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fathe fourth note on the musical scale. . see Hawaiian entry pākōlī.

fablefables in the Aesop sense do not exist in Hawaiian. A possible definition of fable in Hawaiian is moʻolelo pōkole e hōʻike i ke ʻano o ka noho pono ʻana (lit., short story showing how to live righteously).

fabricgas fading control fabric, as in meteorology. lole ana kinoea. ozone-sensitive fabric. lole ana ʻokikene kolu.

fabricate₁falsehood. haku wale, haku ʻōlelo, haku ʻepa, hoʻopunipuni.

fabricate₂see build.

facemaka, helehelena, alo; face of clock or watch, papa, momi. see about-face, grimace, scowl. bright face, maka hinu. dirty face, maka lepo. face cream, kalima hamo. face to face, he alo ā he alo, hulina alo. to face death, huli ke alo i ka make. face the facts, nānā pono i ka ʻoiaʻiʻo. face the wall, huli ke alo i ka paia. to make faces, haikaika, hoʻowaha, ʻeʻewa.

faceas one side of a space figure, in math. alo. face value. waiwai kūʻike. see value.

face powderpauka helehelena. to put on face powder. hana i ka pauka helehelena, kau i ka pauka helehelena.

FacebookPuke Alo

facetʻōpaka, ʻaukā.

facilitysomething that is built, installed, or established to serve particular purpose. pono lako.

facinghulina alo.

facsimile machinemīkini kelepaʻi

facsimile machinemīkini kelepaʻi

factmea kūʻiʻo, mea ʻoiaʻiʻo.

factkūʻikena.

factionʻaoʻao, mahele. dividing into factions, mokuāhana.

factorheluhana (arithmetic); ʻākena, hope (agent).

factorin math. helu hoʻonui. see entries below. common factor. helu hoʻonui like. greatest common factor. helu hoʻonui like kiʻekiʻe loa. factor tree. papa helu hoʻonui kumu.

factorialin math. hoʻonui pāʻanuʻu.

factorizationprime factorization. huli helu hoʻonui kumu.

factors of productionin economics. lako hoʻopuka.

factoryhale hana.

faculty₁academic. ʻāuna kumu kula, pūʻulu kumu kula.

faculty₂see ability.

fademae, hoʻomae (as flowers); heheʻe (as clothes); hākea, hākeakea, kuakea, ākeakea, kūkaikea (as in the sun). also: mao, hiahia, ahia, ʻāhiahia, kuaka, kūālole, lolena; ʻāhiehie (especially gray); ʻalaʻihi (any faded color); māhe (as a voice).

fadedas material which has been left in the sun. ʻāpahupahu.

FahrenheitPalanaheika.

Fahrenheitpalanaheika. abb. ph. degrees Fahrenheit. kēkelē palanaheika.

failpohō, hoʻopohō; hāʻule (as in school); emi mau ke olakino (of health). also: hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia, neo, kāhewa, halahū, maulina, haho. Three people in the class failed, ʻekolu poʻe i hāʻule i ka papa.

failureholomua ʻole, holo leʻaʻole, hāʻule. see sayings, ʻelepaio₁, unele, goose.

faint₁lose consciousness. maʻule, hoʻomaʻule, make. faint from hunger, make pōloli. to grow faint, hoʻomake. to feign fainting, hoʻomaʻule. to lie in a dead faint, moe make.

faint₂weak, dizzy. makapōuli, maka pōniuniu, ʻonaʻona, aneane, hemoʻē.

faint₃difficult to see. ʻāweʻaweʻa, ʻehu, pōehiehi, poehi.

faintpōnīnī

faintpōnīnī

faint-heartedpauaho, maʻule.

fair₁just. kūpono, pono, kaulike. fair wind, peawini, makani ʻoluʻolu.

fair₂complexion. ʻIli kea, ʻili māʻila, lākea, hākeakea, halakea, aʻiaʻi, lamalama.

fair₃exhibit. pea, hōʻikeʻike.

fair₄somewhat good, pretty good. ʻAno maikaʻi.

fairhōʻikeʻike, fea. science fair. hōʻikeʻike ʻepekema. county fair. hōʻikeʻike kalana. state fair. hōʻikeʻike mokuʻāina.

fairjust, equitable, balanced. kaulike. fair game, as one in which each player has the same chance of winning. pāʻani kaulike. see justice.

fairlyʻano, kokoke, ʻaneʻane, .

fairyno general term; see legendary being.

fairy storykaʻao no nā poʻe kupua.

faithmanaʻoʻiʻo, paulele. to have faith, kālele. covenant of faith, pelika o ka manaʻoʻiʻo.

faith healinghoʻōla maʻi me ka pule, lāʻau kāhea.

faithfulmanaʻoʻiʻo, kūpaʻa. see faith. Oh come, all ye faithful, e hele mai ʻoukou, ka poʻe manaʻoʻiʻo.

faketo fake or hit, in volleyball. hana kolohe, mīʻoi wale. to make a fake spike, an off-speed shot. pākī ʻepa. to fake out, in basketball. ʻepa.

falconpalekona, ʻaekelona.

falconperegrine falcon. palekona kāluʻu. see jess.

Falkland Islandsalso Falklands. Ka pae moku ʻo Fakalana.

fall₁from a height. hāʻule (a solid object; sometimes said of rain); helelei, heleleʻi, hoʻoheleleʻi (as leaves, rain). also: hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia; pakakū, kūloku (as rain); hāʻule, heleleʻi (as fruit); kōheoheo (as through the air); hāʻulepio (surrender); palaiki.

fall₂topple. hina; fall prone, hina pālaha, moe pākiʻi, pōhina; fall backwards, kuwala, wala, wala kua, walawala pahū, walawalakī; fall sideways, hiō; fall forward, kimo; fall over, palahuli; fall, as a building, hiolo, hāneʻe; cause to fall, hoʻohina, hoʻohihina; fall in (military), kaʻa malalo; fall down or off, ākaʻa; falland roll, kaʻahina; fall head foremost, kiwi; fall upon, as sorrow, ili. also: pāhiʻa, olopē; piʻi (as shadows); hihina, hinahina. see stumble.

fall₃autumn. no Hawaiian word; terms sometimes used: hāʻule lau, laʻa make, laʻa ʻula, ke kau o hāʻule lau.

fallautumn. hāʻulelau.

fallkau hāʻulelau

fallkau hāʻulelau

fallinghaʻulena. see fall.

fallowmahakea, waiho mahiʻole, hoʻopahulu.

falsehoʻopunipuni, wahaheʻe, also: ʻolohewa, pahilau. false fire alarm, kāhea pau ahi ʻolohewa. false imprisonment, hoʻopaʻahao pono ʻole. false teeth, niho kuʻi, niho hoʻokomo. false witness, hōʻike hoʻopunipuni. to bring false accusation, hoʻāhewa kumu ʻole, kāpeʻa.

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

false mulletuouoa, uoa.

falsehoodsee false. rare: ʻalapahi, pīnē.

falsettoleo kiʻekiʻe; leo wahine (old term). see (Kanahele 525).

famesee famous. also: kukuʻi.

familiarkamaʻāina, walea, maʻa, maʻamaʻahia, kamaʻalua.

familyʻohana; pilikana. old family, ʻohana kupa (several generations in a place); ēwe, ʻohana ʻāpaʻakuma (for centuries in a place). family line, iwikuamoʻo, āewa. extended family, ʻohana holoʻokoʻa. family trait or custom, ēwe, welo. family name, inoa ʻohana. family discord, nahunahu ihu. to carry on family virtues and skills, poʻohala.

familyof facts, as in math. ʻohina. biological family. ʻohana kālaimeaola.

family planningalso planned parenthood, population control. kaupalena hānau. see pro-choice, pro-life.

family roomlumi ʻohana.

famine, wā wī. for fig. and other names, see kaha lelelepō, hīlaulele.

famishedhae i ka pōloli.

famouskaulana. famous day, lā kaulana. to make famous, hoʻokaulana. to become famous, kaulana.

fanpeʻahi. to fan, peʻahi, ani peʻahi; kōaniani (as a breeze); lūlū. electric fan, peʻahi uila. fan me, peʻahi mai.

fanelectric fan. pelamakani.

fan beltʻili.

fan palmloulu, loulu hiwa, loulu lelo, noulu. loulu nut, hāwane, wāhane. young loulu leaves, paʻaoloulu.

fancymanaʻo ulu wale, moemoeā. take a fancy to, hoʻohihi, hoʻokohu.

fancyelegant. hoʻohiluhilu.

fangole, niho ʻawa.

fantasticāiwaiwa.

fantasynā mea kupanaha i haku ʻia ma ka noʻonoʻo ʻana, moemoeā.

fantasymoemoeā.

farmamao. also: lilo loa, loa; far away, maʻō loa aku, kūlewa; far and small, halalī; ʻāloaloa, māhiloa, hala loa, haʻalilo, mōwahowaho, kikilo, monehā, momoua. far-reaching, hāloa. as far as, ā, ā hiki i. not far, maʻō aʻe nei. to go far, hele loa, ʻau i ke kai loa, hiʻikua. far-off place inhabited by spirits, kēwā, ʻopikana. far, paradisiacal, and venerated, ʻiuʻiu, mōʻiuʻiu, mōʻiu, kōʻiuʻiu. far from land, ʻaʻohe pilipili ʻāina mai.

far sideʻō aku

far sideʻō aku

fare₁pay. uku.

fare₂happen. holo. to fare well, holo leʻa. to fare badly, holo pono ʻole. How did your trip fare? Pehea aku nei kāu huakaʻi? How did his work fare? Pehea ka pono o kāna hana? Pehea ka holo ʻana o kāna hana?

fare₃food. ʻai. bill of fare, papa kuhikuhi meaʻai.

farewellaloha. to bid farewell, aloha.

farewell gifthoʻina.

farmmahiʻai, mahi, mahinaʻai; small farm, kīhāpai; to farm at night, keʻehau (rare).

farmpāumu.

farmermahi ʻai. see saying, ʻaluʻalu. tenant farmer, lōpā. derisive names: malo ʻeka, naunau lepo, pepeiao hohono.

farmerʻs marketmākeke mahiʻai

farmerʻs marketmākeke mahiʻai

farmer's marketmākeke mahiʻai

farmingmahi ʻai ʻana.

FaroeFalo. Faroe Islands. Ka pae ʻāina ʻo Falo.

far-sightedʻike mamao.

fartpalalī. see break wind.

farthermamao aʻe, mamao aku, mamao mai, maʻō aku. A little farther, mamao iki aku.

farthingʻakalio.

fascinatehoʻopunihei, hoʻoheihei, punihei, ālai maka, nanea, walea. fascinating speech, mīkololohua, mīkolelehua.

fashionpaikini, ʻano, kaila. chiefly fashion, kūkaulani.

fashionablekū i ke kaila.

FasoBurkina Faso. Burakina Faso.

fast₁quick. ʻĀwīwī, wikiwiki, wiki, māmā, holo, ʻino. also: ala-, alamimo, alapine, alawiki, wawe, miki, ʻākī, kikī, paukikī, ʻemo ʻole; puʻupuʻu hoʻolei loa; kōʻala, lauhulu. see lei₂, speed, and saying, ʻōlapa. to run fast, holoʻino, holo kikī. to move or progress fast, kāholo, mīʻoi, kokololio.

fast₂fixed. paʻa; fast, of colors, paʻa. to make fast, hoʻopaʻa, lawakua, lawa, hīkiʻi, hekau.

fast₃not eat. hoʻokē ʻai, hoʻopōloli, waiho ʻai. ability to fast, ʻōpū paʻa.

fast breakin basketball; also to make a fast break. ulele kikī. see lead pass, slow down.

fast foodmeaʻai hikiwawe. fast-food restaurant. hale ʻaina meaʻai hikiwawe.

fast food shophale mea ʻai māmā

fast food shophale mea ʻai māmā

fast forwardto fast forward, as a film or audio tape. wili i mua. see rewind.

fastenhoʻopaʻa, hana paʻa; fasten loosely, maulihilihi. also: hākia, mākia, kākia, ʻōmau, pākōlea, paehiʻa, hīpuʻu (as a knot); ʻōmou (as a brooch); awaiāulu (as marriage tie).

fastenermea hoʻopaʻa. snap fastener, pihi ʻūmiʻi.

fastenersnap. pihi ʻūmiʻi (preceded by ke),ʻūmiʻi. see velcro.

fastidiouskūlana waewae, nihinihi.

fat₁as a human. momona. soft and fat, pele, ʻolo, polupolu, nenelu, ʻuheke, ʻaʻalina, hīwaʻawaʻa. shaking with fat, ʻōlūlū, hōlule. rare: mona, hakakai, mumuhu, lehēlehē, molulo, nuka, nanae, uhanui, ukaukai, hoko, mūʻouʻou, pawa, kāpele, pūhalalū, kūhākakai, hūhā, kūʻiʻo. see plump. overhanging fat belly, ʻōpū nui, ʻōpū kēkewe. fat person, fatty, nuʻupē.

fat₂animal fat, food. momona (uncooked); kelekele (cooked); kuhikuhi. also: kōnāhua, niuniu, kōhi, kuhinia, liko, kōlikoliko, lololo, halalē, kāhā, kaikea, ʻokukuli.

fatʻailakele. low-fat food. meaʻai ʻailakele iki, meaʻai liʻiliʻi o ka ʻailakele. high-fat food. meaʻai ʻailakele nui, meaʻai nui o ka ʻailakele. saturated fat. ʻailakele paʻapū. unsaturated fat. ʻailakele paʻahapa. polyunsaturated fat. ʻailakele laupaʻahapa.

fatalmaʻi make, pāmake.

fatalpāmake.

fatalismno Hawaiian term; the idea is expressed in the idioms and saying: hopena ʻelemakule, the result of being an old man; hopena luahine, the result of being an old woman. ʻAʻole hiki ke alo aʻe, canʻt be helped. see also kaolo.

fatehopena, hope. ill-fated, kūlana pōʻino.

fathermakua kāne, makua. see stepfather. spiritual father, ecclesiastical father, makua ʻuhane. the same father, hoʻokahi nō makua kāne. to act, claim, or treat as a father, hoʻomakua kāne. Father Lyons, Makua Laiana.

father-in-lawmakuahūnōai kāne.

fatherlandʻāina makua.

fatherʻs ancestorskūpuna makua kāne

fatherʻs ancestorskūpuna makua kāne

father's ancestorskūpuna makua kāne

fathomanana, ana.

fatiguemāluhiluhi, luhi. also: unā, hoʻomāʻopaʻopa, kunewa, kualana, kūpolō, poʻana, ʻaikena, māʻīʻī, kākaiewa. to cause fatigue, hoʻomāluhiluhi.

fattenhoʻomomona, kūpele, hānai i momona, kūpalu, hoʻokelekele; nahumaka (rare). fatted calf (Luka 15.23) , keiki pipi i kūpaluʻia.

Fatu HivaHakuhiva, Pakuhiwa.

faucetpiula wai, paipu. faucet key, kī o ka paipu. water from a faucet, wai piula.

faucet wai. faucet hanale. ʻau wai (preceded by ke).

faulthewa, hala, keʻe. to find fault, hoʻohalahala, nemanema, nema, ʻōhumuhumu, ʻōhumu, kūhalahala, ʻimi hala, nānā keʻe, loiloi, keʻu, kapakeʻu, kāpēkeʻu. correct a fault, paka.

faultgeologic fault, as San Andreas fault. hakinaheʻe.

faultlesshewaʻole, kīnāʻole, hemolele.

faultyhape. see fault.

favorhana lokomaikaʻi; kākoʻo, makemake (prefer). to lavish with favors, hoʻokamalani; paikano (rare). to do small favors in expectation of greater ones, piepiele. to go about asking for favors, pakaulele. Please do me a favor, eʻoluʻoluʻoe i koʻu manaʻo.

favorparty favor. alelomoʻo.

favoritepunahele, milimili. also: hiwahiwa, maka, hulu manu. royal favorite, hulu aliʻi, hiwa lani. favorite child, hiwa lani. favorite grandchild, moʻopuna i ke alo. to make or treat as a favorite, hoʻopunahele, hoʻohiwahiwa, mililani, mailani, hoʻomailani, hoʻopailani.

favoritismhoʻokē ā maka, kapakahi, hoʻopololei, mailani loa. see favorite.

fawn₁young deer. kia keiki.

fawn₂to cringe and flatter. piepiele, hoʻopilimeaʻai, kaʻapē.

faxalso to fax. kelepaʻi. fax machine. mīkini kelepaʻi.

faxmīkini kelepaʻi

faxmīkini kelepaʻi

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fearmakaʻu. also: weli, weliweli, ʻeʻehia, kōhi. sudden fear, makaʻu kūhewa. intense fear, kipona makaʻu. shuddery fear, manene i ka makaʻu. to cause fear, hoʻomakaʻu, hoʻohihiu, hoʻohopohopo. to flee in fear, palaheʻe. startled in fear, pūʻiwa.

fearfulmakaʻu loa, wiwo, hopohopo, weliweli, kau ka weli. also: ʻeno, luaahi, liha, liliha, kōanoano, kūpau, punihai.

fearlessmakaʻu ʻole, wiwo ʻole, koa. also: makoa, kaʻalokuloku, lālama; koakoa lapa (and mischievous).

feastʻahaʻaina (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and following entries); lūʻau, pālala, ʻaipoʻolā; pāʻina male (marriage); moku lehua. feast of unleavened bread, ʻakima.

feast daylāʻahaʻaina.

feastinghaupaʻana.

featherhulu. see bird. wing feathers, hulu ʻekekeu. tail feathers, puapua, analio; hulu koʻo (long). feathers above tail feathers, pue. downy chicken feathers, ʻae moa. ʻōʻō bird feathers: pīlali (white and black under tail); ʻēʻē (yellow under wing). clusters of feathers used in featherwork, pāpaʻa, paʻaʻā, pāʻā. small bunch of feathers, ʻuo. fork or branches made of stalks of feathers, attached to kāhili staff, peʻa. feather top of ʻulīʻulī gourd rattles, heke. to sew feathers for a hatband, hakupapa. to feather out, ʻōhulu, manu heu, laukoa, kuapoʻi. to plait feathers, haku hulu.

feather cloakʻahuʻula. see saying, ʻeʻa₁.

feather helmetmahiole.

feather imageakua hulu.

feather leilei hulu.

feather standardkāhili.

featherworkerhaku hulu. chief featherworker, poʻo hulu. god of featherworkers, Kū-huluhulu-manu.

featheryhuluhulu, ʻahulu.

featuregeneral appearance, impression. hiʻona. land feature, as mountains, valleys, etc. hiʻona ʻāina. see landscape. water feature or form. hiʻona wai. man-made topographical feature. hiʻona na ke kanaka.

featureshiʻohiʻona, helehelena (human).

FebruaryPepeluali, Feberuari.

FebruaryPepeluali. abb. Pep.

feceskūkae, ʻaukā. see mokuhia, excreta.

federalpekelala, federala.

federalpekelala. see national. federal organization. ʻahahui pekelala.

federalismthe principle of division of power between the state and national governments. paimana kaʻawale.

Federated States of Micronesia Mokuʻāina Hoʻohui ʻia o Maikonesia.

feeuku. entrance fee, uku komo. agentʻs fee, uku ʻēkena. marriage fee, uku male. usual fee, uku kūmau.

fee simpleʻāina kūʻai, ʻano ʻalokio, ʻano ʻalolio, ʻano alodio.

fee simple titlepalapala ʻalokio, palapala ʻalolio, palapala alodio.

feeblenāwaliwali, hāpauea, nāwali, palupalu. also: pānauea, aneane, ʻōpē, ʻōpaʻipaʻi, kūhelahela, kūhau, hōmī, hīnawenawe, hini, pūlewa, nanaiea, hākupe, hemo, hemoʻē, kaʻahē, ʻoʻolu, ʻuhinipili, ʻunihipili, kūmīmī, ulihi, ukaukai, pēluʻe.

feeble-mindedhepa, lōlō.

feedhānai, hānai ʻai, hōʻai, hoʻomāʻona. to feed mouth to mouth, mūʻā, pūʻā, kīʻā. also: hoʻokelekele, haumāna, ʻai kau.

feedto feed or assist, as in basketball and most team sports except baseball. hānai.

feedto feed, as paper into a printer or copy machine. hānai. to center feed. hānai waena. to edge feed. hānai kaʻe. to auto feed. hānai ʻakomi.

feed dognau (of sewing machine).

feederas for birds. kāhānai. see water dispenser. sheet feeder, as for a computer printer. poho pepa. additional sheet feeder. poho pākuʻi.

feel₁grope, touch. hāhā, hāhā hele, hāpapa, hoʻopāpā, , mili, kūpāpā.

feel₂as emotion. ʻIke, lohe, komo, loku; ʻoʻoki (as intoxication). to feel angry, piʻi ka huhū.

feelerʻumiʻumi, kukuna, pipi (as of insect).

feelingsnaʻau, loko, haʻawina; manawa (poetic). hurt feelings, ʻehaʻeha ka naʻau, kuʻia ka naʻau, kuʻia o loko, haʻakuʻia, hoʻokuʻia, hailuku, pā i ka leo. hard feelings, manawa ʻino. to stir up ill feelings, hoʻopiʻipiʻi haunaele. to conceal feelings, hūnā i ka manaʻo, peʻe poli, palai, palaina.

feetsee foot.

feignsee pretend; also hoʻo-, faint, friendship, indifference.

feignto feign ignorance. hoʻohūpō, hoʻopalō.

felicitatehoʻomaikaʻi.

fellkua, ʻoki. see fall.

fellowhoa, kōkoʻolua; kaʻaka (slang).

fellow chiefhoa aliʻi.

fellow citizenhoa makaʻāinana.

fellow laborerhoa lawehana.

fellow manhoa kanaka.

fellow sharerhoa loaʻa.

fellow soldierhoa kaua.

fellow travelerhoa hele.

fellow workerhoa hana, hoa paʻahana, hoa lawehana, hoa luhi, kāpehe.

fellowshiplauna aloha.

felonypeloni.

feltmānoanoa (as cloth). felt hat, pāpale kaleponi. see feel.

felta type of fabric. peleka.

felt penpeni kuni.

femalewahine. also: -hine, kama wahine, moʻo lau, kumulau.

female hula dancerwahine hula

female hula dancerwahine hula

femaleswāhine.

femininesee female.

femoral arteryaʻa puʻuwai hilo. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa puʻuwai.

femoral veinaʻa kino hilo. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa kino.

femorissee quadriceps femoris.

femuriwi hilo, ʻauhau.

femurthe long bone of the thigh. iwi hilo.

fenkiʻo lepo (KJV).

fence₁barrier. ; kaupale waena (between land patches). picket fence, pā pine. wooden fence, pā lāʻau, pā laupapa. iron fence, pā hao. stone fence, pā pōhaku, nini, niho, niho kaʻi. rail fence, pāʻaʻaho. tistalk fence, paepae kī. wirefence, pā uea. barbed-wire fence, pā uea kukū. chicken-wire fence, pā uea maka ʻaha, pā uea maka ʻupena. smooth wire fence, pā uea poepoe.

fence₂with swords or sticks. kākā pahi, kākā lāʻau, pāpā lāʻau.

fend offpale, papalena.

fenderpale huila (of a car).

feralformerly domesticated. ʻōhuka. see domesticated, wild.

fermataʻume.

fermatathe symbol placed over a note, chord, or rest indicating the extension of duration longer than the indicated time value, in music. ʻume.

fermented, hoʻohū, ʻawaʻawa; pohā (poi); hoʻomalamala, ʻākia, hanoa, hanowa. fermented liquor, ʻuwīʻuwī.

fernkupukupu (ʻōkupukupu, general name for ferns. growing on a single stem, also a specific kind). According to (Neal 6), 16 families, 40 genera, and 200 species grow in Hawaiʻi, native and introduced. young fern leaves and rolled up fronds, pepeʻe. young ʻamaʻu fronds, palahoʻa. paste made of sap from fronds, palaholo. poetic name for ferns, puaʻaʻehuʻehu.

common kinds include (alternate names are in parentheses): bird's-nest fern, ʻēkaha (ʻākaha, see ʻēkaha and entries that follow it); bracken, kīlau (kīlau pueo, paiʻā); lace fern, palaʻā (palapalaʻā, pāʻū-o-Palaʻe); maidenhair ferns, ʻiwaʻiwa (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); staghorn fern (false), uluhe, unuhe; sword ferns, hiʻuiʻa, kupukupu (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), niʻaniʻau; tree ferns, ʻamaʻu (ʻāmaʻumaʻu, maʻu, maʻumaʻu), hāpuʻu (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); some edible ferns, hōʻiʻo (pohole), hōʻiʻo kula, kikawaiō (pakikawaiō); a common fragrant fern, lauaʻe, lauaʻe haole.

additional fern names (alternate names are in parentheses): ʻāhina kuahiwi (kāʻapeʻape), ʻākōlea, alaʻalai, ʻanaliʻi, ʻapuʻu, haili-o-Pua, hihiawai, hohiu, ʻiʻi, ʻiʻo nui, ʻiwa (ʻalae), kalamoho, kalukalu, kaʻupu (papaʻoi), kihe, kūau, kumuniu, lauʻiʻi, laukūkahi, lola, loʻulu, mahinalua, makou, mākuʻe, mana (olua), mānā (ʻae, ʻāhewa, ʻiwa puakea), manawahua, neke, ʻōali, ʻōhiʻakū, ʻopeha, pai (hunapalai, palaihuna), paiʻiʻihā, pākahakaha (ʻēkaha ʻākōlea, puaʻakuhinia), pala (and below), palai (palapalai), palai ʻula (laʻa), pāmoho, pauoa, peʻahi, pololei, puapuamoa, pūnanamanu, wahine-noho-mauna, waimakanui.

fernmaidenhair fern. ʻiwaʻiwa.

ferocioushae, weliweli, mākana, kanaloa.

ferric oxideferiku ʻokesaside.

Ferris wheelHuila pōniuniu, kaʻa pōniuniu.

ferrosoferric oxideferosoferiku ʻokesaside.

ferrousferousa. ferrous carbonate. ferousa karabonahate. ferrous oxide. ferousa ʻokesaside. ferrous sulfate. ferousa sulafahate. ferrous sulfide. ferousa sulafaside.

ferrymoku halihali, waʻapā.

fertile₁of soil. momona; rare: mona, ʻōnahanahaiaua.

fertile₂of people. hānau, hānau kama.

fertilizehoʻomomona, kīpulu, hoʻopulu.

fertilizeto fertilize, as an egg. hoʻolūmaua. fertilized. lūmaua. see entry below.

fertilizerhoʻomomona lepo, kīpulu, pela, manua.

fertilizermea hoʻomomona lepo. see compost. complete fertilizer, i.e. fertilizer which contains the six necessary elements for plant growth. mea hoʻomomona lepo kāʻokoʻa. to fertilize. hoʻomomona.

festeringʻaʻai (as a sore).

festivalhoʻolauleʻa, manawa hoʻolauleʻa, lā kulāia, anaina hoʻolauleʻa. An ancient fall festival was the makahiki, with the bringing of produce to chiefs, games, and the suspension of wars and taboos.

festivehiwahiwa, ulumāhiehie, hoʻowehiwehi, kulāia. festive day, lā hoʻohiwahiwa.

festoonhei, heihei; luhiehu (rare).

fetchkiʻi, lawe. also: hoʻokiʻikiʻi, hali, hiki, hikihiki, ukikiʻi; pukupuku mai (slang).

fetehoʻokipa, hoʻohiwahiwa, paʻipunahele.

feticideʻumi kamaliʻi, ʻumi keiki, ʻōmilo, ʻōmilomilo.

fetterskūpeʻe. wooden fetters, lāʻau kūpeʻe.

fetusʻaluʻalu. also: uli, kaha, mana. envelope for fetus, ʻaʻa. blood-clot fetus, puʻu koko. fetus lost through miscarriage, hua hāʻule.

fetusʻaluʻalu

feudkūʻē hoʻomauhala, kaua hoʻomauhala.

feverpiwa, maʻi kuni. dengue fever, piwa haʻihaʻi iwi. scarlet fever, piwa ʻulaʻula. typhoid fever, piwa hoʻonāwaliwali. yellow fever, piwa lenalena. to get a fever, piʻi ka wela.

feverishʻōwelawela.

fewkakaʻikahi, wahi, kekahi, ʻuʻuku, liʻiliʻi. also: helu, huahelu, kauwahi, ʻehia, nāhi, namauahi.

fewalso sparse, seldom, rarely. kākaʻikahi.

fi

fib    fic    fid    fie    fif    fig    fij    fil    fin    fir    fis    fit    fiv    fix    

fa    fe    fi    fl    fm    fo    fr    fu       -top-  

fibermaʻawe. types of Hawaiian fibers: olonā (a shrub); paʻaʻā, pāʻā (as of sugar cane); ʻaʻa (from coconut husk); heu (of fruits). rare: mile, hāpue. waste fiber of olonā, huna olonā, kae.

fiberas referring to diet. hāʻaʻa ʻai.

fiberglassaniani awe. see plexiglass.

fibrousʻōaʻa, ʻaʻaʻa, hāʻaʻa, ʻōaʻaʻa.

fibulathe outer and thinner bone of the lower leg. iwi pili wāwae. see radius, tibia.

ficklelolelua, lolilua, lauwili, ʻōlewa, kāpekepeke, hoʻowale hau. see mālolo and sayings, luaiele, cuttlefish.

fictionkaʻao, moʻolelo haku wale.

fictionalso fictitious. hakupuni. see nonfiction. fiction book. puke hakupuni. historical fiction. hakupuni mōʻaukala. realistic fiction. hakupuni kohu ʻoiaʻiʻo. science fiction. mōhihiʻo.

fiddlepila.

fiddlealso violin. waiolina.

fidelitymālama pono, kū loa. high fidelity kū loa i ka leo.

fidgethole, pīhole, ʻoni. also: kakekake, moehewa, leleiona.

fieldkīhāpai, kula; cultivated field, māla, waena, pā kanu. see athletic field.

fieldas in a database. kahua. see entries below and subfield.

fieldas for football. kahua. see baseball, court, meadow. football field. kahua pōpeku, kahua.

field capacityfor holding water. palena ū wai.

field goalin football. ʻai peku.

field mapto field map a site. kaha palapala ʻāina.

field service supervisorstudent teacher field service supervisor. luna aʻoākumu. see student teacher.

field stationas used when mapping a certain area. kikowaena pānānā.

field tripexcursion. huakaʻi makahiʻo, huakaʻi. see explore.

fiercehae, hoʻoweliweli. also: mākaha, maka koa, ukiuki, kānaioa.

fieryʻā, ahi, liholiho, noʻao. fiery pit, lua ahi, kiʻo ahi. fiery surface, ʻili ahi.

fifteenʻumi kūmālima, ʻumi kumamālima.

fifthlima, hapalima. the fifth time, ka lima o ka manawa.

fiftykanalima.

fifty-eightkanalima kūmāwalu, kanalima kumamāwalu.

fifty-fivekanalima kūmālima, kanalima kumamālima.

fifty-fourkanalima kūmāhā, kanalima kumamāhā.

fifty-ninekanalima kūmāiwa, kanalima kumamāiwa.

fifty-onekanalima kūmākahi, kanalima kumamākahi.

fifty-sevenkanalima kūmāhiku, kanalima kumamāhiku.

fifty-sixkanalima kūmāono, kanalima kumamāono.

fifty-threekanalima kūmākolu, kanalima kumamākolu.

fifty-twokanalima kūmālua, kanalima kumamālua.

figpiku.

fighthakakā, paio, kaua; mokomoko (general free-for-all, including wrestling and boxing); pāʻumeʻume. also: kūpāpā, kolopā, paika, huʻalepo, makawalu, pilikua.see saying, helu₄, wai ʻauʻau, fighter, cockfighting, wrestling. specialized types include: kuʻikuʻi (boxing); paʻa uma (hand wrestling); lua, kuʻia-lua (bone breaking, spear thrusting, noosing, leaping). quick to fight, lele koke. to set to fight, as dogs, hoʻokonokono.

Following are about 90 names of lua fighting strokes obtained from a newspaper (Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, April 27, 1865), or from (For). The names have little to do with fighting. Many are folkloristic and poetic, with names of things important in the old culture. Initial Ka (the article) on some names is optionally omitted.

Names of strokes containing names of supernaturals and chiefs: Haehae-ka-manu-o-Kāne-aloha, Kaʻa-ʻē-nā-aliʻi, Ka-ihu-o-ka-puaʻa (probable reference to Kama-puaʻa), Ka-malo-o-Līloa, Kana, Ka-piko-o-Wākea, Ka-puaʻa-kā-huluhulu (Kama-puaʻa), Kapu-ahi-a-Kuʻialua, Kapuaʻi-o-Kana, Ke-ake-o-Milu.

Containing place names: E-hoʻi-ka-uʻi-o-Mānoa-ua-ahiahi, Hāmākua-i-ka-paia-ʻala-i-ka-hala, Ka-ua-Kīpuʻupuʻu-o-Wai-mea, Ka-ua-Lēhei-o-Maka-wao, Kokia-Wai-lau, Mehameha-Puʻu-loa, Uliuli-ka-pali-o-Kahiki-nui.

Containing references to ocean dwellers: Ala-piʻi-a-ka-ōpae, (Ka)-iʻa-hoʻopāpā-ʻili-kanaka, (Ka)-limu-kā-kanaka-o-Mahamoku, (Ka)-uhu-mākaʻikaʻi, (Ka)-waha-o-ka-manō), Mahiki-o-ka-lua-kanaka, ʻŌhi-ki-maka-loa, ʻOʻopu-ola, ʻŌpule-kai, Uhu-makaliʻi.

Containing references to birds: Au-koaʻe-ua-mā-lie, Hakakā-a-moa, (Ka)-ʻēheu, (Ka)-ʻio, (Ka)-ʻuaʻu-kaha, (Ka)-ʻuaʻu-komo-hewa, (Ka)-ʻuaʻu-lewalewa, Pua-ka-uahi-haehae-ka-manu.

Containing anatomical references: ʻAi-lima-iki, Iwi-koʻo, (Ka)-ʻauwae-lewa, Kālawa-kua, (Ka)-ʻōma-ka-o-ka-ʻīlio, (Ka)-ʻōpeʻa-panipani, (Ka)-pili-maiʻuʻu, ʻŌwelo-ka-huelo-kū.

Containing references to artefacts: (Ka)-ʻahu-ula, (Ka)-lei-o-manu, Ka-malo-hei (see also under supernaturals).

Names of other strokes: ʻAhamaka, ʻAho-lehia, Hana-kaʻi-luna, Hana-kau-luna, Hanu-i-piʻi, (Ka)-hau-komo, (Ka)-hau-palemo, Ka-heʻe-pālaha, (Ka)-hili-kolo, ([Ka]-hihi-kolo), Kahului, Kākā-ʻau-kī, Kālaha, Kalena, (Ka)-loloa-maiau, (Ka)-luʻeluʻe, (Ka)-maʻi-ʻawa, Kāmuku, Kānihi, Kau-nunu, Kawaʻe-kū, (Ke)-aho-lehi, (Ke)-āmio, Koʻūkoʻū, Kua-nunu, Kūʻia-kānaka-hele-o-ka-pō, Kuʻikahi-a-Mēhēʻula, Lāhei, Lēhei, Malalei, Mālama, Mālama-ka-ʻōpua-hiki, Mālama-kūʻē, Mālama-kūloko, Mālama-kūwaho, Nā-ānuenue-ʻewalu, ʻOā-kiʻi-ala, O-hana-ke-keʻaua-mai-kaʻi, Ohiʻikau, ʻOkoikua, ʻŌnohi-kaʻi-ʻole-pohihihi-ka-lawaiʻa-o-ka-lāʻino, Paʻina-kuli, Pala-ʻole, Pāpala-kāʻili-ʻū, Popoki, Puʻupā, ʻUla-ka-maka-iā-Kuikui-pahu.

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

fighterpūkaua, mokomoko, koa, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa; ʻōlohe (lua fighter). fig., ahi-ka-nanā, moa kākala, pūkoʻa kani ʻāina, manō hae. see warrior. god of lua fighters, Kuʻi-a-lua.

figurativesee meaning.

figure₁number. huahelu, helu, hua.

figure₂human figure. kino.

figurenumber (the character), numeral. huahelu. geometric figure. kinona. congruent figure. kinona komoloko. plane figure. kinona papa. similar figure. kinona ʻano like. solid figure. kinona paʻa. space figure. kinona pihanahaka. symmetric figure. kinona ʻālikelike. as illustration in a textbook.

figure-eight hulahulaʻōniu.

figureheadkiʻi, leleiwi (on a canoe).

FijianPīkī.

filamentas in a light bulb. ʻuiki ʻā. filament tape, strapping tape. leki aʻa.

filchʻaihue. also: hue, huhuhue, poholalo, pāhau, lima ʻāpā, lima lawelawe, limalima.

file₁rasp. apuapu, apu, waiehu, waiahu. see grate. to file, hole, kohenalo. fishhook file, apuapu ʻānai makau.

file₂row. lālani. to go in file, kakaʻi ā hele.

file₃collection. waihona (palapala). to file papers, hoʻopi-hapiha waihona pepa; hoʻokomokomo, waiho.

filethe tool. waiehu. fine-cut file. waiehu makaliʻi.

filefile cabinet. pahu waihona pepa, pahu waihona, waihona pepa. to file, as files in a file cabinet. hoʻokomo, waiho.

fileas in a computer program. waihona. see entries below and backup, directory, folder. backup file. waihona papaʻa. compressed file. waihona ʻopihia. expanded file. waihona mahola.

file extensionas in a computer program. peleleu waihona.

file fishʻōʻili and entries that follow it.

file formatas in a computer program. hulu waihona. compatible. file format. hulu waihona launa. incompatible file format. hulu waihona launa ʻole.

file linkas in a computer program. loulou waihona. see data link.

file prefixalso header information, as codes at the beginning of each computer file. poʻo pāʻālua (preceded by ke).

filialaloha makua, noʻonoʻo makua.

filibusterto make a long speech in order to prevent action on a legislative bill. hoʻopulelehua.

FilipinoPilipino.

FilipinoPilipino, Pinopino. see Philippines.

fillhoʻopiha; papaʻunu (rare); fill a vacancy, pani, pani hakahaka; fill a crack or hole, pīnaʻi.

fill barin a computer program. ʻaukā holomua.

filledpiha, pihapiha. also: ʻaki, kūneki, ʻokokomo, komo, ʻopuʻopu, kāneki, ʻokukuli, ʻapiʻapi, nolo, newe, nokeʻa. see full. completely filled, piha pono, piha pū.

filletʻaukā.

fillingpihana.

fillingas for a sandwich. ʻīkomo. as of a tooth. ʻīpiha.

film₁photography. pepa paʻi kiʻi. roll of film, ʻōwili paʻi kiʻi, pōkaʻa paʻi kiʻi.

film₂thin covering. uhi. see slime.

filmas for a movie or video. līpine. see shoot. film movement, as in a movie or video camera. holo lola. roll of film. ʻōwili kiʻi.

filmʻōwili kiʻi

filmʻōwili kiʻi

filmstripʻōwili kiʻiaka.

filterkānana, kālana. see strain.

filterwater filter for a fish tank, in aquaculture. kulamakaloa. see fish tank.

filthhaumia, lepo, pelapela, ʻeka, ʻekaʻeka, mea ʻino, moka, haukaʻe. also: hauʻeka, peʻapeʻa, pōneko, neko, niku, hawa, wiʻu, pau ʻeka.

filthysee filth.

fin. anal fin, kuaalo. caudal fin, hiʻu, pewa. dorsal fin, kualā. pectoral fin, ʻēheu, pewapewa. ventral fin, hakualo, kuālo. base of caudal fin, akahiʻu. fin near gill plate, halo. motion of fins, halo.

finas of a fish, general term. . see dorsal fin, ray. the fins of a fish. o ka iʻa. suction cup fin, as beneath the stomach of an ʻoʻopu. halo ʻāpikapika.

finalhope loa, pau, panina.

finalterminal, as last in time, order, or importance. kuahope. see primary, secondary, tertiary.

finalsas in sporting events. hoʻokūkū moho.

financeʻoihana kālā, ʻoihana ʻimi kālā. Minister of finance, kuhina waiwai.

financeHawaiʻi State Department of Finance. ʻOihana Kālā o ka Mokuʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi.

financialwaiwai. see ex., kūpilikiʻi.

financierkanaka loea ma kaʻimi waiwai.

finchgeneral term. ōpuhe. wood-pecker finch. ōpuhe pao lāʻau. grosbeak finch. hona. King Kong finch. nuku ʻekue. Laysan finch. ʻainohu Kauō. Nīhoa finch. ʻainohu Nīhoa.

finchmanu-ʻai-mīkana, manu-ʻai-papaia, hōpue.

findas an archeological find. mea hiʻohia.

findto calculate, in math. huli a loaʻa, huli. see calculate.

findto search for, as in a computer program. huli. to find and change, search and replace. huli a kuapo.

findloaʻa; find enough, hulilawa (rare); find out even smallest things, hoʻomakauliʻi. find fault, see fault.

fineas sand. ʻaeʻae. see coarse.

fine₁minute. hune, hunehune; makaliʻi (as mats, mesh); nāwele, māhune, ʻaeʻae, puehu, liliʻi. also: huhuhune, mōʻali, moʻoʻali, pūnāwele, puāhilo, wele, welehia, pokipoki, poki, hīnau, ʻūhini, moʻowini, wali, waliwali, wawali, maukoli, nilu.

fine₂excellent. maikaʻi nō, maikaʻi loa, pono, papakū. fine-looking, maikaʻi ke nānā aku, nohea, miʻi, kini kohu.

fine₃penalty. uku hoʻopaʻi, uku, kōina. to fine, hoʻopaʻi, hoʻouku.

fine artspāheona.

fine pointalso fine line, as of a pen point. makakui. fine point pen. peni makakui.

fine-cut filewaiehu makaliʻi.

fine-meshedmakapepe, makaliʻi, makahune.

finerymea kāhiko. war finery, kāhiko kaua.

fingermanamana lima, manamana. see phalanx. thumb. manamana nui. index finger. manamana miki, manamana kuhikuhi. middle finger. manamana loa, manamana waena. ring finger. manamana pili, manamana komo. little finger. manamana iki, manamana liʻiliʻi.

fingermanamana lima. cf. thumb. index finger, manamana kuhi, manamana miki, lima ʻumeke, limameke, lima ʻaina. middle finger, manamana loa, kau. third or ring finger, manamana pili. little finger, manamana iki. (in the above, manamana is sometimes replaced by lima). finger of poi, miki ʻai. fingerpulling contest, loulou.

fingermanamana kau

finger bowlipu holoi lima, poʻi wai holoi.

fingernailmikiʻao, maiʻao, māiʻuʻu. fingernail polish, pena mikiʻao, hoʻohinuhinu mikiʻao. fingernail of deceased relative, heia.

fingernailmikiʻao

fingerprintmeheu manamana lima, māka manamana lima, kiʻi manamana lima. groove on finger. māioio manamana lima. to collect fingerprints. ʻohi i ka meheu manamana lima (māka manamana lima, kiʻi manamana lima). to take the fingerprints of (someone). kāpala, kāpala i ka meheu manamana lima (māka manamana lima, kiʻi manamana lima).

fingertipssee jab.

finickykamalani, hoʻokamalani, wae, hoʻowae, waewae, nihinihi, waha lina.

finishfinish point, as in a race. pahuhope. see starting. finish line. laina pahuhope.

finishhoʻopau, oki, hoʻōki; panina (noun); kaekae (rub smooth); kaʻaoki. to make an effort to finish, hoʻopapau.

finishedpau, paʻa, ʻanakoe. partly finished, kīhapa, laua, hapapū. completely finished, pau pono, kūpau.

Finlandalso Finn, Finnish. Finilana, Finilani.

FinnishPinilana, Finilana.

Finnalso Finland, Finnish. Finilana, Finilani.

firlāʻau kaʻa, pila, ʻaleka.

fireto fire, as clay or ceramics. puhi. see ring of fire.

fireahi. also: ʻaʻā, ʻā; hoʻopau (discharge). see saying, hoʻokoʻikoʻi. the fires, nāhi. pit of fire, lua ahi. fire builder, kahu ahi. bag for carrying fire-making implements, ʻaahi. to fire a gun, kīpū. ready, aim, fire, mākaukau, , kani. to light or kindle a fire, hoʻā ahi, kuni ahi; kahu (for an oven); hiʻa (with fire plow). to put out a fire, hoʻopau ahi, kinai ahi. gods of fire, Pele, Lono-makua, ʻAi-lāʻau.

fire alarmkāhea pau ahi.

fire bucketpākeke kinai ahi.

fire departmentʻoihana kinai ahi.

fire enginekaʻa kinai ahi, kaʻa pau ahi, kaʻa wai.

fire extinguisherkini hoʻopio ahi, kini kinai ahi.

fire extinguisherkinai ahi.

fire fountainahi lele.

fire hydrantpaipu kinai ahi, piula wai.

fire hydrantpaipu wai

fire hydrantpaipu wai

fire insuranceʻinikua pau ahi.

fire pitumu ahi, lua ahi.

fire plugwahi hoʻokomoʻili kinai ahi.

fire protectionhana kinai ahi hoʻopakele, pale ahi.

fire stationhale kinai ahi.

firearms. to practice firearms, paikau.

firearms licenselaikini kī pū.

fireballpōpōahi, pōhāhā ahi.

fire-blowing tubeʻohe puhi ahi, ʻūlili.

firebrandmomoku ahi, ahi lele, pāpala, kao, ahi ʻau hau. The firebrands of Ka-maile rise in triumph, ʻōili pulelo ke ahi o Ka-maile (of triumph, see pulelo).

firecrackerpahūpahū (preceded by ke). see fireworks. string of firecrackers. kālī pahūpahū.

firecrackerpahūpahū.

fireflynalo ʻuiʻuiki.

firemenkinai ahi.

fireplacekapuahi hoʻopumehana.

fireplacekapuahi.

fire-plowʻaunaki. stick held in hand and rubbed on, ʻaunaki, ʻaulima. to make fire with fire-plow, hiʻa.

fireproofpale ahi. fireproof vault, keʻena pale ahi.

firestonepōhaku paea.

firewoodwahie.

fireworksahihoʻoleʻaleʻa. see firecracker, pop-pops, roman candle.

fireworkskao lele, ahikao, ʻōahi.

firm₁solid. paʻa, kūpaʻa, ʻonipaʻa. also: kūkia; mālō, māloʻeloʻe (taut); mākū; mānalo, punapuna (as taro, sweet potato); haʻapapaʻa, pūlawa, kamaehu, ʻūlili. see motto. to make firm, hoʻopaʻa, hōʻonipaʻa, hoʻokūpaʻa, hoʻomālō, waiʻūlili. firmly established or imbedded, paʻa loa, hoʻohonua, nihoa.

firm₂company. hui. mercantile firm, hui kālepa,

firmlīlio

firmlīlio

firmamentlani paʻa, papa lani, aouli, pōnaha lani, pōʻailewa, keʻa papa nuʻu.

firstmua, mua loa, ʻakahi ... ā. also: kinohou, kuakahi, kū kahi. first time, maka mua, malihini, ʻakahi nō ... ā. first-born, hiapo, makahiapo, hānau mua. to have the privileges of a first-born, treat or act as a first-born, hoʻohiapo. to go for the first time, hele malihini. This is the first time I've seen Hilo, ʻakahi nō au ā ʻike iā Hilo.

first aid kitkini lapaʻau, poho laʻau pōulia.

first basein baseball. pahu ʻekahi. see base.

first draftkāmua ʻekahi. see draft.

first off the benchalso six man, i.e. first alternate or substitute player, in basketball. kūono.

first passalso to receive a serve, in volleyball. kiʻi.

first person exclusivekūnei

first person exclusivekūnei

first person inclusivekūhoa

first person inclusivekūhoa

First World Countryʻāina ʻoiʻenehana. see developed, third world country.

fiscalwaihona kālā.

fishalso any marine animal. iʻa. see entries below and aquaculture. canned fish. kini iʻa. fish cake,kamahoko. kamapoko. fish flake. ulahi iʻa. fish food flake. ulahi meaʻai iʻa. guppy. iʻa kapi. molly. iʻa moli. mosquito fish, medaka. iʻa makika. large school of fish such as akule or aku. kumu iʻa. small school of reef fish such as manini. naho iʻa, naha iʻa.

fishiʻa; pihi (rare); to fish, lawaiʻa, ulawaiʻa. see fishing grounds, fishhook, fishing rights, net, seine, trap, and names of individual fish. some fish names vary according to islands, and all fishermen do not agree. some fish have special names for growth stages. general names for young growth stages, applied to several fish: aka (newly hatched), mana, hāuli, kākau; pua (common name), pua iʻi; ʻoʻolola (rare). fish raised in ponds, iʻa loko. school or run of fish, iʻa kū, kahe iʻa, , kauhulu. season of abundant fish, wa iʻa. fish accompaniment to poi, iʻa, ʻīnaʻi. shrine for fish offerings, kūʻula, heiau hoʻoulu iʻa, koʻa iʻa. fish substitute for pig offerings, puaʻa kai. string of fish, kālī iʻa, kāili, puʻu iʻa. ways to fish: kā makoi (mokoi), paeaea, kīkomo, koi, kūpali (with pole); , kāʻili, kepa (casting); pākā, kākā, kūkaula (with hook and line but no pole); laulele (with net); lamalama (with torches); pana iʻa (with bow and spear); hoʻokāholoholo (skittering); pākali, kūpalu (decoy by doling out bait or chumming); hāhāmau, hāhā (with hands); ʻauhuhu, pāhola, hola (stupefy with drugs); hoʻā, aupula, pula (driving); kakaka, kūkaula (deep-sea, rare); koe (pulling stick with hooks through water), ʻūpalupalu. fish caught in hands, iʻa mili lima; pakauele (rare). a small fish cannot swallow a big fish, ʻaʻole hiki i ka iʻa liʻiliʻi ke ale i ka iʻa nui (of a commoner).

fishananue

fishlawaiʻa paʻipaʻi

fishananue

fish and game managementalso to manage fish and game. hoʻomalu lawaiʻa a me ka hahai holoholona.

Fish and Wildlife ServiceUS Fish and Wildlife Service. ʻOihana Iʻa me ka Holoholona Lōhiu o ʻAmelika.

fish bowlpola iʻa

fish bowlpola iʻa

fish eggskowaū.

fish netʻupena. see net.

fish poisoningsee ciguatera.

fish runiʻa kū, iʻa kahe.

fish stickmanamana iʻa.

fish tankcover, in aquaculture. peʻa. fish tank liner. paleʻeke. see water filter.

fish trapsee trap.

Fisher burnerkapuahi pukapuka. see burner.

fishermanlawaiʻa, kanaka paeaea, waʻewaʻe. see saying, ʻeaʻea₁.

fisheryNational Marine Fisheries Service. ʻOihana Lawaiʻa Kai Pekelala. Western Pacific Fishery Management Council. ʻAha Hoʻomalu Lawaiʻa o ka Pākīpika Komohana.

fisherykai lawaiʻa.

fishhookmakau (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and following entries); , pāuhi, uhipaʻa, pā ānuenue, pā hau, pā mae, mūheʻe (for various kinds, see mūheʻe and following entries), kaiānoa, lihi, ʻōnohilehua (pearl-shell lures); pā hī aku (bonito lure); kīkiʻi, kue (rotating hooks); makau manō, lawa, kīholo (shark hooks); ʻaukuʻu, hiʻikala, hiohio; huikala (with inside and outside barbs); hulu (with outside barb); hululua (with two barbs); kaiānoa (two small barbless hooks); kākala (octopus lure); keʻaawaileia, kīkalakē, koehonua; kohe lua (kohe lua paʻa) (with two barbs); kue, kuoho, luʻaloa; mahina (crescent point); makau pāweo, mana; ʻōmau (no barb); hoʻonoho (two points on one shank); nuku (series of hooks on one line); maka puhi (for eels). eel gorge, haoa puhi. parts of a fishhook: kaʻā, kaʻi (snood); kūʻau, pou (shank); kohe (inside barb); loʻe, pohona (bend); lihi (portion just below point); lihi lou (point of barbless hook); lālā (bone or shell point of two-piece hook); maka (point). parts of pearl-shell lure: ihu (head); muli (tail); pukaihu (hole in head for snood); pou (snood); ʻuo (seizing); hulu (hackle); lālā (point); kapuahi (base of point); humu (hole in point); hāmama (gape of point); ʻauwae (portion of point which overhangs the shank). fishhook container, waihona makau; ipu lēʻī (rare). to make a fishhook, kā makau.

fishinglawaiʻa. see saying, ʻelepaio, weuweu. to avoid saying one was going fishing (considered bad luck), some said: hele i uka (go inland); malo kai (wear a malo in the sea); hele ʻauana (go wandering).

fishing floatsee glass ball.

fishing groundskoʻa, kai lawaiʻa, āukauka, kaʻakaʻa, koʻa hohonu, kuapuʻe, kūkaula, pōhākialoa. (Fishing stations at sea were identified by citing landmarks and were often named.)

fishing polemākoi, koi, mōkoi.

fishing rightskonohiki, pono kai lawaiʻa.

fishing suppliesponolawaiʻa

fishing suppliesponolawaiʻa

fishlineaho. also: kioloa, koʻolauloa, wailuku. snell of a fishline, kaʻā. fishline container, poho aho, hōkeo.

fishpondloko iʻa, loko kuapā.

fishtail fernhiʻuiʻa.

fissuremāwae, mōwae, ʻōwae, kiʻakiʻena, kama, kāwaha.

fistpuʻupuʻu lima, puʻu, puʻu lima, puʻupuʻu.

fit₁suitable. kohu, , kūpono; hoʻokūkū, komokomo (as a garment). to fit closely, pili paʻa, pili pono. to fit loosely, pālokeloke. not at all fitting, ʻaʻole kohu iki. My shoes don't fit, ʻaʻohe kū koʻu kāmaʻa.

fit₂seizure. huki, maʻi huki, ʻapoʻapo.

fit₃to join. hoʻokuʻi, pānaʻi, kāpili; kuaōʻa (rare).

fitchespeleka, kumino ʻeleʻele.

fitness cardas for sports or physical education. kāleka olakino.

fitness centerathletic club. hale hoʻoikaika kino. see gymnasium.

fittingpipe fitting. kuʻi paipu. t-fitting. ʻōmaka t. universal fitting. ʻōmaka kau peʻa.

fittingpilina, pono, hoʻokūkū. see fit. clothes fitting, hoʻokūkū lole.

fivebase five, in math. kumu hoʻohui pālima, kumu pālima. base-five counting piece. kōkua helu kumu hoʻohui pālima. five-dollar bill. pepa pālima.

fivelima, ʻelima, ʻalima. five times, by fives, fivefold; to divide in fives, pālima. five times, kualima. to count by fives, helu pālima.

five centsʻelima keneka. see nickel.

five manalso center, in basketball. kūlima.

fixhoʻopaʻa, kāpili hou, hana ā maikaʻi, hōʻonipaʻa.

fixationpulakaumaka.

fixedpaʻa, ʻonipaʻa.

fixed netsee insect fixed net.

fixed swingas with two or more ropes or chains. paiō. see free swing.

fixturespono paʻa mau, lako.

fl

fla    fle    fli    flo    flu    fly    

fa    fe    fi    fl    fm    fo    fr    fu       -top-  

flabbyʻaluʻalu, nenelu. also: ʻaluheʻe, pūhalalū, puhalu, halu, uhalu, peheu, ʻōluheluhe, homa, polupolu.

flaghae, lepa. also: alia, puwalu; lonolupe (rare).

flag-bearerlawe hae.

flagpolepahu hae, kia hae.

flagrantto commit a flagrant foul, in team sports such as basketball. hoʻokuʻia kīpaku. see foul.

flagshipmoku lawe hae.

flagtailāholehole, āhole, ʻapoʻapo.

flailkākā.

flakeulahi. fish flake. ulahi iʻa. fish food flake. ulahi meaʻai iʻa. oatmeal flake. ulahi ʻokamila. snowflake. ulahi hau.

flameula ahi, ula, lapa ahi. to flame, ula. also: weke, wekeweke, wawaka, ʻowaka, wakawaka, hoaka, ʻoaka. see blaze.

flame retardantpale ahi.

flamingomanu palamiko, palamiko.

flammablealso flammability, inflammable, inflammability. pēʻāhia.

flankʻaoʻao. flank movement, neʻepapa.

flankerin football. ʻāʻapo.

flannelhuluhulu.

flap₁motion. ʻUpaʻi, ʻōpaʻipaʻi, kūlepe, hulei, kālepalepa, kīlepa, kapauʻu. also: mūʻolo, hoʻēheu, paihō.

flap₂end. pola (as of a malo).

flap bookas for children's stories. puke ʻōlepe.

flaresolar flare. lapa ahi . see solar, sunspot.

flarehoʻolapa, ʻōlapa, piʻipiʻi kai, hōlapu; ʻoʻoma (of a bonnet).

flashas for a camera. kukui ʻoaka, ʻoaka.

flashʻōlapa, lapa, lapa uila. also: ʻōahi, ʻoaka, ʻō, huaka, waka, ʻowaka, wawaka, weke, ʻanapa, hālapa, lehuuila, pohā, mākēhā.

flash cardkāleka aʻo.

flashlightkukui paʻa lima.

flaskhue, ʻōmole.

flaskʻōmole₁

flaskʻōmole₁

flatas a tire. pakiʻi. see counting mat, deflated.

flat₁level. pālahalaha. also: ʻiliwai, pānānai, pālānai (as a dish); pānai, pākiʻi, kāhela, pāpio, pālaulau, ʻomaliō, ʻōniki. see flat-nosed. flat tire, hemo ke ea o ka laholio.

flat₂a plain. papa, laupapa; ʻāpapa, pāpapa (as coral).

flat₃tasteless. koʻekoʻe, pau ka ʻono; mahū (as poi). also: pōkaʻo, kāhalahala.

flat₄in music. emi.

flatbed trailerpākihuila.

flatfishpākiʻi haʻawale, pākiʻi moana, pāhau. cf. (Titcomb-1972), pakiʻi.

flatheadpoʻo pepe (a name for lesser gods).

flat-nosedʻūpepe, ʻūmene, kūmene, pepe, ʻū, ihu pākiʻi, ihu mene.

flattenhoʻopālahalaha, hoʻoūpē, pākī, hoʻopēpē, hoʻopālaha, pākiʻi. also: hoʻohāneʻe, hoʻokūmene, , kulaʻina.

flattened, pālaha. also: ūpē, kāmoe, kūloku, ʻōpaha, heʻa, kuʻi pē.

flatterhoʻomalimali. also: malimali, mali, hamo, makali, piepiele, pelo, pāwali, kuaʻiʻi.

flatulentmakani, palalī. see break wind.

flatwormkoʻe pālahalaha.

flaunthoʻokelakela, hōʻoiʻoi. also: hoʻokeha, mauʻaʻe.

flavormaʻono. to flavor or make tasty. hōʻonoʻono. flavoring. mea hōʻonoʻono.

flavorʻono, hōʻonoʻono. What flavor? Keʻano hea?

flavorlessʻono ʻole, koʻekoʻe, pau kaʻono. see flat.

flawkīnaʻunaʻu, keʻe, kīnā. to seek flaws, paka, ʻainemanema. no flaws, ʻaʻohe keʻe, kīnā ʻole, pala ʻole; hemolele.

flawlesssee flaw.

flaxolonā.

flaylole; kākāhou (rare).

fleaʻuku lele, ʻuku.

fleabanelaniwela.

fledglingpūnua, laukalo.

fleeheʻe, ʻauheʻe, mahuka. also: ʻāhaʻi, hōʻauheʻe, nāholo, pūheʻe, ʻio, pūʻāʻā, pūkākā, palaheʻe, pupuhi, pūhalahio. see saying, pupuhi.

fleecehulu hipa, huluhulu.

fleet₁naval. ʻAu moku, ʻau waʻa, ulu moku, ulu waʻa; paʻimalau (rare). see forest.

fleet₂fast. holo. see fast.

fleshʻiʻo. to strip flesh, holehole, hole, pūholoholo, waimāhoehoe, pāʻiʻo.

flesh foodiʻa.

fleshpotipu iʻa.

fleshyʻiʻo nui, hōʻiʻo, nuʻanuʻa, ʻuheke. also: kūʻiʻo, liko, hahei, hoko. see fat.

fleur-de-lisalso iris. puapalani.

flexhoʻokākāuha, nenene.

flexedlāpeʻe, ʻuhinipili (as for burial).

flexed-arm hangpaʻaalewa.

flexibleʻolu, napenape, holuholu. also: hōlule, napa, hōʻaluʻalu, malule, lule, ʻōʻupē, palaʻie, kāluhi, hoʻokakale, ʻapeʻape, lolena.

flexibleas a policy. ʻōlewa.

flickkiani, pekupeku.

flickernapenape.

fliespōnalonalo, pōnanonano.

flightlele. see flee. to take flight, lele, kaulele. to put to flight, hoʻoheʻe, hōʻauheʻe, hehu, hoʻopūʻāʻā. flight of birds, lele manu, aulia manu.

flightflight attendant. kuene mokulele. flight corridor. ala lele mokulele. flight deck, as on a spaceship. ʻoneki pailaka. manned space flight. lele lewa lipo kanaka.

flightless railmoho lele ʻole.

flightyhīʻō, uilani, ʻōpulepule.

flimsypalupalu, lahilahi, ikaika ʻole, luʻa.

flinchʻeʻeke, kuemi.

fling, hiu, hoʻolei. see throw.

flintpaea, pōhaku paea; pahi (knife).

flippana. also: kiani, wala, kīlepa, panau.

flipto turn a figure to its reverse side, in math. hoʻohuli. see slide. to flip, as a coin. pana hoʻolei. see heads, tails.

flipperhui, ʻēheu.

flipperhiʻū

flipperhiʻū

flipperskāmaʻa peku kai

flipperskāmaʻa peku kai

flirthoʻohaʻi, hoʻohaʻi wale, hoʻohaʻilua; hoʻoheihei (to ensnare). also: hoʻokāluhe, hani.

flirtatioussee flirt. flirtatious eyes, maka kiʻi.

float₁not sink. lana, lanalana. also: mālana, lewa, hoʻolewa, au, aumiha, ʻālana, ʻālewalewa, pūlana, pūlewa, nananana, hoʻoīkā, lanaau, welo, kālewa, pulelo, kīlepa, kuʻuwelu, puewa, pua, kualana, pōnulu, pōnululu, pōnununu.

float₂of a net. mouo, pīkoi, haukoi, ʻīkoi, ou. cord attaching float to net, pīkoni.

float₃of a fishhook. kōheoheo.

float₄see outrigger float.

floating loungermoena hoʻolana

floating loungermoena hoʻolana

flockpūʻā, ʻāuna, hoʻāuna, ulu. also: haiamū, kipapani, kumu. to move in a flock, kaʻi ʻāuna.

floodwai hālana, wai piʻi. also: waiholomoku, ʻoloʻolo, kai a ka Hinaliʻi.

floodwai hālana. flood control. kāohi wai hālana. flood warning, as in a weather report. kūkala pōʻino wai hālana. flood watch. kūkala makaʻala wai hālana.

floorpapahele, papa keʻehina, papa; papakū (as of ocean).

floorstory, as in a building. papahele. floor lamp. kukui , kukui hale. floor tile. kile papahele, kile ʻili, moena ʻili ʻāpanapana. see linoleum.

floor leaderas a member of a legislative body. luna paipai pila.

flooringholopapa. see floor. canoe flooring, ʻulili wāwae.

flopmūʻolo.

floppyas a computer disk. malule. floppy disk. malule (preceded by ke).

floppy diskpā malule

floppy diskpā malule

floppy drivekakena pā kūloko

floppy drivekakena pā kūloko

FlorencePololena, Folorena.

FloridaPololika, Folorida.

Floridaalso Floridan, Floridian. Pololika, Folorida.

Florida mossʻUmiʻumi-o-Dole, hinahina, ʻāhinahina.

flossdental floss; also to floss (oneʻs teeth). lopi niho.

flotsam and jetsampīhā, pihaʻā, īkā, maulele.

floundermoeone, pākiʻi.

flourpalaoa maka, palaoa. cakes of flour, paʻi palaoa.

flourpalaoa maka. see Hawaiian entries under palaoa. whole wheat flour. palaoa maka huika piha.

flour millhale wili palaoa, kāwili palaoa.

flourishlupalupa, hālupa, lupa. also: māhuahua, māhua, ohiohi, kupuohi, ōhāhā, kāpaʻipaʻi.

flowkahe; flow swiftly, kikī, kīpalalē; flow in spurts, hanuʻu (see spurt). also: kulu, , holo, kukulu, kulukulu, kāhele, kūneki, kūloku, niau, huʻena, aukahi, pōlewa, puaʻina, heʻe, puaʻi, kōī, waikahe, kokoi, mokuāwai, īheʻeheʻe.

flowkaʻiholo

flow chartpakuhi kaʻina. to make a flow chart. kākuhi kaʻina.

flowerpua. center of flower, maka. single-flowering, pua lahilahi. double-flowering, pua pupupu. flower covered by calyx, mūʻoloʻolo, muʻomuʻo. flower that attracts, pua lēʻī. rare choice flower, pua laha ʻole. flower that never fades, pua mae ʻole (of a sweetheart).

flowerflower pot. poho meakanu. flower vase. pika pua. flowering plant. meakanu pua.

flower spidernananana pua

flower spidernananana pua

flowerymikolololehua₂

flowerymikolololehua₂

flowingkahena, aulia. see flow.

flupalū.

flumaʻi palū

Flubberalso Gak, a game. palēkele.

fluctuatehanuʻu, kūlanalana. to mark fluctuation, kaha i ka hanuʻu.

fluctuateto fluctuate, as the tide. hanuʻu.

fluentpoeko, ʻōlelo paheʻe.

fluffhoʻopuehu, hoʻoweuweu; kanene (rare).

fluffyweuweu.

fluidwai, heheʻe. also: kaiaka, ukalekale. amniotic fluid, lapawai, ʻinaʻina.

fluidmikolololehua₂

fluidmikolololehua₂

fluid ounceʻauneki wai. abb. ʻan w.

flukekoʻelau. liver fluke. koʻelau ake.

flumehā wai, pulumi, ʻauwai papa, haka lāʻau.

fluorescentas colors. hālino. fluorescent pink. ʻākala hālino. as light; also phosphorescent. hāweo. fluorescent light. kukui hāweo.

flush₁show red. piʻi ka ʻula, nono ʻula, ʻāpane. see blush.

flush₂to wash out. hoʻoholo i ka wai. flush the toilet, hoʻoholo wai i ka lua, ʻumi wai.

flush₃in poker. palaki.

flushto flush a toilet. hoʻokuʻu i ka wai o ka lua, hoʻoholo i ka wai.

flushas in carpentry. piliwai. see overlap.

fluteʻohe kani, puhi ʻohe, ʻohe puluka, puluka. see nose flute.

fluteʻohekani puluka, puluka.

flutterkōwelo, kapalili, kolili, konini, welo, konikoni. also: kāwelowelo, napenape, kālepalepa, kālepa, kūlepe, kīlepa, kuʻuwelu, kōwehe, hoʻokolili, koni, nini, konini, hākuʻi, kapauʻu; hulahula (as eyelid); māewa, nenene, ʻoeowewe. carried away with a fluttering, ʻāhaʻi i ka welowelo (of speed and a kite).

fly₁as a bird. lele. also: kālewa, kaʻalele, uheheu, ʻalelele, holohuʻa, lelele, aulele, hoʻokauaheahe. to fly, as a kite, hoʻolele; ʻō (rare).

fly₂insect. nalo (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), pōnalo; makika (Hal. 105.31) . see flies.

flyfishhook with feathers. makaunalo. fruit fly. pōnalo huaʻai. midge fly. nalo wiʻu. pomace fly. pōnalo.

fly eggskūkaelā.

fly swatterʻūhili nalo

fly swatterʻūhili nalo

flycatcherʻelepaio, ʻāpekepeke.

flyeralso brochure, pamphlet. pepelu. see frequent-flyer number.

flying fishmālolo (fig., fickle, perhaps due to continual leaping); puhikiʻi, puiki (young); lelepō, ʻololā, pūkikiʻi.

flying gurnardloloaʻu, pinao.

flying saucerpālele.

flytrapVenus flytrap. ʻūmiʻinalo.

flywheelhuila nui.

fm

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FMfrequency modulation. FM (pronounced fāmū). see AM.

fo

foa    foc    fog    foi    fol    fom    fon    foo    for    fos    fou    fow    fox    

fa    fe    fi    fl    fm    fo    fr    fu       -top-  

foamhuʻa, ʻehu. sea foam, huʻahuʻa kai, ʻehu kai, huna kai, hune kai, kaikea, ʻaeʻae.

foamykuakea, ʻahulu. see foam.

focus pointkiko kau.

fogʻohu, noe, ua noe, uhiwai. see mist. also: ʻawa, pāpala, pululuhi, pōhina, pūlawa. fog signal, hoʻākaaka no ka paʻa i ka noe.

foghornʻolē leo nui.

foilaluminum foil. pepa kini.

foiledsee thwarted.

foldʻopi, pelu, hoʻopelu, pelupelu, peʻu, ʻopiʻopi, ʻōwili. also: hoʻokihi, nunu, mākī, kaʻapeha, ahue, kīpū, hakuhaku, mōnoinoi, mīnoinoi.

foldermea hoʻokomo pepa, puke hoʻokomo pepa.

folderas in a computer program. wahī. see file. external folder. wahī o waho.

folding chairnoho ʻopiʻopi.

folding cotmoe ʻopiʻopi.

folding tablepākaukau ʻopiʻopi.

foldsʻāʻīlepe, koʻo.

folktalea traditional tale, especially one relating to a particular culture. kaʻao, moʻokaʻao. see Hawaiian entries under kaʻao.

followhahai, ukali, alualu, maʻawe, kaukolo, hai, haihai. as follows, penei. to follow in line, kakaʻi. to follow a course, hoʻomoʻo.

followerukali, muli, ʻōkākaʻi, haiā; haialo, hukailoloa (of a chief).

Fomalhauta star. Ahiwela.

fomenthoʻokipi, hoʻohaunaele (revolt, riot).

fondpuni, laka, aloha. see like, love.

fondlemilimili, milikaʻa, miliani, mili, hamo, hoʻokaʻawili.

fonttypeface, as in printing or a computer program. kinona hua. see style. font cartridge. pāpahu kinona hua.

fontanelmanawa, mauli, pūniu (of an infant); pū heʻe (fig.).

foodʻai, mea ʻai; ʻīnaʻi (eaten with poi); ō (for a journey); kā palu (deprecatory); paluʻai (vegetable); pīkaʻo (dehydrated); pani (medicinal); pala ʻai (daub); pāʻiole (left by rats). food package, laulau, holo ʻai, ʻio, kīholo. food gift, hoʻina. food trough, papa wili ʻai. food guardian, kiaʻi ʻai. food inspector, luna ʻai. food provider, hānai ʻai. food scraps, ʻai pala niho, kōʻalaʻala. to offer food and prayers, kahukahu.

foodmeaʻai. see entries below and nutritious, remove, serving. food coloring. kala meaʻai. food chain. kuʻina meaʻai. food web. pūnaewele meaʻai. health food. meaʻai hāʻehuola. high-fat food. meaʻai nui o ka ʻailakele. low-fat food. meaʻai liʻiliʻi o ka ʻailakele.

food groupas one of the six food groups. pūʻulu meaʻai. the food groups, i.e. the collective union of all six food groups (calcium/milk, vegetable, fruit, starch, meat, and fat). pae pūʻulu meaʻai.

food labelas for giving product information on a package of food. lepili māhuaola.

food troughpākini meaʻai

food troughpākini meaʻai

fool₁simpleton. hūpō, waʻawaʻa, lōiele; pulu (Eng.). see kamipulu. to act the fool, hoʻowaʻawaʻa.

fool₂to deceive. hoʻopuni wale, hoʻowalewale, ʻoʻupe, pūlapu.

foolishhūpō. also: hāwāwā, ʻānaʻanea, hāpuku. see crazy.

foolishnesshūpō, lapuwale, naʻaupō.

foot₁anatomical. wāwae. ball of foot, mānea. hollow of foot, instep, poli, poli wāwae, poho wāwae. to trip with the foot, kāwae. foot-binding, ʻūmiʻi ʻana i ka wāwae.

foot₂twelve inches. kapuaʻi.

footthe unit of measurement. kapuaʻi. abb. kp. see square foot. foot or head of a trail. nuku. see pass.

foot raceheihei kūkini.

footageas of a video tape. līpine. blank footage. līpine maʻemaʻe. raw footage. līpine paʻi maka. as the number of minutes of video tape shot. minuke līpine.

footballkinipōpō peku.

footballthe sport. pōpeku. the ball. kinipōpō pōpeku. football field. kahua pōpeku, kahua. American Football Conference (AFC). Hui Pōpeku ʻAmelika. National Football Conference (NFC). Hui Pōpeku Aupuni. National Football League (NFL). Kuʻikahi Pōpeku Aupuni.

football gamehoʻokūkū kinipōpō peku.

footboardpapa hehi (used in hula).

footeras in computer documents. kau lalo. see header.

footnoteas in a book or research paper. kuhia o lalo. see endnote, note.

footprintkapuaʻi wāwae, meheu wāwae. also: keʻehana, maʻawe.

footrestkeʻehana, keʻehina, keʻehana wāwae, hehina, hahina.

footstepkapuaʻi wāwae. sound of footsteps, koʻele wāwae.

footstoolkeʻehana, keʻehina, keʻehana wāwae, paepae wāwae.

forno, na, i, . for me, noʻu, naʻu. for you, nou, nāu. for him, her, it, nona, nāna. Look for him, ʻimi iāia.

for your informationi mea e maopopo ai ʻoe, i maopopo ʻoe, he mea hoʻomaopopo kēia.

foraminiferanspaper shell. unahione.

forbidpāpā, hoʻokapu, hōʻole. also: kāmalū, lāhui.

forbiddenkapu, pāpā ʻia.

force₁strength. ikaika; koʻo (rare).

force₂to use force. haʻakoi, puʻe, puʻe wale, hao, huʻe. also: ʻonou, ʻōnoʻonou, ʻō, kaʻihuluhulu, mauaʻālina, lima ikaika, hikipua.

forcepower to affect physical relations or conditions. manehu. balanced force. manehu kaulike. buoyant force, i.e. the upward force of a fluid on an object in it. manehu hoʻolana. centrifugal force. manehu lele niniu. centripetal force. manehu ʻume niniu. electrical force field. kāʻei manehu uila. natural force. manehu kūlohelohe. resistance force. manehu āohiohi.

forcefulikaika loa, hoʻokokōhi.

forcepsʻūpā hoʻopaʻa. see utility clamp.

fordhele mai kekahi ʻaoʻao ā kekahi ʻaoʻao, alaʻau.

Ford IslandPoka ʻAilana.

forecastwānana. see cloud. forecast weather, wānana i ke au o ka manawa. Kona seas with cloud billows that forecast peace (UL 117), Kona kai ʻōpua i kala i ka laʻi.

forecasternānā ao (cloud observer); kilo. see seer.

foreclosepanikū, hoʻokō.

foreclosurepanikū. foreclosure notice, hoʻolaha panikū, hoʻolaha manaʻo panikū.

foregroundas in a photo, movie, or video scene. kāʻei alo. see background.

foreheadlae (for fig. meanings, see Haw.-Eng. entry). bulging forehead, lae puʻu. forehead bone, iwi kānana, kālana.

foreignmai ka ʻāina ʻē mai, ʻē, haole; kūwaho (not domestic); malihini (of foreign origin). foreign land, ʻāina ʻē; ʻāina haole (of white people); kahiki (any foreign country).

foreign accentpualona ʻē.

foreign aidas a government policy. kōkua ʻāina ʻē.

foreign policyas a government function. kulekele ʻāina ʻē. see domestic policy.

foreignerkanaka ʻē, haole, malihini, mea mai ka ʻāina ʻē.

foremanluna, luna hana, luna nui.

foremostmua loa, poʻokela, heke, hiapaʻiʻole.

foreseeʻike ʻē, wānana, kilokilo, kilo, hoʻokilo.

foreshadowinghoʻomakili

foreshadowinghoʻomakili

foresightnaʻauao ʻike mua.

foreskinʻili ʻōmaka, ʻōmaka, ʻolomua. foreskin cut off in circumcision, olomuʻo. uncircumcised foreskin, puhi. slipped back, of foreskin, pohole.

forestulu lāʻau, nahele. also: moku, , kua lāʻau, ulueki. forest clump, maha lāʻau. rain forest, maʻukele. uplands forest, wao kele, māulukua. edge of forest, pili lāʻau. forest of the sea, ulu lāʻau makai (of a fleet at sea).

forestululāʻau, nahele. see ranger watchtower. forest reserve. ʻāina hoʻomalu ululāʻau. rain forest. nahele maʻukele. subalpine forest. ululāʻau lalo ʻalapaina. temperate forest. nahele kemepale.

forestedpaʻapū i ka ulu lāʻau.

foretellwānana, haʻi ʻōuli. see predict.

forevermau loa, i ka wā pau ʻole, kau ā kau, nalo loa.

forewordʻōlelo haʻi mua.

forewordalso preface, as in a book. ʻōlelo haʻi mua, ʻōlelo mua. see introduction.

forfeituku hoʻopaʻi, kāʻihi.

forgekuʻi hao.

forgeryʻāpuka, kākau ʻāpuka. forged document, palapala ʻāpuka.

forgetpoina. see forgotten.

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

forgetfulpoina wale, poina ka noʻonoʻo.

forget-me-notmai-poina-ʻoe-iaʻu.

forgivekala, huikala. also: wehewehe, wehe, makala, mokala, kū i ke kala. see ex., trespass.

forgivenesskalana. see forgive. to ask forgiveness, noi e kala ʻia, hoʻokāmakamaka.

forgivingnaʻau aliʻi. see forgive.

forgottennalo, nalowale, nalohia, poina, poina ʻia.

forkmana (branching); ʻō (eating); hāmana; kohe (at lower ends of house rafters).

forkspading fork. ʻō ʻeli (preceded by ke). tuning fork. hao hoʻokani, ʻō hoʻokani (preceded by ke).

forkedhāmana. cf. manamana.

forkliftkaʻa hāpai

forkliftkaʻa hāpai

formkino. printed form, paʻi hakahaka, hoʻopihapiha. shadowy form, haili aka. to have a dual form, kino pāpālua. to take form, hoʻokino; ʻōhopehopekeʻa (of tubers, rare).

formorder form. palapala ʻoka. registration form. palapala kāinoa.

formstandard form, as for numbers. kino huahelu. expanded form. unuhi kūana.

formkino₃

formkino₃

formalkū i nā lula, paʻalula. formal party, ʻahaʻaina paʻalula. formal attire, ʻaʻahu i kau lula ʻia, ʻaʻahu hoʻohiwahiwa.

formalinpomalina.

formatas of a computer file. hulu. see compatible, disk. file format. hulu waihona. to format. hoʻonohonoho. as of a document in a computer program. hoʻonohonohona. custom format. hoʻonohonohona pilikino. to format or initialize, as a computer disk. hoʻāla.

formationkūkulu ʻana, hoʻokumu ʻana, noho papa (military).

formermua, kēlā.

formerlywā mamua.

formicforimiku. formic acid. ʻakika forimiku.

formulain math and science. haʻilula. chemical formula. haʻilula kemikala.

formulatekālai (a policy, plan). see plan.

fornicatormoekolohe, moekolohe male ʻole ʻia, ai; moe ipo (Biblical).

forsakehaʻalele.

forsakenhaʻalele ʻia, kuānea, ʻowā.

fortpāpū, hale pūkaua, puʻukaua, hale kaua, hūlili.

Fort StreetAlanui Pāpū.

Fort SumterPāpū Kumeka, Pāpū Sumeta.

forthi mua, aku. and so forth, ā pēlā aku, ā pēlā wale aku.

fortifyhoʻoikaika, hoʻokūpaʻa, hoʻolako i nā mea kaua.

fortitudemanawanui. see courage.

fortresspāpū. flying fortress, pāpū lewa. see fort.

fortunatepōmaikaʻi, ahona, kūlia.

fortunepono, holo ʻana; waiwai nui (wealth). see fare, rain. good fortune, pōmaikaʻi, ulia pōmaikaʻi. fortune-telling, kilokilo, kilo nānā lima, kilokilo pepa.

fortykanahā. also: kaʻau, ʻiako.

forty thousandkini.

forty-eightkanahā kūmāwalu, kanahā kumamāwalu.

forty-fivekanahā kūmālima, kanahā kumamālima.

forty-fourkanahā kūmāhā, kanahā kumamāhā.

forty-ninekanahā kūmāiwa, kanahā kumamāiwa.

forty-onekanahā kūmākahi, kanahā kumamākahi.

forty-sevenkanahā kūmāhiku, kanahā kumamāhiku.

forty-sixkanahā kūmāono, kanahā kumamāono.

forty-threekanahā kūmākolu, kanahā kumamākolu.

forty-twokanahā kūmālua, kanahā kumamālua.

forwardmua, i mua; mahaʻoi, mīʻoi, ʻāwini (rude). Forward, march! naue i mua! keʻehi lōʻihi! Forward! I mua! Mamua!

forwardwith palms facing forward. pohoalo. see backward, hit, pull-up, fast forward. power forward or four man, in basketball. kūhā. shooting forward, swing man, or three man. kūkolu.

fossilmōʻalihaku, wīhaku. fossil fuel. wāwahie mōʻalihaku, wāwahie wīhaku.

fosterhānai, hoʻomakua, hiʻi, mālama, kōkua. foster child, keiki hānai (see saying, keakea). foster parent, kahu hānai, makua hānai, makua kōlea; ʻūhā (chiefly).

foul₁filthy. pilau, ʻeka, kelo, ʻinoʻino, ʻikuʻiku.

foul₂in sports. pāʻani hewa (e kū ʻole i nā kānāwai).

foulin team sports such as basketball. kuʻia. blocking foul, in basketball. kuʻia ʻākeʻa. offensive foul. kuʻia kūlele. personal foul. kuʻia pilikino. team foul. kuʻia kime. technical foul. kuʻia kūhelu. to deliberately foul. hoʻokuʻia. to commit an intentional foul. hoʻokuʻia ahuwale. to commit a flagrant foul. hoʻokuʻia kīpaku.

foundhoʻokahua (establish); kūkulu (as a society); hoʻokumu. see find.

foundationkahua, kumu, papa, mole, kumupaʻa. also: paʻa, honua. house foundation, kahua hale. foundation of the earth, papa honua, papakū. foundation principles, kahua hana. to lay a foundation, hoʻokahua, hauʻopo, ʻopo.

foundationfor makeup. palaina helehelena.

founder₁see sink. piholo.

founder₂see establish. founder of, mea nāna i hoʻokumu. group of founders, poʻe nāna i hoʻokumu.

foundrywahi (kapuahi) hoʻoheheʻe hao.

fountainpuaʻi wai, wai pipiʻi.

fountaindrinking fountain. puaʻiwai. for decoration. pūnāpuaʻi.

fountainpuaʻiwai

fountainpuaʻiwai

fountain penpeni pāuma.

fourʻehā, , ʻahā, kāuna. by fours, pāhā. four times, ʻehā, ʻahā, kuahā.

four hundredʻehā haneli (hanele), lau.

four manalso power forward, in basketball. kūhā.

four o'clockhola ʻehā; nani ahiahi, pua ahiahi (flower); pāpala kēpau (trees).

four squarekuea pāhā

four squarekuea pāhā

four thousandʻehā kaukani, mano.

four-by-four . four-by-four board or lumber. papa .

fourfoldkuahā (rare).

four-packsee pack.

foursomekāuna.

fourteenʻumi kūmāhā, ʻumi kumamāhā.

fourth, hapahā. the fourth time, ka hā o ka manawa.

Fourth of JulyLā ʻEhā o Iulai, Pokiulai.

fowlmoa, manu.

fowleralualu manu, uhai manu, hahai manu, kāwili manu, laukia manu, kūhea manu, kono manu.

foxʻalopeke.

foxArctic fox. ʻalopeka ʻĀlika, ʻalopeke ʻĀlika.

fox and geesepunipeki, manu (game).

foxtailmauʻu pilipili, mauʻu Kaleponi.

fr

fra    fre    fri    fro    fru    fry    

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fractionhakina (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), hakihana, ʻano pili, hapa. terms of fractions, lālā, palena.

fractionin math. hakina. equivalent fraction. hakina heluna like. improper fraction. hakina lapa. terms of a fraction. palena. see terms.

fractional partmāhele hapa. one-half (part). māhele hapalua.

fracturehaʻi. fractured skull, poʻo nahoa.

fragilehaki wale, palupalu, ʻūpalu, palahē, pōhae.

fragileeasily broken. haki wale. as glass. nahā wale. susceptible to change. pāloli.

fragmenthapa, hunahuna, hakina, hakihana, moku, mahele liʻiliʻi. also: ʻāpana, ʻāpaʻapana, , momoku, welu, huhuna, māmala, mākoli, ʻōpilopilo. food fragment, hakina ʻai, hamu.

fragranceʻaʻala, ʻala, onaona, anuhea; moani (wafted). see hala₃, pō₂, smell, sweet, and saying, friend.

frailnāwaliwali, palupalu. also: lahilahi, lahi, kūmīmī, hakakaʻe, pīlahi, nanaiea, kinoʻole, puāhilo, ʻolalahina.

framehaka kaulaʻi, hakakū (for drying); haka ipu (for hanging calabashes); lāʻau (picture frame); holopapa (for tapa); oʻa (of ships); (of a bed). frame a picture, hoʻopaʻa i ka lāʻau kiʻi.

frameas in bowling. kuea. see entries below and molding. bowling frame. kuea maika. bed frame. hao pela. doorframe. kikihi. picture frame. mōlina kiʻi. window frame. mōlina pukaaniani.

frameas in a computer program. mōlina. open frame. mōlina kaʻakaʻa. closed frame. mōlina paʻa.

framea single frame of a movie or video film; also to frame or arrange the content of a photograph, movie, or video picture within certain borders. mōlina.

framehaka lāʻau₂

framehaka lāʻau₂

FrancePalani, Farani.

Francealso French. Palani, Farani.

frangipanisee plumeria.

frankhunāhunā ʻole.

FrankfortPalanipoka, Faranifota.

frankincenselipano.

fraternityhui malū (society); aloha i ka hoa kanaka (love of fellow man).

fraternizelauna aloha.

fraudulentʻāpuka, kolohe.

frayedweluwelu, welu, uluulu, huluhulu.

freakʻano ʻē, ʻeʻepa.

frecklesluluāʻina.

free₁state. kūʻokoʻa, kuakahi, kuʻu ʻia; manuahi, manawaleʻa (gratis); noa, kaʻanīʻau (of taboo); mokala, makala (of defilement); mōhala, mōhalahala (as from fear). see translation. free time, manawa kaʻawale.

free₂to free. hoʻokuʻu, hoʻokuʻu laʻelaʻe, kala, weke, hoʻohemo; hoʻopakele (save); molokala, hoʻokuakahi, hoʻomānewanewa; hoʻonoa (taboo).

freeexempt from external restrictions. kūnoa. independent. kūʻokoʻa. no charge. manuahi. not in use. kaʻawale. see entries below and toll free.

free nitrogen compoundpūhui naikokene kaʻawale.

free stylecrawl, in swimming; also to swim using this style. ʻau kolo. see stroke.

free swingas a single rope hanging from a tree branch. lele koali. see fixed swing.

free throwin basketball; to make such a shot. noa. single free throw. noa pākahi. one-and-one free throw. noa hou. two- shot free throw. noa pālua. free throw line. laina noa.

freedomkūʻokoʻa, noa. freedom of speech, pono kūʻokoʻa nō ka ʻōlelo, lanakila o ka ʻōlelo. freedom from arrest, pakele mai ka hopu ʻia.

freedomalso liberty. kūnoa, kūkāʻokoʻa. see free.

freedom of worshippono kūʻokoʻa no ka haipule

freedom of worshippono kūʻokoʻa no ka haipule

freelance i ka hai.

freelyʻano kūʻokoʻa. to give freely, hāʻawi hemolele. to go freely, hele laulā, hele wale, kahakū.

freelyto go freely, i.e. have freedom to go wherever one pleases, to "have the run of the place." hele lanakila.

free-market economythe economy of a country wherein buying and selling can take place without government restrictions. hoʻokele waiwai lanakila. see command economy.

freewriteto write about anything one chooses; also extemporaneous writing. kākau ulu wale.

freezemake anu, hoʻopaʻa i ka hau, makaʻeleʻele.

freezeto freeze something. hoʻopaʻahau. see entries below. frozen. paʻahau. to freeze dry something. hoʻokaʻohau. freeze dried. kaʻohau. freezer. pahu paʻahau.

freezer tapemasking freezer tape. leki pahu.

freezing pointkēkelē paʻahau. see boiling point, melting point.

freightukana. freight conveyance, kaʻa hali ukana.

freightermoku lawe ukana.

FrenchmanPalani.

French Frigate ShoalsKānemilohaʻi.

French GuianaKiana Palani.

French horn puhi Palani.

French PolynesiaPolenekia Palani.

frequencyin math. alapine.

frequency modulationFM. FM (pronounced fāmū). see AM.

frequentpinepine, mau, maumau, alapine.

frequent-flyer numberas used in airline promotions. helu lele pinepine.

freshhou. also: maka, makamaka hou (as fish); līhau (as moist plants); koʻiʻi, kāmakamaka, ʻōpiopio.

freshmanhaumāna komo hou.

fresh-water marshālialia wai maoli.

fret₁complain. , hoʻonē. also: none, hauwene, loloā, uilani, ʻōnēnē, ʻalalehe.

fret₂of ukulele. .

fretas on an ʻukulele, guitar, etc. . see ʻukulele.

friablepalahē, pakēpakē.

friarpeliala.

fricativein linguistics. hahī.

friction₁rub. ʻānai. fire by friction, hiʻa ahi.

friction₂disagreement. hukihuki, kūʻē.

frictionas when one thing rubs against another. manehu ʻānai.

FridayPōʻalima; kōʻele.

Fridaypoʻalima. abb. P5.

friedpalai. fried chicken, moa palai.

fried maninimanini palai

fried maninimanini palai

friendhoaloha, hoaaloha, makamaka (o-class); aikāne (a-class); hoa pili (intimate, personal); hoa. also: hoalauna, makamaka hānai, ʻaikapa, pilialo, pili mua, lawakua, lehua, hale aikāne, ʻau koʻi, pili. see saying, kou₂. my friend, koʻu hoaloha, koʻu makamaka, kaʻu aikāne. friend as close as a relative and treated as such, hale aikāne. to make friends, hoʻohoa, hoʻāikāne, hoʻohoaloha. a friend, a nest of fragrance, he aikāne, he pūnana na ke onaona (poetic).

friendlessmakamaka ʻole, kuewa.

friendlyhoʻālohaloha, hoʻohoaloha, laulauna, maka launa, heahea, hoʻolauna. also: launa, noho aloha, kāʻēʻē.

friendlysee user friendly.

friendshippilialoha, lauleʻa, ʻimi hale. see friend. to feign friendship, palai, hoʻokāmaʻe, hoʻomalae, hoʻokamani.

friezekāʻei kiʻi kālai.

frigate birdʻiwa (see sayings, ʻiwa₁).

frightpūʻiwa, hopohopo, makaʻu, puoho, hikilele. see fear.

frightenhoʻomakaʻu, hoʻoweli. also: hoʻopūʻiwa, hoʻohihiu, hoʻolīʻō, hoaka, aulau, hoʻēno, hoʻolele hauli. to stare as to frighten, ʻaʻā maka.

fringekaʻe, palena (edge); kuʻuwelu (on a shawl); lepe (tear); palalei (tapa). fringe benefits, mea pōmaikaʻi pākuʻi.

fringe benefitany employee benefit other than salary, such as medical insurance, etc. pono keu.

fringedkuʻuweluwelu, kuʻuwelu.

friskylelele, ʻanapau, kiani, kīkaʻelekē.

frivolouspuni leʻaleʻa wale, leʻaleʻa noʻonoʻo ʻole, hoʻopulelehua.

frockpalaka (Korn)

frogpoloka, lana, moʻo lele luʻeluʻe.

frogpoloka. tree frog. poloka kau lāʻau. orange tree frog. poloka kau lāʻau ʻālani. wrinkled frog. poloka mimino.

froliclapa, kūlapa, pāʻani lapa, ʻanapau.

frommai, mai ... mai, no. from honolulu, mai honolulu, mai honolulu mai, no honolulu. from there, mai laila.

frommaiā

frommaiā

frondlau, oho, lālā.

frontalo, mua.

frontas of weather. kuʻina. see solvent front. cold front. kuʻina huʻihuʻi. warm front. kuʻina mehana. stationary front. kuʻina paʻa.

front doorʻīpuka o mua

front vowelin linguistics. woela kaumua. see vowel.

frontagealo.

front-endin math. hapa mua. front-end digit. kikohoʻe hapa mua. front-end estimation. koho hapa mua.

frosthau, hauʻoki, kēhau anu.

frothhuʻahuʻa, huʻa; ʻaeʻae, māpuna (of the sea). froth at the mouth, kahe ka huʻa o ka waha.

frothed milk(hot) chocolate with frothed milk. kokoleka me ka waiū huʻahuʻa.

frownhoʻokuʻemaka, pupuku, hoʻokuʻekuʻemaka. also: pukupuku, ʻōpukupuku, hoʻopukupuku, pupuku ka lae, hoʻonohu, ʻūmalu, hoʻoʻūmalu, ʻiʻī, hoʻomakapū, mākuʻe.

frownhoʻokuʻemaka. see scowl.

frozenpaʻahau

frozen yogurthauwaiūtepe. see freeze.

fructosehuakō. see glucose.

frugalhoʻomakauliʻi, hoʻopī, pākiko, kīhau. see thrifty.

fruithua, hua ʻai; pīʻai (berry-like fruit, rare). small or inferior fruit, hua liʻi, hua iki. blasted fruit, hua ʻai mālili, hua lili. fallen fruit, hua hāʻule. having many leaves but little fruit, pālahalaha lau. to bear or form fruit, hua, hoʻohua, hōʻumeke, hoʻoʻumeke, hōʻiʻo.

fruit flypōnalo huaʻai.

fruitfulhua nui, huahua, momona.

fruitlesshua ʻole; pauʻaka, ʻuʻa (unproductive).

frustratehoʻohoka, hoʻopūhili.

frustratedpūhili, ulukū o ka noʻonoʻo, hoka.

fry₁cook. palai.

fry₂small fish. pua, pua ʻiʻi. cf. fish.

frysee deep-fry.

frying oilʻaila palai.

frying panpā palai.

frying pan palai (preceded by ke). frying pan handle. ʻau palai (preceded by ke).

fu

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fuchsiakulapepeiao.

fudgekokoleka pāhoehoe.

fuelwahie.

fuelwāwahie. external fuel tank, as on a spaceship. pahu wāwahie kūwaho. fossil fuel. wāwahie mōʻalihaku, wāwahie wīhaku.

fuel truckkaʻa ʻaila

fuel truckkaʻa ʻaila

fugitivemahuka.

fulcrumlona hulei.

fulfill, hoʻokō.

fullpiha; poepoe (as the moon); māʻona, piha ka ʻōpū, pōhalakē (from eating; see saying, pulu₅); pihapiha, ākea (as a garment); ʻeo, kāʻeo (as a calabash). also: ʻōpihapiha, nokeʻa, nolo, lēʻia, lēʻī, hūalakē, hāʻale, hoʻokūkū, newe, nepu, neki. see saying, lua₁. completely full, piha pono, pihaʻū, piha pū. full-blooded, piha. nights of full moon, hoku, māhea-lani. full tide, kai piha, kai nui.

full justifiedas type in printing. kaulihi like. see justify.

fullbackin football. ʻapohu.

full-court pressin basketball. lulumi piha. see press.

full-grownmakua.

fullnesspihana, piha, ʻōpihapiha.

fullyʻokoʻa. see entirely.

fumemāhu, ea. tobacco fumes, ea paka.

fumeea puka, ea.

fumigantlāʻau make hanu. see poison.

fumigatepepehi mea ʻino, hoʻouahi mū.

funleʻaleʻa, hoʻoleʻaleʻa. see sayings, Halāliʻi, wela.

functionkuleana, lawelawe hana, hana.

functionas on a calculator or a computer keyboard. hana. function key. pihi hana (preceded by ke). as on a calculator. lawelawe hana. in math. hahaina. function rule. lula hahaina. linear function. hahaina lālani. quadratic function. hahaina pāhoʻonui lua. see quadratic equation.

fundwaihona kālā.

fundsee endowment fund.

fundamentalkumu, honua. see Pentecost. fundamental knowledge, ʻike kumu.

fundskālā. Out of funds, ʻaʻohe kālā; puki, poloke (slang).

funeralhoʻolewa. see wake.

funeral feastʻahaʻaina make.

funeral parlorhale hoʻolewa.

fungusakua, pepeiao, pepeiao akua; kane (tinea); unahi pōhaku (on stones).

fungusgeneral term. kalina.

funnelkānuku.

funnelkānuku.

funnyhoʻomākeʻaka, kū i ka ʻaka, hoʻokolohe. also: hūʻeu, laupaʻapaʻani, hoʻokāʻau.

funnywitty. hoʻomakeʻaka.

furhulu, huluhulu, huhulu, hulu kupu, ʻili holoholona.

fur sealsila pūhuluhulu.

furioushae, piʻi ka huhū wela loa. also: ehuehu, iōʻena, laukōnā, pūkīkī. see angry.

furl, ʻākī, pōlena, pāpio.

furlongpalelona, kekakia.

furnacekapuahi, umu.

furnishhoʻolako. well-furnished, lako.

furniturelako hale, pono hale. also: kāhiko o ka hale, paʻahana.

furrowʻauwaha, waʻa, waʻawaʻa, mōʻali, māʻali, hālua, holowaʻa, moʻoʻali.

furrowedʻauʻauwaha, waʻawaʻa, waʻawaʻahia, ʻāwaʻawaʻa, ʻōwahawaha, kāwaha, māio, ʻānuhenuhe, mākuakua.

furthermorekoe kēia, aia kēia, eia hou hoʻi, eia nō naʻe, aia naʻe, naʻe, eia kekahi, hoʻoiho.

furtivemalū, hialele.

furyhuhū wela loa, maka welawela, hae. also: ʻaʻā, ehuehu, ʻōnohi ʻula, ʻoʻolokū, kuapuʻe.

fusekaula hōʻā (as on firecracker); iho uila (electric).

fuseʻuiki uila. fuse box. pahu ʻuiki uila.

fusionnuclear fusion. kuʻi nukeliu.

fusskaʻe, hauwalaʻau, hauwalawalaʻau.

fussykamalani, ʻōnēnē, ʻekeʻeke, waewae.

futuremua, wā ma hope. see tense. near future, kēia mua iho. distant future, kēia mua aku.

fuzzhulu weuweu, heu.

fuzzyweuweu, pihulu, ʻōheuheu.

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