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ha ha!ʻuhēʻūhe!

habeas corpuspalapala kuʻukino (writ of).

habithana maʻa, ʻaoʻao, maʻa, mea hana maʻa.

habitatkaianoho.

habitualmaʻamau.

habituatedmaʻa, maʻamaʻa, maʻamaʻahia.

hack₁to cut. , kua, pākā.

hack₂carriage. kaʻapiʻo.

hack sawpahi olo kā

hack sawpahi olo kā

hacklehulu.

hadsee have.

Hades, Kehena, Gehena.

hagluahine pīʻalu, luahine ʻāluʻa, kaikapū, koloʻuʻa. dried-up hag, luahine pīkaʻo.

hail₁greeting. ʻō, aloha; oʻou (rare).

hail₂frozen rain. huahekili.

hailstonemakahekili, pōkā ua hekili.

hairlauoho, oho (head); hulu, huluhulu, huhulu (body). see gray, haircut, Pele's hair, topknot. coarse hair, lauoho ʻoʻoleʻa. wavy hair, piʻipiʻi lau nui, lauoho pipiʻi. kinky hair, lauoho piʻipiʻi pukikī. straight hair, lauoho kālole. long hair, lauoho loloa. short hair, lauoho pōkole, lauoho ʻekekeʻi. hair in curls, lauoho mimilo. person with curly hair, kāpiʻi. reddish hair, lauoho ʻehu. hair black at the roots that shades out to reddish, ʻehu kumu uli. body hair, hulu. piece of hair of beloved deceased, heia.

hairto style hair, as for a play, movie, or video production. hoʻoponopono lauoho. hair stylist. mea hoʻoponopono lauoho.

hair claspʻūmiʻi lauoho.

hair curlerhao hoʻomimilo.

hair dresserwili oho.

hair gelalso dep. palaholo lauoho.

hair netʻupena lauoho.

hair spraykīkina lauoho

hair switchsee switch.

hairbandapo poʻo.

hairbrushpalaki lauoho.

hairclipbarrette. pine lauoho. folding hairclip with teeth. kahi ʻūmiʻi lauoho.

haircutʻoki (ʻako) ka lauoho. see barber, bob. to trim, cut only the ends, ʻoki huelo. mourning haircut, ʻoki kūmākena. kinds of mourning haircuts: ʻoki mahiole, ʻako poʻo ʻōʻū, papaʻiole, paʻipaʻiʻiole, poʻo kepa, ʻoki kīkepa. shark's tooth for hair cutting, niho ʻoki. crew haircut, ʻoki pohe.

hairlessheu ʻole, ʻōmole, ʻōmolemole; ʻōlohe (as a dog).

hairlineas in a computer program. laina lahilahi.

hairpinkui lauoho.

hairpin lacelihilihi kui lauoho.

hairssee root hairs.

hairyhuluhulu, ʻōhuluhulu, pūhuluhulu, pihulu.

Haitialso Haitian. Heiti.

HaitianHaiki.

haleikaika, olakino maikaʻi, paʻa.

halfhapalua, pika. half-covered, kīhapa. half dollar, hapalua. half flower, naupaka. half step (interval in music), kanihapa. half-past five o'clock, hapalua hola ʻelima.

halfhapalua. half dollar. hapalua kālā, hapalua. half gallon. hapalua kālani. one-half part. māhele hapalua.

half notein music. hua mele hapalua. dotted half note. hua mele hapalua kiko.

half restin music. hoʻomaha hapalua.

halfbackin football. ʻāhaʻi.

halfbeakiheihe.

half-court lineon a basketball court. laina kūwaena. see line, as on a basketball court.

half-court pressin basketball. lulumi hapa. see press.

half-mastkau hapa.

half-rectangle principlekulehana huinahā lōʻihi hapalua.

halftimein sports or games. hoʻomaha hapalua.

half-turn imagein math. kinona like wili hapalua. see turn image.

HalifaxHalipaka, Halifaka.

halitosishanu pilo, pilo, waha pilo, ʻōpilopilo, ʻalaea. see saying, hīnālea₁.

hallholo, hale. meeting hall, hālau, keʻena hālāwai.

hallresidence hall, as at a school. hale noho haumāna. see hallway.

hallelujahhaleluia.

HalleyHēli. Halleyʻs comet. ka hōkū puhipaka ʻo Hēli.

hallooʻo, hoʻōho, ūi, hui, oʻou.

hallowhoʻolaʻa. to hallow, hōʻihi, hoʻolaʻa. hallowed, hoʻāno (see ano).

HalloweenHeleuī, hoʻomākaʻukaʻu.

hallucinationmanaʻo ʻolalau, liʻulā, akakū, kūaka.

hallucinationto cause hallucination, hōʻolalau manaʻo. see hallucinogen.

hallucinogenlāʻau hōʻolalau manaʻo.

hallwayholoē, holo.

halopōʻaha mālamalama. halo around sun or moon, luahoana, lua kālai lani.

halopōʻai kaiahōkū wiliau

haltkūlia, .

halterkaula lio, pūnuku.

halyardkaula huki peʻa.

hampuaʻa hame, ʻūhā puaʻa, hame, ʻūhā hame. to smoke, as a ham, hoʻopipī.

HamburgHamepuka, Hamebuga.

hamburgerʻiʻo pipi i wili ʻia.

hamletkauhale.

hammerhāmale. see adze. to hammer, kuʻi, hāmale. stone hammer for canoes, pōhaku kāpili waʻa.

hammerkākī

hammerhead sharkmanō kihikihi.

hammockmoelewa, moe hoʻolewa, makaʻaha, ʻahamaka. string hammock, kōkō.

hamper₁clothes container. wahi waiho lole.

hamper₂hinder. ʻalaʻalai, ālai, ānai, hoʻopilikia.

hamperedhihia.

Hampshiresee New Hampshire.

HamptonHamekona, Hametona.

hamzahsee glottal stop.

Hānasee rain.

HanaleiHanalei (lit., bay that is a lei). see sayings, luʻuluʻu, (FS 97).

handlima; manamana, lima kuhikuhi, manamana kuhi (of a clock); ʻekā, keʻa (of bananas); haʻawina (of cards). to hand, hāʻawi, hō mai (towards speaker). hollow of the hand, poho lima; pāiki (rare). a hand's breadth; to beckon or wave with the hand, peʻahi lima. to form a cup of the hollow of the hand, hōʻaʻapu. to hold hands, go hand in hand, kui lima, kuikui lima. to cross the hands behind the back, hoʻopeʻa kua. on the other hand, ma kekahi ʻaoʻao, akā. thinning hand (of one whose poi thins and ferments quickly), lima heheʻe.

handas opposed to arm. peʻahi lima. see gesture, hand-held. as of an analog clock or watch. lima kuhikuhi. minute hand. lima kuhikuhi minuke. hour hand. lima kuhikuhi hola.

handas a single round in a game of cards. puni. see lap, round.

hand basketʻeke paʻa lima, ʻekeʻeke paʻa lima.

hand cultivatorkīkoʻu paʻa lima.

hand drillwilipuaʻa, ulepuaʻa.

hand lensmagnifying glass. aniani hoʻonui ʻike.

hand mirroraniani paʻa lima.

hand offto hand off (the ball), in football. hoʻoili.

hand wrestlinguma, pā uma, huinalima.

handbagʻekeʻeke paʻa lima, ʻeke paʻa lima, paiki paʻa lima.

handbookpuke lawe lima.

handcartkaʻa huki. see pushcart.

handcuffsʻūpiki lima, kūpeʻe, lāʻau kūpeʻe.

handcuffsʻūpiki lima.

handfulpiha lima, poho lima. rare: haona, haohana.

hand-heldpaʻa lima. see hand mirror, pocket compass.

handicapkīnānā

handicappedkīnā. handicapped in work, pilikia i ka hana.

handicraftnā mea hana lima.

handkerchiefhainakā, hinakā. pocket handkerchief, hainakā paʻeke, hainakā pakeke. paper handkerchief, hainakā pepa.

handle₁touch. lawelawe, limalima, lole, lapulapu, mili; handle over and over, milikaʻa; handle, as a court case, hana. easily handled, miliʻopu. one who handles filth, limalima pilau.

handle₂shaft. ʻau, kūʻau, paʻa lima, kano, kau; kākai (as of a bucket), ʻāpua, kumu. adze or axe handle, ʻau koʻi.

handlefor lifting, as of a bucket or suitcase. kākai. knob-style handle. pōheo, pōheoheo. as of a bureau drawer, faucet, frying pan, toilet, etc. ʻau (preceded by ke).

handlebarson a bicycle. ʻau paikikala (preceded by ke), kalaiwa paikikala.

handmadehana lima.

handshakelūlū lima.

handshakeas in a computer program. hoʻolauna.

handsomeuʻi, nohea, maikaʻi. also: niolopua, makalapua, pōlani, mekila; huapala, kūmū (slang). see sayings, ʻio, ʻiwa, pali-uli, cliff, glory, pimple.

handspringkūwalawala.

handstandalso to do a handstand. lima. see headstand.

handwritingkākau lima, lima kākau, pūlima kākau, pūlima, hapapūlima.

handymākaukau, loea, noʻeau.

hanghoʻolewalewa, lewalewa, lewa, kau, kau lewa. also: ʻalu, kaulei, kāʻawe, ; hang up, as telephone, kau; hang down, hōʻalu, heʻe, mūʻolo, ʻolo, luhe; hang loose, mūʻolo, kuʻuwelu, ʻoloʻolo; hang short, kau neʻineʻi; hang up, as to dry, kaulaʻi. to hang leis, kau lei. He hanged himself until dead, ua kāʻawe ʻoia a make.

hangflexed-arm hang. paʻaalewa. see hung.

hang gliderlupekau.

hanger. hanger for gourds, kā ipu. hanger for bowls, kā ʻumeke.

hangeruea kau lole, lāʻau kau lole, mea kau lole, ʻea kau lole.

hangerkā lole

hangerkā lole

hangingkālewa, kūlewa, kaulia, kauna, uleule, lola, luʻa, wele, welehia, mūkaʻe; hanging precariously, makalihilihi; hanging low, loha.

hangoverpoʻo huaʻi lama, poʻo nui, poluea.

HanoverHanowa, Hanova; Hanowela, Hanovera.

haphazardhuikau. also: malele, kīkoʻolā, kīkoi.

happen₁occur. hana, loʻohia. also: hekau, holo ʻana. the thing that happened, ka mea i hiki mai; ka mea i loʻohia. What happened? he aha ka mea i hana ʻia? i aha ʻia? happened to fall, ʻo ka hāʻule wale ihola nō ia. What will happen? e aha ʻia ana?

happen₂by chance. kupu wale, hiki honua.

happeninghana, haʻawina.

happinesshauʻoli, ʻoli, ʻoliʻoli. also: lauleʻa, hoihoi, leʻa, hauʻoliʻoli, kūleʻa. to cause happiness, hoʻohauʻoli. place of happiness, comfort, pleasure, kahua o maliʻo (poetical). In poetry, coolness, fragrance, and rain may signify happiness.

happysee hoi₁ (saying) and happiness. to be happy, noho me ka hauʻoli. happy-eyed, hauʻoli nā maka. Happy birthday, hauʻoli lā hānau; hānau (in toasts). Happy New Year, Hauʻoli Makahiki Hou [a partial translation from English], Hapenuia.

happy face spidernananana makakiʻi, nanana makakiʻi.

haranguenuku hoʻomau, kūhaʻu.

harasshoʻonāukiuki, hoʻouluhua, hoʻouluulu, hoʻopiʻoloke.

harassmentsexual harassment also to subject to sexual harassment. kekohala.

harborawa, awa kū moku.

harborkū moku

harborkū moku

harbor dredgemoku kope awa, kope awa.

harbor masterluna awa.

hard₁not soft. ʻoʻoleʻa, paʻa, also: ʻeʻe, kaʻeʻe, kani, kani wahie, wīkani, mākū, kalaʻihi, wīkaʻo; pāpaʻa wela (as breadfruit on one side); konakona, konekonea, mōkaʻokaʻo. see hardhearted. fig. words for severe, hard: konā, mākonā, uahoa; loʻaʻā (as taboo); kāʻīʻī; akaoʻo (miserly). hard labor, hana ʻoʻoleʻa; kuapaʻa.

hard₂difficult. paʻakikī, hana nui, maulua. hard times, au nele.

hard diskas in a computer. paʻaloko (prededed by ke). removable hard disk. pāpaʻaloko wehe.

hard driveon a computer. kakena paʻaloko.

hard hat (construction)pāpale paʻa

hard hat (construction)pāpale paʻa

hard-boiledmoʻa loa.

hardenhoʻopaʻa, hōʻoʻoleʻa; hoʻopōhaku (as lava). also: hoʻomānea, hoʻohāhā, mākū, hoʻokano. hardening of the arteries, ʻoʻoleʻa ke aʻa koko.

hardening of the arteriesalso arteriosclerosis or artherosclerosis, in medicine. aʻalāʻau. see arteriolosclerosis.

hardheadedpoʻo paʻa, poʻo paʻakikī, lae paʻa, uaua.

hardheartedmākonā, laukōnā, loko ʻino. also: kāʻiʻī, kanaiʻi ka naʻau, manawa ʻino, makaua, ʻāniha, ʻōpūkeʻemoa, wekaweka. see hard.

hardlysee almost.

hardnessʻoʻoleʻa, lāʻau.

hardshippōpilikia, ʻīnea, hoʻīnea. In poetry, heavy rain (ua) sometimes represents hardships. see sayings, ʻeʻelekoa, Hilo (Eng.-Haw.).

hardtackpelena paʻa, ʻao.

hardwaremea hao.

hardwareas for a computer. lako paʻa. see software. as tools made of metal. lako hao. hardware store. hale kūʻai lako hao.

hardware storehale kūʻai o nā mea hao.

hardyikaika, ulu nui, ulu maikaʻi.

harelepu, hale, lāpaki, ʻiole lāpaki. see rabbit.

harelipkūlepe, ʻūlepe.

haremhālema.

hare's-foot fernlauaʻe haole.

harlotsee prostitute.

harmhoʻopōpilikia, hoʻopōʻino, hoʻopilikia. also: hoʻoʻino, ʻino, pōʻino, māino, hoʻomāhuā, āulu.

harmonicapilapuhipuhi.

harmonicapila puhipuhi.

harmonizehoʻokūlauna. see harmony.

harmony₁agreement. lōkahi, maikaʻi, laʻi ka nohona.

harmony₂musical. ka hui maikaʻi ʻana o nā leo mele.

harmonyin music. kūlauna. see harmonize. to sing in harmony. hīmeni kūlauna like.

harnessʻili kaʻa, ʻili; kaulua lio (two horses); kāhiko (Ier. 46.4) .

harplila, kinola, hāpa. see autoharp. to harp on a subject, hōʻupuʻupu.

harpthe musical instrument. hāpa. see autoharp, Jew's harp.

Harper's FerryHapa Pele, Hapa Fere.

harpoonʻō; ʻō koholā (for whales); hāpuna.

harrowhalo, ʻōʻō halo.

harshʻoʻoleʻa, kanaiʻi, uahoa, ʻawaʻawa. also: koʻikoʻi, hoʻokoʻikoʻi, kāpeku, kala, kakana, kakanaiʻi, kalakala, kākala.

hartkea (Biblical).

HartfordHalakepoka, Haratefoda.

HarvardHawaka, Havada.

harvestloaʻa, wā ʻohi (season). see gather, pick. to harvest, ʻohi.

hash-brown potatoesʻuala kahiki kolikoli, ʻuala kolikoli.

hastenhoʻohikiwawe, ʻāwīwī, māmā. also: wiki, wikiwiki, lale, hoʻolale, pūlale, kāholo, holo, hoʻāuau, makahai, ʻakūʻakū, ʻālulu, pūpuahulu, paʻapaʻanā.

hastykāholo, makahai. see hurry.

hatpāpale (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). hat made of sugar-cane stem, pāpale pua, pāpale pua kō. hat made of a long plaited ʻie strip, pāpale ʻie. hat plaited on a wooden block, pāpale pahu. wooden block for plaiting hats, pahu pāpale. manila hat, pāpale manila. Panama hat, pāpale waiokila. beaver hat, pāpale piwa, piwa haka. crown of a hat, piko. flat top of a hat, . hat rim, laulau, ʻēheu. hat designs: piko, kala hale. to tip the hat, wehe i ka pāpale. to wear a hat, pāpale, pāpale i ka pāpale.

hatbandlei pāpale, apo pāpale, kāʻei pāpale.

hatboxpahu pāpale.

hatchto incubate eggs. hoʻomoe.

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

hatch (verb)kiko, hoʻokiko, kiko ka hua (of little chickens).

hatchetkoʻi lipi.

hateʻino, manaʻo ʻino, puʻuwai ʻeleʻele. also: inaina, hoʻononohuā. see malice. full of hate, makawela, nau. look at with hate, maka ʻino. object of hate, pula makawelawela. words of hate, ʻōlelo makawela.

hatredof males, misandry. hoʻokae kāne. of mankind, misanthropy. hoʻokae kanaka. of women, misogyny. hoʻokae wahine.

haughtyhoʻokano, hukikū, haʻakei, haʻaheo, heo, konā. also: lanahaʻakei, haha, kaha, haʻikū, keʻo, piʻilae, keʻēhilae. fig.: kalalea, ihu piʻi, ihu kū, pali. haughty air, maka kiʻekiʻe. to walk or talk in a haughty or brisk way, kalalī.

haulkauō, lawe, paneʻehā; haul in, hōlina. to haul energetically with rope, hiu.

hauledsee close hauled.

hauntlapu, hoʻopahulu.

hauntedlapu, auakua, pahulu. haunted house, hale hoʻopahulu.

hauntedlapu. haunted house, not Halloween variety. hale lapu.

have₁to possess. No word in Hawaiian; commonly expressed by he followed by a possessive: I have a car, I had a car, he kaʻa koʻu. see got.

have₂necessity. pono. I have to go, pono au e hele.

have₃verb auxiliary. ua or unexpressed. I have gone, ua hele au; hele au.

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National ParkPāka Aupuni ʻo Kīlauea.

HawaiʻiHawaiʻi. see kuauli, righteousness. This name occurs in many parts of Polynesia (Havaiki: New Zealand, North Marquesas; ʻAvaiki: Cook Islands, Savaiʻi: Samoa). In some areas, but not in Hawaiʻi, it is the name of the homeland, or of the underworld to which the dead went. epithet, island of Hawaiʻi: great Hawaiʻi of Keawe (a chief). Hawaiʻi nui a Keawe.

Hawaiʻialso Hawaiian Hawaiʻi. see entries below. Hawaiʻi State Department of Finance. ʻOihana Kālā o ka Mokuʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi. Hawaiʻi State Department of Planning and Economic Development. ʻOihana Hoʻolālā a me ka Hoʻomohala Waiwai o ka Mokuʻ Āina ʻo Hawaiʻi.

HawaiianHawaiʻi. Hawaiian person, Hawaiʻi, kanaka Hawaiʻi. To act as Hawaiian, to ape or imitate Hawaiians, hoʻohawaiʻi.

Hawaiiansee entries below and Office of Hawaiian affairs.

Hawaiian Civic AssociationHui Kīwila Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian Historical SocietyʻAhahui Moʻolelo Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian IslandsKō Hawaiʻi Pae ʻĀina.

Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife RefugeʻĀina Hoʻomalu Holoholona Lōhiu o Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian mediumkaiapuni Hawaiʻi. Hawaiian medium class. papa kaiapuni Hawaiʻ. Hawaiian medium school. kula kaiapuni Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian monk sealsila Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian Studies departmentas at a university or community college. māhele haʻawina Hawaiʻi.

Hawaiian Sugar Planters' AssociationʻAhahui Kanu Kō Hawaiʻi.

hawk₁bird. ʻIo, ʻio lani, ʻio mea, niku. The ʻio symbolized royalty because of the great height at which it flew, hence the name ʻIo-lani. I am a hawk, no branch that (I) may not light upon, he ʻio au, ʻaʻohe lālā kau ʻole. For other connotation and saying, see māpumāpu, poʻi₄.

hawk₂to clear the throat. ʻUhūʻuhū, pūhā.

hawkbill turtleʻea.

hawkfishpilikoʻa, hilu pilikoʻa, poʻopaʻa.

hawthornehaukona. hawthorne berry. piʻai haukona.

haymauʻu maloʻo, mauʻu hē, . bale of hay, pela mauʻu maloʻo.

hazardousmakaʻu.

hazel treeʻalemone.

hazynoeuahi, uauahi (as during a volcanic eruption). Also; pululuhi, māhea, pōhina, palaweka, pālauweka, hiahia, puahia, pāpala, polalauahi.

he

hea    heb    hec    hed    hee    hei    hel    hem    hen    hep    her    hes    hew    hex    

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heʻoia, ia, ʻoia nei, ʻoia ala. while he, as soon as he, at the time that he, iāia.

headpoʻo, keha (fig.). human head, poʻo kanaka. head bone, iwi poʻo. crown of head, piko. side of head, huapoʻo. hind part of head, pane, panepoʻo. bulging head, poʻo puʻu (fig., sullen, unsociable). head of male organ, pōheo, heo, pokake, kole keaka. head of octopus, . head of cabbage, puʻu kāpiki. head of water, poʻo wai, māno wai. head of an organization, poʻo, alakaʻi, ikū lani. head of a tribe, makua aliʻi. acting or deputy head, hope poʻo. head covering, pāpale; pūloʻu, palelei (as of tapa). to head straight for, hele pololei, mōkio, ʻoehu. to raise, as the head, aea.

headhead or foot of trail. nuku. see pass, shower head. as of an ʻukulele or guitar. papa . head nut. nīau liʻiliʻi. see ʻukulele.

headacheʻeha ke poʻo. also: ʻaki, nahoa; nalulu, nanulu (dull); poʻo huaʻi (splitting);ʻea kū manawa.

headboardof a bed. kūmoe. see bedframe.

headeras in computer documents. kau luna. see footer. header information or file prefix, as codes at the beginning of each computer file. poʻo pāʻ ālua (preceded by ke).

headingpoʻo, poʻomanaʻo.

headingalso subheading, as in a story. poʻomanaʻo.

headlandlae, ʻoiʻoina.

headlightkukuipoʻo, kukuipoʻo o mua.

headlinesee heading.

headlongkimo poʻo (as in diving). to run headlong, holo kikī.

headmanaliʻi, poʻo, luna; konohiki (of an ahupuaʻa).

headphoneheadset. apo lohe. see earphone.

headquarterskikowaena.

headsas in coin toss. poʻo (preceded by ke), ʻaoʻao poʻo. see flip, tails.

headsetheadphone. apo lohe. see earphone.

headstandalso to do a handstand. kūpoʻo. see handstand.

headstrongpoʻo paʻakikī. also: uhu, hoʻohuki, hoʻohuhuki, hukihuki, kūnono, kāʻape.

headwaiterkuene poʻo.

headwatersmāno wai, ʻōmaka, ʻōmaka wai.

heallapaʻau, ola, hoʻōla, lonopūhā; ʻaki, kōhi (as a wound); pālaʻau (as with herbs). see faith healing. healed imperfectly, ʻōhaʻi. power of healing, mauli ola. to heal quickly, pāola. a god of healing, Lonopūhā.

healerhoʻōla, kahuna lapaʻau.

healingtotal healing environment. kaiapuni hoʻ ōla piha.

healtholakino, ola pono, ola. see Board of Health. public health, ola o ka lehulehu. good health, olakino maikaʻi; ahuahu, ehuehu, eʻehu, hāehu, kāʻalaʻala, ōhāhā. poor health, nāwaliwali ke kino, halalū, lau pala, pakē. to glow with health, lamalama ka ʻili. a god of health, Mauli-ola.

healtholakino. see healthy. health food. meaʻai hāʻehuola. health status. kūlana olakino. allied health professional. kākoʻo ʻoihana olakino. community-based health system. ʻonaehana olakino kaiaulu.

health certificatepalapala hōʻike ola.

healthyalso healthful, wholesome, i.e. promoting physical health. hāʻehuola. see health, vigor.

heappuʻu, ahu, kūāhua, āhua, kuapapa, anuʻa, nuʻa, luʻa, hoʻonuʻa. also: ʻāluka, paʻi, laupaʻi, kūpaʻi, paila, huku, kilohana, mahena. heap of food, puʻu ʻai, kio honua. heap of stones, puʻu pōhaku, kaulana ʻaʻā. heap of pebbles, puʻu ʻiliʻili, peʻapeʻa pōhaku. sand heap, puʻu one. earth heap, puʻu lepo. volcanic heap, puʻu pele. heap of rags, puʻu welu. trash heap, puʻu ʻōpala. heap of mats, paʻa ʻahu. heap of goods, ahu waiwai. to heap up, hoʻāhu, kūkulu, hoʻokuakua. to heap up untidily, muʻu mōkākī.

heapedāhua, ahulau, kūāhua, ahuwale, puʻu, puʻupuʻu, pōhuku (pāhuku), ʻākoakoa.

hearlohe, hoʻolono. also: , pāʻia. to pretend not to hear, hoʻokuli, hoʻokolono.

hearinglohe ʻana, lohena. keen hearing, lolohe. loss of hearing and dizziness, niu kuli.

hearingsense of hearing. lonoa pepeiao. a time for presenting official testimony or argument. hālāwai hoʻolohe, ʻaha hoʻolohe.

hearing aidmea hoʻolohe.

hearing aidpihi hoʻonui lohe (preceded by ke).

hearkenhoʻolohe, hāliu.

hearsaylohe lauāhea. also: lohe pepeiao, lohe ʻōlelo, lonowā, lonoā, lonolonoā, nonoā.

hearsekaʻa kupapaʻu.

heartpuʻuwai; iho (as of celery, core); ʻiʻo (as of wood, central part); haka (in deck of cards). fig.: naʻau, loko, poli, umauma, manawa. also: puʻu, puʻu koko, mauli, ʻōʻili. see apoplexy, heart ailment, heart attack, overwhelm. valve of the heart, pepeiao. heartbeat, pulse, pana. heart and circulatory system, māno wai. generous heart, manawaleʻa. heartʻs desire, ʻiʻini o ka naʻau, makakēhau.

heartshape. haka. see atrium, chamber, valve, ventricle. heart rate, pulse rate. helu pana puʻuwai. transplanted heart. puʻuwai ili. to transplant a heart. hoʻoili puʻuwai.

heart ailmentmaʻi puʻuwai, ʻapoʻapo.

heart attackmaʻi hohola, houpo ʻume pau, maʻi ʻuhola, kūhewa; kauhola (fatal).

heartbreakinghōʻehaʻeha i ka naʻau. also: mānaʻonaʻo, olopua.

heartburnhaoa.

hearthkapuahi.

heartlesslaukōnā, loko ʻino. also: nānā maka, hainā, linu.

heartseedpōniu.

heartsickmānaʻonaʻo, hōʻehaʻeha i ka puʻuwai.

heart-stirringhoʻoniua puʻuwai.

heartwormkoʻe puʻuwai.

heatwela, hahana, ikiiki. also: welawela, wewela, ʻāwela, ʻōwela, mahana, mehana, mehani, noʻao, kōʻehaʻeha, wāwena. see ex., okooko, hot, warm. to heat, hoʻopumehana, hoʻomāhanahana, hoʻomahana, hōʻenaʻena, hoʻokōʻehaʻeha, hoʻolala. in heat (of a bitch), kahe.

heatmedium heat. wela lōpū. specific heat, in physics. ana piʻi wela.

heat rashʻōhune wela.

heaterkapuahi, mea hoʻomahana.

heaterwater heater kula hoʻowela wai, pahu hoʻowela wai.

heathenpekana, kanaka ʻē.

heating lampkukui hoʻomehana.

heavehoʻolei, pākī, ʻoaikū; heave shoulders, oikū. see throw.

heavenlani, papa lani, lewa, aouli, paʻa-i-luna. highest heaven, apo-a-lewa, lewa lani, lani kua kaʻa (poetic). space in heavens, lewa nuʻu. heaven above, earth below, he lani i luna, he honua i lalo (of one owning his property, security).

heavenlylani.

heavykaumaha also: koʻikoʻi, mākolu; pauāʻālina (rare). heavy with child, kaumaha keiki; kōkō. heavyset, puʻipuʻi.

heavyhaikomahalua

heavy constructionʻoihana kūkulu

heavy constructionʻoihana kūkulu

HebrewHepela, Hebera.

HebronHelepona, Herebona.

hectarea metric unit of land measurement. hekekale, heketare. abb. ht.

hecto-a prefix meaning hundred (h). pāhaneli. abb. ph. also heko-. see entries below and deca-, kilo-, mega-, giga-, tera-.

hectogramhekokalame. abb. hkkal.

hectoliterhekolika. abb. hkl.

hectometerhekomika. abb. hkm.

hedgepā lāʻau, pā laʻalaʻau, pilipā. thorn hedge, pā lāʻau ʻoʻoi. trimmed hedge top, ēulu.

hedgehogpuaʻa ʻōkalakala, puaʻa ʻili ʻoiʻoi, kīpoka.

heedmaliu, hoʻomaliu, hoʻolohe, mālama. Heed the word of the parent, e maliu mai i ka leo o ka makua.

heedlessnānā ʻole, noʻonoʻo ʻole. fig.: mōhio, mohihio, mōhiohio. see ex., mauʻaʻe.

heehawhohō.

heelkuʻekuʻe wāwae (human); hila (shoes). low heels, hila haʻahaʻa. high heels, hila ʻauliʻi. to heel, as a ship, waihoʻaoʻao, kīkiʻi; pana kai (rare).

heiauheiau (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entries and entries that follow). also: eweʻai, haiau, hale heiau, hale poki, hale ʻopeʻope, hale hau, hale laʻa, hale lau, hale lama, hale pipipi, hale o papa, hale o lono, ipu-o-lono, unu, alaō, kūkoaʻe, koleamoku, kūpalaha, lonopūhā, loulu, luakini, māpele, waihau, waikaua; puʻuhonua (place of refuge); kūʻula, koʻa (fishing shrines); mua (menʻs eating house). see altar, oracle tower, prayer, shrine. parts of heiau: paehumu, (enclosure); kahua (area within enclosure); kīpapa (pavement); papahola (outside pavement); ahu, kuahu, lele (altar); lananuʻu, kapaʻau (place for images and offerings); nanahua (posts); luapaʻū, lua unu (refuse pit); hale pahu, hale puʻuone, hale umu, hāwai, mana, oeoe, pālima, wai ea (houses or booths within heiau). to direct, as heiau ceremonies, kuhikuhi. circuit of the island by a chief to build heiaus, palaloa. to build heiaus, kūkulu heiau. place where dignitaries stood near heiaus, kālewa.

heiferpipi ohi.

heightkiʻekiʻe, kiʻekiʻena, loa, lōʻihi, nuʻu, keha. also: hoʻokeha, ʻaki, mākaʻokaʻo. Poetic references to height may signify royalty; see hawk, high, lofty, top.

heightkiʻekiʻe, ana kiʻekiʻe. abb. kiʻe. see length, width. height or depth, in math. hohonu. height of a wave. kiʻekiʻena nalu, kiʻekiʻena ʻale, kiʻekiʻena. see wavelength.

heirhoʻoilina, hoʻīlina. heir to the throne, hoʻoilina mōʻī. heir by word-of-mouth, kaulana ʻōlelo.

heirloomwaiwai i hoʻoilinaʻia, mea hoʻoilina.

heldsee hold.

helicopterhelekopa. also mokulele helekopa.

helicoptermokulele pinao

helicopterhelikopa

helicoptermokulele pinao

HeligolandHelikolani, Heligolani.

heliotropeheliokalope, hiliokalupa. seaside heliotrope, kīpūkai (nena). native heliotrope, hinahina.

heliumhiliuma.

hellkehena, lua ahi, kiʻo ahi, .

HellespontHeleponeko, Heleponeto.

Hello!Aloha! see halloo.

helmhoe uli.

helmetmahiole; ʻaʻahu a poʻo (head shield). crested feather helmet, haka. to don a helmet, kau i ka mahiole, kōkī.

helmetpaleupoʻo.

helmet.pāpale paʻa

helmet.pāpale paʻa

helmet shell, ʻolē.

helmsmanhoʻokele.

helpkōkua; kōkua mai, hōlina! also: lawelawe lima; koʻo lani (given a chief). to refuse help, huli kua, kāʻiʻī. help wanted (advertisement), hoʻolaha limahana.

helperkōkua, hoa lawehana, kanaka, koʻo. dependable helper, lima ʻākau. helper to priest, helē.

helpfulkōkua nui, kāʻeuʻeu.

helplessnāwaliwali. also: kūlola, kololū, kūloma, pālola. see saying, kaunaʻoa.

helter-skelteri ʻō ā i ʻaneʻi, kaʻa i ʻō ā i ʻaneʻi, holokē.

HelvetiaHelewekia, Helevetia.

hempelu. also: lepa, lepe, huʻa, alahiʻi. to hem, humuwili. let down the hem of the dress, e hoʻokuʻu mai i ka pelu o ka lole.

hemas of a dress. pelu. of a net. pelu ʻupena.

hemisphereʻaoʻao.

hemispherepoepoe hapa. see sphere. eastern hemisphere. poepoe hapa hikina. northern hemisphere. poepoe hapa ākau. southern hemisphere. poepoe hapa hema. western hemisphere. poepoe hapa komohana.

hemlockhemalaka.

hemoglobinʻawehā.

hemorrhagekahe koko, heʻe koko.

hemorrhoidsuhahemo, kaʻukaʻu, hī koko.

hempolonā.

henmoa wahine. hen and brood, kīnana.

henceno laila, no ia mea.

henceforthmai kēia wā aku, mai kēia manawa aku.

hepatitisʻeaʻōlena.

heptagonhuinahiku.

heptagona seven-sided polygon. huinahiku.

her₁possessive. Same as his

her₂pronoun. same as him

heralso hers, his, its. kōna, kona.

heraldkūkala, waha ʻōlelo. also: helela, ʻio. herald who announces war, pahukala.

herblau nahele. also: lāʻau palupalu, laʻalāʻau, mauʻu. edible herb, lāʻau iki ʻai ʻia, lau nahele ʻai ʻia. bitter herbs, lau mulemule. ball of herbs used for massage, pōpō kāpaʻi. decoction of herbs, hālalo poʻi. to heal, as with herbs, pālaʻau.

herbas basil, thyme, etc. lauʻala.

herbageweuweu.

herbariumwahi mālama mea ulu.

herbicidelāʻau make nāhelehele.

herbivorealso herbivorous. hamu- lau. see browser, grazer.

herbivorousʻai weuweu.

herdpūʻā, kumu. herd of cattle, pūʻā pipi. to move in a herd, kaʻi ʻāuna. to herd, hoʻopūʻā, hōʻā.

herdsmankahu pipi.

heremaʻaneʻi, eia nei. also: i neʻi, neʻi, ʻoneʻi, ʻaneʻi; inā (rare). Here! eiʻa! ʻeiʻa! here is, here are, eia. here, close by, eia aʻe. the one here, e i nei, e ia nei. Here it is, eia lā, ei neʻi, eia i ʻaneʻi, aiʻa, ʻeiʻa. Well, here you are, eia ʻoe. here and there, i ʻō i ʻaneʻi, kēlā ... kēia, pākakahi, pāʻēʻē, liʻiliʻi, hele, lelele, kikoʻolā. the here and the hereafter, ke eia me ke eia aku.

hereaftermahope aku.

herebyma kēia.

hereditarymai nā kūpuna mai, welo; kanu (fig.); kuʻuna. hereditary trait, kū i ka welo.

hereditykumu welo. see gene. hereditary trait. welo.

HerefordHelepoka, Herefoda.

hereinmaloko nei.

heretichelekika.

heritagewaiwai hoʻoilina, hoʻoilina.

hermaphroditemāhū. also: ʻalaneo, papa pae māhū (legendary).

HermesPearl and Hermes reef. Holoikauaua.

hermitkanaka noho mehameha, ʻelemika.

hermit crabpāpaʻi iwi pūpū, unauna, ʻōunauna.

herniapuʻulele, hualele, laho heʻe.

heromeʻe. also: kupuʻeu, koa, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa. youthful hero, uʻi. hero of a story, ka mea nona ka moʻolelo. see saying, wave₁.

heroicmeʻe, uʻi.

heroinheroina.

heroinemeʻe wahine. see hero.

heronʻaukuʻu, ʻaukuʻu kāhili (kōhili), ʻalekea, puaʻa ʻili ʻoiʻoi. pond-watching heron, ʻaukuʻu kiaʻi loko (of a spy). croaks the voice of the heron, kohā ka leo o ka ʻaukuʻu (of gossip).

herongeneral term. ʻalekea. see egret.

herringmakiawa, pīhā, mikiawa, ʻōmaka.

herringbone designʻekeʻeke.

herringbone weavemaka puhi, iwipuhi.

herssame as his

herselfsame as himself

HerzogovinaHesegowina. Bosnia and Herzogovina. Bosenia me Hesegowina.

hesitatekali, kūnānā, kānalua, hoʻohākālia, kaʻulua. also: kuʻihē, kaʻukaʻu, menemene, hoʻomomole, hoʻēmiemi, hakupehe, hākupe.

hesitationkānalua.

hewkua, kālai, kūpā, ʻoki, kipikipi, hoʻowaha. to hew down a tree, hewer of wood, kua lāʻau. to hew boards or planks or a poi-pounding board, kua papa. to hew a little at a time, kalakalai. to hew stone, kālai pōhaku.

hewingkalaina, kua.

hex nutpihi wili ono.

hexagonpaʻaono, huinaono.

hexagonhuinaono.

hexahedrona space figure with six faces, in math. paʻaʻiliono. see cube.

hi

hib    hic    hid    hie    hig    hik    hil    him    hin    hip    hir    his    hit    hiv    

ha    he    hi    ho    ht    hu    hy       -top-  

hibernatealso hibernation. moekau.

hibernationalso to hibernate. moekau.

hibiscusaloalo, hae hawaiʻi, kokiʻo (mākū), kokiʻo keʻokeʻo (kokiʻo kea), kokiʻo ʻulaʻula, koʻoloa ʻula, hau hele ʻula, pāmakani, maʻo hau hele. hibiscus flower, pua aloalo, pualoalo.

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

hiccoughmauliʻawa.

hiddenhuna, nalowale, nalonalo, nalohia, nalo, hoʻonalonalo. also: ʻōhuna, poʻohuna, uhi ʻia. hidden meaning, see meaning.

hide₁conceal. hūnā, hoʻohūnā (transitive); peʻe (oneself, intransitive). also: kīpoʻi, palai, ʻāpoʻo, ou. to hide in oneʻs bosom, as a secret, peʻe poli. to hide like an owl (in a tree), peʻepeʻe pueo. to hide in a cave, peʻe pao.

hide₂skin. ʻIli. to stretch the hide of an animal, kālena.

hide-and-seekpeʻepeʻe kua, peʻepeʻe akua, haupeʻepeʻe.

hideouspupuka ʻino, pupuka haʻalele loa.

hieroglyphalso hieroglyphics. lalinoka.

highkiʻekiʻe; high, as waves, nalunalu, halehale, hahale, amoamo, kūʻulukū. also: luna, hāʻiuʻiu, kaʻokaʻo, kiolea, leʻo, leʻoleʻo, kahakea, keha, makaʻokaʻo, hakalī. see height. away up high, luna lilo, kiʻekiʻe loa, ʻiuʻiu, kōkikiu. high cliff, pali kiʻekiʻe, pali lele koaʻe. perched high, kaumoʻo. high point, nuʻu, niʻo, kila, kilohana, wēkiu. too high, kaulei, pakaulei. high chief, aliʻi nui, lani, wohi, pali kaulu ʻole ka lani (see pali). high rank, kūlana kiʻekiʻe loa, wēkiu, poʻiu, kūhaka. highborn, lani, kūākāhili. high blood pressure, koko piʻi, koko lana.

high heelskāmaʻa hila

high heelskāmaʻa hila

high jumpa track event. lele kiʻekiʻe.

high postin basketball. kūliu waho. see low post.

high priestkahuna nui.

high schoolkula kiʻekiʻe.

high sheriffmākaʻi kiʻekiʻe.

high vowelin linguistics. woela kiʻekiʻe. see vowel.

highballlama hoʻohuihui ʻia, lama paʻipaʻi ʻia.

higherhoʻokela, ʻoi aku ke kiʻekiʻe.

highestkiʻekiʻe loa.

high-fat foodmeaʻai ʻailakele nui, meaʻai nui o ka ʻailakele. see low-fat food.

highlightto block text, as in a computer program. kahiāuli. see shade.

high-low-jack-and-the-gamehai-lō-keaka.

highnesskiʻekiʻe. His highness, ka mea kiʻekiʻe.

high-pressure systemin meteorology. ʻōnaehana mīkā piʻi. see low-pressure system.

highriseas a building. nuʻuoʻa. see lowrise, skyscraper.

highwayalanui, alaloa, ala hele.

hikehele wāwae mamao.

hikealso to go on a hike. hekehi. see entry below and stroll. hiker. mea hekehi. hiking shoe. kāmaʻa hekehi. hiking trail. ala hekehi.

hiketo hike (the ball), in football. huki pōpō, huki i ka pōpō, huki i ke kinipōpō. see center.

hilaritypiha leʻaleʻa, hoʻomākeʻaka, luaʻāpana.

hillpuʻu, kuahiwi (high); puʻe (as of sweet potatoes). also: ōnū, olo, hila, kīlea, apoapo; to hill up, puʻe, poʻi. volcanic hill, puʻu pele. row or cluster of hills, pae puʻu. red hill, puʻu ʻulaʻula.

hillockpuʻu. also: puʻuhānau, pali kāmoe, āhua, ʻōhū, kilohana, muni.

hilltoppiko, poʻo puʻu.

hillykuahiwi nui, ʻōpalipali. also: ʻāpali, kuʻāwaʻawaʻa, mākinikini, ʻōpuʻupuʻu, wakawaka.

hillyalso small cliffs. kīpāpali.

HiloHilo, the city and district (also the name of a famous Polynesian navigator and of the first night of the new moon), perhaps mentioned in chant and saying more than any other single place in the Hawaiian Islands: see ʻAʻala honua, hālau₁, holowaʻa₁, kaʻele₁, kinai₂, laumeke, ʻōiwi₂, poʻi₁, umauma, rain, storm, (UL 104). All of these refer to rain and its rich symbolism. lehua blossoms and Chief Hanakahi are also associated with Hilo. exhausted by the many streams of Hilo, many hills, countless descents ... cliffs of windward the upright cliffs of Hilo (PH 32), pau ke aho i ke kahawai lau o Hilo, he lau ka puʻu, he mano ka ihona ... he pali no Koʻolau kā Hilo pali kū (of trial and hardship). voice with many tears of Hilo (FS 225), ka leo waimaka nui o Hilo.

Hilo grassMauʻu Hilo.

himia, iāia. to him, iāia. for him, nona, nāna. by him, nāna.

HimalayasHimela.

himselfʻoia iho, ʻoia ponoʻī (subject); iāia iho (object). for himself, nona iho, nāna iho. by himself, nāna iho, ʻoia hoʻokahi.

hinhina.

hinderālai, keʻa, keʻakeʻa, hoʻokeʻa. also: alaʻalai, ʻākeʻakeʻa, kualo, kākona, kīpupū, ākeʻukeʻu.

hindquartersʻūhā, ʻūhā hope.

HinduHinekū.

hingeʻami; puʻu (of pearl oyster). door hinge, ʻami puka. hinge joint, hoʻokuʻinaʻami. to turn on hinges, kūʻamiʻami.

hingeʻami. door hinge. ʻami puka, ʻami ʻīpuka.

hinthoʻohelehele ʻōlelo, hoʻohele ʻōlelo, hoʻomaoe, hoʻomea, hani, hoʻohani. a hint, he ʻōlelo hoʻohali.

hintʻōlelo hoʻohani. to hint at, give a hint. hoʻohani.

hipkīkala, pāpākole. wide hips, kīkala peleleu. to rotate or sway, as hips, hoʻolewa, kaiue, ʻoniʻoni.

hip bonepelvis. iwi . see ilium, ischium.

hurrayhipahipa.

hipboneiwi hua, pāpākole.

hippopotamushipopokamu.

hippopotamushipopōkamu.

hirelimalima, hʻolimalima, hai.

hirsutepūhuluhulu.

his₁singular possessed object. kona (o-class); kāna (a-class); kō ia, kā ia (o- and a-class forms). his house, kona hale. his child, kāna keiki.

his₂plural possessed objects. ona (o-class); āna (a-class). For other uses of k-less (zero-type) possessives, (Gram. 9.6.3).

hisalso her, hers, its. kōna, kona.

hiss, hīhī; kaʻulī (as fire).

hissʻuhī

hissʻuhī

histograma bar graph showing frequencies, in math. pakuhi ʻaukā alapine.

historianhoʻopaʻa moʻolelo o ka wā kahiko, hoʻopaʻa kūʻauhau, kākau moʻolelo o ka wā kahiko (ancient); kākau moʻolelo aliʻi (of chiefs).

historical fictionhakupuni mōʻaukala.

historymoʻolelo, moʻoʻōlelo, kuamoʻo ʻōlelo. history of the priesthood, moʻo kahuna.

historymōʻaukala. see historical fiction.

hitkuʻi, hoʻokuʻi, paʻi, hoʻopaʻi, hahau, , kuʻia, , . also: hau, hauhau, hauhia, uhau, kukū, kōkē, pūkē, koʻokā, kāina. to hit hard, kuʻi ikaika, pāluku. to hit by mistake or without warning, kūhewa, kāhewa. to hit lightly, kūlihi. to hit carelessly, at random, hilikū. hit by a bullet, kū i ka pōkā. to fail to hit, holohuʻa. hitting noise, kōkēkōkē.

hitto hit with a racket. kīpehi. to hit forehand. kīpehi pohoalo. to hit backhand. kīpehi pohokua. to hit or fake, in volleyball. hana kolohe, mīʻoi wale. hit ter. mea pākī, pākī. see spike.

hitch₁to move with jerks. neʻe.

hitch₂see tie.

hitching postpou hoʻopaʻa lio.

hithermai, i ʻaneʻi, i kēia wahi.

HIVhuman immunodeficiency virus. hōlapu pale ʻea pau. see AIDS.

hivepūnana meli, pahu meli.

hiveslaina.

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hoardhoʻāhu; hoʻolaholaho (as a miser).

hoarse, leo hā, hano, hanopilo; pāpala (rare).

hobblehakiʻopa. see limp.

hobbyhana punahele, hana hoʻonanea, hana hoʻohala manawa.

hobbyhana hoʻohauʻoli

hobbyhana hoʻohauʻoli

hobgoblinʻoaka₅

hobgoblinʻoaka₅

hockeyholohau (ice).

hockeyhōkē. street hockey. hōkē alanui.

hoe, kālai, ʻōlaʻo.

hoekoʻi kālai, , ʻōʻ ō kālai. to hoe. kālai, .

hogpuaʻa. words used in hog calling: ʻukā, hūkā.

hogfishʻaʻawa.

hogtiekūpeʻe (as cattle).

hoisthāpai, huki i luna. also: ʻunu, ʻuʻu, hiu.

hold₁grip. paʻa, hoʻopaʻa; ʻai (lua fighting, see fight); hold back, kāohi, kīpū, kōhi, hoʻopaʻa, papaʻa; hold up, paepae (intransitive); hold fast, hoʻopaʻa, hoʻopaʻa ā paʻa, lālau; hold in the arms, as a child, hiʻi; hold, as a pail, kālawe; hold on course, kāpaʻa; hold down, as to drown, mōkū; hold precariously, kaunihinihi, kaunukunuku; hold a note, . one who holds, paʻa. hold in music, ʻume. to hold in the hand, paʻa lima.

hold₂of a ship. o lalo.

holdermea paʻa.

holdercassette holder, tape case. pāiki lola. toothbrush holder. kauna palaki niho.

holdinginsect holding jar. ʻōmole mālama ʻelala.

holds (lua)see fight.

holepuka (usually of a perforation); lua (with a bottom); haka (breach). also: mākālua, mākālua kele (for planting); pukaihu (as in pearl-shell shank); holo (in canoe edge); hākaokao (for inserting mast in canoe); hiana (underwater depression). full of holes, pukapuka haka, hoʻohaka, lualua, hālua, nono, panonono.

holesound hole, as on an ʻukulele or guitar. puka kani.

hole punchfor paper. pāniki pepa.

holidaylānui. also: lā maka kanaka, lā hoʻokahakaha.

holinesshemolele, ano. to feign holiness, hoʻohemolele.

HollandHōlani.

hollowpūha, māhao (as a log); hakahaka, ʻolohaka (as a surfboard); poʻopoʻo, ʻāpoʻopoʻo, hālua, napoʻo, kānoa (as in earth); poho, pāiki, kaʻele, kāwaha, homa (as of the hand or of a bowl). hollow-eyed, hakahaka nā maka, naho nā maka, poʻopoʻo maka. hollow of the back, kīkala. hollow bone, eye socket, iwi pona. hollow where sea remains at low tide, poho kai. hollow, as worn in lava rock, where salt collects, makapāpipi.

hollow outsee dub.

hollow tilepaomeki.

hollowingpohona (as cheeks of an aged person). see hollow.

hollykāwaʻu, ʻaiea.

hollyhockhalehaka. double form of hollyhock, halehaka pupupu.

holothuriansee sea cucumber.

holyhemolele, hoʻāno, kapu, laʻa, laʻahia, ʻihiʻihi,Kaneka, Saneta. holy one, mea laʻa. holy day, lā hoʻāno. Holy Week, Hepekoma Hemolele. Holy water, wai hoʻāno. To make holy, hoʻohemolele. Holy, Holy, Holy (Hoik. 4:8) , Hoʻāno, Hoʻāno, Hoʻāno.

Holy CommunionʻAhaʻaina a ka Haku, ʻAhaʻaina Pelena.

Holy GhostʻUhane Hemolele.

Holy LandʻĀina Hoʻāno, ʻĀina Hemolele.

Holy MaryMaria Saneta, Maria Hemolele.

Holy RollerHolelola.

holy sacrednessʻihikapu

holy sacrednessʻihikapu

Holy SpiritʻUhane Hemolele.

Holy TrinityAkua Kahikolu, Kolukahi Hemolele, Mana Kahikolu.

homagemahalo, hoʻomaikaʻi; hoʻolani (to a chief or king).

homehome, kauhale; ōpū malumalu, ōpū weuweu (humble expressions). also: kīnana hale (including house grounds). to remain constantly at home, kiʻinoho.

home appliancemīkini home. see appliance store.

home economicsas a course at school. mākau nohona home.

home platein baseball. pahu eo.

home ruleself-government or limited autonomy, as in a city or county. home lula.

home runin baseball. ʻai puni.

home screenin a computer program. kahua paʻa.

homebodykiʻinoho. see pōhaku₂.

home-brewkuaipa.

homelandone hānau, ʻāina hānau, kulaiwi; kuapuiwi (rare). homeland of ancestors, kuakahi; ēwe ʻāina o ke kupuna (see ēwe).

homelesskuewa, lewa, homeʻole.

homelypupuka. also: ʻalaʻuka, mukeko, mūkoki, nūkoki, mūkini, molea; pōuhu (rare).

homemadehana ʻia ma kauhale.

homemakerkahu home

homemakerkahu home

homeopathichomeopakika, homepakika.

homesickaloha kaumaha i ka home.

homesteadʻāina hoʻokūʻonoʻono, home hoʻokūʻonoʻono. homestead land, ʻāina hoʻokūʻonoʻono; ʻāina hoʻopulapula (rehabilitation). to homestead, hoʻokahua.

homesteaderspoʻe hoʻokūʻonoʻono.

homeworkhaʻawina hoʻihoʻi.

homicidelawe ola.

homonymhuaʻ ōlelo puana like. see synonym, antonym.

homosexualmāhū, hoʻokāmaka. cf. ūpī laho (male). to practice homosexuality, moe ʻaikane, hoʻokāmaka (male).

Hondurasalso Honduran. Honodurasa.

honestpono, kūpono, hoʻokamani ʻole.

honeymeli, wai meli, wai pua, hone; pīlali, pīlali maiʻa (in a banana blossom).

honey beenalo meli, meli.

honey creeper(Species and subspecies may vary on different islands. Some are presumed extinct and many are endangered. Var. names are in parentheses.) ʻIʻiwi (olokele), mamo (hoa), ʻōʻū; palila (see saying, olokē), ʻakekeʻe, ʻakikiki, ʻapapane (ʻapakane, ʻāpane, nukupuʻu, ʻakihi poʻo lāʻau), ʻanianiau, ʻalauahio, ʻulaʻaihāwane (ʻula), ʻamakihi (kihi), ʻākepa, ʻakepeuʻie, ʻakialoa (ʻakihi loa, kipi), poʻouli. sour ʻamakihi, ʻamakihi ʻawaʻawa (of a sour disposition).

honey eaterʻōʻō, ʻāʻā (male); ʻākohekohe; ʻōʻō ʻāʻā (Kauaʻi); hulimaiʻa. Honey eater singing with gay voice in the forest (FS 287), ka ʻōʻō kani leo leʻa i ka nahele.

honey locust beanpāpapa ʻūhinihone.

honeycombwaihona meli.

honeycreepergeneral term. manu mūkīkī.

honeydewa sweet juice secreted by aphids. meli ʻeleao.

honeymoonmahina meli. see saying, guest.

honeysucklehonekakala.

Hong KongHonokaona.

honkhoʻokani; unele (of goose).

HonoluluHonolulu (lit., sheltered bay). section of Honolulu near the harbor, Kou. Honolulu harbor entrance, Māmala.

honorhoʻohanohano, hanohano. also: hoʻonani, hoʻohiwahiwa, pāpahi, mālama, paʻihi, hano hāweo. honor guard, pūʻali koa hoʻohanohano. a great honor, he hoʻohanohano nui. honor your father, mālama i kou makua kāne. placed in a position of honor, kau i ka hano. to claim honors not rightfully due, piʻikoi.

honor rollas in elementary through high school. papa laehano.

honorablehanohano; hako (rare). to the honorable speaker, i ka mea hanohano, ka luna hoʻomalu (see hanohano). honorable discharge, hoʻokuʻu maikaʻi.

honorariumhaʻawina hoʻohanohano.

honoraryhoʻohanohano. honorary degree, kekele hoʻohanohano. honorary diploma, palapala hoʻohanohano.

honoredlaehano. see honor roll.

honoringno. a song honoring the chief, he mele no ka lani.

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

hoodas of a car or truck. pani ʻenekinic (preceded by ke). as an exhaust hood above a stove. kaupokupoku omo, kaupokupoku.

hoodpūloʻu₁

hoofmaiʻao holoholona, mānea, māiʻuʻu; waʻewaʻe (rare).

hoofmaiʻao.

Hoʻohokuikalanidaughter of Wākea and Papa. hoʻohokuikalani.

hooklou, loulou; kīlou (as on a door); kēlou, huka. see fishhook. to hook, kīlou, kēlou, kīhele. to draw, up with a hook, as in fishing octopus, kīkākala. hooked, but escaped, as a fish, kūlihi. hooked finger (for feeding poi), kīhele.

hookas for hanging things. lou. clothes hook. lou kau lole.

hook passin basketball; to throw such a pass. kīloi ʻaoʻao. see hook shot.

hook shotin basketball; to make such a shot. piʻo. see hook pass, lob pass.

hookedkikiwi (as nose).

hoopapo, pōʻai, lina, kuapo pahu, hupa. iron or barrel hoop, apo hao, liki pahu, kakakī.

hootkeʻu, heʻu (as owl), ʻeu.

hoplele. also: mahiki, lēhei; hop about, lelele, lehelehei. hopping on one foot, lelele wāwae kahi.

hopemanaʻolana, ʻupu, pono, lana ka manaʻo. to dash hopes, pepehi i ka manaʻolana.

hopefullana ka manaʻo, hoʻolana, hālana ka manaʻo.

hopelessʻaʻohe manaʻolana i koe, ʻaʻohe pono i koe; pau ka pono.

hopperkānuku. hopper car, as on a train. kaʻa kanuku.

hopscotchkinuwā. to play hopscotch, kinuwā.

horizonʻilikai, hālāwai, ʻalihi lani, ʻalihi moana. also: pōʻailani, kumulani, ʻalihi, kahiki moe, kūkulu. see ex., hālāwai. region below horizon, kūkulu-o-kahonua. region just above horizon, kūkulu-o-ka-lani.

horizontalʻilikai, moe. horizontal stratum, papa moe.

horizontalpapamoe. see entry below and grow, vertical. to grow horizontally, as in a computer program. ulu papamoe.

horizontal linesas written above and below a word or words to indicate that they should be written or printed straight, in proofreading. kaha hoʻolālani. see musical staff.

hormonehōmona. see endocrine system. rooting hormone. hōmona hoʻ āʻa.

horn₁on animal. kiwi, hao, pepeiaohao; kākala (as of fish or caterpillar). see powder horn.

horn₂see saddle horn

horn₃wind instrument. , pū puhi.

horna musical instrument. , hoʻokani. as on a car or bicycle. ʻōlea, ʻōlē.

hornethopeʻō, kopena, naloʻaki, nalo hopeʻeha.

hornysee randy.

horoscopepalapala kilokilo hōkū.

horribleweliweli, mānaʻonaʻo, ʻino loa.

horrifiedmānaʻonaʻo, māʻeʻele, kūnāhihi, kāhāhā i ka ʻino, ʻōkū.

horrorhoʻokauweli. horror movie. kiʻiʻoniʻoni hoʻokauweli. horror story. moʻolelo hoʻokauweli.

Horrors!Kāhīhī!.

hors dʻoeuvrepūpū, hōʻonoʻono ʻai.

horselio; puaʻa nui huelo huluhulu (old Lā-naʻi name). see (Gram. 2.9.2). race horse, lio heihei. pack horse, lio lawe ukana. pacing horse, lio peki. old, worn-out horse, kālona. dark-gray horse, lio hulu ʻaeko. bay horse, lio hulupala. wooden horse, lio lāʻau. team of horses, paʻa lio. horse-drawn vehicle, kaʻa lio. to ride a horse until it is exhausted or dead, pākī lio.

horserocking horse, lio paipai. see brumby.

horse raceheihei lio.

horse spring riderʻuʻupekupeku lio

horse spring riderʻuʻupekupeku lio

horsebackkau lio. to ride horseback, kau lio, holo lio, holoholo lio. to ride horseback wearing a pāʻū, holo pāʻū.

horsemanmea kau lio, kanaka holo lio.

horsepowerikaika lio.

horseshoekāmaʻa hao, kapuaʻihao lio. horseshoe pitching, kīolaola hao lio.

horseshoe pitchingkīolaola kāmaʻa lio

horseshoe pitchingkīolaola kāmaʻa lio

horseweedsilioha, pua mana.

horticulturehoʻoulu mea kanu, mahi pua.

horticulturekālaikanu. horticulturist. mea kālaikanu.

hosannahōkana.

hose₁see stocking.

hose₂conveyor. ʻili. water hose, ʻiliwai. to hose, kikī wai.

hospitablehoʻokipa aloha, hoʻohale kipa, heahea, makamaka nui, hale. also: pāheahea, kāʻēʻē.

hospitalhale maʻi, haukapila, hale lapaʻau.

hospitalityhoʻokipa, pāheahea. see sayings, hewa₄, welcome.

host₁as at a party. haku hale, mea hoʻokipa, ka mea nāna ka ʻahaʻaina, ka mea nona ka hale, kamaʻāina. also: makamaka, hale, lani.

host₂crowd. lehulehu.

hostas of a parasite. kauomolia. see parasite.

hostagepoʻe pānaʻi.

hostesshaku hale wahine.

hostilepaio, kamaniha, hoʻokamaniha, ʻāniha, loko ʻino, hōʻauwaepuʻu.

hotwela, hahana; ikiiki (stifling). also: wewela, welawela, ʻāwela, pūwelawela, hoʻowela, ʻōwelawela, panoa; (as an oven); noʻao; nopu (as from sun or fire); hanahana; wāwena (rare). see pika, warm. redhot, ʻena, ʻenaʻena, okooko, liholiho. white-hot, ahuliʻu. uncomfortably hot, kōʻehaʻeha. hot-tempered, pulupulu ahi, lelepī (see quick-tempered). hot spring, wai welawela. hot-water bag, ʻeke wai wela.

hot chocolatesee chocolate.

hot dognaʻaukake ʻamelika.

hot keyas on a computer keyboard. pihi wiki (preceded by ke). hot keys. pihi wiki.

hot platekapuahi papakau. see burner.

hot spotin geology. piko pele.

hotelhōkele.

hotlinehelu wawe. conservation hotline. helu wawe maluō.

HottentotHokenekoka.

hottishʻōwela.

hourhola.

hourhola. abb. hl. hour hand. lima kuhikuhi hola.

hourglassana hola.

househale (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and the many entries that follow it), kauhale. two-story house, hale i luna a i lalo. house trailer, kaʻa hale. ancient types of houses: mua (eating, for men); hālau (for canoes, hula instruction); kua (for beating tapa); peʻa (menstrual); pūʻoʻa (for corpses); hāwai (for purification ceremonies); ʻeleua (new); moku hale (ulu hale) (set apart, as for instruction); wai ea, haʻi. (see also heiau.) humble references to houses, ōpū malumalu, ōpū weuweu. house parts: kahua (platform, foundation); paepae puka, niʻo (threshold); paia (wall, side), hākala, kala (end, gable); also: holo, hoʻoholo, lolo, kana, uluhaka, ukuwai. see also post, purlin, thatch. house site, kahua hale. house adornments and furniture, pono hale, kāhiko o ka hale. house dedication, hoʻolaʻa hale, ʻoki i ka piko. to have a house, hale. to go from house to house, komo kauhale. house visiting, komo ʻāpana. to receive in a house, hoʻohale. house lot, yard, fence, pā hale. house dweller, noho hale. house owner, haku hale, mea hale, noho hale. see fig. meaning, welcome.

Houseas a legislative assembly; also short for House of Representatives. hale.

House of NoblesNā Aliʻi o ka Hale ʻA haʻōlelo.

House of RepresentativesHale o nā Lunamakaʻāinana.

house sitternoho hale.

houseboathale lana.

housebreakingwāwahi hale.

houseflynalo.

householdʻohana (family); kauhale (houses occupied by a family).

household productany of a variety of products used for cleaning floors, sinks, etc. laʻau hoʻomaʻemaʻe hale.

housekeepermālama hale, kahu mālama hale.

housewarmingkomo hale.

housewifewahine mālama hale.

housing developmentalso subdivision. kaiahale.

hovelpupupu hale. cf. hut.

hoverhoʻokauaheahe, hoʻolahalaha, ōpū, lāhai. to hover between life and death, kālilolilo.

hoverboardpapa holoholo kū

howpehea, pehea lā; nani (rare). How? Pehea? How are you? Pehea ʻoe? How about it? Pehea? So how! Pehea lā (in answer to a question with pehea that one cannot or does not wish to answer)! How many? How much? ʻEhia? ʻAhia? How many (of associated people)? Kōkoʻohia? How many (to a group)? Pāhia? How beautiful! Auē ka nani! Kai ka nani!

howalso what, as in asking about any kind of measurement. ʻehia, he aha. how many to each, to a group. pāhia.

howeverakā, koe kēia, eia naʻe, ka mea ʻāpiki.

howlʻuō, puō, kūō.

Howland IslandUlu-kou.

Howland IslandUlukou ʻAilana.

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hubpūkuʻi. hubcap, uhi pūkuʻi.

Hubblehāpela. Hubble space telescope. ka ʻohenānā lewa lipo ʻo Hāpela.

hubbubhaunaele, hauwalaʻau, hauwalawalaʻau, hana kuli.

huddlepūʻuluʻulu, pūʻulu, pūkuʻi, hoʻopūkuʻi, pue; hāpue (rare); huddle together, kūhaluka.

Hudson BayAwa Hudesona

hugpūliki, pūkuʻi, apo; hug ardently, kilipue.

hugenui loa, nui hewahewa, kūāhewa.

HuguenotHukuenoka.

huh!ʻuhū.

hulahula (for various kinds and references, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: ʻōlapa, ʻulīʻulī, paʻi umauma, kuʻi molokaʻi, hula noho, hula pahu, papa hehi, ʻālaʻapapa, hue, kiʻelei, ʻōhele, kālāʻau, pahua, kōlani. see dance, sitting hula. Americanized hula, hula hapa haole. hula by many persons, huhula, huhuhula, hulahula. hula dancer, hula, mea hula. hula leader, ʻalakaʻi hula. hula teacher, kumu hula. hula troupe, pā hula. assistant leader in a hula troupe, iwi ʻaoʻao. assistant to head student, paepae, iwi ʻaoʻao. head student, poʻopuaʻa. graduating exercises for hula, ʻūniki, huʻelepo. hula steps: ʻai, ʻami, ʻami kūkū, ʻai ʻami, ʻai haʻa, haʻa, kāwele, ʻai kāwele, kāwelu, ʻami kāhela, ʻuwehe, ʻō, kāholo, kiʻi, wāwae kiʻi, wāwae, lele, ʻaui, kelamoku, ʻūlili, kaʻapuni, hela, huki, kupe, ue, holo. hula gestures, kiʻi kuhi, kiʻi hua. hula altar, kuahu, niʻo. hula goddess, laka. hula rattle, ʻulīʻulī. feathered top of hula rattle, heke. to dance the hula, hula. to undulate the arms in a hula, imitating the flight of a bird, hoʻēheu. to move the stomach as in certain hula dances, papaʻi. to twist and turn with rapid hip movements, hōʻanapau. to sway the hips, hoʻolewa. dare to hula, leave shyness at home, ʻaʻa i ka hula, waiho i ka hilahila i ka hale.

hula leaderalakaʻi hula

hula leaderalakaʻi hula

hula suppliespono hula

hula suppliespono hula

hula teacherkumu hula

hula teacherkumu hula

hulkmoku popopo (of a ship).

hullkaʻele. also: ʻele, ʻaʻa, kino; ama (of a double canoe).

hullsee port, starboard.

hullsoka.

hum, ʻū, hamumu, hamumumu, muhu, mumuhu, auēuē. humming top, hū oeoe.

humto hum a tune. nūnū.

humankanaka, hoʻokanaka. human sacrifice, kanaka, heana kanaka, iʻaloa. human form, kino kanaka. human bone, iwi kanaka. to assume human shape (as a child in the womb), hoʻokanaka.

human immunodeficiency virusHIV. hōlapu pale ʻea pau. see AIDS.

human rightsnā pono o ka lāhui kanaka, nā kuleana o nā kānaka.

humanelokomaikaʻi, kūʻē i ka Hoʻomāinoino.

Humane SocietyʻAhahui Kūʻē i ka Hoʻomāinoino.

Humane SocietyʻAhahui Makaʻala Holoholona.

humanitylāhui kānaka. concerning humanity, pākanaka.

humblehaʻahaʻa, hoʻohaʻahaʻa, , pēpē, ūpē. also: kaʻapē, kupaliʻi, kaupē, kolokolohai, ʻāloʻiloʻi, hoʻokanahaʻi, lalolalo, kapeau, kikā. see saying, bait.

humbugʻāpiki, hamapaka.

humerusthe long bone of the upper arm. iwi uluna.

humerus boneiwi uluna, ʻauhau.

humidkawaū, maʻū; ikiiki (and hot).

humiditykawaūea. see hygrometer. relative humidity. kawaūea.

humiliatehoʻohilahila, hoʻohaʻahaʻa. also: hoʻokūlou, manīne, olopē. see mākena.

humilityhaʻahaʻa. see humble. To turn away in humility, palai, palaina.

hummingbirdmanu .

humorhoʻomākeʻaka, pihaʻeu.

humoroussee funny.

humoroushoʻomakeʻaka. humorous book. puke hoʻomakeʻaka.

humppuʻu, lapuʻuna, lanahua. also: ʻanapuʻu. hump-backed, kuapuʻu, hoʻokanahua.

humpback whalekoholā kuapiʻo.

humpedlāpuʻu, kikiwi, hūnunu, āhua, kanahua, nanai, lanai. sit humped, hoʻokuapuʻu.

humusʻelepopo.

hunchʻano ʻike mahuʻi.

hunchbackkuapuʻu. also: kua hua, kanaka kua pipiʻo. the hunchback island (Maui), ka mokupuni kuapuʻu.

hundredhanele, haneri. by the hundred, hundredfold, pāhanele. hundredth part, hapahaneli. the year 1900, ka makahiki ʻumi kūmāiwa hanele.

hundredhaneli. see entries below and centi-, hecto-. one hundred. hoʻokahi haneli.

hundredsplace value, in math. kūana haneli.

hundredthshapa haneli. hundredths square. moena helu hapa haneli. see ten-strip board, tenth strip.

hungkaulia. see hang.

hungto be hung, as a network system in a computer program. pupū.

HungaryHunekali, Hunegari; Hunakalia, Hunagaria.

Hungaryalso Hungarian. Hunakalia, Hunagaria.

hungrypōloli, make ʻai. also: pehu, makapehu, hanalē (in a saying), hemoʻē, pūlewa, hahalu, ʻōlewalewa, hoʻohaka, kualana ka ʻōpū, umauma nahā, halehale, houpo lewalewa, puaʻawaʻawa. see ex., houpo, makapehu. hunger pains, ʻōpū haʻo, hoʻīlewa. hunger is satisfied, māʻona, ola ka pōloli. My day of hunger survives through your love, kuʻu lā pōloli, ā ola i kou aloha.

hunthahai, imi, hahai holoholona.

hunthanu holoholona

hunthanu holoholona

hunterkanaka hahai holoholona.

huntinghahai

huntinghahai

hunting dogʻīlio hahai holoholona.

hunting licenselaikini hahai holoholona.

hunting spiderno-eyed big-eyed hunting spider. nananana maka ʻole, nanana maka ʻole.

hurdlelelepā.

hurlnou, kūpahu, . also: walakīkē; ʻōʻō, pahu (as a spear); kā ʻalā (as stones with a sling); hurl down, kiola ʻino. see throw.

hurlingpahuna (as of a spear); kāhei. see hurl.

HuronHulona, Hurona.

hurrahhulō.

hurricanemakani pāhili, makani uluulu, makani hele uluulu; Ka-ua-ʻula (Lahaina).

hurricanemakani pāhili. hurricane watch. kūkala makaʻala makani pāhili. hurricane warning. kūkala pōʻino makani pāhili.

hurryʻāwīwī. also: āwiki, wiki, hoʻowiki, wikiwiki, alawiki, elewiki, māmā, pūlale, hoʻopūlale, lale, hoʻolale, hoʻohikiwawe, uheheu, hoʻokalalī, hoʻokāholo, pupuahulu, , kāpaepae, au, hoʻāuau, hoʻokanahē, hoʻoui, paʻapaʻana, pākūʻei, pulelua. see sayings, puehu₁, wili₁. to hurry from place to place, holo ʻāwīwī, ʻalakē.

hurtʻeha. also: hōʻeha, ʻino, māino, hoʻohuakeʻeo. easily hurt, ʻeha wale. hurt by a remark, pā i ka leo. to hurt for no reason, ʻeha wale. hurt in feelings, kuʻihē, hailuku, hoʻokuʻi, pahu.

husbandkāne. also: pilikua, kāne i ka ʻili; lei (affectionate); aliʻi kāne (polite, not said of one's own husband). to be a husband, kāne. to offer to become a husband, hoʻokāne. husband acquired by matchmaking, kāne hoʻomoe. her husband, kāna kāne.

hushhāmau, hoʻohāmau, hoʻomālie. also: hoʻomoemoe; maukoli (rare).

huskpulu; ʻaʻa (coconut). to husk, wehe i ka pulu. husking stick, ʻōniu.

huskerʻō.

huskypūkonakona, lawa, puʻipuʻi; kanunu (rare).

hutpupupu hale, pāpaʻi, hale kāpiʻo ʻili lāʻau, kāmala. thatched hut, hale pili. beach hut, puʻupuʻuone. hut for fish gear, kūʻula. fisherman's hut, pāpaʻi lawaiʻa. farmer's hut, pāpaʻi mahi ʻai. peaked hut, pūʻoʻa (rare).

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hyacinthhaikina.

hyacinth beanpāpapa, .

HyadesKa-nuku-o-ka-puahi.

Hyde ParkHaika Paka, Haida Paka.

hydrangeapōpōhau.

hydrantpiula wai, kiʻo wai.

hydrantsee fire hydrant.

hydrochlorichaidorokoloriku. hydrochloric acid. ʻakika haidorokoloriku.

hydrocortisonekokikone wai. see cortisone.

hydroelectricalso hydroelectricity. uila wai kahe. see electricity. hydroelectric power. ikehu uila wai kahe.

hydrogenhaikokene. hydrogen peroxide (H2O₂). haikokene lua ʻokikene lua. see peroxide.

hydrologykālaiwai. hydrologist. kanaka kālaiwai, mea kālaiwai.

hydrolysiska hoʻokāwaihia ʻana.

hydrolyzehoʻokawaihia. see hydrolysis.

hydrometerana kaumaha wai. see hygrometer.

hydroplanemokulele holo kai.

hydroponicsthe growing of plants in a nutrient solution. kāmahuaola. hydroponic solution. māʻ ōʻana kāmāhuaola. to grow hydroponically in water. hoʻoulu kāmāhuaola wai. in sand. hoʻoulu kāmāhuaola one. in vermiculite. hoʻoulu kāmāhuaola hunehune ʻūpī.

hydrospherewaiapuni.

hydrostaticanakonu pāpūhea

hydrothermal ventpuale wai wela

hydrothermal ventpuale wai wela

hydrothermal ventpuale wai wela

hyenahiena.

hygrometerana kawaūea. see hydrometer, psychrometer. wet-and-dry bulb hygrometer. ana kawaūea ʻōpuʻu pulu a maloʻo.

hygroscopickīpuni. hygroscopic water. wai kīpuni.

hymnhīmeni, leo hoʻonani, mele haipule, mele hoʻomaikaʻi. selected hymn or anthem, hīmeni wae. closing hymn, hīmeni hoʻokuʻu.

hyoid boneiwi elelo.

Hyperiona moon of Saturn. Haipeliona.

hypertensionabnormally high arterial blood pressure. pākela koko piʻi.

hyphenkiko moe, kahamoe.

hyphenalso to hyphenate. kaha moe. see dash.

hypocritehoʻokamani, kanaleʻo, hūpō kaliko, holo lua, kāmaʻe, maka lua. see palai₂. hypocritical smile, kekē niho.

hypodermic injectionpahu kui.

hypodermic needlekui hou lāʻau.

hypodermic needlekui mōpina.

hypodermic needlekui hoʻokomo lāʻau

hypodermic needlekui hoʻokomo lāʻau

hypotenuseʻaoʻao loa.

hypotenuselala kūpono.

hypothalamusluna lōkuʻu

hypothesiskoho mua, manaʻokōkua.

hypothesiskuhiakau.

hypotheticalʻlnāʻinā.

hyssophukopa, ʻaeʻae.

hysteriaulupuni.

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