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cab₁taxi. kaʻa hoʻolimalima.

cab₂Hebrew measure. kapa, kaba.

cabalistickāpala.

cabbagekāpiki, kākipi, kawoa.

cabbageskunk cabbage. kāpiki ponī.

cabbage butterflypulelehua kāpiki

cabbage butterflypulelehua kāpiki

cabinkāpena, haleʻuʻuku.

cabinet₁furniture. waihona, pahu waihona.

cabinet₂political. ʻaha kuhina.

cabineta council that advises a president, sovereign, etc. ʻaha kuhina.

cabinetfile cabinet. pahu waihona pepa, pahu waihona, waihona pepa. medicine cabinet. waihona lāʻau lapaʻau. storage cabinet. waihona hoʻāhu.

cabinet memberkuhina.

cablekaula uea. to cable, kelekalapa. undersea cable, uea moana.

cablekaula uea. also uea. brake cable, as on a bicycle. uea peleki.

cable carkaʻa kewe.

cablelinekewe.

cabochonkapokone

cabochonkapokone

cacheas in a computer program. ahu hoʻokoe. to cache, as a computer function. hoʻokoe. to cache disks. hoʻokoe .

cacklepūkōkō (as in alarm); kokō (as after laying an egg); pukakā.

cacophonyhana kuli.

cactuspānini, pāpipi; lāhoe (rare). cactus candy (made of dried juice), kanakē pānini, pīlali pānini, kanakē pīlali.

cactusgeneral term; also prickly pear cactus. pānini. see barrel cactus, cholla, ocotillo, organ pipe cactus, prickly pear cactus.

cadaverkupapaʻu.

CaesarianKaha ʻia no ka hoʻohānau.

caféhale ʻaina.

café au laithot coffee served with an equal amount of hot or scalded milk. kope keʻokeʻo.

caffeineʻākope.

cagepahu manu, pahu holoholona.

cagepene. see kennel.

cairnahu.

CairoKailo, Kairo.

caisson diseasesee bends.

cajolehoʻomalimali, mali, mali leo; kuaʻiʻi (rare).

cakemea ʻono (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). Chinese meat cake, pepeiao. Fig cake, paʻi hua piku. Flour cake, paʻi palaoa.

cake server (spatula)ʻūlau meaʻono

cake server (spatula)ʻūlau meaʻono

calabashʻumeke, ipu, pā ipu, hōkeo, hue, hulilau, ōpū hue, ipu pāwehe. also: māʻauʻau, palapaʻa, kākū, māhanakanaloa. see sayings, ʻumeke. netted calabash carrier, kōkō ʻaʻaha. strings by which a netted calabash is hung, kākai. to tie up a calabash, hōʻaha.

calabash treelaʻamia.

caladiumkalo kalakoa.

caladiumkalo kalakoa.

CalaisKalei.

calamitypōpilikia, pōʻino. see ex., pāpaʻa₁. overtaken by calamity, paʻuhia.

calamusʻohe ʻala, kalamo.

calcareouspaʻapuna. calcareous rock, calcium carbonate. pōhaku paʻapuna.

calciteōpuna.

calciumpuna.

calciumkalipuna. calcium carbonate, calcareous rock. pōhaku paʻapuna. calcium oxilate. kalipuna ʻokesailihate.

calculatehoʻonohonoho helu.

calculatehuli a loaʻa, huli, hoʻomaulia.

calculatormīkini helu. calculator display screen. papakaumaka mīkini helu. graphing calculator. mīkini kākuhi.

CalcuttaKalekuka, Kalekuta.

calderalua kīlauea.

CaledoniaKalekonia, Kaledonia.

Caledoniasee New Caledonia.

calendarʻalemanaka, kalenekalio.

calendarʻalemanaka.

calf₁animal. pipi keiki.

calf₂anatomy. ʻolo, ʻoloʻolo wāwae, ʻolo wae.

calfgastrocnemius muscle of the anterior of the lower leg. mākala ʻulu, ʻoloʻolo wāwae.

calibratealso calibration. kauanakahi.

calicokalakoa; mauʻu lāʻili (a kind of).

CaliforniaKaleponi.

Californiaalso Californian. Kaleponi. California grass. mauʻu Kaleponi.

caliphkalipa.

calisthenicshoʻoikaika kino, hōʻoʻoleʻa kino.

calkʻōkomo.

call₁to speak out. hea, kāhea; call, as in welcome, heahea, pā kāhea, pāheahea. also: kūhea, oho, , kalahea, walo, uwalo, uolo, waloina, walowalo, wawalo, kalaʻau. call the roll, hea inoa. call to eat, kāhea ʻai. call loudly, kāhea leo nui. call over and over, heahea. call the first lines of a stanza by the dancer as a cue to the chanter, kāhea. a call to chickens, kolo, kolo, kolo! a call to pigs, , ! a call to petrel birds, kue, kue, kue!

call₂to give a name. kapa.

call₃to visit. kipa.

callas a call made on a telephone. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

callwalohia₂

callwalohia₂

call buttonpihi hōʻailona

call buttonpihi hōʻailona

call numberas for a library book. helu kuhi puke. see card catalog, catalog card.

call sheeta list of jobs for movie or video production. papa māhele hana. see jobs.

calledkapa ʻia (named).

calligraphylimahilu.

callinghea, kāhea, heahea. calling card, palapala kipa, palapala mākaʻikaʻi.

calliopsiswaikāhuli.

Callistoa moon of Jupiter. Kalito.

callousedmauleho, puʻu, leho, mānoanoa; hoʻomana (rare). calloused neck, ʻāʻī puʻu. calloused skin, ʻili mānoanoa.

calluslaʻolaʻo, leho, pūleholeho, puʻu. to get calluses, hoʻopaʻa leho, hoʻomānea.

calmmālie, laʻi, hālaʻi, kālaʻe, mālaʻe, malino, manino, linolino, lana, wailana, lulu, lululu, lūlā, lūlana, hālūlā, pohu. also: laʻelaʻe, moe, pāpūhea, malina, nia, makena, ōpūhea, ulana, kūpohu, pāeaea, pālūlā, ʻalaneo, āniania. rare: kānaʻi, maomao, luluka, hoʻohaha, malau, hāmiha, woa. calm place in the sea, mouo, mōuouo. great calm, laʻikū. the sea and wind are calm, mālie ke kai me ka makani. to make calm, hoʻomālie, hoʻonā. to grow calm, akakuʻu. laʻi frequently has sexual connotations: see passion. other ex., peace

calmas the wind; smoke rises vertically, and direction of wind shown by smoke drift rather than wind vanes, in meteorology. pohu. see wind. also cool-headed, even-tempered. māio.

calmedlaʻi, mālie, , akakuʻu, maʻalili, hoʻokoene. see calm.

calomelkalomela. calomel-and-tartar emetic, lupepa.

Calophyllum inophyllumkamani, kamanu, tamanu.

calorieikehuʻā.

calorimeteran instrument used to measure changes in thermal energy. ana ikehu kāʻokoʻa.

CalvaryKalewali, Kaiwipoʻo.

CalvinisticKalawina.

cambiumthe slippery layer under the bark of a plant which is the growing area of the stem. wale ʻili.

Cambodiaalso Cambodian. Kamabodia.

CambridgeKamepelika, Kameberiga.

camcordervideo camera. pahu paʻi wikiō.

camelkāmelo.

camelliakamila.

camelopardkamelopaki, kamelopadi.

cameokameo.

camerapahupaʻikiʻi.

Cameroonalso Cameroun, Cameroonian, Camerounian. Kameruna.

camouflagehoʻopeʻepeʻe, hoʻonalonalo.

camouflagednalopeʻe. to camouflage. hoʻonalopeʻe.

campkahua, hoʻomoana. to make a camp, to camp, hoʻokahua, hoʻomoana.

campgathering of people to learn or practice certain skills. ʻāpoʻe. see camper, campground. computer camp. ʻāpoʻe kamepiula. basketball camp. ʻāpoʻe pōhīnaʻi. to camp. hoʻomoana.

camp bedmoeʻuʻuku, moeʻopiʻopi.

campaignhoʻouka kaua (military); paipai kalaiʻāina (political).

campercamping vehicle. kaʻa hoʻomoana.

campgroundkahua hoʻomoana.

campgroundkahua hoʻomoana.

camphorkūpelo, kopela, pīlali meaʻala.

campus mailleka kūloko kula. see internal mail, office mail.

can₁able. hiki. I can go, hiki iaʻu ke hele. It can be done, hiki nō.

can₂tin. kini. to can, hoʻokomo iloko o ke kini.

canaerosol can. kini kīkī. can of corned beef. kini pipi. can of tuna. kini tuna. can opener. mea wehe kini. watering can. kini hoʻopulu meakanu.

can openermea wehe kini.

CanaanKanaʻana.

Canadaalso Canadian. Kanakā.

CanadianKanaka, Kanada.

canalalawai, ʻauwai, ʻauwaha, kōwā, kanela. Panama Canal, ke Kōwā o Panamā. side of a canal, kaʻe o ke alawai, kīhonua.

canapépūpū.

canarymanu mele, kenele.

Canary Islespae moku Kenele.

cancelhoʻopau, kāpae, ʻoki, hōʻoki.

cancelto cancel, as a computer function. hoʻōki. see put away, undo.

cancelto cancel, i.e. the compression of one wave at the same time as the rarefaction of another wave, in science. kuʻipē. to be cancelled (out), in science or argumentation; cancellation. kuʻipēhia.

cancellationhoʻopauʻana.

cancellous boneiwi ʻana. see cortical bone.

cancermaʻi ʻaʻai; cancer of the throat, puʻupau.

cancerousʻaʻai.

candidatemoho.

candidateas in politics. moho. see election.

candleihoiho, ihoiho kukui. Kukui-nut candle, ihoiho kukui.

candle snufferʻūpā koli kukui.

candlenutkukui; kuikui (Niʻihau). candlenut lei, lei kukui. smooth candlenuts used in leis, kukui ʻōmolemole. candlenuts carved in ridges, kukui ioio. candlenuts cut in facets, kukui ʻōpaka. relish of cooked candlenut, ʻinamona, ʻakimona . concoction of gourd vine and candlenut, kumu honua. candlenut blossom used as medicine, liʻawahine, kihawahine. sap of green candlenut, kohu kukui, pēkaʻa. candlenut branches are heaped up, ahu a lālā kukui (of untidiness). see another saying, aʻeaʻe.

candlenutkukui, kuikui.

candlenut treekukui, lāʻau hū.

candlestickipukukui. also: kū ihoiho, kaukukui, kumuipukukui, waihona kukui. capital of a candlestick, puʻupuʻu.

candykanakē. also: kōomoomo, kō omōmo, kōmōmo, hoʻomomona.

candycandy cane. kanakē koʻokoʻo. caramel candy. kanakē kalamela. see lollipop.

cane₁see sugar cane.

cane₂staff. koʻokoʻo, kōloa. see kanikoʻo. head of cane, pōheoheo. cane with a handle, koʻokoʻo ʻāmana. to lean on a cane, kālele.

cane knifepahi kā.

cane spidernananana mahikō

cane spidernananana mahikō

cankerwormʻūhini huluhulu.

cannasaliʻipoe, kāna, poloka.

canned fishkini iʻa.

canned foodkini meaʻai

canned foodkini meaʻai

canneryhale hoʻokomo kini. pineapple cannery, hale hana hala kahiki.

cannibalʻai kanaka.

cannibalamong animals, insects, etc. hamuhika. see cannibal (dic.). cannibal snail. homeka hamuhika.

cannonpū kuni ahi; olohao (rare). cannon ball, pōkā pū kuni ahi. mounted cannon, pū kaʻa.

canoewaʻa (fig., woman); for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it. for sayings, see hoe₁, kani₁, dream. see also ihu nui, kaukahi, kaulua, kiapā, kialoa (kioloa), kiapoho, kiapoko, koʻokahi, koʻolua, koʻokolu, kūʻēʻē, lēʻiwi, leuwī, malau, panipani, peleleu, pou, pūkolu, crew. to lean over outrigger to counterbalance canoe in rough seas, kālelemuku. to paddle a canoe, hoe waʻa. to right a canoe, hoʻolana waʻa. to steer or navigate a canoe, hoʻokele waʻa, uli, kupe. toy canoes, waʻa lau kī, waʻa lolo niu. canoe guarding fish net, kihi.

canoewithout ʻiako. waʻa ʻilikini. the portion of a canoe between forward and aft outrigger booms. ukuwai. see port, starboard.

canoekeʻele

canoekeʻele₂

canoe bailer.

canoe ceremonypū i ka waʻa.

canoe dedicationhoʻolaʻa waʻa.

canoe enclosurepā waʻa.

canoe fleetʻau waʻa, mano ʻau waʻa.

canoe househālau.

canoe landingpaena waʻa.

canoe makerkālai waʻa, kahuna kālai waʻa; aukukui (apprentice).

canoe owner or crew membermea waʻa.

canoe paddlerhoe waʻa, mea waʻa, waʻa ʻīhoe (rare).

canoe partsbilge, hold: liu, pikaʻo. boom: ʻiako, lāʻau kaha, lāʻau lalo, muku, ʻopeʻa, ʻekea. bow, prow: ihu, peu, ʻeku. connectors (of double canoe): keʻa, kuanuenue. covers: kuapoʻi, papa uhi waʻa. edge: niao. endpieces or parts thereof: manu, makuʻu, kupe, , ʻōkumu, lāʻau, lāʻau ihu, lāʻau hope, kupeʻulu, maha, poʻo pāoʻo, unu. float or part thereof: ama, kapuaʻi, kanaka. gunwale strakes: pale, pale mua, pale hope, moʻo waʻa. hollow: poho, poho mua, poho waena, poho hope. house on platform: hale lanalana. keel: kuamoʻo. lashings: lanalana, pāʻū-o-Luʻukia. mast: kia, lāʻau kū, pou. platform: pola, keanahā. rigging, lines: kaula, kaula likini, kaula kāʻiliʻili, hoa waʻa. sail: , peʻa, ʻōpeʻapeʻa. seat: nohona waʻa. stern: muli, hope; moamoa, momoa (points at end of stern). thwart: wae waʻa, nohona waʻa. other parts: ʻākea, hākaokao, holo, honua, kainaliu, kaumoli, kūpoukia, manono, paʻi hua, papakū kia, pepe, pepeiao, ulu.

canoe raceheihei waʻa.

canoe rest or supportloha, hakalauluha.

canoe shipmatehoa waʻa.

canoe surfingpākākā waʻa

canoe surfingpākākā waʻa

canoemanmea waʻa, waʻa.

CanopusKe-aliʻi-o-Kona-i-ka-lewa.

canopycanopy layer of vegetation between understory and emergent layers. papa kaupoku. see vegetation layer.

can'tʻaʻole hiki, hiki ʻole. I can't go, ʻaʻole hiki iaʻu ke hele.

cantaloupeipu, ipu ʻala, ipu pāʻina.

cantaloupeipuʻala. see melon.

cantankeroushuhū wale, ʻaʻaka, pale ka ʻaʻaka.

canteenkini huewai.

canteenkini wai

canteenkini wai

CanterburyKanakupele, Kanekapuli, Kanatubere, Kanetaburi.

cantopale mele, paukū mele.

CantonKanakona, Kanatona.

canvaskapolena; ʻie (rare).

canvassto go door to door handing out political information and asking people which candidate they support. anamanaʻo pāloka.

canyonawāwa kūhōhō. see passageway. Grand Canyon. ke awāwa kūhōhō nui ʻo hakaʻama, hakaʻama.

capkapu, pāpale kapu.

capdunce cap. pāpale kone. shower cap. pāpale kililau. ski cap, stocking cap. pāpale kapuhau. swim cap. pāpale ʻau.

capas for a toothpaste tube; lid, as for a jar. pani (preceded by ke). see manhole cover. pen cap. poʻi peni (preceded by ke).

capablemākaukau, lawa.

capacityka nui e lawa ai. capacity for crime, kū i ke kalaima.

capacitypihanaʻū. abb. piʻū. see volume. field capacity, for holding water. palena ū wai.

cape₁geographical. lae, ʻōlae, ʻoiʻoina. a place with many capes, ʻōlaelae, ʻālaelae.

cape₂garment. kīhei, ʻahu, kīpuka, koloka; feather cape, ʻahu ʻula; decorated cape, kīhei ʻaʻahu noʻenoʻe; tapa cape, paʻipaʻinahā.

Cape FearLae-Makaʻu.

cape gooseberrypohā, paʻina.

cape honeysuckleʻiʻiwi haole; mākahala (Niʻihau).

Cape HornKepo-honi, Kepa-honi, Lae-Hao.

Cape of Good HopeLae-Manaʻolana.

Cape VerdeLaeuliuli. Cape Verde Islands. mokupuni ʻo Laeuliuli.

caperlelelele, lelele, ʻowāʻowala, hōʻanapau.

capillaryʻumelauoho. capillarity. pēʻumelauoho. capillary pipette. paipuliʻi ʻumelauoho. capillary water. wai ʻumelauoho. one of the minute blood vessels between the arteries and the veins. oho.

capillary actionʻume lauoho.

capital₁city. kapikala.

capital₂wealth. kumu waiwai, kumupaʻa.

capital₃see candlestick.

capitalupper case. maʻaka. see capitalize, letter. capital letter. hua maʻaka.

capitalanything produced in an economy that is accumulated or used to produce other goods and services. ahu kāloaʻa. see capitalism.

capital letterhua palapala nui.

capital punishmenthoʻopaʻi kū i ka make.

capitalismpaikāloaʻa, paihoʻāhu kāloaʻa.

capitalizeto capitalize (a letter of the alphabet). hoʻomaʻaka. see lower case. three lines drawn under a letter to indicate that the letter is to be capitalized, in proofreading. kaha hoʻomaʻaka. a line drawn diagonally through a capital letter to indicate the letter is not to be capitalized. kaha hoʻonaʻinaʻi.

capitolkapikala, hale poʻo ʻoihana aupuni.

capoas used on a fretted instrument to raise the pitch of all strings. ʻūmiʻi kaula.

CappadociaKapakokia, Kapadokia.

cappingas the last stage of volcano formation. pani poʻo (preceded by ke).

cappuccinoespresso coffee and steamed milk. kapukino.

capricesee whim.

caprockin geology. pōhaku hoʻopaʻa wai.

capskey caps, on a computer program. hōʻike hua pihi. caps lock, as on a computer or typewriter keyboard. laka maʻaka. caps lock key. pihi laka maʻaka, pihi laka (preceded by ke).

capsizedkahuli, luma ʻia.

capstan barʻaukā.

capsulespace capsule. kelena moku ahikao.

captainkāpena, luna kaua, kāpena aliʻikoa.

Captain CookKapena Kuke, Lono.

captionalso to caption. lepe kiʻi. see subtitle.

captivatelawe pio (capture); hoʻopunihei (charm).

captivepio.

capturelawe pio, hopu. to avoid capture, lele pio.

carkaʻa. to ride in a car, kau kaʻa, holo kaʻa. pleasure ride, holoholo kaʻa. to drive a car, kalaiwa kaʻa. to park a car, kū ke kaʻa, pāka ke kaʻa. to get in a car, kau i ke kaʻa. to get out of a car, lele mai ke kaʻa. He sits in a car, noho ʻoia i luna o ke kaʻa.

carabaopipi Pākē.

caramelkalamela.

caramelkalamela. caramel candy. kanakē kalamela.

carapaceuna (turtle); kuapoʻi (turtle or crab).

caratkalaka.

caravan₁travelers. huakaʻi (Biblical)

caravan₂see trailer.

carbohydratekōpia.

carbolic acidʻakika kapolika.

carbonkalepona.

carbonnot in chemistry. ʻōpaʻu. see entries below. carbon paper. pepa ʻōpaʻu.

carbonkarabona, kalapona. see entries below.

carbon arcpiʻo kalapona

carbon arcpiʻo kalapona

carbon datingalso radiocarbon date. helu makahiki kalapona.

carbon dioxidekarabona diokesaside, kalapona ʻokikene lua. oxygen-carbon dioxide cycle. pōʻaiapuni ʻokikene kalapona ʻokikene lua.

carbon disulfidekarabona disulifaside.

carbon monoxidekarabona monokesaside.

carbon paperpepa kope.

carbonatekarabonahate. see calcareous. calcium carbonate, calcareous rock. pōhaku paʻapuna. cupric carbonate. kupuriku karabonahate. ferrous carbonate. ferousa karabonahate.

carbonic acidʻakika kalapona.

carboxylic acidʻakika pūhui kalapona.

carbunclepaleka, palika. see boil.

carburetoras in an internal-combustion engine. ʻūhōloʻa kakalina.

carcasskupapaʻu, heana; iwi (as bones of a chicken).

card₁paper. pepa. names of card games: kāmau, ʻuwiki, piula, konoki, kēkake, hai-lo-keaka, male. to build in a card game, pila. to tell the future by cards, kilokilo pepa. see cards.

card₂to comb. koe (as wool).

cardkāleka. see entries below and postcard. birthday card. kāleka hānau. birthday or anniversary card. kāleka piha makahiki. graduation card. kāleka puka kula, kāleka hemo kula. greeting card. kāleka aloha.

cardcharge card. kāleka kāki, ʻea kāki. fitness card, as for sports or physical education. kāleka olakino. flash card. kāleka aʻo. index card. kāleka pahu.

card catalogas in a library. pahu kāleka kuhi puke. see call number, catalog card.

card catalogpahu kāleka

card catalogpahu kāleka

card gamesee wiped out.

cardboardpepa manoanoa.

cardboardcorrugated paper. pepa pahu. cardboard box. pahu pepa.

cardiac arrythmiapuʻuwai pana ʻewaʻewa.

cardinal₁of the church. kakinela.

cardinal₂bird. manu ʻulaʻula, ʻulaʻula.

cardinalthe bird. manu mākaʻi, manu ʻulaʻula.

cardinal fishʻupāpalu.

cardinal numberhelu heluna. see ordinal number.

cardinal numberhuahelu heluna

cardinal numberhuahelu heluna

cardinal pointsthe four cardinal points, or four primary directions of the compass, in geography. kūkulu ʻehā.

cardiovascular systemalso circulatory system. ʻōnaehana mānowai, ʻōnaehana mānowai koko.

cardsnā pepa, pepa hahau (playing). stack, deck, or pack of cards, puʻu pepa. hand of cards, haʻawina pepa. to play cards, pāʻani pepa. see card, game.

care₁to care for. mālama, nānā. also: pūlama, lūhi, luhina, momoa, moamoa, hoʻomoamoa, aumoa (rare). to care for well, as a pet, hānaiāhuhu. person cared for, luhi. well cared for, mālama pono ʻia, pākī. to not care for, see neglect.

care₂see like. I dont care, ʻaʻohe oʻu nānā; he mea ʻole. What do you care? He aha ia mea iāʻoe?

careerʻoihana.

careeroccupation. ʻoihana. see business. baseball career. ʻoihana pōhili.

carefreeʻaʻohe noʻonoʻo, ʻaʻohe hoʻokaumaha, ʻaʻohe pīhoihoi, pakaulei, lōliʻi.

carefulakahele, nānā pono, mālama pono. also: akanahe, ao, maiau, lukau, waiolono. see saying, pula₁. Be careful, nānā pono. Be careful or (you) will be hurt, mālama o pā.

carefullypono, nihi, aka-. look carefully, nānā pono. Go carefully in the uplands of Puna; pick no flowers lest you be lost on the path of error, e nihi ka hele i ka uka o Puna; mai ʻako i ka pua, o lilo i ke ala o ka hewahewa.

carelesskāpulu, palaka, kīkoʻolā, hoʻoponopono ʻole, hoʻohemahema, palaleha. also: naʻau kūhili, nāhili, mōhio, mōhiohio, mohihio, maʻuʻa, hīlea, manuea, pōnolu. see sayings, hīlea, mōhio, wili₁. to eat in a careless way, pono ʻai. to sit carelessly, noho hoʻoponopono ʻole.

caresshamo, hoʻoheno, hole, kūwili; poliʻahu (rare). to caress repeatedly, milikaʻa.

caretpuamana, puʻumana.

caretan editing mark (ˆ ) used to show where something is to be inserted, in proofreading. kaha hoʻokomo. see pound sign.

caretakerkahu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kahu mālama, mālama, kiaʻi; hānai (rare); land caretaker, hoaʻāina; caretaker of images, kahuna kiʻi; caretaker of bones of dead, lawelawe iwi; caretaker of chief's food and clothing, pāhau. see kāpuhi.

carfareuku kaʻa.

cargoukana.

CaribbeanKalepiana, Karebiana; Kalipia, Karibia.

CaribbeanKalepiana, Karebiana.

caricaturekiʻi hoʻohenehene.

cariescavity in a tooth. puka niho. see oral cavity.

Carinathe star in the center of the constellation Carina. Mākoi. another star in this constellation. Makawela.

CarmeliteKalamela.

carnalkō ke kino. carnal desire, kuko. to know a man carnally, pākanaka.

carnationponimōʻī.

carnivalhana hōʻikeʻike, pea.

carnivalsee amusement park.

carnivorealso carnivorous. hamuiʻa.

carnivorousʻai ʻiʻo.

carnivorous caterpillarEupithecia spp. ʻenuhe hamuiʻa.

carobkelakio.

CarolinaKalolaina, Karolaina.

Carolinaalso Carolinian. Kalolaina. see Caroline Isles. North Carolina. Kalolaina ʻĀkau. South Carolina. Kalolaina Hema.

Caroline Isleska pae moku ʻo Kalolaina, ka pae moku ʻo Karolaina.

carotid arteryaʻa puʻuwai ʻāʻī.

carpiʻa ʻulaʻula uli.

carpal boneany one of the eight carpal bones of the wrist. iwi pūlima.

carpenterkamanā.

carpenter's levelʻiliwai.

carpenterʻs squarekuea₁

carpenterʻs squarekuea₁

carpenter's squarekuea₁

carpetmoena weleweka, kāpeka.

carpetmoena weleweka. see rug.

carpet tackskui kākia moena.

carpetbaggersee plover.

carriage₁vehicle. kaʻa lio, hale kaʻa. to ride in a carriage, holo kaʻa.

carriage₂stance. kūlana.

carriagebaby carriage. kaʻapēpē.

carriage horselio kaʻa.

carrierlawe, hapaina.

carrieras of a radio-wave signal. hāpaina.

carrier pigeonmanu nūnū lawe leka.

carrotkāloke.

carrylawe, hāpai, hali, halihali. ways to carry: amo, ʻauamo (on shoulders); lawe lima (in hands); hāʻawe, hōʻawe, waha (on back); painuʻu (on hips); kauālupe, kaʻiālupe (suspended between others); also: hiʻilawe, ʻawe, ʻāhaʻi, wālua, hiʻi, hiʻilei, hiʻikua, pōhākiʻikiʻi, kālawe, puʻualu, pualau, hāpai pū, kuiʻēʻē. to carry to and fro, kaʻi lewa, kaʻikaʻikū, halihali, hauhauhali, hali hele, paialewa. to cause to carry, hoʻohali. to carry on, continue, hoʻomau, hoʻokū (as a name).

carryto palm or carry (the ball), in basketball. poholuna.

carry out₁see carry.

carry out₂to perform. hoʻokō, hoʻohana.

carryinghapaina, lawena, kaʻikaʻina. carrying pole, māmaka, ʻauamo.

carrying violationin volleyball. ʻaʻena hāpai. see lift.

cartkaʻa, kaʻa huila lua. see handcart.

cartshopping cart. kaʻa mākeke. pushcart. kaʻa pahu.

cartilageiwi kamumu, iwi kumumumu; paka, kākala (near the tail of some fish); peu (of pig snout).

cartilageiwi kamumu.

cartographermea kaha palapalaʻāina.

cartonmilk carton. pahu waiū.

cartoonkiʻi hōʻakaʻaka.

cartoonkātuna, kākuna, kākuni. see comic book.

cartridgekake. cartridge box, kake pauka, kākai pauka.

cartridgeas for a computer printer. pāpahu. font cartridge. pāpahu kinona hua.

cartwheelhoʻokakaʻa, kūwalawala.

carvekālai, kalakalai; kuʻikepa (as wood); ʻokiʻoki (as meat). to carve figures in the iʻe tapa beater, hole iʻe.

carvingkalaina. carving expert, kahuna kālai. shark's tooth used for carving, niho ʻoki.

carving knifepahi ʻokiʻoki, pahi koli.

cascadewailele.

cascadewailelele.

case₁container. pahu, wahī.

case₂court case. hihia, hihia kalaima, hihia waiwai. Admiralty case, hoʻokolokolo moku.

case₃situation. kūlana. serious case, kūlana pilikia loa, kūlana kūpilikiʻi. in case of trespassing, a ma kahi o ke komohewa. the first case known, ka maka mua i ʻike ʻia.

case₄grammatical. ʻaui. see the following cases: ablative, accusative, agentive, dative, genitive, nominative, possessive, vocative. These names were introduced by Andrews 1854 but have been rarely used.

casecassette case, usually made of plastic. poho lola. tape case, cassette holder. pāiki lola.

casepahu. see pack, six-pack, twelve-pack. of beer. pahu pia. of soda. pahu koloaka.

casehaka kau pahu

casehaka kau pahu

case sensitiveas in a computer program. makaʻala maʻaka.

cashkālā kūʻike.

cashkālā kūʻike. petty cash. kālā kini.

cash on deliverycod. ʻohi hiki.

cash paymentuku kūʻike.

cash registermīkini ʻohi kālā. see cashier.

cash registerpahu kālā

cash registerpahu kālā

cashboxkini kālā.

cashewʻakakiu.

cashiermea ʻohi kālā.

cashiermea ʻohi kālā, kanaka ʻohi kālā, wahine ʻohi kālā. see cash register.

cashier's checkpila kīkoʻo panakō.

cashmerekakimea.

caskpahu.

casketpahu, pahu kupapaʻu. sennit casket for bones of chiefs, kāʻai. see kāʻai, kiʻi kino ʻie.

CaspianKakepiana, Kasepiana.

Caspiankasepiana. Caspian Sea. ke kai ʻo Kasepiana.

cassavamanioka.

cassetteas for music tapes. lola. see entry below. cassette recorder/player. mīkini lola. cassette player. mīkini hoʻokani lola. cassette recorder. mīkini hoʻopaʻa lola. see recorder. cassette case, usually made of plastic. poho lola. cassette holder or tape case. pāiki lola. video cassette. lola wikiō.

cassettepaper cassette, as for a computer printer. poho pepa.

cassiakākia, kika. many kinds are described in (Neal 421-8).

Cassiopeiaa constellation. ʻIwakeliʻi.

cast₁to throw. hoʻolei, nou, kiola, . to cast a shadow, ili ke aka. to cast a stone in a sling, maʻa. cast down (sad), luʻuluʻu, ʻoupē, kaumaha.

cast₂to cast for fish. kākele, kāʻili, , hoʻokelekele, kīolaola.

cast₃to cast metals. hoʻoheheʻe, ninini.

cast₄medical. mea hoʻopaʻa.

castas for a broken arm. kimeki iwi, puna.

cast (as for a broken arm)puna iwi haki

cast (as for a broken arm)puna iwi haki

castanetmea hoʻonakeke i ka lima. see pebble.

castawayʻōlulo.

casting for uluapīpī ulua

castlekākela, hale pūkaua.

CastorNānā-mua. Castor and Pollux, Nānā-mua, Nānā-hope, Māhana, Ka-māhana, Nā-hōkū-māhana, Māhoe, Nā-māhoe, Māhoe-hope.

castor beanpāʻaila, kolī, kaʻapehā, kamākou, lāʻau ʻaila.

castor oilʻaila hoʻonahā, ʻaila nahā, ʻaila nohō, ʻaila kolī.

castor-oil plantsame as castor bean

castratepoʻa.

casualwale. casual acquaintance, he lihi kamaʻāina. casual knowledge, ʻike mālani. casual wear, ʻaʻahu ʻoluʻolu.

catpōpoki, ʻoau, ʻowau. Maltese cat, pōpoki lehu. tabby cat, pōpoki peʻelua.

catJapanese lucky welcome cat. manekineko.

catalog cardas in a library. kāleka helu kuhi puke. see call number, card catalog.

cataloguepuke nānā mea kūʻai, puke hōʻike hana. catalogue of names, papa inoa.

catalysta substance which increases the rate of a chemical reaction without being permanently changed itself. ʻūmōʻauiwawe, hōʻeleu mōʻaui.

catamaranmoku kaulua.

cataract₁see waterfall.

cataract₂disease. makaiʻa, ʻōnohiāiʻa. remove a cataract, .

cataractsteep rapids in a large river. wai kōī.

catbirdmanu pōpoki.

catchhopu (grab); ʻapo (as a ball); ʻapoʻapo; hei (in a net); loaʻa, hoʻopaʻa; hupu; poʻi, kīʻapu (between cupped hands); miliʻopu, hāhāmau (as fish with the hands). to catch a cold, loaʻa i ke anu. catch the dog, hopua mai i kaʻīlio.

catchto catch, as a ball. ʻapo. see receive.

catchingʻāpona, hopuna.

catechismkakekimo, nīnau hōʻike, ui, palapala ui; nīnau pili hoʻomana (Protestant); ui kula Sabati (Sunday School).

catechumenkakekumeno.

categorizealso to classify. waeʻano.

categorymahele, ʻano.

categoryalso division, piece, portion, department, part, land division; to divide, apportion. māhele.

categorywaeʻanona

categorywaeʻanona

caterpillar₁insect larva. peʻelua, ʻenuhe, nuhe, ʻanuhe, poko. also: (tiny); ʻūhini hulu ʻole; lohaloha, lohelohe, (in cocoon). kinds: kalawela; ʻenuhe (hawk or sphinx moths); kuawehi (dark); kuapaʻa, mū ʻai hea (destructive). first appearance of young caterpillars on vines, kāhē. to metamorphose from a caterpillar into a butterfly, hoʻomalule. infested with caterpillars, ʻanuhe, ʻānuhenuhe.

caterpillar₂machine. kakapila.

caterpillarcarnivorous caterpillar (Eupithecia spp). ʻenuhe hamuiʻa.

catfishʻoʻopu pākē.

catharticlāʻau hoʻonahā. see medicine.

cathedralluakini, hale pule nui.

cathodethe negative electrode in an electrical circuit. ʻūholo uila ʻine. see anode, electrode. cathode-ray tube (CRT). ʻohe kīwī.

CatholicKakōlika; Kakōlika Loma (Roman); Kakōlika Helene (Greek). Catholic religion, Hoʻomanapope.

CatholicismKakōlika, Hoʻomana Palani, Hoʻomanapope.

catnipkakamina.

cat's cradlehei.

cat's-eyepani-pūpū.

Catskillsa mountain range. Katakila.

cattailhuelopōpoki.

cattlepipi, puaʻa pipi; pipi kāne (bull); pipi wahine (cow); pūʻā pipi, kumu pipi (herd). see steer. to bind the feet of cattle, kūpeʻe pipi. to work with cattle, especially as a cowboy, mālama pipi. cattle herdsman, owner, kahu pipi. cattle roundup, to drive cattle, hoʻohuli pipi, hoʻā pipi.

cattle egretʻalekuʻu kau pipi.

CaucasianHaole. see white man.

caucusa meeting of political party leaders to determine policy, choose candidates, etc. haiamui.

caudal finhiʻu.

caughthopu ʻia, ʻapo ʻia, helea, heia; mau (as a fish or hook).

caulʻaʻa.

cauliflowerkāpiki pua, kalipalaoa.

cauliflowerkalipalaoa.

causekumu, mole, mea, ka ua mea, kuleana, kau, .

causekumu. see effect. a prefix indicating the instrument or cause of a particular action. ʻū-.

cautiousakahele, hoʻokanahaʻi; waiolono (rare). see carefully and saying, tongue.

cavalierkoa kawalia.

cavalrypūʻali kaua lio, pūʻali kau lio, pūʻali koa lio, kaua lio, koa kau lio. cavalry soldier, koa kaua lio. cavalry war, kaua lio.

caveana, lua, pao; lua pao (burial); luakele (concealing); nupa (deep); peʻe pao, lua huna (hidden); ʻaʻaʻā (lava). to hide in a cave, peʻe pao.

caved inʻōpaha, pohona, hāneʻe.

cavernana.

cavernoushalehale.

caviarkowaū.

cavitypoʻo, napoʻo, ʻāpoʻopoʻo, ʻōpaha, mālua. tooth cavity, puka niho.

cavityin a tooth, caries. puka niho. inner ear cavity, cochlea. haka moʻoni. nasal cavity, in linguistics. haka ihu. oral cavity. haka waha.

cavortlapa, hōʻanapau, hulahē.

cawʻalalā, ʻaua.

Cayman IslandsPae Moku Keimana

cd

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CDalso compact disc. cd ( pronounced sēdē), sēdē; cd, sēdē (preceded by ke).

CD playermīkini pā sēdē

CD playermīkini pā sēdē

ce

cea    ced    cei    cel    cem    cen    cep    cer    ces    cet    cey    

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ceasepau, hoʻopau, oki, hoʻōki, waiho, hoʻomalolo, akakuʻu.

ceaselesspau ʻole, mau.

cedarkekela, ʻaleka, paina.

Cedar HillKila-hila.

cedeas land or territory. hoʻokuʻu ʻaelike.

ceilingkaupaku, kaupoku, kilina.

ceilingkilina, huna.

CelebesSelepe. Celebes Sea. ke kai ʻo Selepe.

celebratehoʻolauleʻa. also: hoʻokulāia, hoʻokahakaha. Come to the house to celebrate Christmas, e hele mai i ka hale e hauʻoli Kalikimaka ai.

celebratedkaulana; celebrated place, pana.

celebrationhoʻolauleʻa; hana hoʻohiwahiwa (as to honor an individual).

celebritykanaka kaulana.

celerykelaki, kalelē.

celestialʻano lani.

celestialkilo ʻōuli hōkū

celestial equatorpōʻai waena lani.

celllumi hāiki; kūʻono; pukapuka (of a beehive). prison cell, lumi paʻahao, keʻena paʻahao.

cellas in databases or tables. kūʻono.

cellbiological cell. hunaola. see blood, tissue. one cell, one-celled; single cell, single-celled. hunaola kahi.

cell biologyawe ōʻewe koʻokolu

cell phonekelepona paʻa lima

cell phonekelulā

cellarlumi hoʻāhu malalo o ka hale. wine cellar, wahi hoʻāhu waina.

cellarʻōpao.

cellowaiolina kū.

cellulosekelulose.

Celsiuskelekia. abb. klk.

cementkameki, kimeki, palaina kimeki, puna kameki. to smooth fresh cement with a trowel, palaina.

cementplastic pipe cement. tuko paipu ʻea, tuko paipu. see primer. rubber cement. tuko laholio. see glue, paste.

cement mixermīkini wili kimeki

cement mixermīkini wili kimeki

cemeteryilina, pā ilina, pā kupapaʻu; papau make (rare). plot in a cemetery, pā ilina.

censeripu ahi, ipu kuni ʻala; kapuahi (for sacrifice).

censorluna ʻāpono.

censureʻāhewa, nema, kūhihi. see blame.

censushelu, helu kanaka. census taker, luna helu. to take a census, helu, helu kanaka.

censusa periodic official enumeration of a population and its characteristics. helu kanaka.

centkeneka. ten cents, kenikeni.

centkēneka. cent sign. kaha kēneka.

centennialka puni ʻana o ka haneli makahiki.

centerwaena, waenakonu, konuwaena, kikowaena. also: ʻōnohi, kuʻina; maka (of a flower or cloud); ulu (as of a canoe or net); piko (of a kōnane board).

centerof a circle. kikowaena. see entries below and learning center, shopping center. of tongue. waena alelo. turn center, in math. kikowaena wili.

centerto center, as type on a printed page. kauwaena. to center justify. hoʻokauwaena.

centeralso five man, in basketball. kūlima. in football. huki pōpō. see hike.

center circleon basketball court. pōʻai waena.

center feedto center feed, as paper into a printer or copy machine. hānai waena.

center of gravitypiko ʻumekaumaha. see gravity.

centi-a prefix meaning one hundredth (c). hapa haneli. abb. hhn. also keni-. see entries below and deci-, milli-, micro-, nano-, pico-.

centigramkenikalame. abb. kkal.

centiliterkenilika. abb. kl.

centimeterkenimekela.

centimeterkenimika. abb. knm.

centipedekanapī.

centralwaena; kikowaena (telephone operator).

Central African RepublicLepupalika ʻApelika Waena.

Central AmericaʻAmelika Waena.

Central Americaalso Central American, Latin America, Latin American. ʻamelika waena.

central anglean angle that has its vertex at the center of a circle, in math. huina kikowaena.

central business districtʻāpana pāʻoihana kauwaena. see downtown.

central vowelin linguistics. woela kauwaena. see vowel.

centrifugalacting in a direction away from a center. lele niniu. see centripetal. centrifugal force. manehu lele niniu.

centripetalacting in a direction toward a center. ʻume niniu. see centrifugal. centripetal force. manehu ʻume niniu.

centurionluna haneli.

centurykenekulia.

cephalopodsee cuttlefish, squid.

ceramiclāmeka. ceramic tile. kile lāmeka.

cerealsee breakfast food.

cerealkiliala, siriala.

cerealmea ʻai kakahiaka

cerealmea ʻai kakahiaka

cereal (breakfast food)kiriala

cereal (breakfast food)siriō

cereal (breakfast food)kiriala

cerebral hemorrhageaʻa moku i ke poʻo. cf. stroke₃.

ceremoniesopening ceremonies. wehena papahana. see closing banquet.

ceremonyhana hoʻohanohano. see canoe. religious ceremony, hana pili haipule. ancient ceremonies: ʻaha hele honua, hehu, hoʻohāpai, hoʻowilimoʻo, kā i mua, kaiʻoloa, kāmauli, kekaloakāmakamaka, lolo waʻa, hono, loulu, kauila, kuili, lupalupa, māwaewae, ʻoki poepoe, papa hana, ʻūlili, ʻuwīʻuwī, ʻiui.

cereussee night-blooming cereus.

certain₁particular. kekahi.

certain₂positive. maopopo loa. certain knowledge, ʻike pono.

certainlyhiki, hiki nō, ā ʻoia, pēlā nō, ʻoiaʻiʻo, pēlā ʻiʻo nō. Certainly not! ʻAʻole loa!

certificatepalapala (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); palapala hōʻoia, palapala hōʻike. certificate of identification, palapala kuhikuhi kino. birth certificate, palapala hānau. certificate of merit, palapala hoʻomaikaʻi. certificate of appointment, palapala hoʻokohu. certificate of clearance, palapala hoʻokuʻu. counselor's certificate, palapala hōʻoiaʻiʻo a ke kanikela. certificate of title, palapala hoʻokō.

certificateof achievement. palapala hoʻokō. gift certificate. palapala makana.

certified checkpila kīkoʻo panakō.

certifier of titleluna hōʻoiaʻiʻo palapala.

certifyhōʻoiaʻiʻo, hoʻomaopopo. certified true, hōʻoia ʻia ka ʻoiaʻiʻo.

cessationpanina, pau ʻana, oki.

cessionhoʻolilo ʻana.

cesspoollua o nā mea ʻino, luawai pelapela.

cestrummākāhala, kūpaoa.

CetusHōkū-pā (head of constellation).

CeylonKilona.

ch

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Chadalso Chadian. Kada.

chafemaoa (from friction); uhu, uilani (rebel).

chaffoka palaoa, ʻaʻa, ʻaʻaʻa, hāʻaʻa.

chagrinhoka. to cause chagrin, hoʻohoka.

chainkaula, kaula hao. watch chain, kaula uwaki.

chainkaulahao; kuʻina; pae. see food net, range, series. bicycle chain. kaulahao paikikala. chain of craters. pae lua pele. chain of seamounts. pae mauna kai. food chain. kuʻina meaʻai.

chairnoho. kinds: noho aliʻi (throne); noho huila (wheel); noho ʻie (wicker); noho kū (straight); noho moe (divan); noho ʻopiʻopi (folding); noho paipai (rocking).

chair legwāwae noho.

chairmanluna hoʻomalu, aliʻi hoʻomalu, luna noho, ikū haʻi.

chaise loungemoe hilinaʻi.

chalcedonykalekekona.

ChaldeaKalekea, Kaledea.

chalkpoho.

chalkpoho (preceded by ke). chalk dust. ehu poho. chalk tray. paepae poho. colored chalk. poho kala.

challengehōʻaʻano, ʻaʻa. also: hoʻohoa, hoʻonahoa; ʻaʻahuā (jealous). to accept a challenge, ʻaʻa.

challengechallenge or enrichment book. puke hoʻonui ʻike.

chambera generalized term for any of the chambers of the heart. keʻena. see entry below and atrium, ventricle.

chamberbubble chamber, in chemistry. hōkelo huʻa. cloud chamber, a scientific device which detects nuclear particles through the formation of cloud tracks. hōkelo ao. magma chamber. nupa pelemaka.

chamber potipu lepo, ipu mimi, ipu hana lepo, ipu hanawai.

chameleonkameleona.

chamoiskame.

chamoisalso chamois cloth. welu ʻili.

champagnekamapane.

champakmiulana.

championmea lanakila, poʻokela, pūkaua, moho.

championalso champions. moho. see championship.

championshipin sports. hoʻokūkū kahului. see scrimmage, tournament.

chancemanawa (opportunity). take a chance, hoʻāʻo.

chancepossibility of an indicated outcome, in math. papaha. see outcome, probability. chance space, as on a game board such as monopoly. kuea huki pepa.

chancellorpoʻo nui.

chancelloras of a college or university. poʻo kulanui. see president, provost.

change₁transformation. loli, hoʻolilo, hoʻololi, huli, hoʻohuli. also: kāhuli, lolina; kuanoni (as color); hulihia (complete); ʻoʻolopū (rare); mīkololia (as appearance); ʻōkeʻe (direction); kaʻa mea (as the wind, or an idea); change into, . time of change, huliau. to change form, hoʻokūākino. to change skin from chrysalis state, māunu. changes of instrument, hoʻololi ʻana maloko o ka palapala (legal). to cause or induce change, hoʻohuli. to change clothes, hoʻololi i ka lole. change the mind (of someone else), hoʻohuli manaʻo.

change₂money. kenikeni, keni; wāhi (to change, as a hundred dollar bill); small change, ʻōkeni, mea heleleʻi. Have you change? He keni nō kāu?

changeas from a purchase. koena. loose change. kālā heleleʻi, kenikeni. to change or break, as a twenty-dollar bill. wāwahi.

changeto change or replace, as in a search-and-replace feature in a computer program. kuapo. to find and change, search and replace. huli a kuapo. to not make any change, leave as is, as in a computer program. waiho.

changechemical change. loli kemikala. geologic change. loli honua. to change something into a different form or product. hoʻolilo.

changekālā heleleʻi

changeableloliloli, lolelua, lauwili, also: pūlewa, palaʻie, ihu kāninonino; mūheʻe, ʻōlewa.

channelkōwā. also: alawai, , ʻauwaha, awa, māno; āmio (narrow). channel markers, ule hole.

channelalso station, as on radio or television. kānela.

chantoli (not for dancing), hula (for dancing); mele (general name for chants and songs; for various kinds see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). kinds of chants: ʻalalā, haʻanoʻu, haʻi kupuna, hea inoa, helu, heʻu, hoʻāeae, hoʻāla kuahu, hoʻi, hoʻopuka, ʻiʻi, inoa, kāhoa, kaʻi, kake, kakekake, kanikau, kāohi, kau, kaukau, kāwele, kepakepa, kūʻauhau, malo, nīpolo, paeaea, paha, waʻa. see (EM 6-7) for a classification of chants. Humming sound of chanting, hano.

chantermea oli, mea olioli, hoʻopaʻa.

chaosneoneo, .

chapkaʻaka. old chap, ʻelekule.

chapelhale pule.

chapiterluna kia.

chaptermokuna; pāpale (architectural).

char siu (Chinese roast pork)chāsiu

char siu (Chinese roast pork)chāsiu

character₁nature. ʻano. also: ʻōuli, loko, umauma.

character₂symbol. hōʻailona.

character₃see person.

characteras in a story, play, movie, etc. hāmeʻe.

characteras of type in a computer program. hua paʻi, hua.

character operatormea ulele hua. see set type.

characteristicʻano, welo, kū i keʻano.

charcoallānahu, nānahu.

charcoalnānahu. see coal.

charge₁levy a price. hoʻouku, uku. transportation charge, uku kaʻa. free of charge, manuahi.

charge₂defer payment. hōʻaiʻē, kāki, ʻauhau.

charge₃accusation. ʻōlelo hoʻāhewa, ʻahewa, hoʻopiʻi.

charge₄in battle. hoʻouka.

charge₅command. kauoha. to be in charge of, kaʻa, kuleana.

chargekāki. see entry below and account, cost, price. charge card. kāleka kāki, ʻea kāki. charge or credit account, as in a bank. waihona kāki.

chargeelectric charge. ikehu uila. neutral charge. ikehu uila hohoki, ikehu hohoki. see positive, negative. to charge, as a battery. hoʻoikehu.

charged waterwai pipiʻi, wai piʻipiʻi.

chariothale kaʻa; kaʻa kaua (war).

charitablelokomaikaʻi, aloha.

charityaloha, manawaleʻa.

CharlesKale. Charles' law, in science, i.e. the volume of a gas increases as its temperature increases if the pressure remains constant. ke kānāwai a Kale.

CharlestonKalekona, Kaletona.

Charley horsewāwae huki, lāʻau.

charmingmāhie, hoʻomāhie, hoʻopunihei, hoʻohoihoi.

Charona moon of pluto. Kālona.

charred woodmomoku ahi.

chartpalapala kuhikuhi.

chartalso graph, plot. pakuhi. see Hawaiian entries under pakuhi and graph, plot. conversion chart. pakuhi hoʻololi. metric conversion chart. pakuhi hoʻololi mekalika. flow chart. pakuhi kaʻina. to chart, make a chart or graph. kākuhi. to make a flow chart. kākuhi kaʻina.

charterpalapala hoʻohui, palapala hoʻokumu, palapala hoʻokohu hui; hoʻolimalima (rent).

chartera document defining the organization of a city, colony, or corporate body. palapala hoʻokumu.

charter schoolkula hoʻāmana

charter schoolkula hoʻāmana

chasealualu, hahai, uhai, ʻāhaʻi. also: naholo, hoʻonaholo, kaukolo, kauholo. chase off, kipaku, hoʻopuhalahio, hoʻopalaheʻe, hoʻomahuka.

chasehoʻohai

chase fishlawaiʻa paʻipaʻi

chase fishlawaiʻa paʻipaʻi

chasmnupa. see ravine.

chastemaʻemaʻe, kūkapu.

chastise.hoʻopaʻi.

chastity beltsee luʻukia.

chatkamaʻilio hoʻonanea, keaka. also: pāleo, hūhā.

chattelwaiwai lewa.

chatterpuaʻohi, ʻohi, ʻohi hāpuku, ʻohipua, ʻohikui, walaʻau wale, hauwalaʻau, kūkahekahe, kakahili.

chatterboxpuaʻohi.

chauffeurkalaiwa, hoʻokelekele kaʻa, hoʻokele kaʻa, kia kaʻa.

cheapemi, makepono.

cheapenhoʻēmi i ka waiwai ʻiʻo.

cheatʻāpuka, pākaha, kikiki, kolohe, ʻaihue, hoʻopunipuni. also: kaha, hōʻepa, ʻapuhi, hōʻiole, lonu. see ratlike. gross cheat, ʻimi loaʻa ma ka hoʻopunipuni.

cheatkikiki.

cheatkikiti

check₁bank. pila kīkoʻo, pepa kīkoʻo, palapala kīkoʻo.

check₂to restrain. keʻakeʻa, kāohi, hoʻālia. also: kōhi, kaʻukaʻu, ʻaʻa, pūkī. checks and balances, as in government, hoʻokūʻia.

check₃to mark. kaha.

check₄to verify. nānā pono i nā hewa, hōʻoiaʻiʻo.

checkcheck mark. kahamakau. to verify or give proof, as for a math problem. hōʻoia. spell-checker; to spell check. loipela.

checkbank check. pila kīkoʻo. see money order. cashier's or certified check; also bank draft. pila kīkoʻo panakō. traveler's check. pila kīkoʻo huakaʻi.

check (chess)kuʻia₅

check (chess)kuʻia₅

check into check in or register, as at a conference or hotel. kāinoa komo, kāinoa. see check out, registration.

check linekaula kāohi.

check outto check out, as of a hotel. kāinoa puka. see check in, registration. to check out or borrow something by signing for it. kāinoa.

check out cardkāleka kauinoa puke

check out cardkāleka kauinoa puke

check registermoʻo pila kīkoʻo.

checkerboardpapa kōnane, papamū.

checkeredpapamū (as gingham).

checkerskōnane. also: kōlane, papamū, , hiua. kōnane stone, hiu, ʻulu; ʻiliʻili kea (white); ʻiliʻili ʻeleʻele (black). see ex., kou. to move, as in checkers, kaʻi hele, kuʻi. to lose in checkers, as a stone or game, holo. to play kōnane, kōnane.

checkers. see chess. Chinese checkers. Pākē.

checkerspāʻani mū

checkerspāʻani mū

checking accountas in a bank. waihona kīkoʻo. see account.

checkmarkkaha.

checkpointalso review. nāʻana.

checks and balancesas in government. hoʻokuʻia.

cheddarkeka. cheddar cheese. waiūpaʻa keka.

chee-fahkīpā.

cheekpapālina, pāpālina. rosy cheeks, papālina ʻulaʻula, nono, nononea. plump cheeks, papālina ʻuheke. soft cheeks, papālina lahilahi. long cheeks, papālina loloa. cheek of the buttocks, hūkeu.

cheekboneā; high cheekbone, kekē nā iwiiwi papālina.

cheekymahaʻoi.

cheepkio, ʻioʻio. see chirp.

cheer₁encourage. hoʻolana, hoʻopaipai. also: hoʻomālaʻe, hoʻomāmā.

cheer₂shout. hoʻōho, hulō.

cheerfulhoihoi, hauʻoli mau, hoʻolana. cheerful look, maka hinu.

cheerleaderalakaʻi hoʻopaipai.

cheershipahipa, hulō.

cheesewaiūpaʻa, waiūpakapaʻa; cottage cheese, waiūhakuhaku.

cheesewaiūpaʻa. cheddar cheese. waiūpaʻa keka. cottage cheese. waiūhakuhaku. Parmesan cheese. waiūpaʻa Pamesana. process(ed) cheese. waiūpaʻa i haʻaliu ʻia. Swiss cheese. waiūpaʻa Kuikilani.

cheetahleopaki kikī.

chefmeakuke

chefmeakuke

chemicalkemika.

chemicalkemikala. see coefficient. chemical activity. mōʻaui kemikala. chemical change. loli kemikala. chemical energy. ikehu kemikala. chemical equation. haʻihelu kemikala. balanced chemical equation. haʻihelu kemikala kaulike. chemical formula. haʻilula kemikala. chemical property. ʻanopili kemikala (preceded by ke). chemical solution. māʻōʻāna kemikala. chemically combined. ʻōʻā kemikala ʻia. to treat chemically, as sewage. kāemikala.

chemisemuʻumuʻu.

chemistkemika. see chemistry.

chemistryhana kemika, paʻipaʻi lāʻau, hoʻohuihui lāʻau.

chemistrykemika.

chemotrophickoʻe wai pele

cherimoyamomona, kelemoio.

cherishpūlama, hoʻoheno; haʻaheo (with pride). also: nēnē, hoʻolauaʻe, hoʻomoamoa, hoʻopulakaumaka; hōkeo (secretly); moamahi.

cherishedpūlama ʻia, mili nanea, milimili nanea.

cherrieshua ʻai

cherrieshua ʻai

cherrykeli.

cherubkelupa.

cherubimkelupima.

chess kākela. see checkers.

chessmū kākela

chessmū kākela

chest₁anatomy. umauma, keʻapaʻa, houpo. narrow-chested, umauma hāiki; paūhu (rare). broad-chested, umauma lahalaha.

chest₂container. pahu, holoaʻa.

chesttoy chest. pahu mea pāʻani, waihona mea pāʻani. treasure chest. pahu waihona waiwai.

chest passin basketball; to throw such a pass. kīloi umauma.

chestnutpelakano, pelane (KJV).

chest-slapping gamekulakulaʻi.

chest-slapping hulapaʻi umauma.

chewmama (without swallowing); nau, namu (with closed mouth). to chew gum, nau kamu. to chew the cud, hoʻolualuaʻi. chewed food (as kava, kukui nut for medicine), māna ʻai.

chewing tobaccopaka nau.

CheyenneKene.

ChicagoKikako.

chicksee chicken.

chickyoung chick; also sound to call chickens by imitating a young chick. piopio.

chickadeemanu kikakī.

chickenmoa; moa hiwa, moa ʻalae (black); moa lawa, moa uakea (white); moa ʻula hiwa (black with red at neck and rump); moa nēnē (speckled); moa pua hau (yellow); piopio (at about the fryer stage). The chicken is a chief, the chicken sits on top of the house, he liʻi ka moa, kau ana ka moa i luna o ka hale (FS 101). chicken house, hale moa. little chicken, moa keiki, ʻioʻio moa, kīnana. little chicks, bristling down (FS 81), moa keiki, kukū ka heuheu (fear of a great warrior). Scatter everywhere peeping chicks in the forest, chilled and fleeing (FS 81), ʻauheʻe liʻiliʻi, ʻioʻio moa o ka nahele, i ka lī a ke ʻauheʻe nui (defeat in war).

chickendrumstick. pālaumoa. chicken breast. umauma moa. chicken thigh. ʻūhā moa.

chicken fightinghaka moa

chicken fightinghaka moa

chicken long ricemoa laiki loloa

chicken long ricemoa laiki loloa

chicken poxmaʻi puʻupuʻu liʻiliʻi.

chicken poxpuʻupuʻu moa.

chicken skidmoa paheʻe

chicken skidmoa paheʻe

chickweednehinehāuli.

chiefaliʻi, lani. see sayings, ʻawaʻahia, kalo, leo, mana₂, uhaʻi₂, chicken, cliff. tenure of a chief, noho aliʻi. to claim relationship to a chief, hoʻopilipili aliʻi, piʻi aliʻi. to boast of association with a chief so as to enhance oneʻs glory, pai aliʻi. offspring of a chief, hua lani, mamo aliʻi, pua aliʻi, kama lani. chief of an island or district, aliʻi ʻai moku, aliʻi kū i ka moku, aliʻi noho moku. to make a chief, hoʻāliʻi. epithets for an exalted chief: lani aliʻi, ēwe lani, hiwa lani, mana weu lani, lani kua kaʻa, aliʻi pūʻō lani, koholua. Peace is a chief, the lord of love, he aliʻi ka laʻi, he haku na ke aloha (poetic). In poetry, the presence of a chief may be signified by references to rain, mist, rainbow, hawk, cliff, or great height.

chief justiceluna kānāwai kiʻekiʻe ā kaulike.

chief of policeluna mākaʻi.

chiefessaliʻi wahine, aliʻi.

chieflylani, leʻolani, kūlani, aualiʻi, papa aliʻi. see chief.

chieftainshipnoho aliʻi.

ChihuahuaKihuahua.

childkeiki, kama; nōpuʻu (Niʻihau). also: lei, pua, liko, ʻōpuʻu, hāpuʻu, hānau, pokeʻo. see orphan. beloved child, kama lei, pua lei, lei kau maka, keiki punahele. only child, kama kahi, hua kahi, hānau kahi (see saying, ʻaʻo). oldest child, makahiapo, hiapo, hānau mua. youngest child, keiki hope loa, muli hope. royal child, keiki aliʻi, kama lani, lei lani, pua lani. adopted child, keiki hānai, keiki hoʻokama. illegitimate child, keiki manuahi, hua hāʻule. one who tends a child, kahu keiki. mischievous child, keiki kolohe, kolekolea. child who stays near a parent, hiʻialo. to carry, and care for, a beloved child, hiʻialo, hiʻipaka, hiʻipoi, hiʻilei. to bear a child, hānau, hua, keiki, loaʻa. ceremony for first-born child, māwaewae. child's disease, maʻi keiki, ʻea. to instruct a child, hiʻipaka.

childbearinghānau kama.

childbirthhānau, hānau keiki ʻana, hoʻohānau. see discharge.

childhoodwā kamaliʻi, wā keiki, wā liʻiliʻi, wā ʻuʻuku. also: pokeʻo. childhood playmate, hoa kamaliʻi.

childishhoʻokamaliʻi.

childlesskama ʻole, keiki ʻole, lālā ʻole. cf. barren.

childrenkamaliʻi: ʻohā (fig.). two children reared together, kama lua. children who leave home, hiʻikua. children of Israel, mamo o ʻIkelaʻela. to bear many children, hānau kama, hoʻoluʻa.

Chilealso Chilean. Kile, Kili.

ChileanKili, Kile.

chilikili.

chili peppersnīoi (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it).

chillyhuʻihuʻi, , koʻekoʻe, make anu, anuanu. also: pūanuanu, lī lua, naoa, makaʻeleʻele, hauʻoki, mūʻululū, kūʻululū, kalakū, ʻuhē. see cold. to get chilly, piʻi ke anu.

chimeō.

chimneypuka uahi; aniani ipu kukui, ʻomo, ʻomo ipu kukui (lamp).

chimneypuka uahi.

chimpanzeekimepani.

chinʻauwae. also: kaʻolo, ʻolo; ʻāʻī ʻoloʻolo (double). mature chin, ʻauwae oʻo (unsocial, unfriendly). yellowed chin, ʻauwae lenalena (of old age).

chinʻauae

chinʻauae

China₁the country. Pākē, Kina, ʻĀina Pākē; ʻāina pua (poetic).

china₂crockery. Pā a me nā pola like ʻole.

Chinakina, ʻĀina Pākē. see Chinese. East China Sea. ke Kai ʻo Kina Hikina. South China Sea. ke Kai ʻo Kina Hema.

chinchilla rabbitlāpaki kinikila, lāpiki kinikila, ʻiole lāpiki kinikila.

ChinesePākē, Kina; Kinikiu (uncomplimentary name).

Chinesepākē. see China.

Chinese bananaMaiʻa Pākē.

Chinese cabbagekāpiki Pākē

Chinese cabbagekāpiki Pākē

Chinese checkers Pākē.

Chinese New YearKonohī.

Chinese rice flowerMikilana.

chinkʻakaka. chinks, pukapuka.

chin-uphukialewa, hukialewa pohokua. see pull-up.

chipmāmala, hunahuna hoʻokala (as of wood); unu (of stone); māʻiʻo (crockery).

chipas used in checkers, counting, pocker, etc. hiu. as in computer hardware. unu. see processor. as a potato chip. kipi. potato chip. kipi ʻuala kahiki. taro chip. kipi kalo.

chippāʻunu

chippāʻunu

chipmonkʻakuiki, kiulela ʻakuiki.

chipmunkʻiole māmala

chipmunkʻiole māmala

chipsunu kākoʻi

chiropracticalso to practice chiropractic. pālomi. chiropractor. kauka pālomi.

chiropractorkauka haʻihaʻi iwi.

chirpʻio, kio, ʻōʻioʻio, māʻioʻio, pio, nēnē, hānēnē; hae (noisily); mūkekeke, kīkīkoʻu.

chiselpao, kila, koʻi pāhoa, lipi; ʻoʻoma (gouge); pōhaku pao (stone); kila pao (steel); koʻi hōʻoma.

chiselkila, kila pao.

chi-squared distributionin math. haʻihelu hoʻoili.

chitchatʻōʻioʻio, kamakamaʻilio, nuku hoʻomau.

chitonkuapaʻa.

chloridekoloriside. cobalt chloride. kobalata koloriside. stannous chloride. satanousa koloriside.

chloridopsChloridops kona, grosbeak finch. hona. Chloridops regiskongi, King Kong finch. nuku ʻekue.

chlorinekaloline.

chlorinekolorine.

chlorodanekolorodane.

chlorofluorocarbonkolorofoloro-kalapona.

chloroformlāʻau hoʻohiamoe, lāʻau moe.

chloroformkolopoma.

chlorophyllkolopila. see plastid.

chloroplastkolopalake.

chlorosisa condition in plants as a result of deficient nitrogen. makenaikokene.

chocolatekokoleka.

chocolatealso hot chocolate. kokoleka. chocolate with whipped cream. kokoleka me ke kalima huipa. chocolate with steamed milk. kokoleka me ka waiū māhu. chocolate with frothed milk. kokoleka me ka waiū huʻahuʻa.

choice₁selection. koho, wae ʻana. first choice, koho mua. right choice, koho pololei. choice song, mele koho ʻia.

choice₂of high quality. laha ʻole, mea laha ʻole, hiwa; ʻeleʻī (fig.).

choiceas in a computer program. koho. see pro-choice.

choirpapa hīmeni.

chokelaoa, puʻua, kalea (intransitive); ʻumi (transitive); kāhihi (as by weeds); haʻu (as with sobs). choking sensation, kāʻaweʻawe.

chokingʻumina.

cholerakolela, maʻi kukule.

cholesterolnaʻokoko.

chollaa kind of cactus. pānini kioia.

choosekoho, hoʻokoho, wae, hoʻowae, waewae. to choose rightly, koho pololei. to choose arbitrarily, at random, koho honua.

chooseto choose, as in a computer program. koho.

choosywaewae, kamalani, kūlana waewae.

chopkua, kākā, ʻokiʻoki, ʻāpahu, pokepoke; ʻāpana (as of lamb). chopped off, pahupū.

choppyʻahulu, hānupa; kepakepa, pikipikiʻō, haoʻa.

chopsticklāʻau ʻai.

chopstickslāʻau ʻai, lāʻau lālau mea ʻai.

choral grouppapa hīmeni.

choral singinghīmeni puwalu.

chordkīkoʻo (of an arc); hua māhoe (in music).

chordof an arc, in math. kaula hōʻike piʻo.

chordophonea musical instrument whose sound is produced by plucking, strumming, striking, or bowing strings. olokaula. see Hawaiian entries beginning with olo-.

choreographeralso to choreograph. kūkulu hulahula.

choreshana liʻiliʻi

choreshana liʻiliʻi

chorushui, mele hui (of a song). see choral group.

chrisomkelema.

ChristKristo, Karisto. Jesus Christ, Iesu Kristo.

ChristianKalikiano, Kristiano, Kilikiano, Kiritiano.

Christian Endeavor SocietyʻAhahui Hōʻikaika Kalikiano. see Young People's Christian Endeavor Society.

Christian ScienceHoʻomana Naʻauao.

ChristianityHoʻomana Kalikiano.

ChristmasKalikimaka, Kalikamaka.

Christmas ballthe tree ornament. pōpō wehi lāʻau Kalikimaka. see ornament.

Christmas EveAhiahi Kalikimaka.

Christmas treeLāʻau Kalikimaka.

Christmas-berry treeWilelaiki; nani-o-Hilo (Molokaʻi).

chromatographyhōʻauikala. see silica gel g. paper chromatography. hōʻauikala pepa. thin-layer chromatography. hōʻauikala papa lahilahi. chromatograph. kiʻi hōʻauikala. chromatographic paper. pepa hōʻauikala.

chromosomeawe ōewe.

chronicmaʻamau, kuluma. chronic illness, kaʻa maʻi, maʻi kuluma, maʻimaʻi, ōmaʻimaʻi.

chroniclemoʻolelo.

ChroniclesʻOihana Aliʻi (Biblical).

chronologymanawa, hōʻike manawa, palapala hōʻike manawa, kuhikuhi o ka manawa.

chronometerkalanomeka.

chrysaliswiliʻōkaʻi, ʻōwiliʻōkaʻi (of night moth).

chrysaliswiliʻōkaʻi.

chrysanthemumpua pākē; pua pākē pihi (dwarf). varieties: haleloke, wailuku.

chrysolitekelukoliko.

chrysoprasekelukopelako.

chubbynepunepu, mākolukolu; pōlunu (rare). see idiom, octopus.

chuckleʻaka iki.

chukarmanu pukekē

chum₁Makamaka.

chum₂for fish. kūpalu, hoʻolulu.

churchhale pule, luakini, pule; ʻekalekia, ekalesia (the organization, not the building). Church census, helu ʻekalekia.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day SaintsHoʻomana o Iesu Kristo o nā Poʻe Hoʻāno o nā Lā Hope Nei.

churnipu kuʻi waiūpaka, kuʻi.

chutney mangomanakō kāne, manakō kū kāne.

ci

cid    cig    cil    cin    cir    cis    cit    civ    

ca    cd    ce    ch    ci    cl    co    cp    cr    cu    cy    cz       -top-  

ciderkaika, kika, wai ʻōhiʻa.

cigarkīkā.

cigar flowerkīkā, pua kīkā.

cigar-box ʻukuleleʻukulele pahu kīkā.

cigarettekikaliki.

ciguaterapoisoning caused by eating fish with accumulated toxic substance in its flesh. kaʻelo.

ciliumalso cilia. huluheu.

cinderʻākeke, pula lānahu, lānahu pōhaku; hunaahi (live); one ʻā (volcanic).

cinderʻākeke. cinder cone. puʻu ʻākeke. volcanic cinder. one ʻā.

cinderyʻākeke, makaili.

cinemakiʻi ʻoniʻoni.

cinnamonkinamona.

cinnamonkinamona.

circleapo, pōʻai, pōhai, hoʻowiliwili; pōʻaha (as of flowers); circle of canoes, ponawaʻa (rare); circumference of a circle, kahapōʻai; radius of a circle, kahahānai; tangent of a circle, kahapili.

circlecircular shape; as in preschool programs; to sit in a circle. lina poepoe. the geometric shape. pōʻai. circle graph. pakuhi pōʻai. center of a circle. kikowaena. radius of a circle. kahahānai. concentric circle s. pōʻai kikowaena kahi. semicircle. pōʻai hapalua. center circle, on a basketball court. pōʻai waena. to circle, i.e. draw a circle around something. kahalina. a circle around a period, colon, or semicolon to show that it has been inserted, in proofreading. lina hoʻokomo.

circuitkaʻapuni, apo, pōʻai, puni.

circuitcomplete circuit, lap. puni. electric circuit. puni uila. circuit breaker, a device which automatically interrupts electric current before wires in a circuit get too hot. ʻūʻoki puni uila.

circuit courtʻaha kaʻapuni, ʻaha hoʻokolokolo kaʻapuni.

circuit judgeluna kānāwai kaʻapuni.

circuitouslauwili, lauwiliwili, kaʻawiliwili.

circularpoepoe.

circulatehoʻolaha, hoʻolaulaha, wiliau; nakulu (as a rumor), lana (as blood); holo kaʻapuni.

circulateto circulate, as blood. holo puni.

circulatedlaulaha, laha.

circulatory systemmāno wai.

circulatory systemalso cardiovascular system. ʻōnaehana mānowai, ʻōnaehana mānowai koko.

circumcisekahe, kahe ule, ʻoki poepoe. also: kaha ule, ʻōmuʻo. see subincise. circumcised penis. ule kahe.

circumferenceanapuni, kahaapo; kahapōʻai (of a circle).

circumferenceanapuni.

circumnavigateholopuni, pōʻai haele, pōʻai puni.

circumspectme ke akahele, nihi, nihinihi.

circumstanceʻano. under these circumstances, malalo o kēia mau ʻano.

circumstancesextenuating circumstances. kumu kūikawā.

circumventkeʻakeʻa. see prevent.

circushōʻikeʻike; keaka lio (horse show).

circuskeleku.

cirro-cumulus cloudsʻōpua maka ʻupena, kahaʻea.

cirrus cloudao lālahilewa. see cloud.

cisternluawai, kiʻo, lua hoʻokiʻo wai.

citehaʻakuhi

citehaʻakuhi

citizenkupa, makaʻāinana. fellow citizen, hoa makaʻāinana.

citizenkupa, makaʻāinana. dual citizen. kupa kaumokuʻāina pālua, makaʻāinana kaumokuʻāina pālua.

citizenship paperspalapala hoʻokupa.

citratekitarahate. sodium citrate. sodiuma kitarahate.

citronkikelona.

citrusʻohana ʻālani.

citykūlanakauhale, kūnanakauhale, kūlanahale, kūnanahale. city of refuge, puʻuhonua.

citygeneral term; town. kūlanakau-hale. see municipality. city block. pōlaka. downtown. kaona. urban area. kiwikā.

civickīwila, siwila.

civic buildinghale kīwila

civic buildinghale kīwila

civil₁see polite.

civil₂pertaining to citizens. kīwila, siwila.

civil casehihia waiwai.

civil codekānāwai kīwila.

civil disobediencebreaking a law because it goes against personal morals. ʻaʻa kānāwai.

civil engineersee engineer.

civil lawkānāwai kīwila, kānāwai sīwila.

civil lawskānāwai kīwila.

civil rightspono kīwila.

civil servicehana kīwila.

civil unresthaunaele kūloko.

civil warkaua kūloko.

civiliankīwila, siwila.

civilian laborerspoʻe limahana kīwila.

civilizationka nohona mālamalama o ka lāhui, aokanaka.

civilizehoʻomālamalama.

civilizedhoʻonaʻauaoʻia.

cl

cla    cle    cli    clo    clu    

ca    cd    ce    ch    ci    cl    co    cp    cr    cu    cy    cz       -top-  

clabbered milkwaiūhakuhaku.

claimpalapala hoʻopiʻi; palapala kumu kuleana ʻāina, kuleana (for land); koi. claims for damage, koi pohō.

claimclaim for damages, as to an insurance company. koi pohō. to make a claim for damages. hoʻopiʻi i ke koi pohō. to settle, as a claim. hoʻonā. see land court, land registration system.

claim numberkuleana helu.

claimantmea nāna ke kuleana, mea e koi ana, mea koi.

clamʻōlepe, pāpaua, paua.

clammyʻālikalika.

clamorousʻikuwā, olokē, ʻuwā nui.

clampʻūmiʻi, ʻumiki, ʻūpiki; ʻūmiʻi pepa (paper). needle clamp on a sewing machine, kūʻau kui kele. clamps for canoe, pūkiʻi waʻa, kuamoʻo.

clampʻūmiʻi. see forceps. pinch clamp. ʻūmiʻi pani. test tube clamp. ʻūmiʻi hano hoʻokolohua. utility clamp. ʻūmiʻi hoʻopaʻa.

clanno Hawaiian term in the anthropological sense; see family, ʻalaea, ʻohana.

clanalso subtribe. hapū. see tribe.

clandestinelymalū, peʻe.

clang, kanikē.

clappaʻi, paʻipaʻi, paʻipaʻi lima; kuʻi (as of thunder). to clap the hands against the body, ʻūpoʻipoʻi. to clap the hands with the palms slightly cupped, kilipoʻipoʻi.

clapperʻulu, ʻulu kani (bell).

claretkalaleka.

clarificationhoʻākaaka.

clarifyhoʻākaaka, hoʻomōakaaka, hoʻopohala, hoʻāʻiaʻi.

clarifyto explain. hoʻākāka.

clarinetkalioneke.

ClarisWorksa nickname for the computer program. Kaleiwahana.

claritymōakaaka, moakāka, moaka, aliali, ali, mālamalama.

clash₁sound. kuʻi, kanikē.

clash₂conflict. hoʻokūʻē.

claspmiʻi, apo, lou, pūʻili, pūliki; pūlima (hands); ʻūmiʻi; ʻūmiʻi paʻa (firmly).

classpapa. chiefly class, papa aliʻi. leading class, papa poʻo. middle class, papa waena. second class, papa lua. commoner class, , makaʻāinana, noanoa.

classto take a class. aia i loko o ka papa, komo i loko o ka papa. see Hawaiian entries aia, komo and course.

classicpanina.

classificationwaeʻanona

classificationwaeʻanona

classification boardpapa hoʻonohonoho.

classifyhoʻonohonoho, hoʻonohonoho papa, kūkulu papa.

classifyalso to categorize. waeʻano.

classmatehoa kula.

classmatehoa papa

classmatehoa papa

classroomlumi papa

classroomlumi papa

classroom pastehoʻopipili

classroom pastehoʻopipili

clatterkamumu, kāmūmumu, haukamumu, haluku, hālukuluku, hawewe, haukawewe, kawewe, nakulu, nākulukulu; hāʻukēʻukē (in swinging back and forth).

clausemāmalaʻōlelo.

clauseor grammatical sentence. pepeke. dependent clause. pepeke ʻōhua. main clause. pepeke haku.

claviclecollarbone. iwi lei.

clawmikiʻao, mānea, maiʻao, māiʻuʻu (bird); niho, niho kīlou (crab). to claw, koe, walu, ʻuwalu, waluhia, waluwalu, waʻu, uwaʻu, waʻuwaʻu, wawalu.

clawmaiʻuʻu.

clawingwaluna.

claypālolo, lepo kāwili, lepo mānoanoa, lepo ʻūlikalika. kinds: lepo kuhue, maʻaʻulaʻula, lepo kīʻaha. clay pit, lua pālolo. clay dish, pā lepo. clay pot, ipu lepo. clay vessel, lepo kīʻaha.

claymodeling clay. kalē. see play-doh. as for ceramics; clay dirt. pālolo.

claylikepālololo, ʻūlika, lina.

cleanmaʻemaʻe; pōlani (rare). to clean, hoʻomaʻemaʻe, holoi, hoʻoholoi, kaka; kuaʻi (as a chicken); ʻōhiki (as ears).

cleaner wrasseLabroides phthiro-phegus, a kind of fish. hīnālea nāʻuke.

cleanershale hoʻomaʻemaʻe

cleanershale hoʻomaʻemaʻe

cleaning bitwili hoʻomaʻemaʻe

cleaning bitwili hoʻomaʻemaʻe

cleaning fluidwai hoʻomaʻemaʻe.

cleanlinessmaʻemaʻe. see saying, kāpulu.

cleansinghoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻana. also: wehe, wehewehe, lele wai, lele uli, māwae, mōwae, mōae, lileiuli; ceremonial cleansing, huikala; pūlimu (for the sick); kelea (for a priest); mental cleansing, hoʻoponopono; cleansing fluid, wai hoʻomaʻemaʻe.

clearmōakaaka, akaaka, akāka, mālaʻe, kālaʻe, mālamalama. also: kōnane, kōnale, , laʻelaʻe, mōlaʻelaʻe, hoʻolaʻe, nōlaʻelaʻe, kaulaʻelaʻe, kānaʻe, mōhala, mōhola, mōhalahala, aniani, aliali, hoʻāliali, aʻiaʻi, hoʻāʻiaʻi, alenale, nale, molale, pualalea, kea, palakea, paʻihi, māhelahela, ʻalaneo, leʻa, māʻila, keʻo, keʻokeʻo, aukahi, pāniani, miomio, hahu, pālala, molakea, pōlale, ōhāhā, palamea, maomao, mohā, mahikū, huaka. to clear off (as weather), mao, hoʻokuʻu. to clear, as brush, waele, wawaele, wele, welewele, welehia, , hoʻokuakahi, kuehu, mauele, mauwele, mauwelekā, lauhuʻe, kāheu. to clear, as the throat, pūhā, ʻuhūʻuhū. to see clearly, ʻike maopopo, maopopo ka ʻikena, ʻike leʻa. clearly thought, piha pono ka manaʻo. Haleakalā is clear, akaaka wale ʻo Haleakalā (of anything clear).

clearplain, intelligible. mōakāka. to clear, as data in a computer program. holoi.

clearingpaia, mākaʻa, pāpū; kāhanahana (as in a forest). see clear.

clearingin pasture or range land. pāhuʻa.

cleatspoukū (supporting canoe seats).

cleavemāwae, mōwae, wāhi.

cleaverpahi hahau.

clefhōʻailona mele, . tenor clef, kahahui.

clefin music. hōʻailona mele. bass clef. hōʻailona mele leo kāne, leo kāne. treble clef. hōʻailona mele leo wahine, leo wahine.

cleftmāwae, mōwae, kama.

cleptomaniakuko ʻaihue.

clergyʻoihana hemolele. see minister₁, priest.

clerkkākau ʻōlelo, kupakako.

clerkmea kālepa

clerkmea kālepa

ClevelandKaliwalana.

cleverakamai, noʻeau, loea. also: lae ʻula, hoʻokāʻau, hoʻokāpuhi.

clickhāʻukēʻukē, mūkā, kīkē, paʻina. click glasses, kīkē kīʻaha.

clickas the sound produced when click ing a computer mouse. paʻina. to press or depress, as in a computer program. kōmi, kaomi.

click bugkānepaʻina.

cliffpali, palipaʻa. tall or distant cliff, pali loa. towering cliff, pali halehale, pali hiʻi. sheer sea cliff, hulaʻana. vertical cliff, pali kū. base of cliff, palipaʻa maoli. small cliff or slope, papali. small cliffs, kīpāpali. notched cliff, pali kuʻi. series of cliffs, pali kuʻi, kakaʻi pali. to stand on or fish from a cliff, kūpali. a cliff where tropic birds fly, he pali lele koaʻe (sheer, tall). back a cliff, front a moon, pali ke kua, mahina ke alo (of handsome persons). Poetic references to pali may signify a handsome physique, a chief, or hardships, difficulties, and disdain.

cliffwave-cut cliff. pali ʻaʻaianalu. see weathered. small cliffs. kīpāpali.

cliffbrakekalamoho, kalamoho lau liʻi.

cliffedʻōpalipali.

climateaniau. see climatology, microclimate, weather.

climatologykālaianiau. climatologist. kanaka kālaianiau, mea kālaianiau.

climax communityin biology. kaiaulu ʻāhaʻi.

climbpiʻi. also: piʻikū, pinana, piʻina, eʻe, kūʻoʻili. to keep climbing, eʻeʻe. to climb mountains, piʻi mauna, eʻe kuahiwi. a place to climb with ropes, ala kuʻukuʻu.

climberpiʻi mauna, eʻe mauna, piʻi kuahiwi (in mountains); piʻi.

clingpili, pili pū; cling to the back, pilikua. cling like a lizard, pili ā moʻo. cling for no reason, pili wale.

clipʻako, paʻipaʻi, ʻūmiʻi, ʻumiki. see paper clip.

clipalso to clip together. pine. see dink. paper clip. pine pepa.

clipboardas in a computer program. papa ʻūmiʻi. to show clipboard. hōʻike papa ʻūmiʻi.

clippera kind of ship. mokupeʻa holo māmā.

clipper shipmoku kālepa.

clitoriskeʻo, ʻiʻoʻiʻo, kanaka.

cloakkoloka, kīpuka, kīhei, ʻahu, lulu; holokū (Biblical); paʻipaʻinahā. feather cloak, ʻahuʻula, hulu aliʻi.

clockuaki. see hand, oʻclock, time. alarm clock, uaki hoʻāla. face of a clock, papahola.

clockalso watch. uaki, uāki. alarm clock. uaki hoʻāla, uāki hoʻāla. analog clock. uaki lima kuhikuhi, uāki lima kuhikuhi. digital clock. uaki kikohoʻe, uāki kikohoʻe.

clockwisekōʻai ʻākau. see counter-clockwise.

clodpāpaʻa lepo, puʻu lepo (of dirt).

close₁near. kokoke, pili. also: aukukū, papa, ʻōpili, pilipili, ʻōkuma, kūkini, pipipi, pīnaʻi. close friend, hoa pili.

close₂stuffy. paʻapū, ikiiki.

close₃to shut. hoʻopaʻa, pani, panipani, panikū, ʻūpiki.

close₄to finish. hoʻopau. close-out sale, kūʻai hoʻopau.

closenear. kokoke. see entries below and close-up.

closeto close, as in a computer program. pani. see closed, bracket, parenthesis. to close up tight, as a flower bud. ʻōpili.

close hauled (port)close hauled on the port side, i.e. sailing into the wind at the closest angle possible, generally 67°, with the port side windward. kele ama kūnihi. see beam reach (port), beam reach (starboard), broad reach (port), broad reach (starboard), close hauled (starboard), downwind.

close hauled (starboard)close hauled on the starboard side, i.e. sailing into the wind at the closest angle possible, generally 67°, with the starboard side windward. kele ʻākea kūnihi. see beam reach (port), beam reach (starboard), broad reach (port), broad reach (starboard), close hauled (port), downwind.

closedpaʻa. closed mind, lae paʻa, poʻo paʻa.

closedas a frame in a computer program. paʻa. see open. closed frame. mōlina paʻa. as a primary election. kūloko. closed primary. wae moho kūloko.

closetwaihona, keʻena waiho.

closetbroom closet. keʻena pūlumi.

closetwaihona lole

closetwaihona lole

close-upas of a photograph or in movie or video production. paʻi kokoke (preceded by ke). see medium shot, wide shot. to take a close-up. paʻi a kokoke. extreme close-up. paʻi kokoke loa. to take an extreme close-up. paʻi a kokoke loa.

closingpanina.

closingas of a composition or story. ka pau ʻana. see opening, body.

closing banquetʻahaʻaina panina.

closurepani, panina.

clotpuʻu. blood clot, koko paʻakūkū, lapa koko.

clotblood clot. lapa koko.

clothlole. also: ʻaʻa, ʻaʻa lole. kinds of cloth: see calico, cashmere, coconut, corduroy, cotton, denim, dotted swiss, flannel, khaki, linen, muslin, sateen, satin, silk, taffeta, wool. also: ʻainakini, ʻalapia, lainakini, palaka, hōlei, kaha, kānekopa, kūakalikea, kuaʻula, laeloa, lahalile, nanakuka, paina, ʻulāliʻi. diaphanous cloth, ʻaʻamoʻo. narrow cloth strip, kahakahana. protective cloth, kāʻai.

clothmaterial. ʻīālole. see bolt.

cloth duct tapeelectrician's tape. leki uea.

clotheʻaʻahu, hōʻaʻahu, hoʻokomo lole; ālaulau (rare).

clotheslole, ʻaʻahu, kapa komo, lole komo; ālaulau (rare). old clothes, lole kahiko, ʻāneʻeneʻe. suit of clothes, paʻa, paʻa lole. ready-made clothes, lole i paʻa mua.

clothesclothes hook. lou kau lole. clothes rack, as on wheels in a clothing store. hao kau lole, haka lole.

clothes closetwaihona lole

clothes closetwaihona lole

clothes dryermīkini hoʻomaloʻo lole

clothes dryermīkini hoʻomaloʻo lole

clothes hangerkā lole

clothes hangerkā lole

clothes pressermīkini ʻaiana.

clotheslinekaula kaulaʻi lole.

clotheslinekaula kaulaʻi lole.

clothespinpine kaulaʻi.

clothingʻaʻahu. see wardrobe.

clothing storehale kūʻai lole.

clottedlapalapa.

cloturea method of ending debate and causing an immediate vote to be taken, as in a legislature. ʻaelike hoʻōki.

cloudao; ʻōpua (banks, billows). see puaʻa₃. Ao is often followed by epithets, as ao akua (godly); ao hoʻopehupehu (billowy); aokū (rain); ao loa (long, high, status; fig., distinguished); ao ʻōnohi (with rainbow colors); ao ʻōpiopio (white); ao panopano (thick); ao ʻeleʻele, lalahiwa, kōkōliʻi (black); ao pōpolohua (purplish-blue). other names: kaupua, ʻohu, ʻīlio; koʻiʻula; ʻōnohi ʻula (rainbow-tinted); paekiʻi (row); ōpū ao, pōpuakiʻi, ao puaʻa (banks or clusters); ʻālaʻapapa (long formation); pālāmoa, kahaʻea (in a mackerel sky); kiʻikau (variegated); Pulelehua-Uli (Lesser Magellanic); Pulelehua-Kea (Greater Magellanic); pōhai ʻula (red); kaʻapeha (large mass). cloud interpreter, nānā ao, kilo lani. see sayings, forecast, proud. cloud pillar, kia ao. opening in clouds, ʻena. Knowledge is built in cloud billows, kūkulu ka ʻike i ka ʻōpua (clouds were observed for signs).

cloudao. cirrus cloud. ao lālahilewa. cumulus cloud. ao ʻōpua. stratus cloud. ao loa.

cloud chambera scientific device which detects nuclear particles through the formation of cloud tracks. hōkelo ao.

cloudburstua lanipili.

cloudlesskaulaʻelaʻe, mālaʻe, paʻihi. see clear.

cloudyʻōmalumalu, hea, pululuhi, ʻeʻaʻeʻa, poluluhi, pūlawa.

clovethe spice. ʻōpuʻuhame.

cloven-footedkapuaʻi maheleʻia.

cloverlehua kahiki, kaʻimi, pua pilipili, kīkānia pipili (Spanish).

clownmea hoʻomākeʻaka, niki o nā ʻaka. see jester.

clownkalaona. clown hat. pāpale kone.

clownkalauna

clownkalauna

club₁organization. hui, ʻahahui (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kalapu. also: ʻahahui paio (debating).

club₂weapon. lāʻau, lāʻau pālau, lāʻau mākaʻi, pālau, newa; pīkoi, ʻīkoi (tripping); hoa (for striking). the reach of the club, ka huʻa o ka lāʻau. to strike, as with a club, hahau, hoʻomoe, uhau, hau, hoa. to wield a war club, kaʻa lāʻau.

clubalso bat, racket. ʻūhili. golf club. ʻūhili kolepa.

club mosseswāwaeʻiole, lepelepe-a-moa.

clubfootkukuʻe, ʻakuʻe.

club-luremelomelo.

cluckkoʻukoʻu, koʻu, pōkeokeo (of a turkey hen). see saying, koʻu.

cluemāheu, meheu (trace); mahuʻi (faint inkling). to follow, as a clue, hoʻokolo.

cluealso to give a clue about. ahuoi.

clumpōpū, maha, moku, pewa, clump of grass, ōpū weuweu, ōpū nāhelehele.

clumsyhemahema, pepeʻekue, hāwāwā, kākākiʻi.

clusterʻāhui, huihui. also: hui, huhui, huina, pae, ōpū, pōpō, paʻi, ʻāwai, pīʻā, lālei, pūneki, kaka. cluster of grapes, paʻi waina, huhui waina, paʻi huawaina, huina waina. cluster of fruit or flowers, kaula lei.

clustera prefix which indicates a cluster ing together. kaia-. see Hawaiian entries under kaia-.

clusterto find addends or factors that are nearly alike, in math. hoʻokokoke.

cluster of grapeshuhui hua waina

cluster of grapeshuhui hua waina

clutchʻumiki, ʻūmiʻi, lālau.

co

coa    cob    coc    cod    coe    cof    cog    coh    coi    col    com    con    coo    cop    co-    cop    coq    cor    cos    cot    cou    cov    cow    coy    coz    

ca    cd    ce    ch    ci    cl    co    cp    cr    cu    cy    cz       -top-  

coach₁vehicle. kaʻa.

coach₂advise. aʻo; kumu (noun).

coachalso to coach or train (someone) for sports, etc. kaʻi. coach for sports or physical education. kaʻi ʻālapa. drama coach. kaʻi hana keaka. sports trainer. kaʻi haʻuki. vocal coach. kaʻi puʻukani.

coachmankahu kaʻa, kahu lio.

coagulatedas blood. paʻakūkū.

coallānahu, nānahu, pikimana. bituminous coal, lānahu pikimana. coalbin, waihona lānahu.

coallānahu. see charcoal. coal gasification, i.e. the process in which steam and hot coal produce hydrocarbons. kākinoea lānahu.

coal-blackʻeleʻele paʻa, ʻele hiwa, hiwa paʻa.

coarsemānoanoa, pepeʻekue, ʻōkumu, hākuma, māʻaua, ʻāʻaua, pakalua. also: mākuakua, hūnunu, ʻuʻuluhaku, paʻapū, peʻe.

coarseas sand. mānoanoa. see fine.

coastkapakai, makālae.

coastIvory Coast; Ivorian. Kapa Kai Palaoa.

coast guardkiaʻi kai.

coast guardpūʻali pale kapa kai.

coatkuka, ʻahu; puapuamoa (long-tailed dinner coat). coat of arms, hōʻailona no ke kūlana. coat of mail, pale umauma unahi. coat tree, oleole.

coated tongueʻea.

coattailkōheoheo, puapua.

cobiho. see corncob.

cobaltkobalata, kopalaka. cobalt chloride. kobalata koloriside.

cobbleʻiliʻili.

cobrakopola.

cobwebpūnāwelewele, hihi pūnāwelewele.

cocainekōkeina.

coccyxkīkala.

coccyxthe terminus of the spinal column; tailbone. iwi kuʻe ʻamo, kuʻe ʻamo.

Cochin ChinaKokinakina.

cochleainner ear cavity. haka moʻoni.

cock₁fowl. moa kāne, ʻouo; moa mahi (fighting); moa kākala (with sharp spurs). see saying, pūkō. sharp spurs of a fighting cock, kākala, kākala-pī-ka-wai, to act the part of a cock, momoa, moamoa. When the cock's spur is sharp and the comb red, then (he) gets on the perch, aia a wini kākala a ʻula ka lepe o ka moa, a laila kau i ka haka (of youth).

cock₂gun part, kiko. to cock a gun, hoʻāla i ke kiko.

cock-a-doodle-dooʻoʻō.

cockatricemoʻo pepeiao hao.

cockedpoʻo kihikihi (as a hat).

cockfightinghakakā-a-moa, hākā moa, hoʻohākā moa.

cockleburskīkānia.

cockpitnoho pailaka

cockpitnoho pailaka

cockroachʻelelū (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it).

cockroachAmerican cockroach (Periplaneta americana). ʻelelū kīkēkē. Australian cockroach (Periplaneta australasiae). ʻelelū nūhōlani. German cockroach (Blattella germanica). ʻelelū laʻaloa.

cockscomblepe-a-moa.

cockspurkākala.

cocktaillama hoʻohuihui ʻia, lama paʻipaʻi, lama paʻipaʻi ʻia. Poi cocktail, ʻai kakale.

cockyto act cocky, strut about looking for a fight. hoʻonanā.

cocoakōkō; kokoa (rare).

coconutniu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); puʻupuʻu niu, punia, ʻōkaʻa. parts: nīʻau, hā niu, poli, pani. also: wai o ka niu, wai niu (coconut water or cream); ʻaʻa, ʻaʻaʻa, hāʻaʻa, ʻaʻamoʻo, ʻaʻa niu, ʻaʻa lole (cloth); puka wai, hipahipa (eye); ʻaʻa pulu niu (husk or fiber); pua niu (flower); lau niu (leaflet or frond); lauʻō (leaves near heart); pōʻaeʻae (axil of frond); iwi pūniu (shell); lolo, lolo niu, iho, haku (sponge); lolo, holoaʻa (holowaʻa) (sheath), kumu niu (trunk); niu lolokia (stem); niu maloʻo, niu ʻōkaʻa, ʻilikole, ʻōʻio, haohao (flesh); wai niu, wai o ka niu, wailewa, wai pūʻolo (water); kai niu, niu wali (cream). for uses of coconut, see copra, pudding. coconut drum, pahu, pūniu. coconut grove, ulu niu. coconut husking stick, ʻōniu. polished coconut shell or bowl, pūniu, ʻaʻapu. game of throwing tapa balls at suspended coconut shell, nounou pūniu.

coconutsponge-like material in a sprouting coconut. haku. sprouting coconut or one with eye emerging. niu haku.

coconut gratermeawaʻuniu

coconut gratermeawaʻuniu

coconut shell ʻukuleleʻukulele pūniu.

cocoonwiliʻōkaʻi, ʻōwiliʻōkaʻi, lohaloha, lohelohe. caterpillar in cocoon, .

CocosKokosa. Cocos plate. ka una honua Kokosa.

CODcash on delivery. ʻohi hiki.

codaof a syllable, in linguistics. muli.

codekānāwai, kumu kānāwai, puke kānāwai, loina. see penal. code writing, hua ʻālualua.

codepāʻālua. see entry below and color code, encode, unencrypt, library, script. code style, as in a computer program. haka pāʻālua. key code, as for the order to press keys on a calculator to find an answer. pāʻālua kaʻina hana.

codea systematic collection of existing laws. papa kānāwai. state water code. papa kānāwai wai o ka mokuʻāina.

codfishpakaliao.

codicilpalapala kauoha pākuʻi.

cod-liver oilʻaila koka, ʻaila.

coefficienta number placed in front of a chemical symbol or formula in order to balance the chemical equation. helu hoʻonui kemikala. in math. kaʻilau. coefficient of x. kaʻilau o ke x. combinatorial coefficient. haʻi huihuina. permutatorial coefficient. haʻi kake kaʻina.

coevolveliliuewe pili lua

coffeekope. Coffee beans, kope, kope lā (sun-dried); kope wai (fresh undried). cf. pilo₂,₃, pino.

coffeesee café au lait, cappuccino, espresso.

coffee cuppola kope

coffee cuppola kope

coffee grinderwili kope.

coffee groundsoka kope.

coffee hullerlāʻau kuʻi kope.

coffee makermīkini kupa kope

coffee makermīkini kupa kope

coffee millwili kope.

coffee sennaʻaukoʻi.

coffeehousehale inu kope.

coffinpahu, pahu kupapaʻu. also: holoaʻa (holowaʻa).

cogniho.

cogpānihoniho. bicycle chain cog. pānihoniho o ke kaulahao paikikala.

cognitive domainas relating to the learning process. pōʻai noʻonoʻo. see domain.

cohabitmoe, ai, noho pū, meu.

coherent lightlight in which all the waves vibrate in a single plane with the crests and troughs all aligned. mālamalama aukahi.

cohesionalso cohesive. pūʻuoʻuo. see adhesion.

coilʻōwili, pōʻai, pōkaʻa, lāpeʻe; pōkaʻa kaula (of rope); (as sails); wili, wili oho (as of hair).

coinkālā paʻa.

coinʻōkeni. see bill, heads, tails. coin purse. ʻeke kenikeni (preceded by ke).

coincidenceūlialia. see serendipity.

coitionai, ei; panipani (vulgar); pulupulu. spirit who brought dreams of coition, kahaʻula.

cold₁not warm. anu, anuanu; koʻekoʻe, huʻihuʻi (chilly). also: pūanuanu, konāhau (of wind); hauʻoki, hauaʻīliki, ʻāmuʻemuʻe, ʻuhē (bitter). to be very cold, make anu. to shiver, as with cold, , ulupiʻi. Cold are nights without a mate, koʻekoʻe ka pō hoaʻole (of loneliness). for symbolism, see cool. cold and chilly (see chicken) may also signify emotions, as of fear, sorrow.

cold₂disease. anu. head cold, hanu paʻa, punia. to have a cold, anu. to get a cold, loaʻa i ke anu. frequent colds, ʻea hanu paʻa.

cold frontas of weather. kuʻina huʻihuʻi. see front.

cold soreʻūkihi.

cold warintense rivalry between nations but without miliary combat. kaua koʻekoʻe.

cold-bloodedas an animal. koko huʻihuʻi. see warm-blooded.

cole slawkāpiki meoneki.

coleoptilewahīpale

coleuslau noʻe. see croton.

collapsehāneʻe, hiolo; ʻananuʻu (as a balloon); malanaʻopi (rare).

collapsesee compress.

collarʻāʻīkala, kala, ʻāʻīkala kū; ʻāʻīkū (high or stiff); apo ʻāʻīʻīlio (dog).

collarʻāʻī, ʻāʻī lole, ʻāʻī kala, kala.

collarlī puʻu

collarlī puʻu

collarboneiwilei; kau (depression near collarbone).

collarboneclavicle. iwi lei.

collatekakekaʻi.

colleaguehoa hana.

collectʻohi, hoʻākoakoa, hoʻāhu, hōʻili, hōʻiliʻili, hāpuku, hōʻuluʻulu; ʻohi loaʻa (revenue). also: ākuli, hoʻāuna, ʻiʻi, lapulapu, pūkuʻi, lauaʻe, hoʻopūlehulehu. to collect taxes, ʻohi ʻauhau. to collect untidily, muʻumōkākī.

collecthōʻiliʻili. see collection. as fingerprints. ʻohi. see fingerprint. to collect fingerprints. ʻohi i ka meheu manamana lima (māka manamana lima, kiʻi manamana lima).

collect callalso to make such a call. kelepona kāki hiki. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

collectedʻakoakoa, ʻohi ʻia. see collect.

collectionhoʻāhu, hōʻiliʻili; lūlū (church). also: huhui, huihui, ulu, hōʻuluʻulu, ʻuluʻulu, ʻohina, ahu, hupu. To take up a collection, ʻohi i ka lūlū.

collectionhōʻiliʻilina. stamp collection. hōʻiliʻilina poʻoleka.

collection boxpahu.

collection tubea test tube used to collect gas generated in an experiment. hano ʻohi.

collective bargainingkūkaʻi ʻaelike ʻuniona.

collectormea ʻohi; luna ʻauhau (tax); luna ʻohi dute (customs).

collectorhōʻiliʻilina

collectormomi hōʻiliʻilina

collectormomi hōʻiliʻilina

collegekulanui.

collegeas a division or department within a university. koleke. College of Agriculture. Koleke Mahiʻai. College of Arts and Sciences. Koleke Pāheona me ka ʻEpekema. Community College. Kulanui Kaiaulu. Leeward Community College . Kulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwa.

collisionhālāwai hoʻokuʻi, hoʻokuʻi.

collision courseala hoʻokuʻi

colloida chemical mixture with particle size between that of solutions and suspensions. pūaina lahi. see solution, suspension.

colognewai Kolona.

Colombiaalso Colombian. Kolomepia, Kolomebia.

colon₁anatomy. uha.

colon₂grammar. kolona, kiko hoʻomaha.

colonin punctuation. kolona. see semicolon.

colonelkonela.

colonialkoloniala.

colonialsee postcolonial.

colonypanalāʻau.

colonizeto colonize, as a land by either people, animals, or plants. hoʻopanalāʻau. to colonize, particularly from the perspective of a people who have been colonized by a dominant culture or political entity. hoʻokolonaio. colonized. kolonaio.

colonyas a territory ruled by a more powerful nation. panalāʻau.

colorwaihoʻoluʻu, kala. also: wai, ʻano; muimuia (inharmonious); ʻaʻai (bright, contrasting); paʻa (solid); hulu (rare); streaked with color, ʻōniʻo; variegated color, kalakoa, pikapika, kuhe; mixing of a brilliant with a lighter color, aʻeaʻe; to assume a softer, darker color, palaʻīloli; to print with color, as tapa, hoʻōniʻo. see sea. to sprinkle coloring matter on tapa and beat it in, paʻipaʻi. to draw the color line, kaupaleʻili.

coloradditive color, one of the primary colors (red, blue, green) which, when added together, produce white light. waihoʻoluʻu hui kea. see entries below.

color codealso to color code something. kalakuhi.

color detachmenthuina lawe hae.

color gradientalso color band. ʻauina kala.

ColoradoKololako, Kolorado.

Coloradoalso Coloradan. kololako, Kolorado. see Grand Canyon. Colorado River. ka muliwai ʻo kololako, ka muliwai ʻo hakaʻama.

color-bearerlawe hae.

coloredpaʻa i ka waihoʻoluʻu, noʻenoʻe; nohi (brightly). see black₂.

colored pencilpenikala kala.

colorfulnui nā waihoʻoluʻu. also: kauluwela, luaʻehu; palapalaulu (rare).

coloringfood coloring. kala meaʻai.

coltlio keiki.

colter (of a plow).

ColumbiaKolumepia, Kolumebia.

columnkolamu.

columnkolamu. to place in columns. hoʻokolamu.

columnkōlamulamu

comasame as unconscious

combkahi; comb of a bird, puapoʻo; comb of a rooster, lepe, hoahoaka, kīlepa.

combatpaio, kaua paio, hakakā. to fight in single combat, pilikua.

comberkākala (surf).

combinationhui ʻana; hua hoʻoneʻe (of a safe).

combinationalso mixture. huihuina. as for a lock. helu laka. combination lock. laka helu.

combinatorial coefficientin math. haʻi huihuina. see coefficient.

combinehui, hui pū, hoʻohui, ala pū, neʻepapa. see saying, kuʻi₂.

combinedalso mixed. ʻōʻā. chemically combined. ʻōʻā kemikala ʻia.

combustibleʻaʻā koke.

combustionʻā; ʻā wale (spontaneous).

comehele mai; mai (in commands); hiki mai; haele mai; uhaele mai (plural); come out, puka mai; come back, hoʻi mai; come back again, hoʻi hou mai; come forth, puka, pua, ʻōkupu; come far or permanently, hele loa mai; come repeatedly, hikihiki; come accidentally, hikiwale; come swiftly, hele koke mai, puahio; come to pass, kō ʻiʻo; come forward, ala mai; come into view, makili, ʻōmeʻo; come up, as plants, ʻōʻili ka maka; come upon, hekau; come, of many people, hihihiki. also: kākele mai, , leke, naʻū. I'll come later, mahope aku au. So you have come, eia kā ʻoe. The thought comes, ke piʻi nei ka manaʻo.

comelypūloku, ʻūpalu. see pretty.

comethōkū welowelo, hōkū puhipaka.

comethōkū puhipaka. see shooting star. Halleyʻs Comet. ka Hōkū Puhipaka ʻo Hēli.

comfortʻolu, hōʻolu, maha, hoʻonā. place of comfort, kahua o Maliʻo (poetic). In poetry, coolness and rain may signify comfort. see saying, ʻuku lele.

comfortableʻoluʻolu, hōʻolu, mōhalu, mōhaluhalu, mōʻolu.

ComforterKōkua, Kōkua Hou; Palakeliko (Catholic). see cheer.

comickolohe, hoʻomākeʻaka, hōʻakaʻaka.

comic bookpuke kātuna.

comicalhoʻokolohe, hūʻeu.

commakoma, kiko hoʻomaha.

commakiko koma, kiko hoʻomaha.

commandkauoha, kēnā, hoʻouna. also: ʻōlelo paʻa, leo, kauleo. by command of, ma ke kauoha a.

command economyan economic system in which the government controls the factors of production and makes the basic economic decisions. hoʻokele waiwai mana kahi. see free-market economy.

commanderʻalihikaua (in war); aliʻi, luna kaua.

commandmentʻōlelo kauoha, ʻōlelo paipai. Ten Commandments, nā Kānāwai he ʻUmi.

commemoratehoʻomanaʻo.

commemorative monument or pillarkia hoʻomanaʻo.

commencehoʻomaka, hoʻokumu.

commencementmaka mua, hoʻomaka ʻana; hōʻike, puka (school).

commendʻāpono, hoʻāpono.

commendationhoʻomaikaʻi. letter of commendation, palapala hoʻomaikaʻi.

commentmanaʻo hoʻopuka; wahi manaʻo hoʻopuka (modest); ʻōlelo hoʻopuka. no comment, ʻaʻohe manaʻo. I have just a small comment, he wahi manaʻo hoʻopuka koʻu. to make a comment, hōʻike i ka manaʻo.

commentpoʻo₄

commentpoʻo₄

commerceʻoihana kālepa.

commercialpili i kaʻoihana kālepa, ʻimi kālā, puni kālā, manaʻo kālā. commercial traveler, kālepa kāʻahele.

commercialalso ad, advertisement. hoʻolaha kūʻai. relating to business or commerce. pāʻoihana. commercial growers. pāʻoihana hoʻoulu meakanu.

comminutedʻae (as dust or powder).

commissionkomikina (board); uku, uku ʻēkena, uku komikina (pay); hoʻokohu, hoʻāmana (appointment).

commissionkomikina. state land use commission. komikina hoʻohana ʻāina o ka mokuʻāina. water commission. komikina wai. a fee paid to an agent for transacting business or performing a service. uku ʻēkena, uku ʻākena.

commissioned officeraliʻikoa, aliʻikoa i komikina ʻia, aliʻi maoli (old term).

commissionerkomikina, luna. Board of commissioners, papa komikina.

Commissioners to Quiet Land ClaimsKomikina Hoʻonā ʻĀina.

commithana, hoʻokō. In such phrases as the following, commit is usually not translated: commit perjury, hōʻike wahaheʻe; commit adultery, moekolohe. I did not commit myself, ʻaʻole i ʻae, ʻaʻole i hōʻole; ʻaʻole i hōʻike i ka manaʻo.

committeekōmike.

commodityanything bought or sold. huakūʻai.

commodorekomakoa.

commonhana mau, maʻamau, laha, lauākea, laulaha. not common, laha ʻole. common sense, noʻonoʻo pono. common word, hua ʻōlelo hana mau ʻia. common ownership, kuleana waiwai like. see common law, manure.

commonas in math terms. like. common factor. helu hoʻonui like. greatest common factor. helu hoʻonui like kiʻekiʻe loa. common multiple. helu māhua like. least common multiple. māhua haʻahaʻa loa. least common denominator. kinopiha haʻahaʻa loa.

Common eraCE

common goodthe well-being of all members of society. pono o ka lehulehu.

common lawkānāwai kākau ʻole ʻia, kānāwai maʻamau. common-law husband, kāne manuahi, kāne noho pū. common-law mate, piliʻaoʻao.

common lawkānāwai kumu.

common nounhaʻiinoa laulā.

common nounkikino

common nounkikino

common sensealso to use common sense. noʻonoʻo kanaka.

commonermakaʻāinana, kanaka, noa, ʻino, , noanoa, laʻolaʻo, lāhui pua o lalo, pulupulu kanaka, lepo, lepo pōpolo. see saying, fish.

commonplacepakuā, pakuwā.

commonwealthaupuni makaʻāinana.

commotionhaunaele, piʻoloke.

communicatehoʻokaʻaʻike. see communication.

communicationslauna ʻōlelo. see officer.

communicationkaʻaʻike. see telecommunication. communication skill. mākau hoʻokaʻaʻike. oral communication. kaʻaʻike haʻi waha, kaʻaʻike waha. two-way communication, inter communication. kaʻaʻike pānaʻi.

communionkomunio. Holy Communion, ʻAhaʻāina a ka Haku, ʻAhaʻāina Pelena. Communion of saints, komunio me ka poʻe saneta. Communion Sunday, Lāpule ʻai Pelena.

communismpaimana aupuni.

communistno Hawaiian term: poʻe hilinaʻi na ke aupuni nā kuleana apau (lit., people believing all powers are for the government).

communitywahi noho like o ka poʻe.

communitykaiaulu. community-based health system. ʻōnaehana olakino kaiaulu. biological community, as in science. kaiameaola. natural biological community. kaiameaola kūlohelohe. climax community, as in biology. kaiaulu ʻāhaʻi.

community collegekulanui kaiaulu. Leeward Community College. Kulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwa.

commutative propertyin math. ʻanopili kaʻina hoʻi hope, ʻanopili hoʻi hope (preceded by ke).

commutatora switch on a motor running on direct current that causes the current to reverse every half turn. ʻūkake uila. see brush.

ComorosKomorosa.

compact₁agreement. ʻŌlelo ʻaelike.

compact₂condensed. paʻa, pili maikaʻi, paʻapū, poepoe. also: lawa pono, ʻakipohe, pālanaiki.

compact₃vanity case. poho pauka, poho hoʻonaninani.

compacta written agreement to make and obey laws for the welfare of the group. ʻaelike mālama kānāwai.

compact discsee CD.

companionhoa (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kekahi, kōkoʻo. also: kahi; lua, kama lua, pili lua (of two).

companionshippilialoha; pili lua, kōkoʻolua (two) kōkoʻokolu (three); kōkoʻohā (four).

companyhui, ʻahahui (association); malihini, ʻōhua (visitors). army company, papa koa, pūʻali koa, papa poʻo, māmakakaua. trading company, hui kālepa. to move in a company, kaʻi, kaʻi ʻāuna. Hofgaard and Company, Hapakole Mā.

comparative degreeʻanuʻu waena, neʻeneʻeu.

comparehoʻohālikelike, hoʻokūkū. see incomparable. beyond compare, launa ʻole.

comparehoʻokūkū.

comparisonʻōlelo hoʻohālikelike, hoʻohālikelike, hoʻokūkū ʻana, manaʻo hoʻohālikelike.

compasspānānā, ʻūpā. compass needle, pine.

compassan instrument for describing circles or transferring measurements, in math. ʻūpā kāpōʻai. see directions. as for navigation. pānānā (preceded by ke). pocket compass. pānānā paʻa lima (preceded by ke).

compassionatealoha, menemene.

compatibleas of computer programs. launa. see incompatible. compatible file format. hulu waihona launa. as numbers in math. makalauna. compatible number. helu makalauna.

compelhoʻokina, koi, puʻe, hoʻokenākenā.

compensateuku.

compensatealso to counterbalance. hoʻokauapono. see compensation.

compensationuku. see saying, eat.

compensationsomething that constitutes an equivalent. kauapono. see compensate. to make amends for loss or damage; payment for services. uku pānaʻi.

competehoʻokūkū.

competentmākaukau, mākau, lawa ka ʻike, kūleʻa.

compilehōʻuluʻulu, hōʻiliʻili.

complacentʻoluʻolu nō iāia iho, waipahē.

complainhoʻohalahala, namunamu, ʻōhumu, ʻōhumuhumu. also: ʻū, kunukunu, kapakeʻu, kani ʻuhū.

complaintkumu hoʻopiʻi. see complain.

complainta legal document that charges someone with having caused harm. kumu hoʻopiʻi.

complementukali (as in grammar). adjective complement, ukali haʻiʻano.

complementto complement, as angles, in math. hoʻopiha kūpono. see complementary angles, supplement.

complementʻawe₃

complementʻawe₃

complementary anglestwo angles whose measures have a sum of 90°, in math. huina hoʻopiha kūpono. see supplementary angles.

completepiha pono, pau pono, hoʻopau, hoʻopaʻa, hoʻokō pono; holoʻokoʻa. also: piha, hoʻokō, paʻa, paʻa pono, hoʻoholopau, hemolele, kaʻaoki, holopapa, kīkīkoʻele.

completeto complete, as a geometric figure, in math. kaha kinona.

completealso to open, as an electric circuit. hoʻokuʻi. see break.

complete fertilizerfertilizer which contains the six necessary elements for plant growth. mea hoʻomomona lepo kāʻokoʻa.

completionpiha, pihana.

complexpohihihi, ʻano huikau.

complexnōhihi. see simple. a prefix referring to vitamins. kau-. B-complex vitamin. kauwikamina b.

complex numberin math. helu hapa moeā. see imaginary number, real number.

complexionʻili. dark complexion, ʻili hāuli. fair complexion, ʻili kea.

complicatehoʻohuikau, hoʻohihia.

complimentʻōlelo hoʻomaikaʻi, ʻōlelo mahalo. with compliments (as at end of a letter), me ka mahalo.

componentalso constituent. ʻūmaupaʻa.

composehaku; haku mele (song or chant); haku moʻolelo (story).

composedto be composed of, consist of, be made up of. maupaʻa.

composerhaku mele, haku leo mele.

composeralso to compose songs or chants. haku mele.

compositehuihuina. composite sample. hāpana huihuina. as volcanic cone. ahupapa. composite cone. puʻu ahupapa. in math. puʻunaue lua. composite number. helu puʻunaue lua.

composite numberhelu hana ʻia.

compostpulu, hoʻopulupulu, pākukui (kukui leaf for taro beds).

compostalso to compost. kīpulu. see fertilize. to make compost. hana kīpulu.

compoundhoʻohui, ʻano hui. compound words, nā hua ʻōlelo hoʻohui ʻia. compound proportion, lakio like ʻano hui.

compoundas in chemistry. pūhui. see element, matter, substance. binary compound. pūhui kumumea lua. free nitrogen compound. pūhui naikokene kaʻawale. compound machine. kaumīkini.

comprehendhoʻomaopopo, kuanoʻo.

comprehendsee comprehension.

comprehensionalso to comprehend. ʻapomanaʻo. comprehension question. nīnau ʻapomana'o.

compressto compress or collapse, as a file in a computer program. ʻopi. see expand. compressed or collapsed. ʻopihia. compressed file. waihona ʻopihia.

compressedpūʻali, poepoe.

compressionthe most dense concentration of wave particles in a compressional wave. ulu. see compressional wave, rarefaction.

compressional wavea wave in which matter vibrates in the same direction as the wave moves. hawewe papamoe. see compression, transverse wave.

compromiseʻaelike hoʻokuʻu ma kahi.

compromisekuʻikoli.

comptometermīkini helu.

comptrollerluna kālā, puʻukū, luna hoʻomalu.

compulsionkuko ā hoʻokō.

computehelu.

computerlolo uila, kamepiula. cf. page x.

computerkamepiula, lolouila, mīkini hoʻonohonoho ʻikena. computer camp. ʻāpoʻe kamepiula. computer keyboard. papa pihi kamepiula. computer monitor. pahu papakaumaka kamepiula. see screen. laptop computer. kamepiula lawelima, lolouila lawelima. to write a computer program. haku polokalamu.

computer roomlumi lolouila

computer roomlumi lolouila

comradehoa.

concaveʻoʻoma, kewe; concave surface, ʻili poʻopoʻo.

concavehollowed or rounded inward, as the inside of a bowl. ʻeʻele. see convex. concave lens. aniani kaulona ʻeʻele. concave mirror. aniani ʻeʻele.

concealhūnā (transitive); peʻe (intransitive). also: uhi, poʻipoʻi, kīpoʻi, palai, palaina, nalohia, hūnākele. attempt to conceal, ʻāpoʻipoʻi.

concealednalo, nalowale. see conceal.

conceitedhoʻokano, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, hōʻoio, hoʻokelakela. also: ʻieʻie, hōʻieʻie, hoʻokanaʻoi, hoʻokanaie, kanaie, kaena, kaʻokaʻo, haʻikū.

conceivekoʻu, mau, hāpai (as a child); haku (invent); hoʻomaopopo (understand).

concentratekau nui ka manaʻo, noʻonoʻo pono, hoʻopapau; hoʻohui like (bring together). also: kia, lelepau, lauakī, mākia, hoʻokō ʻana, kualena ka manaʻo, hāmauāua, ʻakipohe.

concentrateto make less dilute. hoʻopaʻapūhia. see dilute. concentrated. paʻapūhia.

concentrickikowaena kahi. concentric circles. pōʻai kikowaena kahi.

conceptmanaʻo.

conceptionmanaʻo (thought); koʻu (becoming pregnant). to cause conception, hoʻohāpai, hāpai ʻana, hoʻokō. medicine for women to induce conception, hoʻohua kawowo.

concernkuleana, pono (affair). to concern, pili i, no.

concertʻaha hīmeni, ʻaha mele.

concertindoor concert. ʻaha mele maluhale. outdoor concert. ʻaha mele kaupokulani.

conch shell, ʻolē; ʻolēʻolē (small). conch horn, pū ʻolēʻolē. other kinds: pūpū puhi, makaloa, kanaloa. conch for rallying warriors, pū waikaua.

conciliatorʻuao.

concisepili pono ā kūlike, wehewehena kūpono a pōkole, ʻakipohe.

concludehoʻopau, pau, ho ʻōki; hoʻoholo (decide).

conclusionpanina manaʻo, hopena, hope, panina, ʻōlelo hoʻoholo, kīkīpani. to jump to a conclusion, lele ʻē.

conclusionhopena. to draw a conclusion. hoʻoholo i hopena.

concrete₁cement. kimeki, pōhaku puna.

concrete₂see specific.

concubinehaiā wahine (Biblical), hoʻokamakama.

concupiscentpuni ai.

concurrent poweras powers shared by federal and state governments. mana ʻālike.

condemnhoʻāhewa, ʻāhewa, hoʻohewa, kūhihi.

condemnationʻāhewa. to seek condemnation, ʻimi hala.

condensationalso to condense, as gas to liquid. kōkaha.

condenseto condense, as text in a computer document. hoʻohāiki. see condensation, extend.

condensed milkwaiū kia.

condescendhoʻohaʻahaʻa aku i kekahi.

condimenthōʻonoʻono ʻai.

conditionkūlana, ʻano.

conditionalmamuli o nā loina, koe nā loina. conditional permit, palapala ʻae mamuli o nā kumu.

conditionerair conditioner. mīkini hōʻolu ʻea, hōʻolu ʻea.

conditionsnā mea ʻaelike (terms).

condolencehoʻolana kaumaha, hoʻomālielie i ke kaumaha. letter of condolence, palapala hoʻālohaloha.

condomfor men. pāpalekimo.

conduct₁deportment. ʻAno o ka hana ʻana, noho ʻana.

conduct₂to lead. alakaʻi, hoʻokele, mālama, lawelawe, hana (as a class).

conductto conduct a drive, as for cans or clean-up. alu. see drive.

conductoralakaʻi. orchestra conductor, alakaʻi o ka pāna.

conductorof electricity. mea uholo uila.

conductorʻs batonlāʻau alakaʻi

conductorʻs batonlāʻau alakaʻi

conductor's batonlāʻau alakaʻi

conduitʻauwai paʻa.

conepuʻu, ʻōpuʻu.

conegeometric cone. ʻōpuʻu. ice cream cone. kone ʻaikalima. cone used as a traffic marker. kone alanui.

conea geological feature. puʻu. ash cone. puʻu lehu. cinder cone. puʻu ʻākeke. composite cone. puʻu ahupapa. shield cone. puʻu kuahene. spatter cone. puʻu pōhāhā. tuff cone. puʻu hakuhune. volcanic cone. puʻu pele.

coneʻōpuʻu paina

coneʻōpuʻu paina

coneykone (bird).

confederationaupuni hui.

conferkūkā, kūkākūkā. one with whom one confers, hoa kūkā, hoa kūkākūkā. to confer honors, hoʻohanohano, pāpahi.

conferkūkā. see conference.

conferenceʻaha kūkā, kūkā kamaʻilio.

conferenceto conference, as part of the writing process. kūkā ma ka pūʻulu. see entry below and prewrite.

conferenceʻaha kūkā. in sports. hui. see league. American Football Conference (AFC). Hui Pōpeku ʻAmelika. National Football Conference (NFC). Hui Pōpeku Aupuni.

confessmihi, hōʻike i ka hana i hana ʻia. also: mimihi, mihimihi, mimimihi, haʻi, haʻina.

confessionhaʻina; penikenia (sacrament).

confessorluna haʻi.

confidehōʻike i ka manaʻo huna.

confidencehilinaʻi, manaʻoʻiʻo, paulele. This is between the two of us, mawaena wale nō kēia o kāua (in confidence).

confidentialhūnā, malū, paulele ʻia. confidential friend, hoa hilinaʻi, hoa ʻōhumuhumu.

confinehoʻomalu, hoʻopaʻa, hoʻopalena.

confinespalena.

confirmhōʻoia, ʻāpono, ʻae; kopilimakio (sacrament). one who confirms, hōʻike paʻa.

confirmationkopilimakio (religious); hōʻoia, hoʻokō, ʻae.

confirmedhōʻoia ʻia, ʻāpono ʻia, ʻaeʻia, pāpālima.

confiscatelawe ma ke ʻano kāʻili; alāiki (rare).

conflictkūʻē, hakakā, paio.

conform, hoʻokūlike, hoʻokūpono.

conformitykūlike.

confoundhoʻokahuli, hoʻohuikau.

confrontkū he alo he alo, pāpū, kū i ke alo.

confusehoʻopohihihi, hoʻohuikau. also: hōkai, hoʻopōnaʻanaʻa, hōʻaleʻale, hoʻopūhili, pahili, hoʻoleʻoleʻo, hōleʻoleʻo, nāwā, kūālauwili, peʻelulu.

confusedhuikau, pohihihi, pōnaʻanaʻa. also: hili hewa, hauhalakī, pōkaʻakaʻa, ʻānoni, piʻoloke, hoʻopalai, nunuʻa, laukua, noni, pilihua, pūhili, kāʻekā, naʻanaʻa, nāhili, lihili. see sayings, huikau, nāwao₁.

confusionhuikau, haunaele, pōnaʻanaʻa, piʻoloke. also: hōkai, hili hewa, palalē, uluāoʻa, peʻelulu. mental confusion, hili hewa ka noʻonoʻo. to look about or search in confusion, hōʻāʻā. to turn the face away in confusion, palai, palaina.

congealpaʻakūkū, paʻa.

congenialʻoluʻolu (kind).

congestedpaʻapū, kūpalaka, pupupu.

Congoalso Congolese. Konokō. Democratic Republic of the Congo. Lepupalika Kemokalaka ʻo Konokō.

congratulatehoʻomaikaʻi.

congratulationshoʻomaikaʻi ʻana, ʻōlelo hoʻomaikaʻi.

congregatehoʻākoakoa, hui.

congregationanaina; ʻaha pule, anaina hoʻomana (for worship).

CongregationalKalawina; ʻAhahuina (rare).

congressʻahaʻōlelo lāhui (as of the United States); ʻahaʻōlelo nui.

congressional districtin government. ʻāpana ʻahaʻ ōlelo lāhui.

congruentin math. komolike. congruent figure. kinona komolike. congruent triangle. huinakolu komolike.

coniferpaina, lāʻau kaʻa.

coniferpine or any tree which resembles a pine. paina, paina lau kukuna, paina tidara. see cypress, ironwood.

conjecturemanaʻo wale, haku wale. also: nalu, nūnē.

conjugatehōʻaui, hoʻololi ʻōlelo.

conjugationhōʻaui ʻana, hoʻololi ʻōlelo.

conjunctionhuipū (part of speech).

conjunctionkuʻi₁₀

conjunctionkuʻi₁₀

connecthoʻokuʻi, hoʻohui.

connectto connect, as in a computer program. hoʻokuʻi. see connection, disconnect. as dots, etc. hoʻohui.

ConnecticutKonekikuka, Konetikuta; Konekikaka, Konetikata.

ConnecticutKonekikuka, Konetikuta.

connectionpili, pili ʻana, pilina, hui ʻana, launa.

connectionas in a computer program. kuʻina. see connect.

conquerlanakila, lawe pio, naʻi, kūnaʻina.

conqueredpio. see eo.

conquerornaʻi.

conquestlanakila, lawe pio ʻana, kūnaʻina, naʻina.

consciencelunawaemanaʻo, lunaʻikehala.

consciencelunaʻikehala. to have a guilty conscience. noho ka hewa i ka lunaʻikehala.

conscientioushoʻopono i ka hana.

consciousʻike hoʻomaopopo.

consciousnessʻike hoʻomaopopo. to lose consciousness, pau ka ʻike, pau ka lohe; kauhola. to regain consciousness, pohala, ao.

conscriptʻohi (soldiers).

consecratehoʻolaʻa, hoʻokapu, poni, hoʻoponi.

consecratedlaʻa, laʻahia, kapu, hoʻolaʻa, hoʻolāhui. consecrated nation, lāhui laʻa.

consecrationhoʻolaʻaʻana.

consecutivekekahi mahope aku o kekahi. in consecutive sequence, moekahi, pili aku nō ā pili aku nō. report consecutively, hōʻike papa. count consecutively, helu papa.

consecutivein sequence. moekahi.

consentʻae, ʻāpono, hoʻāpono.

consequencehopena, hope. of no consequence, ʻano ʻole; komoiʻiʻi (people).

consequentlyno laila.

conservationcareful use of natural resources to prevent depletion. maluō. see conserve. conservation hotline. helu wawe maluō.

conservativemakeʻe kūlana.

conservativenopaʻa

conservatoryhale hoʻoulu mea kanu.

conserveto use or manage wisely, as natural resources. hoʻomaluō. see conservation.

considernoʻonoʻo pono, manaʻo, kau paona, kākepakepa. cf. meditate.

considerateleo ʻole, noʻonoʻo. considerate of parents, noʻonoʻo makua.

considerationmaliu ʻana. in consideration for, no, mamuli o.

consignhoʻoili.

consignmentwaiwai hoʻoili ʻia.

consistto consist of, be composed of, be made up of. maupaʻa.

consolationhōʻoluʻoluʻana, ʻoluʻolu.

consolation bracketas in a sports tournament. māhele hāʻule. see bracket.

consolehōʻoluʻolu, hoʻonā.

consolidatehoʻohui ā hoʻopaʻa.

consonantleokanipū, hua palapala leo hui, hua leo hui.

consonantkoneka.

consortiumkuʻikahi. see alliance.

conspicuousahuwale, ʻōʻili lua, ʻike wale ʻia.

conspiracyʻōhumu, ʻōhumu kipi, ʻōhumuʻino.

conspireʻōhumu. to conspire against, kipi, ʻōhumu kipi.

constantmau, kūpaʻa. also: kiakahi, kūmaumau, maukoli, maumau, pīnaʻi.

constantin math. helu hoʻohana. constant term. hua paʻa. see like term, term.

constantsolar constant. kāʻei kau .

constant of proportionalityin math. lākiō anapuni.

ConstantinopleKonakinopela.

constellationhuihui, ulu hōkū. see planet, star, Aquila, Big Dipper, Boōtes, Corona Borealis, Gemini, Hyades, Leo, Lyra, Orion, Pleiades, Southern Cross. for some unidentified constellations, see Hakamoa, Kao Ea, Kao Makaliʻi, Kawa-o-Makaliʻi, Kehoʻoea, Lawaiʻa, Maka-ʻimoʻimo, Makaiwa, Makeaupeʻa, Mekeaupeʻa, Nā-hōkū-pā, Nā-lālania-pili-lua, Naue-a-ke-au-haku.

constellationhuihui hōkū.

consternationpiʻoloke.

constipationkūkae paʻa, lepo paʻa, papakū; kāʻanaʻana (rare).

constituentalso component. ʻūmaupaʻa. see entry below.

constituenta voter in a district who is represented by an elected official. makaʻāinana āpana.

constitutionkumukānāwai (document); olakino (bodily).

constitutionalkū i ke kumukānāwai.

constitutional conventionʻaha ʻelele hana kumukānāwai.

constitutional initiativea process by which one can propose an amendment by gathering signatures on a petition. palapala noi hoʻololi kānāwai.

constrainkāohi.

constrictedpūʻali.

constructkūkulu, hana.

constructin geometry, to construct, as in making a surveying figure with the use of only a compass and a straightedge; construction. kāpiʻokaha.

construction industryʻoiʻenehana kūkulu.

construction paperpepaānue.

constuction industryʻoihana kūkulu

constuction industryʻoihana kūkulu

consulkanikela, kanikele.

consulkanikela. see ambassador.

consulatewahi noho o ke kanikela.

consultkūkā, kūkākūkā, ōlelo kūkā.

consultanthoa kūkā, hoa kūkākūkā, kumu kūkā.

consultationkūkā ʻana, kūkākūkā. consultation place, wahi kūkākūkā; moana (for chiefs).

consumeʻai, hoʻopau, kemu, hamu.

consumeto use a commodity or service. kemu. see consumer.

consumedʻaina; pau, paukaʻa (completely).

consumera person who uses a commodity or service. mea kemu. see consume.

consummatehanaʻiʻo (finish); pala ʻole (unblemished).

consumptionsee tuberculosis.

contact, hoʻopili ʻana.

contacta person to whom certain information is communicated. mea kaʻa launa.

contact lensespilimaka

contact lensespilimaka

contact poisonlāʻau make ʻili.

contagiouslele. contagious disease, maʻi lele, maʻi pālahalaha. contagious skin disease, ʻili eʻe.

containaia maloko, kō loko. containing a book, he puke kō loko.

containeripu, pūʻolo, poʻi, , poho, kula, hōkeo, hakai; large container, ipu nui; small container, kīpoho; coral container, puna; gourd container, ʻōlulo. containers for various purposes: ʻolo wai, ʻohe wai, hue wai pūʻali, hue wai, hue wai ʻihi, hue wai ʻihi loa, hano, kula kakalina, ipu ʻauʻau, hueʻili, ʻōkaʻi, poho kāpalapala, ipu lei, ipu ʻala, pika pua, poho hoʻoluʻu, kā paka, ʻio paʻakai, poho kaha paʻakai, ipu kuaʻaha, ʻaʻaho, poho aho, ipu mimi, hōkelo, .

containergeneral term. hōkelo. an airtight container. he hōkelo paʻa ea. tooth-brush container, usually made of plastic. poho palaki niho.

containmenta government policy of preventing the expansion of a hostile power or ideology. kulekele kāohi.

contaminatehoʻohaumia.

contaminatedʻino, haumia, lepolepo, ʻinoʻino.

contemplatenoʻonoʻo nui, nalu.

contemporaneousulu hānau like, ola hanauna like.

contemporaryhanauna like, o kēia wā.

contempthoʻowahāwahā, hoʻokae, konākonā, ʻaʻahuā. also: hoʻoūpē, kīkoni, helei, mahua, laumaʻewa. see helei₂, buttocks. contempt of court, hoʻowahā wahā i ka ʻaha, hoʻohaunaele i nā ʻaha hoʻokolokolo. to stick out the tongue in contempt, hoʻopakeʻo.

contemptiblehōʻaikola, ʻino loa. see wretch.

contemptuousihu piʻi, ihu kū, konā.

contendʻāʻumeʻume, pāʻumeʻume; paomoni (rare).

contentʻoluʻolu, hauʻoli, luana.

content wordmemeʻa

content wordmemeʻa

contentedlaʻi, laʻi ka nohona, ʻoluʻolu, luana, kili ʻopu, ʻai i kalo moʻa.

contentionpaio, pāonioni, ʻāʻumeʻume.

contentiouspāʻumeʻume, hoʻopaʻapaʻa wale, hakakā wale, pāoni.

contentsmea o loko. table of contents, papa kuhikuhi.

contentstable of contents. papa kuhikuhi. see index.

contesthoʻokūkū, hoʻopāpā, pāpā; kahului (athletic). place used for competitive contests, kahua hoʻouka. to contest a will, kūʻē i ka palapala kauoha.

contest songmele hoʻokūkū.

contestanthoa pāonioni, moho, hoa paio.

contextpōʻaiapili.

contiguouspili loa, kokoke, aʻe.

contiguouspili lihi.

continencepākiko.

continentʻāinapuniʻole.

continentalalso continent. mokuhonua, ʻāinapuniʻole. continental crust. pāpaʻa mokuhonua. continental shelf. holopapa mokuhonua. continental slope. hene mokuhonua.

continualmau, kūmaumau, hoʻokina.

continuehoʻomau. also: ō, kāmau, mau, hoʻolāʻau, noke, kaukoe, hele, hoʻohuelo, ʻoi, hoʻoniau, kinai, kaiua, mīkole, hoʻomoʻo. see hoe.

continuedhoʻomau ʻia.

continued"to be continued," "stay tuned," as during a TV program. ʻaʻole i pau.

continuous feedsee auto feed.

contortedkewe, kūpaka, hoʻoʻiʻika.

contouras the elevations of a particular place. hiʻona ʻāina.

contrabandwaiwai i pāpā ʻia e ke kānāwai. to buy, as contraband, kūʻai malū.

contraceptivemea e hāpai ʻole ai.

contract₁agreement. ʻaelike, kepa, palapala ʻaelike, ukupau. contract labor, limahana malalo o ka ʻaelike, kepa.

contract₂shrink. mimiki, miki, ʻiʻika, hoʻohāiki. also: mania, puku, nenene, hoʻoʻiʻika, kīkenenei, mōkio, puʻeʻeke, pipika, menui.

contractmiki

contract laborkepa.

contractionhoʻopōkoleʻana.

contractionhupua

contractionhupua₂

contradicthoʻokuʻikuʻi ʻōlelo, hōʻole, pākuʻikuʻi, hoʻopākuʻikuʻi. also: keʻu, ākeʻukeʻu.

contrarykūʻē, paʻakikī. also: nanahuki, ʻēʻē, ʻolokeʻa, kupakeʻe.

contrasthoʻohālike, hoʻohālikelike; ʻokoʻa (noun). contrasting colors, nā waihoʻoluʻu ʻokoʻa.

contributehāʻawi.

contributionhaʻawina.

contributionhaʻawina koli ʻauhau

contritemihi.

controlkāohi. also: hoʻomalu, holopapa, monia. control yourself, kāohi iho. control the temper, ʻuʻumi i ka inaina; kāohi i ka lelepī. under control of a supernatural power, kalakupua. to gain control, pa.

controlkāohi. see entries below. biological control. kāohi meaola. flood control. kāohi wai hālana.

controlalso control group, as in an experiment. kumu hoʻohālikelike.

controlas in a computer program. hoʻoholo. general controls. hoʻoholo laulā. control key. pihi hoʻoholo (preceded by ke). control panel. papa hoʻoholo.

control towerkowela hoʻomalu

control towerkowela hoʻomalu

controlleras an administrator for a computer network. kahu. network controller. kahu pūnaewele. as in Nintendo games. pahu hoʻokele.

controlslight controls, as for stage productions. une kukui.

controversypiʻipiʻi ʻōlelo, hoʻopaʻapaʻa. to cause controversy by arguing, hoʻopanepane.

conundrumnane huna, ʻōlelo nane.

convalescepolapola, palekana, konekonea, konenea, kōlīliʻi.

convalescent homehome hoʻolana maʻi; hale pipipi (ancient kind).

convectionalto circulate, as air or liquid, between a lower and higher stratum due to variations in density, heat, and gravity; also convection, convective. paialewa.

convenehoʻākoakoa, kāhea.

convenientkūpono.

conventnunele, kula Kakōlika.

conventionʻaha, ʻahahui, hōʻike.

conventionan assembly of people who meet for a common purpose, in politics. ʻaha hoʻokuʻikahi.

convergentmeeting in plate techtonics, in geology. kuʻi. see divergent, intertropical convergent zone, transform. convergent boundary. palena kuʻi.

conversationkamaʻilio ʻana. also: pāpāʻōlelo, kūkaʻi kamaʻilio, ʻōlelokīkē, ʻōlelokīkēkē; ʻōlelo laulā (general). see chat, talk, and saying kalekale.

conversekamaʻilio, walaʻau, kamakamaʻilio, pāpāʻōlelo. also: kūkaʻi ʻōlelo, pāleo; ʻuhene (quiet, romantic); pakaʻa.

conversionloli ʻana, huli ʻana, hoʻohulihuli ʻana.

conversion chartpakuhi hoʻololi. metric conversion chart. pakuhi hoʻololi mekalika.

conversion scalepapa pālākiō.

converthoʻololi, hoʻohuli manaʻo, hoʻohulihuli. He is a convert, ua huli ʻoia.

convertiblea car with a top that can be lowered or removed. kaʻa kaupaku pelu, kaʻa kaupoku pelu, kaʻa kaupuku pelu.

convexlalahū, kewe, lanahua.

convexcurved or rounded, as the exterior of a sphere or circle. ʻeʻemu. see concave. convex lens. aniani kaulona ʻeʻemu. convex mirror. aniani ʻeʻemu.

conveylawe, halihali, hoʻonoho.

conveyancekaʻa. passenger conveyance, kaʻa hali ʻōhua. freight conveyance, kaʻa hali ukana.

convict₁find guilty. āhewa, hoʻāhewa.

convict₂prisoner. paʻahao.

convictto find or prove to be guilty. hoʻoholo i ke i ka hewa.

conviction₁found guilty. ʻāhewa ʻia.

conviction₂belief. manaʻopaʻa.

convincehōʻoiaʻiʻo.

convincedmanaʻopaʻa, hoʻokūʻiʻo. He is convinced his conduct is righteous, he manaʻopaʻa kona, ua pono kāna hana.

convoykūkaʻawe.

convulsionhuki, maʻi huki.

convulsionmaʻi huki. schizophrenic convulsion. maʻi huki huohuoi. see schizophrenia.

coo, nūnū, ʻū, palalū.

cookhoʻomoʻa, kuke; ʻōlala, lala (over a fire); kahu, kahuna (at an oven); kahu ʻai (taro or vegetable food). see bake, boil, broil, fry, roast.

cookmeakuke

cookmeakuke

Cook IslandsPae Moku ʻo Lalokona

Cook pinekumu paina Kuke, paina Kuke.

cookedmoʻa; pāpaʻa, pāpaʻapū (to a crisp); pala, moʻa hapa, moʻa iki, moʻa kolekole, moʻa maka, māhinu (underdone); moʻa leʻa (thoroughly); kokoko (rare). see overcooked.

cookhousehale imu, hale umu, hale kāhumu, pāpaʻi kahu, pāpaʻi ʻai, kāhuna imu (pre-European); hale kuke (modern).

cookiemea ʻono, mea ʻono kuki.

cookiea small tag file left on a computer hard drive by a server in order to gather information about the end-user. makana.

cooking schoolkula aʻo kuke.

coolʻoluʻolu (pleasantly); huʻihuʻi (chilly); maʻū (damp). also: anu, anuanu, hoʻānu, hau, ʻolu, koʻekoʻe, aniani; anuhea; waianuhea (as in mountains); waiʻolu, hauhau, hoʻomaʻalili, mōʻolu, līhau, hoʻānu. cool chill, lī anu. to cool off, hōʻoluʻolu, mani. Poetic references to coolness may signify comfort, happiness, and sexual passion. see cold.

cooledmaʻalili; maʻūʻū; kōaniani (by a breeze). see cool.

cooler (insulated food container)pahu kula

cooler (insulated food container)pahu kula

cool-headedalso even-tempered, calm. māio.

cooperkupa.

cooperatehoʻolaulima, kōkua, huki like, kākoʻo, alu, alu like, hana like. also: lauaki, komo ʻokoʻa, kāʻeuʻeu, puwalu, huliāmahi, kuahui, huihui ā kōlea. to not cooperate, hukikū.

cooperatingkahu aʻoākumu

cooperationlaulima, kōkua, hana laulima. see saying, kuʻi₂.

cooperative companyhui laulima.

coordinateto put in order. hoʻolaukaʻi. see entries below. coordinated. laukaʻi. coordinated physician referral system. ʻōnaehana kauka no ka lapaʻau like ʻana.

coordinatealso reference, in math. kuhikuhina. coordinates; ordered pair, i.e. two numbers used to give location of a point on a graph. paʻa helu kuhikuhina. coordinate axes, i.e. two intersecting perpendicular number lines used for graphing ordered number pairs. iho kuhikuhina. coordinate plane. papa kuhikuhina. geographical coordinates. kuhikuhina hōʻike honua.

coordinatedhaving physical dexterity. lehilehia.

coordinatorsee Hawaiian entries under luna.

cootʻalae kea.

copalkopala. copal varnish, waniki kopala.

CopenhagenKopenahakena, Kopenahagena.

copingkopina.

copperkeleawe. to engrave in copper or brass, kaha keleawe.

copperkeleaweʻula. see Aeneolithic.

copperaspaʻakai hao.

coppersmithkaha keleawe, kuʻi keleawe.

copraniu maloʻo.

co-processor unitas for a computer (CPU). mīkini heluhelu . abb. MHP.

copseōpū nāhelehele.

copulatesee sexual intercourse.

copyhoʻohālike; kope, kopena, mea like, kākau kope, lua, ponokope; hoʻopaʻi ā paʻi, hoʻoniau.

copyas of a document. kope. original or master copy. kope kumu. to make a copy. hana kope. backup copy. kope papaʻa. see backup.

copyrightpalapala hoʻokuleana, hoʻopaʻakope, ponokope. copyright office, keʻena kākau kope. to copyright, hoʻopaʻa kuleana.

copyrighthoʻokuleana

coquettewahine hoʻohaʻi; kāluhe (rare). see flirt.

coquettishʻano hoʻohaʻi.

coralpuna, koʻa, koʻakoʻa. also: ʻākoʻakoʻa, hākoʻakoʻa. kinds: ʻākoʻakoʻa kohe, ʻēkaha kū moana, kanahe, koʻa kea, kuanaka, limu, paʻakea, pāʻeke, puna kea. coral head, pūkoʻa, koʻa, mākoʻa, ʻākoʻakoʻa. coral plant, lōkālia. coral sea cavern, hālelo. coral shoal, koʻakā. coral flat, ʻāpapa, pāpapa, hāpapa, laupapa. coral reef, kohola (outer).

coraline algaelimu koʻa.

corbankolepana.

cordkaula (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); aho, olonā; piko (umbilical). also: ʻaea, ʻaha, ʻahaʻaha, ʻahakū, ʻalihi, ʻalihi kēpau, ʻalihi pīkoi, ʻalihi pōhaku, ʻaukuʻu, kīʻaho, kio, kūaluʻula, māʻilihau, ʻōkaʻi, pīkoni; kuaka, koka (of wood).

corda unit for measuring firewood. koka.

cordialʻoluʻolu, hōʻoluʻolu, pumehana.

cordiallyme ka hoʻomaikaʻi (ending to letter).

CordovaKokowa, Kodova.

corduroykuakua, ʻie.

corehaku, ʻīkoi, pīkoi, iho. hard core in a breast, haku waiū. very core of one's being, iwi hilo. core of a speech iwi haʻi aʻo.

coreearthʻs core. ʻīkoi honua. see crust, mantle.

coreʻīkoi₄

coreʻīkoi₄

core creditas for a school course. ʻai koina. see required.

coreopsiskoʻokoʻolau haole.

corianderkoliana.

corkʻumoki, ʻomo, pani, pani ʻōmole (stopper). (no name for the material).

corkthe material or the tree. ʻūpīlāʻau.

corkscrewwili wehe ʻumoki. also: wilipuaʻa, ulepuaʻa.

cormʻohā (of taro growing from older root), ʻilikana (under peeling, as of taro). The taro has formed a corm, ua ʻiʻo ke kalo.

cormas of taro. hua. scientific usage. ʻauhua.

cormorantmanu lawaiʻa; kakalakeke, katarakete (Biblical).

cornkūlina; kūlina ʻono (sweet), kūlina pohāpohā (pop). mānoanoa ka ʻili (calloused skin, corn on toe).

corn mealkūlina wali.

corn smutkalina paʻu kūlina.

corncobiwi kūlina.

corned beeffresh corned beef, as opposed to canned. pipi kelemānia. canned corned beef. kini pipi, pipi kini. can of corned beef. kini pipi.

cornerhuina; kūʻono (inside); kihi (outside), kohe (mat); huina alanui (street); hio. corner post, pou kihi. looking out of the corners of the eyes, maka kihi to make a corner in plaiting by overlapping, hoʻokihi.

cornerparticularly an outside corner. kihi. inside corner. kūʻono, poʻopoʻo.

corner backdefensive corner back, in football. ʻāʻiwa.

cornerskihikihi. full of corners, kihikihi. to make corners, hoʻokihikihi.

cornerstonepōhaku kihi.

cornetkoneka, , pū hoʻokani.

cornet pihi poko. see bugle, trumpet.

cornicemōlina. full of cornices, ʻōlapalapa.

cornstarchpia kūlina.

CornwallKonewala.

corollarymanaʻopili (as in mathematics).

coronakalaunu.

Corona BorealisKa-ua-mea (?).

Corona Borealisa constellation. ʻAnaheuheu.

coronal suturehoai manawa.

coronaryaʻa e hele ana i ka puʻuwai.

coronationponi mōʻī.

coronerkolonelo. coroner's inquest, ʻaha nīele kumu make.

coronetkoleneka.

corporal₁military. kopala.

corporal₂bodily. pili i ke kino, kō ke kino.

corporationhui, ʻahahuina.

corporationa business that is separate from the people who own it and acts legally as a single entity. ʻahahuina.

corpspūʻali koa. Marine Corps, Pūʻali Koa Malina.

corpsMarine Corps. Pūʻali Hoʻouka Kaua.

corpsekupapaʻu, kino wailua, kino make, heana.

corpulentʻōpū nui, momona loa. also: hōlūlū, hīwa aʻawaʻa; kaʻapeha (in a distinguished manner).

Corpus ChristiKino o ka Haku. Corpus Christi procession, kaʻi malihini.

corral, pā ʻaʻaho. various types: pā ʻeke, pā hoʻopuni, pā loa, pā pine, pā ʻupena, pā wāwahi pipi.

corralpāʻeke.

correctpololei, pono. to correct, hoʻopololei, hoʻopono, hoʻoponopono, hoʻomaikaʻi. also: niolo, maiau.

correspondlauna palapala, hololeka, kūkaʻi leka (write letters); pili, like me.

correspondencelauna palapala.

correspondencewritten correspondence; also to correspond by letter. kūkaʻi leka. correspondence course. papa kūkaʻi leka.

correspondentkākau leka.

correspondingin math. launa. corresponding angle, of a triangle huina launa. corresponding side. ʻaoʻao launa.

corridorflight corridor. ala lele mokulele.

corrodepopo, popopo, ʻaʻai. bitter sad thoughts that corrode, manaʻoʻaʻai ʻawa kaniʻuhū.

corrugatedoloolo. corrugated iron, pilihao, piula.

corrugated papercardboard. pepa pahu.

corrupthaumia, haukaʻe, ponoʻole, palahō, ʻapakeʻe.

corsagepōkēʻōmou, pua ʻōmou.

corsetkāliki. corset cover, kāliki waiū.

CorsicaKokika, Kosika.

cortical boneiwi ʻalā. see cancellous bone.

cortisonea hormone used in the treatment of arthritis. kokikone. see hydrocortisone.

cosmeticmea hoʻouʻiuʻi.

cosmicpāhawewe kumulipo

cosmic raykukuna lewa lipo.

cosmologicalhelu kauapono

cosmosa kind of flower. komosa.

CossackKokaka.

costkumu kūʻai, kumu lilo. cf. price.

costprice. kumukūʻai. cost analysis. huli kumukūʻai. estimated cost or charge, as for services. kāki koho.

Costa Ricaalso Costa Rican. Koka Rika.

costlypipiʻi, nui ka hoʻolilo, waiwai, kumu kūʻai nui.

costumeʻaʻahu, lole.

costumeʻaʻahu

costumeʻaʻahu

cotmoe ʻopiʻopi, moe ʻuʻuku.

cottagehale ʻuʻuku.

cottage cheesewaiūhakuhaku.

cottage cheesewaiūhakuhaku.

cottonpulu, pulupulu, maʻo. also: huluhulu, pulupulu haole, ʻie, kīʻailana (variety grown in Hawaiʻi).

cottonpulupulu. cotton swab, Q-tip. lāʻau pulupulu.

cottontail rabbitlāpaki huelo pulupulu, lāpiki huelo pulupulu, ʻiole lāpiki huelo pulupulu.

cotyledonpepeiao.

cotyledonlau ʻīnana. monocotyledon. lau ʻīnana kahi. dicotyledon. lau ʻīnana lua.

couchhikieʻe (large); pūneʻe (movable); kokī, noho moe, moena; hoʻoleinamoa (rare).

cougarkoukā.

coughkunu, ʻehē, ʻahē, ʻahēʻahē, kalea. also: ʻuhūʻuhū, nokonoko, kuhō, 'ōkunukunu. see whooping cough.

councilʻaha kūkā, pūkuʻi. Privy council, ʻaha kūkā malū. Council of state, ʻaha kūkā o ke aupuni. Council of chiefs, ʻahaʻula.

councilʻaha. county council. ʻaha kalana.

councilorkahuna nui; makaʻou (rare).

counselaʻo, aʻoaʻo, ʻōlelo aʻo, kuauhā, loio.

counselorloio, kākāʻōlelo, hoa kūkā, hoa kūkākūkā, kālaimoku, pohokano; lauaʻaua, Palakeliko (KJV).

count₁number. helu, heluhelu, heluna. to count ballots, helu pāloka. to count in order, helu papa. counting game with chants, helu pā'ani.

count₂title of nobility. kauna.

countto skip count, in math. helu lele.

count nounkikino ʻēpaʻa

count nounʻēpaʻa

count nounkikino ʻēpaʻa

countable nounkikino ʻēpaʻa

countable nounkikino ʻēpaʻa

countdownalso to count down, as in launching a rocket. helu ʻōlapa.

countenancemaka, helehelena.

counterpākaukau.

counteras in a kitchen. papakau. as beans or bottle caps to help with a math problem. mea kōkua helu.

counter sorcery or sorcererkala.

counteractkeʻakeʻa; ʻōkalakala (evil by prayer).

counterattackhoʻouka pānaʻi.

counterbalancesee compensation.

counterclockwisekōʻai hema. see clockwise.

CountercurrentEquatorial Countercurrent, in oceanography. hiapo. see current.

counterexamplelaʻana hōʻole.

counterfeithoʻopunipuni, ʻāpuka, ʻoiaʻiʻo ʻole, pelio. counterfeit money, kālā hoʻopunipuni. counterfeit resemblance, hoʻohālike kolohe.

counterpunchkuʻi pānaʻi.

countesskauna wahine, kaunakeke.

countinghelu, moʻo helu. counting game, helu pāʻani.

counting cubein math. paʻaʻiliono kōkua helu, paʻaʻiliono. see counting mat, counting rod.

counting matalso counting flat, counting stripmat, in math. moena kōkua helu, moena. see counting cube, counting rod.

counting numberin math. hua helu kumu.

counting ona strategy used in mental math. helu kūana. see unit of counting.

counting piecebase-five counting piece, in math. kua helu kumu hoʻohui pālima.

counting principlebasic counting principle, in math. kulehana no ka helu ʻana.

counting rodalso counting strip, in math. ʻaukā; kōkua helu, ʻaukā. see counting cube, counting mat.

counting stripsee counting rod.

countrifiedkuaʻāina, hoʻokuaʻāina, pilikua, kaikua.

countryʻāina (land); kuaʻāina (as distinct from the city); kahiki (any foreign country). country person, see countrified.

countrydeveloped or first world country. ʻaina ʻoiʻenehana. developing or third world country. ʻāina hōʻoiʻenehana. nation-state. kaumokuʻ āina. postcolonial country. kaumokuʻ āina muli panalāʻau, ʻāina muli panalāʻau.

countrysidekuaʻāina, kuauli.

countykalana.

countykalana. county council. ʻaha kalana. county fair. hōʻikeʻike kalana. see fair. county planning department. keʻena hoʻollā o ke kalana.

couplelua, paʻa, papa lua. married couple, paʻa male. bridal couple, paʻa male hou.

coupledhui pālua, kaulua.

couponno general word; see certificate, paper.

couponkūpona.

couragekoa, wiwo 'ole, hoʻāho. lack of courage, haʻawipio ka manaʻolana, lepahū. see courageous.

courageousmakoa, hoʻokanaka, manawanui; ʻahi kananā (idiom); pu'uwai hao kila (fig.); pōpololū. see courage.

courseala, alanui, kahua. sea course, ala kai. holua course, holo holua. of course, ʻoia, ʻoia hoʻi, hiki nō, ʻaʻole e ʻole. in the course of events, i ka hala ʻana o nā mea i hana ʻia. in due course, i ka wā kūpono. course in a meal, not known. to hold a canoe on course, homa. to turn off one's course, kahakū, kuhikeʻe, halakī, hū ā puaʻa.

courseelective course. papa koho. required course. papa koina. lower-division course. papa heluhaʻa. upper-division course. papa helukiʻe.

courseslalom course. ala heihei kīkeʻekeʻe.

courseworksee curriculum.

court₁legal. ʻAha (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). to accuse in court or take to court, hoʻopiʻi, ʻoni. to defend in court, hoʻopale.

court₂royal. aloali'i. members of the court, aloaliʻi kaʻalani.

court₃to woo. hoʻoipo, hoʻoipoipo, hoʻonipo, hoʻopilipili.

court₄see courtyard.

courtas for basketball. kahua. see entry below and field. basketball court. kahua pōhīnaʻi, kahua. volleyball court. kahua pōpaʻipaʻi, pahu.

courtland court. ʻaha hoʻonā ʻāina. see land registration system, settle, small-claims court.

courteousʻoluʻolu, waipahē, waipehē, ʻolu.

courthousehale hoʻokolokolo.

court-martialʻaha hoʻokolokolo koa.

courtshiphoʻoipoipoʻana.

courtyard, kahua.

courtyardpāmalae.

cousinhoahānau, kaukini. male cousin of the parents' generation, makua kāne, makua kāne hanauna. female cousin of the parents' generation, makuahine, makuahine hanauna. male cousin of parent-in-law, makuahūnōai kāne. female cousin of parent-in-law, makuahūnōai wahine. Terms for brother and sister are commonly used for cousin of one's own generation.

cousin-in-lawkaikoʻeke (of same sex). female cousin of a male, wahine; wahine makua (older); wahine ʻōpio (younger). male cousin of a female, kāne; kāne makua (older); kāne ʻōpio (younger).

covekūʻono, awa; hahape (Kauaʻi).

covenantpelika, berita, kuʻikahi. Ark of the covenant, pahu pelika. Covenant of faith, pelika o ka manaʻoʻiʻo.

coveruhi, pani, pale, wahī. also: ʻili (as of a book); hoʻouhi, ʻomo; kaupale (as an oven); ʻaʻahu (as with a blanket); kīpaʻi, pāpalu, kīkanu, kīpoʻi, kilipoʻipoʻi, kīpoʻipoʻi, papapū, paʻapū; poʻipū (cover entirely). mattress cover, uhi pela. cover of an opening, pani puka. patchwork cover, uhi ʻāpana. seat cover, pale noho. hard cover (of a book), ʻili paʻa.

coverto cover or shield, as oneʻs mouth. pale. cover page. ʻaoʻao hoʻ ākāka. ground cover. kapauli, manhole cover, as for a sewer. pani paipu lawe ʻino (preceded by ke). see cap. mattress cover. ʻeke pela (preceded by ke). for a fish tank, in aquaculture. peʻa. see fish tank liner, record album.

coverpauhi

coverpauhi

cover letterleka wehewehe.

coveragemedical coverage number. helu ʻinikua olakino.

coverallssame as overalls.

coverallsoveralls. lole wāwae kāʻawe, lole wāwae ʻepane.

coveringwahī, uhi, pale uhi, uhina. also: hāliʻi, māmalu, pupupu, pāpalu; doorframe covering, kikihi; head covering, pāpale, pūloʻu, palelei; ti-leaf covering, kui laī, pale lauʻī.

coverthūnā. see hidden.

covetpuni. also: ʻālunu, ʻānunu, nunu, lunu, makeʻe, kuko, makauliʻi, hoʻomakauliʻi, minamina, ʻupu, leho, maka leho, lekia. to covet wealth, puni waiwai, makeʻe waiwai.

cowpipi wahine, pipi waiū; pipi kolo (yearling).

cowardhōhē, hoʻohē, makaʻu wale; peʻe pao (contemptuous).

cowboypaniolo; paniola (later variant); keiki hoʻolei kīpuka ʻili.

cowboypaniolo pipi

cowboypaniolo pipi

cowfishespahu.

cowhideʻili pipi.

cowry shellleho (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: kuoho, kupa, ʻōlūpalaha; pāuhu (pōuhu); pūleho, pūleholeho, pūleho hōlei, pūleho kaniʻo, pūleho ʻula, pūleho palaoa, pūpū leholeho, ʻuala. Wonderful how octopus notices little cowries, nani ka ʻike o ka heʻe i nā pūleho liʻiliʻi (of an older man eying young beauties).

coyhoʻomāhie, palai maka, hōʻeno, hani.

coyotekaioke.

cozyʻoluʻolu.

cp

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CPUco-processor unit, as for a computer. MHP (mīkini heluhelu ).

CPUlolouila

CPUlolouila

cr

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crabpapaʻi (general name, for various kinds see Haw.- Eng. entry, also entries to follow; alternate names are in parentheses), see sayings, ʻeleʻelepī, niho mole. crab claws, niho kīlou. crab with yellow back, pāpaʻi kua lenalena, ʻaʻama kua lenalena (warrior). corpse-eating black crab, ʻalamihi ʻai kupapaʻu (of scavengers). crab claws are spread, kekē ka niho o ka pāpaʻi (talk crab but not action).

crab grasskūkae-puaʻa-uka, mauʻu kūkae puaʻa.

crab louseʻuku papa.

crabbedsee bitter.

crack₁aperture. māwae. also: nakaka, ʻowā, ʻowāʻowā, weke, wekeweke, ʻakaka, ʻōwae, hoʻonahā, makili; pūahilo (skin); lepeulu, muaiwa (in wood). to crack, kīkē, kīmō, kīpō (as nuts); naka (as earth).

crack₂noise. ʻUʻina (as a gun); kani ʻaʻina, koʻele (as thunder); kohā, hoʻokani (as a whip); pāpaʻaʻina (as joints).

crackas space between fence boards. kōā. as in a sidewalk; also to crack. ʻoā.

crackednahā, naka, makili; unahipiʻi (feet).

crackerpelena. whole unbroken crackers, pāpaʻa pelena.

cracklepāpaʻaʻina, kani ʻaʻina, ʻuʻina. also: paʻina, paʻapaʻaʻina, ʻeʻeʻina.

cradlemoe luliluli, moe paipai.

craft₁see handicraft.

craft₂boat. moku liʻiliʻi.

craftinghana lima

craftinghana lima

craftsmanalso artisan. mālalaioa.

craftsmanshipʻike hana lima.

craftymaʻalea, ʻāpiki.

craggykākala, ʻāpali, ʻōwaʻawaʻa, ʻāwaʻawaʻa.

cramʻonou ā piha kuʻi, hoʻopiha nui, pihaʻū. also: papaʻunu, hakē, kinanape.

cramphuki, lāʻau; ʻūmiʻi (as in side); wāwae huki; haikala (severe); haikala muku (less severe).

crampedʻōpili, pipiki, muikiiki, pilikia. also: ʻūpili, pāiki, piliʻaiku.

cranberryʻōhelo (Hawaiian).

crane₁bird. manu ʻioʻio (RSV), manu ʻū (KJV).

crane₂machine. kewe, hāpuku.

cranespace crane, remote manipulator arm. lima kia pihi.

crankwili, kūʻau wili. hand crank, wili lima.

crankyʻaʻaka, kekē, kekē niho, ʻekeʻeke, hoʻokeʻekeʻe. also: pale kaʻaʻaka, pakauʻaʻaka, malaia.

crannykeʻena, poʻopoʻo, kūʻono, kīpolipoli.

crape myrtlekāhili, mikimiki.

crash₁hit. hoʻokuʻi.

crash₂sound. pohā, pahū; kīkē ʻalāna (as of rocks).

crashto crash, as cars; to bump or bang into. hoʻokuʻi.

craterlua, lua pele.

craterchain of craters. pae lua pele. see volcano.

cravatkalawake. see necktie.

craveʻiʻini, liʻa; ʻono (food).

crawʻōpū ʻaiʻai (of a bird).

crawlkolo. also: kokolo, makolo, nakolo, ʻeu, ʻeʻeu, pūneʻe.

crawlfree style in swimming; also to swim using this style. ʻau kolo. see stroke.

crawl strokeʻau kolo (swimming).

crawling tunnelkonela kolo

crawling tunnelkonela kolo

crayfishʻōpae pākē.

crayonpena me nā waihoʻoluʻu like ʻole.

crayonkala, peni kala.

crazypupule, lōlō, hehena, hewahewa. also: ʻūlala, uluāhewa, ʻōpulepule, pahuluhope. cf. feeble-minded.

crazy quiltkapa pohopoho.

creakʻeʻeʻina, ʻuʻina; manunu (as bones).

creamkalima, kalima waiū; kalima hamo (face), see coconut, ice cream.

creamwhipped cream. kalima huipa. see chocolate.

creasemino, ʻopi (as in clothes or paper); kohe (as in a hat). also: mimino, minomino, miona (as in the buttocks). creased with fat, kīʻoki. to form a crease, as in a hat, hoʻokohe.

creaseas on a pair of pants. haki, ʻopi.

createhana, hoʻokumu.

creationkumulipo, kumu honua.

creationalso origin of the world. kumu honua. creation literature. moʻokalaleo kumu honua.

creativenoʻonoʻo hana.

creative writingkākau makakū.

creatorka mea nāna i hana.

creaturemea ola (living); holoholona (animal); manu (bird); mea kolo (creeping); holoholona lele (flying); iʻa (fish, mollusk).

creaturetutua

credentialspalapala hoʻāpono, hōʻailona.

credithōʻaiʻē; hua, heluna (as for a university course). buy on credit, kūʻai hōʻaiʻē. ask for credit, hōʻaiʻē. Give him credit for working hard, e hoʻomaikaʻi iāia no kona hōʻikaika ʻana.

creditas for a school course. ʻai. core credit. ʻai koina. elective credit. ʻai koho.

creditas at a bank or store. kumu hōʻaiʻ ē. as the name of a person who has contributed to a performance. pailaha.

credit accountalso charge account, as in a bank. waihona kāki. see bank account.

credit unionhale hōʻaiʻē kālā.

creedkumu manaʻoʻiʻo, pelika o ka manaʻoʻiʻo.

creekkahawai.

creepkolo. also: kokolo, makolo, kaukolo, kōʻai, ʻakolo, koene, ilo, hihi, nihi, kulipeʻe, neʻe, neʻe heʻe, neneʻe, kaʻulī; ʻeʻeu (as an insect). to creep with age, kaikapū. creeping rain, ua nihi. creeping mist, ʻohu kolo.

creeperʻāhihi (vine); kākāwahie (bird).

crematepuhi ahi, puhi lehu, hoʻolehu.

crematorywahi puhi ahi.

Creolekalīola

Creolekalīola

crepepepa lei (paper). black crepe worn for mourning, ʻeleʻele kanikau.

crepuscularappearing or flying in the twilight. ala mōlehu. see diurnal, nocturnal.

crescendohoʻonui, (in music).

crescenthoaka.

crescent-shapedkikihi, kewe (as the moon), ʻōnaha. crescent-shaped design at base of temple drum, hoaka.

crestwēkiu, welau, piko, nuʻu; poʻomahiole, pāpale, hulukoa, poʻopāpale, puapoʻo (bird); hoaka (helmet); ʻōmoʻomoʻo (mountain); ʻale, ʻakoʻako, pūʻoʻa, hokua (wave); poʻi, muku (breaking wave). see top. family crest, hōʻailona kūʻauhau.

crestof a wave. hokua, hokua o ka nalu, hokua o ka ʻale. see trough, wave.

crestfallenkū i ka hoka, mamae.

crestingpoʻina (of sea).

CreteKeleke, Kerete.

Cretealso Cretan. Keleke, Kerete.

cretonnekalikone.

crevalleulua (for various types, growth stages, fig. meanings, see Haw.-Eng. entry and following entries).

crevicenaele, nao, māwae. see crack.

crewpoʻe hoʻokele moku, poʻe luina (ship); mea waʻa (canoe).

crewmember of a work crew. limahana. video production crew. limahana paʻi wikiō.

cribmoe kamaliʻi.

cribas for babies. moe pēpē.

cricketʻūhini, ʻūhini lele, ʻunihi; ʻunia (adult).

cricketʻūhini nēnē. beach cricket. ʻūhini nēnē kahakai. lava cricket. ʻūhini nēnē pele.

crierkala, leo kala, luna kala (public).

crimekalaima, hewa.

crimesee criminalistics, criminology.

criminalkalaima. see penal code. criminal case, hihia kalaima. criminal procedure, lawelawe hoʻopiʻi kalaima.

criminal lawthe law of crimes and their punishments. kānāwai kalaima.

criminalisticsthe scientific study of physical evidence in the commission of crimes. kālaimeheu kalaima. see criminology. criminalist. kanaka kālaimeheu kalaima, mea kālaimeheu kalaima.

criminologythe study of crime and criminals. kālaikalaima. see criminalistics. criminologist. kanaka kālaikalaima, mea kālaikalaima.

crimpyʻāpiʻipiʻi.

cringehoʻopē, ʻeʻeke, ʻeke, kaupē, kaʻapē.

crinkledpipiki, pūʻalu, pipika, ʻōpakapaka.

crippleʻoʻopa, hapakuʻe.

crisisulia pōpilikia (emergency); akaaka ʻole ka pono a me ka pono ʻole (as of sickness, lit., not clear the well or the not well).

crisppaʻapaʻaʻina.

crispor brittle, as dryhala leaves. paʻapaʻaʻina.

crisscrosskaha peʻa, ʻolokeʻa, hōʻolokeʻa, kaupeʻa, kahahiō (mark).

criticmea loi i ke ʻano; (especially a hula critic).

critical thinkingnoʻonoʻo loi.

criticismloi kiʻina

criticizeloiloi, , paka (often constructively); hoʻohalahala (faultfinding). also: kūhalahala, nio, ākeʻukeʻu, welewele iwi, ʻainemanema, ʻaʻanema, nema, ʻākē.

croakkeʻu, kohā, heʻu, nēnē.

CroatiaKoloatia.

crochetlihilihi hana lima. crochet hook, kui lihilihi. to crochet, hana lihilihi.

crockkelemania.

crocodilemoʻo nui, kelokokile.

crocuspua ʻōʻili hau.

crook₁bend. kīkeʻe, lanahua, lapuʻuna, hoʻokekeʻe, hoʻokanahua, uakeʻe. see ex., pimple.

crook₂cheat. kanaka pale kānāwai.

crookedkapakahi, kekeʻe, kīkeʻekeʻe, hapakuʻe, nanahū, keʻe. also: lāpeʻe, lāpuʻu, ʻanakeʻe, napa, nāpai, kupakeʻe, hōʻewa, kihi loa, ʻoehaʻa, pākauā-keʻe, uhakeʻe, kālawalawa, nūkeʻe, ʻewa, pauʻali, pepeʻe, paʻewa, ʻehipa, kīʻōnaha, ʻūkeʻe, kākiwi.

crop₁harvest. mea hoʻoulu, mea kanu; ʻaʻae (third crop, as of taro).

crop₂of a bird. ʻŌpū.

cropor planting, i.e. the number of plantings of a particular plant. kanu. a plant that is grown and harvested, usually for profit. meaulu.

croquetkolokē.

cross₁of disposition. ʻaʻaka, nauki, kaʻe, kekē niho, niha. also: naʻinaʻi, kaki, pīkananā, kamaniha, hoʻokamaniha, ʻainiha, kūkona, loko liʻu, pōkole ka naʻau.

cross₂overlap. keʻa, peʻa. also: kaha peʻa, hoʻokeʻa; lāʻau keʻa, ʻolokeʻa (wooden). cross sticks, ʻōkeʻa, . station of the cross, kaʻi keʻa. to cross the hands, ʻōpeʻa; ʻōpeʻa kua, hoʻōpeʻa kua, kākepakepa (behind the back). to cross the legs, hoʻouka nā wāwae. to cross one over another, kāpeʻapeʻa. to cross sticks, kīpeʻa. to make the sign of the cross, kuhi-kuhi i ke keʻa. to cross the street, hele ma kēlā ʻaoʻao o ke alanui.

crossto cross, as a street. ʻaʻehi. see entries below and crosswalk.

cross outkahapeʻa.

cross productin math. hualoaʻa kaupeʻa.

cross sectionhiʻona kaha.

crossbarkī kaola.

crossbaron a bicycle. kua hao paikikala.

crossbowkakaka.

crossbreedhoʻopiʻi kaʻakepa. see breed, cross-pollinate.

cross-country skiheʻe hau peʻa ʻāina.

cross-examinationnīnau hoʻi, ninaninau hoʻohuahua-lau, ninaninau pale.

cross-eyedmaka ʻāhewa, maka lalau.

crosshairsmākia lena

cross-leggedʻahaʻaha; neʻepū (rare).

crosspatchsee cranky.

crosspiecemana, ʻāmana.

cross-pollinatehoʻēhu pua kaʻakepa. see crossbreed, pollinate.

crossroadshuina, huina alanui, pahu manamana.

cross-stitchinghumukā, .

cross-tab graphin math. pakuhi huina ʻikepili.

crosswalkʻaʻehina. see cross. crosswalk light. kukui ʻaʻehina.

crossword puzzlenane huaʻōlelo.

crotchkumuhele; kapakapa (human); mana.

crotonlau kalakoa. see coleus.

crouchʻōkuʻu, hoʻopū. also: kīkenenei, hoʻōkuʻu, ʻāpoʻipoʻi, ʻekepue, pupue.

croupʻāʻīkū, nae ʻāʻīkū.

crow₁bird. ʻAlalā (see saying).

crow₂sound. ʻoʻō, kokō, kani, kekē. also: ʻoʻoʻō, ʻoʻoʻoʻō, uli. first cockcrow, moa kuakahi.

crowbarkolopā (for a song, see Haw.-Eng. entry).

crowdlehulehu, pihana kanaka, pūʻulu, anaina kanaka. also: hoʻokē, mōnoinoi, mīnoinoi, haluku, muikiiki, kūpinaʻi, kāō, puana, ʻāluka, hoʻomū, haiamū, lumi, maka kanaka. see also nonanona, lēʻī. to move in great crowds, kaheāwai (fig.).

crowdedpaʻapū, pihakuʻi. also: haluku, kukū, nunuʻa, hāloʻaloʻa, kūhaluka, kāō, kūpilikiʻi, ʻūpili, pupupu, kūpipi, pūʻikaʻika, pilikia, pūʻukiʻuki, ūkūkua, aukuku, kuʻineki, piha pūʻikaʻika, piha pūkuʻikuʻi, neʻineʻi, hakakē, lēhau. see sayings, kē₁, lēʻī.

crownkalaunu, kolona, pāpale aliʻi, lei aliʻi. holy crown, pāpale laʻa. crown of a hat, ipu, piko. crown of the head, piko, mino. crown lands, ʻāina lei aliʻi. crown prince or princess, hoʻoilina mōʻī. crown of thorns, lei kākalaioa. to crown a king, poni mōʻī. to crown with a lei, hoʻolei.

crownas on a pineapple. ʻēlau. pineapple crown. ʻēlau hala kahiki, ʻēlau painaʻāpala.

crown flowerpua kalaunu.

crowʻs feeta kind of plant. wāwaeʻalalā.

CRTcathode-ray tube. ʻohe kīwī. see cathode.

crucifixkeʻa.

crucifixionkaulia ʻia ʻana i ke keʻa.

crucifykaulia i ke keʻa, mākia.

crude₁harsh. lula ʻole, hoʻokuʻikuʻi, hanahihi.

crude₂raw. maka.

cruelloko ʻino, māino, hana ʻino, hoʻomāinoino, hoʻolaukōnā, hainā; pao, houhou (in speech, fig.).

crueltyhana ʻino, māinoino, hoʻomāinoino, hana māino.

cruiseholoholo moku, holo moana.

cruisermoku kaua.

crumbhuna. bread crumb, huna palaoa. crumbs, hunahuna. oka.

crumbbread crumbs. hunahuna palaoa. clumps of mineral particles mixed into soil. pūhuna. see tilth.

crumbleʻūmikimiki, heheleleʻi, lulumi, puehu, napele.

crumblednāhāhā.

crumplepūʻalu, lulumi, lumilumi, ʻoupē, pīʻao.

crumplednuminumi

crumplednuminumi

crunchkamumu, haukamumu. crunching sound, kāmūmumu.

crunchygeneral term, but especially for loli, ʻopihi, etc. kamumu. as fresh potato chips. kakani, nakeke. as an apple. nakekeke.

crusadekelukake.

crusaderkoa kelukake, kulekia.

crushlomi, hoʻoūpē, hoʻopē, hoʻomāui, ʻōpā, pākī, mīkā; pākīkī (as pandanus aerial roots to make kava strainers).

crushedūpē, kaupē lulumi, lumilumi, lumi, , pēpē, pakū, napele; pōlumilumi (as in a crowd).

crustpāpaʻa. crust of bread, pāpaʻa o ka palaoa. to begin to form a crust, as a wound, olomio.

crustin geology. pāpaʻa. see core, mantle. continental crust. pāpaʻa mokuhonua. earthʻs crust. pāpaʻa honua. ocean crust. pāpaʻa moana.

crustaceansee ostracod. pāpaka. land crustacean. pāpaka ʻāina.

crustedpāpaʻa. see ex., kūmau₂.

crustypāpaʻapū.

crutchkoʻokoʻo kālele.

cry, uwē (weep); cry out, kani, oho, ʻuwā; puoho (in alarm); olo pihe, kāhea, huene, pūʻalalā, pūhalalū. also: hauwene, kaniāʻau, ʻōmino (weep). see onomatopoeia, shout. teasing cry, uē hoʻohune. to cry loudly, uē hāmama, pūʻalalā, lele walo, kūō, kūwō, kani kohā.

crybabyuē wale.

crying, auēuē, nēnē. see cry.

crystalpōhaku aʻiaʻi.

crystalpōaka.

cu

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cubkeiki. lion cub, liona keiki.

Cubaalso Cuban. Kupa, Kuba.

CubanKupa, Kuba.

cubbyhaka kau pahu

cubbyhaka kau pahu

cubby holekapi.

cubepaʻaʻili ono, paʻaʻili ono like, kupa.

cubein math. paʻaʻiliono analahi, paʻaʻiliono. see cubic, hexahedron. counting cube. paʻaʻiliono kōkua helu, paʻaʻiliono. snap cube. palaka kepa.

cube rootkumu kupa.

cubedas in exponential counting, in math. pāhoʻonui kolu. see square.

cubed raw tunapoke ʻahi

cubed raw tunapoke ʻahi

cubicpaʻaʻili ono. cubic yard, iā paʻaʻili ono.

cubicpaʻaʻiliono. see cube. cubic yard. ʻī āpaʻaʻiliono.

cubitkūpika, kano.

cubitan ancient unit of measurement used in Bible times. kūpita.

cuckookūkū.

cucumberkaʻukama.

cudlualuaʻi. to raise and chew the cud, lualuaʻi.

cudgelnewa. see club.

cudweedsʻenaʻena.

cue₁billiards. lāʻau pahupahu.

cue₂reminder. kumu hoʻomanaʻo, ʻōlelo hoʻomanaʻo. to recite the first lines of a stanza as a cue to the chanter, kāhea.

cueas in the game of pool. kiu. pool cue. kiu pahupahu.

cuffpūlima.

cuff buttonpihi pūlima.

cullwae, ʻohi, kōhikōhi.

cultivatemahi. also: olohiʻo; kīkoʻu (with a hoe or digging stick).

cultivationmahi ʻai ʻana.

cultivationshifting cultivation, in geography. mahi ʻai mahakea.

cultivatorkalaweka.

cultivatoralso to cultivate. kīkoʻu. see rotary tiller. hand cultivator. kīkoʻu paʻa lima.

culture₁customs. nā ʻike a me nā hana. see also versed.

culture₂agriculture. hoʻoulu.

culturealso cultural. moʻomeheu. see entry below and custom.

cultureas bacteria grown in a prepared nutrient. ʻoulu. nutrient culture. ʻoulu māhuaola. sand culture. ʻoulu one.

culture herokupua.

cum laudealso with distinction, with honors, as in academics. me ke kau i ka hano, me ka hanohano, me ka hoʻomaikaʻi. see magna cum laude, summa cum laude.

CumberlandKumepelana.

cuminkumino.

cumulus cloudʻōpua, kahaʻea.

cumulus cloudao ʻōpua. see cloud.

cumulus cloudao ʻōpua

cumulus cloudao ʻōpua

cunningmaʻalea, ʻāpiki; ʻōlelo paheʻe (speech).

cuppola, ipu, kīʻaha, kīʻoʻe; ʻapu (coconut shell); ʻapu ʻauhuhu (poison); ʻāpikapika (suction); pīʻao (made of folded ti leaves); dye cup, kākākau. kava cup, ʻapu ʻawa, ʻolo ʻawa. cup-shaped, ʻapuʻapu, ʻaʻapu. to cup the hand, kīʻapu. to fold a leaf into a cup, form a cup of the hollow of the hand, hōʻaʻapu.

cupas for measurement. kīʻaha. abb. kh. measuring cup. kīʻaha ana.

cup of goldipu kula, ʻāhihi.

cupboardpahu pā, waihona pā ipu, waihona ipu, halepā.

cupboard for canned foodwaihona kini

cupboard for canned foodwaihona kini

cupboard for disheswaihona pā

cupboard for disheswaihona pā

cuprickupuriku. cupric carbonate. kupuriku karabonahate. cupric oxide. kupuriku ʻokesaside. cupric sulfate. kupuriku sulafahate. cupric sulfide. kupuriku sulafaside.

curarea poison for South American Indiansʻ arrows; also a muscle relaxant in modern medicine. kulali.

curb₁street curb. kaʻe.

curb₂to restrain. kāohi.

curbkaʻe alanui

curbkaʻe alanui

curdbean curd, tofu. tōfū.

curdspaka, bata (Kin. 18.8, RSV) .

curehoʻōla, lapaʻau, hoʻopolapola.

cureto prepare by chemical or physical processing for keeping or use. hoʻohāoʻo. cured. hāoʻo.

curedola loa (completely).

curing medicinelāʻau lapaʻau.

curiomea hoʻomāʻikeʻike.

curiositynīele.

curious₁strange. ʻAno ʻē, kupanaha, kupaianaha, hoʻonīele.

curious₂inquisitive. nīele.

curiousnīele, pena.

curlmilo. also: milomilo, ʻōmilo; pīʻao (as leaves in heat); kūpola; limu (rare). to curl, as hair, hoʻomimilo. to curl over, as a breaker, huli.

curledpiʻipiʻi; pākauākeʻe (rare); curled in, menui; curled up, lāpuʻu, lāpeʻe. to sleep curled up, moe pupuʻu.

curlewkioea (fig., tall).

curlypiʻipiʻi (as hair). also: piʻi, ʻāpiʻi, kāpiʻi, mimilo, ʻānuʻunuʻu.

currencykālā, kālā aupuni.

currencymoney. kālā.

current₁moving water. au, kai (in the sea); kai holo, wai kō; wiliau (mixed); aumiki (outgoing); rapid current or what it carries, kōʻieʻie. sea with a strong current, kai kō. to float or drift with the current, lanaau. flowing current, kōī au (eloquence). strong current, au kanaiʻi, aukana.

current₂contemporary. o kēia au, o kēia manawa.

currentau. dic. electric current. au uila. alternating current (AC) electricity. uila au māʻaloʻalo. direct current (DC) electricity. uila aukahi. drift current, in oceanography. au ʻaeʻa. equatorial current. au kāʻei ʻai waena honua. Northern Equatorial Current. kūkahikahi. Southern Equatorial Current. kalekale. stream current. au kikī.

curriculumalso coursework. papa haʻawina. elective curriculum. papa haʻawina koho. required curriculum. papa haʻawina koina. a catalog listing or sequence of lessons of a curriculum. moʻohaʻawina.

curriculum vitaealso résumé, vita. moʻomōʻali.

currycombkahi lio.

cursekūamuamu, amu, ʻānai, ʻōlelo hōʻino, hāʻiliʻili, mōlia, heoheo, kā i ka ʻino.

cursedkūamuamu ʻia, hāʻawi ʻia i ke akua, ʻānai ʻia.

cursoralso i-bar or insertion point in a computer program. kahaʻimo. also mouse arrow or pointer. nahau ʻiole, nahau.

curtailhoʻoliʻiliʻi, hoʻohāiki; hoʻoemi (as expenses).

curtainpākū, pale, pālulu, pālulu ʻaoʻao. window curtain, pākū pukaaniani, pale pukaaniani.

curtainshower curtain. pale kililau. window curtain. pale pukaaniani.

curtainpākū ʻauʻau

curtainpākū ʻauʻau

curvepiʻo, kālawa, hālawa, hālawalawa, uma, hoʻokiwi, lālani poepoe. see curved.

curveor turn, as in a road or on a trail. uakeʻe. banked curve. uakeʻe hiō. geometric curve, or as on a graph. uma. parabolic curve. uma palapola.

curvedpiʻo, kiwi, pāuma, kākiwi, kihikihi. also: kikiwi, hualala, ʻaʻapi, kīʻōnaha, mehani, naha, ʻōnaha, paukeʻe, palakāhela, popoli. curved beak, ihu kikiwi. curved object, kiwi.

curve-fittingin math. hoʻokūkū hahaina.

cushionkūkini, uluna, pulu, pela.

cushionpin cushion. pulu kui.

custard piepai hua.

custodianmālama, kahu mālama; mālama hale (of a house).

custodymālamaʻana; hoʻopaʻahaoʻana (prison).

customnā hana i kuluma, loina, mea maʻa. also: kuamoʻo, welo, mēheuheu, pawa.

customa learned cultural value or behavior. mēheuheu. see entry below and culture.

customcustom format, as for a computer program. hoʻonohonohona pilikino. or custom-made, i.e. made to individual specifications. pilikino.

customarymaʻamau, paʻa mau, kūmau, kuluma, laha.

customermea kūʻai mai.

customhousehale kuke, hale dute aupuni. customhouse officer, luna kuke.

customskuke, dute. see custom. customs duty, kuke. to pay customs, uku i nā kuke.

cutʻoki, hōʻoki, moku, , mokumoku, momokū, mokuhia, kālai, kaha; kua (as a tree); mahele, ʻako, ʻai kepa, hoʻolepe; paʻipaʻi (as a plant or the hair); ʻōʻō (as in bloodletting); kaʻakepa (at an angle); ʻōpaka (in evenly matched vertical facets); pāhiʻa (obliquely); kahe, kahi (longitudinally); ʻāpahu, kaʻāpahu (squarely off); paʻi koli (short); māʻiʻo (raggedly); kalakalai (a little at a time); kaʻāpahu, pūʻā (crosswise); cut apart, hele (rare); cut up, helehele; cut off, muʻumuʻu, ʻakumu, poʻomuku, ʻōmuʻo; cut off short, ʻōmuku, ʻōkumu, pahu; cut up alive, kākāola; cut into pieces, maʻoki, hoʻomākoli, ʻokiʻoki, paukū; cut in short pieces, ʻāpoke, poke, pokepoke; cut in half, pahupū; cut in long slabs, as pig or fish for salting, pākā; cut back, as a plant, pākā. to cut cards, ʻoki puʻu pepa. to cut in copper or brass, kaha keleawe. to cut stone, kālai pōhaku. a cut portion, mokuna.

cuta command to stop the filming of a movie or video scene. ua oki!(pronounced uoki)

cutto cut diagonally. ʻoki pāhiʻa, ʻoki maka pāhia.

cutaway ʻukuleleʻukulele ʻokia.

cuteno exact equivalent: nani, ʻauliʻi.

cutekiuke

cutekiuke

cutlasspahi kākiwi, pahi kaua pālahalaha.

cutthroatʻoki puʻu.

cutting₁plant. lālā kanu, , ēulu.

cutting₂see cut.

cuttingas of a plant. pulapula.

cutting boardpapa ʻokiʻoki

cutting boardpapa ʻokiʻoki

cuttlebonepuna.

cuttlebonemūheʻe iwi.

cuttlefishmūheʻe. the cuttlefish, a sea creature running two ways, ʻo ka mūheʻe ka iʻa holo lua (of duplicity and fickleness).

cuttlefishas per local definition; squid, as per haole definition. mūheʻe.

cutwormpoko.

cutwormpoko, ʻenuhe hele .

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cyanidekaianaside. potassium cyanide. potasiuma kaianaside.

cycle₁period. au, .

cycle₂wheel. huila.

cyclepōaiapuni. see oxygen, recycle. business cycle, a repeated series of economic growth and recession. pōʻaiapuni kāloaʻa. life cycle. pōʻaiapuni ola.

cyclonemakani pāhili.

cylinderpaukū ʻolokaʻa.

cylinderthe shape. paukū ʻolokaʻa. the container. hano. graduated cylinder. hano ana. see test tube.

cymbalkimepala, kumepala.

cynicalhoʻomahuakala.

cypresskileka, kupeleko, lāʻau kaʻa.

cypressPortuguese cypress. paina Pukikī, paina tireza.

CyprusKupelo, Kupero.

Cyprusalso Cypriot. Kupelo, Kupero.

CyreneKulene, Kurene.

cytokinesiskaʻamahana hunaola

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czar.

CzechTieka. see Czechoslovakia. Czech Republic. ka Lepupalika ʻo Tieka.

Czechoslovakiaalso Czech, but only when referring to the former country of Czechoslovakia. Tiekasolowakia. see Czech.

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