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da capohele mua, mua loa, mamua.

dabkāpala, kūpenu, haukaʻe. cf. daub. dab of poi, pala poi. to dab up, as tears, penu.

daffodilkuikina haole. see narcissus.

daggerpāhoa, pahi ʻō, kuʻia, pīkoi lua; kaha kuhi (reference mark in writing).

dahliawaiohinu.

daikonananū pilau.

daikonkaikona.

dailyi kēlā me kēia lā; puka lā (as a newspaper).

dailyto come out daily, as a newspaper. puka . see percent daily value.

daintymikioi, maiau, ʻauliʻi, palanehe, nihinihi, liliʻi, poki, paʻanehe.

dairyhale ʻuwī waiū, hui ʻuwī waiū, wahi mālama pipi waiū.

daisʻanuʻu, ʻāwai.

daisynaʻenaʻe (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), nehe, makalika.

dairy productmeaʻai waiū.

daisymarguerite. makalike.

DakotaKakoka, Dakota.

DakotaKakoka, Dakota. North Dakota. KakOka ʻĀkau, Dakota ʻĀkau. South Dakota. kakoka Hema, Dakota Hema.

DalmatiaKalemakia, Dalematia.

dampani wai, kaupale, māno, ākuli, paʻamua, kūmano, pōmano, ʻopo, hauʻopo.

damagepohō, pōʻino, hoʻopōʻino, hōʻinoʻino, hoʻoʻino; nao (always with ʻaʻole, or ʻaʻohe). see damages. to damage, hōʻino, manuheʻu, pauʻaka.

damagedʻinoʻino, manuheʻu.

damagesuku pohō. to pay damages, uku pohō. to sue for damages, koi pohō, hoʻopiʻi pohō.

damagessee claim for damages.

DamascusKamakeko, Damaseko.

damaskdamaki.

damnhōʻino wale, kūamuamu. see God damn.

damn foolkamipulu.

dampmaʻū. also: kawaū, kēwai, paʻū, koʻū, koʻekoʻe; kele lua (excessively), maemae, pūanuanu, kawakawa; konāhau (of wind).

dampdamp or moist with fog or dew, wet from cold. kawaū.

dampenhoʻomaʻū, hoʻomāʻūʻū.

damping-offa diseased condition of seedlings or cuttings caused by fungi and characterized by wilting or rotting. ʻumiāpau.

damselfishʻā (ʻaʻā), mokumoku hā nui (hānui), ʻālo-ʻiloʻi (loʻiloʻi). cf. ʻalaʻihi.

damselflyMegalagrion spp. pinapinao. larva of damselfly and other dragonflies. lohaloha, lohelohe.

dancehaʻa: with bent knees, formerly only in religious rituals, with leg and body motives, performed by gods (as Pele), nature, and men; called hula after mid-nineteenth century; previously hula was only for entertainment. see (Kaeppler).

dance ballethulahula pālē

dance-a-thonhulahulakona.

dancermea hula, ʻōlapa.

dancermea hula

dancinghulahula (ballroom). place reserved for dancing, dancing troupe, pā hula.

dancing schoolkula aʻo hulahula.

dancing stickkālaʻau₁

dandelionlaulele.

dandruffkēpia.

dandykanaka hoʻokahakaha. to act the dandy, hoʻokahakaha, kaulī, hoʻopulelehua.

Danesee Denmark.

DanishKenemaka.

dangermea pōʻino, makaʻu; danger of death, make; mortal danger, puʻumake. see sayings, nahoa₁, waiʻawaʻawa.

dangerousmakaʻuloa, weliweli ʻia, pōʻino.

danglehoʻoleilei.

danglelewa, kuʻuwelu, kūlewa, lewalewa.

Danishsee Denmark.

DanubeKanupe, Danube.

DanvilleKanewile, Danevile.

daphniaʻuku wai.

DardanellesKakanele, Dadanele.

dareʻaʻa, ʻā, hoʻohoa, hōʻaʻano.

Darien SeaKai-o-Kaliana, Dariana

daringʻaʻano, lālama, koakoa, hoʻonakoa, nahoa, hoʻohoa, ʻaʻa.

darkpōʻele, pōʻeleʻele, ʻeleʻele, pāʻele, uli, uliuli, āuli, hāuli, hāuliuli, lāuli, māuli, pouli, pohohiwa, ʻāhiwa, pahiwa, pōuliuli, , pōliu, pōlua, kuaweli; mākuʻe (any dark color); kōkolikoli (of a kukui nut candle); pōpolo hiwa (as pōpolo berries); pano, ʻeʻelekū, hākuma, mākuma (as clouds); dark brown, mākuʻe; dark purple, poni mākuʻe. also: ulupō, ʻelewawā, konoʻele; ʻelemoe (as forest); pōnaho, pōkano, pō mano, konouli, ʻeleua, lanipō, palapō, kōanoano, ila, pāuli, palauli, lalahiwa, wehi, wehiwa, kūlipo, kūlipolipo, kūniponipo, mālipolipo, ʻaʻaki, pahiwa, pōlio, pōlolohuamea, ʻelekū. see black. dark-complexioned, ʻili uliuli, ʻili pala uli, ʻili mākuʻe, ʻili kou, pāʻele; pōpolo (slang). dark-skinned native, kanaka ʻili makuʻe. until dark, ā pō ka lā. to become dark, hōʻeleʻele. dark-red bark, ʻili makuʻakuʻa.

darkenhoʻouli, hoʻopouli, hoʻoahiahi, pahiwa (rare), hōʻeleʻele.

darkenedpoʻeleʻele. also: kāʻele, ʻeʻaʻeʻa; paʻula (of matured wood).

darknesspoʻeleʻele. period of darkness, ʻeleau. see dark. sacred darkness, laʻa uli. to dispel darkness, lele uli.

darlingmakamae, hiwahiwa, milimili, lei; eia nei (vocative). see endearing.

darnpāhonohono, humuhumu ulana.

dartihe, ihe ʻō, kao. also: moa, pua, kao lele, paheʻe keʻa, pāhiʻuhiʻu, panapana nīʻau; waikūoa; pua kaʻaona (of sugar-cane tassel). to dart, lele māmā, holohiʻa. dart game, keʻa pua.

dartas for a dart game. pāhiʻu.

dash₁run. holo māmā, heihei, pūhalahio.

dash₂strike. , kākā, kuapā; dash down, kiola ʻino, ulupā, kulaʻi; dash to pieces, wāwahi, pākī; kā make loa (to death).

dash₃punctuation. kaha maha.

dashin punctuation. kaha maha. see hyphen.

dashalso to sprint. holo kikī.

datanā mea likeʻole i pili i ke kumuhana.

dataʻikepili. see database. to distribute data, as on a graph, in math. kākuhi, kākuhi i ka ʻikepili. data distribution. ka ili o ka ʻikepili. data spread. ka waiho o ka ʻikepili. to inpui data, as into a computer. kāhuakomo ʻikepili. to output data. kāhuapuka ʻikepili. data link. loulou ʻikepili. see file link. data stream. laina ʻikepili.

data banksee database.

databaseas in a computer program; also data bank, i.e. an organized collection of information, in math. hōkeo ʻikepili. see data. database program. polokalamu hākeo ʻikepili.

date₁time. manawa, , makahiki

date₂fruit. hua pāma.

date₃engagement. hoʻopaʻa manawa no ka launa pū.

date. format for date in Hawaiian: June 10,1998. 10 Iune l998. 6/10/98. 10/vi/98.

date bookalso appointment book. ʻalemanaka puke. see almanac.

date lineInternational Date Line. Laina Helu .

date palmpāma, niu kahiki.

datingcarbon dating, radiocarbon date. helu makahiki kalapona.

dative caseʻauipaʻewa.

daubpala, hāpala, kāpala, poni. see bedaubed, dab. daub of food, pala ʻai. daub of turmeric or ochre with salt water, īheʻekai (used by priests). to daub designs, kāpala kiʻi.

daughterkaikamahine.

daughter-in-lawhūnōna wahine.

dauntlesswiwo ʻole, makaʻuʻole, kaʻukaʻu luaʻole.

dawnao, wanaʻao, kaiao, moku ka pawa. fig.: ʻehu kakahiaka, iao. see daybreak, morning, and sayings, kaiao, kipona₁. darkness just before dawn, pawa, paoa. until dawn, ā ao ka pō. dawn glow, alaula. red streaks at dawn, kaheʻā. period between midnight and dawn, pilipuka.

daypoʻahia

day, ao. weekday, lā noa. day of worship, lā hoʻano. school day, lā kula. workday, lā hana. any possible day, ka lā e hiki mai ana. from day to day, ia lā aʻe, ia lā aʻe. to become light, as the day, piʻi kea. day set aside for prayer, kūpule. period of ten days, anahulu. for days of the month, see month.

day. no abbreviation. see date.

day schoolkula lā, kula hele lā.

daybreakhiki mai ka wanaʻao, moku ka pawa, wehe mai ke alaula, wehe kaiao. see dawn.

daydreamlauele.

dayflowerhonohono, makolokolo.

daylightao

DaytonKekona, Detona.

dazekūnāhihi, kūpouli, heihei, aia i kahi ʻē ka noʻonoʻo.

dazzlingʻōlinolino, lino, hulili, ʻulili, ʻōlehaleha, ʻōnini, liʻoliʻo; ʻōliʻoliʻo (somewhat); huaka, lile.

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DCdirect current. aukahi. see AC. DC electricity. uila aukahi.

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deaconkiakona, kiakono.

deadmake, make loa, moelepo. see kukui, death. dead body, kino make, kino kupapaʻu. war dead, mākaua. to pretend to be dead, hoʻomake.

Dead SeaKai-make.

dead shotkā make loa.

dead-end roadala muku.

deadfalla kind of animal trap. hāʻuleāpaʻa.

deadlinekau palena. to set a deadline, kaupalena, hoʻokaupalena.

deadlinepalena pau. deadline hour. hola palena pau. deadline day. palena pau. to set a deadline. kaupalena.

deadlymake. deadly weapon, nā mea pepehi kanaka.

deafkuli, hoʻokuli, pepeiao kuli. also: paʻia (temporarily); alalolo kuli, lōlōkuli. deaf person, kuli. stone deaf, kuli ʻokoʻa. to pretend to be deaf, hoʻokuli, hoʻokolono.

deafeningkulikuli, pāʻia kuli.

deaf-muteleo paʻa, aʻalolo kuli. deaf-mutes, poʻe kuli aʻāʻā.

deal₁apportion. mahele; hāʻawi, haʻawina (as cards).

deal₂agreement. ʻAelike, ʻaelike i loko o ka ʻoihana.

deal₃act. hana, hoʻohana.

dealto deal, as cards; to distribute or pass out, as papers in a class; to dole out. kākaʻahi. see shuffle.

deanas in a college or university. luna. see provost. Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Luna Koleke Pāheona me ka ʻEpekema.

dear₁beloved. aloha. Dear Mr. Smith, iāʻoe ē Kamaka, aloha kāua.

dear₂costly. pipiʻi.

dear₃exclamation. auē, auwē!

deathmake, make loa. Some fig. and poetic expressions for death follow: hiamoe loa, hāʻule, lele ka ʻuhane, lele ka hoaka, ala hoʻi ʻole mai, mākūkoaʻe, waiho nā iwi, moe kau ā hoʻoilo, ā lele nui nā mauli, kani ka papa waʻa, ʻaoʻao mau o ka honua. see sayings, ala₁, koʻiʻula, Niolopua₂, pupū, wai₁, die, weariness. shadow of death, malu make. his death, kona make. sign of death, hōʻailona make. near death, kālilo, kaʻahē. (make as a noun is commonly preceded by a k-word: afraid of death, makaʻu i ka make.)

deathlessmakeʻole.

deathlymake, hana make, mākini.

debasehoʻohaʻahaʻa, kāwaʻe.

debatekaua paio, palo kālaimanaʻo, hoʻopāpā; uhiʻāpana (rare). debating club, ʻahahui paio.

debatepaio kālaimanaʻo. debate club. hui paio kālaimanaʻo.

debauchʻuhaʻuha, koaka.

debilitatedhākalalū, hīnawenawe.

debitka ʻaoʻao ʻaiʻe (in bookkeeping); pōkole ke kālā (shortage of funds).

debrissee flotsam.

debtʻaiʻē. to pay a debt, hoʻokaʻa.

deca-a prefix meaning ten (da). pāʻumi. abb. pʻm. also keka-. see entries below and hecto-, kilo-, mega-, giga-, tera-.

decadekekeke

decagona ten-sided polygon. huina ʻumi.

decagramkekakalame. abb. kekal.

decaliterkekalika. abb. kel.

decameterkekamekele.

decameterkekamika. abb. kel.

decathalonʻālapakonaʻumi. see triathalon, pentathalon.

decaypalahō; popopo (wood, teeth); kulopia, hākaokao, paʻi, poholawa.

deceasedmake, mea make.

deceitʻimi ʻepa, ʻapaʻapa, nolu. see deceive, deceitful.

deceitfulhoʻopunipuni, hoʻopuni, ʻāpiki, wahaheʻe, waha wale, haku ʻepa, ʻeʻepa, poholalo, elelo lua. deceitful speech, ʻōlelo pahele. rare: holo lua, paukeʻe, ukalekale, kaʻalalo, ʻoehaʻa, kanaleʻo, pauʻaka, alapahi, ʻapakeʻe. see deceive.

deceivesee deceitful. also: hoʻopunipuni, hoʻopahele, hōʻepa, ʻapuhi, kalekale, pāwali, luahele, ʻōʻupē, kanaleʻo, kahina, kiʻilua. fig.: uhi, pahili, uhu pākali, ʻōpeʻa.

deceivedpuni, puni wale; walewale (rare).

deceleratehoʻāmi i ka māmā holo, emi ka māmā holo. see accelerate, deceleration. decelerated. emi ka māmā holo.

decelerationemi māmā holo. see acceleration, decelerate.

DecemberKēkēmapa, Lēkēmapa, Dekemaba.

DecemberKekemapa. abb. Kek. also Dekemapa. abb. Dek.

decentkūpono, kohu pono, hoʻopono.

deci-a prefix meaning one tenth (d). hapa ʻumi abb. hʻm. alsokeki-. see entries below and centi-, milli-, micro-, nano-, pieo-.

decibelikakani.

decidehoʻoholo, holo manaʻo, koho.

decidedholo.

decigramkekikalame. abb. kkkal.

deciliterkekilika. abb. kkl.

decimalkekimala, pāʻumi. circulating decimal, kekimala kaʻapuni.

decimalkekimala. decimal place. kūana kekimala. decimal point. kiko kekimala. decimal system. ʻānaehana kekimala. mixed decimal. kekimala ʻāʻā. repeating decimal. kekimala pānaʻi. terminating decimal. kekimala pani.

decimeterkekimika. abb. kkm.

decisionhoʻoholo, ʻōlelo hoʻoholo, manaʻo hoʻoholo. written decision, palapala hoʻokō.

decision-making skillmākau hoʻoholo manaʻo.

deck₁platform. ʻOneki, papahele.

deck₂of cards. puʻu pepa.

deck₃adorn. hoʻokāhiko, hoʻohiluhilu, hoʻowehiwehi, hoʻonani.

deckflight deck, as on a spaceship. ʻoneki pailaka.

deckedʻohuʻohu, ulumāhiehie, hoʻouluwehi.

declarationkuahaua, haʻina; declaration of principles, kahua (fig.). Declaration of Independence, Hoʻike no ke Kūʻokoʻa.

Declaration of RightsʻŌlelo Hoʻākā i ka Pono

declarehaʻi, hoʻolaha, wahi, ʻī, ʻōlelo, hōʻike. to declare war, kūkala kaua.

declensionsee conjugation.

decline₁descending slope. ʻAui, ʻauina.

decline₂refuse. hoʻole.

decodehoʻomākalakala. decoded. mākalakala.

decomposedpilau, pela, ʻūmelu, melu, malau.

decomposedalso putrefied. hāpopopo. see decomposition. to decompose or putrefy something. hoʻohāpopopo. broken down into component parts, as through chemical reaction. wāhia.

decompositionaerobic decomposition or putrefaction. ka hoʻohāpopopo eaea ʻana. anaerobic decomposition or putrefaction. ka hoʻohāpopopo eaea ʻole ʻana. see decomposed.

decoratewehi, wehiwehi, hoʻowehi, hoʻowehiwehi, hoʻouluwehi, hoʻouluwehiwehi, hoʻoulumāhiehie, kauluwehi, hoʻohiwahiwa, hoʻokāhiko, hoʻohiluhilu, pāpahi, hoʻonani, hoʻoheno. one who decorates the chief in finest apparel, kui lei ʻula.

decorateto make artistic. hoʻoheona. to decorate sets, as for a movie or video production. hoʻoponopono kahua. set decorator. mea hoʻoponopono kahua.

decoratedkīnohi, linohau, kui lei ʻula, ulumāhiehie, kāhiko ʻia.

decorationwehi, wehiwehi, mea hoʻohanohano, hōʻailona hoʻohanohano. also: kīnohi, pāpahi, kāhele.

Decoration DayLā Kau Pua, Lā Lū Pua.

decoroushilu, nihinihi, paʻalula, akahai.

decoypākali, kaʻana, ʻapi, hoʻowalewale, hoʻopunihei.

decreaseemi, koiʻi, hoʻoliʻiliʻi, kāmuku.

decreasegreatest decrease, in math. emi haʻahaʻa loa. see increase.

decreekauoha, ʻōlelo kauoha, kānāwai. legal decree, ʻōlelo kūpaʻa.

decrepitkolopupū, kaʻikōkō, pala lau hala.

decrescendopūʻali.

dedicatehoʻolaʻa, hoʻomāhanahana; hoʻāu (rare). see ex., essence. dedicate a house, hoʻolaʻa hale, ʻoki i ka piko. dedicate a canoe, hoʻolaʻa waʻa.

dedicated₁consecrated. laʻa, hoʻolaʻa, laʻahia, kānaenae.

dedicated₂devoted. paʻa ka manaʻo, lilo loa. Man is dedicated to love, caught by love (FS 231), e laʻa ke kanaka i ke aloha, ua loaʻa i ke aloha.

dedicationhoʻolaʻaʻana, hoʻowilimoʻo.

deducthoʻolawe.

deed₁act. hana.

deed₂document. palapala, palapala hoʻolilo, palapala kila, hōʻoiaʻiʻo, kila. deed of sale, palapala kūʻai.

deemmanaʻo.

deephohonu, kūhohonu; kūʻono, kūlipo (as a cave), poale (as a hole or sore). also: ʻeleʻeli (as a taboo or its removal); kūhohō, kūkonukonu, auwaea, honu, nōkī. deep tone or sound of the human voice, maliʻu, kūliʻu, leo halulu. deep shade, malipolipo. deep-set, as eyes, poʻopoʻo, naho. not deep, malani.

deepenhoʻohohonu, hoʻohonu.

deep-frypalai hoʻoluʻu.

deerkia. fallow deer, pūpalō.

deerdeer mouse. ʻiole kia. roe deer. kia .

defacehōʻinoʻino, māʻinoʻino, manuheʻu, hōʻaliʻali.

defacedmāʻinoʻino, haukaʻe.

defamationʻōlelo hōʻinoʻino.

defamehōʻino. also: māʻinoʻino, hakukole, ʻalapahi, kekēue, kekewe, hāpala, paokeʻe.

defamerhakukole see saying, wood borer.

defaultas in a computer program. paʻamau.

defeatmake, hoʻopio, holopapa, hōʻauheʻe, lilo, hāʻule, eo. see ex., chicken. complete defeat, as in card games, make pilau, hoʻōhule. to run away in defeat, lele pio.

defeatedmake, pio, , hiolo, lilo, hāʻule, hōʻauheʻe, eo.

defecatesee excrete.

defectkīnā, kīnaʻu, kīnaʻunaʻu, hewa, keʻe.

defectionkipi, haʻalele, hapakuʻe.

defectivehemahema, kīnā, hapakuʻe.

defendpale, kūpale, ālai; ʻōlelo pale, hoʻopale (in court); kokope, kōlulu (rare).

defendto defend, in sports. pale. see defense. as your basket in basketball. kūpale. to defend against, as an opponeni. kaupale.

defendanthoʻopale, mea pale, poʻe (mea) hoʻopiʻi ʻia.

defendantin court proceedings. mea kūpale. see defense, defense attorney.

defensepale, kūpale, palekana. also; puʻupale, ʻalama, māmalu, pākū. defense, as in trial, ʻōlelo pale, ʻaoʻao kūpale (legal); pale kaua (in war). defense bonds, pona kūpale.

defensein sports. pale; ʻaoʻao pale, ʻaoʻao kūpale. see entries below and defend, offense. man-to-man defense, as in basketball. pale alo. press defense. pale lulumi. zone defense. pale kūʻei.

defensethe defendantʻs case or counsel in a lawsuit. ʻaoʻao kūpale. see defense attorney, prosecution.

defense attorneyalso attorney for the defendant. loio kūpale. see defendant, prosecuting attorney.

defensive corner backin football. ʻāʻiwa.

defensive encroachmentin football. lele ʻū na ke kūpale.

defensive endin football. pūkaha. left defensive end. pūkaha hema. right defensive end. pūkaha ʻākau.

defensive linein football. laina kūpale, laina pale.

defensive linebackerin football. mahikua.

defensive middle guardalso nose guard, nose tackle, in football. haunaku.

defensive slideto execute a defensive slide, in basketball. pāpaʻi.

defensive stanceas in basketball. kūlana pale.

defer₁postpone. hoʻomalolo, hoʻomoe, hoʻopaneʻe.

defer₂yield. maliu.

defiantnahoa, hōʻaʻano. also: hoʻohoa, ʻaʻana. defiant of the law, hoʻowahāwahā i ke kānāwai. Do not use defiant language, mai ʻaʻana mai ʻoe.

deficientnele, hemahema, ʻolohaka.

deficitlawa pono ʻole, nele, ʻaʻole piha pono, ʻolohaka.

deficitan excess of expenditure over revenue. lilo pūkeu. see surplus. deficit spending. hoʻolilo pākeu.

defilehoʻohaumia, hoʻopaumāʻele, hāpala.

defiledhaumia, hawa, paumāʻele, hauʻeka, haukaʻe.

definewehewehe ʻano, wehewehe pono.

definitepaʻa, maopopo, kāokoʻa.

definite articlepilimua maopopo.

definitionwehewehe ʻana.

definitivepanina.

deflatehoʻopuhalu.

deflatedpuhalu, halu, uhalu, ʻananuʻu, kuʻipehe. somewhat deflated, hahalu.

deflatedas a balloon. ʻananuʻu, emi, puhalu. see flat.

deflowerwāhi, nahā.

deforestationalso to deforest. hoʻoneo ʻāina ululāʻau.

deformedpepeʻe, kīnā, hapakuʻe, kuʻe, ʻoehaʻa, ʻanahua.

deformitykīnā, pepeʻe, keʻe.

defraudʻāpuka. see cheat.

deftloea, noʻeau, mikioi, ʻike hana lima, palanehe, lehia, lauahi, paʻanehe, mimo.

defyʻaʻa, ʻā, hōʻaʻano, kūʻē akena.

degenerateemi ke kūlana a ka haʻahaʻa loa; mea haʻahaʻa haʻalele loa.

degradedhoʻohaʻahaʻaʻia, ʻālina.

degreekekele. honorary degree, kekele hoʻohanohano. see comparative, superlative.

degreekēkelē. see boiling point, freezing point, melting point, temperature. degree celsius. kēkelē kelekia. degree fahrenheit. kēkelē palanaheika. see also bachelorʻs, masterʻs, doctorate.

dehydratehoʻomaloʻo. dehydrated food, pīkaʻo.

dehydrateto dehydrate something. hoʻopūkaʻo. dehydrated. pūkaʻo.

deifyhoʻākua, hoʻomanamana, hōʻunihipili, kīhēhē. to deify a dead relative by food offerings and prayer, kākūʻai.

Deimosa moon of Mars. Keimoka.

dejectedkaumaha, pilihua, , noho pū, kukule; ʻololū (rare).

deka-see deca-.

DelawareKelawea, Delawea.

Delawarealso Delawarean. Kelauea, Delauea.

delaylohi, kali, hoʻokali, ʻapa. also: ʻemo, paneʻe, hoʻopaneʻe, hoʻohākālia, hoʻolohi, kaʻunē, kāʻele, hōʻoloʻolo, napa, hoʻonapa, ʻāpaʻapāna, hoʻomole, kaʻukaʻu, kaʻulua, kāwaʻu. without delay, ʻemo ʻole. to delay maliciously, hoʻokololohe.

delayas in a computer program. kaʻukaʻu.

delegateʻelele. to delegate responsibility, ʻākuleana. to delegate to another, hoʻoili iā haʻi.

delegated powersas of Congress. mana ʻākuleana.

deletekāpae.

deleteto delete, as in a computer program. holoi. to delete with delete key on a Macintosh computer. holoi i hope. see backspace. a line used to indicate that something is to be deleted, in proofreading. kaha kāpae. to strike through or line out, also used to indicate that the letters or words lined out are to be deleted and replaced by those written above. kahawaena.

deliberate₁confer. kūkākūkā, ʻōlelo kūkākūkā, noʻonoʻo pono, kaukau. one with whom one confers and deliberates, hoa kūkā, hoa kūkākūkā.

deliberate₂slow. lohi, hōʻapaʻapa.

deliberatelyto foul deliberately, in team sports such as basketball. hoʻokuʻia. see foul.

delicatelahi, lahilahi, lālahi, pīlahi, hunehune, hune, hini, puāhilo, ʻolalahina, pīlaliʻohe.

deliciousʻono, mikomiko; lihaliha (and oily). very delicious, ʻono loa.

delighthauʻoli, ʻoliʻoli, hauʻoliʻoli, hoihoi, hoʻohoihoi, puni, ohaoha. to delight in, hia, puni, milimili nanea, hiaʻai, hoʻohiaʻai.

delightedohohia, kamahoi, hiaʻai, hiaʻaiʻono, hialaʻai

delightfulmāhie, hoʻomāhie, hoʻohie, leʻa, mīkilolohua, mīkolohua, mīkolelehua, hiaʻai; most delightful, hiaʻaiʻono.

delinquencylawehala. juvenile delinquency, lawehala ʻōpiopio.

delinquencyjuvenile delinquency. lawehala ʻōpiopio. see delinquent.

delinquentjuvenile delinquent. keiki lawehala. see delinquency.

deliriousʻolohewa, ʻōhewahewa, ʻōhewa, ʻauana hewa o ka noʻonoʻo.

deliriummaniaeal delirium. maʻi hehena.

delirium tremenskeliluma kelemana, ʻōhewahewa ʻōpulepule.

deliverhāʻawi, lawe, hoʻopakele. to deliver a child, pale, pale keiki, hoʻohānau. Deliver us from evil (Mat. 6.13) , hoʻopakele nonaʻe iā mākou i kaʻino.

deliverersee savior.

deliverysee cod.

delousenāʻuke, hāʻuke, hāʻule.

delphiniumʻauhōkū, pua ʻauhōkū.

deltaof a river. kaha nuku muliwai.

deltoida muscle of the upper arm. mākala kaupē.

delugekai a Kahinaliʻi.

delusionuluāhewa, manaʻo kuhihewa.

deluxelinohau. see standard. deluxe room, as in a hotel. lumi linohau.

delveʻeli; noiʻi, nowelo (as for knowledge).

demandkoi, kauoha. Supply and demand, ka nui a me ka makemakeʻia.

demanda desired commodity within the consumer's ability to pay. heluna makemake. supply and demand. hoʻolako me ka heluna makemake.

demandinghoʻohaku, hoʻokina, hoʻoluhi. see bossy.

dementedpupule, ʻāʻā, ʻaʻaia, ʻūlala, ʻaʻalaioa, ʻolohewa, hewahewa, uluāhewa, pahuluhope. see psychotic.

demigodkupua.

demijohnhueʻie, ʻōmoleʻie.

democracyaupuni a ka lehulehu.

democracyaupuni na ka lehulehu. direct democracy, a government in which laws are made directly by the citizens. aupuni kānāwai na ka lehulehu.

DemocratKemokalaka.

Democratic Republic of the CongoLepupalika Kemokalaka ʻo Konokō.

demoiselle fishsee damselfish.

demolishwāwahi, hoʻohiolo, kuʻipalu, nāhāhā, olopē.

demonkaimoni, kaimonio, kiapolō, ʻuhaneʻino.

demonstratehōʻike maopopo aku, kuhikuhi.

demonstrateto show, as how a math problem is solved. kuhikuhi.

demonstrationhōʻikeʻike, wehewehe ʻana.

demonstrative pronounpaniinoa kuhikuhi.

denkeʻena, lua.

denguepiwa haʻihaʻi iwi.

denialhōʻole.

deniera unit of fineness for nylon, etc. māʻumi.

denimʻāhina (blue), naneki.

DenmarkKenemaka, Denemaka.

Denmarkalso Dane, Danish. Kenemaka, Denemaka.

denominationʻano, mahele, ʻaoʻao; inoa papa (arithmetic).

denominationmonetary denomination. kūana kālā.

denominatormahele.

denominatorin math. kinopiha. see numerator. least common denominator. kinopiha haʻahaʻa loa.

denouncehoʻopiʻi, hoʻāhewa, hōʻino.

densepaʻapū, lanipō, pōpō uahi; pōlolohuamea (rare); dense vegetation, lauoha, ulupō; dense, of flowers or fragrance, .

densityas of a computer disk. paʻapū. high density. paʻapū ʻoi. low density. paʻapū emi.

densitypopulation density, for humans only. paʻapū pūʻuo kanaka.

dentmino, mimino, minomino, ʻōpaha.

dentalin linguistics. niho.

dental flossalso to floss (oneʻs teeth). lopi niho.

dentedʻōpaha, manuheʻu, māʻiʻo, napo.

dentistkauka niho.

dentistsee drill, orthodontist, pick.

denudehoʻōlohelohe; hōʻilikole (of property).

denyhōʻole, ʻole, hoʻonele; hōʻoleʻole (repeatedly). deny persistently, paʻa i kaʻole.

deodorantlūkini pōʻaeʻae.

Dephair gel. palaholo lauoho.

departhele i kahi ʻē, haʻalele, waiho; depart in haste, heo, mio. also: alaheo, , laweau.

departmentmahele, keʻena, ʻoihana; department of a business or office, kīhāpai.

departmentalso division, piece, portion, category, part, land division; to divide, apportion. māhele. also office. keʻena, ʻoihana. see entries below. county planning department. keʻena hoʻolālā o ke kalana. Hawaiʻi State Department of Finance. ʻOihana Kālā o ka Mokuʻ Āina ʻo Hawaiʻi. Hawaiʻi State Department of Planning and Economic Development. ʻOihana Hoʻolālā a me ka Hoʻomohala Waiwai o ka Mokuʻ Āina ʻo Hawaiʻi. State Department of Agriculture. ʻOihana Mahi ʻAi o ka Mokuʻ Āina.

Department of EducationʻOihana Hoʻonaʻauao, Papa Hoʻonaʻauao.

Department of InstructionʻOihana Hoʻonaʻauao.

Department of InteriorʻOihana Kālaiʻāina.

Department of Land and Natural ResourcesDLNR ʻOihana Kumuwaiwai ʻĀina.

Department of Parks and RecreationʻOihana o Pāka a me Hana Hoʻonanea.

Department of Public InstructionKeʻena Hoʻonaʻauao o ka Lehulehu.

Department of Water SupplyʻOihana Wai.

dependkaukaʻi, kaukoʻo, kālele. That depends on you, aia nō ia iāʻoe.

dependencypanalāʻau (colony).

dependentmea kaukaʻi ka pono, ʻaiʻai, ʻōhua, ʻalopalopā. see ex., mānea. living as a dependent, nohona hoʻopili wale.

dependent clausein grammar. pepeke ʻōhua.

dependent variablekumuloli kaukaʻi. see independent variable.

depletepuhalu, uhalu.

depletedas a species. emi. see endangered. depleted species. lāhui emi, lāhulu emi.

deploreminamina (regret); hoʻohalahala (criticize).

deportmentsee conduct.

deposithoʻokomo, waiho; uku hoʻopaʻa (as on a purchase). deposit money in the bank, hoʻokomo i ke kālā i ka panakō.

depositas money placed into a bank account. kālā hoʻokomo.

depositionʻōlelo hōʻike i kākauʻia (written testimony).

depositiontestimony taken down in writing under oath to be used in court proceedings palapala moʻopane.

depositorywaiho, waihona, waina.

depothale hoʻolulu, kīpō.

depravedlilo loa i ka hewa.

depreciatehoʻēmi (as money); hōʻino (disparage).

depressto click or press, as in a computer program. kōmi, kaomi.

depressantlāʻau hoʻoloha. see stimulant.

depressed₁sad. kaumaha, luʻuluʻu. also. ulukū, hoʻokanahaʻi, loha, manawai, make ʻawahua iho.

depressed₂see sunken.

depression₁land. poho, ʻāpoho, ʻalu, ʻaʻalu, hōʻalu, poʻo, poʻopoʻo, napoʻo. also: ʻali, ʻaʻali, ioio, mino, mimino, poli, uhaʻi, pipi.

depression₂see depressed₁.

depression₃business. au nele.

depressiongeologic depression, as Death Valley. ʻāpoho ʻāina.

deprivehoʻonele. to deprive utterly, hoʻonele loa, kā i ka nele loa, ʻeleheʻu.

depthhohonu. depth sounding, ana i ka hohonu.

depthor height, in math. hohonu. see length, width. to measure depth, as in the ocean. hoʻopapā hohonu.

depthshohonu, lalo; depths of the earth, kūpapakū.

deputationpoʻe i waeʻia.

deputyhope, kahu aupuni, pani hakahaka.

derangedsee demented.

deridesee jeer.

derisionʻōlelo hoʻohenehene. terms of derision. Oʻahu maka ʻewaʻewa (see ʻewaʻewa), Molokaʻi pule oʻo (see oʻo), poʻo hakahaka (empty heads, Maui), unahi pikapika heʻe (scalers of octopus suction cups, Kula, Maui), ʻai loli (Kau-pō, Maui), Lā-naʻi puhi kūkae (burner of feces, referring to a Lā-naʻi sorcererʻs burning of the feces of Lani-kāula and thereby causing his death), palu lāʻī (Hawaiʻi), maka lepo (dirty eyes, Kaʻū). see insult, scale₂.

derivationroot, source, or origin, as the etymology of a word. molekumu.

dermestidlarder beetle. ponu ʻili.

dermisin biology. ʻlli kūwaena. see epidermis.

Des MoinesKemoine, Demoine.

desalinatealso to desalinize salty water. hoʻomānalo wai kai.

desalinizealso to desalinate salty water. hoʻomānalo wai kai.

descendiho, hele iho, hoʻoihona, hele i lalo, kīpou.

descendantmamo, pua, moʻopuna, keiki, pulapula, pukana; hele mua (of an older brother or sister); hele hope (of a younger brother or sister). also: maka, liko, liko aliʻi, lei, hauloliʻi. descendant of a chief, pua aliʻi, pua lani, mamo aliʻi, mauliauhonua. many descendants, lau manamana, moʻo lau, pū manamana.

descendedkuʻuna, iho.

descentihona, hoʻoihona, ʻauina, ʻāluna; ʻalu (as a trail). descent of water, iho wai. genealogical descent, papa kūʻauhau.

describehōʻike ʻano, haʻi ʻano, hoʻākaaka, hoakaka; describe fully; hulikoʻa.

descriptionhōʻike ʻano, hulikoʻa.

desecratehoʻohaumia i ka mea laʻa, hoʻomaʻewa, hehi.

desecrationhehi ʻana.

desert₁arid or unoccupied region. wao one, wao akua, panoa, ānoa, mānā (terms used by Bible translators; Hawaiʻi has no deserts as occur in the Holy Land).

desert₂abandon. haʻalele; mahuka (flee).

desertpanoa. alpine desert. panoa ʻalapaina.

desertermea haʻalele. soldier deserter, koa mahuka.

desertificationthe processes by which an area becomes a desert, in geography. hoʻopanoa.

desertionhaʻalele.

deservepono, .

desiccatedmaloʻo, maloʻohāhā; konene (rare).

designlau, ana, kiʻi kaha i hōʻike ʻano. for designs, see hat, mat, spiral, tapa.

designletterhead design. lau poʻo kuni. to make drawings or plans. hakulau. to design sets, as for movie or video production. hakulau kahua. set designer. mea hakulau kahua.

designatewae, koho, kuhikuhi.

desiremakemake, ʻiʻini, ʻanoʻi, hia, make, ake, puni, ʻupu. also: ʻiʻi, kuko, makahehi, haʻehaʻe, manaʻo, kauhua, nipo, ninipo, puʻu, koʻiʻi, ʻīloli, hoʻomakauliʻi, haʻe. to desire greatly, kūliʻa, liʻa, ʻena aloha, lanakoi. overwhelmed with desire, paʻuhia. cessation of desire, kaea. to feign or cause desire, hoʻomakemake. to stare, as in desire, ʻaʻā maka.

desirousmakeʻe. desirous for the welfare of the nation, makeʻe pono aupuni.

desistwaiho, hoʻopau, uoki.

deskpākaukau, pākaukau hana. rare: papa palapala, pahu palapala.

desktopin a computer program. ʻoneki.

desolatenea, kuanea, ʻalaneo, neoneo, ʻōneanea, ʻōnea, hoʻōnea, hoʻoneanea. also: kaha, aukaha, kōhahe. the end, desolation, ka pau, ʻo ka ʻōneanea.

despairhāʻule ka manaʻolana, kuʻihē ka naʻau, paupauaho. see desolate, hopeless.

desperatekū i ka hōʻāʻā, ʻaʻa makehewa.

despisehoʻokae, hoʻowahāwahā, manuʻawa.

dessertmea ʻai momona, mea ʻono.

dessertmonamona.

destinationkahi e hele aku ai.

destinyhopena, hope.

destitutenele loa, hune, ʻilihune, māhune. also: pakaneo, puhikole, akakole, ʻakole, ʻilikole, kuleleiwi, pōkaʻo, ʻōlohe, ʻōlohelohe, kaʻa ka lolo, ʻaupapa, hemahema, auwalakī, hoʻoneo, kōhahe. to make destitute, hoʻonele, kā i ka nele loa.

destroyluku, hoʻopau, hana make. also: ʻai, pāluku, pōluku, lumaʻi, kāpapa, apu, kapakū, ʻaihumuhumu, humuhumu, ʻānai, hamu, meʻea, ʻulupā, ʻōmilo, laumilo, ʻōkā, hoʻokae. see sayings, manō, pau₁, pulu₃, tail. destroy completely, luku hoʻopapau, hoʻopau, kuʻikē. destroy by fire or lava, lauahi, pau ahi, heʻa. determine to destroy, makaluku.

destructionluku, lukuna, make. see sayings, destroy. any place of destruction, luapaʻū.

detachhoʻokaʻawale, wehe.

detachmentmahele, huina; pūʻali (military).

detailmea kikoʻī, mea liʻiliʻi, mea liʻiliʻi kikoʻī. see detailed.

detailedpiha pono; lāliʻi (rare). see minutia. detailed report, hōʻike piha pono.

detailedas a design. lāliʻi. see detail.

detailssee data.

detainkāohi, ʻauʻa, paʻa, hoʻolohi. also: kāua, kāwaʻu.

detectivemākaʻikiu, makākiu.

detentionas punishment at school. hoʻopaʻi ʻauʻa. see suspension. after-school detention. hoʻopaʻi ʻauʻa muli kula. in-school detention. hoʻopaʻi ʻauʻa i ka kula.

detention campkahua hoʻomalu.

detention homehome hoʻopaʻa, home hoʻopaʻa ʻauʻa ʻia.

deteriorateʻino mai ke kūlana, hoʻīno aʻe.

determineholo manaʻo, holo, hoʻoholo, manaʻo paʻa.

determinedmanaʻo paʻa, paʻa ka manaʻo, kūpaʻa, moepoʻo, ʻonipaʻa, kīlua.

determinerkaʻi₆

detesthoʻokae, hoʻopailua. detested person, palani.

detourala kāpae; kaha loa (long); hoʻokeʻe i ke ala ʻokoʻa.

DetroitKekoloike, Detoroite.

deucelua, paʻalua.

DeuteronomyKānāwai Lua.

devastateluku, hoʻoneo, hoʻopōʻino, hoʻokae; kokōhikū (crops).

develophoʻomōhala; hana (as a photograph); hoʻokino (as an infant).

developto develop land, as the work of a developer. kūkulu hale, kūkulu hale ma luna o ka ʻāina. see entries below.

developedmōhala, mohahala, mōhalahala, mōhola; developed fully, mōhā, mōhāhā, ōhāhā, hōpoe.

developedas a first world country. ʻoiʻenehana. see developing. developed country. ʻāina ʻoiʻenehana.

developingas a third world country. hōʻoiʻenehana. see developed. developing country. ʻāina hōʻoiʻenehana.

developmenthoʻomōhala.

developmenteconomic development. hoʻomohala waiwai. Hawaiʻi State Department of Planning and Economic Development. ʻOihana Hoʻolālā a me ka Hoʻomohala Waiwai o ka Mokuʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi. housing development, subdivision. kaiahale.

deviateʻaui, huli, kīkaha, kakaʻa, hili, auhili, mahili, ʻauana, kāpae.

deviationʻaui ʻana. without deviation, kuakahi.

deviationin math. haiahū. see normal. standard deviation. haiahū kūmau.

devicesomething made or used for a particular purpose; doohickey, gadget, gizmo, thingamajig. hāmeʻa. see instrument, tool. input device, as on a computer. hāmeʻa huakomo. output device. hāmeʻa huapuka. ordinarily including some mechanical part or parts. maomeka.

devilkiapolō, kepolō, akua.

devilishkiapolō.

deviouskekeʻe, kaʻawili, lauwili, like ʻole.

DevonKewona, Devona.

devotedaloha, laʻa, laʻahia, puni, lilo, pili aloha (loving); hoʻopapau. a child devoted to parents, he keiki aloha mākua. a man devoted to his wife, he kanaka aloha wahine.

devourhamu. see eat.

devouredʻaina, ʻai ʻia, pau.

devouthaipule, piha haipule.

dewkēhau, hau. collection of dew, huawaimaka. scattered dew, lū hau.

dewdropkēhau.

Dewey decimal systemʻolokeʻa kekimala Dewey

dew-ladenkēwai, lū hau.

dexterousnoʻeau, loea, ʻeleu; panaleʻa (rare).

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diabetesmimikō. see also ʻea houpo lewalewa. diabetes medicine. laukahi.

diabetesmaʻi kōpaʻa, mimi .

diachronicin linguistics. kōāwā. see synchronic. diachronic rule. lula kōāwa.

diademlei aliʻi, kāʻei poʻo, kalaunu.

diagnosenānā ā loaʻa ke ʻano o ka maʻi (of sickness). see also ʻalawa, hāhā₁.

diagonallala, kaʻakepa, hiō; diagonal surf or surfing, lala.

diagonalin math. lala. see horizontal, vertical. a segment other than a side connecting two vertices of a polygon. kaha lala. diagonally. papalala. to cut diagonally. ʻoki pāhiʻa, ʻoki ma ka pāhiʻa.

diagramkiʻi.

diagramschematic drawing. kiʻikuhi. tree diagram, in math. kiʻi kuhi pahiki. Venn diagram, a diagram using overlapping circles to show relationship of data. kiʻikuhi Wene.

dialwili (as on a telephone).

dial wili (preceded by ke). dial tone. kani ʻā. to dial, as a telephone. wili.

dialectʻano ʻōlelo o kekahi ʻāina a i ʻole kekahi ʻano kanaka.

dialog boxin a computer program. pahu aʻo. see dialogue.

dialogueʻōlelokīkē, ʻōlelo kīkēkē, launa ʻōlelo.

dialogueas in a play, movie, or video production. pāpāʻōlelo.

diameteranawaena.

diameterin math. anawaena. abb anw.

diamondkaimana. cut diamond, ʻōpuʻu kaimana. diamond setting, puʻu kaimana.

diamondbaseball diamond, infield. kaimana pōhili. see baseball field.

Diamond HeadKaimana Hila, Lēʻahi, Lae-ʻahi. Beautiful Diamond Head, a thing to see for those from afar, nani Lēʻahi, he maka no kahiki.

diaperkaiapa.

diaphanousʻaʻamoʻo (cloth).

diaphragmhoupo; ʻōlepelepe (rare).

diaphragmhoupo.

diarrhea, palahī, nonohua; pakeko (small, slimy discharges). see dysentery.

diarypuke hoʻomanaʻo. to keep a diary, hoʻ opaʻa manaʻo, hoʻopaʻa puke hoʻomanaʻo.

diaryalso journal. puke moʻomanaʻo.

diazinondiazinona.

diceuna piliwaiwai, ʻulu. shake dice, lūlū una.

dichotomous keyʻāmana koho.

dicotyledonlau ʻīnana lua. see cotyledon.

dictatekauoha (order); haʻi aku ā na haʻi e kākau (for writing).

dictatorpoʻo nāna ka mana āpau loa.

dictatorshipaupuni mana kēnā kahi.

dictionarypuke wehewehe ʻōlelo.

dictionaryas in a computer program. papa huaʻōlelo. see glossary. main dictionary. papa huaʻōlelo kūmau. user dictionary. papa huaʻōlelo pākuʻi.

didsee do. the one who did, ka mea i, ka i. He did go, ua hele nōʻoia.

die₁decease. make, make loa (contrasted to make, which may mean defeated, faint). also: moe i ka make, hala, hāʻule, hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia, mauhaʻalele, pauaho, hele, kālilo, kālilolilo, kāninonino, ʻōmuʻomuʻo, āmio, kuʻu i ka ʻuhane, kuʻu ka hanu, kuʻu ka nae, kuʻu ka luhi; die prematurely, ʻa ʻaiole; die mysteriously or by accident, pōheʻepali (rare); die suddenly, leleponi, kāʻiliponi; die without cause, make wale; die calmly and easily, lolopio, make wale. see kuʻu₁, and death. to weaken and die, mūnō. to let die, hoʻomake. to die, of several, mamake, papau make; mamamake (of very many, as in a disaster). That which dieth of itself, ʻo ka mea make wale.

die₂molding device. ana.

dieto die a bad death, as in punishment for evil deeds. make hopena.

dieldrina kind of insecticide. dielidirina. see aldrin, poison.

diethoʻēmi i ke kino; mea ʻai e pono ai ke kino.

dietthe food that is eaten. papaʻai. to reduce. hoʻēmi kino.

differencemea ʻokoʻa. It makes no difference, he mea ʻole; he aha ia mea.

differenceremainder, in math. koena. abb k.

differentʻē, ʻē aʻe, ʻano ʻē, ʻokoʻa, like ʻole, kūlike ʻole, kaʻawale. entirely different, kū kaʻawale.

differentiatemaopopo ka loina e ʻikeʻia ai ka ʻokoʻa o kekahi me kekahi.

difficulthana nui, paʻakikī. also: ʻoʻoleʻa, maulua, pūʻukiʻuki, ʻāpuʻepuʻe, mākoeā. see ala ʻololī, pūʻikaʻika.

difficultieshe mau pilikia, hihia, kūpilikiʻi. see trouble and saying ʻalauā. to beset with difficulties, hoʻohei. to get into difficulties, hoʻohihia. Poetic references to rain and cliffs may signify difficulties.

difficultyalso problem, as in the plot of a story. hihia. see resolution.

diffidencehilahila, hoʻokano ʻole. with unfeigned diffidence, me ka hopohopo hoʻokamani ʻole.

diffusepāhola, hohola.

diffusionalso to be diffused. maholahune.

digʻeli; dig with a sharp tool, kipi; dig holes with a stick, ʻōkupe; dig with a spade or an ʻōʻō, ʻōlaʻolaʻo; dig food crops, kāʻai; dig a trench, ditch, or furrow, uwaʻa, ʻāwaʻa; dig often, ʻeliʻeli; dig under, poholalo, poʻa; dig up, hehu, huaʻi. also: pāʻeli, ʻali, kūpā, poʻo, kūpele, kōhi, mākohi, kauʻeliʻeli, hoʻowaʻa, hoʻowaʻalia, māhelu, maheu, mahiʻopu.

digto dig (the ball), in volleyball. ʻali. see pancake dig. digger. mea ʻali, ʻali.

digest₁as food. hoʻowali, hoʻowali ʻai, hoʻonapele.

digest₂summary. huina manaʻo, hōʻuluʻulu manaʻo.

digestto digest food. hoʻoheheʻe meaʻai, hoʻowali ʻai, hoʻonapele.

digestive juicewai hoʻoheheʻe.

digestive systemʻōnaehana hoʻoheheʻe meaʻai.

digging placewahi ʻeli, ʻekulēkū.

digging stickʻōʻō; ʻōʻō hao (iron); ʻālaʻa. god of makers of digging sticks, Kū-ka-ʻōʻō.

digitin math. kikohoʻe. front end digit. kikohoʻe hapa mua.

digitaldigital clock or watch. uaki kikohoʻe, uāki kikohoʻe. see analog.

dignifiedhanohano, kūoʻo, kei, ʻihi, keha. rare: hako, pūnihi.

dignifyhoʻohilu, hoʻohanohano.

dignitarykanaka ma ke kūlana kiʻekiʻe.

dignityhanohano, kapukapu, hie, hiehie, keha, kapukapu lani.

digressʻauana, hoʻolalau. also: ʻaui, hūhewa, loloiāhili, kuawili, waha mana.

digressionkaha loa; senseless digression, kūhilo.

dikepani kai, pani wai, pani.

dikegeological formation. huku ʻou pele.

dilapidatedheleleʻi, ʻāluʻa, hāpaʻupaʻu, lohelau.

dilatehoʻonui, hōʻolopū; enene (as nostrils).

dilatoryhākālia, hoʻohākālia, lolohi, lōiele, mili ʻapa, manukā.

diligenthuli hana, hana mau, paʻahana.

dillʻaneko, kumino ʻeleʻele.

dillydallyhoʻolohi, loloiāhili, lōiele, hōʻapaʻapa, hoʻolalau, ʻeʻelo.

dilutehoʻokakale, paʻipaʻi. diluted milk, waiū paʻipaʻi diluted fluid, kaiaka.

dilutehoʻokaiaka. diluted. kaiaka. to dilute or mix, as a drink. paʻipaʻi.

dimpoahi, kōliʻuliʻu. also: palaweka, pālauweka, lipo, ʻāhiahia, ʻāweʻaweʻa, haili, pōnalo, poehi, pōwehiwehi, pōhina, moʻowini, pinauea, mōlehulehu.

dimekenikeni.

dimealso loose change. kenikeni.

dimensionnui.

dimensionin math. ana, nui.

dimensionalsee two-dimensional, three-dimensional.

diminishemi, hoʻēmi, hoʻoiki, akakuʻu, hoʻohapa; diminish, as stream water, kuʻu. also: kāmuku, kāhaʻu, kualiliʻi, kualiʻiliʻi, koiʻi, kanahaʻi, kanehaʻi.

diminutiveliʻiliʻi, kupaliʻi, iki, ʻuʻuku.

dimplemino.

dinkulikuli, hana kuli, , wawā, ahu wawā, ʻikuwā, olowalu, ōleoleo, pāleoleowā; pihe (of voices); confused, excited din, hauwalaoʻa, haualaoʻa. to make a din, kuwā, ʻikuwā.

dingdongkanikē, .

dingyhāpaʻupaʻu, ʻāpulu.

dining roomlumi ʻaina, keʻena ʻaina.

dining roomlumi ʻaina.

dining tablepapa ʻaina.

dinkto mishit or clip (the ball), in volleyball. hoʻokulu, paʻi lihi. point from dink. ʻai hele wale.

dinnerʻaina ahiahi, papa ʻaina, pāʻina. dinner party, ʻahaʻaina.

dinosaurnalala.

diocesekīhāpai.

Dionea moon of Saturn. Kione.

dioxidediokesaside. nitrogen dioxide. naikokene diokesaside, naikokene ʻokikene lua. sulfur dioxide. sulufura diokesaside.

dip₁to plunge or immerse. kūpenu, hoʻoluʻu, luʻu; to dip, as with a cup, kīʻoʻe, ukuhi; to dip, as the head or a kite, kimo, kīpoho; to dip, as an oar, māpuna; to dip as to insert, ʻō, hoʻō, miki. also: māpu, kūkai, poʻo. a dip of water, ukuhina wai. two dips of the paddle, ʻelua nō māpuna hoe.

dip₂depression. hālua.

diphtheriakipikelia.

diphthongleo hui o nā hua palapala ʻelua.

diphthonghuēwoela.

diplomapalapala. high school diploma, palapala puka, palapala hoʻomaikaʻi. university diploma, palapala hōʻoia kulanui.

diplomaprofessional diploma for teaching. palapala ʻoihana aʻo.

diplomacykūkā ʻana mawaena o nā aupuni, ka hele nihi, noho nihi.

diplomatʻelele, kuhina.

dipperkīʻoʻe, ipu kīʻoʻe, oʻoʻo; dipper made of ti leaf, kīʻapu; dipper made of taro or ʻape leaf, kiliʻapu. see Big Dipper.

DipperBig Dipper. Nāhiku.

Dipthaa star. Kapanui.

direct₁oversee. alakaʻi, kuhikuhi, kauoha, kaʻi; kia (especially in magic); kuhikau (rare).

direct₂straight. pololei.

directto direct, as a movie or video production. kuhikuhi. see director.

direct currentDC. aukahi. see alternating current. direct current electricity. uila aukahi.

direct democracya government in which laws are made directly by the citizens. aupuni kānāwai na ka lehulehu. see democracy.

direct proportionlakio like kūpono.

direction₁see direct. wrong directions, kuhi hewa, kuhikeʻe.

direction₂compass direction. ʻaoʻao.

directionhuli. the four primary directions, or four cardinal points of the compass, in geography. kūkulu ʻehā. intermediate directions. kūkulu o waena.

directionskuhikuhi (instructions).

directionsʻōkuhi. to follow directions. hahai ʻōkuhi.

directorpoʻo, alakaʻi, kuhikuhina, luna hoʻoponopono. acting director, hope poʻo.

directorone who serves as a leader in conducting any kind of business. luna hoʻokele. see administration. as for movie or video production. luna kuhikuhi. assistant director. hope luna kuhikuhi. executive director. poʻo kuhikuhi. art director. luna pāheona. lighting director. luna hoʻomālamalama.

directorypapa kuhikuhi, puke inoa.

directoryof computer files. papa kuhi waihona.

directrixas a line from which a curve can be made by taking all equidistant points of a conic section. kaha kau. as a line which divides a parabola into two equal areas, in math. kaha anaalike.

dirgekanikau, mele kanikau, hoʻouwēuwē; ʻuhane (rare).

dirtlepo, lepo hānai, ʻeʻa, ʻeka. red dirt, lehu ʻula, lepo ʻulaʻula. clod of dirt, pāpaʻa lepo. to scatter, stir up dirt or dust, kaiehu, kuehu.

dirt bikemokokaikala holo lepo. see all-terrain vehicle, off-road vehicle.

dirtylepo. also: lepolepo, paumāʻele, ʻekaʻeka, ʻeka, hāʻekaʻeka, kuhaʻeka, wiʻu, pelapela, neko, pōnēko, niku, hau-, kākā, penopeno, uweka, moelepo; mōuki. see saying, huaʻi. somewhat dirty, ʻōlepolepo. very dirty, pau pāʻele, pau ʻeka. to make dirty, hoʻolepo, hōʻeka, hoʻoniku, hoʻopau ʻeka.

dis-ʻole, ʻaʻole.

disabilityhiki ʻole, kīnā.

disagreekūʻēʻē, hukihuki, kūlikeʻole, lōkahi ʻole.

disagreeableʻoluʻolu ʻole, kahakā, kāpēkeʻu; ʻaʻaka (cranky); ʻawaʻawa, ʻawaʻawahia, mālailena (bitter); kiki.

disagreementkūʻēʻē, hukihuki, mokuāhana, pāoni. in disagreement, noho keʻe. to stir up disagreement, hoʻokūʻēʻē.

disappearnalo, nalowale, nalohia, pio, hanini, ʻāhaʻikapupuhi, uholo; disappear swiftly, mio, miona; ulāheo (rare); disappear gradually, koliʻi.

disappointhoʻohoka.

disappointmenthoka, mokuāhua, homa. see dream and saying, sea cucumber. to cause disappointment, hoʻohoka.

disapproveʻāpono ʻole. see exclamation.

disarrangehoʻomōkākī, waiho huikau, waiho kapakahi, ʻapakau.

disasterpōpilikia, pōʻino, ulia weliweli. see bitter. to cause disaster, hoʻopōpilikia, hoʻopōʻino. disaster area, wahi i hoʻopōʻino ʻia. to predict disaster, hoʻoiloilo.

disbeliefhilinaʻi ʻole, manaʻoʻiʻo ʻole. interj. of disbelief or disapproval: kāhīhī, , chā, .

disbelievehilinaʻi ʻole, manaʻoʻiʻo ʻole, mahuakala, hoʻopohala.

disburseuku, hoʻokaʻa, kīkoʻo.

disc jockeywilipā, wilipāleo.

discardkiloi, kiola, kiolaola, hoʻolei, kāpae, haʻalele, ʻolepū.

discharge₁dismiss. hoʻokuʻu, hoʻopau, kipaku, , kaiehu. discharge, as from army, palapala hoʻokuʻu loa. dishonorable discharge, hoʻopau hoʻoʻino ʻia aku. discharge of seamen, hoʻokuʻu i nā luina.

discharge₂see unload. permit to discharge, as cargo, palapala ʻae e hoʻopae.

discharge₃flow. hoʻokahe, walewale, walewalena; heheʻe (as of pus); ʻinaʻina (reddish, preceding childbirth); piapia, paʻakai (of the eyes).

discharge₄fire, as a gun. kī pū.

dischargedhoʻopau ʻia, hemo, hoʻokuʻu ʻia.

disciplehaumāna, haumana.

disciplineaʻo ikaika, aʻo ʻoʻoleʻa.

disclosehōʻike, huaʻi.

discolored, kohu, kāpala. also: ʻahulu, palaʻīloli.

discomfortʻoluʻolu ʻole, noʻonoʻo ʻihaʻiha, ʻīnea, ʻihaʻiha, puʻu; ikiiki (acute); hōkūkū (preceding bowel discharge); hoʻīloli (of pregnancy). see saying, puʻu₁.

disconcertedhōʻāʻā.

disconnecthoʻokaʻawale, hoʻohemo, kala.

disconnectto disconnect, as in a computer program. hoʻohemo. see connect.

discountuku hoʻēmi, hoʻēmi. bank discount, hoʻēmi panakō.

discountalso to discount, as a price for merchandise. hoʻēmi.

discouragedpauaho. also: paupauaho, ʻauwaepuʻu, uluhua, ʻaikena, kuʻipehe, pauʻaka. see dispirited.

discoursekamaʻilio, hoʻokamaʻilio, haʻi aʻo, ʻōlelo, ʻōlelo kūkā.

discoverʻimi ā loaʻa, ʻike mua, loaʻa, hōʻike. rare: hoʻomaopopo, kaunānā.

discoverkaunānā. discovered. hiʻohia.

discovererʻimi ā loaʻa.

discredit₁disbelieve. manaʻoʻiʻo ʻole, hilinaʻi ʻole; hoʻopohala (rare).

discredit₂disgrace. waia, hoʻohilahila, hoʻomaliko.

discrepancykāwā.

discriminatesee discrimination.

discriminationwae, hōʻokoʻa, hoʻokaʻawale. race discrimination, hoʻokae ʻili, kaupale ʻili.

discriminationalso prejudice; to discriminate or be prejudiced against. hoʻokae. see racism.

discuspāhelene. to throw a discus. kīloi pāhelene.

discussʻōlelo kūkā, kūkā, kūkākūkā, kālaimanaʻo, hoʻokamaʻilio, kau. to discuss and wonder about, nūnē.

discussionʻōlelo kūkā, kūkā, kūkākūkā, kālaimanaʻo.

disdainfulhoʻokano, ihu piʻi, pali, pali loa, nanahuki, keʻehilae. interj. of disdain, , chā.

diseasemaʻi. see ailment, sickness. contagious disease, maʻi lele, maʻi laulā, maʻi pālahalaha. chronic disease, ʻōmaʻimaʻi. recurring disease, maʻi kau. fatal disease, pāmake. various little understood ancient diseases or combinations of diseases: aʻakū, ʻea, hoaka, pani.

diseaseto be susceptible or vulnerable to disease. pāmaʻi.

disembarklele, pae.

disembowelkuaʻi i ka naʻau.

disfavorhoihoi ʻole. to look at with disfavor, nānā me ka hoihoi ʻole, nānā keʻe, makaʻewaʻewa, makaʻē.

disfigurehōʻinoʻino, hoʻopupuka, hoʻokīnā.

disfiguredkīnā, ʻanahua, ʻālina.

disgracewaia, hoʻohilahila, ʻālina.

disgracefulhoʻowaia, hoʻohilahila.

disguisehoʻomeamea, hoʻokohukohu, hoʻonalonalo i ke kūlana, hūnā, hoʻololi i ke ʻano, hoʻohūnāhūnā i ke ʻano.

disgusthoʻopailua, hoʻowahāwahā. to shrink away in disgust, mūʻeʻeke.

disgustedana. see disgust.

disgustinghoʻopailua, kāpulu, luaʻikū, nonohua.

dish, ipu; pā ipu (wooden dish in general). oval wooden dish, kāloa. oval dish, ipu poepoe, ipu poki. glass dish, pā aniani. iron dish or pan, pā hao. paper dish, pā pepa. wooden dish or tray, pā lāʻau. small dish, pā liʻiliʻi. deep dish, pā hohonu. dish containing liquids, pā hōwai. clay or soiled dish, pā lepo. to dish up, hao.

dish (preceded by ke). dish rack. haka kaulaʻi . petri dish. piki. soap dish. kopa. water dish. wai.

dishclothkāwele pā. to wipe or dry with a dishcloth, kāwele.

dishevelledpūkalakī, mōkākī.

dishonesthoʻopono ʻole, pono ʻole, hoʻopunipuni, ʻāpiki, paukeʻe, ʻapakeʻe. also: ʻepa, poholalo, pākauākeʻe. see cheat.

dishonorwaia, ʻālina, hōʻino.

dishwashermīkini holoi . dishwasher soap. kopa mīkini holoi .

disinfecthoʻomaʻemaʻe, pepehi i nā mū, pepehi mea ʻino.

disinfectantwai hoʻomaʻemaʻe.

disinheritkapae mai ka hoʻoilina ʻana, kaupale.

disinterhuaʻi.

disinterestmanakā, hoihoi ʻole, palaka.

disintermentwehe houʻana i ke kino kupapaʻu.

disjointedpākuʻikuʻi (as a poorly constructed story). disjointed vertebra, ʻanuʻu.

disk (phonograph). see slipped disk.

disk (preceded by ke). see disk drive. computer disk. kamepiula. blank disk. maʻemaʻe. floppy disk. malule. program disk. polokalamu. startup disk. hoʻomaka. hard disk. paʻaloko. removable hard disk. paʻaloko wehe. disk partitioning. māhele . disk space. hakahaka . to cache disks. hoʻokoe .

diskpā ʻaliʻali

disk brakepeleki . see brake disk.

disk driveas on a computer. kakena. see disk. hard drive. kakena paʻaloko. internal drive. kakena kūloko. external drive. kakena kūwaho.

dislikemakemake ʻole, hoihoi ʻole. rare: manuʻawa, kope, hoʻāhu. strong dislike, hoʻokae, konākonā. to stir up dislike, hoʻopihapiha ʻōlelo, hoʻohaunaele.

dislocatedhemo, uai. dislocated knee, kuli hemo.

dislocationiwi pahemo.

disloyalmanaʻo kipi, kūʻē aupuni, ʻāpua.

dismalkaumaha, hoʻokaumaha; pōlio (rare).

dismayedpīhoihoi, kāhāhā, kuʻihē, kūnāhihi.

dismisshoʻokuʻu, kuʻu, hoʻopau, kipaku.

dismountlele mai i lalo.

disobediencelohe ʻole, hoʻokuli. also: pepeiano kuli, kūlina, ʻāʻīʻoʻoleʻa, hoʻokanahua.

disobediencecivil disobedience, i.e. breaking a law because it goes against personal morals. ʻaʻa kānāwai.

disobeyhoʻolohe ʻole, pale ʻōlelo, hoʻokuli; willfully disobey, hoʻolana. rare: ʻāʻī ʻoʻoleʻa, ihumaʻa, uhakole, hanaea, ʻāpua.

disorderlymōkākī, hoʻoponopono ʻole, lula ʻole, lauhili, kīpalalē, hōkaʻi, kiwalaʻō; ʻano ʻino (of conduct). see saying, makau. to work in disorderly fashion, palalē.

disownkaupale, hoʻopale, nāʻīʻike.

dispatchhoʻouna hikiwawe.

dispenseto provide in measured quantities. hōloʻa. see dispenser.

dispensera dispensing container of any kind. ʻūhōloʻa. see dispense. paper towel dispenser. ʻūhōloʻa kāwele pepa. soap dispenser. ʻūhōloʻa kopa. water dispenser, as in a bird cage. kāhāinu. see feeder.

dispersehoʻi, hoʻi nui (intransitive); hoʻokuʻu (transitive). see scatter.

dispiritedkaumaha, hoihoi ʻole, maʻule, māʻuleʻule, wiwo. see discouraged.

displacelawe i kahi ʻē, ʻapakau, hoʻoneʻe.

displacementalso to displace. pohupani. air displacement. pohupani ea. water displacement. pohupani wai.

displayhōʻike, hōʻikeʻike, hoʻokahakaha, hoʻokelakela; mea hōʻikeʻike.

displayas on a computer screen. hōʻike.

display screenas on a calculator. papakaumaka. calculator display screen. papakaumaka mīkini helu.

displeasehoʻoukiuki, hoʻonāukiuki, hoʻouluhua.

displeasedukiuki, uluhua, hoʻohuakeʻeo, nauki, nāuki, nāukiuki, kunukunu.

displeasingkū ʻole i ka hoihoi.

displeasureukiuki. to exhibit wrath or displeasure due to jealousy, kahalili.

disposehoʻonohonoho, hoʻolilo.

dispositionʻano, loko, manawa, naʻau, ʻōpū. see honey creeper, salt. sour disposition, naʻau ʻawaʻawa, ʻawaʻawahia, loko liʻu, keʻemoa, malaia, mālailena, naʻinaʻi. evil disposition, mākonā, manawa ʻino, ʻōpū kekene. good disposition, lokomaikaʻi, ʻōpū aliʻi, naʻau aliʻi, ʻoluʻolu.

disputehoʻopaʻapaʻa, paʻapaʻa, hakakā ʻōlelo, ʻāpuni.

disqualifiedkūponoʻole, kāpaeʻia.

disqualifykāpae, ʻāponoʻole.

disregardnānā ʻole. also: hoʻokuli, hoʻokananeʻō, māeaea, hoʻomāʻauea, kope. see neglect. to disregard the rights of others, hehikū.

disrespectfulʻaʻe kū, hoʻowahāwahā, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, hoʻokelakela, mahalua.

dissatisfiedkūhalahala, hoʻohalahala, loiloi, kunukunu; hala iwi nui (fig.).

dissectʻokiʻoki liʻiliʻi.

dissemblesee disguise.

disseminatelaha, hoʻolaha. to disseminate news, kuʻi ka lono.

dissensionhukihuki, kūʻēʻē.

dissimilationin linguistics. kīʻōkoʻakoʻa.

dissipateʻuhaʻuha. also: luaiele, hoʻomāuna, haulani, pāhola, koaka.

dissolutesee dissipate, lecherous.

dissolvehoʻoheheʻe.

dissolveto dissolve something. hoʻoheheʻe.

distaffmilo lopi.

distancemamao, lōʻihi, loa, analipo; distance between two points, kaʻawale, kōwā, kāwā. six-mile distance, ʻeono mile ke kaʻawale. at a distance, mamao, mōʻiu, mōʻiuiu. turn and then go straight for a long distance, kaha loa. to keep a distance, hoʻokaʻawale, hoʻomamao, ʻāloaloa.

distantmamao, lilo, loa, haʻalilo. also: lipo, māhiloa, monehā, naua, auwaea; ʻiuʻiu (distant realm, as of the gods); māʻiuʻiu, kōʻiuʻiu, ai loa, aia i loa; waiakua, pali loa (fig., aloof); pōlolohuamea. distant traveler, ʻimi loa. any distant land, kahiki. distant time, wā mamao, wā mamua, wā i hope lilo, kikilo. The distant seas were traveled on, uaʻau ʻia nā kai loa.

distastefulmakemake ʻole, hoihoi ʻole. distaste for food, kanea, noneā.

distendkēkē, pehu, hoʻopehu, manana.

distillpuhi.

distinctakaaka, mōakaaka.

distinctionkaulana, hanohano, poʻokela. person of distinction, kanaka poʻokela, mea hanohano, ʻiele. to keep a distinction, hoʻokaʻawale. to conduct oneself with distinction, hoʻohanohano.

distinctionwith distinction, also with honors, cum laude, as in academics. me ke kau i ka hano, me ka hanohano, me ka hoʻomaikaʻi. with high distinction, magna cum laude. me ke kau i ka hano hoʻonani, me ka hoʻomaikaʻi nui. with highest distinction, summa cum laude. me ke kau i ka hano hāweo.

distinguishhoʻokaʻawale, wae, hōʻokoʻa, hoʻomaopopo i ka like ʻole. to distinguish oneself, hoʻokaulana, hoʻohanohano. fig.: ao loa.

distinguishwaeleʻa.

distinguishedhanohano, hie, hoʻohie, hoʻohiehie, hāweo. see cloud.

distorthoʻopaʻewa.

distortedʻoehaʻa, kekeʻe.

distraughtulukū. see nervous.

distresspilikia, pōpilikia, pōʻino, hoʻopōʻino, ʻīnea, hoʻīnea, ʻeha, hōʻehaʻeha. also: hoʻokōʻehaʻeha, kūpilikiʻi, hoʻomāhuwā, manawahua kai koʻo, kipona, pōnalo. see saying, uhiwai. distress signal, hōʻākaaka no ka wā pilikia.

distributehoʻomāhelehele, hoʻolaha; hoʻomalele (rare). distribute small amounts, kau liʻiliʻi. distribute one at a time, pākahi. distribute one at a time to several, pākakahi. to mark out for distribution, as land, kākau.

distributeto distribute, as in delivering or making publications available to the public. hoʻomalele. see distribution. to distribute or pass out, as papers in a class. kākaʻahi. to distribute data, as on a graph, in math. kākuhi, kākuhi i ka ʻikepili.

distributionalso to distribute, distributive, in math. hoʻoili. see distribute, distributive. chi-squared distribution. haʻihelu hoʻoili. also to be distributed, as data on a graph. ili. data distribution. ka ili o ka ʻikepili. normal distribution, in math and science. ili haiakonu. population distribution. ili pūʻuo, ili pūʻuo kanaka. rain distribution. ka ili o ka ua.

distributivesee distribution. distributive law. kānāwai hoʻoili. distributive property. ʻanopili hoʻoili (preceded by ke).

districtʻāpana, ʻokana, moku, , mokuʻāina, moku o loko.

districtcentral business district. ʻāpana pāʻoihana kauwaena. see downtown. Congressional district, in government. ʻāpana ʻahaʻōlelo lāhui.

district courtʻaha ʻāpana, ʻaha hoʻokolokolo ʻāpana.

distrusthoʻohuoi, kānalua, hilinaʻi ʻole.

disturbhoʻoluhi, hoʻopilikia. also: pauʻaka, hōkai, kaʻahōkai, kaiele, ulukū, hōlapu, hailapu, hoʻokolohe, hōʻoni, hoʻoloku, ulukake, hōkake, wāwahi, hoʻohaunaele, une, hoʻonaue.

disturbancehaunaele, uluāoʻa. constant disturbance, kuʻikuʻia mau. to create disturbance, hoʻohaunaele, hoʻononi.

disturbedhoʻoluhi ʻia, pono ʻole ka manaʻo, pīhoihoi, pīhoi, piʻoloke. also: hakukoʻi, ulukū, ʻolokū, ʻoʻolokū, kūhulukū, hoʻoleʻoleʻo, haʻakuʻia ka manaʻo, kuʻia, kūpikiʻō, ʻōpikipiki, puʻua. disturbed in sleep, moehewa.

ditchʻauwaha, , ʻāwaʻa. water ditch, ʻauwai, ʻauwai paʻa, holowai.

ditherto approximate the appearance of a graphic image from another computer operating system. hoʻokohu a like.

diurnalactive during the daytime. ala ao. see crepuscular, nocturnal.

divansee couch.

diveluʻu. also: ʻomo, miomio, kīpoho, lele ʻopu, kiliʻopu, leleʻopuhi, lele pahū; kūhoupoʻo, kūlou poʻo, lelepoʻo, luʻu kimo, luʻu poʻo (headfirst); lele kawa, lele pāhiʻa, lele ʻōʻō (feet first); kīhā (under water as a porpoise). dive down and come up, luʻu aku ā aea mai (see aea). sport of diving for gourds, kaupua.

diveto dive, in volleyball. lele ʻōpū, luʻu, moe pālahalaha. to sky dive. luʻu lewa. sky diver. mea luʻu lewa. diving goggles or mask. makaaniani luʻu kai, makaaniani luʻu. see scuba.

divergelālā.

divergentspreading, in plate techtonics, in geology. neʻe ʻoā. see convergent, transform. divergent boundary. palena neʻe ʻoā.

diverthoʻolalau (as a child).

dividemahele, puʻunaue, ʻokiʻoki, helehele, kaʻana, kālai. rare: kaʻipuʻu, puʻalawāhi. divide in two, pālua, hoʻopālua. to divide equally, kaʻi like, hoʻokaʻana, to divide by lot, hailona, . to divide small amounts, kau liʻiliʻi. to divide into factions, mokuāhana.

dividesee division.

dividendmahele kālā, waiwai hoʻopuka, kuleana puka (payment); kumupuʻunaue (division).

dividendin math. kumu puʻunaue.

divinationhailona, puʻuone. gourd used in divination, ipu ʻōlelo. see ʻoi₂.

divineakua, hoʻākua, ʻano akua.

diving boardpapa lele kawa.

divisiblein math. puʻunaue koena ʻole.

division₁section. mahele, pale, mokuna, kaʻipuʻu. army division, papa kaua.

division₂arithmetic. puʻunaue. long division, puʻunaue loa. short division, puʻunaue pōkole. division sign, kaha puʻunaue.

divisionalso to divide, in math. puʻunaue. see composite. division sign. kaha puʻunaue.

divisionalso piece, portion, department, category, part, land division; to divide, apportion. māhele. see lower division, upper division. of a legislative bill, larger than a section or article. mokuna. see Hawaiian entries under kānāwai and title.

division (arithmetic)hoʻopuʻunaue

Division of Aquatic ResourcesMāhele Kumuwaiwai Kai.

divisorhelu komo

divisorin math. helu komo.

divorceʻoki, hōʻoki, ʻoki male.

divorcedʻoki male ʻia, ʻoki ʻia, hemo.

dizzypōniu, pōniuniu, niniu, niua, niu, liua. also: kōniuniu pūniu, niuaua, maka pōniuniu, makapouli, newa, kaʻa ka lolo, niu lolokaʻa, ānewa, ānewanewa, mania, kaʻakua, kāʻihi, lolokaʻa, hōkaʻa, ʻona, ʻonaʻona, luea, poluea. dizzy, with loss of hearing, niu kuli. nauseous and dizzy, aneane.

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Djiboutidibuti.

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DLNRDepartment of Land and Natural Resources. ʻOihana Kumuwaiwai ʻĀina.

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do₁Verb hana, lawelawe; hoʻokō (complete). see done. There is no Hawaiian equivalent for the English auxiliary. Do you like this? Makemake ʻoe i kēia? Yes, I do, ʻAe, makemake nō. How do you do? Pehea ʻoe?

do₂note in music. .

doto do with all one's might or strength. kuʻupau. see geevum.

dothe first note on the musical scale. . see Hawaiian entry pākōlī.

docileakahai, laka.

dock₁wharf. uapo, pā kāpili moku.

dock₂vine. pāwale, huʻahuʻakō, uhauhakō.

doctorkauka. medical doctor, kauka lapaʻau, kahuna lapaʻau. doctorʻs aide, kōkua kauka.

Doctorfor use as a title before a person's name. Kauka. abb. Kk.

doctorateas a degree at a university. laeʻula, kauka. see bachelor's, master's, undergraduate, graduate. doctorate degree. kēkelē laeʻula, palapala laeʻula.

doctor's officekeʻena kauka

doctrinemanaʻoʻiʻo kūpaʻa, kahua.

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

documentas in a computer program. palapala. see draft, subsummary. text of a document. kikokikona. document outline. ʻolokeʻa palapala. document specific. pili hoʻokahi palapala. document summary. hōʻuluʻulu palapala.

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

dodecahedrona space figure with twelve faces, in math. paʻaʻili ʻumikūmālua.

dodgeʻalo, ʻaloʻalo, hōʻalo, hoʻohala; dodge quickly, kikihi, kīkīʻalo.

doessee do. one who does, ka mea e, ka e, ke.

dogʻīlio (for various kinds, see Haw-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); ʻapowai; supernatural dog, poki. see bracelet and saying, welu. dog-tooth anklet, kūpeʻe niho ʻīlio. dog-tooth lei, lei niho ʻīlio. dog-tooth necklace, lei ole, lei niho ʻīlio. dog collar, apo ʻāʻī ʻīlio. tied dog, ʻōhao ʻīlio (insulting name for outcasts).

dog foodmeaʻai ʻīlio

dog paddlealso to dog paddle, in swimming. ʻau ʻīlio. see stroke.

dogfishmanō lalā kea.

doghousehale ʻīlio.

dogmakānāwai manaʻoʻiʻo.

dog's tooth violeta kind of flower. waioleka nihoʻīlio.

dolehoʻopīkele; pākali (little by little).

dole outsee deal.

dolefulsee sad.

dolichocephalicpoʻo oloolo.

dollkiʻi, kiʻi pēpē.

dolla child's plaything. pēpē kiʻi.

doll househale pēpē

doll househale pēpē kiʻi

dollarkālā.

dollarkālā. see bill, half dollar, quarter. dollar sign. kaha kālā. silver dollar. kālā keʻokeʻo.

dolphin₁fish. mahimahi, oma (rare); large dolphin, lapalapa.

dolphin₂see porpoise.

doltlolohi ka noʻonoʻo.

domainas on the internet. kāʻei kapu. as a sphere or field of activity or influence. pōʻai. affective domain, as relating to the learning process. pōʻai naʻau. cognitive domain. pōʻai noʻonoʻo. psychomotor domain. pōʻai ʻonina kino. eminent domain, the right of the government to take, or to authorize taking of, the private property of a citizen for public use with just compensation being given to the citizen whose property has been taken. mana kāʻili o ke aupuni.

domepūʻoʻa.

domestic₁native or pertaining to the household. kūloko.

domestic₂see servant.

domestic policyplans for dealing with national problems, in government. kulekele kūloko. see foreign policy.

domesticatehoʻolaka.

domesticatedlaka.

domesticatedas a pet or for work. lakauā. see feral.

dominatehoʻohaku, kaʻaluna, kuhilani.

DominicanKominika. Dominican Republic. Lepupalika Kominika.

DominicanKominika, Dominikana.

dominionaupuni, lāhui.

dominoiwi pāʻani. to play dominoes. paʻani iwi.

donatehāʻawi wale, makana, hāʻawi manawaleʻa.

donationlūlū, haʻawina, makana, manawaleʻa.

donehana ʻia, pau. see do. Thy will be done, e mālama ʻia kou makemake.

donkeykēkake, ʻēkake, iākake; piula (Molokaʻi).

do-nothingpalaualelo, kūhana ʻole, lemukū.

don't₁negative command. mai, uoki.

don't₂negative. ʻaʻole.

Don't you forget italso I told you so, you dummy, you should know; used only at the end of a sentence or phrase. ā. see Hawaiian entry.

doohickeydevice, gadget, gizmo, thingamajig. hāmeʻa. see apparatus, instrument, tool.

doomedlaʻa i ka pōʻino, laʻahia, hopena pōʻino; doomed darkness, laʻa uli.

doorpuka, puka hale, puka komo, ʻīpuka, pani puka; low side door, pākākā; ʻeleua, ʻeleao (ancient). thatch above a door, piko. door casing, kikihi. door corner, kihi puka. sliding or movable door, pani uai, puka uai. door covering, uhaʻi. arch over door, hoaka.

dooras opposed to doorway. pani puka (preceded by ke). see molding. doorframe. kikihi. door hinge. ʻami puka, ʻami ʻīpuka. door threshold. paepae puka. screen door. pani puka uea makika, pani puka makaʻaha. sliding door. puka uai, ʻipuka uai.

door matmoena kuakuai kāmaʻa.

doorframekikihi, uhaʻi.

doormankiaʻi puka, mālama puka.

doorknobpōheo puka, pōheoheo puka.

doorpostlāʻau kū, kukuna; lapauila, kunakuna (rare).

doorstepalapiʻi.

doorstopkoʻo puka, koʻo ʻīpuka.

doorwaypuka komo, niʻo. doorway covering, uhaʻi.

DorchesterKolekeka, Doreseka.

dormantkaʻoko.

dormitoryhale moe.

dormitoryhale moe, hale noho haumāna.

dorsalin biology. laukua. see anterior, posterior, ventral. dorsalfin, of a fish, nonscientific term. kualā. - fin, scientific term. kualā laukua. anterior dorsal fin. kualā laumua. posterior dorsal fin. kualā lauhope.

dorsal finkualā.

dosemahele lāʻau.

dotkiko, pōhaka; dot in music, kiko. to make a dot, kiko, kikiko.

doton a grid. kiko huina. see entry below and intersection, isometric dot paper.

dote onpuni.

dotsa series of dots written under a word or words which have been lined out to show that no change should be made from the original, in proofreading; stet. kaha waiho.

dottedkiko, kikokiko, kikiko; ʻōpikopiko (as with, tattoo marks); pākikokiko.

dotted half notein music. hua mele hapalua kiko.

dotted quarter notein music. hua mele hapahā kiko.

dotted swisspuʻu, ʻulāliʻi (rare).

doublepālua, pāpālua, hoʻopālua, kālua, lua like, lua, kaulua, ʻāpipi, māhana. double number, helu lua. double time, hikiwawe, holo. double thickness, pāpālua ka mānoanoa, ahue. double-tongued, elelo lua, lauwili. double-edged, maka lua, ʻoi lua. double canoe, kaulua, waʻa kaulua. double bone of arm or leg, iwi pili. double-flowering, pupupu. double-barbed, kohe lua (of a fishhook). to double up, meneū, lāpeʻe, pupuʻu.

doublein math. kaulua. see entries below. as when throwing dice. māhoe. double number. helu māhoe.

double bar graphin math. pakuhi paʻa ʻaukā. see bar graph.

double dribblein basketball. pākimokimo pālua, pāloiloi pālua, paʻipāʻi palua.

double extra largeXXL, as a shirt size. nui keu pālua. see large.

double hitto lift or make a double hit, in volleyball. hāpai. see carrying violation. double hit violation. ʻaʻena paʻi lua.

double jeopardyto be tried in court twice for the same offense. ʻalo hoʻopiʻi ʻelua.

double spacesee spacing.

double-hole ʻukuleleʻukulele ʻelua puka.

doublylua, pālua, pāpālua.

doubtkānalua. also: hopo, hopohopo, ʻāpaha; , hoʻi (particles). There is no doubt of his going, ʻaʻole e ʻole kona hele (see ʻole). to evoke or produce doubt, fear, anxiety, hoʻokānalua, hoʻohopohopo.

doubtfulkānalua, naʻau lua, kāpekepeke, auaneʻi, ʻānoni.

douchehālalo, hoene.

doughpalaoa hoʻowaliʻia, pelena moʻa ʻole.

doughpaʻipalaoa.

doughnutkoneko.

douselumaʻi, luʻu, hōʻau.

dovemanu kū, manu nūnū, nūnū, kuhukukū. ringneck dove, ʻehakō. cooing of a dove, kuhukukū. softeyed dove, nūnū maka onaona (endearing term).

dovetailhoʻokuʻi.

dowelpoke kaola.

down₁below. lalo, i lalo, iho. to go down, iho, kūpou. to knock down, kulaʻi, hoʻohina, hina, kāhina. down there, ai lalo, aia i lalo. far down, i lalo lilo.

down₂feathers. heu, heuheu, ʻae, ʻae moa, hulu weuweu. see ex., chicken.

downpages down, as in a computer program. ʻehia ʻaoʻao haʻalalo? see across.

down paymentuku hoʻopaʻa.

downcastluʻuluʻu, kaumaha; ʻololū (rare).

downhilli lalo. go or walk downhill, iho, hele iho.

downloadto download, as in a computer program. hoʻoili. see install, load.

downpourloku, ua lanipili, hoʻolokuloku, haʻalokuloku, kūlokuloku, noku, nokunoku, kūnokunoku, ʻiliki, see rain for symbolism.

downtownkaona. see central business district, city.

downtroddenhehi ʻia, hoʻopaʻaua, hoʻokuapaʻa; pahua (rare).

downwardlalo, iho, ihona.

downwardhaʻalalo. see round off.

downwindto sail directly downwind. kele kaʻalalo. see beam reach, broad reach, close hauled.

downyheu, heuheu, pūhuluhulu, hulu weuweu, ʻae, ʻaeʻae.

dowryuku male a ka wahine.

DoxologyMele Hoʻomaikaʻi.

dozemoe hoʻolana; kuli hiamoe. see saying, lau₇.

dozenkākini, ʻumi kūmālua, ʻumi kumamālua.

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draft₁current of air. hihio, mōhio; holouka (rare). see gust.

draft₂see draw, write.

draft₃selection. ʻohi, wae. army draft, kāhea e komo i ka ʻoihana kaua. draft board, papa ʻohi.

draft₄money order. palapala kīkoʻo, pepa kīkoʻo, pila kīkoʻo.

drafta preliminary version; also to prepare a draft. kāmua. see entries below. first draft. kāmua ʻekahi. second draft. kāmua ʻelua.

draftto draw blueprints. kaha kiʻi kūkulu. see draftsman. to draw up documents. kāpalapala. a person who drafts documents. kanaka kāpalapala.

draftbank draft. pila kīkoʻo panakō.

draft animalsa team of draft animals. pūkolo.

draftersee draftsman.

draftsmanone who draws blueprints. kaha kiʻi kūkulu. see draft.

dragkauō, alakō. also: kaualakō, kōkō, kolo, kuai, kaʻihuluhulu, paneʻehā. to drag a canoe, kauō waʻa.

dragto drag, as in a computer program. alakō, kiʻi a alakō. to drag onto. alakō ma luna o, alakō a kau ma luna o.

dragged.

dragnetlau, laukō, ʻalihilele.

dragonno Hawaiian term; the closest is perhaps moʻo. from English are kalekona, kelekona. also: moʻo lele, moʻo kiha, moʻo nui, moʻo ahi lele. Chinese dragon, moʻo lani.

dragonas in fairy tales. kalekona, kelekona. see skeleton.

dragonflypinao, pinao ʻula. larvae of dragonfly, lohelohe, lohaloha, puaʻalohelohe, ʻolopelope. young stage of dragonfly, poʻolānui.

dragonflysee damselfly.

drainhoʻokahe, hoʻomaloʻo.

drainpaipu omo wai.

drainagealso to have good drainage. nōkahea.

dramahana keaka.

dramaalso dramatic. paiwa. drama coach. kaʻi hana keaka. drama tic play. hana keaka paiwa.

drapekau.

drapespale pukaaniani, pākū pukaaniani (window).

draw₁sketch. kaha. to draw a picture or plan, kaha kiʻi.

draw₂pull, extract. ʻUme, huki, ʻuʻu; to draw in, miki; to draw up, hulei; to draw towards, alaʻume; to draw back, hoʻēmi, kīpupū; to draw away, ʻeke, pipika; to draw together, pūpū, ʻunu, hupua; to draw in the breath, hiohio; to draw, as money, kīkoʻo. to draw water, huki wai. to draw a winning number, kiko.

draw₃tie. paʻi, paʻi wale, paʻi ā paʻi.

drawto draw a conclusion. hoʻoholo i hopena. to draw or withdraw money from the bank. kīkoʻo.

drawerpahuʻume.

drawerʻume. see bureau. drawer handle. ʻau ʻume (preceded by ke). drawer knob. pōheo ʻume.

drawing₁picture. kiʻi, kiʻi i kahaʻia, kahana.

drawing₂pulling. ʻumeʻana, ; drawing up, mūʻekekeʻi.

drawingscale drawing, in math. kiʻi pālākiō.

drawknifepahi paʻa uma, pahiʻume.

drawnkaha ʻia, hukiʻia; huki, ʻiʻika (face). see draw.

dreadweli, weliweli. stricken with dread, ilihia.

dreadfulweliweli, mānaʻonaʻo.

dreammoeʻuhane, moe; recollected dream, haili moe; dream while dozing, hihiʻo; erotic dream, moe kahaʻula, aikahaula, kahaʻula. rare: moemoeā, , haʻawina. see maiʻa. name that has come in a dream, inoa pō. to interpret dreams, wehewehe moeʻuhane, mōike. to dream of canoes, moe waʻa (bad luck, disappointment). Man's privilege is to dream, ʻo ke kanaka ke kuleana o ka moe. There is no truth in dreams (FS 273), ʻaʻole ka ʻoiaʻiʻo i loko o ka moe.

dreamerka mea nāna nā moe.

drearykuanea, kaumaha.

dredgekope, uwaʻa, kīwaʻa.

dregsoka, koʻana, koʻala, kiʻo, mākū. see ahu ʻawa. dregs of society, ʻalaʻuka. to remove dregs from medicinal herbs, paka.

drenchedpulu pē, . also: paʻū, poʻū, noʻū, kilihē, ʻeʻelo, hōʻeʻelo, ʻeloʻelo, pulu ʻelo, pulukā, pelepulu, nolu pē, peno, pōkeokeo.

dress₁garment. lole, ʻaʻahu. to dress others, komo, komo lole, hōʻaʻahu. types of dresses: holokū, muʻumuʻu, pukikī, ʻōkolepuʻu. to dress up, as in one's best, kāhiko, linohau, paʻihi, hao ā paʻihi, haukalī. Have you dressed yet? Ua komo mai nei ʻoe i kou ʻaʻahu?

dress₂to wrap a wound. wahī

dress₃as a fowl. unuunu (pluck); kuaʻi (disembowel).

dress₄military command. left, dress, nānā i ka hema.

dress suitpupuamoa, puapuamoa.

dresserpahu waihona (furniture).

dresserbureau. pahu ʻume.

dressingkai, hōʻonoʻono ʻai. see stuffing. salad dressing, hoʻonoʻono lau ʻai.

dribbleto dribble, as a basketball. pākimokimo, pāloiloi, paʻipaʻi. double dribble. pākimokimo pālua, pāloiloi pālua, paʻipaʻi pālua. to dribble, as with kicks in soccer. pekupeku.

driedmaloʻo. also: konene, nōʻā. see dry. dried up by the sun, pāpaʻa lā.

driedsee freeze dried.

dried mackeral scadsʻōpelu maloʻo

driftlana wale, lana hele. also: lanaau, au, auhele, ʻauana (wander); kaʻalewa, laweau, īkā, puewa, pūnini.

drift currentin oceanography. au ʻaeʻa.

drifterʻaeʻa wale. see vagabond.

driftwoodpīhā, pihaʻā. see saying, mamo₄.

drill₁tool. nao wili, wili, ʻōmilo. to drill a hole, hou puka, wili puka

drill₂military. paikau.

drill₃practice. hoʻomaʻamaʻa.

drillkumuwili, wili. see bit. dentist's drill. wili niho. to drill. wili.

drillnaowili uila

drillmīkini kumuwili

drill bracekoʻo nao wili

drink₁verb inu, inumia, ; kani, unu (rare). for drinking songs, see kāmau₂ and (em 68 (chorus), 83). to drink intoxicants, inu lama, pākīʻaha, hoʻokāmau. to drink until satisfied, inu ā kena. to drink excessively, pākela inu, hoʻokina i ka inu. to drink sparingly, inu liʻiliʻi, hoʻopā iki. to drink temperalety, inu pākiko, to give drink, hoʻīnu, hoʻohāinu, hāinu, hoʻokāmau.

drink₂noun mea inu. mixed drink, mea inu hoʻohuihui, mea inu kāwili. iced or chilled drink, mea inu hoʻohuʻihuʻi. Hawaiian drinks, ʻawa, aumiki, pokiwai. intoxicating drink, lama, wai ʻona. let's have a drink, e kāmau kīʻaha kākou.

drinkbeverage. meainu.

drinking fountainpuaʻiwai.

dripkulu, kulukulu. also: , heʻe, nakulu, palalē, ū.

drive₁as cattle. hoʻohuli, hōʻā; pāhoe (fish)

drive₂to drive away. kipaku, hoʻokuke, hoʻomahuka. also: hoʻēhu, hoʻohemū, hoʻohū, hoaka, kuehu, hoʻokaʻa, kīpaʻi, pūkō.

drive₃as a car. kalaiwa, hoʻokele. to drive a carriage, hoʻoholo kaʻa, kaʻi i ke kaʻa. to go for a drive, holoholo kaʻa. to take someone for a drive, hoʻoholoholo kaʻa. to drive hard, as a horse, pākī.

drive₄as nails. kākia, mākia, kīpoū.

drivedisk drive, as on a computer. kakena. hard drive. kakena paʻaloko. internal drive. kakena kūloko. external drive. kakena kūwaho.

driveto drive, in basketball. kaha.

driveas for cans; to conduct a drive. alu. newspaper drive. alu hōʻiliʻili nūpepa. school clean-up drive. alu hoʻomaʻemaʻe kula.

driverkalaiwa, hoʻokele kaʻa, kia kaʻa (as of a car).

driverʻs licenselaikini kalaiwa kaʻa.

drive-throughas at a restaurant or bank. holona kaʻa.

drivewayalakalaiwa.

drizzleua liʻiliʻi, ua kilihune, kili hau.

drone beenalo meli noho hale.

droolhāʻae, kahe ka hāʻae, moni ka hāʻae. also: waha kale, waha ʻūkele, ʻae, meʻo.

droopluhe, loha, hoʻoloʻu, kuʻuwelu, kūwelu. also: kāluhe, kāluheuʻa, ʻōluheluhe, lola, emi, ninau, ʻomī mīmī, mae. Drooping over Pā-ʻieʻeie pool, luhe i ka wai o Pā-ʻieʻie (intoxicated).

drop₁trickle. kulu, kahe, mākili. drop of rain, paka ua. drop of water, kulu wai, huna wai. drop of perspiration, mākili hou.

drop₂let fall. hāʻule, hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia, hoʻohāʻule, haʻulena. to drop dead, hina moe, hina make. to drop, as bombs, hoʻokuʻu e hāʻule, kōlū. to drop a matter, hoʻomoe. to set a drop net, hōʻau.

dropperomo hoʻokulu.

dropping bottlea bottle used much like an eyedropper. ʻōmole hoʻokulu.

dropsypehu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), maʻi pehu. also: ʻōhao, ʻōpūʻōhao, ʻalaneo, ʻuʻulukai.

Drosophilidaepomace fly, family Drosophilidae. pōnalo.

droughtwā maloʻo; nōʻā (rare).

drovepūʻā (noun). see drive.

drownpiholo, hoʻopiholo, hoʻopalemo, holoāiʻa.

drowsymaka hiamoe, kulu, kulu hiamoe. also: mania, hoʻomania, malohi, hoʻomalohi, maniawai, heha, kāwai, molohai, niolo, mōlelehu, ʻolelehu, nipo, hoʻoluluhi, ʻōheahea, kuli hiamoe. ʻWai-piʻo is drowsy in the mist (saying), heha Wai-piʻo i ka noe.

drudgepaʻu, paʻaua, kauā paʻaua. see saying, anus. to treat as a drudge, hoʻopaʻu, hoʻopaʻaua.

drudgerypaʻu hana.

druglāʻau hoʻomalule kino, lāʻau hoʻonoenoe, lāʻau hoʻohiamoe, lāʻau moe, mea ʻona. cf. marijuana, opium, medicine. plants used to drug fish: ʻauhuhu, hola, ʻauhola. a drug on the market (plentiful), pākī. to mix drugs, kāwili lāʻau.

drugmedicinal drug, medication. lāʻau. prescription drug. lāʻau kuhikuhi. prescription for drugs or medication. kuhikuhi lāʻau. over-the-counter drug. lāʻau ʻai wale. narcotic drug. lāʻau ʻona. to overdose on drugs. pākela ʻai lāʻau.

drug storehale kāwili lāʻau, hale kūʻai lāʻau.

drug storehale lāʻau lapaʻau

druggedmalule mahope o ka inu lāʻauʻana.

druggistmea kāwili lāʻau.

drumpahu, ipu (for various kinds, see Haw-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); pūniu (knee drum). also: pahu hula, pahu kani, pahu paʻi, pahu kanaloa, pā ipu. see kāʻeke, kāʻekeʻeke and saying, goat. gasoline drum, kula kakalina. drum house, hale pahu. ruffle of drums, kāʻeleloi. to drum, paʻi ipu, hoʻokani pahu; pahūpahū (with force); kūpaloloi (with fingers); nīpolo (rare), ʻeʻekeloi. drumbeats: (general term; a particular beat); kūkū, kāhela (particular beats).

drummermea hoʻokani pahu, paʻi ipu, hoʻopaʻa.

drumsticklāʻau hoʻokani pahu (drum beater); ʻūhā moa (chicken leg).

drumstickas of a chicken. pālaumoa.

drunkʻona. see intoxicated.

drunkardʻona mau, ʻona lama. see saying, hū₄.

drymaloʻo. also: ʻāpaʻa, ʻāpaʻapaʻa, kaulaʻi, kōkaʻa, pāmalō, mae, māhāhā, anoa, panoa, ūpē, ʻeʻe, ʻōlino, wīkaʻo, ponanā, konekonea, mōkaʻokaʻo, maloʻohāhā, malōhāhā, pīkaʻo, pokaʻo, kaʻo, kōʻā. rack for drying, haka kaulaʻi. dry rot, mūnō, alapuka. dried up, kaʻeʻe, pīkaʻo, hōmī; lele (breasts). to dry out, hoʻomaloʻo. to wipe dry, as dishes, kāwele, kaʻa maloʻo.

dry cleanershale hoʻomaʻemaʻe

dry erase boardalso white board. papa keʻokeʻo, papa peni kuni.

dryermīkini hoʻomaloʻo lole

du

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dualpālua. dual form, kino pālua, kino lua, kino pāpālua. dual natured, kino pālua, kino lua. dual number (in grammar), helu lua.

dual citizenkupa kaumokuʻāina pālua, makaʻāinana kaumokuʻāina pālua.

dubpao. also: poho, poʻo, kua, kūpele, hoʻowaha, kīmō.

dubiouskānalua, kakanalua.

DublinKupelina, Dubelina.

duchesskukeke, kuke wahine.

duck₁bird. kakā (domesticated); pīwai (wild); Hawaiian duck, koloa, koloa maoli; pintail duck, koloa māpu.

duck₂to plunge or bow. ʻAlu, lumaʻi, luʻu.

ducklingkakā keiki

ductalveolar duct, in anatomy. pūʻali nōiki. sweat duct. puka kikī hou.

duemanawa kūpono. the debt is due, hiki mai ka manawa uku. to aspire to more than is one's due, piʻikoi.

due processalso due process of law. i ke kaʻina kānāwai.

due tosee because.

duelhakakā, pepehi lua; hakakā pahi (sword); hakakā pūpanapana (pistol).

duesuku kūmau.

duetleo lua, leokū pālua.

dukekuke, duke.

dulcimerkukima.

dull₁not sharp. kūmūmū, mūmū, ʻoi ʻole. also: ʻamumū, manumanu, haumanumanu, pahupahu, māhani, mene, kaʻakumu, pihi, peue, mani, hāmani.

dull₂slow-witted. lolohi, maluhi, molohi, poluhi, kūloma, kohelemu, lolōiele, mānoanoa.

dull₃uninteresting. hoihoiʻole, manakā, leʻaleʻa ʻole, pāmalō, kūkaikea.

dullnot shiny. hāpaʻupaʻu.

dumbleo paʻa, mūmule, ʻāʻā. struck dumb, hakanū.

dumbsee ignorance.

dummysee you dummy.

dumpkahua waiho ʻōpala, waihona ʻōpala, kiʻona. also: wahi hoʻāhu ʻōpala, hoʻoleina moka, ahu kūkae, kehena, olomehani.

dumphoʻohanini. dump truck. kalaka hoʻohanini. to dump, in volleyball. hōʻanuʻu.

dump truckkalaka hoʻohanini

dumplingpalaoa mokumoku, palaoa lūlū.

dumplingspalaoa mokumoku, palaoa pakūpakū, palaoa keko.

dumpypoupou, paiāhaʻa.

duncepoʻo ʻolohaka.

dunce cappāpale kone.

dunepuʻe. sand dune, puʻe one, puʻu one.

dune buggykaʻa holo one.

dungkūkae; kūkae manu (bird).

dung heapkiʻona, hoʻoleina moka, ahu kūkae.

dungareesʻāhina, ʻāhinahina.

dungeonlua paʻahao.

dunkpenu, pepenu, hoʻopenu.

dunkto dunk (the ball), in basketball. pakā, ʻūpoʻi. to slam dunk. pākī.

duodecimalkuokekimala, duodekimala.

duplicatelua, lua like, kope.

duplicateas in a computer program. lua like.

duplicityhana maʻalea, hoʻopunipuni.

durablepaʻa, mau.

durationin music. hua mele.

DurhamKulahama, Durahama.

duringʻoiai, ʻoi, i ka wā o.

duskmōlehu, mōlehulehu, mōlelehu, pōlehulehu, pūlehulehu, liʻulā; ʻehu ahiahi (fig.).

dusktwilight. mōlehulehu, hola mōlehulehu.

dustehu lepo, kuehu, ehu, ʻehu, uahi, lelehuna, lepo ʻaeʻae. dust of morning, ehu kakahiaka. dust of evening, ehu ahiahi. dust streamer, kōwelo ʻeʻa. dust particle, huna lepo. dust cloud, ʻeʻa. dust column or cloud, piʻolepo. red dust, alaʻula. wind-blown dust, ʻeʻa; wilikōī (rare). to scatter dust, huʻalepo, kaiehu. to dust, as furniture, kāwele, kāhili lepo. You are dust, and to dust you shall return (Kin. 3:19) , he lepo nō ʻoe, ā e hoʻi hou aku ʻoe i ka lepo.

dustehu lepo, ehu. chalk dust. ehu poho. to brush or apply lightly a thin coat, such as sulphur to a plant. kāehuehu. to dust with a cloth. kāwele. to dust with a dry cloth. kāwele maloʻo. to dust with a damp cloth. kāwele maʻū. to dust with a duster. kāhilihili. see duster.

dustermea kāhilihili. see dust.

dustfall jaras for scientific experiments. ʻōmole ʻapo hunahuna.

dustpan ehu lepo (preceded by ke).

dustyehu, ehu lepo, ʻeʻa; pōhūhū (rare).

dusty millerhinahina ʻaʻala.

DutchHōlani.

duty₁obligation. pono, hana, mahele hana. Duty before pleasure, hoʻokō hana mamua o ka leʻaleʻa (see hoʻokō).

duty₂customs. kuke. to pay duty, uku i ke kuke.

dw

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dwarfpeke, ʻāʻā, haʻa. also: kualiʻi, haʻakualiʻi, kupaliʻi, ʻiʻi, ʻakiki, noʻonoʻi, ʻanini, maʻihi (these are terms for short people; there may have been no dwarfs in ancient Hawaiʻi; cf. ʻĀʻāhualiʻi, (HM 338)).

dwellnoho

dwellermea noho. shore dwellers, nā kānaka o kai, noho kai, kō kula kai.

dwellingnohona, noho ʻana. dwelling house, hale noho. dwelling place, wahi noho, kahi noho. dwelling in peace, noho aloha.

dwindlingemiemi, kōlīliʻi.

dy

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dyewai, waihoʻoluʻu, wai ʻele, wai ʻeleʻele. also: weʻa, hili, kūhili; kūpenu (by dipping); kiʻolena, hōlei, kīheʻaheʻa palaʻā. dye colors: ʻōlenalena (yellow); puakai (red); nao (dark red); pōkohukohu (made of noni root); ʻākala (raspberry or thimbleberry juice). dye cup, kā kāpala; kākākau, pahu palapala (rare). to extract dye colors, hōʻawa.

dye plantʻalaea, kūmauna.

dyehousehale hoʻoluʻu.

dynamitekianapauka.

dysentery, kulu. bloody dysentery, hī koko. a disease with characteristics of dysentery, ʻōkuʻu, ʻōkuʻu lepo heheʻe. weak from dysentery, ʻōhemo.

dyspepsiakikepepekia.

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