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i₁the letter. ʻĪ.

I₂pronoun. au, wau, ʻo wau, ʻo au.

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

ia

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Iapetusa moon of Saturn. Iapetusa.

ib

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I-baralso cursor or insertion point in a computer program. kahaʻimo. see mouse arrow.

ibexʻipeka.

ibisa flightless bird in prehistoric Hawaiʻi. manu ʻīpiki.

ic

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-icsuffix in chemical compounds and terms. -iku.

icehau, kēhaupaʻa. also: hauʻoki, waipaʻa, wai pūʻolo i ka lau lāʻau. Ice age, ka wā i uhi ʻia ai ka ʻāina e ka hau.

ice ageau paʻahau.

ice creamhaukalima, ʻaikalima.

ice creamʻaikalima. ice cream cone. kone ʻaikalima. ice cream topping. pāhina.

ice Cream Bean Treeʻopiuma polapola

ice cream shophale haukalima

ice cream shophale haukalima

ice cubepoke hau

ice cubepoke hau

ice plantʻākulikuli lei.

ice skateholo hau.

ice skatekāmaʻa holo hau. to skate with ice skates. holo hau.

ice skateskāmaʻa holo hau.

ice waterwai hau.

iceberghaulana, moku hau.

icebergmokuhaulana.

iceboundpōʻai ʻia ā paʻa i ka hau.

iceboxpahu hau.

icecaphaukōhi, ʻeke hau.

icecapʻomohau.

icedhau. iced beverage, mea inu hoʻohuʻihuʻi. iced tea, kī hoʻokomo ʻia ka hau.

iced teakī hau

iced teakī hau

icehousehale hau.

IcelandʻĀina Hau.

iciclekulu hau paʻa.

iciclekuluna hau, kulu hau paʻa.

icingmea, momona e uhiʻia ai maluna o ka meaʻono.

iconas in a computer program. kiʻiona.

iconoclastmea wāwahi kiʻi hoʻomana, hoʻomahuakala.

icosahedrona space figure with twenty faces, in math. paʻaʻili iwakālua.

id

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idkaleka hōʻoia kanaka

IdahoʻIkahō.

Idahoalso Idahoan. ʻIkahō.

-idesuffix in chemical compounds and terms. -side.

ideamanaʻo; manaʻo ʻino (evil); manaʻo nui (important). completely clear and intelligible idea, piha pono ka manaʻo.

ideamain idea or thought, as of a paragraph or story. manaʻo nui. supporting idea, as in a composition. manaʻo kākoʻo. to sequence ideas, as in composition. hoʻokaʻina manaʻo.

idealkūpono ma nāʻano apau (perfect); mea i kukoʻia, mea i manaʻo nuiʻia (thing desired).

ideal resultin math. hopena kaukonu.

identicallike loa, kūlike, like ā like.

identicalʻālike. identical parts. hapa ʻālike.

identificationkaleka hōʻoia kanaka

identification paperspalapala kuhikuhi kino, palapala hoʻike pili kino.

identifyhōʻoia, hōʻoia ʻike maka, hoʻomaopopo.

identifykapaʻī

identifykapaʻī

identityʻike e hoʻomaopopo ai.

identitypikoʻu

identitypikoʻu

idiomaticʻikeoma.

idiophonea musical instrument whose sound is dependant upon the nature of the material from which it is made. olokino. see Hawaiian entries beginning with olo-.

idiotlōlō, hūpō, hepa, hipa; ʻānaʻanea (rare).

idlemoloā, molowā, noho wale. also: lena, lenalena, lolena, malela, laholena, kapoulena, lola, loma, hāloliʻili, malela, ʻōpū palula, palaualelo, lima lewalewa. see indolent, lazy.

idolkiʻi akua, akua. see image.

idolatryhoʻomana kiʻi.

if

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ifinā, . also: aia nō, i, ke (Gram. 11.1). If you go, inā ʻoe e hele. Only if you come, aia nō i kāu hele ʻana mai. If there were much money, the work would progress, inā he nui ke kālā, inā ua holomua ka hana.

ifne

ifne

ig

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igneous rockrock formed by the solidification of molten magma. pōhaku pelemaka.

ignitehoʻā, hōʻaʻā.

ignoble₁not noble. kūlana haʻahaʻa.

ignoble₂vile. haumia.

ignoramusnaʻaupō. also: waʻawaʻa, Waʻawaʻa-ikinaʻau-pō, kahua ʻole, huʻahuʻa lana.

ignorancenaʻaupō; , pōuli, laʻa uli. see sayings uhi₁, scale₂, sea cucumber. to feign ignorance, hoʻopalō.

ignoranceto feign ignorance. hoʻohūpō, hoʻopalō.

ignorantnaʻaupō, hūpō, hoʻonaʻaupō, ʻike ʻole. also: pōʻele, kuānea, waʻawaʻa, neki. to behave ignorantly, hoʻokuānea. ignorant talk or behavior, see gourd.

ignorenānā ʻole, kāpae ʻōlelo, huli kua. also: nānākuli, hoʻowaiho, nanau, lanau.

iguanaʻikuana.

il

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il-ʻole.

iliac arteryaʻa puʻuwai . see Hawaiian entries under aʻa puʻuwai.

iliac veinaʻa kino . see Hawaiian entries under aʻa kino.

ʻilima leilei ʻilima

ʻilima leilei ʻilima

iliumthe upper portion of the pelvis. iwi o luna. see ischium, pelvis.

illmaʻi, ʻōmaʻimaʻi, nāwaliwali.

ill willloko ʻino. see sayings, au, gall bladder.

illegalkū ʻole i ke kānāwai, mawaho o ke kānāwai, kūʻē kānāwai, kolohe.

illegalto outlaw, make something illegal. pāpā kānāwai. see entries below.

illegal alienalso to arrive as an illegal alien. pae malū. see legal alien.

illegal screenin basketball. ʻākeʻa neʻe. see blocking foul.

illegallysee illegal. to bring in illegally, hoʻopae malū, komohewa.

illegitimatemanuahi, poʻoʻole, mawaho o ke kānāwai, kāmehaʻi. illegitimate child, keiki poʻo ʻole, keiki manuahi, keiki kāmehaʻi, hua hāʻule; ua iki (offspring of chief and commoner).

ill-fatedkūlana pōʻino.

ill-feelingmanaʻo ʻino, ʻōpū kopekope, naʻau kopekope. also: nanahua, wawaʻu, keʻemoa, kākala, naʻinaʻi.

ill-fittingkūpono ʻole, ʻaluheʻe, ʻewa; ʻopeʻalu (as clothes).

ill-gottenloaʻa me ka hewa. ill-gotten gains, waiwai loaʻa me ke kolohe.

illicitkū ʻole i ke kānāwai. illicit cohabitation, moekolohe. to live together illicitly, nohona ʻāpono ʻole ʻia, noho kāpae.

IllinoisʻIlinoe.

Illinoisalso Illinoisan. ʻllinoe.

illiterateʻike ʻole i ka heluhelu.

ill-naturedwawaʻu (fig.). see ill-feeling.

illnessmaʻi. see disease, sickness.

illogicalkū ʻole i ka mea i noʻonoʻo ponoʻia.

ill-omenedpono ʻole nā ʻōuli, hōʻailona pōpilikia, ʻāpuni.

ill-suitedkohu ʻole.

illuminatehoʻomālamalama.

illusionkuhi hewa, ʻike ʻōhewahewa. Try and end illusion, e hoʻāʻo nō i pau kuhi hewa (saying).

illusionmagic trick, sleight of hand. pāhaʻohuna. optical illusion. kuhi hewa o ka maka.

illustratekaha kiʻi; hoʻohālikelike (exemplify). illustrated newspaper, nūpepa hōʻikeʻike kiʻi.

illustrationkiʻi, kiʻi hoʻākaaka; hōʻikeʻano (example).

im

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im-ʻole.

imagekiʻi, akua, kiʻi akua, kia hōʻailona, ʻano; kiʻi kālai ʻia (carved); ao (exact); haku ʻōhiʻa (of ʻōhiʻa wood); aka (reflection); mōʻī (temple); kiʻi hoʻoweliweli (terrifying); ʻōlohe (as in the clouds); akua kāʻai (carved on a tall spearlike stick). caretaker of images, kahuna kiʻi, kahu akua. lord of images, mōʻī. exclamation said by priests as they carried images, nauane! In his image (Kin. 1.27) , ma kona ʻano. This boy is the exact image of his father, ʻaʻohe wahi kaʻawale o kēia keiki i ka makua kāne; kū loa kēia keiki i ka makua kāne.

imagein math. kinona like. turn image. kinona like wili. half-turn image. kinona like wili hapalua. quarter-turn image. kinona like wili hapahā. reflection image. kinona aka like o kekahi ʻaoʻao. rotation image. kinona like o kekahi ʻaoʻao. translation image. kinona like kau.

imagerysee guided imagery.

imaginarymoeā. see imagine. imaginary line. laina moeā. imaginary number. helu moeā. see real number.

imaginationnoʻonoʻo ulu wale, manaʻo ulu wale; makakū (rare).

imaginationcreative imagination; also to use oneʻs imagination. makakū. see imagine.

imaginekuhi, mahuʻi; lauele (rare).

imagineto imagine oneself to be something or someone. moeā. to imagine deliberately. hoʻomoeā. see imaginary.

imbecileʻīhepa, hepa.

imbibeinu, kāmau.

imitatehoʻopili, hoʻo-. also: mahuʻi, hoʻomahuʻi, hoʻohele; hoʻomāʻauwē (to ridicule by mimicking); hoʻoniau. imitate birds, kūhea manu. he imitates hawaiians, hoʻohawaiʻi ʻo ia.

imitatehoʻopili mai

imitatehoʻopili mai

imitationhoʻopilipili. imitation milk. waiū hoʻopilipili.

immaculatemaʻemaʻe loa, hemolele.

immatureoʻo ʻole, ʻōpiopio, holina.

immeasurableana ʻole.

immediatekoke, hikiwawe, wawe.

immediatelykoke, manawa ʻole, ʻemo ʻole.

immensenui loa, nui hewahewa, nuiʻino.

immersehoʻoluʻu, kūpenu.

immersionsee medium.

immersion schoolkula kaiapuni

immersion schoolkula kaiapuni

immigranteʻe moku.

immigratekomoneʻe. see emigrate.

immigrationpoʻe pae mai. see Board of Immigration.

immobileʻoni ʻole.

immoralʻino, hewa haumia.

immortalola mau, make ʻole.

immortalityola mau.

immovablekūpaʻa, ʻonipaʻa; lolohi (rare).

immune systemas in mammals. ʻōnaehana pale ʻea. see AIDS, HIV.

impactenvironmental impact statement (EIS). palapala hōʻike hopena kaiapuni.

impartialkaulike, lawelua. to treat fairly and impartially, kaulike.

impartialsee justice.

impatiensʻōlepe.

impatiensʻōlepe.

impatientnauki, kūʻaki, ahonui ʻole.

impeachhoʻopau mai ka ʻoihana aku. impeach a high officer, hoʻopiʻi luna nui.

impeachto formally accuse (a public official) of misconduct in office. hoʻ āhewa. see recall.

impedimentsee block. speech impediment, hāpuʻupuʻu, hapakuʻe ka ʻōlelo.

imperfectkīnā, hemahema, ʻaʻole i ponopono loa, paʻewa, ʻewa, kūpaʻewa, paoʻioʻi.

imperialʻimepeliala.

impersonatehoʻohālikelike, hoʻokohukohu.

impersonationhoʻohālikelike ʻana.

impertinentmahaʻoi, hoʻomaʻoi, kīkoʻolā; ʻāpali (fig.).

imperviouspaʻapū.

impetigokākiʻo.

impiousʻaiā, hoʻomaloka.

implacablelaukōnā, mākonā.

implementpaʻahana, mea hoʻohana.

implorekoi, noi haʻahaʻa.

implyhoʻomaoe.

implyhoʻohuʻu. see infer.

impoliteʻoluʻolu ʻole. see rude.

import₁bring in. hoʻokomo. see imports.

import₂meaning. manaʻo nui.

importto import, also as in a computer program. kākomo. see export.

importanceʻano nui, waiwai. thing of importance, mea nui. limited importance, ʻōpū ʻukuʻuku, kaupalena ʻia.

importantnui, ʻano nui; most important, panepoʻo. see kalalea. important person, kaʻapeha, kiʻi maka nunui, meʻe.

importswaiwai hoʻopae mai, waiwai komo.

importunatekauloloa, meʻo, noi mau.

imposingkilakila, mōkila.

impossiblehiki ʻole, ʻaʻole hiki. see saying, puanaiea.

impotentpau ka hiki. also: pīʻalu, uheule. see saying, koʻokā₁.

impoverishhoʻohune, hoʻoʻilihune.

impregnatehoʻopiha, hoʻopiʻi.

impregnatealso to breed. hoʻopiʻi.

impregnatedhoʻopiha ʻia, mau; ʻūʻū, ū (as with salt).

impressionpaʻi ʻana, mōʻali, moʻoʻali. see opinion.

impressiongeneral appearance or impression, hiʻona. see feature.

impressiveʻikena hoʻopoina ʻole, kilakila; ʻeʻena (in speech).

imprintpaʻi, heʻaheʻa. to leave imprints, as of feet, kākau.

imprisonhoʻopaʻahao.

impromptuspontaneous. ulu wale.

improperkūpono ʻole; pono (preceding a modified word).

improperin math. lapa. improper fraction. hakina lapa.

improveholomua, hoʻomaikaʻi, hoʻokāʻoi.

improveholomua. suggested improvements. he mau manaʻo e holomua ai ka hana.

improvedahona.

improvementhoʻomaikaʻi ʻana, holomua, hana hoʻoneʻemua; pōmaikaʻi (as to property).

improvisehaku wale; paha (a chant).

impudentmahaʻoi, ihumaʻa. also: wini, koakoa, hoʻolanakila, honekoa; mōhio (fig.).

impulsemanaʻo ulu wale, noʻonoʻo ulu wale. act impulsively, lele ʻē.

impulsethe change in momentum produced by a force, in physics. loli uluō. see momentum.

impulseshoʻōlapa

imputehoʻopiʻi.

imuto set an imu. kuʻi i ka imu. to open an imu. huaʻi i ka imu.

in

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ini. also: ma, i loko, maloko, i luna, maluna. in the house, maloko o ka hale. in the car, i luna o ke kaʻa. in the canoe, maluna o ka waʻa.

in-ʻole.

in order toe, i, no, i hiki ai ke. cf. because. in order not to, iʻole e, o.

in terms ofin math. ma o. in terms of x. ma o ke x.

in the long runi ka hikiāloa.

inabilityhiki ʻole.

inaccessiblehiki ʻole ke hoʻokokoke aku, kahakea.

inaccuratehewa, ʻapakeʻe, hape.

inactivenoho wale, noho hana ʻole. also: kukule, kūlola, pālīlea, , palaka, mania, kūmaua.

inadequatelawa pono ʻole, kāwala.

inalienablepili paʻa loa. inalienable rights, pono e pili paʻa loa.

inalienable rightsrights that people are born with and that a government should not attempt to deny; also natural rights. kuleana hānau.

inappropriatekohu ʻole. most inappropriate, ʻaʻohe kohu iki.

inappropriateʻaʻohe launa. see incompatible.

inattentivehoʻolohe ʻole.

inaugural addresshaʻiʻōlelo poni.

inaugurateponi, hoʻoponi, hoʻokumu.

inauspicioushōʻailona hoʻopilikia, kūpono ʻole nā ʻōuli, ʻāpuni.

inbound passin basketball; to throw such a pass. kīloi ulele.

incandescent lightkukui ʻuiki ʻā. see filament.

incantationpule hoʻokalakupua.

IncarnationʻEnekelea (Catholic).

incensemea ʻala. incense burner, ipu kuni ʻala.

incentivekumu hoʻolalelale, kumu hoʻopaipai.

incessanthōʻoki ʻole, hoʻokina. cf. constant.

incestmoe ʻohana pili ponoʻī, moe lūauʻi. Marriage of close relatives, as of brother and sister (or half-brother or -sister) of very high chiefs, moe piʻo, moe naha, hoʻi; mānai ʻula [poetic]) was a means of preserving the family line and was not considered incestuous; commoners had no such marriages; see kiko moa.

inchʻīniha.

inchʻīniha. abb. ʻīn.

incidenceangle of incidence, i.e. the angle made between a wave striking a barrier and the normal to the surface. huina papā. see angle of reflection.

incidenthanana, mea hiki wale mai, hana.

incineratorwahi puhi ahi.

incisorsniho ʻaki.

incitehoʻālaala, hoʻolale, hoʻouluāoʻa, hoʻolalelale. also: hōʻeu, hoʻononi, kīkī, kīkīlona, hoʻokokonoiʻe, hoʻā, haʻinole.

inclinepiʻina, ihona, hiō. also: hāliu; ʻāluli (incline the head), moekahi.

inclosehoʻopuni.

includehelu, hoʻokomo pū, hoʻohui pū, pau pū, ʻōkomo. including women, a me nā wāhine.

includedkomo . tax included. ʻauhau komo .

inclusivekā- (of pronouns and possessives). see plural, Gram., p. 107.

incoherentʻōhewa, hoʻōhewa, ʻolohewa, laukua, olokē.

incomeloaʻa mai. annual income, loaʻa makahiki.

income taxʻauhau maluna o ka loaʻa.

incomparableana ʻole, lua ʻole, ʻaʻole o kana mai, launa ʻole.

incompatibleas of computer programs. launa ʻole. see compatible, inappropriate.

incompetentmākaukau ʻole, hemahema, hāwāwā.

incompleteʻaʻole piha pono, hapapū, kīhapa.

incomprehensiblemaopopo ʻole. also: kamahaʻo, hōʻeʻepa, ʻeʻepa, pāhaʻohaʻo, āiwaiwa.

inconsequentialmea ʻole. inconsequential deeds, hana hope ʻole. inconsequential thing, mea iki. trifling or inconsequential action, as a casual love affair, hana kalakalai.

inconsistentlolelua, lolilua, maumau ʻole, kūlike ʻole.

inconstantlolelua, lelele, lauwili wale, kāpekepeke, palaʻie.

incontinencekuko ʻumi ʻole, maka leho. see lecherous.

inconveniencepilikia, hoʻopilikia, hoʻoluhi.

incorporatedhui ʻia.

incorrectpololei ʻole, paʻewa, pāʻewaʻewa, hewa, hape, ʻewa, ʻolalau.

increasehoʻonui, hoʻomāhuahua, māhua, māhuahua, hoʻomāhua. also: ulu, hoʻolaha, laha, lalahū, hoʻomano, hoʻomanoa, makaua, hoʻomākōmakō, kupu, kuʻi lua, hoʻopākeu, laupaʻi, paʻi, hoʻolaupaʻi; puʻulau (rapidly); kāmolamola (in numbers).

increasegreatest increase, in math. piʻi kiʻekiʻe loa. see decrease.

increasehoʻouluulu₃

increasehoʻouluulu₃

incrementone of a series of additions in groups or quantity. ʻāpanakahi.

incubateto hatch (eggs). hoʻomoe.

incubatorfor eggs. mīkini hoʻomoe hua.

incumbentthe holder of a political office. luna noho.

incurloaʻa, loʻohia.

incurablehiki ʻole ke hoʻōla, ola ʻole.

indecenthaumia, pelapela, kūpono ʻole.

indecisivenaʻau lua. see fickle.

indeedhoʻi, nohoʻi, .

indefinitemaopopo ʻole, akaaka ʻole. indefinite time, akaaka ʻole ka manawa.

indefinite articlepilimua maopopo ʻole. the indefinite article is he.

indefinite pronounpaniinoa kuhi laulā.

indentto indent, as the first line of a paragraph. kīpoʻo. see tab.

indentedpoʻopoʻo. also: kīpoʻopoʻo, maka mino.

independencekūʻokoʻa, ea. Independence Day, Lā Kūʻokoʻa. to establish independence, hoʻokūʻokoʻa.

independentkūʻokoʻa, kūhaʻo, kū kaʻawale, kāʻokoʻa, kaʻaʻokoʻa. see saying, kīkū.

independent variablekumuloli kūʻokoʻa. see dependent variable.

indexpapa kuhikuhi, papa hōʻike. index finger, lima kuhi.

indexpapa kuhikuhi kikoʻī. see table of contents. index card. kāleka pahu. index finger. manamana kuhikuhi, manamana miki.

IndiaʻInia.

Indiaalso Indian, i.e. referring to India and its peoples. ʻĪnia. see Indian Ocean.

India rubberLaholio.

IndianʻInikini, ʻIlikini (American), mea ʻInia (from India); ʻIniana (as Indian Ocean).

Indian mulberryNoni.

Indian OceanMoana ʻIniana.

Indian OceanMoana ʻIniana. see India.

IndianaʻInikiana, Inidiana.

Indianaalso Indianian. ʻInikiana, ʻInidiana.

indicatehōʻike.

indicative moodʻōulihaʻi.

indicatoralso to indicate. kuhikuhi. ninhydrin indicator. ninahaidirina kuhikuhi.

indictsee indictment.

indictmentpalapala hoʻopiʻi, palapala hoʻopiʻi hoʻāhewa.

indictmentalso to indict. hoʻopiʻi kūhelu.

IndiesʻInia.

indifferenthoʻomaopopo ʻole, palaka, nānā ʻole. also: hoʻokananeʻo, nānā maka, hoʻokolono, palaleha. to feign indifference, hoʻopalaka, hoʻopalai maka.

indigenousmaoli.

indigenousnative. ʻōiwi. indigenous plant. meakanu ʻōiwi.

indigestionmanawahua, nahu ka ʻōpū.

indignanthuhū, ukiuki, kaʻeo.

indigoʻinikō, inikoa. indigo plant, kolū, ʻinikō.

indigo buntingmanu ʻinikō.

indirectlauwili; hiliau (rare). indirect-inverse proportion, lakio like huli hope. indirect questioning, nīnau hoʻohele, hoʻohuahualau, nīnau hoʻomaoe. to endeavor to find out something or obtain something by indirect methods, hoʻopāpā.

indiscriminatelywae ʻole, hāpuku.

indistinct₁of vision. pāpalaweka, palaweka, palapalaweka, pālauweka, poehi, pōwehiwehi, kōliʻuliʻu. also: ʻōliʻuliʻu, kāpala, haili, niniu.

indistinct₂of speech. akaaka ʻole, huikau ka leo, ʻolē, nei, hepa. also: hoʻokake, naunau, kāpalalū, mūmū, hemuwā, hinihini; lauʻulu.

individualkanaka.

Indo-ʻīnio-. see entry below.

Indo-AustralianʻĪnionūhōlani. indo-Australian -plate. ka una honua ʻĪnionūhōlani.

indolentmoloā, lena, kapoulena. also: hāloliʻili, heha, maheha, kaialile, palela, ahio, loma, kamakiʻi, kualana, melamela, kūhana ʻole, ʻōpū palula, pāpālole. see idle, lazy.

Indonesiaalso Indonesian. ʻInidonesia.

indoormaluhale. indoor concert. ʻaha mele maluhale. indoor market. mākeke maluhale. indoor sport. haʻuki maluhale.

inducehoʻo-, hoʻokonokono, kono.

inductive reasoninggeneralizing from examples, as in math. hoʻoholo pili laʻana.

indulgehoʻopunahele, pailani, mailani. see spoil.

indulgedpailani loa, hoʻopunahele ʻia, hoʻonuʻa.

indulgencepalapala kalahala (Catholic). see saying, koʻokā₁.

Indus RiverMuliwai ʻInidusa

industrial schoolkula aʻo hana lima.

industrializehōʻoiʻenehana. see industry.

industrializinghōʻoiʻenehana

industrializinghōʻoiʻenehana

industriouspaʻahana, lawehana, limahana.

industry₁diligence. paʻahana.

industry₂trade. ʻoihana.

industryespecially that with a highly technological structure of production or service; industrialized. ʻoiʻenehana. see industrialize, technology. construction industry. ʻoiʻenehana kūkulu. manufacturing industry. ʻoihana kāpili, ʻoiʻenehana kāpili. service industry. ʻoihana lawelawe.

ineffectiveholo leʻa ʻole, pahuʻa, ʻōhea.

inefficienthemahema, lōlena, mili. see saying, hīlea.

inequalityin math. kaulike ʻole. inequality statement. ʻōlelo no ke kaulike ʻole.

inertiaehuō.

inevitablehiki ʻole ke ʻalo aʻe.

inexperiencedʻakahi akahi, hemahema, maʻa ʻole. see novice.

inexperthemahema.

inexplicableāiwaiwa, āiwa, hiki ʻole ke wehewehe pono.

infancywā liʻiliʻi, wā ʻuʻuku, manawaea, wā huli o ke alo i luna.

infantkeiki liʻiliʻi, kamaliʻi (plural); ʻawa (premature). see baby. the sound ay made by infants calling for attention, ʻaʻaea.

infanticideʻumi kamaliʻi, ʻumi keiki.

infantilehoʻopēpē, liʻiliʻi, ʻano pēpē, ʻano kamaliʻi, hana kamaliʻi.

infantrypūʻali kaua kaʻi wāwae, koa hele wāwae, kaniwāwae.

infatuatehoʻohei, hoʻohei manaʻo, liʻa nui.

infatuatedona. infatuated with desire, ulupuni i ka makemake.

infectionmaʻi lele, maʻi laha, maʻi ʻaʻai; kōhoko (probably syphilitic).

infectionalso infected. palahēhē.

inferkuhi. see imply.

inferhuʻu. see imply.

inferiorʻaʻohe maikaʻi loa, haʻahaʻa, emi iho; holina, ʻaʻaiole (of fruit). rare: huelo, mānea, loha.

inferior vena cavawenakawa o lalo. see vena cava.

infieldbaseball diamond. kaimana pōhili. see baseball field.

infiltrateto pass through by filtering or permeating, in science. kānono.

infinitepalena ʻole, nalowale.

infinityin math. pau ʻole.

infirmnāwaliwali, palupalu, nāwali. also: kolopupū, kaukoʻo (of an aged person); kaulei, ʻōmali. see feeble, old age.

infixpākuʻina kau loko. see affix.

inflamehōʻā, ula.

inflamedula. also: kole, mūkole, heka, hekaheka, heʻa, unoʻo; pīheka, ukokole, mākole (eyes).

inflammableʻaʻā koke.

inflammablealso inflammability, flammable, flammability. pēʻāhia.

inflammationʻūpehupehu; puʻu ʻako (throat).

inflatehoʻohū, hōʻolopū. also: pākākā, hoʻopūhalalū.

inflateto fill with air. hoʻopūhalalū, puhi a piha.

inflationemi ka waiwai o ke kālā (financial).

inflexibleʻoʻoleʻa, ʻolu ʻole, paʻakikī. also: wīkani, kākāuha, wīkaʻo.

influencehoʻohuli manaʻo, hoʻololi. to influence to bad behavior, hoʻokūāʻino.

influencedhoʻohuli ʻia. easily influenced, puni wale, kololū.

influencedhilimia

influencedhilimia

influentialkoʻikoʻi, mana koʻikoʻi, kaʻapeha.

influenzapalū.

influenzamaʻi palū

informhōʻike, hoʻomaopopo.

informalkāpae i nā lula ʻoʻoleʻa. to eat informally, ʻai kū. informal attire, ʻaʻahu ʻoluʻolu, ʻaʻahu nō e holo ana i ka manaʻo.

informalpōnolu.

informationnū hou, hōʻike. to obtain information by roundabout methods, hoʻohuahualau. to gather information about one's relatives, pākōlea.

informationʻike. see header information. information book. puke kumuhana. for your information. i mea e maopopo ai ʻoe, i maopopo ʻoe, he mea hoʻomaopopo kēia.

informinghoʻolaha ʻike

informinghoʻolaha ʻike

infraredkōā hawewe wenaʻā

infrequentkakaʻikahi, no ka manawa. see seldom. the ship stops infrequently, kū manawa ka moku.

-ingana, ʻana. his going, kāna hele ʻana. He is going, e hele ana ʻoia. Repetitive action is also shown by reduplications.

ingenuityloea, maiau.

ingestʻai

ingratemea mahalo ʻole, mea aloha ʻole, pōʻalo maka.

ingratiatehoʻomalimali, mikimiki.

ingratitudeʻawahua, hoʻomaikaʻi ʻole. see idiom, au₄.

inhabitnoho.

inhabitantkanaka, kamaʻāina; poʻe (plural). see citizen.

inhabitednoho ʻia. also: aukanaka, kanaka. sparsely inhabited, noho kakaʻikahi ʻia, kaikua. densely inhabited, noho nui ʻia.

inhalantlāʻau hoʻohanuhanu. to administer an inhalant, hoʻohanu.

inhalehanu, hanu i loko.

inharmoniouskūlike ʻole; muimuia (of colors); kulikuli (of sounds).

inheritili. inherited land, ʻāina hoʻoilina. I inherited that land, ua ili mai kēlā ʻāina iaʻu.

inheritancehoʻoilina, hoʻīlina, waiwai hoʻoilina, ili. to seek and establish inheritance for one's children, ʻimi hale.

inheritance deedpalapala hoʻolilo waiwai.

inhibitedkāohi manaʻo, kaʻukaʻu. see uninhibited.

initialmua. initial letter, hua mua.

initialhua inoa. see abbreviation, signature. to initial. pūlima hua.

initializeto format, as a computer disk. hoʻāla. see disk.

initiatehoʻomaka, hoʻokumu; hoʻolilo i lālā (to membership).

initiatehoʻokomo pae. see initiation.

initiationhoʻokumu ʻana e lilo i lālā, kā i mua. initiation feast, ʻahaʻaina komo.

initiationpassage, as into a group. komo pae. see initiate. rite of passage. hana komo pae.

initiativethe procedure enabling citizens to propose a law and submit it to the legislature for approval. hāpai kānāwai. constitutional initiative, a process by which one can propose an amendment by gathering signatures on a petition. palapala noi hoʻololi kānāwai.

injecthou, hano.

injectionhoene, pahu kui (hypodermic), injection needle, hou kui.

injureʻino, hoʻoʻino, hana ʻino, hoʻopōʻino. also: hoʻomaʻau, kuʻi, māuna, māhole, māholehole, mōhole, mōholehole, āulu, manuheʻu.

injuredʻālina, māuna, ʻeha, manuheʻu, manu, pala pū. bruised and injured, manu kīnā.

injusticekaulike ʻole, pololei ʻole, hana pono ʻole, hana pāʻewaʻewa.

inkʻīnika, wai ʻeleʻele. ink squirted by octopus, kūkaeuli, weka, wekaweka. ink sac in octopus or squid, ʻalaʻala. ink used for tattooing, paʻu. ink dregs or powder, paʻu.

ink blotkohu ʻīnika.

inklinghoʻomaopopo ʻē, ʻike mahuʻi.

inkwellipu ʻīnika.

inlanduka, mauka, āuka, i uka; wao (see Haw.-Eng. entry and following entries), āukauka. to go inland, piʻi, hele i uka.

Inland SeaKai Loko ʻĀina.

in-lawsʻohana pili ma ka male ʻana, inoa, alohiki; pili pāpākole (disrespectful). Parents-in-law of one's child, or their relatives of the same generation, puluna.

inlayʻōkomo, kīkomo.

inletkai kūʻono.

inmateʻōhua.

innhōkele, hale kipa, hale hoʻokipa, kahi oʻioʻina.

innerloko.

inningpale. baseball inning. pale pōhili.

innkeeperhaku hale kipa.

innocenthalaʻole, hewaʻole.

innuendokaona hoʻoʻinoʻino (pejorative).

innumerablehiki ʻole ke helu, nui hewahewa, lehulehu, kinikini, kini lau ā mano. also: kuakini, kuāmano, kuāmanomano, kauluwela, pūliʻuliʻu. see kini, lau, mano.

inputas in a computer program. huakomo. see output. input device. hāmeʻa huakomo. to input. kāhuakomo. to input data. kāhuakomo ʻikepili.

inquestʻaha nīele. coroner's inquest, ʻaha nīele kumu make. fire inquest, ʻaha nīele pau ahi.

inquirenīnau.

inquisitionʻaha nīele, ʻinekuikikio.

inquisitivenīele.

insanepupule, ulala, hehena; kapanaha (rare).

insatiableanaʻole.

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

insectmea kolo (creeping); holoholona lele; (destructive); huhu (wood-boring). feelers of an insect, pipi. insect-eaten, ane, huhuhu, ʻai ʻia.

insectalso bug. ʻelala. insect mounting; also to mount insects. pine ʻelala. insect net. ʻupena ʻelala. insect bag net. ʻupena ʻelala ʻeke. insect fixed net. ʻupena ʻelala hoʻolewalewa. insect sweep net. ʻupena ʻelala kāʻeʻe. insect holding jar. ʻōmole mālama ʻelala. insect killing jar. ʻōmole pepehi ʻelala. insect sucker. mea omo ʻelala.

insecticidelāʻau hoʻomake mū, mea pepehi mea kolo.

insecticidesee aldrin, dieldrin, systemic insecticide.

insectivorealso insectivorous. hamuʻelala.

insecurepaʻa ʻole ke kahua. also; naue, pūlehe, kāpekepeke, kauleina, kuleleiwi, kueʻo, kūnapa, kaulei, kulana.

inserthoʻokomo. also: ʻōkomo, hoʻō, ʻōʻō, hōʻōʻō, hahao, pao, kaulelele. inserted word, hua ʻōlelo puʻumanaʻia.

insertto put in, as a disk into a computer. hoʻokomo.

insertcaret ( ^ ), an editing mark used to show where something is to be inserted, in proofreading. kaha hoʻokomo. a circle around a period, colon, or semicolon to show that it has been inserted. lina hoʻokomo.

insertion pointalso cursor or i-bar in a computer program. kahaʻimo. see mouse arrow.

inservice teacher traininghoʻoikaika kumu. see preservice teacher training.

insideloko

inside outlolea. see upside down.

insightʻike kūhohonu, ʻālawa maka.

insigniahōʻailona, mea hoʻohanohano (of royalty).

insignificantmea ʻole, also: ʻano ʻole, aʻe nei, māʻilu, ʻōmilumilu, ʻōmilu, kūpihipihi, kūlono, kūnono.

insincereʻoiaʻiʻo ʻole, kū ʻole i ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, hoʻokamani, hoʻokāmaʻe.

insinuateʻōlelo kāpilipili ʻino; hoʻoloko (rare).

insipidhūkākai, ānea, āneanea, koʻekoʻe, mūhea, mule, mulea. also; hukahūkai, ʻokaʻokai, ʻōkākai, kai, heahea, ʻāheahea, muʻumūnā, ʻaʻalakai, mala, kāhalahala, maika, mahū. see tasteless.

insistkoi, hoʻolāʻau, hoʻopaʻa, haʻakoi, hoʻohuʻa. insistent urge, koi hoʻokina, koi huhuki.

insistencekōina.

insolentmahaʻoi, pākīkē, kīkoʻolā, hoʻokano.

insomniahiaʻā, hoʻālahia, kanikaniāʻula, moeʻole.

inspectnānā, mākaʻi.

inspectorluna nānā.

inspirationmea hoʻoulu i ka manaʻo, ulu, aʻo loko.

inspirational meetinghālāwai hōʻeuʻeu.

inspireulu (see ex., ulu), hoʻoulu, hoʻolalelale, kīpaipai.

inspiredulu (by a spirit, ideal, person); kīhae (with a wrathful spirit).

installhoʻokomo, hoʻonoho.

installto install, as computer software; also to load, as a program onto a computer. hoʻouka. see download.

installment₁payment. uku, mahele uku. installment payments, uku liʻiliʻi, uku manawa, uku hapa, uku pākalikali.

installment₂portion. mahele, hapa, ʻāpana.

instancemea hoʻohālike. for instance, penei; e laʻa me kēia.

instantmanawa pōkole loa. instant coffee, kope hikiwawe.

instantlymanawa ʻole, ʻemo ʻole.

insteadma kahi o.

insteppoli, poli wāwae, poho wāwae.

instinctʻike hānau.

instinctive behaviorlawena ʻike hānau. see learned behavior.

institute₁see institution.

institute₂to begin. hoʻokumu.

institutionhui hoʻohana ʻimi naʻauao (scholarly); hui, hale. see eleemosynary.

instructaʻo, hoʻonaʻauao; hiʻipaka (as a child).

instructionaʻo, ʻōlelo aʻo, aʻo palapala, kuhikuhina. instruction house, hālau.

instructivehoʻonaʻauao.

instrumentmea paʻahana; pila (musical). see musical instrument.

instrumentas a specialized tool for a particular occupation. mauhaʻa. see entry below and apparatus, device, tool. any musical instrument, but especially string instruments. pila. see Hawaiian entries beginning with olo-. brass instrument. keleawe. woodwind instrument. ʻoʻohe.

instrumenta prefix indicating the instrument or cause of a particular action. ʻū-. bonding instrument. ʻūlou. see Hawaiian entry ʻū- and bond.

insufficientlawaʻole, kāwala.

insulatehōʻīpale. see insulation.

insulationʻīpale. see insulate.

insultkūamuamu, hōʻino, hoʻoʻino, hoʻopuka hewa, hoʻopuka pono ʻole. Hawaiian is rich in insults. some refer to body parts: ʻauwiniwini; kole kaʻaka, ʻōkole kaʻaka, kolekole ka maka (see kolekole); eia kāu, ʻo ka heoheo (see heoheo); ihu papaʻa, laho kole, laho paka, laho pōkaʻokaʻo, laho ʻula, maʻi ʻoā, maka lole, maka piapia, ʻolouha, poʻo koʻi, ule hole. others concern excrements: ahu ka pala kūkae, aweawe poi, hele i ka ʻenakōī (see ʻenakōī); naio ʻai kae, pala kūkae, pala naio. a few others: kamipulu, kanakapika, koko moa, moe hālau, ʻōhao ʻīlio, unu pehi ʻiole. see also adze, beggar, boar, derision, dog, eye, eyelid, farmer, genital, gesture, mat, pebble, penis, pinworm, shrimp, slur, taunt.

insultedkūamuamu ʻia, hōʻino ʻia.

insurancehoʻopaʻa, ʻinikua (for various kinds, see ʻinikua and following entries). also: hoʻopaʻa ola (life), ʻinikua pau ahi (fire), hoʻopaʻa waiwai (property). insurance policy, palapala hoʻopaʻa, palapala ʻinikua. insurance company, hui hoʻopaʻa.

insuranceʻinikua. insurance premium. uku ʻinikua. medical insurance. ʻinikua olakino. see medical coverage number.

insurehoʻopaʻa, ʻinikua. insure property, hoʻopaʻa waiwai.

integerwhole number, in math. helu piha. positive integer. helu piha ʻiʻo. negative integer. helu piha ʻiʻo ʻole.

integrateto incorporate (parts) into a whole. hoʻononiakahi. integrated. noniakahi.

integratedas computer software. huikuʻi.

integumentary systemin biology. ʻōnaehana ʻili.

intelligencewaihona ʻike.

intelligentakamai, naʻauao, lololo.

intelligibleakaaka, mōakaaka. to make intelligible, hoʻākaaka.

intelligibleclear, plain. mōakāka.

intemperatepākela. intemperate drinker, pākela inu lama. intemperate eating, pākela ʻai.

intendmanaʻopaʻa.

intenseʻino (after the modified word, as nui ʻino); nui loa, ikaika loa, koʻikoʻi. fig.: hakuma, mākuma, kūlipo, loku, makaʻeleʻele.

intensifierʻōlelo hoʻokoʻikoʻi i ka manaʻo. examples: hoʻi, , nohoʻi, kipona.

intentionmanaʻo. lawless intention, manaʻo, kūʻē kānāwai.

intentionalto commit an intentional foul, in team sports such as basketball. hoʻokuʻia ahuwale. see foul.

interactiveas computer programs. kūkaʻipā.

intercedeʻuao, ʻuwao, kāhoahoa.

interceptkeʻa.

interceptin math. huina . x-intercept. huina x.

interceptto intercept (the ball), in football. ʻapo lilo. see receive.

interceptionpapani.

intercommunicationalso two-way communication. kaʻaʻike pānaʻi.

intercourselauna ʻana. see sexual intercourse.

interdependencealso interdependent. kūkaukaʻi.

interest₁concern. hoihoi, kuleana, pili laulā (broad, general). see saying, bone. I haven't the least interest, ʻaʻohe oʻu lihi hoihoi. of no interest, ʻole wale, hoihoi ʻole. lack of interest, hoʻonakuli.

interest₂on principal. kuwala, kuala, puka, puka o ke kālā, uku paneʻe, uku hoʻopaneʻe, uku kaulele; kuwala ʻano hui, kuwala hoʻohui (compound). discount on interest, kuwala hoʻēmi. rate of interest, helu kuala. interest payment, uku kuala. to draw interest, puka.

intereston principal, as a charge for borrowing money. uku paneʻe. see principal. rate of interest. pākēneka uku paneʻe.

interestedhoihoi.

interestinghoihoi, nanea, walea.

interfereʻākeʻakeʻa, kakekake, komo kuleana ʻole, hōkake, hōkai, kāmoko. free from interference, kuakahi. to remove interference, hoʻokuakahi.

intergalacticehuea kōā kaia hōkū

interim releasealso maintenance release, as of a computer program. hoʻopuka hoʻoponopono ʻia. see update.

interiorloko, wālua. Minister of the Interior, Kuhina Kālaiʻāina.

interislandpiliʻāina.

Inter-island Airways CompanyHui Mokulele Piliʻāina.

interisland callalso to make such a call. kelepona piliʻāina. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

Inter-island Steam Navigation CompanyHui Moku Holo Piliʻāina.

interjectionʻōlelo hoʻōho. (Gram. 12).

interjectionkikahō

interjectionkikahō

interlacekāwili, molo.

interlockedʻūmiʻi paʻa. also: nihoa, niho, ʻōkaʻi; uhauhumu (rare).

intermarrymale ʻohana, male nō iā loko iho. Rare: hoʻi, hihi ka lani. see incest.

intermediatemawaena, i waena, waena.

intermediate directionson a compass, in geography. kūkulu o waena. see primary directions.

intermediate levelpae waena.

intermediussee vastus intermedius.

interminglehihi, hui.

intermissionhoʻomaha. see halftime.

internkōkua kauka (medical).

internone who works as an apprentice. huʻeaʻo.

internalloko.

internalkūloko. see entries below and external. internal drive, as on a computer. kakena kūloko. internal memorandum, as in telecommunication. memo kūloko.

internal mailas in an office or school. leka kūloko. see campus mail, office mail.

internal abdominus oblique musclemākala hiō o loko.

internationalo nā ʻāina ʻē, kō nā ʻāina like ʻole.

internationalkauʻāina. see entries below.

international callalso to make such a call. kelepona ʻāina ʻē. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

international date linelaina helu .

Internetsee World Wide Web.

internet web sitekahua₃

internet web sitekahua₃

interphasekaʻamahana kau

interplanetaryehuea kōā hōkūhele

interpretunuhi, unuhi ʻōlelo, hoʻomahele, mahele ʻōlelo. to interpret dreams, wehewehe moeʻuhane, mōʻike.

interpretationwehewehe ʻana, koho.

interpretermea unuhi, unuhi ʻōlelo, mahele ʻōlelo; nānā ao (clouds); mōʻike (dreams).

interrogatenīnau, ninaninau.

interrogateninaninau. see interview, questionnaire.

interrogationnīnau, nīnau hōʻike; huahualau (to incriminate). interrogation point, kiko nīnau.

interrogative pronounpaniinoa ninaninau.

interruptKahamaha, kepakepa, mauʻaʻe, kāmoko, kīkahō (rudely).

intersectas lines on a grid, in math. hui. see intersection. the intersection of two or more lines, all of which go through the intersection point; to intersect thus. hui kaupeʻa. the intersection of two lines wherein one or both lines do not continue beyond the point of intersection; to intersect thus. hui poʻo. intersecting lines. kaha huina.

intersectionHuina, pahu manamana.

intersectionan intersection of two lines on a grid, in math. huina keʻa, huina. see dot, intersect.

interstellarao kōʻāhōkū

intertropical convergent zoneITCZ. kāʻei kuʻina kopikala. abb. kkk.

intertwineʻāwili, hihi, ʻānoni.

interval; pale, ʻanuʻu, lele (in music). to take interval (military command), kaʻawale.

intervalthe number of units between spaces on a graph's scale, in math. .

intervenekomo mawaena; komo kuleana ʻole (without right).

interviewkūkā kamaʻilio. to hold an interview, kūkā kamaʻilio.

interviewnīnauele. see interrogate.

interweavekāwili, ʻāwili, kāʻekā, molo, ʻānoni, ʻōkaʻi, ʻuo, ʻuwo.

interwovenhihia, mauhili, kaupeʻa.

intestinesnaʻau; naʻanaʻau (small); uha (large).

intimatepili koke, kuluma. Intimate friend, hoa pili.

intoi loko. into the house, i loko o ka hale.

intolerantkūʻē i kō haʻi manaʻo, manaʻo hāiki.

intonationKiʻina o ka leo, ke kaniʻana o ka leo.

intonationkiʻina leo.

intoxicantlama, wai ʻona; mea ʻona (drug). fig. names. ʻwai lohia, wai hoʻenoenoe, wai hoʻomalule, wai kulu; wai kāʻili ao (see kāʻili). see swipes. various intoxicants: ʻōkolehao (ti-root); pinika (molasses and water); pala (watermelon juice).

intoxicatedʻona. fig. names: ulupē, pulu pē, kili hau, noenoe, lupeʻa, māʻona, māʻona loa, hoʻōhewa, kāhiʻo, ʻōhiʻohiʻo, mōlehu, mōlehulehu. see sayings, heha, koʻūkoʻū, māhana, mūkīkī, noenoe, droop. to weave along, as one intoxicated, kikiwi.

intoxicatingʻona, hōʻona. intoxicating liquor, wai ʻona.

intoxicationʻona. the intoxication of the ʻawa sank in (FS 135), ʻoʻoki maila ka ʻona o ka ʻawa.

intransitivesee verb.

intransitive verbhehele

intransitive verbhehele

intravenous bagʻeke wai lāʻau

intravenous bagʻeke wai lāʻau

intrepidwiwo ʻole, ʻaʻa, kaʻalokuloku.

intricatepohihihi.

intricatelāliʻi.

introducehoʻohui, hoʻolauna (as people).

introduceto introduce, as plants and animals to a particular place. lawekahiki. see borrow. introduced. lawekahiki ʻia, malihini.

introducedhoʻolauna ʻia (as people); malihini (as plants). see plant.

introductionhoʻolauna ʻana (as people); ʻōlelo mua.

introductionas in a book. ʻōlelo hoʻ ākāka. see foreword, preamble.

introductory levelalso beginning level. pae hoʻomaka.

intrudekomo wale, komohewa, kipa wale, mauʻaʻe.

invadesee attack.

invalid₁ill. mea nāwaliwali, mea ʻōmaʻimaʻi; hāpai kanaka (fig.); nonopapa (rare).

invalid₂not valid. mana ʻole, waiwai ʻole.

invasionkomo ʻino, hoʻouka wale.

inventhaku wale. invented story, moʻolelo haku wale.

inventhoʻohakuhia. invented. hakuhia.

inventionhana mea hou i hana muaʻole ʻia.

inventoryhelu, helu waiwai, moʻowaiwai.

inventorymoʻolako.

inversehuli hope.

inversein math. huli hope. inverse operation. hana hoʻomākalakala huli hope.

invertebrateiwi kuamoʻo ʻole. see vertebrate. invertebrate animal. holoholona iwi kuamoʻo ʻole.

investhoʻopuka, hoʻopukapuka.

investhoʻopukapuka. investment. mea hoʻopukapuka kālā, hoʻopukapuka.

investigatekolokolo, hoʻokolokolo, noiʻi.

investigationhuli, noiʻina, noiʻi.

investigationalso to investigate, in math. noiʻi.

investmentwaiwai no ka hoʻopukapuka ʻana, waiwai kūʻai. investment business, ʻoihana mahele kumupaʻa.

invinciblepio ʻole, hiki ʻole iā haʻi ke lanakila.

inviolatekapu loa.

invisibleʻike maka ʻole ʻia, poʻo huna. to live invisible in the air, kīhēhē.

invisiblekūnalohia. see visible.

invitationkono, palapala kono (written).

invitationpepa kono

invitationpepa kono

invitekono, hoʻokono, poloʻai.

invoicepila waiwai, pepa hōʻike waiwai.

invokekāhea, kapakapa.

involuntaryme ka ʻae ʻole. involuntary servitude, hoʻohana me ka ʻae ʻole.

involvehihia, kūhihi, kāwili kāʻekā.

involvedhihia, kāhihi. to become involved in gambling, in an entangling affair of any sort, pili hihia.

involvementhihia, kāhihi.

inwardhaʻaloko.

io

iod    ion    iow    

i    ia    ib    ic    id    if    ig    il    im    in    io    ip    ir    is    it    iv    ix       -top-  

iodideʻiodiside. potassium iodide. potasiuma ʻiodiside.

iodineʻiokine.

iodizehoʻiokine.

ionʻiona.

ionizationaoea ʻiona

ion-lithium batteryiho ʻiona likiuma

IowaʻIowa.

Iowaalso Iowan. ʻAioā, ʻIoa.

ip

ipa    iph    ipo    

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iPadiPaka

iPadiPaka

iPhoneiPona

iPhoneiPona

iPodiPoka

iPodiPoka

ir

ira    ire    iri    iro    irr    

i    ia    ib    ic    id    if    ig    il    im    in    io    ip    ir    is    it    iv    ix       -top-  

IranʻIlana, Irana.

Iranalso Iranian. ʻIlana, ʻIrana.

IraqʻIlaka, Iraka.

Iraqalso Iraqi. ʻIlaka, ʻIraka.

IrelandʻIlelani, Irelani.

Irelandalso Irish. ʻIlelani, ʻIrelani. see Irish.

iridiumʻilikiuma.

irismauʻu lāʻili.

irisalso fleur-de-lis. puapalani.

IrishʻAiliki, ʻIlelani.

IrishʻAiliki. see Ireland.

Irish potatoʻUala kahiki.

ironhao; kakakī (hoop); meki (Biblical); pāpaʻa hao (scrap); ʻaiana (for pressing clothes); pilihao, piula (corrugated iron roofing). see sayings, ʻalu, wela. iron pan, dish, fence, pā hao. iron pot, ipu hao. iron spike, kui hao.

ironthe element. meki.

iron sulfatepaʻakai hao

ironing boardpapa ʻaiana.

ironwoodpaina.

ironwoodpaina luhe, paina.

ironworkshale hana hao.

ironysee sarcasm.

IroquoisʻIlokuoa.

irrational numberin math. helu puʻunaue koena. see rational number.

Irrawaddy RiverMuliwai ʻIrauadi

irregulare like ʻole me ka mea mau, loli ke kūlana, pololei ʻole. also: malele, ʻewaʻewa, manumanu, haumanumanu, kālawalawa, kīlepa, puʻuhaku, āmokemoke, piki. to make irregular, hoʻokihikihi. irregular-shaped, laukua. irregular verb, haʻina kekeʻe.

irregularas in shape. laukua. see regular. irregular shape. kinona laukua.

irrelevantʻaʻole pili

irreligiousʻaiā, ʻaiāhua, ʻaiāhulu, hoʻomahuakala; laukana (rare).

irresponsiblenoʻonoʻo ʻole, ʻaʻole e ʻimi pono i ka mea ʻoiaʻiʻo, pakaulei. see vagabond.

irrigatehoʻokahe wai.

irrigationhanawai.

irritablenauki, hoʻonauki, nāukiuki, hoʻonāukiuki, ʻaʻaka, huhū koke.

irritatehoʻoukiuki, hoʻouluhua.

irritatedukiuki, nāulu, kūʻaki, uilani.

irritationukiuki, ʻena, hoʻopehu ʻana; puʻupuʻu maneʻo (skin).

is

isc    isl    isn    iso    isr    iss    ist    

i    ia    ib    ic    id    if    ig    il    im    in    io    ip    ir    is    it    iv    ix       -top-  

issee be. He is sick, maʻi ʻoia, ua maʻi ʻoia.

ischiumiwi kā.

ischiumthe lower portion of the pelvis. iwi o lalo. see ilium, pelvis.

-ishʻano, hoʻo-, haʻa-, ʻō-, pā-. (Gram. 6.3).

islandmoku, mokupuni, mokuʻāina, , ʻailana; moku kele (submerged); moku pāpapa (low reef).

islandsee archipelago. Aleutian Islands. ka pae ʻĀina ʻo ʻAleuta. Kure Island. Mokupāpapa. Laysan Island. Kauō. Lisianski Island. Papaʻāpoho. Midway Island. Pihemanu. Necker Island. Mokumanamana. Palmyra Island. Honuaiākea.

island arcpae moku hoaka.

islandspae ʻāina. Hawaiian Islands, kō Hawaiʻi pae ʻāina.

islesee Hawaiian entry pae moku.

Isle of ManʻAilana Kanaka.

Isle of WightMokupuni-o-Waika.

isletmoku, moku liʻiliʻi. abounding in islets, ʻāmokumoku.

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

isn'tʻaʻole. Isn't it? ʻaʻole anei? He isn't going, ʻaʻole ʻoia e hele ana.

isn't that soalso right, yeah; used only at the end of a sentence or phrase. ē. see Hawaiian entry.

isolatehoʻokaʻawale.

isolatedhoʻokaʻawaleʻia, noho kaʻawale.

isolationismpaikū kaʻawale.

isometricanalike. isometric dot paper. pepa kiko analike.

isopodpokipoki.

isoscelesin math. ʻelua ʻaoʻao like. isosceles triangle. huinakolu ʻelua ʻaoʻao like.

isosceles trianglehuinakolu ʻelua ʻaoʻao like.

isostacythe equilibrium of the earth's crust, in geology. mikā anakonu. see equilibrium.

isotropypunipūlike

Israelalso Israeli. ʻIseraʻela.

IsraeliʻIkelaʻela, Iseraela, Israeli.

issuepuka, hoʻopuka, pukana.

issuea matter in dispute between two or more parties. nīnau.

issuenīnūnē

issuenīnūnē

isthmuspūʻali.

it

ita    itc    ite    iti    its    it'    its    

i    ia    ib    ic    id    if    ig    il    im    in    io    ip    ir    is    it    iv    ix       -top-  

itia, ʻoia, kēlā; akua (in game of tag). This word is frequently omitted. It is said, ua ʻōlelo ʻia. It was a big house, he hale nui ia.

italichiō, hua hiō. see italicize.

italicizehoʻohiō. see italic.

italicshua palapala hiō.

Italyalso Italian. ʻĪkālia, ʻĪtālia.

ItalianIkalia, Italia.

itchmaneʻo, āneʻoneʻo. also: kākiʻo, lalawe, ʻako, makaʻaha, kunakuna, meʻeau. to cause to itch, hoʻomaneʻo. I am beginning to itch, ke piʻi nei koʻu maneʻo.

itchingpuʻupuʻu maneʻo, meʻeau.

ITCZintertropical convergent zone. kāʻei kuʻina kopikala. abb. KKK.

-itesuffix in chemical compounds and terms. -hite.

itemʻikamu.

itemalso entry, object. ʻikamu.

itineraryala hele.

itssame as his

itsalso his, her, hers. kōna, kona.

it'ssee it, be.

itselfʻoia nō, ʻoia iho, ʻoia ponoʻī. by itself, nāna iho, kohana.

iv

ivo    ivy    

i    ia    ib    ic    id    if    ig    il    im    in    io    ip    ir    is    it    iv    ix       -top-  

ivorypalaoa (as whale); niho ʻelepani. ivory-colored, pua niu. ivory pendant, lei palaoa.

Ivory Coastalso Ivorian. Kapa Kai Palaoa.

ivylau hihi , ʻaiwi.

ix

ixo    

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ixorapōpōlehua.

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