamakama, E nele ke kanaka a i ka ʻāpana ʻai; Hoʻohālua nō ka wahine moekolohe i ka ʻuhane i minamina ʻia.for the prostitute reduces you to a loaf of bread, and the adulteress preys upon your very life.
Sol 6:29Pēlā ka mea e komo aʻe ana i ka wahine a kona hoalauna; ʻAʻole e ʻāpono ʻia nā mea hoʻopā iā ia.So is he who sleeps with another man's wife; no one who touches her will go unpunished.
Sol 6:32ʻO ka mea moekolohe me ka wahine, ʻaʻole ona naʻauao; ʻO ka make o kona ʻuhane kāna i hana ai.But a man who commits adultery lacks judgment; whoever does so destroys himself.
Sol 7:5I mālama ʻia ʻoe i ka wahine ʻē, I ka malihini hoʻi i hoʻomalimali mai me kāna ʻōlelo.they will keep you from the adulteress, from the wayward wife with her seductive words.
Sol 7:10Aia hoʻi, hālāwai pū me ia kekahi wahine, Ua kāhiko hoʻokamakama ʻia; Ua maʻalea kona naʻau.Then out came a woman to meet him, dressed like a prostitute and with crafty intent.
Sol 9:3Hoʻouna akula ʻo ia i kāna poʻe kauā wahine, E hea aku ma luna o nā wahi kiʻekiʻe o ke kūlanakauhale,She has sent out her maids, and she calls from the highest point of the city.
Sol 9:13ʻO ka wahine naʻaupō, he walaʻau kona; Ua manaʻo ʻole, ʻaʻole ʻo ia i ʻike i kekahi mea.The woman Folly is loud; she is undisciplined and without knowledge.
Sol 11:16ʻO ka wahine lokomaikaʻi, e loaʻa ʻiʻo nō ka mahalo ʻia mai; E loaʻa nō hoʻi ka waiwai i ka poʻe hana ikaika.A kindhearted woman gains respect, but ruthless men gain only wealth.
Sol 11:22Me he apo gula lā ma ka ihu o ka puaʻa, Pēlā ka wahine i maikaʻi ka maka a nele i ka noʻonoʻo ʻole.Like a gold ring in a pig's snout is a beautiful woman who shows no discretion.
Sol 12:4ʻO ka wahine noho pono he pāpale aliʻi ʻo ia i kāna kāne; Akā, me he mea popopo lā i kona mau iwi ka wahine e hoʻohilahila aku.A wife of noble character is her husband's crown, but a disgraceful wife is like decay in his bones.
Sol 14:1ʻO ka wahine naʻauao, ʻo ia ke kūkulu i kona hale; Wāwahi ihola ka mea naʻaupō me kona mau lima.The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.
Sol 15:25ʻO ka hale o ka poʻe haʻaheo, na Iēhova ia e hoʻohiolo; Hoʻokūpaʻa ʻo ia i ka mokuna ʻāina o ka wahine kāne make.The LORD tears down the proud man's house but he keeps the widow's boundaries intact.
Sol 18:22ʻO ka mea loaʻa iā ia ka wahine, loaʻa nō ka mea maikaʻi, Ua loaʻa hoʻi iā ia ka lokomaikaʻi no Iēhova mai.He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD.
Sol 19:13He mea pōʻino i ka makua kāne ke keiki lapuwale; He kulu mau ʻana ka hoʻopaʻapaʻa o ka wahine.A foolish son is his father's ruin, and a quarrelsome wife is like a constant dripping.
Sol 19:14ʻO ka hale a me ka waiwai, ʻo ia ka hoʻoilina no nā mākua mai; Na Iēhova mai hoʻi ka wahine manaʻo pono.Houses and wealth are inherited from parents, but a prudent wife is from the LORD.
Sol 21:9E aho ka noho ma ke kihi ma luna o ka hale, ʻAʻole hoʻi me ka wahine hakakā ma ka hale kanaka.Better to live on a corner of the roof than share a house with a quarrelsome wife.
Sol 21:19E aho ka noho ʻana ma ka wao akua, ʻAʻole me ka wahine huhū a me ka hakakā.Better to live in a desert than with a quarrelsome and ill-tempered wife.
Sol 22:14He lua hohonu ka waha o ka wahine hoʻokamakama, ʻO ka mea inaina ʻia e Iēhova, e hāʻule nō ia ma laila.The mouth of an adulteress is a deep pit; he who is under the LORD's wrath will fall into it.
Sol 23:27No ka mea, he ʻauwaha hohonu ka wahine hoʻokamakama, He lua ʻino hoʻi ka wahine ʻē.for a prostitute is a deep pit and a wayward wife is a narrow well.
Sol 25:24E aho ka noho ʻana ma kahi kihi o luna o ka hale, ʻAʻole me ka wahine nuku wale ma ka hale kanaka.Better to live on a corner of the roof than share a house with a quarrelsome wife.
Sol 27:13E lawe i ka ʻaʻahu o ka mea nāna e hoʻopānaʻi no ka malihini, E lawe hoʻi i uku nona no ka wahine ʻē.Take the garment of one who puts up security for a stranger; hold it in pledge if he does it for a wayward woman.
Sol 27:15ʻO ke kulu mau ʻana i ka lā ua, A me ka wahine nuku wale, ua like.A quarrelsome wife is like a constant dripping on a rainy day;
Sol 27:27A e nui ka waiū kao no kāu ʻai ʻana, No ka ʻai ʻana hoʻi o ko ka hale ou, A he ola nō kou poʻe kauā wahine.You will have plenty of goats' milk to feed you and your family and to nourish your servant girls.
Sol 30:19ʻO ka ʻaoʻao o ka ʻaeto ma ka lewa; ʻO ka ʻaoʻao o ka nahesa ma luna o ka pōhaku; ʻO ka ʻaoʻao o ka moku i waena o ka moana; A ʻo ka ʻaoʻao o ke kanaka me ka wahine puʻupaʻathe way of an eagle in the sky, the way of a snake on a rock, the way of a ship on the high seas, and the way of a man with a maiden.
Sol 30:20Pēnēia ka ʻaoʻao o ka wahine hoʻokamakama, ʻAi ihola ʻo ia a holoi i kona nuku, A ʻōlelo aʻe, ʻAʻole au i hana hewa."This is the way of an adulteress: She eats and wipes her mouth and says, 'I've done nothing wrong.'
Sol 30:23ʻO ka wahine huhū wale ke mare ʻia ʻo ia; A ʻo ke kauā wahine he hoʻoilina o kona haku wahine.an unloved woman who is married, and a maidservant who displaces her mistress.
Sol 31:10ʻO wai ka mea i loaʻa iā ia ka wahine noho pono? He waiwai ʻo ia i ʻoi aku i ko nā momi.A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies.
Sol 31:15I ka wanaʻao, ala ʻo ia a hāʻawi i ka ʻai na ko kona hale, A me ka mea e māʻona ai na kāna poʻe kauā wahine.She gets up while it is still dark; she provides food for her family and portions for her servant girls.
Sol 31:30He hoʻopunipuni ke aloha ʻia mai, he mea ʻole ka maka maikaʻi; ʻO ka wahine hoʻi i makaʻu iā Iēhova, ʻo ia ke hiʻilani ʻia.Charm is deceptive, and beauty is fleeting; but a woman who fears the LORD is to be praised.
Kekah 2:7Ua ʻimi a loaʻa iaʻu nā kauā kāne a me nā kauā wahine, a ua hānau hoʻi i loko o koʻu hale nā kauā; a iaʻu nō hoʻi nā holoholona nui a me nā holoholona liʻiliʻi he lehulehu, a ʻoi aku i ka poʻe ma mua ma Ierusalema.I bought male and female slaves and had other slaves who were born in my house. I also owned more herds and flocks than anyone in Jerusalem before me.
Kekah 2:8Ua hoʻoʻiliʻili nō hoʻi au noʻu i ke kālā, a me ke gula a me ka waiwai o nā aliʻi a ʻo nā ʻāina hoʻi; ua ʻimi iaʻu a loaʻa kekahi poʻe kāne mele, a me kekahi poʻe wāhine mele, a me nā mea e ʻoliʻoli ai nā keiki a kānaka, he wahine a me nā haiā wahine.I amassed silver and gold for myself, and the treasure of kings and provinces. I acquired men and women singers, and a harem as well--the delights of the heart of man.
Kekah 7:26A ua loaʻa mai iaʻu kēia, ʻo ka wahine nona ka naʻau e hoʻohihia ai, a e hoʻohei ai, nona hoʻi nā lima e paʻa ai me he kaula lā, ua ʻoi aku kona ʻawaʻawa ma mua o ka make; ʻo ka mea maikaʻi i mua o ke Akua e pakele nō ia mai ona aku lā, akā, ʻo ka mea hewa, e hihia auaneʻi ʻo ia iā ia.I find more bitter than death the woman who is a snare, whose heart is a trap and whose hands are chains. The man who pleases God will escape her, but the sinner she will ensnare.
Kekah 7:28Ka mea a koʻu ʻuhane i ʻimi ai, ʻaʻole naʻe i loaʻa; hoʻokahi kanaka ma waena o kekahi tausani ua loaʻa mai iaʻu; akā, ʻo ka wahine ma waena o kēia poʻe a pau loa, ʻaʻole i loaʻa.while I was still searching but not finding-- I found one man among a thousand, but not one woman among them all.
Kekah 9:9E noho ʻoluʻolu pū ʻoe me ka wahine āu i aloha ai i nā lā a pau o kou ola lapuwale ʻana, i hāʻawi ʻia mai ai iā ʻoe ma lalo iho o ka lā, i kou mau lā lapuwale a pau loa; no ka mea, ʻo ia kou haʻawina i kou ola ʻana, a me ka hana ʻana hoʻi āu i hana ai ma lalo iho o ka lā.Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love, all the days of this meaningless life that God has given you under the sun--all your meaningless days. For this is your lot in life and in your toilsome labor under the sun.
Kekah 11:5Me kou ʻike ʻole ʻana i ka ʻaoʻao o ka ʻuhane, a me nā iwi i loko o ka ʻōpū o ka wahine hāpai; pēlā nō, ʻaʻole ʻoe i ʻike i ka hana a ke Akua, ka mea nāna i hana nā mea a pau.As you do not know the path of the wind, or how the body is formed in a mother's womb, so you cannot understand the work of God, the Maker of all things.
Mele 1:7E haʻi mai iaʻu, e ka mea a koʻu ʻuhane i aloha ai, Ai lā i hea ʻoe i hānai mai, Ma hea lā ʻoe i hoʻomaha ai i ke awakea? No ke aha lā wau i lilo ai, Me he wahine lā i uhi ʻia, Ma nā poʻe hipa a kou mau hoa noho?Tell me, you whom I love, where you graze your flock and where you rest your sheep at midday. Why should I be like a veiled woman beside the flocks of your friends?
Mele 1:9Ua hoʻohālike au iā ʻoe, e kaʻu mea i aloha ai, Me he lio wahine lā i loko o nā kaʻa o Paraʻo.I liken you, my darling, to a mare harnessed to one of the chariots of Pharaoh.
Mele 4:8E hele pū me aʻu, mai Lebanona mai, e kaʻu wahine, Me aʻu pū, mai Lebanona mai, E nānā mai ka piko mai o ʻAmana, Mai ka piko mai o Sinera, a me Heremona, Mai ka lua mai o nā liona, A mai ka mauna mai o nā leopadi.Come with me from Lebanon, my bride, come with me from Lebanon. Descend from the crest of Amana, from the top of Senir, the summit of Hermon, from the lions' dens and the mountain haunts of the leopards.
Mele 4:9Ua hoʻoʻeha mai ʻoe i koʻu naʻau, e koʻu kaikuahine, e kaʻu wahine; Ua hoʻoʻeha mai ʻoe i koʻu naʻau me kekahi o kou mau maka, Me kekahi lei hoʻi o kou ʻāʻī.You have stolen my heart, my sister, my bride; you have stolen my heart with one glance of your eyes, with one jewel of your necklace.
Mele 4:10Nani kou aloha, e koʻu kaikuahine, e kaʻu wahine! Maikaʻi kou aloha ma mua o ka waina, A me ke ʻala o kou mea kāhinu, Ma mua o nā mea ʻala a pau loa.How delightful is your love, my sister, my bride! How much more pleasing is your love than wine, and the fragrance of your perfume than any spice!
Mele 4:11ʻO kou lehelehe, e kaʻu wahine, ua hāʻule ka meli ma laila iho; Aia ma lalo iho o kou elelo, ka meli a me ka waiū; A ʻo ke ʻala o kou kapa, Ua like ia me ke ʻala o Lebanona.Your lips drop sweetness as the honeycomb, my bride; milk and honey are under your tongue. The fragrance of your garments is like that of Lebanon.
Mele 4:12ʻO koʻu kaikuahine, ʻo kaʻu wahine, he kīhāpai ia i paʻa i ka pā, He kiʻo wai i uhi ʻia, he pūnāwai hoʻi i kāpili ʻia.You are a garden locked up, my sister, my bride; you are a spring enclosed, a sealed fountain.
Mele 5:1Ua komo au i loko o koʻu kīhāpai, e koʻu kaikuahine, e kaʻu wahine; Ua ʻohi au i koʻu mura mea ʻala; Ua ʻai au i koʻu waihona meli me koʻu meli; Ua inu au i koʻu waina me koʻu waiū; E ʻai, e koʻu poʻe makamaka, E inu, ʻo ia hoʻi, e inu nui, e kaʻu poʻe i aloha ai.I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice. I have eaten my honeycomb and my honey; I have drunk my wine and my milk. Eat, O friends, and drink; drink your fill, O lovers.
Mele 6:8Aia nā wāhine aliʻi he kanaono, ʻElua kanahā haiā wahine, A ʻo ka poʻe puʻupaʻa hoʻi, ʻaʻole lākou e pau i ka helu ʻia.Sixty queens there may be, and eighty concubines, and virgins beyond number;
Mele 6:9ʻO kaʻu manu nūnū, koʻu mea maʻemaʻe, hoʻokahi nō ia, He kama kahi ia na kona makuahine, ʻO ia wale nō ka mea i aloha ʻia e ka mea nāna ia i hānau mai. Ua ʻike nā kaikamāhine iā ia, a hoʻomaikaʻi akula lākou; ʻO nā aliʻi wahine a me nā haiā wahine hoʻi, Ua hoʻonani pū lākou iā ia.but my dove, my perfect one, is unique, the only daughter of her mother, the favorite of the one who bore her. The maidens saw her and called her blessed; the queens and concubines praised her.
ʻIsaia 1:17E aʻo i ka hana maikaʻi, E ʻimi i ka hoʻopono, E alakaʻi pololei i ka mea i hoʻokaumaha ʻia; E hoʻopono i nā keiki makua ʻole, E kōkua i ka wahine kāne make.learn to do right! Seek justice, encourage the oppressed. Defend the cause of the fatherless, plead the case of the widow.
ʻIsaia 1:21Auē, ua lilo ke kūlanakauhale pono i wahine moekolohe! I kēlā wā, piha nō i ka hoʻopono, A noho nō ka maikaʻi ma loko; I kēia wā hoʻi, he poʻe pepehi kanaka.See how the faithful city has become a harlot! She once was full of justice; righteousness used to dwell in her-- but now murderers!
ʻIsaia 1:23He poʻe hoʻokekeʻe kou poʻe aliʻi, He poʻe hoa no nā ʻaihue; Ua makemake lākou a pau i ka waiwai kīpē, Ua ʻimi nō i ka uku ʻia mai; ʻAʻole lākou i hoʻopono i nā keiki makua ʻole, ʻAʻole hoʻi i hiki i mua o lākou ka mea hoʻopono ʻia o ka wahine kāne make.Your rulers are rebels, companions of thieves; they all love bribes and chase after gifts. They do not defend the cause of the fatherless; the widow's case does not come before them.
ʻIsaia 7:14No laila, na ka Haku ponoʻī nō e hāʻawi mai iā ʻoukou i hōʻailona; Aia hoʻi! E hāpai ana nō kekahi wahine puʻupaʻa, A e hānau mai hoʻi ia i keiki, A e kapa aku nō ʻo ia i kona inoa, ʻo ʻIMANUʻELA.Therefore the Lord himself will give you a sign: The virgin will be with child and will give birth to a son, and will call him Immanuel.
ʻIsaia 8:3A ua hoʻokokoke au i ke kāula wahine, a ua hāpai nō ia, a ua hānau, he keiki kāne. ʻĪ maila ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, E kapa aku i kona inoa, Mahera-sala-hasaba.Then I went to the prophetess, and she conceived and gave birth to a son. And the LORD said to me, "Name him Maher-Shalal-Hash-Baz.
ʻIsaia 11:7E ʻai pū nō ka bipi wahine, a me ka bea, E moe pū kā lākou mau keiki; A e ʻai nō hoʻi ka liona i ka mauʻu maloʻo, me he bipi lā.The cow will feed with the bear, their young will lie down together, and the lion will eat straw like the ox.
ʻIsaia 13:8E makaʻu auaneʻi lākou; E loʻohia lākou i ka ʻeha nui, a me ka nahu kuakoko, E nui loa auaneʻi ko lākou ʻeha, e like me ke kuakoko o ka wahine hānau keiki; E haka pono nō kekahi i kekahi me ka makaʻu, E like ana ko lākou maka me ka lapalapa ahi.Terror will seize them, pain and anguish will grip them; they will writhe like a woman in labor. They will look aghast at each other, their faces aflame.
ʻIsaia 14:2E lawe nā lāhui kanaka iā lākou, A e hoʻihoʻi iā lākou i ko lākou wahi iho; A e noho nō lākou ma muli o ko ka hale o ka ʻIseraʻela, I kauā kāne, a i kauā wahine, ma ka ʻāina o Iēhova; A e lawe pio lākou i ka poʻe i hoʻopio ai iā lākou, A e noho aliʻi lākou ma luna o ka poʻe nāna lākou i hoʻokaumaha.Nations will take them and bring them to their own place. And the house of Israel will possess the nations as menservants and maidservants in the LORD's land. They will make captives of their captors and rule over their oppressors.
ʻIsaia 21:3No laila i piha ai koʻu pūhaka i ka ʻeha, Ua loʻohia au i ke nahu kuakoko, E like me ke kuakoko o ka wahine hānau keiki; Kūpaka au i kuʻu lohe ʻana, Makaʻu nō hoʻi au i kuʻu ʻike ʻana.At this my body is racked with pain, pangs seize me, like those of a woman in labor; I am staggered by what I hear, I am bewildered by what I see.
ʻIsaia 23:12A ua ʻōlelo mai ia, ʻAʻole ʻoe e hoʻōho lanakila hou, E ka wahine puʻupaʻa i puʻe wale ʻia, ke kaikamahine a Zidona; E kū i luna, e hele i kēlā ʻaoʻao, i Kitima; ʻAʻole naʻe e loaʻa iā ʻoe ka maha ma laila.He said, "No more of your reveling, O Virgin Daughter of Sidon, now crushed! "Up, cross over to Cyprus; even there you will find no rest."
ʻIsaia 23:15A hiki aku i kēlā lā, E hoʻopoina ʻia nō ʻo Turo i nā makahiki he kanahiku, E like me nā makahiki o ke aliʻi hoʻokahi: A pau nā makahiki he kanahiku, A laila, e ʻoliʻoli nō ʻo Turo me kā ka wahine hoʻokamakama.At that time Tyre will be forgotten for seventy years, the span of a king's life. But at the end of these seventy years, it will happen to Tyre as in the song of the prostitute:
ʻIsaia 23:16E lawe ʻoe i ka lira, e pōʻai i ke kūlanakauhale, E ka wahine hoʻokamakama i hoʻopoina ʻia: E hoʻokanikani maikaʻi, e hoʻonui i ka ʻoliʻoli, I hoʻomanaʻo hou ʻia ai ʻoe."Take up a harp, walk through the city, O prostitute forgotten; play the harp well, sing many a song, so that you will be remembered."
ʻIsaia 24:2E hiki mai auaneʻi kēia, E like me kānaka, pēlā nō ke kahuna; E like me ke kauā kāne, pēlā nō kona haku kāne; E like me ke kauā wahine, pēlā nō kona haku wahine; E like me ka mea kūʻai mai, pēlā nō ka mea kūʻai aku; E like me ka mea noi, pēlā nō ka mea hāʻawi; E like me ka mea loaʻa ka uku hoʻopaneʻe, Pēlā nō ka mea hāʻawi i ka uku hoʻopaneʻe.it will be the same for priest as for people, for master as for servant, for mistress as for maid, for seller as for buyer, for borrower as for lender, for debtor as for creditor.
ʻIsaia 26:17E like me ka wahine hāpai, a kokoke mai kona manawa e hānau ai, Ua nui kona ʻeha, a uē iho ʻo ia no ke kuakoko ʻana; Pēlā nō mākou i mua ou, e Iēhova.As a woman with child and about to give birth writhes and cries out in her pain, so were we in your presence, O LORD.
ʻIsaia 30:6Ua kaumaha nā holoholona o ke kūkulu hema, ʻO nā mea hali, no ka ʻāina e kaniʻuhū ai, a e ʻeha ai hoʻi, Ma kahi o ka liona wahine, a me ka liona kāne, Ka moʻo niho ʻawa, a me ka moʻo lele; Lawe nō lākou i ko lākou waiwai ma ke kua o nā hoki ʻōpiopio, A me ko lākou ukana hoʻi, ma nā puʻu o nā kāmelo, E lilo i nā kānaka kōkua ʻole iā lākou.An oracle concerning the animals of the Negev: Through a land of hardship and distress, of lions and lionesses, of adders and darting snakes, the envoys carry their riches on donkeys' backs, their treasures on the humps of camels, to that unprofitable nation,
ʻIsaia 42:14Ua noho ʻekemu ʻole au, mai kahiko loa mai; Ua noho mālie au, ua ʻuʻumi au i ka ʻōlelo: Akā, ʻānō, e kāhea aku nō wau, e like me ka wahine hānau keiki; E luku aku nō au, e hoʻopau pū nō hoʻi."For a long time I have kept silent, I have been quiet and held myself back. But now, like a woman in childbirth, I cry out, I gasp and pant.
ʻIsaia 47:5E noho ʻekemu ʻole ʻoe, a e hele aku hoʻi, a i loko o ka pouli, E ke kaikamahine o ko Kaledea; No ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoe e kapa hou ʻia, He haku wahine o nā aupuni."Sit in silence, go into darkness, Daughter of the Babylonians; no more will you be called queen of kingdoms.
ʻIsaia 47:7Ua ʻōlelo nō ʻoe, E mau loa nō koʻu noho haku wahine ʻana; ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe i manaʻo i kēia mau mea ma kou naʻau, ʻAʻole i noʻonoʻo i kona hope.You said, 'I will continue forever-- the eternal queen!' But you did not consider these things or reflect on what might happen.
ʻIsaia 47:8No laila, e hoʻolohe mai ʻoe i kēia, e ka mea ʻoliʻoli, Ka mea e noho makaʻu ʻole ana; Ka mea ʻōlelo ma kou naʻau, ʻO wau ana nō, ʻaʻohe mea ʻē aʻe, ke kaʻawale au; ʻAʻole au e noho wahine kāne make ana, ʻAʻole hoʻi au e ʻike i ka lilo keiki ʻana."Now then, listen, you wanton creature, lounging in your security and saying to yourself, 'I am, and there is none besides me. I will never be a widow or suffer the loss of children.'
ʻIsaia 47:9Akā, e kau hoʻohikilele mai nō kēia mau mea ʻelua ma luna ou, ma ka lā hoʻokahi, ʻO ka lilo keiki ʻana, a me ka wahine kāne make ʻana: E kau loa mai nō ia mau mea ma luna ou ma ka ʻoiaʻiʻo maoli, No ka nui o kou kilokilo ʻana, a no ka nui loa o kou hoʻopiʻopiʻo ʻana.Both of these will overtake you in a moment, on a single day: loss of children and widowhood. They will come upon you in full measure, in spite of your many sorceries and all your potent spells.
ʻIsaia 49:15E hiki anei i ka wahine ke hoʻopoina i kāna keiki ʻai waiū, I ʻole ia e aloha aku i ke keiki a kona ʻōpū? ʻO ia, e hiki nō iā lākou ke hoʻopoina, Akā, ʻaʻole au e hoʻopoina iā ʻoe."Can a mother forget the baby at her breast and have no compassion on the child she has borne? Though she may forget, I will not forget you!
ʻIsaia 49:18E ʻalawa aʻe ʻoe i kou mau maka ma ʻō, a ma ʻō, e nānā hoʻi; ʻĀkoakoa mai lākou a pau, a hele mai i ou lā. Me aʻu e ola nei, wahi a Iēhova, E ʻaʻahu ʻiʻo nō ʻoe iā lākou a pau me he kāhiko lā, A e kākoʻo hoʻi iā lākou, e like me ka wahine mare.Lift up your eyes and look around; all your sons gather and come to you. As surely as I live," declares the LORD, "you will wear them all as ornaments; you will put them on, like a bride.
ʻIsaia 54:1E ʻoli ʻoe, e ka mea pā, ka mea i hānau ʻole hoʻi; E ʻoli i ke ʻoli, a e hauʻoli hoʻi, e ka mea kuakoko ʻole; No ka mea, ua nui aku nā keiki a ka mea i neoneo, i nā keiki a ka wahine i mare ʻia, wahi a Iēhova."Sing, O barren woman, you who never bore a child; burst into song, shout for joy, you who were never in labor; because more are the children of the desolate woman than of her who has a husband," says the LORD.
ʻIsaia 54:4Mai makaʻu ʻoe, no ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoe e hilahila, Mai hoʻopalai maka, no ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻoe hoʻohilahila ʻia; E hoʻopoina nō hoʻi ʻoe i ka hilahila o kou wā ʻōpiopio, ʻAʻole hoʻi e manaʻo hou i ka hoʻowahāwahā ʻia o kou noho wahine kāne make ʻana."Do not be afraid; you will not suffer shame. Do not fear disgrace; you will not be humiliated. You will forget the shame of your youth and remember no more the reproach of your widowhood.
ʻIsaia 54:6No ka mea, ua hea aku ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe, E like me ka wahine i haʻalele ʻia, a kaumaha hoʻi ma ka naʻau, Ka wahine hoʻi i ka wā ʻōpiopio; No ka mea, e hōʻole ʻia ʻo ia, wahi a ke Akua ou.The LORD will call you back as if you were a wife deserted and distressed in spirit-- a wife who married young, only to be rejected," says your God.
ʻIsaia 57:3E hoʻokokoke mai ʻoukou i ʻaneʻi, e nā keiki a ke kilo wahine, Nā keiki hoʻi a ke kāne moekolohe, a me ka wahine hoʻokamakama."But you--come here, you sons of a sorceress, you offspring of adulterers and prostitutes!
ʻIsaia 61:10E ʻoliʻoli nui au iā Iēhova, E hauʻoli nō koʻu ʻuhane ma koʻu Akua; No ka mea, ua hōʻaʻahu mai ʻo ia iaʻu i nā ʻaʻahu o ke ola, Ua uhi mai ʻo ia iaʻu i ka holokū o ka pono, E like me ka hoʻonani ʻana o ke kāne mare iā ia iho i nā kāhiko, E like hoʻi me ka wahine mare i kāhiko ʻia i kona mea gula.I delight greatly in the LORD; my soul rejoices in my God. For he has clothed me with garments of salvation and arrayed me in a robe of righteousness, as a bridegroom adorns his head like a priest, and as a bride adorns herself with her jewels.
ʻIsaia 62:5No ka mea, e like me ka mare ʻana o ke kanaka ʻōpiopio i ka wahine puʻupaʻa, Pēlā nō e mare ai kāu mau keiki kāne iā ʻoe. E like hoʻi me ka ʻoliʻoli ʻana o ke kāne mare i ka wahine i mare hou ʻia, Pēlā nō e ʻoliʻoli ai kou Akua iā ʻoe.As a young man marries a maiden, so will your sons marry you; as a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will your God rejoice over you.
Ier 2:32E hiki anei i ke kaikamahine ke hoʻopoina i kona kāhiko ʻana, a me ka wahine mare hoʻi i kona kāʻei? Akā, ua hoʻopoina koʻu poʻe kānaka iaʻu i nā lā pau ʻole i ka helu.Does a maiden forget her jewelry, a bride her wedding ornaments? Yet my people have forgotten me, days without number.
Ier 3:1Ke ʻōlelo nei lākou, Inā kipaku ke kāne i kāna wahine, a hele aku ʻo ia, mai ona aku lā, a lilo na ke kanaka ʻē, e hoʻi hou anei kēlā iā ia? ʻAʻole anei e hoʻohaumia loa ʻia kēlā ʻāina? Ua moekolohe nō naʻe ʻoe me nā ipo he nui loa; akā, e hoʻi hou mai ʻoe iaʻu, wahi a Iēhova."If a man divorces his wife and she leaves him and marries another man, should he return to her again? Would not the land be completely defiled? But you have lived as a prostitute with many lovers-- would you now return to me?" declares the LORD.
Ier 3:3No laila, ua kāohi ʻia ka ua, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hiki mai ka ua hope ʻana. Aia nō iā ʻoe ka maka o ka wahine hoʻokamakama; hōʻole nō ʻoe, ʻaʻole ʻoe e hoʻopalai maka.Therefore the showers have been withheld, and no spring rains have fallen. Yet you have the brazen look of a prostitute; you refuse to blush with shame.
Ier 3:20ʻOiaʻiʻo, e like me ka wahine haʻalele ʻino i kāna kāne, pēlā ʻoukou i haʻalele ʻino mai ai iaʻu, e ko ka hale o ka ʻIseraʻela, wahi a Iēhova.But like a woman unfaithful to her husband, so you have been unfaithful to me, O house of Israel," declares the LORD.
Ier 4:31No ka mea, ua lohe nō au i ka leo, e like me ko ka wahine e hānau keiki ana, a i ke kuakoko, e like me ko ka wahine i hānau i kāna hiapo, i ka leo hoʻi o ke kaikamahine o Ziona e kūmākena ana iā ia iho, e hohola ana hoʻi i kona mau lima, me ka ʻōlelo iho, Auē au ʻānō! No ka mea, ua paupauaho kuʻu ʻuhane no ka poʻe pepehi kanaka.I hear a cry as of a woman in labor, a groan as of one bearing her first child-- the cry of the Daughter of Zion gasping for breath, stretching out her hands and saying, "Alas! I am fainting; my life is given over to murderers."
Ier 5:8Holoholo lākou e like me nā lio i hānai maikaʻi ʻia; ʻuhūʻuhū kēlā mea kēia mea o lākou i ka wahine a kona hoalauna.They are well-fed, lusty stallions, each neighing for another man's wife.
Ier 6:11No laila, ua piha au i ka inaina o Iēhova; ua auka au i ka ʻuʻumi ʻana. E ninini aku au ia ma luna o nā kamaliʻi ma waho, ma luna pū nō me ka ʻaha kanaka uʻi; no ka mea, e lawe pio pū ʻia nō ke kāne me ka wahine, ʻo ka mea ʻelemakule me ka mea i nui kona mau lā.But I am full of the wrath of the LORD, and I cannot hold it in. "Pour it out on the children in the street and on the young men gathered together; both husband and wife will be caught in it, and the old, those weighed down with years.
Ier 6:24Ua lohe mākou i kona kaulana, ua nāwaliwali hoʻi ko mākou mau lima; ua loʻohia mākou i ka haʻalulu, a me ke kuakoko e like me ko ka wahine hānau keiki.We have heard reports about them, and our hands hang limp. Anguish has gripped us, pain like that of a woman in labor.
Ier 7:18Hōʻiliʻili nō nā keiki i ka wahie, a hoʻā nā mākua kāne i ke ahi, a kaʻawili nā wāhine i ka palaoa, e hana i papa palaoa no ke aliʻi wahine o ka lani, a ninini i ka mōhai inu no nā akua ʻē, i mea e hoʻonāukiuki mai ai iaʻu.The children gather wood, the fathers light the fire, and the women knead the dough and make cakes of bread for the Queen of Heaven. They pour out drink offerings to other gods to provoke me to anger.
Ier 7:34A laila, ma loko o nā kūlanakauhale o ka Iuda, a ma nā alanui o Ierusalema, e hoʻōki nō wau i ka leo o ke ʻoli, a me ka leo o ka hauʻoli, a me ka leo o ke kāne mare, a me ka leo o ka wahine mare; a e neoneo auaneʻi ka ʻāina.I will bring an end to the sounds of joy and gladness and to the voices of bride and bridegroom in the towns of Judah and the streets of Jerusalem, for the land will become desolate.
Ier 13:18E ʻī aku i ke aliʻi kāne a i ke aliʻi wahine, E hoʻohaʻahaʻa iā ʻolua iho, e noho i lalo; no ka mea, e hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻia nō ko ʻolua mau poʻokela, a me ka lei aliʻi o ko ʻolua nani.Say to the king and to the queen mother, "Come down from your thrones, for your glorious crowns will fall from your heads."
Ier 13:21Pehea lā ʻoe e ʻōlelo ai i ka wā e hoʻopaʻi mai ʻo ia iā ʻoe? ʻAʻole anei e loʻohia ʻoe i ka ʻeha e like me ka wahine hānau keiki, no ka mea, ua aʻo aku nō ʻoe iā lākou e noho kāpena, a e noho aliʻi ma luna ou.What will you say when sets over you those you cultivated as your special allies? Will not pain grip you like that of a woman in labor?
Ier 16:2Mai lawe ʻoe i wahine nāu, ʻaʻole hoʻi e loaʻa iā ʻoe nā keiki kāne, a me nā kaikamāhine ma kēia wahi."You must not marry and have sons or daughters in this place."
Ier 16:9No ka mea, penei ka ʻōlelo ʻana mai a Iēhova o nā kaua, ke Akua, o ka ʻIseraʻela; Aia hoʻi, i mua o ko ʻoukou mau maka, a i ko ʻoukou mau lā hoʻi, e hoʻōki aku au mai kēia wahi aku, i ka leo o ka ʻoliʻoli, a i ka leo o ka hauʻoli, i ka leo o ke kāne mare, a i ka leo o ka wahine mare.For this is what the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: Before your eyes and in your days I will bring an end to the sounds of joy and gladness and to the voices of bride and bridegroom in this place.
Ier 18:13No laila, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova penei, E nīnau ʻoukou i waena o ko nā ʻāina ʻē, ʻO wai ka mea i lohe i nā mea e like me ia? Ua hana nō ka wahine puʻupaʻa o ka ʻIseraʻela i ka mea hoʻopailua loa.Therefore this is what the LORD says: "Inquire among the nations: Who has ever heard anything like this? A most horrible thing has been done by Virgin Israel.
Ier 22:3Ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova penei; E hana ʻoukou i ka hoʻoponopono, a me ka maikaʻi, a e hoʻopakele i ka mea i hao ʻia, mai ka lima aku o ka mea hoʻokaumaha: mai hana i ka mea i hewa, mai hana i ka mea kolohe i ka malihini, a i ke keiki makua ʻole, a i ka wahine kāne make: mai hoʻokahe hoʻi i ke koko hala ʻole ma kēia wahi.This is what the LORD says: Do what is just and right. Rescue from the hand of his oppressor the one who has been robbed. Do no wrong or violence to the alien, the fatherless or the widow, and do not shed innocent blood in this place.
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 25:10A e lawe nō wau, mai o lākou aku, i ka leo o ka ʻoliʻoli, a me ka leo o ka hauʻoli, i ka leo o ke kāne mare, a me ka leo o ka wahine mare, i ke kani ʻana o nā pōhaku kaʻa palaoa, a me ka mālamalama o ke kukui.I will banish from them the sounds of joy and gladness, the voices of bride and bridegroom, the sound of millstones and the light of the lamp.
Ier 29:2(Ma hope iho o ka hele ʻana o Iekonia, ke aliʻi, a me ke aliʻi wahine, a me nā luna a me nā kaukaualiʻi o ka Iuda a me Ierusalema, a me nā kamanā, a me nā ʻāmara, a puka akula ma waho o Ierusalema;)(This was after King Jehoiachin and the queen mother, the court officials and the leaders of Judah and Jerusalem, the craftsmen and the artisans had gone into exile from Jerusalem.)
Ier 30:6E nīnau hoʻi ʻoukou, i ʻike ʻoukou, inā paha e hānau ai ke kāne i keiki. No ke aha lā wau e ʻike nei i kēlā kanaka i kēia kanaka, e kau ana kona mau lima ma kona pūhaka, e like me ka wahine e haʻakōhi ana, a ua nananakea hoʻi nā maka a pau?Ask and see: Can a man bear children? Then why do I see every strong man with his hands on his stomach like a woman in labor, every face turned deathly pale?
Ier 31:8Aia hoʻi, e lawe nō wau iā lākou, mai ka ʻāina o ke kūkulu ʻākau mai, a e hōʻiliʻili hoʻi iā lākou, mai nā mokuna mai o ka honua, me lākou pū nō, ka poʻe makapō, a me ka poʻe ʻoʻopa, a me ka wahine hāpai, a me ka wahine hānau keiki ʻana; he poʻe nui kai hoʻi pū mai.See, I will bring them from the land of the north and gather them from the ends of the earth. Among them will be the blind and the lame, expectant mothers and women in labor; a great throng will return.
Ier 31:13A laila, e ʻoliʻoli nō ka wahine puʻupaʻa ma ka haʻa ʻana, ʻo nā kānaka ʻōpiopio a me nā ʻelemākule pū; no ka mea, e hoʻololi au i ko lākou kaumaha ʻana i ʻoliʻoli, a e hoʻomaha au iā lākou, a e hoʻohauʻoli iā lākou mai loko mai o ko lākou kaumaha.Then maidens will dance and be glad, young men and old as well. I will turn their mourning into gladness; I will give them comfort and joy instead of sorrow.
Ier 31:22Pehea lā ka lōʻihi o kou ʻaeʻa ʻana aku, e ke kaikamahine hoʻi hope? No ka mea, ua hana ʻo Iēhova i ka mea hou ma ka honua, na ka wahine nō e hoʻomalu i ke kāne.How long will you wander, O unfaithful daughter? The LORD will create a new thing on earth-- a woman will surround a man."
Ier 33:11E lohe hou ʻia nō ka leo o ka ʻoliʻoli, a me ka leo o ka hauʻoli; ka leo o ke kāne mare, a me ka leo o ka wahine mare; ka leo hoʻi o ka poʻe e ʻōlelo ana, E hoʻomaikaʻi iā Iēhova o nā kaua, no ka mea, ua maikaʻi ʻo Iēhova no kona lokomaikaʻi mau loa; ʻo ko ka poʻe hoʻi e lawe ana i nā mōhai hoʻomana i loko o ka hale o Iēhova. No ka mea, e hoʻihoʻi nō wau i nā pio o ka ʻāina, e like me ka wā ma mua, wahi a Iēhova.the sounds of joy and gladness, the voices of bride and bridegroom, and the voices of those who bring thank offerings to the house of the LORD, saying, "Give thanks to the LORD Almighty, for the LORD is good; his love endures forever." For I will restore the fortunes of the land as they were before,' says the LORD.
Ier 34:9I kuʻu wale aku kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kāna kauā kāne, a ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kāna kauā wahine, inā he Hebera kāne, a inā he Hebera wahine, i hoʻopaʻa ʻole ai kekahi i kona hoahānau Hebera i kauā luhi wale nāna.Everyone was to free his Hebrew slaves, both male and female; no one was to hold a fellow Jew in bondage.
Ier 34:10A lohe nā aliʻi a pau, a me nā kānaka a pau i komo i ka berita, e hoʻokuʻu ana kēlā mea kēia mea i kāna kauā kāne, a ʻo kēlā mea kēia mea i kāna kauā wahine, i ʻole lākou e hoʻopaʻa iā lākou i kauā, a laila hoʻolohe aʻela lākou, a kuʻu aʻela.So all the officials and people who entered into this covenant agreed that they would free their male and female slaves and no longer hold them in bondage. They agreed, and set them free.
Ier 34:11A ma hope iho, huli lākou, a hoʻihoʻi aʻela lākou i nā kauā kāne, a me nā kauā wahine a lākou i kuʻu iho ai, a hoʻokauā aʻela iā lākou i kauā kāne, a i kauā wahine.But afterward they changed their minds and took back the slaves they had freed and enslaved them again.
Ier 34:16Akā, ua huli ʻoukou, a ua hoʻohaumia i koʻu inoa, a ua hoʻihoʻi mai kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kāna kauā kāne, ʻo kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka i kāna kauā wahine a lākou i kuʻu wale ai ma ko lākou makemake, a ua hoʻokauā hou iā lākou, i lilo lākou i kauā kāne a i kauā wahine na ʻoukou.But now you have turned around and profaned my name; each of you has taken back the male and female slaves you had set free to go where they wished. You have forced them to become your slaves again.
Ier 44:7No laila, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova, ke Akua o nā kaua, ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, No ke aha lā ʻoukou e hana nei i kēia hewa nui i ko ʻoukou ʻuhane iho, e hōʻoki aʻe mai o ʻoukou aku, i ke kāne a me ka wahine, a me ke kamaliʻi, a me ke keiki ʻai waiū, mai ka Iuda aku i koe ʻole kekahi no ʻoukou;"Now this is what the LORD God Almighty, the God of Israel, says: Why bring such great disaster on yourselves by cutting off from Judah the men and women, the children and infants, and so leave yourselves without a remnant?
Ier 44:17Akā, ʻoiaʻiʻo nō, e hana mākou i nā mea a pau i puka aku, mai ko mākou waha aku, e puhi i ka mea ʻala no ke aliʻi wahine o ka lani, a e ninini hoʻi i nā mōhai inu iā ia, me mākou i hana ai, ʻo mākou a me ko mākou poʻe mākua, a me ko mākou poʻe aliʻi, a me ko mākou poʻe luna, ma nā kūlanakauhale o ka Iuda, a ma nā alanui o Ierusalema: no ka mea, ia manawa he nui kā mākou ʻai, ʻaʻole hoʻi o mākou maʻi, ʻaʻole mākou i ʻike i ka ʻino.We will certainly do everything we said we would: We will burn incense to the Queen of Heaven and will pour out drink offerings to her just as we and our fathers, our kings and our officials did in the towns of Judah and in the streets of Jerusalem. At that time we had plenty of food and were well off and suffered no harm.
Ier 44:18Akā, ma hope mai o ko mākou hoʻōki ʻana e kuni i ka mea ʻala no ke aliʻi wahine o ka lani, a e ninini hoʻi i mōhai inu nona, ua nele mākou i nā mea a pau, a ua oki loa mākou i ka pahi kaua a me ka wī.But ever since we stopped burning incense to the Queen of Heaven and pouring out drink offerings to her, we have had nothing and have been perishing by sword and famine."
Ier 44:19I ka wā i kuni ai mākou i ka mea ʻala no ke aliʻi wahine o ka lani, a ninini i mōhai inu nona, ʻaʻole anei a mākou kāne, iā mākou i hana ai i papa berena nāna, i mea hoʻomana, a iā mākou i ninini ai i mōhai inu nona?The women added, "When we burned incense to the Queen of Heaven and poured out drink offerings to her, did not our husbands know that we were making cakes like her image and pouring out drink offerings to her?"
Ier 44:25ʻŌlelo mai ʻo Iēhova o nā kaua, ke Akua o ka ʻIseraʻela, penei; ʻī maila, Ua ʻōlelo nō ʻoukou, a me kā ʻoukou wāhine, ma ko ʻoukou mau waha, a ua hana hoʻi ko ʻoukou mau lima, ua ʻī mai ʻoukou, ʻOiaʻiʻo nō e hoʻokō nō mākou i ko mākou hoʻohiki ʻana a mākou i hoʻohiki ai, e kuni i ka mea ʻala no ke aliʻi wahine o ka lani, a e ninini i mōhai inu nona; e hoʻokō ʻiʻo nō ʻoukou i ko ʻoukou hoʻohiki ʻana, a e hana ʻiʻo nō ʻoukou i nā mea a ʻoukou i hoʻohiki ai.This is what the LORD Almighty, the God of Israel, says: You and your wives have shown by your actions what you promised when you said, 'We will certainly carry out the vows we made to burn incense and pour out drink offerings to the Queen of Heaven.' "Go ahead then, do what you promised! Keep your vows!
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 46:20He keiki bipi wahine maikaʻi ʻo ʻAigupita, ke hele mai nei kona make, mai ka ʻākau mai ka hele ʻana."Egypt is a beautiful heifer, but a gadfly is coming against her from the north.
Ier 48:19E ka wahine e noho lā ma ʻAroera, E kū ma ke alanui, a e nānā; E nīnau aku i ka mea e heʻe ana, A i ka wahine hoʻi i pakele, E ʻī aku, He aha ka mea i hana ʻia?Stand by the road and watch, you who live in Aroer. Ask the man fleeing and the woman escaping, ask them, 'What has happened?'
Ier 48:34Ua hoʻokiʻekiʻe lākou i ko lākou leo i luna, Mai ka uē ʻana o Hesebona, a hiki i ʻEleale, a i Iahaza hoʻi, A mai Zoara aku a hiki i Horonaima, Me he keiki bipi wahine lā, ʻekolu ona makahiki; No ka mea, e pau auaneʻi nā wai ʻo Nimerima."The sound of their cry rises from Heshbon to Elealeh and Jahaz, from Zoar as far as Horonaim and Eglath Shelishiyah, for even the waters of Nimrim are dried up.
Ier 48:41Ua hoʻopio ʻia ʻo Keriota, ua hoʻopio ʻia nō nā pā kaua, A i kēlā lā, e like auaneʻi nā naʻau o nā kānaka ikaika o Moaba, Me ka naʻau o ka wahine nahu kuakoko.Kerioth will be captured and the strongholds taken. In that day the hearts of Moab's warriors will be like the heart of a woman in labor.
Ier 48:46Auē ʻoe, e Moaba! Ua make nā kānaka o Kemosa: No ka mea, ua lawe ʻia kāu mau keiki kāne, i pio kāne, A me kāu mau kaikamāhine hoʻi, i pio wahine.Woe to you, O Moab! The people of Chemosh are destroyed; your sons are taken into exile and your daughters into captivity.
Ier 49:22Aia hoʻi, e piʻi mai nō ʻo ia, a e lele hoʻi e like me ka ʻaeto, A e hohola aku i kona mau ʻēheu ma luna o Bozera; A i kēlā lā, e like auaneʻi ka naʻau o ka poʻe ikaika o ʻEdoma Me ka naʻau o ka wahine i kona nahu kuakoko ʻana.Look! An eagle will soar and swoop down, spreading its wings over Bozrah. In that day the hearts of Edom's warriors will be like the heart of a woman in labor.
Ier 49:24Ua emi iho ʻo Damaseko, ua huli ʻo ia e heʻe, Ua loʻohia ʻo ia i ka makaʻu, Ua loaʻa ʻo ia i ka nahu kuawili, a me ka ʻeha, me ko ka wahine hānau keiki.Damascus has become feeble, she has turned to flee and panic has gripped her; anguish and pain have seized her, pain like that of a woman in labor.
Ier 50:11No ka mea, leʻaleʻa nō ʻoukou, no ka mea hoʻi, hauʻoli ʻoukou, E ka poʻe hao wale i koʻu hoʻoilina; No ka mea, ua lelele ʻoliʻoli ʻoukou, me he bipi wahine ʻai i ka mauʻu, A ua ʻuhūʻuhū ʻoukou e like me nā lio kāne."Because you rejoice and are glad, you who pillage my inheritance, because you frolic like a heifer threshing grain and neigh like stallions,
Ier 50:43Ua lohe ke aliʻi o Babulona i ka lono no lākou, A ua nāwaliwali kona mau lima: Loʻohia nō ʻo ia i ka pilikia, a me ka nahu kuakoko, Me ko ka wahine hānau keiki lā.The king of Babylon has heard reports about them, and his hands hang limp. Anguish has gripped him, pain like that of a woman in labor.
Ier 51:22Iā ʻoe nō wau e uhaʻi ai i ke kāne a me ka wahine; Iā ʻoe nō hoʻi au e uhaʻi ai i ka ʻelemakule a me ka mea ʻōpiopio; A iā ʻoe nō e uhaʻi ai au i ke kanaka ʻōpiopio, a me ke kaikamahine:with you I shatter man and woman, with you I shatter old man and youth, with you I shatter young man and maiden,
Kan 1:1Nani ka noho mehameha ʻana o ke kūlanakauhale i piha i kānaka! Ua like hoʻi me ka wahine kāne make! He nui ʻo ia i waena o nā lāhui kanaka, He aliʻi wahine i waena o nā ʻāina; Ua ʻauhau ʻia naʻe i ka hana!How deserted lies the city, once so full of people! How like a widow is she, who once was great among the nations! She who was queen among the provinces has now become a slave.
ʻEzek 16:30Pehea ka nāwaliwali o kou naʻau? wahi a Iēhova ka Haku, i kāu hana ʻana ia mau mea, i ka hana a ka wahine moekolohe hilahila ʻole;" 'How weak-willed you are, declares the Sovereign LORD, when you do all these things, acting like a brazen prostitute!
ʻEzek 16:31I kāu hana i kou hale hoʻokamakama ma ke poʻo o nā kuamoʻo a pau, a hana hoʻi i wahi kiʻekiʻe nou ma nā alanui a pau; ʻaʻole me he wahine hoʻokamakama lā, no kou hoʻowahāwahā ʻana i ka uku;When you built your mounds at the head of every street and made your lofty shrines in every public square, you were unlike a prostitute, because you scorned payment.
ʻEzek 16:32Akā, me he wahine mare lā e moekolohe ana, e lalau ana i nā kānaka ʻē, ʻaʻole i kāna kāne ponoʻī!" 'You adulterous wife! You prefer strangers to your own husband!
ʻEzek 16:35No laila, e ka wahine moekolohe, e hoʻolohe i ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova;" 'Therefore, you prostitute, hear the word of the LORD!
ʻEzek 16:45ʻO ke kaikamahine nō ʻoe a kou makuahine i hoʻowahāwahā i kāna kāne a me kāna mau keiki; ʻo ka hoahānau wahine ʻoe o kou mau hoahānau wahine i hoʻowahāwahā i kā lākou mau kāne me kā lākou mau keiki; ʻo kou makuahine, ʻo ka Heta nō ia: ʻo kou makua kāne, ʻo ka ʻAmora nō ia.You are a true daughter of your mother, who despised her husband and her children; and you are a true sister of your sisters, who despised their husbands and their children. Your mother was a Hittite and your father an Amorite.
ʻEzek 16:51ʻAʻole hoʻi i hana ʻo Samaria i ka hapalua o kou mau hewa; ua hoʻonui aku ʻoe i kou mau mea inaina ʻia i ko lākou, a ua hoʻāpono ʻoe i kou mau hoahānau wahine, ma kou mau mea inaina ʻia a pau āu i hana ai.Samaria did not commit half the sins you did. You have done more detestable things than they, and have made your sisters seem righteous by all these things you have done.
ʻEzek 16:52A ʻo ʻoe hoʻi ka mea i hoʻoponopono i kou mau hoahānau wahine, e hali ʻoe i kou hōʻino ʻia, no kou mau hewa āu i hana aku ai i pākela aku i ko lākou; ua ʻoi aku ko lākou pono i kou; ʻo ia, e hilahila hoʻi ʻoe, a e hali ʻoe i kou hōʻino ʻia, no kou hoʻāpono ʻana i kou mau hoahānau wahine.Bear your disgrace, for you have furnished some justification for your sisters. Because your sins were more vile than theirs, they appear more righteous than you. So then, be ashamed and bear your disgrace, for you have made your sisters appear righteous.
ʻEzek 16:55Aia hoʻi kou mau hoahānau wahine ʻo Sodoma a me kāna mau kaikamāhine, i ko lākou noho kahiko ʻana, a hoʻi mai hoʻi ʻo Samaria a me kāna mau kaikamāhine i ko lākou noho kahiko ʻana, a laila e hoʻi ʻoe me kāu mau kaikamāhine i ko ʻoukou noho kahiko ʻana.And your sisters, Sodom with her daughters and Samaria with her daughters, will return to what they were before; and you and your daughters will return to what you were before.
ʻEzek 16:61A laila e hoʻomanaʻo ʻoe i kou mau ʻaoʻao, a e hilahila nō hoʻi i ka wā e loaʻa ai iā ʻoe kou mau hoahānau wahine, kou kaikuaʻana a me kou kaikaina; a e hāʻawi aku au iā lāua iā ʻoe i mau kaikamāhine, ʻaʻole hoʻi ma kou berita.Then you will remember your ways and be ashamed when you receive your sisters, both those who are older than you and those who are younger. I will give them to you as daughters, but not on the basis of my covenant with you.
ʻEzek 18:6ʻAʻole hoʻi i ʻai ma luna o nā mauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi i leha aʻe kona mau maka i nā kiʻi o ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hoʻohaumia i ka wahine a kona hoalauna, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hoʻokokoke aku i ka wahine peʻa koko,He does not eat at the mountain shrines or look to the idols of the house of Israel. He does not defile his neighbor's wife or lie with a woman during her period.
ʻEzek 18:11ʻAʻole hoʻi i hana ma kēlā mau mea, akā, ua ʻai ma luna o nā mauna, a ua hoʻohaumia i ka wahine a kona hoalauna,(though the father has done none of them): "He eats at the mountain shrines. He defiles his neighbor's wife.
ʻEzek 18:15ʻAʻole i ʻai ma luna o nā mauna, ʻaʻole i leha aʻe kona mau maka i nā kiʻi o ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela, ʻaʻole hoʻi i hoʻohaumia i ka wahine a kona hoalauna,"He does not eat at the mountain shrines or look to the idols of the house of Israel. He does not defile his neighbor's wife.
ʻEzek 19:2A e ʻōlelo aku, He aha kou makuahine? He liona wahine. Ua moe ia i lalo me nā liona, ua hānai ʻo ia i kāna mau keiki liona i waena o nā liona ʻōpiopio.and say: " 'What a lioness was your mother among the lions! She lay down among the young lions and reared her cubs.
ʻEzek 22:10Ma loko ou, ua wehe lākou i kahi huna o ko lākou makua kāne; a ma loko ou ua hoʻohaʻahaʻa lākou i ka wahine i hoʻokaʻawale ʻia aʻe no ka heʻe koko.In you are those who dishonor their fathers' bed; in you are those who violate women during their period, when they are ceremonially unclean.
ʻEzek 22:11Ua hana kekahi i ka mea inaina ʻia me ka wahine a kona hoalauna, a ua hoʻohaumia kekahi i kāna hūnōna wahine ma ka moekolohe; a ua hoʻohaʻahaʻa kekahi i loko ou i kona kaikuahine, he kaikamahine a kona makua kāne.In you one man commits a detestable offense with his neighbor's wife, another shamefully defiles his daughter-in-law, and another violates his sister, his own father's daughter.
ʻEzek 23:44Akā, komo i loko lākou i ona lā e like me ko lākou hele ʻana aʻe i loko i ka wahine hoʻokamakama; pēlā e komo ai lākou i loko i o ʻAhola lā, a i o ʻAholiba lā i nā wāhine moe haumia.And they slept with her. As men sleep with a prostitute, so they slept with those lewd women, Oholah and Oholibah.
ʻEzek 24:18Pēlā, i ʻōlelo aku ai au i kānaka i kakahiaka; a i ke ahiahi, make iho kaʻu wahine: a hana aku au i kakahiaka aʻe e like me ka mea i kauoha ʻia mai iaʻu.So I spoke to the people in the morning, and in the evening my wife died. The next morning I did as I had been commanded.
ʻEzek 33:26Ke kū nei ʻoukou ma luna o kā ʻoukou pahi kaua, ke hana nei ʻoukou i ka mea inaina ʻia; ke hoʻohaumia nei ʻoukou, kēlā kanaka kēia kanaka, i ka wahine a kona hoalauna; e loaʻa anei iā ʻoukou ka ʻāina?You rely on your sword, you do detestable things, and each of you defiles his neighbor's wife. Should you then possess the land?'
ʻEzek 36:17E ke keiki a ke kanaka, i ka wā i noho ai ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela i ko lākou ʻāina ponoʻī, ua hoʻohaumia lākou iā ia me ko lākou hele ʻana a me kā lākou hana ʻana; me he haumia lā o ka wahine i hoʻokaʻawele ʻia aʻe ko lākou hele ʻana i mua oʻu."Son of man, when the people of Israel were living in their own land, they defiled it by their conduct and their actions. Their conduct was like a woman's monthly uncleanness in my sight.
ʻEzek 44:22ʻAʻole lākou e mare i ka wahine kāne make i wahine na lākou, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ka wahine hemo; akā, ʻo nā wāhine puʻupaʻa kā lākou e lawe ai no nā mamo o ka ʻohana a ʻIseraʻela, a ʻo ka wahine paha a ke kahuna ma mua.They must not marry widows or divorced women; they may marry only virgins of Israelite descent or widows of priests.
Dan 5:2A i ko Belehazara hoʻāʻo iki ʻana i ka waina, kauoha maila ʻo ia e lawe mai i nā kīʻaha gula, a me ke kālā, nā mea a Nebukaneza kona makua kāne i lawe mai ai mai ka luakini ma Ierusalema mai; i inu ai ke aliʻi, a me kona poʻe aliʻi, a me kāna mau wāhine, a me nā haiā wahine āna i loko o ia mau mea.While Belshazzar was drinking his wine, he gave orders to bring in the gold and silver goblets that Nebuchadnezzar his father had taken from the temple in Jerusalem, so that the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines might drink from them.
Dan 5:3A laila lawe mai lākou i nā kīʻaha gula, nā mea i lawe ʻia, mai ka luakini ka hale o ke Akua ma Ierusalema; a inu ihola ma laila ke aliʻi, a me kona poʻe aliʻi, a me nā wāhine āna, a me kāna mau haiā wahine:So they brought in the gold goblets that had been taken from the temple of God in Jerusalem, and the king and his nobles, his wives and his concubines drank from them.
Dan 5:10No kēia mea a ke aliʻi, a me nā aliʻi ona, komo maila ke aliʻi wahine i loko o ka hale ʻaha inu; a ʻōlelo aʻela ke aliʻi wahine, ʻī aʻela, E ke aliʻi ē, e ola mau loa ʻoe. Mai pīhoihoi kou manaʻo, ʻaʻole hoʻi e hoʻoʻano ʻē aʻe kou maka:The queen, hearing the voices of the king and his nobles, came into the banquet hall. "O king, live forever!" she said. "Don't be alarmed! Don't look so pale!
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.
Dan 6:18A i ko ke aliʻi hoʻi ʻana i kona hale aliʻi, noho ihola ʻo ia ia pō me ka ʻai ʻole i ka ʻai; ʻaʻole hoʻi i lawe ʻia kāna mau haiā wahine i mua ona, ʻaʻole hoʻi ʻo ia i hiamoe iki.Then the king returned to his palace and spent the night without eating and without any entertainment being brought to him. And he could not sleep.
Hos 1:2ʻO ka mua o ka ʻōlelo a Iēhova ma Hosea. ʻŌlelo maila ʻo Iēhova iā Hosea, e hele ʻoe, a e lawe i wahine moekolohe nāu, a i nā keiki moekolohe hoʻi: no ka mea, ua moekolohe nu ko ka ʻāina, i ka haʻalele ʻana iā Iēhova.When the LORD began to speak through Hosea, the LORD said to him, "Go, take to yourself an adulterous wife and children of unfaithfulness, because the land is guilty of the vilest adultery in departing from the LORD."
Hos 2:1E kapa aku ʻoukou i ko ʻoukou poʻe hoahānau kāne, ʻO ʻAmi, a i ko ʻoukou mau hoahānau wahine, ʻO Ruhama."Say of your brothers, 'My people,' and of your sisters, 'My loved one.'
Hos 2:2E hakakā ʻoukou me ko ʻoukou makuahine, e hakakā ʻoukou; No ka mea, ʻaʻole ʻo ia ʻo kaʻu wahine; ʻAʻole hoʻi wau ʻo kāna kāne: I haʻalele ai ʻo ia i kona hoʻokamakama ʻana mai kona maka aku, A me kona moekolohe hoʻi mai waena aku o kona mau ū:"Rebuke your mother, rebuke her, for she is not my wife, and I am not her husband. Let her remove the adulterous look from her face and the unfaithfulness from between her breasts.
Hos 3:1A laila ʻōlelo maila ʻo Iēhova iaʻu, E hele hoʻi, e aloha aku i ka wahine i aloha ʻia e ka hoalauna, akā, ke moekolohe naʻe: E like me ke aloha o Iēhova i nā mamo a ʻIseraʻela, I ka poʻe e huli ana i nā akua ʻē, A e makemake hoʻi i nā paʻi hua waina.The LORD said to me, "Go, show your love to your wife again, though she is loved by another and is an adulteress. Love her as the LORD loves the Israelites, though they turn to other gods and love the sacred raisin cakes."
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 4:14ʻAʻole au e hoʻopaʻi aku i kā ʻoukou poʻe kaikamāhine no ko lākou moekolohe ʻana, A i kā ʻoukou poʻe hūnōna wahine no ko lākou moekolohe ʻana: No ka mea, ua hoʻokaʻawale pū lākou iā lākou iho me nā wāhine hoʻokamakama, A ua mōhai pū lākou me nā wāhine moekolohe: A ʻo ka poʻe kānaka ʻike ʻole, e make nō lākou."I will not punish your daughters when they turn to prostitution, nor your daughters-in-law when they commit adultery, because the men themselves consort with harlots and sacrifice with shrine prostitutes-- a people without understanding will come to ruin!
Hos 4:16No ka mea, ua paʻakikī ʻo ka ʻIseraʻela, e like me ka paʻakikī o ka bipi wahine hou; ʻĀnō e hānai ʻo Iēhova iā lākou, e like me ke keiki hipa ma kahi ākea.The Israelites are stubborn, like a stubborn heifer. How then can the LORD pasture them like lambs in a meadow?
Hos 10:11A ʻo ʻEperaima, ua like ia me ka bipi wahine ʻōpiopio i laka, a makemake hoʻi e hehi i ka palaoa: Akā, e hele aku nō au ma luna o kona ʻāʻī maikaʻi: E hoʻoholo au iā ʻEperaima; A e hana ʻo Iuda me ka ʻōʻō palau, A na Iakoba e kuʻikuʻi i puʻupuʻu lepo nona.Ephraim is a trained heifer that loves to thresh; so I will put a yoke on her fair neck. I will drive Ephraim, Judah must plow, and Jacob must break up the ground.
Hos 12:12A holo akula ʻo Iakoba i ka ʻāina ʻo Suria; A hoʻoluhi akula ʻo ʻIseraʻela no ka wahine, A no ka wahine mālama akula ia i nā holoholona.Jacob fled to the country of Aram; Israel served to get a wife, and to pay for her he tended sheep.
Hos 13:13ʻO nā ʻehaʻeha o ka wahine hānau, e hiki mai ia ma luna ona: He keiki naʻaupō ia; No ka mea, ʻaʻohe ona pono e kū lōʻihi ma kahi e hānau ai nā keiki.Pains as of a woman in childbirth come to him, but he is a child without wisdom; when the time arrives, he does not come to the opening of the womb.
Ioʻela 1:6No ka mea, ua hele mai ka lāhui kanaka ma luna o koʻu ʻāina, he ikaika, ʻaʻole e pau i ka helu, ʻO kona mau niho, he niho o ka liona; A ʻo kona niho ʻaoʻao, he niho o ka liona wahine.A nation has invaded my land, powerful and without number; it has the teeth of a lion, the fangs of a lioness.
Ioʻela 1:8E uē iho e like me ka wahine mare i kāʻei ʻia i ke kapa ʻinoʻino no ke kāne o kona wā ʻōpiopio.Mourn like a virgin in sackcloth grieving for the husband of her youth.
Ioʻela 2:16E hoʻākoakoa i nā kānaka; E hoʻomaʻemaʻe i ka ʻaha kanaka; E hōʻuluʻulu i ka poʻe kahiko; E hoʻākoakoa i nā keiki, a me nā mea omo waiū: E hele aku ke kāne mare i waho o kona keʻena, A me ka wahine mare i waho o kona keʻena moe.Gather the people, consecrate the assembly; bring together the elders, gather the children, those nursing at the breast. Let the bridegroom leave his room and the bride her chamber.
Ioʻela 2:29A ma luna hoʻi o nā kauā kāne, A ma luna o nā kauā wahine i kēlā mau lā, e ninini aku au i kuʻu ʻUhane.Even on my servants, both men and women, I will pour out my Spirit in those days.
Ioʻela 3:3A ua hailona lākou no kuʻu poʻe kānaka; Ua hāʻawi lākou i keiki kāne no ka wahine moekolohe, A kūʻai aku i kaikamahine no ka waina, i inu ai lākou.They cast lots for my people and traded boys for prostitutes; they sold girls for wine that they might drink.
ʻAm 4:1E hoʻolohe ʻoukou i kēia ʻōlelo, e nā bipi wahine o Basana, Nā mea ma nā mauna ʻo Samaria, Nā mea e hoʻokaumaha ana i ka poʻe ʻilihune, Nā mea e hoʻoluhi ana i ka poʻe nele, Nā mea e ʻōlelo ana i ko lākou mau haku, E lawe mai, a e inu kākou.Hear this word, you cows of Bashan on Mount Samaria, you women who oppress the poor and crush the needy and say to your husbands, "Bring us some drinks!"
ʻAm 7:17No ia mea, ke ʻōlelo mai nei ʻo Iēhova, penei: E moekolohe kāu wahine ma ke kūlanakauhale, a ʻo kāu mau keiki kāne, a me kāu mau kaikamāhine, e hāʻule lākou i ka pahi kaua, A e puʻunaue ʻia kou ʻāina me ke kaula ana: a e make ʻoe ma ka ʻāina haumia; A e hele pio aku ka ʻIseraʻela mai ko lākou ʻāina aku."Therefore this is what the LORD says: " 'Your wife will become a prostitute in the city, and your sons and daughters will fall by the sword. Your land will be measured and divided up, and you yourself will die in a pagan country. And Israel will certainly go into exile, away from their native land.' "
Mika 1:7A e ʻulupā ʻia kona mau kiʻi kālai a pau, A ʻo kona waiwai moekolohe e puhi ʻia i ke ahi, A e luku aku au i kona mau kiʻi a pau: No ka mea, ua loaʻa iā ia ua mea lā no ka uku o ka wahine moekolohe, A e hoʻihoʻi ʻia aku ia i ka uku o ka wahine moekolohe.All her idols will be broken to pieces; all her temple gifts will be burned with fire; I will destroy all her images. Since she gathered her gifts from the wages of prostitutes, as the wages of prostitutes they will again be used."
Mika 1:8No kēia mea, e auē iho au, a e ʻaoa, A e hele wale au, me ke kapa ʻaʻahu ʻole; E hoʻohālike au i ka auē ʻana me ko ka ʻīlio hihiu, A i ka ʻalalā ʻana me ko ka iana wahine.Because of this I will weep and wail; I will go about barefoot and naked. I will howl like a jackal and moan like an owl.
Mika 4:9ʻĀnō, no ke aha lā kou uē nui ʻana? ʻAʻole anei he aliʻi i loko ou? Ua make anei kou kākāʻōlelo? No ka mea, ua loʻohia ʻoe e ka ʻeha, e like me ka wahine nahu kuakoko.Why do you now cry aloud-- have you no king? Has your counselor perished, that pain seizes you like that of a woman in labor?
Mika 4:10E haʻalulu, a e kuakoko, e ke kaikamahine o Ziona, me he wahine hānau lā: No ka mea, ʻānō e hele aku ʻoe mai ke kūlanakauhale aku, A e noho ʻoe ma ke kula, A e hele aku ʻoe a Babulona; A ma laila e hoʻopakele ʻia ʻoe; Ma laila e hoʻōla mai ai ʻo Iēhova iā ʻoe mai ka lima mai o ko ʻoukou poʻe ʻenemi.Writhe in agony, O Daughter of Zion, like a woman in labor, for now you must leave the city to camp in the open field. You will go to Babylon; there you will be rescued. There the LORD will redeem you out of the hand of your enemies.
Mika 7:6No ka mea, hoʻowahāwahā ke keiki kāne i kona makua kāne, Kūʻē mai ke kaikamahine i kona makuahine, ʻO ka hūnōna wahine i kona makuahūnōwai wahine, ʻO nā ʻenemi o ke kanaka, ʻo nā kānaka nō ia o kona hale iho.For a son dishonors his father, a daughter rises up against her mother, a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law-- a man's enemies are the members of his own household.
Nahuma 2:7A ua wehe ʻia kona kapa, a alakaʻi ʻia aku ia, A ʻo kāna poʻe kauā wahine e ʻū ana, e like me ka leo o nā manu nūnū, e hahau ana i ko lākou umauma.It is decreed that be exiled and carried away. Its slave girls moan like doves and beat upon their breasts.
Nahuma 2:11ʻAuhea ka noho ʻana o nā liona; A ma hea lā kahi e ʻai ai nā liona ʻōpio; Kahi i hele ai ka liona, ka liona wahine, A me ke keiki liona, ʻaʻohe mea nāna lākou e hoʻomakaʻu;Where now is the lions' den, the place where they fed their young, where the lion and lioness went, and the cubs, with nothing to fear?
Nahuma 2:12Ua haehae ka liona a nui no kāna poʻe keiki, A ʻuʻumi nō ia no kāna liona wahine, A hoʻopiha nō ia i kona mau lua i ka mea pio, a i kona mau ana i ka mea i lawe ʻia.The lion killed enough for his cubs and strangled the prey for his mate, filling his lairs with the kill and his dens with the prey.
Nahuma 3:4No ka nui o nā moekolohe ʻana o ka wahine maikaʻi hoʻokamakama, Nona nā ʻanāʻanā, Ka mea kūʻai i nā lāhui kanaka ma kona moekolohe ʻana, A me nā ʻohana, ma kona mau ʻanāʻanā ʻana;all because of the wanton lust of a harlot, alluring, the mistress of sorceries, who enslaved nations by her prostitution and peoples by her witchcraft.
Zek 5:7Aia hoʻi, ua kaʻikaʻi ʻia aʻe he pōpō kēpau; a ʻo ka mea e noho ana i waenakonu o ka ʻepa, he wahine ia.Then the cover of lead was raised, and there in the basket sat a woman!
Zek 7:10Mai hana ʻino i ka wahine kāne make, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ke keiki makua ʻole, ʻaʻole i ka malihini, ʻaʻole hoʻi i ka ʻilihune, ʻaʻole hoʻi e manaʻo ʻino aku ka naʻau o kekahi i kona hoahānau.Do not oppress the widow or the fatherless, the alien or the poor. In your hearts do not think evil of each other.'
Mal 2:14Ke nīnau mai nei ʻoukou, No ke aha? No ka mea, he mea ʻike maka ʻo Iēhova ma waena ou a ʻo ka wahine o kou wā ʻōpiopio, I ka mea āu i hana hoʻopunipuni aku ai: Akā, ʻo ia nō kou hoalauna, ʻo ka wahine o kāu berita.You ask, "Why?" It is because the LORD is acting as the witness between you and the wife of your youth, because you have broken faith with her, though she is your partner, the wife of your marriage covenant.
Mal 2:15ʻAʻole anei i hana ʻo ia i hoʻokahi? Akā, iā ia ke koena o ka ʻUhane. I mea aha hoʻi ka hoʻokahi? I ʻimi ai ʻo ia i ʻohana no ke Akua. No laila e mālama i ko ʻoukou naʻau iho, Mai hana hoʻopunipuni kekahi i ka wahine o kona wā ʻōpiopio.Has not made them one? In flesh and spirit they are his. And why one? Because he was seeking godly offspring. So guard yourself in your spirit, and do not break faith with the wife of your youth.
Mal 3:5Ke hoʻokokoke aku nei au i o ʻoukou lā e hoʻokō i ke kānāwai; E wikiwiki au i ka hōʻike kūʻē i nā kāhuna ʻanāʻanā, Me nā moekolohe, a i nā mea hoʻohiki wahaheʻe, Me ka poʻe hoʻonele i nā mea hoʻolimalima i kā lākou uku, A i ka poʻe hoʻonele i ka wahine kāne make, a me ke keiki makua ʻole, A i ka poʻe hoʻohuli aʻe i ko ka malihini, ʻaʻole hoʻi i makaʻu iaʻu, wahi a Iēhova o nā kaua."So I will come near to you for judgment. I will be quick to testify against sorcerers, adulterers and perjurers, against those who defraud laborers of their wages, who oppress the widows and the fatherless, and deprive aliens of justice, but do not fear me," says the LORD Almighty.

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