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gno Hawaiian term.

ga

gab    gad    gaf    gag    gai    gak    gal    gam    gan    gap    gar    gas    gat    gau    gay    gaz    

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gabblehauwalaʻau, hauwalawalaʻau, ʻohi. gabble mouth, waha koʻu.

gablehākala, kala hale. gable post, kuhana.

Gabonalso Gabonese. Kapona, Gabona.

gad aboutkiʻihele, hele kauhale, ʻaeʻa wale, lalau. also: ʻanau hele, ʻāpoʻo, poʻapoʻapōlā, kamapuka, māʻau, pakaulei, paikaulei, paikauhale, kīhei. see vagabond and sayings, kīhei, panau.

gadgetdevice, doohickey, gizmo, thingamajig. hāmeʻa. see apparatus, instrument, tool.

gafferas for movie or video production. luna uila. see best boy.

gagpaʻawaha, hoʻopaʻa i ka waha, ʻowā, hōʻowā, luaʻi, kōkā; hoʻoluaʻi (make vomit).

gaietyʻoli, leʻaleʻa. to cause gaiety, hoʻohauʻoli.

gaillardiamelekule wai kāhuli.

gainloaʻa, puka, kumuloaʻa.

gaitkaʻina wāwae, ke ʻano o ka hele ʻana.

Gakalso Flubber, a game. palēkele.

Galapagos IslandsPae Moku Galapagosa

galaxywiliau hōkū. Andromeda galaxy. ka wiliau hōkū ʻo ʻAnakolomeka.

galemakani nui, kelawini.

galekelawini, makani kelawini. see wind. stormy wind; whole trees in motion and inconvenience felt in walking against the wind, in meteorology. ʻena makani.

GalileeKalilaio, Galilaio; Kalilaia.

Galileoalso Galilean. Kalileo. Galilean moons. mahina ʻo Kalileo.

GalipoliKalipoli.

gallau (for idioms, see au); au ʻawa (bitter).

gall bladderau. The gall bladder has burst, yellowness spreads, pohā ke au, ke piʻi nei ka lena (of ill will).

galledmūkole.

galleryas in a computer program. papa hōʻikeʻike.

gallinuleʻalae (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); nūkea.

gallonkālani.

gallonkālani. abb. kln. half gallon. hapalua kālani. gallon jar or jug. ʻōmole kālani.

gallopholo nui, kīau, holoʻanai.

gallowsʻāmana, ʻolokeʻa.

GalvestonKalewekekona, Galevesetona.

GambiaKamapia.

Gambia RiverMuliwai Gamabia

gamblepiliwaiwai. gambling games: pili kālā, pili hihia, lāʻau pili, kū-hele-mai, kīpā. see bet.

gambolʻowala; ʻoehu, lapa.

gameno distinction was made between game, sport, and recreation, all of which might be mea pāʻani. see (Mitchell). Eng.-Haw. entries: archery, bowling, box, cartwheel, checkers, cock-fighting, dive, fence, gamble, guess, hide-and-seek, hopscotch, jacks, juggle, kite, marbles, mumble-the-peg, pole vault, quoits, race, ring and ball game, ringtoss, shot-put, somersault, stilt, string figure, swing, tag, top, tug-of-war, wrestling. for game chants, see holohiʻa, punikihi. complete defeat in a game, make pilau. place for indoor games, lōkū.

gameboard game, as checkers. kēmu. game board. papa kēmu. fair game, as one in which each player has the same chance of winning. pāʻani kaulike. fish and game management; also to manage fish and game. hoʻomalu lawaiʻa a me ka hahai holoholona.

gangpūʻulu, poʻe.

Ganges RiverMuliwai Ganagesa

Ganymedea moon of Jupiter. Kanimeki.

gaphakahaka, kāwaha, niho mole (aperture); nuku (mountain).

gapehāmama.

garagehale kaʻa.

garbageʻōpala. garbage pile, puʻu ʻōpala, ahu ʻōpala. garbage can, kini ʻōpala. garbage container, waihona ʻōpala.

garbage collectormea ʻohi ʻōpala

garbage collectormea ʻohi ʻōpala

garbage manmea halihali ʻōpala

garbage manmea halihali ʻōpala

garbage truckkaʻa halihali ʻōpala

garbage truckkaʻa halihali ʻōpala

garblekake (chant); hoʻokake, pakakē.

gardenmāla, māla pua, māla ʻai. also: kīhāpai, pā kanu, ulu kanu, ulu pua, waena, kāʻaoʻao, laulima. see Eden.

gardento garden; also gardening. mahi māla. botannical garden. māla hōʻikeʻike meakanu. garden ing book. puke mahi māla. garden rake. hao kope. garden store, gardening store. hale kūʻai mahi māla. garden trowel. kopalā lima.

gardeniakiele, nāʻū, nānū.

Gardner PinnaclesPūhāhonu.

garglehōʻolāʻolā, ʻalalā (rare), pōʻala.

garlandlei.

garlicʻakaʻakai pilau, ʻakaʻakai pūpū, kālika.

garmentʻaʻahu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); lole komo, kāmaki; uhikino, pale (outer). full and flowing garment, pihapiha. garments, paʻa kapa.

garnetkaneka, ganeta.

garnishmikomiko. to garnish, hoʻomikomiko.

garrisonnā koa o ka pā kaua, hūlili.

garrulouswaha nui, waha, walaʻau wale, waha kani, waha koʻu, waha kole, kūlolohili, kanikani ka waha, palolo, palolo hua. see talk and sayings, ʻalalā, ʻolēʻolē.

garterslī kākini.

gas₁a fluid. ea, eaʻaʻā, eamāmā, māhuea, kaka.

gas₂of the stomach. ʻōpihapiha. also: hoʻonākū, nehekū, makani, paʻamua.

gasalso gaseous, as opposed to solid or liquid. kinoea. as in the digestive system. hūea. see entries below and Charlesʻ law. bromine gas. kinoea polomine. gas generator, a device used for producing gases in a chemistry lab. hāmeʻa hana kinoea. gas mask, as used during world war ii. pūnuku ea make.

gas fading control fabricas in meteorology. lole ana kinoea.

gas pumppauma kakalina

gas pumppauma kakalina

gas stationhale kakalina

gas stationhale kakalina

gas tank (cylinder)kini kakalina

gas tank (cylinder)kini kakalina

gas truckkalaka kakalina

gas truckkalaka kakalina

gaseoushōkūhele kinoea

gasificationalso to gasify, i.e. convert into gas. kākinoea. coal gasification, i.e. the process in which steam and hot coal produce hydrocarbons. kākinoea lānahu.

gasifysee gasification.

gasoholʻailahola.

gasolinekakalina, ʻailaea, ʻailea, ahimakani.

gasphanu paʻa, pauaho, paupauaho, kāʻiliʻili, mauliʻawa, omo. also: ʻāʻili, kaʻahili mauliʻawa, hikilele, pūailewa, pūaialewa, ʻoaikū, hemoʻē, ʻōnini.

gastrocnemiuscalf muscle of the anterior of the lower leg. mākala ʻulu, ʻolo ʻolo wāwae.

gatepuka, puka pā also: ʻīpuka, pani, pani puka, kukuna. sliding or movable gate, puka uai.

gatepani ʻīpuka

gatepani ʻīpuka

gatekeeperkiaʻi puka.

gatewayʻīpuka, puka pā.

gatewayalso alias, as in a computer program. ʻīpuka.

gather₁collect (mostly transitive). ʻohi (pick); hoʻāhu, hōʻiliʻili (collect); kuʻi, ʻōlaʻo (as ʻopihi shells). also: ʻiʻi, hōʻuluʻulu, lapulapu; hukihuki (as taro); kōhi (as fruit); aulau (as leaves); lauaʻe.

gather₂assemble (mostly intransitive). hoʻākoakoa. also: , haiamū, mui, hāpuku, lāhui, pūpū, laukua, puku, huihui ā kōlea; ʻohana (for family prayers); (as sails); hōʻaluʻalu (as in sewing); puleheke.

gathererhōʻaluʻalu (as on a sewing machine).

gathering₁collecting. ʻohina, ʻuluʻulu, makaʻuo.

gathering₂assembly. anaina, ʻaha, pihana kanaka. also: pōhai, hono, kīkāmū, ikāmū. see gather. gathering place of birds, kula manu.

gathershōʻaluʻalu; ʻāʻīlepe (as about the neck of a garment).

gaudyʻaʻai loa kohu ʻole (pejorative); hoʻohiehie launa ʻole, hine (usually not pejorative).

gaugeana; keiki (on sewing machine); una, haha kā ʻupena (net); ana ua (rain).

gaugea measuring instrument. meaana.

gauge screwkolū keiki.

gausewahī pulupulu

gauzeʻaʻamoʻo, lole ʻaeʻae loa.

gauzewelu ʻeha, welu wahī ʻeha,ʻaʻamoʻo. wire gauze, steel wool. pulupulu uea.

gay₁cheerful. hauʻoli, hauʻoliʻoli, ʻoliʻoli, leʻaleʻa.

gay₂see homosexual.

gazekauaheahe, haka, hālalo. see stare.

gazeboʻaleʻo.

gazellekao hihiu, kākela, kea, ʻanekelopa.

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gearpono, lako (goods).

gearas in machinery. kia.

geckomoʻoʻalā, moʻokā, moʻo kaʻalā, ʻanaka.

Gee!!

geevumalso go for broke, go for it. lawe pīlahi. see do with all one's might or strength.

GehennaKehena, Gehena.

gelmākū, kuhua.

gelpalaholo. hair gel, dep. palaholo lauoho. silica gel g. palaholo silaka g (pronounced palaholo silaka ).

gelatinʻūnina.

geldinglio poʻa.

gempōhaku makamae.

GeminiKa-māhana, Nā-māhoe. see Castor, Pollux.

genderkeka.

genealso genetic. ōewe. see genetics, genetic engineering. kūkulu ōewe.

genealogistmea paʻa moʻo kūʻauhau; ipu wai ʻauʻau (fig.).

genealogykūʻauhau, moʻo kūʻauhau, moʻo aliʻi, moʻo kupuna, moʻo kahuna, ikū pau. see ipu wai ʻauʻau. genealogy chant, koʻihonua. versed in genealogy, paʻa kūʻauhau. to recite genealogy, haʻi kupuna, koʻihonua. to discuss genealogy, kūkā moʻo. place where genealogies were studied, hale nauā. to possess a genealogy, āewa.

genealogymoʻokūʻauhau. genealogical story. moʻolelo moʻokūʻauhau.

general₁army. ʻAlihikaua, pūkaua, kenelala.

general₂widespread. laulaha, laulā, laha. general name, inoa laulā, inoa nui. general provisions, ʻōlelo pili i ʻō i ʻaneʻi.

general controlsas in a computer program. hoʻoholo laulā.

general electionin politics. koho pāloka laulā. see primary election.

generalizehoʻolaulā.

generationhanauna. relative or one of the same generation, hanauna like, hoa hanauna. a single generation, kau ʻapaʻapa. a generation back, kaupapa. relative of the parent's generation, makua. three generations removed. kuakahi. four generations removed, kualua. five generations removed, kuakolu. six generations removed, kuahā. seven generations removed, kualima. to live in one place for generations, noho papa.

generatorsee gas generator.

generousmanawaleʻa, puʻuwai aloha, lokomaikaʻi; lilolilo, kahiau (rare). see sayings, kūʻono₁, umauma.

genesiskinohi, kumulipo.

geneticlalau ōewe

genetic engineeringka hoʻoliliuewe ʻana.

geneticskālaiōewe. see gene.

genialʻoluʻolu, laulauna, lauleʻa, heahea.

genitalmaʻi, piko. also: muli pōkiʻi; ule, ʻamokiʻi, anakiʻi, anakiʻu, anamiʻu (male). genital chant, mele maʻi. slit genital, maʻi ʻoā (insult for women).

genitive caseʻauiiki. see possessive case.

GenoaKenoa.

genteelkūlana nihinihi, nihinihi.

GentileKō nā ʻāina ʻē, kenekile.

gentleakahai, mālie, laka, waipahē; gentle, as a breeze, kauaheahe, kolonahe, nahenahe, ʻālaʻi, ānea, aheahe. also: waiʻolu, akanahe, wawali, waliwali, kāpehe, nāwele, ʻūpalu.

gentle breezedust raised and small branches move, in meteorology. aheahe. see wind. leaves in constant motion. kolonahe.

gentlemankeonimana. act as a gentleman, hoʻokeonimana, waipahē.

genuinemaoli, ʻiʻo, ʻoiaʻiʻo.

geoboardin math. papakui anahonua.

geographical coordinates kuhikuhina hōʻike honua. see geography.

geographyhōʻike honua.

geographyhōʻike honua. see geographical coordinates. geographic region. māhele ʻāina.

geologicsee geology. geologic change. lolihonua. geologic depression, as death valley. ʻāpoho ʻāina. geologic fault, as san andreas fault. hakinaheʻe. geologic trench, as aleutian trench. ʻauwaha. geological site. kahua hulihonua.

geologistkanaka hulihonua.

geologyhuli honua, ʻike noʻeau i nā pōhaku.

geologyhulihonua. see geologic, geologist, geophysics.

geometricgeometric cone. ʻōpaʻa. geometric curve. uma. geometric figure. kinona. geometric solid. paʻa, see plane figure, space figure.

geometrid mothʻōʻaki.

geometryanahonua, moleanahonua.

geometryanahonua, moleanahonua.

geophysicskālaihonua. see geology.

GeorgiaKeokia, Geogia.

Georgiaalso Georgian. Keokia.

geothermal electricityuila māhu pele. see electricity.

gerahkela.

geraniumnohoanu, laniuma, hinahina, kupukupu ʻala.

geraniumlaniuma.

gerbilʻiole kepila, ʻiole kebira.

germ, ʻeleao, ʻanoʻano.

germmūhune. see pathogen.

German cockroachBlattella germanica. ʻelelū laʻaloa.

GermanyKelemānia.

Germanyalso German. Kelemānia.

germinateilo, kupu. also: ʻōilo, māʻau, hoʻoheu.

germinateto sprout. ilo. to cause to germinate or sprout. hoʻoilo.

gerundivekiʻa pepeke

gerundivekiʻa pepeke

gestationhoʻokauhua.

gesturekuhi. vulgar or contemptuous gestures: hōʻauwaepuʻu, panau, hoʻopanau, hoʻohuahua, hoʻopuʻukahua, hoʻopohopoho, hoʻokolekole maka, hoʻohelei maka, peu, kū ʻahaʻaha, kūākiʻi, ʻōpeʻa kua, hoʻopakeʻo. to teach hula gestures, hoʻokuhi.

gesturehand gesture also to gesture with the hands, to use sign language. kuhi lima. see sign language.

gesturingkuhikuhina.

Gesundheit!Kihe a mauli ola!

getloaʻa, kiʻi, hoʻokiʻikiʻi, ; get up, ala, māealani; get out of, lele; to get on, kau, eʻe. Get out! Kū hele pēlā! Kū ā hele loa! Hele i kahi ʻē! Hele pēlā! disinclined to get up, lelemu. get to work, hele e hana, hoe aku i ka waʻa. get angry, piʻi ka huhū. Get me some poi. Lawe mai he poi.

GethsemaneKekekemane, Getesemane.

gettinglawena, loaʻa ʻana.

geyserwai pahū.

geyserwaipelekī.

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Ghanaalso Ghanaian, Ghanian. Gāna.

ghostlapu, akua lapu, akua, ʻuhane. also: mauli, wailua; maka pilau, haili, makani, ʻōlohe, ʻula, hoaka, akalau. see Holy Ghost. Ghost procession, huakaʻi pō, ʻoiʻo, kāoʻoloa. to give up the ghost, kuʻu i ka ʻuhane.

ghostlyhanehane, auakua, pahulu, malila. see ghost.

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giantpilikua.

Giant Red Spota huge gaseous feature on Jupiter. ʻōnohi ʻula kūāhewa.

giant slothmelalemu pilikua.

gibberishhīkapalalē, pakakē, kīpakakē, namu, hiohio, kūhipahipa.

gibbetʻolokeʻa.

gibletʻōpū. see gravy.

GibraltarKipalaleka, Gibaraleta.

giddyhānewanewa, pōniu, pōniuniu.

giftmakana, haʻawina; wainohia (rare). farewell gift, hoʻina, makana hele. ceremonial gifts, pālala (palaloa), ʻoloa, louulu, pani. gift of second sight, haʻawina ʻike pāpālua. failure to give a return gift, maua.

gift certificatepalapala makana.

gifted educationas a school program. hoʻonaʻauao haumāna lololo.

giga-a prefix meaning billion (G). pāpiliona. abb. pp. see entries below and deca-, hecto-, kilo-, mega-, tera-.

gigabyteʻai pāpiliona. abb. pp. see byte.

gigajoulea unit of energy. kule pāpiliona. see joule.

gigglehene ka ʻaka, ʻaka iki, hene iki, henehene. also: uwēʻehene, ehehene, kaniʻahē, pūhene.

Gilbert IslandsʻĀina Kilipaki.

GilberteseKilipaki, Gilibati. also: Lelewa, Lewalewa.

gillpihapiha, ʻapi, oʻa; hāʻali (rare). gill plate, maha, mahamaha. depression under gills, ʻaʻali. base of gills, kumu pihapiha. gill net, ʻupenaʻapoʻapo.

gillsof a fish. pihapiha.

gimletkui houhou, wilipuaʻa, ulepuaʻa.

ginkini, wai aliʻi.

gingerʻawapuhi (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), kāhili, ʻamomo, kinika. slimy liquid in blossoms of ʻawapuhi kuahiwi, kikī.

ginger aleʻela kinika.

gingerbreadʻawakeke.

ginghamkinamu. see lole papamū. Scotch plaid gingham, kinamu Kekokia.

ginghamkinamu.

giraffekilape, kamelopaki, kamelopadi.

gird, kāʻai, pūliki. also: pūʻali, ʻaʻa, hoʻopūʻali, kau, paulinalina, liki, kōʻai, ʻōmau, kīpuni; hume (of a malo).

girdlekāʻai. also: kākoʻo, ʻaʻa, ʻaʻa pūhaka, kāliki, apo, pōʻai.

girlkaikamahine, kamahine; preadolescent girl, ʻulapaʻa. see saying, shark. group of girls, kamaliʻi wāhine. girl's task, hana kaikamahine (easy work).

girl scoutno equivalent; sometimes heard: pūʻali kamaliʻi wahine.

girthkaula ʻōpū (of a saddle).

gistʻiʻo, manaʻo nui.

givehāʻawi. also: , kaʻa aku. give birth, hānau. give food, hānai ʻai. give gladly, hāʻawi manawaleʻa, manawaleʻa, hoʻonuʻa, puʻupā, kahiau. give me, mai, naʻu, hāʻawi mai. give for the sake of receiving a return gift, kuʻakuʻai, hāʻawi papa heʻe nalu. give lavishly, hoʻonuʻa, kihikau. give up, hāʻawipio, kuʻu, haʻalele, lepahū; kuailo (as a riddle).

give and goto give and go, in basketball. hāʻawiaholo.

givenas in a math problem. hōʻike ʻia.

gizmodevice, doohickey, gadget, thingamajig. hāmeʻa. see apparatus, instrument, tool.

gizzardʻōpū, puʻu, puʻuʻaiʻai.

gl

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glaciationka hauneneʻe ʻana.

glacierhauneneʻe.

Glacier National ParkPāka Aupuni ʻo Hauneneʻe.

gladhauʻoli, lauleʻa, kāʻēʻē. I'm glad to meet you, hauʻoli ka hui ʻana me ʻoe.

glad tidingsnū ʻoli

glad tidingsnū ʻoli

gladiolusʻuki haole.

gladnessʻoliʻoli, nēnēleʻa. see glad.

GladstonePōhakuhauʻoli

GladstonePōhakuhauʻoli

glanceʻalawa, ʻalaʻalawa, kilohi, leha, maka leha, maka lena, kokoe maka, kiʻina ʻōnohi maka. glance off, holohuʻa, kā kīkepa, ʻōhua.

glandlōkuʻu. endocrine gland. lōkuʻu kuʻuloko. exocrine gland. lōkuʻu kuʻuwaho. lymph gland. lōkuʻu ʻanapuʻu. salivary gland. lōkuʻu hāʻae. thyroid gland. lʻkuʻu hoʻokonukonu pūnao.

glaremaka weli, ʻaʻā maka; hulili, ʻōlinolino (of sun).

glassaniani; kīʻaha (for drinking). glass dish, pā aniani. glass-bottom box, pahu aniani. to touch glasses, as in drinking, pūkē kīʻaha. volcanic glass in hairlike form, lauoho-o-pele.

glass balla Japanese fishing float. pōpō aniani.

glass woolhulu aniani.

glassesmakaaniani (spectacles). glasses case, wahī makaaniani.

glassessafety glasses. makaaniani kaupale. sunglasses. makaaniani kala, makaaniani .

Glauber saltsHauʻeli.

glaucomakaukoma.

glaucushīhīkai.

glazedʻōhewahewa (eyes).

gleamʻanapa, ʻōlino, huali.

gleanhōʻiliʻili. (Luka 2.2)

gleaningsmea ʻohi.

gledekolenika.

gleefulpiha ʻoli; panaleʻa (rare).

glibpalolo, palolo hua, wahawai, waha wali, ʻōlelo paheʻe, kūkake.

glibalso smooth talk, smooth talker. waha wali.

glidekīkaha. also: kākele, niau, palahiʻa, ʻōlali, ʻōhua.

glidein linguistics. ʻōlali.

gliderhang glider. lupekau.

glimmerʻuiki, ʻamo, nakili.

glimpseʻike mahuʻi, ʻike lihi, ʻāweʻaweʻa.

glistenliko, ʻōlali, kuali, kōlilelile.

glitterʻālohi, ʻālohilohi, ʻanapa. also: lali, hulali, hūlalilali, huali, hinuhinu, hoaka, ʻoaka, kōlilelile, kuali, ʻōlali, liko, ʻā, pūwā.

glitterhune hulili.

gloathaʻanui. gloat over misfortunes of others, ʻakola, ʻaikola.

global warminggreenhouse effect. hoʻomehana honua.

globepaʻa poepoe, poepoe, hulipoepoe, poepoe honua, kāhonua.

globealso sphere. poepoe. globe of Earth. poepoe Honua.

globe amaranthleihua.

globefishʻoʻopu hue.

globularpoepoe.

gloompōuliuli. also: pāuli, laʻa uli, malu koʻi, milumilu, ʻeʻelekū, kōanoano, pōnaho, nupa, pōlio; forest gloom, lipo wao nahele. to cast gloom, hoʻomāmalu. to dispel gloom, hoʻomālaʻe.

Gloria PatriKa HoʻonaniʻAna i ke Akua.

glorifyhoʻonani, hoʻohanohano, hoʻokapukapu, kaena; pūhano (rare).

glorioushanohano, nani, kei, poʻiu.

gloryhanohano, nani, kei; hoaka (rare). Glory, glory, nani, nani. The glory of Pali-uli is the misty rain, hanohano Pali-uli i kaua noe (of a handsome person).

glossarypapa wehewehe ʻōlelo. see dictionary.

glossyhulali, hūlalilali, hinuhinu; pano paʻu (black).

glottal stopʻokina, ʻuʻina; koma luna (apostrophe).

glovemikini lima, mikilima.

glovebaseball glove or mitt. mikilima pōhili.

glowʻena, ʻenaʻena, ʻaʻā. also: ʻōwena, ʻōwela, hāweo, huluhulu weo, liko, lamalama, makawela, maka weli, kūʻena, puaʻena, lauʻena, kauluwela, pua ahi, puʻeʻene, liholiho, makali. sunset or dawn glow, alaula.

glowingas in the dark; fluorescent, phosphorescent. hāweo.

glucosemonakō. see fructose. blood glucose. monakō koko.

gluekolū, mea hoʻopipili.

gluetuko. see paste, rubber cement.

glueyʻūlika, ʻūlikalika, pilipili. also: aweawe, kaʻakaʻalina, pīlekaleka, hulina, napo, lina.

gluttonpākela ʻai, puni ʻai. lazy glutton, lomaloma ʻai halalē. desires of a glutton, kuko makapehu.

glycerinekolukeline.

glycinegalaisine.

gn

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gnashʻuwī, nau (as the teeth). sound of gnashing, .

gnatnalo ʻaki, nonanona, lonalona, pōnalo; makika (RSV).

gnatpīnonanona

gnawnali, nalinali, naninani.

GNPgross national product, i.e. the total monetary value of all goods and services produced in a country in a year. kumuloaʻa kāʻokoʻa.

gnu.

go

goa    gob    god    gog    goi    gol    gon    goo    gop    gor    gos    got    gou    gov    gow    

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gohele, hele aku, haele, uhaele, haeleele, uhele; go down, iho, hele iho, kīpou; napoʻo (as the sun); go up, piʻi, piʻi aku, ea; go inland, piʻi aku, hele i uka; go back, hoʻi, hoʻi hou, hoʻi hope; go backward, emi hope; go forward, neʻemua, hele i mua; go ahead, holo i mua, hoe aku i ka waʻa, hoea, hoʻokāʻoi; go on, continue, hoʻomau, ō ʻoia; go by, pass, kāʻalo, māʻalo, kaʻa, kaha; go into, komo; go out, puka, puka i waho; go aboard, eʻe; go with, hele pū, ʻalo, hahai; go around, kaʻapuni, pōʻai, pōʻai haele, ʻaipuni, ʻoai; go far, hoʻomamao, hele loa, hele wale, hiʻikua; go for, kiʻi; go fast, holo, hele kikī, kalalī; go on foot, hele wāwae; turn and go, kaha, peʻa, pelu; go back and forth, kaʻi lewa; go from house to house, hele kauhale, pakaulele; go from place to place, māʻau; go astray, hele hewa; go permanently, hele loa, hoʻi loa; go for the first time or as a stranger, hele malihini; go headlong, kimo; go riding, holoholo, holoholo kaʻa; go to and fro together, haeleele. Ready, set go! ʻOia! Go away! Hele ma kahi ʻē! Hele pēlā! Kū ā hele loa! Kōēkōē d aku! to go asking questions, nīnau hele. to go asking for something, noi hele. For rather rare expressions see akauahelo, ʻeleʻio, hālawa, hele honua, hele kūkū, hihihiki, kahakū, kaha loa, kaiue, kakaʻiāhele, kālawa, kalawai, kiʻipua, koeheke, kololani, kōwē, kōkōwē, kukuaʻau, mōʻalaʻala, moe, moea, momoe, naʻū, ʻōauau, olomio, pāhiki, pokaʻi, wehe.

go for italso go for broke, geevum. lawe pīlahi. see do with all one's might or strength.

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

goadhoʻokikina, wahapaʻa. see tease, urge.

goalpahu hope, pahu hopu, pahukū; kumu (objective).

goalpahuhopu, pahuhopu laulā. see objective. field goal, in football. ʻai peku.

goalhopuhope

goalhopuhope

goatkao. also: kūnānā, nānā. cf. (Gram. 2.9.2). wearer of goat hides, ʻaʻahu ʻili kao (of one so shiftless that he sleep on smelly goat hides instead of mats). The drum sounds, the goat flees, kani ka pahu, holo ke kao (of a bald head likened to a goatskin drum cover).

Goat IslandMokupuni Kao.

goateeʻumiʻumi, kāwelewele.

goatfishthree adult stages are kūmū, weke, and moano; see Haw.-Eng. entries. also: kolekolea, malu, munu.

gobble₁eat noisily. ʻAi mūkā, ʻai halalē, ʻukā, hūkā.

gobble₂as turkeys. pōkeokeo, kolokolo.

gobblerpelehū kāne, pōkeokeo kāne.

gobletkīʻaha puaniki.

goblinno general term. see Menehune, peke.

goblinʻeʻepa pauʻaka.

goblinʻoaka₅

goblinʻoaka₅

gobyʻoʻopu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), nōkea, nākea, nāpili, ʻōhune, aualaliha, kāniʻo.

godakua (both Christian and pre-Christian; for various types, see akua and below); Makua (in Christian prayers); stone fishing god, kūʻula; family or personal god, ʻaumakua, kumupaʻa, ʻaoʻao. see legendary beings, life, prayer. Akua is usually preceded by ke: God is love, aloha ke Akua. abode of gods: , ʻāpapa lani, kaha akua, Kahiki. one who cared for gods and images, kahu akua. So help me God, e ola au i ke Akua. great gods, poʻo kiʻekiʻe. names of the great gods: Kāne, , Lono, Kanaloa. the gods, nā hoa aliʻi. In poetry, references to rain, rainbow, and mist may signify the gods.

God damnKokame, kokami.

godchildkeiki papakema, keiki hoʻokama.

goddessakua wahine, akua.

godfathermakua kāne papakema, makua ʻuhane.

godlessʻaiā, ʻaiāhulu.

godlikeʻano akua, akua, hoʻākua. godlike companion, hoa kua.

godmothermakuahine papakema.

godparentmakua papakema.

gogglesdiving goggles or mask. makaaniani luʻu kai, makaaniani luʻu. protective goggles. makaaniani kaupale.

gogglespale maka

gogglespale maka

goinghelena, hele. going and asking, noi hele. see go.

goiterʻāʻīʻoloʻolo.

goldkula, gula. gold money, kālā ʻulaʻula. gold jewelry, lako kula. gold nuggets, puʻupuʻu kula. five-dollar gold piece, hapahā kini. ten-dollar gold piece, hapalua kini. gold-colored, wai kula.

goldenkula, gula. golden finery, hoʻohiluhilu kula.

golden eagleʻaeko kula.

Golden GateʻĪpuka Gula.

golden rectanglea rectangle in which the ratio of the width to the length is the same as that of the length to the sum of the width plus the length. huinahā lōʻihi kula.

goldfishiʻa ʻulaʻula. white-marked goldfish, iʻa ʻulaʻula lā kea.

golfkolepa, golepa.

golfkolepa. golf club. ʻūhili kolepa. municipal golf course. kahua pāʻani kolepa kiwikā.

golf coursekahua kolepa.

gonenalowale, lilo, hele i kahi ʻē. also: kaʻa, alaheo, puehu. all gone, pau i ka lilo. gone a long time or distance, hala loa. several days gone by, he mau lā i kaʻa aʻe.

gonorrheapala, pala hao, pala lalo, waiiki.

goodmaikaʻi. no good, ʻaʻole maikaʻi. good fortune, pōmaikaʻi. very good, maikaʻi loa.

goodcommon good as the well-being of all members of society. pono o ka lehulehu.

good eveningaloha ahiahi.

Good FridayPōʻalima Hemolele, Pōʻalima Maikaʻi.

good morningaloha kakahiaka.

good newsnū ʻoli

good newsnū ʻoli

good nightsee greeting.

good nightsleep well. e hiamoe pono ʻoe, e hiamoe maikaʻi ʻoe, a hui hou i kakahiaka.

good willlokomaikaʻi.

good-byā hui hou aku (lit., until meet again), aloha; kupae, kupai (rare, Eng.).

good-for-nothinglapuwale, mea waiwai ʻole. also: ʻuʻa, ʻuka, uhaʻula. see useless, vagabond.

good-lookingmaikaʻi, maikaʻi ke nānā aku; kūmū (slang). rare: miʻi, mīkohu.

good-naturedwaipahē, ʻoluʻolu. also: wawali, waliwali, pūnolunolu.

goodnesspono, maikaʻi, hemolele; , auē (exclamations).

goodswaiwai, pono, mea.

goody-goodyhoʻopalō, hoʻomikanele.

gooneykone (probably).

goosenēnē. see saying, ʻalaʻala pū loa. We heard the goose, lohe mai nei mākou i ka nēnē. The goose honks unele unele (this suggests nele, nothing, hence failure, nothing gotten).

goose fleshʻōkala, ʻōkakala, lī ka ʻili, lī ka ʻiʻo. also: kūhulukū; kakalaiō (rare).

gooseberrypohā, paʻina.

gooseneck barnaclepīʻoe ʻōhā kai.

gopherkopahela.

gorgehaoa puhi (for catching eels).

gorgeouspūnono, hoʻohiehie loa.

gorillakolila.

gospelʻeuanelio, ʻōlelo maikaʻi. to preach the gospel, haʻi ʻeuanelio.

gossiplawe ʻōlelo, lawena ʻōlelo, holoholo ʻōlelo, ʻimi ʻōlelo, lohe ʻōlelo, hoʻowā, hauwalaʻau. also: ili ʻōlelo, lonolonoā, nonoā, nonononoā, hoʻopihapiha ʻōlelo, ʻohikau, nuku ʻouʻou, niʻa; hunehune (small talk); nēnē, , kalekale, ʻioʻiolepo, kekēue, hauhauhali. see sayings, hapuku₂, hū₂, huʻea, makani, ʻouʻou₁, wawā, heron.

gotloaʻa. see get, have. He has got five cars, loaʻa iāia ʻelima kaʻa.

GothicKokika.

gotoas in a computer program. e lele i.

gougepōʻalo, hao, pao; koʻi ʻōwili, hōʻoʻoma (carpenter's). eye gouge, to gouge out eyes, pōʻalo maka (fig., ungrateful; one who steals a spouse).

gourdipu (term used for both the gourd plant and the hula drum made of two gourds sewed together, played by chanters; various types, ipu and below); hue (various types, hue and below); pōhue, ʻumeke pōhue. other kinds: hue ʻawaʻawa (bitter); hulilau (fig., woman, wife, mother); ihiloa, ʻio, ʻiole-holo-kula, kepena, kūkaeʻiwa; kūpala, lauhue, mūʻolo, noʻunoʻu, nukupueo, ʻōlaelae, pāhaʻahaʻa, pākākā, palaʻai, panunu kuahiwi; pūliʻuliʻu, pūʻulīʻulī, ʻulīʻulī (for rattles). stem of gourd leaf, hā ipu. upper part of gourd, hū pā ipu. juice of a green gourd, pahukaʻa. gourd with hourglass shape, ipu pueo. large gourd, hulilau (fig., woman); lonolau, nonolau. bottle-necked gourd, mūʻā. gourd containers: hōkeo (fig., a trifle); omo, ʻolo, hue wai, ipu ʻaumakua, laha. cord support for gourds, ʻaha hāwele. cord with which cracks in gourds were sewn together, ʻahamaka. gourd hanger, haka ipu, kā ipu. gourd drums: ipu hula, ipu paʻi, ipu heke, ipu heke ʻole, ipu wai. top gourd in drum, heke. gourd drumbeat, , kāhela, kūkū. gourd hula, hula kuolo (large gourd); hula ʻulīʻulī (rattle). gourd whistle, ipu hoehoe, ipu hōkiokio. gourd for fishing, kākū. gourd for kilu game, kilu. concoction made of gourd fruits and kukui nuts, kumuhonua. pōhue gourd nose, ihu pōhue (stupid). the gourd bottle gurgles when not filled, i ʻolāʻolā nō ka hue wai i ka piha ʻole (of ignorant talk). see saying, haumanumanu.

goutwāwae pehu.

governhoʻomalu, noho aupuni, noho aliʻi, noho.

governmentaupuni. government business, hana o ke aupuni. government building, hale aupuni. colonial government, aupuni koloniala. federal government, aupuni pekelala.

governmentaupuni. two-party system of government. aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua.

governorshipkiaʻāina.

gownʻaʻahu, lole; loose gown, holokū, muʻumuʻu, luʻeluʻe. evening gown, ʻaʻahu hoʻohiwahiwa. train of a gown, huʻa.

gownlole ʻaʻahu

gownlole ʻaʻahu

gr

gra    gre    gri    gro    gru    

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grabkāʻili, ʻapo. grab roughly, lālau ʻino.

grabberlima lālau, mea kāʻili, lima loa.

gracealoha (mercy, compassion); lokomaikaʻi (kindness); ʻolu (as in a dance); pule hoʻomaikaʻi i ka papa ʻaina (before a meal); kalakia (Catholic). for a pre-Christian grace. see ʻaumakua₂. to ask grace, pule hoʻopōmaikaʻi. the grace of God, ke aloha o ke Akua. Hail, Mary, full of grace, aloha ʻoe, ē Mālia, piha ʻoe i ka maikaʻi.

grace notehua liʻiliʻi, hua kōkua.

graciouslokomaikaʻi, ʻoluʻolu, waipahē.

grade₁rank, class. kūlana, papa. sixth grade, papa ʻeono. highest grade, papa kiʻekiʻe loa, hulinuʻu.

grade₂evaluation. heluna, kaha.

grade₃to level. hōʻiliwai.

graderkaʻa hoʻopālaha

graderkaʻa hoʻopālaha

gradientor band, as of colors. ʻauina. color gradient. ʻauina kala.

gradualmālie, liʻiliʻi, lohi.

graduatepuka, hoʻopuka.

graduategraduate level, as of a student in a university who has already achieved an undergraduate degree. muli puka. see undergraduate. graduate student. haumāna muli puka.

graduatehemo kula

graduatehemo kula

graduated cylinderhano ana.

graduation cardkāleka puka kula, kāleka hemo kula.

graduation exercisesʻūniki.

graduation feastʻahaʻaina ʻūniki, ʻahaʻaina puka.

graffitikahakaha kolohe.

graft₁to connect. pākuʻi, pānaʻi. grafted hibiscus, aloalo hoʻoulu pākuʻi.

graft₂dishonest dealing for profit. hana ʻaihue i ʻuhi ʻia.

graftpākuʻi. graft ing wax. pīlali pākuʻi. to grow by grafting. hoʻoulu pākuʻi.

grain₁small particle. huna.

grain₂in wood, stone. ʻiʻo, wai, nao, au, nao ʻohiʻohi. curly grain, nao hāluʻa. yellowish grain in wood, ʻiʻo lau maiʻa. black streaks in grain, pano paʻu.

grain₃see seed. for small grains see barley, oats, rye, wheat.

grainnapoe. pigment grain, in biology. huna kaukala.

grainhuna ʻai

grainhuna ʻai

grainyoneone.

gramhuna.

gramkalame. abb. kal.

grammarpiliʻōlelo, hōʻike ʻōlelo. to study grammar, aʻo piliʻōlelo.

grammarpilinaʻōlelo. see pattern. grammar lesson, a lesson related to sentence structure. haʻawina pilinaʻōlelo. grammar or sentence-structure skill. mākau pilinaʻōlelo.

grammaticallike me nā lula piliʻōlelo.

grammatical sentenceor clause. pepeke. see clause, sentence.

GranadaKalenaka, Garenada.

granadillalilikoʻi, lemi wai.

grandmaikaʻi loa (fine); hanohano (glorious); nui (large, important).

Grand CanyonHakaʻama, ke Awāwa Kūhōhō Nui ʻo Hakaʻama. see Colorado River.

grand jurykiule nui, ʻaha kiule kiʻekiʻe.

grand pianopiano nui

grand pianopiano nui

grand totalhuinanui pau loa. see total.

grandauntsame as grandmother

grandchildmoʻopuna. grandchild of a sibling or cousin, moʻopuna hanauna. to have a grandchild, kani moʻopuna (poetic). to carry a grandchild in the arms, hiʻi moʻopuna.

granddaughtermoʻopuna wahine.

grandfatherkupuna kāne, tūtū, kūkū, kūkū kāne.

grandfathertūtū pā

grandfathertūtū pā

grandmasame as grandmother

grandmatūtū mā

grandmatūtū mā

grandmotherkupuna wahine, tūtū, kūkū, kūkū wahine.

grandmothertūtū mā

grandmothertūtū mā

grandpasame as grandfather

grandpatūtū pā

grandpatūtū pā

grandparentkupuna; hulu kupuna (poetic). to be or become a grandparent, kani moʻopuna, hiʻi moʻopuna.

grandsonmoʻopuna kāne.

grandunclesame as grandfather

granitemāpala.

grannytūtū, kūkū.

granthāʻawi (give); haʻawina (appropriation); ʻae, ʻāpono (approve).

grant-in-aidhaʻawina kākoʻo, uku kākoʻo.

granulesolar granule, gigantic waves of gas which roll across the surface of the sun. ʻale ahi . see solar, sunspot.

grapehua waina, waina. cluster ol grapes, paʻi waina, paʻi hua waina, huihui waina. grape jelly, kele waina. grape raiser, mahi waina.

grapefruitno known Hawaiian name.

grapefruitʻālani pomelo. see pomelo.

grapefruitʻalani nui

grapefruitʻalani nui

grapeshotpōkā lū.

grapevinekumu waina.

grapevinethe plant. kumu waina.

graphalso chart, in math. pakuhi. bar graph. pakuhi ʻaukā. double bar graph. pakuhi paʻa ʻaukā. box and whiskers graph. pakuhi pahu me ka ʻumiʻumi. circle graph. pakuhi pōʻai. cross-tab graph. pakuhi huina ʻikepili. line graph. pakuhi lākiō. graph origin. piko pakuhi. graph paper. pepa makaʻaha. to graph or chart. kākuhi. see graphing calculator. to graph the point. kākuhi i ke kiko.

graphicskiʻi. see bitmap. graphics technician, as for movie or video production. mea ʻenehana kiʻi.

graphing calculatormīkini kākuhi. see graph.

graphitekalapaike.

grasphopu, ʻapo, hao, lālau; haika (rare). fail to grasp, ʻapo hewa, hala ka lālauʻana, hūhewa. to grasp the meaning quickly, ʻaʻapo.

graspinghopuna, ʻāpona. see grasp.

grassmauʻu (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), weuweu. other kinds: ʻakiʻaki, honohono, honohono kukui, hoʻomanewa, hulukoaʻe, kākonakona, kalamālō (ʻemoloa, kāwelu), kauwele, kauwelu, kiliʻoʻopu, konakona, kualohia, kūkaekoloa; kūkaepuaʻa (crab), kūmanomano; lāpine, lūkini (lemon); lule, mākuakua; mānienie (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), mānewanewa; mauʻu Kepanī (velvet); mauʻu kukū, ʻumeʻalu (bur); mauʻu mokae (nut); mauʻu laiki (rice); ʻohe, pālāmoa, pili, pilipili ʻula. blade of grass, lau mauʻu. clump of grass, pūpū weuweu, ōpū weuweu. wilted grass, mauʻu mae. full of grass, pihaweuweu (rare).

grass.paka lōlō.

grassgeneral term. mauʻu, mahiki. California grass. mauʻu Kaleponi. nutgrass. mauʻu pīneki.

grass househale pili, hale weuweu.

grass houseikuai

grass houseikuai

grass linenlilina puʻu mauʻu.

grasshopperʻūhini, ʻūhini akelika.

grasshopperʻūhini.

grasshopperʻūhini kani

grasshopperʻūhini kani

grasslandʻāina mauʻu.

gratewalu, waʻu (uaʻu), olo (verb); hao manamana, papa manamana (noun). also: pīhelehele, ʻānai, ʻuwalu waluhia, waluwalu, uwaʻu, waʻuwaʻu, wawaʻu, wawalu. to grate coconuts, waʻu niu.

gratefulhoʻomaikaʻi. grateful heart, naʻau hoʻomaikaʻi. I am grateful for your help, hoʻomaikaʻi au i kou kōkua mai. I am very gratefully (yours), ʻo wau nō me ka hoʻomaikaʻi.

graterwaʻu. also: uwaʻu, waʻuwaʻu, wawaʻu. see grate. coconut grater, waʻu niu.

gratermeawaʻuniu

gratermeawaʻuniu

gratificationmahalo; leʻa (sexual).

gratingpapa manamana, hao manamana.

gratishāʻawi wale, manuahi, manuwahi, manawaleʻa, hāʻawi hemolele.

gratitudehoʻomaikaʻi, mahalo.

gratuitousmanuahi, hāʻawi me ka uku ʻole.

grave₁burial. , lua kupapaʻu, ilina. also: hale lua, luapō, hē kupapaʻu, hale kupapaʻu, paheʻe. to decorate, as graves, kau pua, lū pua.

grave₂serious. koʻikoʻi kūoʻo.

gravelʻiliʻili makaliʻi; one ʻā (black lava); ōkea (white); ʻaʻā puʻupuʻu.

gravelhakuʻili.

graven imagekiʻi kālai ʻia.

gravestonekia hoʻomanaʻo.

graveyardpā ilina, pā kupapaʻu.

gravitationapāhawewe ʻumekaumaha

gravitationalikehu ʻumekaumaha

gravityʻumekaumaha.

gravityʻumekaumaha. see micro-gravity. antigravity machine. mīkini hoʻopau ʻumekaumaha. center of gravity. piko ʻumekaumaha. specific or relative gravity. lākiō paʻapū wai. zero gravity. ʻumekaumaha ʻole.

gravykai, kai penu, kai likoliko. giblet gravy, kai ʻōpū. to stew or mix with gravy, kākele.

gravy boatipu kai.

grayʻāhinahina, hinahina, ʻāhina, hina; poʻo hina (of hair). also: hiahia, ʻāhiehie, lehu, lālauahi, ualehu, uauahi, pōpō uahi, pua hina, puahia, polohina, pōhina, pākea, laukea, noenoe, koʻokea; poʻo kea, poʻo kuakea, kuahinahina (of hair). to gray (of hair), hina ulu, piʻi kea, aʻeaʻe. for sayings honoring gray hair, aʻeaʻe, ʻō₂.

grayishhinahina, maʻoha.

grayish-blackʻeleuli.

grazehoʻohani, hani, pā lihi (touch lightly); kūlihi (as a bullet); ʻai mauʻu (eat grass).

grazeran animal that eats grass. hamulau mauʻu. see browser.

greaseʻaila, ʻaila hamo, hinu, ʻōhinu, kōnāhua. thick grease, ʻaila paʻa.

greaseas used in machines or for tools with moving parts. hinukele.

greasysame as grease also: kele, kelekele, kele lua, hinu, hinuhinu, lali, pīlalilali, kūhinu, kōlikoliko.

greatnui, nunui. also: manomano, mānuʻunuʻu, ʻī, keʻele, oneʻula, hoʻikau, pākeupali. see greatest. very great, nui loa, leleʻoi, ʻoi aku ka nui.

Great BritainPelekane Nui.

great horned owlpueo kiwi hulu.

great-auntsee grandaunt.

greater thanin math. nui aʻe, ʻoi aku ka nui. see less than.

greatestnui, poʻokela, heke, hapa nui, hapa loa, kaupoku. see great.

greatestgreatest decrease, in math. emi haʻahaʻa loa. greatest increase. piʻi kiʻekiʻe loa.

greatest possible errorin math. palena ʻāluna o ka hewa. abb. pʻāh.

great-grandchildmoʻopuna kuakahi.

great-grandparentkupuna kuakahi.

great-grandprentkukahi

great-grandprentkukahi

great-great-grandchildmoʻopuna kualua.

great-great-grandparentkupuna kualua.

great-great-great-grandchildmoʻopuna kuakolu.

great-great-great-grandparentkupuna kuakolu.

great-nephewsame as grandson

greatnessnui, manomano.

great-niecesame as granddaughter

great-unclesee granduncle.

Greecealso Greek, Grecian. Helene.

GreekHelene.

greedʻālunu, lunu, nunu, ʻānulu, ʻānunu, makeʻe. also: noʻu, lauahi, hulipeua, ʻaʻao.

greedyKālaihaohia

greedyKālaihaohia

greenʻōmaʻomaʻo, ʻōmaʻo, maʻomaʻo, maʻo, uliuli (vegetation); maka (as fruit). also: mamaʻo, mamaka, ʻōhala. see thumb. to make or paint green, hoʻōmāʻomaʻo.

green onionhaving a white bulb with purple inside. lina. with a purple bulb becoming white close to the tip. ʻoʻa.

green roseloke lau.

green sea turtlehonu lūʻau, honu.

greenerylau nahele; lau hoʻohiwahiwa (for decorations); weuweu (in chants). see rain.

greenhousehale hoʻoulu mea kanu.

greenhousehale hoʻoulu meakanu. greenhouse effect, global warming. hoʻomehana honua.

greenishʻanoʻōmaʻomaʻo, mamaʻo.

GreenlandʻĀina ʻŌmaʻomaʻo.

Greenland Seake kai ʻo ʻāinaʻōmaʻomaʻo.

greenslau; lau ʻai ʻia (edible). edible greens: lūʻau (taro); palula (sweet potato); pōpolo, hinihini, pualele, pakai (ʻāheahea), hōʻiʻo, kikawaiō (eaten raw or cooked). see spinach, watercress.

greenswordmaui greensword. ʻāhinahina ʻōmaʻomaʻo.

greetaloha, aloha aku. old forms: weli, welina, ʻanoʻai. also: kāhea, oha, ʻike. see greeting.

greetuē₂

greetuē₂

greetingaloha. the old greetings were: aloha, ʻanoʻai, welina me ke aloha. post-missionary greetings include: aloha kakahiaka, good morning; aloha ahiahi, good afternoon, good evening. The farewell greeting was ā hui hou aku or aloha. These were said also for good night, as for leaving a meeting, but not within the home. to extend greeting, aloha aku, kāhea, oha, eʻe, aʻa. to press noses in greeting, honi.

greeting cardkāleka aloha.

gregariouslaulauna.

greyhoundʻīlio hahai.

gridmakaʻaha. see entry below and graph paper, spreadsheet.

grid paperin math. pepa makaʻaha. base-ten grid paper. pepa makaʻaha kumu hoʻohui pāʻumi.

gridironhao manamana (grate); kahua pāʻani (arena).

griefkaumaha, kaniʻuhū, kūmakena, ʻū. also: ʻūpē, makaʻūpē, mānewanewa, hoʻomānewanewa, pānewanewa, mānaʻonaʻo, hoʻomānaʻonaʻo, mokuāhua, mokumokuāhua, paumākō, hihipeʻa, ikiiki, polohina, naʻauauā, manawahua. to lighten grief, hoʻolana. For poetic expressions of grief, see hananeʻe, luʻuluʻu, ʻūʻū₃, tear₁. In poetry, grief may be represented by heavy rain (ua).

grief-strickennoho ʻū, pā i ka ʻū, , hoʻonū, māʻeʻele, kūlōlia.

grievesee grief. also: auē, aumihi, minamina, kaniāʻau.

grillhao manamana, hao hakahaka.

grillhao kōʻala

grillhao kōʻala

grimacehoʻowaha; haikaika, hoʻohaikaika (defiance, contempt); ualehe, pūʻeʻeke.

grinʻolēʻolē (wide mouthed, as of an image). see smile.

grindwili, ʻuwī, hoʻokala, ʻānai, kuai, hoana. see ground. grind sugar cane, wili kō. grind flour, kāwili palaoa.

grindto grind one's teeth. nau kuai i ka niho.

grindʻuī₂

grindʻuī₂

grindernau.

grindstonehoana, hoana kaʻa.

gripsee grasp. also: uma, pūliki.

gripstagehand, as for movie or video production. mea kūkulu kahua. key grip, stage manager. luna kūkulu kahua.

grippekalipa, garipa.

grittyoneone.

groan, ʻū, ʻuhū, kaniʻū. also: ʻuhūʻuhū, auē, , nūnū, hoʻonū, ʻiʻiʻī.

groceriesmeaʻai.

grocery clerkmea kālepa

grocery clerkmea kālepa

grocery storehale kūʻai meaʻai.

groinkumu ʻūhā; pani kai (sea wall); hola (rare). swelling in the groin, ʻēwai, ʻawaiāhiki (ʻāwai), ʻaukoʻi, hahaʻi.

groomkahu lio. see bridegroom.

groovenao, hālua, ʻaʻali. also: ʻali, moʻoʻali, mōʻali, ʻauwaha, ioio, nīʻau, kohe. to make grooves, hole, hoʻoioio.

grooveon a finger as appears in a fingerprint. māioio manamana lima. see fingerprint.

groovedsee groove. also: ioio, ʻaliʻali, pūʻali, ʻōwahawaha, māio, waʻawaʻa, waʻawaʻahia.

gropehāhā. grope here and there, hāhā hele, hilihua. grope as a blind person, hoʻopāpā. also: hāpapa, kūpāpā.

grosbeak finchChloridops kona. hona. see finch.

grosskāpulu (coarse). gross profit, huina loaʻa.

gross national productthe total monetary value of all goods and services produced in a country in a year; GNP. kumuloaʻa kāʻokoʻa.

grotesquepupuka pepeʻekue, pauʻaka.

grottoana.

ground₁earth. lepo.

ground₂see grind. ground round steak, ʻiʻo pipi i wili ʻia.

ground coverkapauli.

ground layerof vegetation. papa honua. see vegetation layers.

ground zeroas in field mapping. papahonua.

groundedili, mau.

groundhogalso marmot. māmota.

groundnutalso peanut or any edible nut. pīneki, pineki, pīnaki.

groundsoka (dregs); kahua (site); kumu (cause). see fishing grounds. grounds for divorce, kumu no ka ʻoki male.

groundwaterwai honua.

grouppūʻulu, ʻaoʻao. also: ʻau, ʻāuna, pōhai, pōʻai, pewa, pae. see cluster, flock. group of islands, pae ʻāina.

grouppūʻulu. see food group. to form or break into groups; also to group, in math. hoʻopūʻulu. grouping property. ʻanopili hoʻopūʻulu (preceded by ke)

grouperhāpuʻu; young stage: hāpuʻupuʻu (ʻāpuʻupuʻu).

groveulu, ulu lāʻau, maha lāʻau, moku lāʻau, nahele. coconut grove, ulu niu.

grovelernaku liʻi.

growulu, hoʻoulu, kupu; grow wild and lush, uluāhewa, uluāoʻa, kupuohi, pūhuli, oha; grow easily, wild, ulu wale; grow thriftily, kāʻahaʻaha, ʻōuouo; grow fast, uluʻāwīwī, kikī holo, ahuahu; grow by layering, kākiwi; grow irregularly, kāiʻoiʻo; grow thick, hōʻiʻo; grow, as a fetus, ōpū; grow, as tendrils, ʻōkaʻi; grow low, neneʻe. also: āulu, uluulu, ʻōhulu, ohiohi, māohiohi, heu, hoʻoheu. to train to grow as desired, pākōlea. to fill out in growing, hoʻopiha.

growsee entry below and hydroponics. to grow by grafting. hoʻoulu pākuʻi. to grow wild, as weeds. ulu wale. to grow wild and lush. uluāhewa.

growto grow, as in a computer program. ulu. to grow vertically. ulu papakū. to grow horizontally. ulu papamoe. grow limit. palena ulu.

growingkupuna. see grow.

growlnunulu, hae.

growthulu, kupu. also: ʻoulu, ʻiʻo ulu, māhua, ohi. slow growth, kupu lohi, mūnō, kupa liʻi, hoʻokokōhi. forest growth, lau nahele. In poetry, rain and mist may signify growth and greenery (see weep). Young growth stages of some fish are reduplicated bases, as ʻaʻalaʻihi, ʻahaʻaha, ʻāholehole, aʻuaʻu, halahala, hāpuʻupuʻu, ʻōkuhekuhe, pākalakala, pālailai.

grudgemauhala, ʻauʻa. to bear a grudge, hoʻomauhala, manawahuā, ʻeleiki, kūnaʻau. to do grudgingly, kua nui, hoʻokua nui.

gruesomemānaʻonaʻo, weliweli.

gruffʻōkalakala, pūkalakī.

grumbleʻōhumu, ʻōhumuhumu, namunamu, kunukunu, ʻōhalahala, nuku, nuku hoʻomau. also: nakulu, helu, kolo, kolokolo.

grunt. also: keʻu, , ʻū, hoʻoʻū, hōʻū, kaniʻū, ʻuhū, nūnū, hōʻiʻī.

gu

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Guamalso Guamanian. Guama.

guanokūkae manu.

guaranteehōʻoia.

guaranteean assurance of quality or length of use with promise of reim-bursement. palapala hoʻohiki. see warranty.

guardkiaʻi, mea kiaʻi. also: mākaʻi, makaʻina, pale, kūkaʻawe, hoʻopālama; rear guard, hunapaʻa; kingʻs guard, apo hao. to stand guard, kū uwaki. citizensʻ guard, pūʻali kiaʻi mākaʻi.

guardsee entry below and mud guard. Coast Guard. Pūʻali Pale Kapa Kai. king's guard. pūʻali kiaʻi mōʻī. security guard. kiaʻi, kiaʻi , mākaʻi kiaʻi (pō).

guardin football. kūkahi. left guard. kūkahi hema. right guard. kūkahi ʻākau. defensive middle guard, nose guard, or nose tackle. haunaku. point guard or one man, in basketball. kūkahi. shooting guard or two man. kūlua.

guardiankahu. also: ʻohene; ʻūhā (of a chiefly child). see also kaikūʻono, ʻohene, ʻOlu-ʻEkeloa-hoʻokaʻamoena. royal guardian, kahu aliʻi. guardian angel, ʻānela kiaʻi.

GuatemalaKuakemala.

Guatemalaalso Guatemalan. Kuakemala.

guavakuawa (for various kinds, see kuawa and below); strawberry guava, waiawī.

guavakūawa.

GuernseyKunesi. Guernsey Island. Ka Mokupuni ʻo Kunesi.

guesskoho, koho wale, mahuʻi. see riddle. guessing game, pāʻani koho. guessing contest, hoʻopāpā. some guessing games. noʻa, pūhenehene, puʻupuʻuone, pili lima. I canʻt guess. kuailo.

guessalso estimate; to guess, estimate. koho. see estimate. guessing bag. pūʻolo kohokoho.

guestmalihini kipa, mea i kono ʻia. my guest, kaʻu malihini. to be a guest, hoʻomalihini. Be my guest, ke kono aku nei au iāʻoe. guest for a day, he malihini no ka lā hoʻokahi (a newcomer, as though on a honeymoon, is not criticized; later he is to do his share of work).

guesthoakipa

guesthoakipa

guest roomlumi moe malihini.

guesthousehale kipa.

guffawhehē ka ʻaka, hū kaʻaka.

GuianaKiana. French Guiana. Kiana Palani.

guidancealakaʻina.

guidealakaʻi, hōʻike; kukui (poetic). my guide of the eight seas, kuʻu hōʻike o nā kai ʻewalu (in praise of a leader).

guidepage guide, as in a computer document or dictionary. kuhi lihi. teacher's guide or manual. puke alakaʻi.

guided imageryto utilize guided imagery. hoʻohele moeā.

guilemaʻalea.

guilthewa.

guiltyhewa. to find guilty, hoʻāhewa. found guilty, pili i ka hewa. found not guilty, hoʻāpono. He is guilty, kū ka hewa iāia.

guiltysee convict.

guineakini (coin).

GuineaKini. see Papua New Guinea. Equatorial Guinea. Kini ʻEkuakolia.

guinea henkinihene.

guinea pigʻiole puaʻa.

guinea pigʻiole kawia.

Guinea-BissauKinibisau.

guitarkīkā. see slack key. to play the guitar, hoʻokani kīkā; hoʻopāpā (a certain way).

guitarkīlkā. for parts, see ʻukulele.

gulchawāwa, kahawai, ʻoawa, kōwā, ʻōawaawa.

gulfkai kūʻono, kūʻono.

Gulf of CarpentariaKai Kūʻono ʻo Karapenataria

Gulf of DarienKai-o-Kaliana (Dariana).

Gulf of MexicoKai-kūʻono-o-Mekiko.

gullʻōpaʻipaʻi, nēnē ʻau kai (sea gull).

gulliblepunihei, puni wale. see idiom, ʻamaʻama.

gulliedwaʻawaʻahia, kuʻāwaʻawaʻa, ʻōwae.

gullyʻāwaʻa. see gulch.

gulpale, alapoho, moni. also: momoni, momomoni, monimoni, ʻai pōʻala. gulping sound, māʻūʻū.

gumkamu (for chewing); pīlali, , kēpau (as on a ripe breadfruit). gum-producing tree, lāʻau hū. to chew gum, nau kamu. to gum lehua trees for catching birds, kāpili manu, pulehua.

gumboilʻiʻo kupu.

gummypīlalilali, pīlekaleka, lina, loliloli. see gluey, sticky.

gumsʻiʻo pale niho. toothless gums, kaʻe, mūkaʻe.

gun; waikī (rare). machine gun, pū mīkini. toy or popgun, pū pāʻani. water or squirt gun, pū kī wai, pū wai. double-barreled gun, pū kihi lua. gun carried on shoulders, pū kau poʻohiwi. maxim gun, pu wili. cock of a gun, kiko. gun bayonet, ʻēlau waikī. gun salute, pū aloha. row or tier of guns, papapū. to load, as a gun, hoʻopiha.

gunny sackʻeke huluhulu, ʻekemauʻu.

gunpowderpauka kī pū. also: waipahū, oneʻā, waipū.

gunshot, pōkā lū.

gunwalepale.

gunwale strakessee canoe.

guppyiʻa kapi.

gurgleʻolāʻolā. also: hohō, nonō, puaʻi, ʻulī, kūkawowo. see ex., gourd.

gurnardpinao, loloaʻu.

gush₁of water. huahuaʻi, huaʻina, , pāhūhū.

gush₂of speech. puaʻohi, waha kale, ʻohi, hūlani, haʻanoʻu.

gustkokololio, makani pūkīkī, puahio. also: kololio, kokolowini, hio, hihio, mōhio, mōhiohio, mohihio, pūhihio, ʻōhio, kākala, āmio, āmiomio, makani kū honua, ʻoehu, ʻale.

gutsnaʻau.

gutterʻauwaha (ditch); ʻalu (ravine); pulumi (as on a house).

gutturalpili i ke kaniʻāʻī. guttural quality in chanting, ʻiʻi.

guyotmauna kai pālahalaha. see seamount.

guzzlehūkā.

gy

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gymjungle gym, as playground equipment. hao pīnana. see gymnasium, monkey bars.

gym pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

gym pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

gym shoeskāmaʻa haʻuki

gym shoeskāmaʻa haʻuki

gymnasiumwahi no nā pāʻani hoʻoikaika kino.

gymnasiumhale haʻuki. see athletic club.

gymnasticsalso gymnast. kaʻalehia.

gypsumpuna pohaku palupalu.

gypsylāhui ʻaeʻa, mea ʻaeʻa.

gyratepokakaʻa, pōniuniu, oi.

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