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eachkēlā mea kēia mea, pākahi.

eagerake, ʻiʻini.

eagleʻaeko. golden eagle, ʻaeko kula.

eaglebald eagle. ʻāeko poʻo hina, ʻāeto poʻo hina.

earpepeiao; ʻeʻeiao (rare); piko (tip). for inner ear, see niu kuli. protruding ears, pepeiao manana. ears pressing close to the head, pepeiao pili. infected ear, pepeiao pilau, pepeiao hohono. ear bone, kumu pepeiao. ear drum, pahu kani. ear of corn, hua kūlina.

earear lobe. lepe pepeiao. inner ear cavity, cochlea. haka moʻoni.

ear lobelepe₂

earachepepeiao ʻeha.

earlsame as count

earlykoke, mua, hiki mua, mikiʻala. early morning, kakahiaka nui.

earlyma mua o ka manawa, ma mua o ka hola. beforehand, pre-. hiki mua. early registration. kāinoa hiki mua.

earmarkkila, kuni.

earnloaʻa.

earnestkūoʻo. to take things in earnest, hōʻiʻo.

earningsloaʻa.

earphonepihi lohe (preceded by ke). see headphone.

earringkulapepeiao (for various kinds, see kulapepeiao). also: apo, apo pepeiao (hoop-shaped).

earth₁world. ao, honua, ʻāina, paʻa-i-lalo. foundation of the earth, papa honua. globe of the earth, kāhonua. origin of the earth, kumu honua.

earth₂dirt. lepo; ʻalaea (soluble); lepo paʻa, kahua paʻa (solid); lepo ʻulaʻula, māʻulaʻula (red); kūlapa (piled on side of ditch). to come out of the earth, as a spring, hū honua. to soften the earth, as for planting, ʻekuʻeku. earth oven, umu lepo. earth protuberance, kio honua. earth ridge, iwi. earth pot, ipu lepo. the earth-devouring woman, ka wahineʻai honua (Pele).

Earththe planet. Honua. see core, crust, globe, mantle.

earth metalalkaline earth metal, one of the family of elements in group 2 of the periodic table. mekala honua ʻākilikai. see alkali metal.

earthquakeōlaʻi.

earthquakeōlaʻi. see aftershock. epicenter. kiko ōlaʻi.

earthwormkoʻe honua.

earwaxkokuli.

earwig.

easemaha, nanea, walea, ʻoluea, puʻuhoʻomaha. see saying, taro. to ease pain, hoʻomāmā, hoʻonā, hoʻomālie; paʻapaʻanā (rare). to ease your grief, hoʻomāmā i kou kaumaha. to do with ease, as of long custom, hana walea. at ease, ʻolu, hālūlā, lōliʻi, mōhalu, mōhaluhalu; hōʻoluʻolu (military command).

easedpono, , māmā (of pain, ache, or distress).

easellāʻau kiʻi.

easel pena kiʻi.

easementsee palapala hoʻomalu.

easilyhikiwale, wale, maʻalahi. easily handled, miliʻopu.

easthikina; ʻelelani, ʻeleiālani (priests' names). to the east, manaʻe, ma ka hikina.

easthikina. abb. hk. see entries below.

East China Seake Kai ʻo Kina Hikina.

East IndianʻInia.

East IndiesʻInia Hikina.

East Siberian Seake Kai ʻo Siberia Hikina.

EasterKa lā i ala hou ai ka Haku (Protestant); Pakoa (Catholic); mōliaola.

easternhikina, lā hiki, naʻe. eastern hemisphere. ʻaoʻao hikina. eastern sun, lā hiki.

Eastern Europealso Eastern European. ʻEulopa Hikina.

eastern hemispherepoepoe hapa hikina. see hemisphere.

EastportIkepoka.

easyhikiwale, maʻalahi. see sayings, ʻamaʻama, hāhāpaʻakai, girl. to lead an easy life, ʻai aliʻi, ʻai i kalo moʻa, kālelemuku, hoʻopaulinalina.

easygoingwaipahē, ʻoluʻolu, hilu, waliwali, wawali. cf. worry.

eatʻai, ʻai iho, amu, hoʻopiha; eat heartily, hoʻomāʻona, hoʻonuʻu, nuʻu, noʻu, hiala ʻai, kīhamu, haupa; eat much, ʻai nui, ʻai ā hewa ka waha, ʻai lau, pākela ʻai, pakeʻai (see stuffed and sayings, koʻu, lua, lip); eat enormously, ʻai ā manō; eat greedily, ʻai ā puaʻa; eat little, without relish, , pūpū ʻai, mīnole, hoʻomahu, hoʻopā iki, niole, māna ʻai, muni; eat fastidiously or slowly, mīkole, ʻoninini, akaʻai. longing to eat, puni ʻai, pehu. ways to eat (other); hamu, nome, ʻai kau, ʻai ʻuhaʻuha, ʻai noa, ʻai kapu, kūpaʻakai; ʻai kohana (alone); mīkoi, miki pāpālua, miki pālua, kūpuʻu, ʻōpū palula, ʻūkaʻe, halalē; ʻai pilau, ʻai pala maunu (of sorcerers). a call to eat, kāhea ʻai. eat all you want, ʻai ā māʻona. an invitation in chant or song to eat: ʻai ā hewa ka waha, ʻo ka leo ka uku! eat until the mouth can have no more, [my] reward, [your] voice!

eat rawʻaiwaha

eat rawʻaiwaha

eatenʻai ʻia, ʻaina. fig. expressions for one who has eaten much: kāhela, lua, pae Have you eaten? Mā ʻona ʻoe?

eatingʻaʻai (as a sore).

eating companionhoaʻai.

eating househale ʻaina.

eavesʻanini (preceded by ke).

eavesdrophoʻolohelohe ʻōlelo, hoʻolono.

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ebbemi, emiemi. also: laumeki, hanuʻu, kāoʻo, nioke; pohī. ebbing sea, kai hoʻi, kai emi.

ebonylama, ʻēponi; ēlama (rare).

ec

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eccentricʻano ʻē.

eccentriclalaʻē.

EcclesiastesKekahuna.

echokūpinaʻi, leo kūpinaʻi, nakulu, papā, hākuʻi, wawā.

eclipsepouli. lunar eclipse, pouli ka mahina. solar eclipse, pouli holoʻokoʻa ʻana o ka lā (total). partial eclipse, pouli hapa.

ecologistkanaka kālaikaiaola

ecologykālaikaiaola. see ecosystem.

economic developmenthoʻomohala waiwai. Hawaiʻi State Department of Planning and Economic Development. ʻOihana Hoʻolālā a me ka Hoʻomohala Waiwai o ka Mokuʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi.

economicalmakauliʻi, minamina, pākiko; hoʻopī (extremely).

economicskālaihoʻokele waiwai. see economy. home economics. mākau nohona home.

economynoʻeau hoʻokele waiwai.

economizehoʻomakauliʻi.

economyhoʻokele waiwai. see economic development, economics. command economy. hoʻokele waiwai mana kahi. free-market economy. hoʻokele waiwai lanakila.

ecosystemkaiaola. see ecology.

Ecuadoralso Ecuadoran, Ecuadorean, Ecuadorian. ʻEkuakola, ʻEkuadora.

EcuadorianʻEkuakola, Ekuadora.

eczemapiele (on the scalp).

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eddyau, wiliau, wiliwai, ʻokeʻe.

eddywiliau. see galaxy.

edemaʻalaneo, pehu.

EdenʻĒkena, Edena. Garden of Eden, Kīhāpai o ʻĒkena, mahina ʻai ma ʻĒkena.

edgekaʻe, kapa, kihi, lihi, nīao, maka, nihi, kūkulu, huʻa, peʻa, haʻi, kīkepa, mukaʻe; kauhuhu, hanahanai (of a precipice, rare). water's edge, ʻae kai. edge of time units, especially of late night, pili. forest edge, pili lāʻau. two-edged, maka lua. to edge away, neʻe aku, koene. teeth set on edge, mania ka niho.

edgeas of a three-dimensional geometric figure. kaʻe. see straightedge.

edgeʻaekahakai

edgeʻaekahakai

edge feedto edge feed, as paper into a printer or copy machine. hānai kaʻe.

ediblehiki ke ʻai ʻia. edible herb, lāʻau iki ʻai ʻia.

edictkānāwai.

EdinburghʻEkinapolo, Edinaboro.

edithoʻoponopono.

editto edit, as on a computer. hoʻololi. see entries below. edit screen, in a computer program. pukaaniani hoʻoponopono. list editor or screen. pukaaniani kolamu ʻikepili.

editto edit, as movies or movie productions. hoʻoponopono kiʻiʻoniʻoni. see editing facility, editor. to edit, as videos or video productions. hoʻoponopono wikiō. to edit sound, as for a movie or video production. hoʻoponopono kani.

editing facilityfor movies. hale hoʻoponopono kiʻiʻoniʻoni. for videos. hale hoʻoponopono wikiō

editionpaʻi ʻana, hoʻopuka ʻana. first edition, hoʻopuka mua. second edition, hoʻopuka ʻelua. third edition, ke kolu o ka paʻi ʻana.

editionas in a computer program. hua loulou.

editorluna hoʻoponopono.

editoralso coordinator, manager, etc., as in producing a movie or video. luna. assemble editor. luna hoʻokuʻikuʻi. sound editor. luna hoʻoponopono kani.

educatehoʻonaʻauao.

educatedhoʻonaʻauaoʻia.

educationaʻo palapala, hoʻonaʻauao. see Board of Education, Department of Education. to seek education, ʻimi naʻauao.

educationalternative education, as a school program. hoʻonaʻauao kaʻaʻokoʻa. gifted education. hoʻonaʻauao haumāna lololo. education support staff. kākoʻo hoʻonaʻauao.

educationalhoʻonaʻauao. educational system, ʻoihana hoʻonaʻauao.

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eelpuhi (for various kinds, see puhi and following entries); kuna, iʻa; puhi ʻīniʻiniki (infant); ʻauʻaukī, puakī, ʻōilo(young). eel-catching stick, haoa puhi. eel hole, lua puhi. eel tentacle, ʻawe puhi. an eel of the billows, the sagging chin protrudes, ka puhi o ka ʻale, ahu ke ʻolo (of a wealthy person).

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effecthopena, hoʻokō, hua. take effect, kaʻa (as medicine); ʻoʻoki (as kava intoxication).

effecthopena see cause.

effectshiʻohiʻona. see sound. printer effects, as on a computer printer. hiʻohiʻona paʻi. special effects. hiʻohiʻona naʻiau. to add special effects. hoʻonaʻiau (i ka hiʻohiʻona). to have special effects. naʻiau.

effeminatekohu wahine, hoʻowahine.

effervescehuahuaʻi, pipiʻi, piʻipiʻi, .

effervescent solutionpaʻakaihū.

efficiencymākaukau, miki, mikimiki.

efforthoʻāʻo, hoʻāho. to make a great effort, hoʻoikaika, hōʻikaika.

effortlesswalea.

eg

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egghua, hua moa (chicken); kalapaki (double-yolked); huamakani (yolkless); huaʻaluʻalu (with a very soft shell). see yolk. hard-boiled egg, hua moʻa loa. soft-boiled egg, hua moʻa hapa. scrambled egg, kai hua, hua pākā. fried egg, hua palai. rotten egg, hua āelo. white of an egg, ēwe o ka hua moa, kauō keʻokeʻo; ēwe (rare). eggs deposited by flies, kūkaelā. fish eggs, kowaū. to lay an egg, hoʻoluʻa. to lay many eggs, huahua.

eggwhite or yolk. kauō. egg white. kauō keʻokeʻo. egg yolk. kauō melemele.

egg basketʻie huamoa

egg basketʻie huamoa

eggplantlahopipi.

egotismsee proud.

egretgeneral term. ʻalekuʻu. see heron. cattle egret. ʻalekuʻu kau pipi.

Egyptalso Egyptian. ʻAikupika, ʻAikupita, ʻAigupita.

EgyptianʻAikupika, Aigupita.

ei

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eightʻewalu, walu, ʻawalu. eight times, ʻewalu. to divide by eight, eightfold, to have eight, pāwalu. eight o'clock, kani ka hola ʻewalu. hina's pig child has eight eyes (FS 197), ʻewalu maka o ke keiki puaʻa a hina (eight was a sacred or formulistic number).

eighteenʻumi kūmāwalu, ʻumi kumamāwalu.

eighthwalu. eighth part, one eighth, hapawalu.

eighth notein music. hua mele hapawalu.

eighth restin music. hoʻomaha hapawalu.

eight-string ʻukuleleʻukulele ʻewalu kaula.

eightykanawalu.

eighty-eightkanawalu kūmāwalu, kanawalu kumamāwalu.

eighty-fivekanawalu kūmālima, kanawalu kumamālima.

eighty-fourkanawalu kūmāhā, kanawalu kumamāhā.

eighty-ninekanawalu kūmāiwa, kanawalu kumamāiwa.

eighty-onekanawalu kūmākahi, kanawalu kumamākahi.

eighty-sevenkanawalu kūmāhiku, kanawalu kumamāhiku.

eighty-sixkanawalu kūmāono, kanawalu kumamāono.

eighty-threekanawalu kūmākolu, kanawalu kumamākolu.

eighty-twokanawalu kūmālua, kanawalu kumamālua.

EISEnvironmental Impact Statement. palapala hōʻike hopena kaiapuni.

eitherkekahi. I don't either, ʻaʻole ʻo au kekahi. Either or Hina, Kū aiʻole Hina.

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ejectkipaku, hoʻokuke; kikī (as octopus ink).

ejectto eject, as a disk from a computer or a video cassette from a vcr. kīpeku.

ejectavolcanic ejecta. pōhāhā. see spatter cone.

ejectionkipaku. document for ejection, palapala hoʻopiʻi kipaku.

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El Salvadoralso Salvadoran, Salvadorian. ʻEla Salavadora.

elapsehala, pau.

elapsedkaʻahope. elapsed time. hola kaʻahope.

elasticlaholio, ʻolu, nolu, napa, ʻapiʻapi; ʻapeʻape.

elbowkuʻekuʻe, kuʻekuʻe lima, kuʻe lima; kuʻi (as of a pipe). to elbow, hoʻokuʻekuʻe, kuʻe, hoʻokē, nakuʻe.

elderkahiko aʻe; kaikuaʻana (sibling of the same sex); lunakahiko (church). elder relative, pili mua.

elderberrypīʻai ʻelepeli.

elderlyʻāoʻo, oʻo, makule.

eldestsee elder. eldest child, makahiapo, hiapo.

electkoho, hoʻokoho.

electionkoho, koho pāloka. election day, lā koho. election season, kau koho pāloka. election teller, helu pāloka. primary election, koho wae mua, koho mua.

electionprimary election. koho pāloka wae moho, wae moho. closed primary election. wae moho kūloko. open primary election. wae moho kūākea. general election. koho pāloka laulā.

electivekoho. see required. elective class, course, as in school. papa koho. elective credit. ʻai koho. elective coursework, curriculum. papa haʻawina koho.

electoras in the United States Electoral College. ʻelele manakoho.

electorspoʻe koho.

electricuila, uwila. electric bus, kaʻa uila. electric stove, kapuahi uila. electric light, kukui uila. electric light bulb, aniani kukui uila. electric fan, peʻahi uila.

electricelectric blanket. kapa uila. electric circuit. puni uila. electric current. au uila. electric charge. ikehu uila. neutral charge. ikehu uila hohoki, ikehu uila. see items below and brush, charge, conductor, fan.

electric drillnaowili uila

electric drillnaowili uila

electric outletpani uila

electric outletpani uila

electric plugpalaka uila

electric plugpalaka uila

electric sawpahi olo uila

electric sawpahi olo uila

electric shockto give an electric shock. omo, miki. to give a severe electric shock. ʻūmiʻi.

electricalelectrical force field. kāʻei manehu uila. see force. electrical outlet. puka uila. see plug.

electriciankanaka hana uila.

electrician's tapecloth duct tape. leki uea.

electricityuila, uwila.

electricityuila. geothermal electricity. uila māhu pele. hydroelectricity. uila wai kahe. wind-generated electricity. uila huila makani. see thermoelectricity.

electrodeʻūholo uila. see anode, cathode.

electrolysisalso to be affected by electrolysis. uila. to utilize the process of electrolysis. hoʻopā uila.

electromagneticehuwewe

electronhuna ʻine. see neutron, proton.

electronic mailsee e-mail.

eleemosynaryʻimi i ka pono o ke kanaka.

eleganthoʻohiehie, hīhīmanu, hiluhilu.

elegantfancy. hoʻohiluhilu.

elementkumumea. traditional elements of Hawaiian poetry, story telling, oratory, and narration. meiwi.

elementtrace element. kumumea ʻāweʻaweʻa.

elementarykumu mua.

elementary classroomlumi papa haʻahaʻa

elementary classroomlumi papa haʻahaʻa

elementary schoolkula haʻahaʻa

elementary schoolkula haʻahaʻa

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

elepaiosee flycatcher.

elephantʻelepane, ʻelepani. elephant tusk, niho ʻelepani.

elephantiasiskewe, maʻiʻelepani. cf. pehu kumu niu.

elevatehāpai, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, hōʻiu, hiu, hoʻopinana. to elevate oneself by boasting of chiefly associates, pai aliʻi.

elevatedhoʻokiʻekiʻe; kaʻanuʻa (place). elevated train, kaʻaahi kau i ka lewa.

elevated trainas the Japan monorail. kaʻaahi kau lewa.

elevationkiʻekiʻena, huku, nuʻu; ʻōhū (hill).

elevationkiʻekiʻena. elevation pole, as for surveying. lāʻau ana kiʻekiʻena. see range pole, sighter.

elevatorʻeleweka.

elevenʻumi kūmākahi, ʻumi kumamākahi.

elfsee legendary beings.

elfmūwao

elfmūwao

elf owlpueo peke.

eligiblekūpono, kohu.

eliminatekāpae, hoʻopau, hoʻokaʻawale.

elkʻēleka.

ellipsepōʻai lōʻihi.

ellipsepōʻai lōʻihi analahi, ʻololaha analahi. see oval.

ellipsisin punctuation. kiko kolu.

ellipticalkaiahōkū ʻololaha

elmlāʻau kaʻa. (KJV)

elongatehoʻolōʻihi, hoʻooloolo.

elongatedoloolo.

elopemahuka e male, male malū.

eloquentmīkololohua, mīkolohua, mīkolelehua, maiele, poeko. see idiom, current.

elseʻē aʻe. someone else, kahi, kekahi, haʻi. or else, iʻole. What else? he aha hou aʻe?

elsewherema kahi ʻē, ʻē.

eludeʻalo, pakele aku.

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emaciatedwīwī loa, iwiiwi, hakahaka. also: ʻamopuʻu, māilo, hōmale, hōmali, puhipalalā.

emaciatedkalawī

e-mailelectronic mail, as in telecommunication. leka uila.

emasculatedpoʻa.

embalmediʻaloa. embalmed body, iʻaloa.

embankmenthoʻāhua. also: ʻopi wai; kāhonua (dirt); pale kai, kuakua. embankment newly made, kuakuakū. to build an embankment, hoʻopaepae. process of packing earth to make an embankment, kuakuakū.

embarkeʻe, hoʻoili.

embarrasshoʻohilahila, palai.

embarrassedhilahila, hoʻopalai, palaina.

embassynohona kuhina, ʻemepake.

embezzlementʻāpuka, ʻaihue i ka waiwai i hāʻawi ʻia mai e mālama ʻia.

embitterhōʻawaʻawa, hoʻomālailena.

embitteredʻawaʻawahia, loko liʻu.

emblemhōʻailona.

embodyhoʻokino.

embracepūʻili, pūliki, pūlikiliki, pūʻiki, pili koke, ʻāpona, kūwili, apo; embrace tightly, kilipue, pukukuʻi.

embroiderhumulau, ʻōniʻoniʻo.

embroilkūhihi.

embryoaka (at the moment of conception); hāuli, ʻele. embryo of (said of a child born on the night or day of ), ʻele Kū.

emeraldʻemelala, ʻōmaʻomaʻo, pōhaku ʻōmaʻomaʻo.

emergepuka, pua; ʻōkū, hoʻāpuka (rare).

emergencyulia pōpilikia, pilikia kūhewa.

emergencypōulia. emergency room or facility. keʻena mālama pōulia.

emergentemergent layer of vegetation, as trees sticking out at top. papa ʻoiʻoi. see vegetation layer.

emeticlāʻau hoʻopiʻi, lāʻau hoʻopiʻipiʻi, hoʻoluaʻi.

emigratepukaneʻe. see immigrate.

emigrationpoʻe hele mai ka ʻāina aku. see Bureau of Emigration.

eminent domainlawe ʻana i ka waiwai no nā hana o ka lehulehu.

eminent domainthe 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.

emirʻemila.

emirʻemila, ʻemira. see emirate.

emirateaupuni ʻemila, aupuni ʻemira. see emir. United Arab Emirates. Aupuni ʻEmira ʻAlapia hui ʻia.

emissionaoea ʻiona

emission lineehuwewe malele

emittedhoʻopuka, hoʻokī.

emotionno general term, but emotions may be described by descriptive words following puʻuwai, naʻau, or puʻupaʻa (rare), or piʻi ka, as puʻuwai hauʻoli, happiness, piʻi ka huhū, to be angry; pīhoihoi, hoʻolokuloku, piʻoloke, mālani, auālipo; kipona (strong), uluhua, mokuāhua, pilihua (as grief, sorrow, anger), ulu; hakukoʻi; olokē (as speech); hōpūpū (of hate, love, lust). see idioms, hauli, outrigger float. words of emotion, piʻipiʻi ʻōlelo. transported with emotion, lalawe ke kino. to feel emotion of love, hū aʻe ke aloha.

emotionalpīhoihoi, pono ʻole ka manaʻo. emotional crisis, kipona koʻikoʻi loa. emotional disturbances, ʻīloli, hoʻīloli. emotionally excited, as with hate, love, lust, hōpūpū.

emotional stressʻaloʻahia.

emperorʻemepela.

Emperor SeamountsKa pae mauna kai ʻo ʻEmepela.

emphasizehoʻokoʻikoʻi, kālele leo, kālele manaʻo.

emphatickoʻikoʻi.

empireaupuni ʻemepela, ʻemepaea.

empireaupuni ʻemepela.

employhoʻohana (use), hoʻolimalima, hai (hire). He employs six servants, ʻeono āna kānaka hana.

employedpaʻa i ka hana; kaʻakaʻahiki (rare).

employeepoʻe hana, limahana.

employerhaku, haku hana. female employer, haku wahine.

employmenthana, ʻoihana, hoʻohana. steady employment, hana paʻa. employment committee, kōmike ʻimi hana. to accept employment, lawe i ka hana. to begin employment, komo i ka hana.

empowerhoʻomana, hoʻāmana.

empressʻemepela wahine.

emptinesshakahaka, ʻalaneo.

emptyhakahaka, haka, ʻolohaka. also: nea, neanea, neoneo, ʻōnea, ʻōneanea, neo; kaʻele (as a bowl). an empty house, he hale noho ʻole ʻia. to go empty-handed, hele wale. to slosh a canoe back and forth so as to empty sea water, pāuma.

emptyas a bowl. hakahaka, kaʻele.

empty trashto empty trash, as in a computer program. kīloi.

emulationas in a computer printer. hoa māhuʻi.

en

ena    enc    end    ene    enf    eng    enh    eni    enj    enl    enm    eno    enr    ens    ent    enu    env    enz    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

enacthoʻoholo, kau, hoʻomana. enacting clause, ʻōlelo hoʻoholo.

enactedholo, hoʻoholo ʻia. be it enacted, e hoʻoholoʻia.

enamelʻenamela.

enamelpena paʻa mania.

Enceladusa small moon of Saturn. ʻEnekelakuke.

enchanthoʻokalakupua, hoʻohiaʻai, hoʻohei manaʻo, heihei, hoʻoheihei.

enchantedheihei.

enchanterhoʻokalakupua; mea nānā moʻo, kilo, kilokilolani; mākoi (Biblical).

enchantmentkilokilo. to use enchantment, hoʻokalakupua, kūkā, moʻo.

encirclepōʻai, anapuni, ʻaipuni, kaʻapuni, kāʻai, kākai.

enclosepuni, kaʻapuni.

enclosure. enclosure for animals, pā holoholona. canoe enclosure, pā waʻa. circular enclosure, as about a fishpond, pā puni. taboo enclosure, pālama, paehumu.

encodeto encrypt, as computer data. hoʻopāʻālua, see code, unencrypt.

encompasskaʻapuni, ʻaipuni, puana.

encorehana hou.

encouragehoʻopaipai, paipai, hoʻopai, pai, hāpai, hoʻoikaika, hōʻikaika, hoʻolana, hōʻeu, hōʻeuʻeu, hoʻokāʻeuʻeu, hoʻohana, hoʻohoihoi, lale, hoʻolale, kīpaipai, hoʻokokonoiʻe, haʻinole.

encouragea prefix meaning to encourage, laud; -ism, a suffix in English meaning devotion or adherence to something. pai-. see Hawaiian entries beginning with pai-.

encouragementʻōlelo paipai.

encroachmentin football. lele ʻē. see offsides. defensive encroachment. lele ʻē na ke kūpale.

encrustedpāpaʻapū; niʻi (with salt); pakalua (as with grime or rust).

encryptsee encode.

encyclopediapuke hōʻike pōkole no kēlā me kēia mea.

encyclopediapuke noiʻi kūʻikena.

endpau ʻana, panina, hope. to end, hoʻopau, hoʻōki. also: nuku, wēlau, ʻēlau, welelau, welewelelau, kīkīpani; kiko (as of a fish pole); poʻo (as of a cane, rope, or pole); wāwae (as of a rainbow); puku (rare). see pīpī

endof a sporting field or court. poʻo (preceded by ke), kumu. see line, side. end line or base line, as on a basketball court. laina hīnaʻi, laina hupa, laina kumu, laina poʻo. end zone, on a football field. pahu ʻai holo.

enddefensive end, in football. pūkaha. see safety. left defensive end. pūkaha hema. right defensive end. pūkaha ʻākau. split end. lala. tight end. muku.

end useras of computer programs. mea hoʻohana.

endangeredʻane halapohe, ʻane make loa, ʻane nalowale loa. see entry below and extinct.

Endangered Species ActKānāwai Lāhulu ʻAne Halapohe.

endearinghoʻālohaloha. endearing terms: nūnū maka onaona (see dove); kole maka onaona (see kole); kūmū (slang); milimili, lei, aloha, kuʻu ʻōnohi, hiwahiwa, pua mae ʻole, aloha makamae. the singular possessives kuʻu, my, and , your, are endearing, and the inclusive pronouns kāua and kākou, as well as the demon. nei, as in Hawaiʻi nei, my [beloved] Hawaiʻi. cf. (Gram. 12).

endeavorhoʻāʻo, hoʻoikaika, ʻimi pono, naʻi. see Christian Endeavor Society.

endeavoringnaʻina.

endedpau.

endemicʻāpaʻakuma. endemic plant. meakanu ʻāpaʻakuma.

endinghopena, ʻokina, panina, pau ʻana.

endlesspau ʻole, mau loa, hoʻolāʻau.

endnoteas in a book or research paper. kuhia o hope. see note, footnote.

endocrine glandlōkuʻu kuʻuloko. see entry below and exocrine gland.

endocrine systemin biology. ʻōnaehana hōmona.

endorseʻāpono, kākau kākoʻo; kākau inoa (as a check).

endoskeletoniwi kūloko. see exoskeleton.

endothermicomo wela. see exothermic.

endowhoʻolako, hoʻoili.

endowmentpuʻu kālā kūmau.

endowment fundwaihona ō, waihona kālā kūmau.

endpiecesee canoe.

endpointin math. piko.

endurehoʻomanawanui, ahonui, mau, ʻalo, ō, kāmauea, kūlōʻihi.

enemaʻūpī, hano, hahano, waikī, hoene. kinds: pahukaʻa, kaikea (kaikuehu, kaīkū), ʻoʻopuhue, waikea. to give an enema, hālalo.

enemyhoa paio, hoa kaua, hoa pāonioni, ʻenemi. to make an enemy, hōʻenemi.

energeticʻeleu, ʻeleʻeleu, hōʻeleʻeleu, ʻuleu, mahi, mikimiki, lapa. also: kīkā, maʻiha, kamaehu. not energetic, maʻuwele.

energyikehu. energy pyramid. pelamika ikehu. chemical energy. ikehu kemikala. kinetic energy. ikehu neʻe. nuclear energy. ikehu nukelea. potential energy. ikehu noho. solar energy wave. hawewe ikehu . thermal energy, i.e. the total energy of all the particles in an object. ikehu kāʻokoʻa. see calorimeter.

enfeeblehoʻonāwali, hoʻomalule.

enfoldkaʻawili, pākaʻawili, pakaʻuwili.

enforcehoʻokō, hoʻoholo. to enforce the law, hoʻokō kānāwai; hoʻoholo i ke kānāwai.

engaged₁occupied. paʻa, lilo; walea, nanea, luana (usually in a pleasant way); deeply engaged, papau.

engaged₂betrothed. palau, hoʻopalau.

engineʻenikini, ʻenekini, mīkini. locomotive engine, kaʻaahi. fire engine, kaʻa kinai ahi, kaʻa wai, kaʻa pauahi.

enginemaneuvering engine, as for a spacecraft. ʻenekini kīkaha.

engineerwilikī. civil engineer, wilikī kīwila, ʻenekinia kīwila.

engineerʻenekinia. mechanical engineer. ʻenekinia mīkini. production engineer, as for movie or video production. luna ʻenehana. assistant production engineer. hope luna ʻenehana. to engineer genetically. hoʻoliliuewe. genetic engineering. ka hoʻoliliuewe ʻana.

engineeringwilikī.

EnglandPelekane, ʻEnelani.

Englandalso Britain, British, English (of England), English person. Pelekāne, ʻEnelani. see British, English.

EnglishPelekane, Pelekania, Beretania, haole. English language, ʻōlelo Pelekane, ʻōlelo haole, namu haole.

Englishalso British, Britain. Pelekānia. see British, England. of England. Pelekāne, ʻEnelani. English language. ʻōlelo Pelekānia.

EnglishmanPelekane, haole.

engraftpākuʻi.

engravekaha, kālai. to cut or engrave in copper or brass, kaha keleawe.

engraverkaha mekala, kaha keleawe.

engrossedlilo, lilo loa, papau.

enhancedto be enhanced, have special effects. naʻiau. see effects.

enhancedor expanded, as a computer keyboard. keu. enhanced keyboard. papa pihi keu.

Enifa star. Mākaʻi.

enjoinkauoha, kauleo.

enjoyluana, walea, nanea, hoʻohoihoi, ʻoliʻoli, leʻa. to enjoy a life of ease; see taro.

enjoyablenanea, hoʻonanea, walea, leʻaleʻa, kapakapa, luakaha.

enjoymentʻoliʻoli, hauʻoli, hoihoi. My enjoyment is completely gone (UL 251), pau ai koʻu lihi hoihoi.

enlargehoʻonui, hoʻomāhua, hoʻomāhuahua, hoʻomākōmakō; hoʻolele (as a picture).

enlargedhoʻonui ʻia. also: kēkē, kōlikoliko, kiʻimanana, kīlaha, nupa.

enlargementkiʻi hoʻolele (of a picture).

enlightenhoʻomālamalama, kaiao.

enlightenednaʻauao, ao.

enlightenmentaokanaka, mālamalama.

enlistkomo no ka makemake.

enmityinaina. to feel enmity, hōʻenemi, ʻenemi.

enormousnui hewahewa.

enoughlawa, nui, lawa puni, kaʻakaʻalawa, ana, pūlawa. to be enough, kaʻa i ka lawa.

enrapturedhoʻohihi, hoʻohei.

enrichhoʻowaiwai, hoʻolakolako.

enrichto improve the nutritive value of something. hoʻopaiola. enriched. hoʻopaiola ʻia. to increase knowledge. hoʻonui ʻike. enrichment book, challenge book. puke hoʻonui ʻike.

enrollkākau inoa, hoʻopaʻa inoa.

ensignlepa.

enslavehoʻokauā, hoʻokuapaʻa, hoʻopaʻaua.

ensnarehoʻopunihei, hei, hoʻoheihei, hoʻokāhihi, huahualau, pahele; kāwili (as birds).

ensnaredpunihei, heia, miko.

entanglehihi, hoʻohihi, hei. also: kūhihi, kauhihi, hoʻokāhihi, hehei, kāwili, kāʻekā, hauhilikī, hoʻowiʻu, pahili. to be involved in an entangling affair of any sort, pili hihia.

entangledhihia, kāhihi, hihipeʻa, hakakē, punihei, hauhili, hauhauhili, hili hewa, pohihihi, hilikau, mauhili, kāʻekā, auwalakī, kīkoʻolā, heheia, heia, peʻapeʻa; wiʻu (as a kite).

entanglementhihia. also: hihi, hihina, kāhihi, hili hewa. to cause entanglement, hoʻohihi.

enterkomo, hoʻokomo; ukokomo (together), ulu, unu. to enter by mistake, komohewa. to enter without ceremony or permission, komo wale.

enterto enter or input, as typing data into a computer database or calculator. kāhuakomo. to send or enter data into a computer database or calculator after it has been typed. hoʻouna. to use the enter or return key on a computer or typewriter keyboard in order to return the cursor or carriage to the left margin on a new line; enter or return, as the key just above the shift key on a computer keyboard. kāhoʻi.

entertainhoʻokipa, hoʻohale kipa, hoʻohauʻoli, hoʻohoihoi. also: komo (as an emotion); paʻapaʻanā, hoʻopaʻapaʻanā.

entertainto entertain, as in a speech. mikolololehua. see speech. a speech to entertain, expressive speech. haʻiʻ ōlelo mikolololehua.

entertainermea hoʻoleʻaleʻa. see musician.

entertaininghoihoi. also: hoʻokāʻau, mīkololohua, mīkolohua, mīkolelehua, mikomiko.

entertainmentmea hoʻohauʻoli, hōʻikeʻike hoʻohauʻoli.

enthrallheihei.

enthusiasmʻoliʻoli nui, ohohia. to do with enthusiasm, kukupaʻu.

enthusiasticpiha ʻeu, kāʻeuʻeu, ohohia.

enticekono, hoʻokonokono, ʻume, hoʻohahai, hoʻowalewale. to entice a bird, kono manu.

entireholoʻokoʻa, kāʻokoʻa.

entirelyholoʻokoʻa, āpau, , ʻokoʻa, pau, lilo.

entirelyall. a pau.

entiretynui, ʻokoʻa.

entitlehoʻokuleana.

entityholoʻokoʻa. to establish as a seperate entity, hoʻokaʻawale.

entrailsnaʻau, loko; papaʻakōnāhua (rare). cord made from the entrails of an enemy, ʻahamoa.

entrance₁opening. komo ʻana, puka, ʻīpuka, nuku. entrance fee, uku komo. entrance permit, palapala ʻae e komo mai.

entrance₂to charm. hoʻohiaʻai, hoʻohoihoi, punihei, makahehi.

entraphoʻoheihei, hoʻokāhihi. see trap.

entreatkoi ikaika.

entrustedkauoha ʻia, waiho ʻia. one entrusted to speak for another, hoʻoilina ʻōlelo. see trust.

entryhoʻokomo ʻana. inward entry of goods, ho'okomo waiwai hoʻopae mai.

entryalso item, object. ʻikamu. see thesaurus entry.

entwinehoʻohihi, ʻāwili, kāwili, kāmola, ʻoai, ʻowai, hōʻoai.

enumeratehelu.

enumerationhelu, helu papa, moʻohelu.

enunciationhopunaʻōlelo.

envelophoʻopuni.

envelopewahī, wahī leka; ālaulau (rare); ʻaʻa (for a foetus).

environʻaipuni.

environmentʻano o ka nohona, nā mea e hoʻopuni ana. see place.

environmentkaiapuni. see medium. learning environment. kaiapuni aʻo. total healing environment. kaiapuni hoʻōla piha.

Environmental Impact StatementEIS. Palapala Hōʻike Hopena Kaiapuni.

envoyʻelele.

envylili, pāoni, huā; hoʻōioi (arouse); poʻokoi (rare).

enzymeʻūhū. see papain.

eo

eol    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

Eolithicin anthropology. Haku kūlohelohe. Eolithic age, period. Ke au haku kūlohelohe.

ep

epa    epe    eph    epi    epo    eps    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

epauletpīlali₄

epauletpīlali₄

epenthetic soundin linguistics. hua komo.

ephahʻapa, ʻepa.

ephodʻēpoka.

epicanthic foldmaka lilio.

epicenterkiko ōlaʻi.

epidemicmaʻi laulā, maʻi ahulau, ahulau, maʻi pālahalaha.

epidermisʻili luna.

epidermisin biology. ʻili kūwaho. see dermis.

epiglottispani paipu hanu (preceded by ke). see larynx, trachea.

epileptic seizurekauhola.

EpiphanyʻEpipania.

EpiscopalʻEpekopala.

EpiscopalianʻEpekopala, hoʻomana Pīhopa.

epistleʻepikekolo, ʻepikekole, episetole.

epithetʻōlelo kaena (lit., word of praise). see also taunt.

epochau, , auhonua.

epochalso age, era, period, as in athropology. au. see Eolithic, Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Aeneolithic.

EpsomʻEpesoma. Epsom salt. paʻakai ʻEpesoma.

epsom saltspaʻakai inu.

eq

equ    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

equallike, like ā like, lua, kaulike, paʻi; paʻi ā paʻi (as two persons); paʻi kau (rare). without equal, ana ʻole; lua ʻole; launa ʻole; ʻaʻohe mea nāna e paʻi i ke poʻo (see poʻo). equal ratio, lakio like, lakio like kūpono. see saying, kuapuʻu.

equalor equality, as a mathematical relation of being exactly the same. like. equal sign. kaha like. equal ratio. lākiō like. equal ly likely outcomes. like ka papaha o mea e loaʻa ana.

equalitykaulike.

equalitysee equal. equality property, in math. ʻanopili kaulike (preceded by ke).

equalizehoʻokaulike, hoʻolike, hoʻohālikelike.

equallylike ā like.

equationkaulike.

equationin math and science. haʻihelu. see problem. chemical equation. haʻihelu kemikala. balanced chemical equation. haʻihelu kemikala kaulike. linear equation. haʻihelu lālani. quadratic equation. haʻihelu pāhoʻonui lua. see quadratic function.

equationalʻaike

equationalʻaike

equational sentencepepeke ʻaike

equational sentencepepeke ʻaike

equatorpōʻai-waena-honua, ke alanui a ke kuʻukuʻu, alanui, piko-o-Wākea.

equatorkapikoowākea, pōʻai waena honua. see entries below. celestial equator. pōʻai waena lani.

Equatorial Countercurrentin oceanography. hiapo. see entry below and current.

equatorial currentin oceanography. au kāʻei pōʻai waena honua. see current, Equatorial Countercurrent.

Equatorial GuineaKini ʻEkuakolia.

equidistantin math. mamaoalike.

equilateral trianglehuinakolu like.

equilibriumanakonu. see isostasy.

equinoxmāuiili. see solstice. autumnal equinox. ka māuiili o ka hāʻulelau. vernal equinox. ka māuiili o ke kupulau.

equiphoʻolako, hoʻolawa. Well-equipped, hoʻolako maikaʻi ʻia, pākī, lawa puni, koʻakoʻa.

equipmentkuleana lako, lako, pono.

equipmentlako, pono. see props. breathing equipment, as for use in space exploration. lako hanu. video equipment. pono hana wikiō.

equitablefair, just, balanced. kaulike.

equitypono, kaulike.

equivalent expressionin math. haʻi heluna like.

equivalent fractionin math. hakina heluna like.

equivocalkākālule.

er

era    ere    eri    ero    err    eru    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

ermea, ʻā (as a speaker at a loss for words).

-er₁agent in Hawaiian is expressed in several ways. see driver, leader, paddler (agent same as act performed); actor, dancer, rider, translator (act performed preceded by mea or kanaka); teacher (term other than the action)

-er₂comparative degree. aʻe. ((Gram. 7.2)) ikaika aʻe, stronger.

era, paukū manawa, au, auau, auhonua.

eraalso age, epoch, period, as in athropology. au. see Eolithic, Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Aeneolithic.

eraseholoi.

erasesee white board.

erasermea holoi.

erasermea holoi, pale holoi, ʻileika.

erect, kūkulu. also: ʻūlepe (as a cock's comb); lāʻau, kano, koʻiʻi, ōnū, lalahū (as male organ); uluoʻa (rare). cf. puahuku. to become erect, , ea.

ErieʻElie.

EritreaʻElikilea.

erodealso eroded, erosion. ʻaʻaiawā. see weathered. eroded smooth. koea a mania. eroded or cut by waves, as a cliff. ʻaʻaianalu. wave-cut cliff. pali ʻaʻaianalu.

erodedʻai, ʻai ʻia, ʻaʻai, pao, poʻo, koea.

EromangaNānā-pua (name told to Boki in 1829).

erosionʻaʻai.

errhewa. also: hana hewa, hele hewa, lalau, halahū, kekeʻe; kupe, ʻōkupe (as in conduct); kuhihewa (in judgment).

errandhana.

errandhana, ʻāpana hana.

errorhewa, hala, paʻewa; ʻanuʻu (fig.). see sayings, carefully, reflect. typographical error, paʻi hewa. to wander in error, lalau hewa.

erroras in a computer program. kuʻia. see entry below and trial and error.

errorgreatest possible error, in math. palena ʻāluna o ka hewa. abb. pʻāh. overflow error, as on a calculator display. . logic error, as a message on a calculator display that shows an operation is not logical. hewa kūpili.

eruditionʻike. to display erudition, hoʻākamai.

eruptionluaʻi, pele, hū ka pele, luaʻi pele (volcanic); puʻupuʻu maneʻo, pīkela, huhune (skin). mattery eruption on the scalp, piele.

eruptionseries of volcanic eruptions. pūkaʻina pele.

es

esc    esk    eso    esp    ess    est    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

escalatoralapiʻi lawe ʻōhua.

escapepakele. also: hoʻāho, hōʻalo, mahuka; māihi ola (barely); ʻākelekele (from danger or sickness). see sayings, akule, ʻāpua₂. narrow escape, pakele mai make. to help escape, hoʻopakele, hoʻopūhalahio.

escapeto escape, as in a computer program. pēki. escape key. pihi pēki (preceded by ke).

escape hatchexplosive escape hatch, as in a spaceship. ʻīpuka pakele pahū.

escortʻalo, ukali, hoʻoholoholo; huakaʻi hoʻohanohano (honor). to escort arm in arm, kuiʻēʻē.

EskimoʻEkekemō, Mākinikā.

EskimoEskimo person, language, or culture. ʻInuika, usu. ʻInuita.

esophaguspaipu moni. see trachea.

especiallysee exceedingly.

espressostrong black coffee prepared by forcing steam under pressure through ground dark-roast coffee beans. kopeika. see cappuccino.

essay₁composition. moʻolelo, kumumanaʻo.

essay₂to try. hoʻāʻo.

essenceaka, ʻiʻo. yours the essence, ours the flesh, ʻo ke aka kā ʻoukou, ʻo ka ʻiʻo kā mākou (dedication to the gods at feasts).

EssexʻEkeka, Eseka.

-estsuperlative degree. no Hawaiian equivalent other than loa, nui loa. bravest, koa loa.

establishhoʻokahua, hoʻokumu, hoʻokū, hoʻokūpaʻa, hoʻonoho, kūkulu; mākia (as a kingdom).

establishednoho paʻa, ʻonipaʻa, kumupaʻa (firmly); hoʻomakua; mauliauhonua (rare).

establishmenthale ʻoihana (business); ka poʻe e loaʻa ʻo ka mana (those with power).

estatekuleana, waiwai; waiwai hoʻoilina (inherited). see noʻeau hoʻokele waiwai.

esteemedhiwahiwa, aloalo, mahalo ʻia, hulu; ʻala (fig.). esteemed chief, hiwa lani. esteemed name, inoa ʻala. the esteemed Mr. Smith, ka mea i mahalo ʻia, Mī Kamika.

estimatekoho, manaʻo, kau paona.

estimatealso estimated, estimation. koho. estimated price, as for goods. kumukūʻai koho. estimated cost or charge, as for services. kāki koho. to overestimate. kohoʻoi. to underestimate. kohoemi.

estimationsee estimate. front end estimation. koho hapa mua.

EstoniaʻEsetonia.

estrangedhoʻokaʻawaleʻia; nanau, lanau (rare).

estrayholo lalau, ʻaeʻa.

estrogenhōmona hoʻowahine

estuarymuliwai.

estuarynuku muliwai.

et

etc    ete    eth    eti    ety    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

etchkaha; kuni (in leather).

etchkaha koe. etching. kiʻi kaha koe.

eternalmau loa, manawakolu, i ka wā pau ʻole. eternal sleep, hiamoe loa.

eternity pau ʻole, au pau ʻole, mau loa, au mau loa.

etherʻita.

ethicskū i nā lula maikaʻi.

EthiopiaʻAikiopa.

Ethiopiaalso Ethiopian. ʻAikiopa.

ethno-literarymeiwi moʻokalaleo

ethno-literarymeiwi moʻokalaleo

ethnologynoiʻi ponoʻana o ke kūlana o ke kanaka.

ethnomusicologykālaipuolo lāhui. see musicology.

ethylʻeto. ethyl acetate. ʻākeka ʻeto.

etiologyhopena

etiologyhopena₂

etiquettelula, lula hoʻokeonimana, noho nihinihi. one who observes etiquette, paʻalula.

etymologyroot, source, derivation, or origin of a word. molekumu.

eu

euc    eul    eun    eup    eur    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

eucalyptuspalepiwa, ʻeukalikia, nuhōlani. eucalyptus oil, ʻaila palepiwa.

EucharistʻEukalikia.

eulogistickaena, kānaenae, hoʻoleʻa.

eunuchʻeunuha.

euphorbiapoʻolā, hame, mehame, haʻā; kaliko (a wild kind).

euphoricpiha hauʻoli, piha ola kino maikaʻi. legendary place of euphoria, kahua o Maliʻo.

Eupithecia sppcarnivorous caterpillar. ʻenuhe hamuiʻa.

Eurasiaalso Eurasian. ʻEulāsia. Eurasian plate. ka una honua ʻEulāsia.

Europaa moon of Jupiter. ʻEulopa.

EuropeʻEulopa. Eastern Europe. ʻEulopa Hikina Western Europe. ʻEulopa Komohana.

EuropeanʻEulopa, Europa.

EuropeanizedHoʻohaole ʻia.

ev

eva    eve    evi    evo    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

evacuatehaʻalele, waiho; kiʻo (bowels).

evacuateto evacuate, as a building. haʻalele. to evacuate, as people from a building. hoʻohaʻalele.

evadeʻalo.

evaluateana.

evaluateto find the number that an algebraic expression names, in math. huli.

evangelicalʻeuanelio.

evangelistʻeuanelika, kākau ʻeuanelio, haʻi ʻeuanelio.

evangelisticʻeuanelika.

evaporatemaloʻo wale ka wai, omo, lele; koliʻi.

evaporateomoāea.

evaporatedmaloʻo, miki, kaʻeʻe.

evapotranspirationpiʻikomoāea.

evasiveʻaloʻalo, pohihiu.

evenaulike, kaulike; pāpū like (flat). also: aukahi; alania, laumania; kalamania (as a calm sea or cliff); paʻi ā paʻi (evenly matched, as in a contest). even number, helu kaulike. even numbers, totals, helu ʻano like. even so, pēlā ʻiʻo nō.

evensee parallel bars.

even numberhelu kaulike.

eveningahiahi, hōʻahiahi. early evening, ʻāluna ahiahi. good evening, aloha ahiahi. to spend an evening, hōʻahiahi. overtaken by evening, ahiahihia.

Evening StarHōkū-kau-ahiahi. see Venus.

eventhanana.

eventas in math; also as a happening in a story. hanana.

even-temperedalso calm, cool. māio.

evermau. forever and ever, ā mau loa aku. Did you ever go to California? ʻAʻole loa anei ʻoe i hele i Kaleponi?

EverestʻEweleka. Mount Everest. Mauna ʻEweleka.

evergreenuliuli mau.

everlastingmau loa, pauʻole.

everlasting flowerpua pepa, nani mau loa.

everykēlā ... kēia, āpau. every two hours, nā ʻelua hola āpau.

everyoneka poʻe āpau, pau āpau, papapau.

everythingnā mea āpau, pau loa, kēlā mea kēia mea, ʻaupapa, ulupau.

everywherema nā wahi āpau, mai ʻō ā ʻō; ia wahi aʻe, ia wahi aʻe; kēlā wahi kēia wahi, holopuni, holopapa, hele, ulupau.

evictkipaku, hoʻokeke, hehu, ʻōpeʻa, ualehe.

evidenceʻōlelo hōʻike, ʻōlelo a nā hōʻike. to seek evidence, kolokolo.

evidenceas in the commission of a crime. meheu kalaima.

evidentakaaka, maopopo maikaʻi. cf. obvious.

evilloko ʻino, lawehala, ʻino. also: kahaʻino, hoʻokūāʻino. see ex., deliver, storm. evil-hearted, naʻau ʻino, manawa ʻino, naʻau keʻemoa, ʻōpū kekēue. overtaken by evil, paʻuhia i ka ʻino. to plot evil, kālai ʻino. to speak evil of, hōʻino. to undo evil by prayer, kalakū. to tell evil of relatives, holehole iwi, kaulaʻi i nā iwi o nā kūpuna. to turn from good to evil, kūāʻino. to do evil to others in secret, kāmalū.

evolutionloli ʻana. theory of evolution, kumumanaʻo o ke kinohi o ke ao nei.

evolutionka liliuewe ʻana. see evolve, genetic engineering.

evolveliliuewe. see evolution, genetic engineering.

ew

ewe    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

ewehipa wahine.

ex

ex-    exa    exc    exe    exh    exi    exo    exp    exq    ext    exu    ex-    

ea    eb    ec    ed    ee    ef    eg    ei    ej    el    em    en    eo    ep    eq    er    es    et    eu    ev    ew    ex    ey       -top-  

ex-mua. see ex-wife.

ex officiomamuli o ke kūlana, ma o ka ʻoihana.

exactingsee demanding.

exactlypono, ponoʻī. to refer exactly, pili pono. exactly that, pēlā ʻiʻo, pēlā nō.

exaggeratehoʻonui, hoʻonuinui, hoʻonui ʻōlelo, pālau, hoʻopālau, haʻanui, haʻanoʻu, wahalehe. rare: uhalehe, ʻohaohala.

exalthoʻonani, hoʻohanohano, hoʻokiʻekiʻe. also: hoʻolanilani, mililani, hiʻilani, hoʻomailani, hoʻohilu, pai, lele pailani, hilaʻi.

exaltedkiʻekiʻe loa, lani.

examinationhaʻawina hōʻike, nīnau hōʻike, noiʻi; hōʻike kula (school). Examination board, papa ninaninau.

examineninaninau, kilo, hākiu; kānana, kālana (moral character). to examine with interest, curiosity, or devotion, milimili. to examine sweet potatoes, kilo ʻuala.

examinedkilohia, kilokilohia.

examplemea hoʻohālikelike, hōʻike ʻano, kumu hoʻohālike, kumu alakaʻi.

examplelaʻana. model, as of behavior. kumu hoʻohālike.

exasperatehoʻonāuki, hoʻohae, hōʻouluhua. see saying, ʻea₃.

excavateʻeli.

exceedhoʻokela, ʻoi, pākela, hoʻopākeu, pākeupali.

exceedingkela, ʻoi.

exceedinglypākela, loa, haʻalele loa.

excelkela, hoʻokela, poʻokela, ʻoi, hōʻoi, pākela. to try to excel, hoʻokela; oko (rare).

excellencemaikaʻi loa, pono loa, kūpono.

excellencyka mea hanohano, poʻokela, ʻoi. His Excellency the Governor, ka mea Hanohano ke Kiaʻāina.

excellentkilohana, maikaʻi loa, ʻaʻole o kana mai ka maikaʻi. excellently made, mikioi.

exceptkoe. except for this, koe kēia.

exceptionexception to a rule. kūʻē lula.

exceptionalpoʻokela, ʻoi.

excesspākela, koe, kaulele, ʻuhaʻuha. to drink to excess, pākela inu. to eat to excess, pākela ʻai, pakeʻai.

excessivepākela, koe, loa, keu, pākeu, hū ā keu, keʻele, leleʻoi, kūkonukonu, kūkanono, pākeupali.

exchangekūkaʻi, kuʻakuʻai, pānaʻi, hoʻololi, kuapo; hailawe. to exchange conversation, kukaʻi kamaʻilio. to exchange greetings, kūkaʻi aloha. to exchange letters, kūkaʻi leka.

exchangeas of gases in the body. kuapo.

excise taxʻauhau helu waiwai.

excitablepūʻiwaʻiwa, lele koke.

excitehoʻopīhoihoi, hōʻeuʻeu, hoʻolalelale, hoʻouluulu. also: hoʻolapa, pai, hoʻopai, hoʻouluāoʻa, nanā.

excitedsee emotion, emotional.

excitingʻeuʻeu, hoʻopīhoihoi.

exclaimhoʻōho, ʻū, āhē, kaniʻū (as in delight); kaulele.

exclaimhoʻōho. see exclamatory statement.

exclamationhoʻōho. exclamations of surprise, scorn, dismay: auē, kāhūhū, kāhīhī, kāhōhō, , kaī, ʻī, i ka ʻike, ʻaikola, , āhā, kao. see also (Gram. 12).

exclamation markkiko pūʻiwa, kiko hoʻōho.

exclamation pointkiko pūʻiwa.

exclamatory statementalso to make an exclamatory statement. ʻōlelo hoʻōho.

excludekoe, pale, waiho aku.

exclusivehelu ʻole ʻia (excepting); noho kaʻawale, launa ʻole, waiakua; mā- (of pronouns and possessives). see plural.

excommunicateʻoki, ʻoki mai ka hale pule aku.

excrementkūkae, kae; lepo, hana lepo (euphemism); honowā, paʻu (tar-colored, as due to hemorrhage); palakī (small dabs); makuʻu (uncontrollable). see diarrhea. watery excrement, , palahī, kai koʻakoʻa, pālukaluka. excrement that remains to be wiped off, pala kūkae. excrement lying exposed on the ground, makaʻuwāwae. daubed with excrement, hawa. person who cared for the chiefs excrement, kahu moka, kahu poka.

excretakūkae, kākā, hana lepo; weka, wekaweka (of an infant). dab of excreta, pala. to leave excreta here and there, as animals, pākiʻokiʻo.

excretekiʻo, kākā, hana lepo. need to excrete, puʻu kiʻo, puʻakiʻo. discomfort preceding excreting, hōkūkū.

excursionhuakaʻi mākaʻikaʻi; holoholona (rare). to take someone out for an excursion, hoʻoholoholo.

excursionfield trip. huakaʻi makahiʻo, huakaʻi. see explore.

excuse₁pretext. ʻŌlelo hōʻaloʻalo.

excuse₂pardon. kala, huikala, hoʻokuʻu. Excuse me, kala mai iaʻu.

execute₁perform. hoʻokō.

execute₂kill. hoʻomake, make.

executionerka mea nāna e hoʻomake, .

executivehoʻokō, poʻo. executive officer, luna hoʻokō, ilāmuku. executive council, ʻaha hoʻokō.

executive branchas of a government. māhele mana hoʻokō. see branch.

executive privilegethe right of the president to withhold information about his activities from the legislature or judiciary. kuleana lauʻauʻa.

executorkahu waiwai, luna hoʻoponopono waiwai, mālama waiwai, luna hoʻokō kauoha.

exemplifyhoʻohālikelike.

exemptkoe, hoʻokuʻu, pakele.

exercisehoʻoikaika kino (bodily); haʻawina hoʻomaʻamaʻa (lesson); kāholoholo (as a horse); haʻihaʻi (limbering).

exerthoʻoikaika, kuʻupau.

exhalehanu, hanu i waho, .

exhausthoʻomāluhiluhi. exhaust fumes, hoʻupuka ea.

exhaust pipeas on a car. paipu ahi. see muffler.

exhaustedpaupauaho, pauaho, māloʻeloʻe; piula (slang). also: aneane, auka, kūpolō, ʻaikena, lohelau; pahulu (of over-farmed soil); ʻainea (by strain or trouble); ʻākaʻakaʻa (fig.). see saying, Hilo (Eng.-Haw.).

exhaustinghoʻopauaho, hoʻomāluhiluhi. rare: makaʻeleʻele, ʻaiea

exhibithōʻike, hōʻikeʻike, mea hōʻikeʻike.

exhibitionhōʻikeʻike. art exhibition, hōʻikeʻike kiʻi. exhibition hall, hale hōʻikeʻike.

exhortkauleo.

exhortationʻōlelo paipai.

exhumehuʻe.

exilewailana, kuewa, kipaku.

exist, ō, ōpū, ola. existing laws, nā kānāwai e kū nei.

existencenohona, ola ʻana. Existence is peaceful, laʻi ka nohona. Ours is a bare existence, ʻo ke ōpū wale iho nō kā mākou.

exitpuka ʻana, pukana, ʻīpuka.

exocrine glandlōkuʻu kuʻuwaho. see endocrine gland.

exoduspukaʻana, pukana.

exorcisemahiki, hoʻomahiki, wehe.

exoskeletoniwi kūwaho. see endoskeleton.

exothermickuʻu wela. see endothermic.

expandhoʻonui, hoʻomāhua, hoʻomāhuahua, māhola, mōhala, hoʻōnū; kauhola (bloom).

expandto expand or explode, as a file in a computer program. hoʻomahola. see compress, expanded.

expandedalso exploded, as a file in a computer program. mahola. see expand, extended. expanded file. waihona mahola. as of computer memory. māhuahua. expanded memory waihona ʻike māhuahua. also enhanced, as a computer keyboard. keu. expanded keyboard. papa pihi keu.

expandedexpanded form, in math; also to expand. unuhi kūana. expanded numeral. helu unuhi kūana.

expectmahuʻi, kuhi, manaʻolana, kakali, manaʻo.

expected valuein math. waiwai wānana. see value.

expectorationkuha.

expedientpono.

expeditehoʻohikiwawe.

expelkipaku, hoʻokuke, paku, luaʻi, hulā; hoʻokuʻu (as from school).

expelas from a school or institution. kīpaku, kīpeku.

expenselilo, hoʻolilo.

expense accountwaihona hoʻolilo. see account.

expensivepipiʻi, piʻipiʻi, kumu kūʻai nui, piʻi, nui ka hoʻolilo.

experienceʻike; piʻi (as heat, cold, emotion); , hoʻomaʻa; nā mea ʻike ʻia.

experiencedmaʻa.

experimenthoʻāʻo.

experimentalso to experiment, as in a laboratory. hoʻokolohua. to experiment on. hoʻokolohua no. to experiment with. hoʻokolohua me. experiment al probability. pahiki hoʻokolohua.

expertkahuna (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); akamai, ʻailolo, lolo, noʻeau, loea, mākaukau. also: lehia, lae oʻo, lae ʻula, ʻeʻea, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa, ihupani, hiapaʻiʻole, maiau, lehua. see saying, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa. extremely expert, pau lehia.

expertwildlife expert. loea holoholona lōhiu.

expirepau, make, puaea.

explainwehewehe, hoʻākaaka, hōʻike; hoʻomōakaaka, hōʻike; hoʻomōakaaka, hoʻomālaʻe (clearly). to explain a meaning, wehewehe manaʻo, kuhiʻano.

explainto clarify. hoʻākāka.

explanationwehewehe ʻana, hoʻākaaka, haʻina, hoʻomōakaaka, manaʻo wehewehe.

explodehoʻopahū, pahū, puoho, pohā.

explodesee expand, expanded.

exploreʻimi loa, huli.

exploremakahiʻo. see excursion.

explorerʻimi loa.

explosionhalulu; kani kanono (loud sound). see explode.

explosivehoʻopahū, mea pahū.

explosive escape hatchas in a spaceship. ʻīpuka pakele pahū.

exponentalso power, i.e. a product in which each factor is the same, in math. pāhoʻonui. see square. exponential notation. kauhelu pāhoʻonui.

exportwaiwai hoʻolilo i kō nā ʻāina ʻē; hoʻolilo. fraudulent exporting, hoʻoili kolohe.

exportkāpuka. see import.

exportswaiwai hoʻolilo, waiwai puka aku.

exposehōʻike ākea, hoʻowaiho, waiho wale, hoʻohāmama, huʻe; pōniho (as the sea floor, rare).

exposedahuwale, kapeke; koaka (of a male); hoʻohena, kekē (of a female); kūpapaula (to the wind, rare). exposed teeth, niho kekē.

expositionhōʻikeʻike.

express₁to state. hoʻopuka, haʻi, hoʻākaaka, hōʻike.

express₂to extract. ʻUī, ʻūpī (by squeezing).

express₃company. hui hali ukana.

expressionkāleo, māpuna leo, māpuna ʻōlelo. a sweet, lovely expression of face or eyes, also said of the kole, a fish, maka onaona. a single expression by the lover, hoʻokahi nō māpuna leo a ke aloha.

expressionin math. haʻi. algebraic expression. haʻi hōʻailona helu. equivalent expression. haʻi heluna like.

expressionin grammar, a term of more than one word which has one meaning. māpuna ʻōlelo.

expressionʻōlelo pōkole

expressionʻōlelo pōkole

expressive speechalso speech to entertain. haʻiʻōlelo mikolololehua. see speech.

exquisitenani makamae, ʻauliʻi.

extemporaneous writingalso to freewrite, as writing about anything one chooses. kākau ulu wale.

extendhoʻoloa, hoʻolōʻihi, kīkoʻo; extend out, as land, oni, ʻau, hāpapa. also: , ʻō, hoʻākea, hoʻolaulā, kīkiʻi, māhola, pāhola, hoʻopālahalaha, hoʻopālaha, hohola, hoʻomanana, halaʻoʻa.

extendto extend, as text in computer word processing. hoʻākea. see entry below and condense. as a math problem which can be extended into other similar problems or situations. hoʻomahola.

extendedhoʻolōʻihi ʻia. also: peleleu, moana, moanaana, laha, pālaha, pālaulau; ʻomaliō (as land); niape.

extendedas of computer memory. keu. see expanded. extended memory. waihona ʻike keu.

extensionpeleleu, pākuʻi.

extensionas of a computer file. peleleu. file extension. peleleu waihona.

extensivelaulaha, nui; ʻomaliō (as land).

extentkīkoʻo, laulā, nui.

extenuating circumstanceskumu kūikawā.

exteriorwaho.

exterior anglein math. huina kūwaho.

exterminateluku ā pau.

externalkūwaho. see internal. external drive, as on a computer. kakena kūwaho. external folder, in a computer program. wahī o waho.

external abdominus oblique musclemākala hiō o waho.

external fuel tankas on a spaceship. pahu wāwahie kūwaho.

extinctmake, pio, nalowale.

extincthalapohe, make loa, nalowale loa. see endangered.

extinctionkōliʻu kōāhōkū

extinguishhoʻomake, hoʻopio, kinai (as a fire).

extinguishedpio.

extinguisherfire extinguisher. kini hoʻopio ahi, kini kinai ahi.

extinguishingkinaina.

extolkaena. see praise.

extortionpākaha, lawe wale, lawe waiwai ma ke ʻano kolohe. also: puni kuwala, nunu.

extrakeu, ʻoi, kaulele. extra charge, uku kaulele.

extrabeyond the usual size, extent, or degree. keu, loa. see large. extra large, XL, as shirt size. nui keu. extra lean, as meat. pākā loa.

extraone hired for crowd scenes in movie or video production. ʻōhua.

extra creditas a class assignment or question on a quiz. hoʻopiʻi kaha, ʻai keu. extra credit question. nīnau hoʻopiʻi kaha, nīnau ʻai keu.

extra extra largekesa kesa lā

extra extra largekesa kesa lā

extra largekesa kesa lā

extra largekesa lā

extractpōʻalo, ʻōlaʻo; puhi (as water from steam); ʻūpī (by squeezing); unuhi; ʻōhuʻi (rare). difficult to extract, ʻiʻī.

extractkāwina. vanilla extract. kāwina wanila. to extract. kāwī.

extramarital loveripo manuahi.

extraordinarykupaianaha, kupanaha, mea ʻē, hoʻākua, kaulele, ʻeʻepa, oki, oki pau, ʻeʻena.

extrasensory perceptionʻike pāpālua. see premonition.

extraterrestrialalso space alien. mea ao ʻē.

extravagantʻuhaʻuha, ʻuha, ʻuha ʻai, māunauna.

extremewēlau, ʻēlau, welelau, palena, ʻoi loa aku. extreme unction, ukione.

extremelyʻaʻohe i kana mai, ʻaʻole o kana mai, haʻalele loa, naonao; kūlipo (fig.).

extremitywēlau, ʻēlau, welelau, welewelelau, kihi, , kōkī, paʻa.

exultsee brag.

ex-wifewahine i kaʻawale aku (separated), wahine ʻoki male ʻia (divorced).

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eyemaka; ʻōnohi (fig.). kinds: mākole, pīheka, noeʻula, maka pili. see maka, cross-eyed, epicanthic fold, inflamed, pinkeye, tooth. eyes at a joint, puʻupuʻu. coconut eye, puka wai. mother-of-pearl eye, makaiwa. needle eye, maka, maka kui, puka kui. snail eye, mahina. eye pigmentation, maka ila. black eyes, maka ʻeleʻele (as of hawaiians). brown eyes, maka uliuli. blue eyes, maka polū, maka ʻālohilohi. black eye (bruised), maka uli. one-eyed, maka paʻa, mākahi. one eye smaller than the other, maka iki. flirtatious eyes, maka kiʻi. staring eye, maka ʻā, hoʻā maka. bashful eyes, maka hilahila. roving eye, maka ʻeu, makaau, makāu, makaʻau. dark pupil, ʻōnohi uliuli; kahiwa (rare). encrusted white matter in the eyes, maka piapia (insult); paʻakai. viscous matter in the eye, moekūhua. fatty tissue between cornea and inner canthus, momi. membrane covering the eye, hūʻalu. inner corner of each eye, luaʻuhane. eye inflammation, helei. having something in the eye, as a mote or eyelash, pula, laʻo. to look wistfully, māakilo. to look with half-closed eyes, pīoioi, mīoioi. to open the eyes, kaʻakaʻa. eyes, front, pololei.

eye lashlihilihi maka

eye lashlihilihi maka

eye linermahaka maka.

eye shadowpauka maka. to put on eye shadow. hana i ka pauka maka.

eye socketpona, naho, maka lua.

eyeballʻōnohi, haku ʻōnohi, pona; momi (of fish); pipi (rare). see ʻaʻa₃. red eyeball, ʻōnohi ʻula. membrane over eyeball, hūʻalu.

eyebrowkuʻemaka, kuʻekuʻemaka, hulu kuʻemaka.

eyebrow pencilpena kuʻemaka. to "put on" or "do" one's eyebrows. hana i ka pena kuʻemaka.

eyedropperomo hoʻokulu.

eyeglassesmakaaniani.

eyelasheslihilihi.

eyelashesfalse eyelashes. lihilihi maka kuʻi. to put on false eyelashes. kau i ka lihilihi maka kuʻi, komo i ka lihilihi maka kuʻi.

eyelidʻūpoʻi maka, kuapoʻimaka, lihilihi; maka lole (turned back; an insult).

eyepieceaniani maka kaulona

eyesightʻike maka. poor eyesight, ʻike pōwehiwehi, hāpōpō.

eyetoothole.

eyewitnessʻike maka, kūmaka.

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