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lathe sixth note on the musical scale. . see Hawaiian entry pākōlī.

La Perouse RockKuamanō.

labeltag; also to label. lepili. food label, as for giving product information on a package of food. lepili māhuaola.

labiakapa, lehelehe. division between labia, miona.

labia minorlepelepe.

labialhui puana ʻia me nā lehelehe.

labialin linguistics. lehelehe.

laborhana, limahana, lawehana, luhi, paʻaua, ʻaʻaka, paʻu. see labor pains. hard labor, hana ʻoʻoleʻa.

laborto contract labor. kepa.

labor boardpapa limahana, papa luna ʻoihana.

labor commissionkomisina o nā limahana.

Labor DayLānui o nā Limahana.

labor painsnahu kuakoko, nahunahu, hōʻiʻī, kōhi. medicine for women in labor, hauʻoki.

laboratorykeʻena hana, keʻena ʻimi naʻauao.

laboratorykeʻena hoʻokolohua.

laborerlimahana, lawehana, paʻa hana. fellow laborer, hoa lawehana.

laboringluhina.

laboriouspaʻahana, luhi, paʻu.

LabradorLabaradora. Labrador Sea. ke Kai ʻo Labaradora.

labroid fisheslaenihi.

labroides Phthiropheguscleaner wrasse, a kind of fish. hīnālea nāʻuke.

lace₁needlework. lihilihi, lihilihi hana lima. lace edging, lihilihi mōlina. Maltese or hairpin lace, lihilihi kui lauoho. scallops in lace, pepeiao.

lace₂cord. . shoelace, lī kāmaʻa. corset lace, lī kāliki.

lace fernsee fern.

lacerationmoku, pohole; māī (rare).

lacingkaula kāliki, kaula lī, kōkō.

lackingnele, ʻole, hemahema.

lacquerwaniki.

lactationkau ka waiū, hānai waiū. goddess of lactation, Nuʻa-kea.

ladkeiki, keiki kāne.

ladderalapiʻi, alahaka, haka; haka ʻūlili, hūlili (as a rope ladder). rare: alahaki, ʻolokeʻa, keʻahakahaka.

ladenkaumaha lua, hoʻokaumaha, luluʻu, lehua, mākolu, hoʻoluʻuluʻu.

ladlekīʻoʻe, kīʻapu.

ladlepuna kīʻoʻe, puna ukuhi. to ladle, scoop. kīʻoʻe, ʻoʻe. see skim.

ladywahine, haku wahine; leke (title of nobility); old lady, luahine, ʻelehine; lady in waiting, leke ukali.

ladybugponumomi.

ladyfishsame as bonefish

laghoʻolohi, hōʻapaʻapa, hoʻēmiemi, emiemi, ʻoloʻolo, hākālia, hoʻohākālia, manukā, lemu, kaʻunē, kuoni. lag behind, hāʻule hope.

lagoonkai kohola, loko kai, kuaʻau.

LahainaLahaina. ancient names: Lele, Lā-hainā. epithet: breadfruit-sheltered land of Lele, ever-burning torch not darkened by the Ka-ua-ʻula gales, ka malu ʻulu aʻo Lele, kukui ʻaʻā mau pio ʻole i ke Ka-ua-ʻula.

laidhoʻomoe ʻia, hoʻowaiho ʻia; manono (rare). see lay.

lakeloko. also: loko wai, loko paʻakai, moana, moana wai, moana paʻakai.

lakealso large pond. māluawai.

Lake AlbertLoko ʻAlapaki

Lake ErieMoana Wai ʻElie.

Lake HuronMoana Wai Hulona.

Lake MichiganMoana Wai Mikikana.

Lake NasserLoko Nāsē

Lake OntarioMoana Wai ʻOnekalio.

Lake SuperiorMoana Wai Nui.

Lake TanaLoko Tana

Lake VictoriaLoko Wīkōlia

lambkeiki hipa, hipa keiki, pua hipa.

lambastehahau ikaika, koʻokā. see hit.

lambdoidal suturehoai kala.

LambethLamapeka, Lamabeta.

lameʻoʻopa, kīʻopa, māʻuluʻulu. rare: mauā, ponanā, poʻana, maika, lolehau. see limp.

lament, uwē, uē helu, kanikau, makena, kūmākena, kūpinaʻi.

lamentation, uwē, uē helu, kanikau, makena, paumākō, hoʻopaumākō, ʻaoa, ʻaoʻaoa, pihe, kūkapihe, paʻiāuma, ʻuhane.

laminatelamineka.

lampkukui, ipukukui. also: kukui pōhaku, pohokano, poho kukui, lama, makou, kumuipukukui. lamp chimney, ʻomo ipukukui. lamp shade, pālulu kukui. lampstand, kaukukui, waihona kukui.

lampfloor lamp. kukui , kukui hale. table lamp. kukui pākaukau. lamp shade. pale kukui.

lampheating lamp. kukui hoʻomehana.

LānaʻiLā-naʻi, Nānaʻi.

LancasterLanakeka, Lanaseta.

lance₁spear. ihe pakelo.

lance₂surgical instrument. ā, ā ʻōʻō, koholua.

land₁ground. ʻāina, honua; one (poetic); puluwai (rare). see legendary place. native land, ʻāina hānau, kulāiwi, one hānau. land one has lived on for a long time, ʻāpaʻa. once uncultivated land, fallow land, mahakea. foreign land, ʻāina haole, kahiki. land rights, konohiki. fee simple land, ʻāina kūʻai, ʻalolio, alodio. land anciently exempt from rent and taxes, ʻāina kūpono. land inheritance, ili ʻāina. land grant, hāʻawi ʻāina. crown lands, ʻāina lei aliʻi. land boundary, palena ʻāina. to establish or to act as land, hoʻohonua. place where land and sea meet, ʻae kai. altar marking land division, ahupuaʻa, kaʻānaniʻau. ancient land units, in approximate order of size: moku, kalana, ahupuaʻa, ʻili, ʻili paʻa, ʻili kūpono, ʻili lele, lele, moʻo, moʻo ʻāina, paukū, kīhāpai, kōʻele, kuleana; also: ʻokana, ʻāpana, ahunāliʻi, hakuone, kuakua, nanaʻe. land areas, wao (see Haw.-Eng. entries and entries that follow it), ʻilima, kalulu, kualono, kula, palaheʻī, poko.

land₂debark. pae, lele, hōʻili, hoʻoili.

landto land, as an airplane or bird. kuʻu.

landprivate land. ʻalokio, ʻalodio. public land. ʻāina no ka lehulehu. Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR). ʻOihana Kumuwaiwai ʻĀina.

land commissionerkomikina hoʻonā ʻāina.

land courtʻaha hoʻonā ʻāina. see land registration system, settle.

land divisionalso division, piece, portion, department, category, part; to divide, apportion. māhele.

land featureas mountains, valleys, etc., in geography. hiʻona ʻāina. see water feature.

land ho!lanahō!

land registration systemʻōnaehana hoʻonā ʻāina. see land court, settle.

land shellpūpū kuahiwi (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: hinihini, hinihini konouli, hinihini kua mauna, kāhuli, naka, naka kāniʻo, naka kua mauna, pololei (see saying), pūpū kani oe. Listen to the voice of the land shell (UL 120), hoʻolono aku i ka leo o ke kāhuli.

land titlekumu kuleana ʻāina, palapala kumu kuleana ʻāina.

land turtlehonu ʻāina

land turtlehonu ʻāina

land usein geography. hoʻohana ʻāina. State Land Use Commission. Komikina Hoʻohana ʻĀina o ka Mokuʻāina.

landholderpaʻa ʻāina, mea kuleana.

landingpaena, kāhonua. canoe landing, paena waʻa. wave landing, paena nalu.

landingstaircase landing. paepae alapiʻi.

landladyhaku hale wahine.

landlessʻāina ʻole.

landlordhaku ʻāina, haku hale.

landmarkhōʻailona ʻāina. landmark for fishing grounds, hōʻailona koʻa, māka koʻa.

landownerhaku ʻāina, mea ʻāina.

landscapehiʻohiʻona ʻāina, waihona ʻāina, ka moena ʻana o ka ʻāina. landscape gardener, mea hoʻoulu hoʻonani. to landscape a garden, hoʻonani kīhāpai.

landscapehiʻonaina. see feature. to landscape, as a yard. kāhiʻonaina.

landscape orientationas of a page in a computer program. kuana moe. see portrait orientation.

landslidehāneʻe ka mauna, heheʻe, hiolo, holo, ʻaholo.

landslidealso avalanche. ʻāholo.

laneala ʻololī.

laneas on a highway or in a bowling alley. ala.

languageʻōlelo. also: alelo, elelo, lehelehe (rare). foreign language, ʻōlelo o nā ʻāina ʻē, ʻōlelo ʻē. European language, especially English, ʻōlelo haole. Pidgin, ʻōlelo paʻi ʻai. threatening language, hoʻonuinui. rough in language, kalakala. play languages, ʻōkoleke, ʻōlelo kūkae manu, nehiwa. secret language, ʻōlelo huna, wehiwa, kake.

languagesee sign language.

language artsmākau ʻōlelo.

language awarenessmakakau ʻōlelo.

language-based learningaʻo kahua ʻōlelo. see Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

languidlohiʻau, ʻūpalu, ʻūpalupalu. also: kolohia, nipo.

languishkaʻahea.

lantanalākana, lāʻau kalakala, mikinolia hohono, mikinolia kukū; lanakana (Niʻihau).

lantanalanatana

lantanalanatana

lanternipukukui hele pō, kukui hele pō, lamakū.

lanternhanging lantern, as Japanese type. kukui lākene.

Laosalso Laotian. Laosa.

lap₁anatomy. ʻŪhā.

lap₂lick. , palu, paluhia.

lap₃overlap. hoʻopapa.

lapcomplete circuit. puni. to run or take a lap. holo puni.

LaplandLapelana.

LaptevLapatewe. Laptev Sea. ke Kai ʻo Lapatewe.

laptop computerkamepiula lawelima, lolouila lawelima.

lapwingupupā.

larcenyʻaihue.

lardʻaila puaʻa.

larder beetledermestid. ponu ʻili.

largenui, nunui. also: hālau, hālala, pūhalalū, halakau, nuka, nuʻanuʻa, kāhā, ʻaʻalina, ʻaʻalakai, akaʻikaʻi, polohuku, mākō, hoʻomākōmakō, polo, mākōmakō. too large, kūpalaka, poholopū, wahalehe, uhalehe. impressively large, kaʻapeha. to go at large, hele laulā.

largeas shirt or drink size. nui. see small, medium. large soda. koloaka nui. extra large (XL), as shirt size. nui keu. double-extra large (XXL). nui keu pālua. triple-extra large (XXXL). nui keu pākolu.

largernui loa, kāʻeuʻeu, koʻo, nui aʻe, ʻoi aku ka nui.

lariatkaula ʻili.

larklaka.

larkmanu lāke.

larvapiohē. of damselfly and other dragonflies. lohaloha, lohelohe.

larvaenaio. dragonfly larvae, ʻōlopelope, puaʻalohelohe, lohelohe, lohaloha.

larvaesee post-larvae.

laryngopharynxthe lower part of the pharynx adjacent to the larynx, in anatomy. haka moni o lalo. see pharynx.

larynxkaniʻāʻī, puʻu, ana.

larynxkaniʻāʻī, paipu hanu o luna. see epiglottis, trachea.

lascarlākā.

lasciviouskuko hewa, maka leho, kukoʻino. see pig.

laserwanaʻā. laser beam. kukuna wanaʻā.

lash₁whip. kaula, hahau, hilikua, kōkā, kaulī. to lash, as a storm, wind, pāhili.

lash₂tie. hāwele, hoʻolanalana, hauhana, hauhoa, hauhō, luʻukia, hele.

lashhelea₂

lashhelea₂

lashingaho, aho kā, luʻukia. types of house lashings: kauhihi, aho pueo, aho ʻōwili, kiʻihei, kauhilo. types of canoe lashings: kāholo, kumuhele, lanalana, kumupou, pāʻū-o-luʻukia. adze lashing, hauhana. net lashing, hāwele.

lasskaikamahine.

lassohoʻohei, kaula hoʻohei, kaula ʻili, kīpuka, kīpuka ʻili, kaupuka.

last₁most recent. hope, muli, nei, aku nei. very last, hope loa, muli hope. last night, i ka pō nei. last week, kēlā pule aku nei. last-born, hānau hope.

last₂continue. kāmau, hoʻomau, mau, kūlōʻihi.

last₃conclusion. hopena, panina, kīkīpani.

last born childmuliloa

last born childmuliloa

last nameinoahope

last nameinoahope

latch. wooden latch, kī lāʻau. latch on sewing machine, kīʻū.

latchsliding latch. laka uai.

latelohi, hope, mahope, kūliʻu. late at night, aumoe. late sleeper, moe awakea. the late nā-ʻehu, nā-ʻehu i make aku nei.

lateas registration for a conference. hiki hope. late registration. kāinoa hiki hope.

latelyaʻe nei, ʻānō iho nei, ʻānō wale iho nei nō.

latermahope aku. a little later, āʻoi. a little later than two o'clock, hola ʻelua ā ʻoi. later today, kēia lā aku. I'll come later, mahope aku au.

lateralin linguistics. lālelo.

lateral linea linear series of sensory pores and tubes along the side of a fish, in biology. kahana lonoa.

lateralissee vastus lateralis.

latexlekesa.

lathekaʻawili lāʻau, kila ʻoʻoma.

latherhuʻahuʻa kopa (soap).

LatinLākina.

Latin Americaalso Latin American, Central America, Central American. ʻAmelika Waena.

latitudelakikū, latitu.

latitudelakikū, latitū. see longitude, parallel.

latrinekiʻona (Biblical). see toilet.

latterkēia, hope aʻe, hope iho.

Latter-Day SaintsPoʻe Hoʻāno o nā Lā Hope Nei.

latticeʻōlepelepe, papaholo, lākike.

LatviaLakawia.

laudsee praise.

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

laughʻaka, ʻakaʻaka, hōʻaka, hōʻakaʻaka. rare: kaniʻahē, ehehene, luaʻāpana. laugh-provoking, hoʻomākeʻaka, laupaʻapaʻani. to laugh at, henehene, hoʻohenehene, pāhenehene, hoʻomāʻauea.

laughterʻaka, hōʻaka, ʻakaʻaka. burst of laughter, hehē, hū ka ʻaka. provoke laughter, hōʻaka, hōʻakaʻaka, hoʻomākeʻaka.

lauhala hatpāpale lauhala

lauhala hatpāpale lauhala

launch₁vessel. waʻapā.

launch₂set afloat. hoʻolana; hoʻokumu i ka hana (fig.).

launchalso to cause to blast off. hoʻōlapa. see lift off. launch pad. kahua hoʻōlapa.

laundromathale holoi lole

laundromathale holoi lole

laundrylole lepo, lole holoi, mea holoi, lole pia, lole wai, hale holoi lole. laundry room, lumi holoi.

laurel treehōlio.

lavaʻā, ʻaʻā, ʻā pele (rough lava); pāhoehoe (smooth). also: luaʻi pele, ʻōahi; ʻalā (hard). lava flow, ʻā pele, pele; waʻa (rare). lava cave, ʻaʻaʻā. open place (often with vegetation) surrounded by lava, kīpuka, kīpohopoho.

lava cricketʻūhini nēnē pele.

lava lizardmoʻo pōhaku pele.

lava tubeana kahe pele.

lavenderkai ʻina. see purple.

lavenderboth flower and plant. poniʻala.

lavishnui loa, ʻaʻole laua aʻe, hīhīmanu.

lawkānāwai (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). code of law, kumukānāwai. lawmaking body, ʻahaʻōlelo kau kānāwai. law of the splintered paddle, māmala-hoe, māmala hoa. other ancient laws: ʻaumoana, kaiʻokia, kolowalu. to impose a law, hoʻokānāwai. to enforce a law, hoʻokō kānāwai. to obey a law, mālama kānāwai, hoʻolohe kānāwai. to violate a law, aʻe (aʻe kū) kānāwai, pale kauoha, uhaki kānāwai.

lawkānāwai. see Hawaiian entries following kānāwai and ordinance, statute. to break the law. haʻihaʻi kānāwai, aʻe kānāwai. see outlaw. Boyle's law, i.e. decreasing the volume of a gas will increase the pressure the gas exerts if the temperature remains constant. ke kānāwai a poila. charles' law, i.e. thevolume of a gas increases as its temperature increases if the pressure remains constant. ke kānāwai a kale. civil law. kānāwai kīwila, kānāwai sīwila. common law. kānāwai kumu.

law enforcementhoʻokō kānāwai.

law-abidingmālama kānāwai, makeʻe kānāwai.

lawfulkū i ke kānāwai.

lawlesshoʻolohe ʻole i ke kānāwai, ʻaʻe kānāwai, hehi kānāwai, kānāwai ʻole, mauʻaʻeʻaʻe.

lawmakermea kau kānāwai.

lawn₁grass. pā mauʻu. lawn mower, mīkini ʻoki mauʻu. lawn sprinkler, wiliwiliwai.

lawn₂linen. wikolia.

lawnto mow the lawn. ʻoki i ka mauʻu, ʻoki i ka mahiki. see grass.

lawsuithoʻopiʻi, hihia.

lawyerloio; kokua (old term).

laxhoʻomalule; lax, as in work, palaka, palaleha.

laxas articulation in linguistics. ʻalu. lax vowel. woela ʻalu. see tense, vowel.

laxativelāʻau hoʻonahā. see purgative. kinds: kukui (nuts and flowers), koali (leaves and flowers), pua aloalo, pua ʻilima, kanakamakikaʻi (ʻilima flower used medicinally), wale hau.

laywaiho, moe, hoʻomoe; lay aside, kāpae, hoʻoili; lay before, hau, uhau, hahau; lay away, hoʻāhu; lay waste, luku, also: ʻānai, kohikū, kokōhikū, hoʻoneo, hoʻoneoneo; lay out, kuene; hoʻolālā (as land areas); kīpapa (as stones). rare: uhauhumu, ʻopo, hauʻopo. lay of the land, waihona ʻāina, waiho ʻana o ka ʻāina. see laid. to lay eggs, hānau i ka hua, hāʻule hua, hoʻoluʻa hua, huahua. to lay bricks, hoʻomoe uwinihapa. to lay an oven, kūkulu imu.

lay awayto accumulate, store away. hoʻāhu.

layerpapa. put in layers, hoʻopapa.

layeras of skin or tissue beneath the skin. papa. see vegetation layer.

layeringkākiwi.

laymanlaimana.

layoutas of a computer keyboard. ʻōkuene. keyboard layout. ʻōkuene papa pihi. see keyboard mapping.

Laysanthe island. Kauō. Laysan finch, Telespiza cantanc. ʻainohu Kauō.

lay-upin basketball; to make such a shot. kīkoʻo, pai.

lazymoloā. also: molowā; palaualelo (and verbose), kālē, palauha, heha, maheha, ʻoheha, palaheha, malauea, maʻauea, melamela, malela, maʻuwele, lena, pualena, kapoulena, uhalena, uhalula, ualeha, ōpūhea, ōpūheha, palela, lola, laholena, kūhana ʻole, kualana, loma, kaialile, kamakiʻi, ahio; ʻōʻū (fig.); keoma, keopu, kūmaua, maʻoeā, , leha, nopa, uhaʻula, kalanaʻe. see Kauhikoa, loma, idle, indolent, and sayings, kīʻililī₁, lōlō, piwa lenalena. lazy weather, ʻōheahea hoʻi kēia lā.

lazyboneslola moe hālau.

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LDEFlong duration exposure facility, a kind of experimentation satellite placed in orbit by a space shuttle. poelele hoʻokolohua loa.

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leachto leach, the action of liquid percolating through layers of soil thus removing nutrients from the soil. heʻeaholo. to leach, subject to the action of percolating liquid. hoʻoheʻeaholo.

lead₁mineral. kēpau, kēpau pōkā.

lead₂guide. alakaʻi, kaʻi, kaʻikaʻi. to lead against the will or without permission, kaʻikaʻikū. lead astray, hoʻohala, hoʻohili, hoʻolalau, hoʻowalewale.

leadalso leaden. kēpau.

lead passin basketball; to throw such a pass. kīloi ulele kikī, kīloi kaha. see fast break.

leaderalakaʻi, mua, aliʻi, luna; kukui (fig.). see sayings, koʻokoʻo₁, guide. battle leader, aliʻi kaua, ʻalihikaua, ʻoumuamua. acting leader, hope poʻo. leader of fifty men, luna kanalima. song leader, alakaʻi mele, alakaʻi hīmeni. hula leader, alakaʻi hula. bandleader, alakaʻi pāna.

leadersee floor leader.

leadershipalakaʻina.

leadingkaʻikaʻina.

leading questionnīnau pākākā.

leaflau; lā- (in contractions, as lāʻalo [taro leaf]; lāʻī [ti leaf]; lāʻie [ʻieʻie, ʻie leaf]; lāʻō [sugar-cane leaf]). also: ʻao, liko, oho, ʻao kahi. see pandanus. leaf turning red, mākole lau (rare). leaf fading or withering, lau pala, lau palakāhela, lāʻele. small-leafed, lau liʻi (qualifier of some plants, as maile, ʻohe). large-leafed, lau nui. long-leafed, lau loa. thin-leafed, lau lahilahi. divided or incised leaf, lau manamana. parts of leaves: ʻauwiniwini, kihi, piko, peʻa; poʻo (butt); see midrib, tip. leaves strung at end of seines, ʻaulau. having many leaves but little fruit, pālahalaha lau. young loulu palm leaf, paʻaoloulu. young fern leaves, pepeʻe. to leaf out, hoʻolau, haʻalau, oho, ʻōmaka; kēlau (rare). leafless, ananea.

leaflau. newly opened leaf. liko. bud of a leaf. muʻo. node, where a leaf is connected to the stem. piko. base of a leaf, ashala. poʻo (preceded by ke).

leaf miner pao lau.

leafhopperʻūmiʻikō.

league₁union. hui, kuʻikahi.

league₂measure of distance. lekue.

leaguein sports. kuʻikahi. see conference. American Baseball League. Kuʻikahi Pōhili ʻAmelika. National Baseball League. Kuʻikahi Pōhili Aupuni. National Football League (NFL). Kuʻikahi Pōpeku Aupuni.

League of NationsNā Aupuni HuiʻIa.

leakkulu, kulukulu, liu, , kūlono, kūnono.

leakykulukulu, kūlono, kūnono.

lean₁thin. wīwī. also: ʻōlala, ʻāʻaua, ʻaua, ʻamopuʻu. see thin.

lean₂not greasy. pākā, pākaʻa, kōkaʻa. lean beef, ʻiʻo pipi momona ʻole, ʻiʻo pākā, ʻiʻo pākaʻa.

lean₃incline. hiō, hiōhiō, pahiō, kahiō; lean back, hoʻokīkiʻi, hikikiʻi, kīkū, nanai, hoʻokoʻokoʻo; lean on, kaukoʻo, kālele, hilinaʻi; lean against, paulele; lean over, hoʻohina, hoʻohilala; ou (rare). also: hilala, kīkepa, kīpou.

leanas meat. pākā. extra lean. pākā loa.

leaninghiō, hiona, pahiō.

lean-topupupu hale, hale kāpiʻo, pūʻoʻa.

lean-to shelterhale kāpiʻo.

leaplele; leap at, kiki, ulele; leap away, līʻō; leap suddenly, lele koke; leap into water, ʻiamo, lele ʻōʻō, lele kawa; take a flying leap, lele kīkoʻo; leap on a spear, kūpololū. also: leina, lei, mahiki, lelekē, huhuhulei, lahaina, ʻanapau, ʻoehu, oho.

leap yearmakahiki lele, makahiki lā keu.

leap year's daylā kaulele.

leapinglele kawa, lele pahu.

leaping place of spiritsleina-a-ka-ʻuhane, Leina-a-ke-akua.

learnaʻo (for various subjects, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); hoʻopaʻa, ʻimi naʻauao. to learn quickly, ʻaʻapo. to learn slowly, aʻo pupū.

learnednaʻauao, paʻa. see saying, waihona. learned persons, poʻe ʻimi naʻauao, ipu o ka ʻike. one learned in songs, paʻa mele.

learned behaviorlawena ʻapo. see instinctive behavior.

learningaʻo, naʻauao, palapala, ʻike. learning very fast, hikiwawe ka ʻike. source of learning, kumu aʻo. depository of learning, ka waihona o ka naʻauao (of a learned person).

learning centerkaunoʻo.

learning environmentsee environment.

learning processsee domain.

learning stylessee Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

leasehoʻolimalima, palapala hoʻolimalima. conditional lease, hoʻolimalima ma ke ʻano ʻalolio. perpetual lease, hoʻolimalima manawa pau ʻole.

leashkaula paʻa lima.

leashkaula kaʻi.

least common denominatorin math. kinopiha haʻahaʻa loa.

leatherʻili, ʻili holoholona, ʻili pipi. thick leather, ʻili mānoanoa. thin leather, ʻili lahilahi.

leatheryuaua, māuaua.

leavehoʻi, haʻalele, waiho. also: hohoʻi, hohohoʻi, hoʻia, mauhaʻalele, hoʻowaiho. to leave home, as young people, manu heu (fig.).

leave as isto make no change, as in a computer program. waiho.

leaven, hoʻohū.

leavessee leaf.

LebanonLepanona, Lebanona.

Lebanonalso Lebanese. Lepanona, Lebanona.

lecherouskuko ʻino, kuko hewa, piha kuko, puaʻa laho, kola; lauahi (fig.). see pig.

lecturehaʻiʻōlelo, haʻi aʻo.

ledgekaulu, kaunu, kaulu ʻanuʻu, ʻanuʻu, kaola, lihi kaola, niao, holopapa.

ledger lineʻowā pōkole.

leelulu. lee side of the island, ʻaoʻao kona o ka moku, lalo.

leechmākoko, omo koko.

leekleka.

leernānā ma ke ʻano kuko hewa; makakuʻikuʻi, makaleho.

leewardlalo, alo, Kona₁ see lee. sail to leeward, kaʻalalo.

Leeward Community CollegeKulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwa.

left₁sinister. hema; kāohilani (poetic). left, face, ma ka hema, huli.

left₂remain. koe. left over, koe. left-overs, koena. There is no room left in this box, ʻaʻohe wahi kaʻawale o kēia pahu.

left₃departed. haʻalele.

left guardin football. kūkahi hema.

left justifiedas type in printing. kaulihi hema.

left marginlihi hema, see justify, margin.

left tacklein football. kūlua hema. see tackle.

legwāwae; kūʻauwāwae (rare). see drumstick. leg of ham, ʻūhā hame. leg of mutton, ʻūhā hipa. leg-of-mutton sleeve, lima ūhā hipa. lobster leg, waʻawaʻa. upper leg of crab, wāwae; (rare).

legalso side, of a triangle. ʻaoʻao. see base, ray. corresponding leg. ʻaoʻao launa. adjacent leg, of a right triangle. ʻaoʻao pili. opposite leg, of a right triangle. ʻaoʻao huli alo.

legchair leg. wāwae noho. table leg. wāwae pākaukau.

legacyhoʻoilina, hoʻīlina.

legalkū i ke kānāwai, pono i ke kānāwai, kau kānāwai, kānāwai. legal notice, ma ke kauoha. legal profession, papa loio. legally adopted child, keiki hānai hoʻohiki.

legal kānāwai. see entries below.

legal alienalso to arrive as a legal alien. pae kānāwai. see illegal alien.

legalitypono i ke kānāwai.

legalizehoʻolilo i mea pono ma ke kānāwai.

legal-size paperpepa loio. see letter-size paper, tabloid paper.

legateenoho hale (for a house).

legendmoʻolelo, kaʻao. also: moʻoʻōlelo, moʻo, moʻo kaʻao. legend concerning the gods, moʻo akua.

legendary beingspoʻe o nā moʻolelo. Legendary beings include akua (gods); kupua (demigods); ʻaumākua (family gods); akua lapu (ghosts); poʻe ʻeʻepa (mysterious beings); moʻo, kiha (water lizards); koa (warriors). see (HM). No concepts were comparable to European fairy, brownie, elf; supernatural beings looked like people. Some little people: Menehune, Melehune, , Nāmū, Mū-ʻai-maiʻa, Nāwā, Nāwao, peke. other beings: ʻĀʻāhualiʻi, ʻāʻaia, ʻaʻai anuhea a Kāne, ʻalaneo, ʻEleʻū, Hā-loa, Hānai-a-ka-malama, Hiʻiaka, Hilo, Hina-ʻai-ka-malama, Holu, Hoʻohoku-i-ka-lani, Hōpoe, Kahaʻula, Kahinaliʻi, Kaioʻe, Kama-puaʻa, Kanaloa, Kāne, Kāne-paʻina, Kiha, Kiha-wahine, kīwaʻa, , Kuamū, Kuʻi-a-lua, Kulukuluʻā, Laʻalūʻau, Laenihi, Laka, lale, Lani-kāula, Lima-loa, Lohiʻau, Lonopūhā, Mālei, Maliʻo, Māui, Mauli-ola, Mokuhāliʻi, Nuʻa-kea, Pele, poki, Poli-ʻahu, Pua, Wākea.

legendary placewahi pana. Legendary places: ʻāpapa lani, Haka-lau-ʻai, Hōlani-kū, Kahiki-kū, Kahiki-moe, Kāne-hūnā-moku (Ulu-koa), Ka-paʻa-heo, Kuai-he-lani, Kuakahi, Kuakeahu, Kūkulu-o-Kahiki, Kū-lanihākoʻi, Lani-keha, Melemele, Milu, One-lau-ʻena, ʻOpikana, ʻOpikanalani, ʻOpikananuʻu, Pali-uli, Pihana-ka-lani.

legendary treeslāʻau o nā moʻolelo. names of legendary trees: kālai-pāhoa, koa mākua ʻole, mākālei.

leggingslikini wāwae.

LeghornLekahone, Legahone (city and chicken).

legionlekeona, lehulehu.

legislationkau kānāwai.

legislationin politics. kānāwai. see Hawaiian entry.

legislativedivision of a legislative bill, larger than a section or article. mokuna. see Hawaiian entries under kānāwai and title. legislative branch, as of a government. māhele ʻahaʻōlelo. see branch. legislative powers. mana kau kānāwai.

legislatorlālā o kaʻahaʻōlelo, kau kānāwai.

legislatureʻahaʻōlelo, ʻahaʻōlelo kau kānāwai, ʻaha kau kānāwai. session of the legislature, ʻaha kau kānāwai, kau ʻahaʻōlelo.

legitimatekū i ke kānāwai.

Legospalaka pipili

Legospalaka pipili

legumelekeuma.

lehua₁flower of Hawaiʻi. lehua. scarlet lehua, twisted by fire (UL 88), lehua ʻula, i wili ʻia e ke ahi. Great Kauaʻi, island of lehua (FS 75), ʻO Kauaʻi nui moku lehua (warriors).

Lehua₂island west of Niʻihau. Lehua. epithet: sun-snatching island, moku kāʻili lā (the west).

leilei (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). see saying, puʻupuʻu₁. feather lei, lei hulu. any lei for the neck, lei, lei ʻāʻī. head lei, lei poʻo. hat lei, lei pāpale. flat lei, as for a hat, lei papa. shell lei, lei pūpū. puka shell lei, lei pūpū puka. to wear a lei, lei, leilei, lei pāpahi. decked with leis, ʻohuʻohu. lei seller, to sell leis, kau lei. spirals of several colors in composite leis, ʻoni, wili. to string a lei, kui lei. to braid a lei, haku lei. to make a lei with sections of different colors, paukū. to slip flowers from stringing needle to string, kāheʻe. method of making a hat lei, kuipapa. old (but not ancient) leis of the islands: ʻilima (Oʻahu); kukui (Molokaʻi); lokelani (Maui); kaunaʻoa (Lā-naʻi); hinahina (heliotrope or its substitute, Florida moss, Ka-hoʻolawe); lehua (Hawaiʻi); mokihana (Kauaʻi); pūpū (Niʻihau). For songs about lei see (EM).

lei daylā o ka lei.

LeipzigLipekika, Lipesiga.

leisuremanawa nanea, manawa walea, wā kaʻawale. at leisure, luana, walea, nanea.

lemmamanaʻokōkua.

lemonlemi, kukane, lemiwai, laniwai, lemona.

lemon juicermea ʻuī lemi

lemon juicermea ʻuī lemi

lemon verbenawāpine.

lemonadewai lemi.

lemonadewai lemi.

lemurlāmia.

lendno exact equivalent: hāʻawi no ka manawa.

lendnot to borrow. ʻae. see sample sentence under Hawaiian entry ʻae and borrow, loan. to lend, as money lent at interest. hoʻolako ʻaiʻē.

lengthlōʻihi, loa, loloa, lololoa, lau loa. of varying length, kīlepa.

lengthin math. lōʻihi. abb. . also ana lōʻihi; loa (no abb.), ana loa. see lengthwise, height, width.

lengthof a wave, wavelength. kōā nalu, kōā ʻale, kōā. see height, wave.

lengthenhoʻolōʻihi, hoʻololoa, hoʻohuelo. to lengthen by grafting or splicing, pānaʻi. to lengthen a sound, hoʻokō i ka leo, ʻume. to lengthen, as a speech or story, hoʻolōʻihi; hilohilo (rare).

lengthwiselau loa.

lengthwiselau loa.

lenienthoʻokuʻukuʻu. see easygoing.

lensas for a camera or microscope. aniani kaulona. concave lens. aniani kaulona ʻeʻele. convex lens. aniani kaulona ʻeʻemu. water lens, in geology. papa wai kau luna.

LentKalema, Karema.

lentillenekila.

lentilslenekila, , pāpapa.

LeoHōkū-pā (constellation).

leopardleopaki.

leperlēpela.

leprosymaʻi lēpela, lēpela, maʻi Pākē, maʻi aliʻi, maʻi hoʻokaʻawale.

leprouslēpela.

leptospirosislepopiloki.

Lesotholesoto.

lesshapa iki, hapa ʻuʻuku, hapa ʻuku, emi iho, hapa. to grow less, kualiliʻi, kualiʻiliʻi.

less thanin math. emi iho, ʻoi aku ke emi. see greater than.

lesseemea hoʻolimalima.

lessenhoʻēmi, hoʻohapa, hoʻoiki, hoʻoliʻiliʻi, hoʻoʻuʻuku. also: kāhaʻu, kāmuku, kualiliʻi, kualiʻiliʻi, kanahaʻi, hoʻokanahaʻi, māhani, pānie.

lessenedakakuʻu, emi mai.

lessonhaʻawina. review lesson, haʻawina hoʻi hope.

lessona catalog listing or sequence of lessons of a curriculum. moʻohaʻawina.

lessormea hoʻolimalima aku.

lesto.

letʻae, hoʻokuʻu, e. to let down, kuʻukuʻu, kuʻuna, hoʻoluʻe. to let go, kala, kuʻu, hoʻokuʻu, leikō. to let in, hoʻokomo. Let's go, e hele kākou; ikū, inā (rare). Let me see, ʻoia ana, ʻoliana, aliana, inane. Let me in, hoʻokuʻu iaʻu e komo aku; ʻae mai iaʻu e komo.

letto assign a value or power, as in math problems. hoʻāmana.

let windsee wind.

letter₁missive. leka, palapala, ʻelele waha ʻole. registered letter, leka i hoʻopaʻa ʻia.

letter₂character. hua palapala, hua; hua nui (capital); hua iki, hua liʻi (small). names of the letters of the Hawaiian alphabet: ʻā, ʻē, ʻī, ʻō, ʻū, , , , , , , ; ʻokina (glottal stop).

letterof the alphabet. huapalapala. see case sensitive, correspondence. lower case (small) letter. hua naʻinaʻi. upper case (capital) letter. hua maʻaka. cover letter. leka wehewehe.

letterheadpoʻo kuni (preceded by ke). letterhead design. lau poʻo kuni.

letter-perfectwalewaha.

letter-size paperpepa leka. see legal-size paper, tabloid paper.

lettucelekuke; kāpiki-ʻai-maka (rare).

leucorrheawai keʻokeʻo, waiʻōpua.

leukemialūkīmia.

leveepale kai, pani kai, pani wai.

levelʻiliwai, ʻiliwai like, pālahalaha. also; kalamania, ʻōniki, pāpū like. carpenter's level, ʻiliwai. to level, hōʻiliwai, hiʻohiʻolani, kuʻikē.

levelof difficulty; also stage of development. pae. see entry below and sea level. novice level. pae ʻakahi akahi. beginning or introductory level. pae hoʻomaka. intermediate level. pae waena. advanced level. pae holomua.

levelcarpenter's level. ʻiliwai.

leverune lōhai.

leveralso to pry, as with a lever. une.

LeviathanLewiakana.

LevitesLewika.

LeviticusʻOihana Kahuna.

levykau, hoʻouku, ʻauhau.

lewdpelapela, haumia, kukoʻino.

LewistonLuikini.

lexical itemhualekikona

lexical itemhualekikona

LexingtonLekinekona.

li

lia    lib    lic    lid    lie    lif    lig    lik    lil    lim    lin    lio    lip    liq    lis    lit    liv    liz    

l    la    ld    le    li    lo    lu    ly       -top-  

liabilitykū i ka hana hewa, kumu ʻaiʻē, kuleana.

liarwahaheʻe, hoʻopunipuni, punipuni. also: haku ʻepa, pelo, kiʻilua, lonu, pīnē. see saying, octopus.

libationmōhai inu.

libellaipila.

liberalākea, manaʻo laulā, lipelala. see generous.

liberatehoʻokuʻu, makala, hoʻohemo.

LiberiaLipelia.

Liberiaalso Liberian. Lipelia, Liberia.

libertykūʻokoʻa. also: mōhalu, mōhaluhalu, lipaki. to set at liberty, hoʻohemo, hoʻokuʻu, makala, hoʻokuʻu laʻelaʻe.

libertyalso freedom. kūnoa, kūkāʻokoʻa. Statue of Liberty. Kūkāʻokoʻa Kiahoʻomanaʻo, ke kiahoʻomanaʻo ʻo Kūkāʻokoʻa, Kūkāʻokoʻa.

Libraa constellation. Iloano.

librariankahu puke, mea mālama puke, mea mālama waihona puke, mālama waihona puke.

librariankahu waihona puke

librariankahu mālama puke

librariankahu waihona puke

libraryhale waihona puke, waihona puke.

librarya temporary buffer for storage of codes or information in a computer program. hōkeo hoʻāhu.

library cardkāleka waihona puke

library cardkāleka waihona puke

Libyaalso Libyan. Libia.

liceʻuku, ona; makika (KJV). see louse. chicken lice, ona moa. search for lice, hāʻuke, hāʻule, nāʻuke.

licenselaikini (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); palapala ʻae. licensed prostitute, wahine laikini.

license platelaikini kaʻa (automobile).

lichenlimu, wahinemaikaʻi, kuaʻala, haea.

lichengeneral term. nahi.

lickpalu, paluhia. A lick and a promise, ʻo kū, ʻo kā (kū ... kā); also see kēlā ... kēia.

licoricekanakēʻeleʻele.

lidpani, poʻi, uhi, ʻomo.

lidas for a jar; also cap, as for a toothpaste tube. pani (preceded by ke).

lie₁recline. moe; hina moe, waiho (rare). lie at ease, hiʻolani. lie sick, moe maʻi, waiho maʻi. lie down in pain, kaʻakua, kaʻakukua. lie sprawled, moe pākiʻi, kāhela, waiho kāhela. lie on the side, waiho ʻaoʻao. lie in ambush, moemoe. lie in wait, hālua, hōʻiole (fig.); moe. lie low, as smoke, hina moe. lie in same direction, moekahi. lie to, as a ship, kālewa, poholua.

lie₂falsify. hoʻopunipuni, punipuni, hoʻopuni, wahaheʻe, waha wale. also: hoʻopelo, pahilau, hoʻopahilau, pahili, haku ʻepa, alapahi, ʻapuni, hoʻokalekale, pelo, hāwale, pīnē, kaʻalalo. see liar.

LiechtensteinLikenekaina.

lienkuleana koi, kuleana hoʻopaʻa. see palapala hoʻomalu.

liespulukeke

liespulukeke

lieutenantlukānela.

lieutenant governorhope kiaʻāina.

lifeola (as opposed to death); nohona, noho ʻana (way of life). also: ea, mauli, iwi (fig.),. his life, kona ola ʻana. long life, ola loa, ola lōʻihi. happy life, nohona hauʻoli. breath of life, mauli ola. extremity of life, puaaneane. seat of life, mauli. source of life, kumulipo. full of life, ʻeuʻeu, hōʻeuʻeu, ʻeleʻeleu, ʻeu, hōʻeu, hōʻeleʻeleu. life span, ka lā hiki ā ka lā kau (see lā hiki). sacrifice and prayer for life, mōliaola. earthly life, ola honua. May God grant me life, e ola au i ke Akua. While there is life on earth, ʻoi ola honua. to save a life, hoʻopakele ola. to come to life, ʻīnana. to give life to, hoʻōla, hoʻīnana; hane (rare). life-bringing sun, ka lā hiki ola. to take a life, lawe ola. life is in Tahiti, aia ke ola i Kahiki (with the gods). In poetry, rain and mist may signify life (see saying, weep).

lifesee pro-life.

life cyclepōʻaiapuni ola.

life insuranceʻinikua ola, hoʻopaʻa ola.

life jacketlakeke hoʻolana

life jacketlakeke hoʻolana

life spankāwā ola.

lifeboatwaʻapā hoʻopakele ola.

lifeguardkiaʻi ola.

lifeguardkanaka mālama kai

lifeguardkanaka mālama kai

life-longhikiāpuaaneane.

lifesavinghoʻopakele ola.

lifesaving skillsmākau hoʻopakele ola.

lifetimeka wā e ola ana.

lifthāpai. also: hiʻilawe, aukū, hulei, wala, pūkaʻikaʻi; lift up, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, kaʻikaʻi, pai, hāpai; lift off, huʻe; lift from beneath, hālalo; lift again and again, hiuhiu. lift weights, hāpai mea kaumaha, amo. game of lifting a person holding his body rigid, mākoi kanaka, hāpai malule.

liftto lift or make a double hit, in volleyball. hāpai. see carrying violation. as a ski lift. noho piʻi mauna.

lift weightsamo hao, hāpai hao.

liftinghapaina, huhuhulei.

lift-offas of a rocket or missile; also blast off. ʻōlapa. see launch.

ligamentaʻa puʻupuʻu, olonā, oloolonā.

ligamentoloolonā.

light₁illumination. ao, lama, malama, kukui. electric light, kukui uila. daylight, ao, ʻeleao. faint streak of light, hilo. dazzling light, hulili. light with a torch, aulama. light color, fair, halakea. light of knowledge, mālamalama, ʻama, māʻamaʻama. sacred light, laʻa kea. to cause light, hoʻomālamalama.

light₂ignite. hōʻā, hōʻaʻā.

light₃not heavy. māmā, mālana. also: hani, ʻālana. light work, hana māmā, pua aheahe. light refreshment, mea ʻai māmā. light rain, kilihune, kili nahe. light wind, kauaheahe; pūlihi (rare).

lightkukui, kuikui. light bulb. ʻōpuʻu kukui. light switch. kuiki kukui, pana kukui. filament in a light bulb. ʻuiki ʻā. incandescent light. kukui ʻuiki ʻā. fluorescent light. kukui hāweo. light controls, as for stage productions. une kukui. traffic light. kukui hoʻokū.

lightto light, as a set for a movie or video production. hoʻomālamalama. lighting director. luna hoʻomālamalama.

lightspeed of light. māmā kukuna , māmā holo o ke kukuna . light year. makahiki holo kukuna .

lightcoherent light, i.e. light in which all the waves vibrate in a single plane with the crests and troughs all aligned. mālamalama aukahi.

lightto "see the light" after not understanding or after being in opposition to an idea. makili ka noʻonoʻo.

light switchkuiki₂

light switchkuiki₂

lightenhoʻomāmā, hoʻomālana.

light-fingeredhue, lima ʻāpā.

lightheartednaʻau kaumahaʻole, leʻa ka naʻau.

lighthousehale ipukukui.

lightninguila, ahi. flash of lightning, lapa uila, lehuuila. the lightning flashes, ʻōlapa ka uila. streak of lightning, kaula uila. lightning followed by thunder, kani ā ʻuʻina. sound of lightning striking, nehe, nehenehe, nehenuʻu. snout of lightning, nuku uila (of too much talk; see saying, ʻolēʻolē).

lightning boltlapa uila.

ligurelekema, likula.

like₁as. a, me, like me, , kohu, mehe, mehe mea, pe, hele ā, laʻa, ʻoe. like this, penei, pe kēia, pēia, ʻano like me kēia, e laʻa me kēia. like that, pēlā. exactly like, just alike, kohu like, like ʻālike. What is it like? pehea kona ʻano?

like₂wish. makemake, mamake, puni, ʻiʻini; ʻono (food).

likealso as if, as though. me he.

like termin math. hoa like. see constant term, term.

likelypaha.

likenesskohu, kohu like, ʻano, kiʻi, aka, lua. to assume a likeness, hoʻokohu, hoʻokū.

likewisekekahi, nohoʻi, pēlā hoʻi.

likingʻiʻini.

lilachueloʻīlio.

lilikoi butterwaiūpaka lilikoʻi

lilikoi butterwaiūpaka lilikoʻi

Liliʻu ʻukuleleʻukulele Liliʻu.

lilylilia. day lily, lilia palaʻai. water lily, lilia-lana-i-ka-wai. lily of the valley, lilia-o-ke-awāwa. kinds: ʻukiʻuki, paʻiniu.

lima beanpāpapa laima.

limblālā, mana. with strong limbs, lālākoʻa.

limberpalupalu, wali, hōʻolu, ʻōʻupē, ʻapeʻape. limber-jointed, lewa.

lime₁fruit. lemi.

lime₂calcium oxide. puna. lime hair bleach, pūkai. to burn lime in a pit, kahu.

lime₃see birdlime.

limelaimi.

limeadewai lemi.

limestonehauone, paʻakea, pāpaʻakea, pōhā kea. limestone house, hale puna.

limitpalena, kaupale, ʻoki. to limit, kaupalena. land limit, palena ʻāina, kapahaʻi. off limits, kapu, hoʻokapu ʻia, pāpā ʻia. without limit, ana ʻole, palena ʻole, ʻaʻole o kaʻe mai, ʻaʻole o kana mai, ʻaʻohe launa. limited, kaupalena ʻia (limits set); huiʻia (incorporated).

limitgrow limit, as in a computer program. palena ulu. see grow.

limitationkaupalena, hāiki.

limousinekaʻa limo.

limp₁lame. ʻOʻopa, ʻopa. also: māʻopaʻopa, hakiʻopa, kīʻopa, ʻoʻi, hāʻoʻi, kūʻoʻi, kūpāʻoʻi, hakupeʻoʻi, pāʻoʻiʻoʻi, kaʻupapā, lolehau, luni. see lame.

limp₂weak, soft. malule, nāwali, nāwaliwali. also: uwaʻuwali, haʻimalule, hōlule, hoʻokakale, ʻōluheluhe, lolena. hanging limp, as a sail, lululu.

limpetʻopihi (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry); kāʻala. ʻopihi scooped out of its shell, makaʻopihi. to gather ʻopihi, kuʻi (ʻōlaʻo) ʻopihi. a cliff-clinging limpet, he ʻopihi kau pali (of a parasite).

limusee alga, lichen, moss, seaweed.

line₁cordage. kaula (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); aho. names of lines used on canoes and boats, ʻalihi pāʻū, hāunu, kō waʻa, heʻe, hekau, kaula, pūkōkeʻe; puʻaki (rare). fishing line, aho. trolling line, aho kālewa, aho kākele. ulua line, hawaiʻi-loa.

line₂geometric. lālani, laina, kaha, kahahiō, mana, kahakahana. to mark with lines, hoʻolālā, kākau kaha. to march in line, hele lālani, kaʻi, kaʻina. lined paper, pepa kahakaha. lines, as in the face, kahakahana, ʻaluʻalu, ʻalu, lines on the stomach, alawela. line of stones, nini. line of surf, kūlana nalu, iwi. to draw a color line, kaupale ʻili.

line₃to cover. pale. to line or thatch a house, paʻi hale.

linein math. kaha, kaha laina, laina. see entries below. imaginary line. laina moeā. line segment. ʻāpana kaha. number line. laina helu. intersecting lines. kaha huina. parallel lines. kaha pilipā. perpendicular lines. kaha kūpono. sight line. laina ʻike. skew line. laina pāweo. line graph. pakuhi lākiō. line of symmetry. kaha ʻālikelike.

lineas on a basketball court or in sports. laina. base or end line. laina hīnaʻi, laina hupa, laina kumu, laina poʻo. half-court line. laina kūwaena. side line. laina iwi, laina ʻaoʻao. free throw line. laina noa. defensive line, in football. laina kūpale, laina pale. offensive line. laina kūlele. scrimmage line. laina hoʻouka. over the line, in volleyball. kaʻahi hewa, keʻehi hewa. three-meter line. laina ʻekolu mika. ten-foot line. laina ʻumi kapuaʻi. starting line, as in a race. laina pahuku. finish line. laina pahuhope.

linelateral line, a linear series of sensory pores and tubes along the side of a fish, in biology. kahana lonoa. safety line, as in a spacecraft. kaula piko.

linehorizontal line on a musical staff. laina o ke kōkua hua mele, laina o ke kōkua. see musical staff.

Line IslandsPae Moku Lāina

line notein music. hua mele laina. see note.

line of sightalso sight line. laina lena, laina ʻike.

line outto strike through, as on a typewriter or computer; also used to indicate that the letters or words lined out are to be deleted and replaced by those written above, in proofreading. kahawaena. a series of dots written under a word or words which have been lined out to show that no change should be made from the original; stet. kaha waiho.

line spikein volleyball. hili laina. see spike.

line upto line up vertically. hoʻokolamu.

lineagelālani ʻohana, kūʻauhau, welo, ēwe kapu, āewa, ēweewe, kūmoʻo. chiefly lineage, kūʻauhau aliʻi, moloalo. lineage kin, ēwe.

linear equationhaʻihelu lālani.

linear functionin math. hahaina lālani.

linear scalein geography. pālākiō lālani.

linear unit paperin math. pepa anakuhi lālani.

linebackerdefensive linebacker, in football. mahikua.

linenlilina, pulu, pulupulu, olonā, ʻie. see grass linen.

linerlapa (for tapa).

linereye liner. mahaka maka. for a fish tank, in aquaculture. paleʻeke. see fish tank.

lingerkali, ʻapa, kaʻukaʻu; linger with greedy eyes, meʻo. see loiter.

linguisticskālaiʻōlelo.

linguisticskālaiʻ ōlelo.

liningpale (of a garment); paʻi (thatch).

linkpaukū, loulou, hoʻohui, hoʻokuʻi. link of chain, paukū kaula hao.

linkto link, as in a computer program. loulou. file link. loulou waihona. data link. loulou ʻikepili. a curved line (or lines) linking two letters or words to indicate that the letters or words should be joined, in proofreading. kaha hoʻokuʻi.

linkagekuʻina hoʻi

linkagekuʻina hoʻi

linnetʻaimīkana, manu-ʻai-mīkana, manu-ʻai-papaia.

linoleumlinoleuma.

linoleumalso linoleum flooring. linoleuma, moena ʻili. see floor tile.

linotypelinokaipa, mīkini hoʻonoho hua paʻi palapala.

linseedlilina.

lintelhoakakeʻa.

lionliona. sea lion, liona kai. Lion's Club, Hui Liona.

lionsea lion. liona kai.

lionessliona wahine.

liplehe, lehelehe. see idiom, sharp. thick lip, lehelehe nui, nukukau. protruding lip, waha puʻu, puʻu ka nuku. pouting lips, lehe luhe. to move lips silently, hoʻonomenome. eat until the lips protrude, ʻai ā puʻu ka nuku (eat much).

liplinerpeni pena waha, peni pena lehelehe. see lipstick.

lipstickmea hōʻulaʻula lehelehe.

lipstickpena waha, pena lehelehe. see lipliner. to put on lipstick. hana i ka pena waha.

lipstick plantʻalaea lāʻau.

liquefyhoʻoheheʻe.

liquidwai, ʻae. nearly liquid, as thin poi, kale.

liquidas opposed to solid or gas. kinowai.

liquorwai; wai ʻona, kulu (intoxicating). see ex., hoʻomalule, intoxicant. first and last distillations of liquor, kālolo, kāwai. ti-root liquor, ʻōkolehao.

LisbonLikepona.

Lisianskithe island. Papaʻ Āpoho.

listhelu, papa helu. see heel. list of names, papa inoa.

listpapa. list of computer commands. papa kauoha kamepiula. mailing list. papa helu wahi.

list editor screenin a computer program. pukaaniani kolamu ʻikepili.

listenlohe, hoʻolohe, hoʻolono. also: lolohe, lohelohe, maliu, ʻauhea, ʻohikau, kālelei. Listen, ʻauhea wale ʻoe (common in beginnings of songs).

listlesspalaka. also: kukule, ʻōkulekule, puhemo, mamae, hoʻopuhemo, ʻea kāmoloā, nokule, .

listlessnesskāmoloā

listlessnesskāmoloā

litanylikānia.

litchilaikī. cf. māhoe.

litchialso lychee. laikī.

literlika.

literlika. abb. l.

literalpili pono, kūlike loa. see meaning, translation.

literatehiki ke heluhelu puke.

literaturemoʻolelo; palapala (written only).

literaturegeneral term. moʻokalaleo. see tale. creation literature. moʻokalaleo kumu honua. oral literature. moʻokalaleo haʻi waha. traditionl literature. moʻokalaleo kuʻuna. written literature. moʻokalaleo palapala.

literature response logas student's journal for recording reactions to literature. puke moʻomanaʻo moʻokalaleo.

lithifiedpaʻa pōhaku.

lithiumlikiuma.

lithiumlikiuma

lithographkiʻi māio.

LithuaniaLituania.

litmus paperfor measuring ph. pepa ana ʻakika.

litter₁trash. ʻŌpala, mōkākī, hoʻōpala, hoʻomōkākī.

litter₂stretcher. mānele.

littleiki, liʻi, liliʻi, liʻiliʻi. also: huahelu, hukuliʻi, huna, hune, ʻōhune, māiki, mamamala, pīkanele. a little, iki, wahi, kauwahi, nāhi, maʻū. little bit, lihi. to eat very little, kikiki kaʻaiʻana.

little fingermanamana iki, manamana liʻiliʻi.

little peoplesee legendary beings.

live₁exist. ola. the name lives on, ola ka inoa. live idly, ōpū. live in comfort, luana. live off others, pili wale. living as a dependent, nohona hoʻopili wale. live a happy life, noho hauʻoli; lele pono (fig.).

live₂dwell. noho. live alone, noho hoʻokahi. to live together, noho pū, pili paʻa. to live with a man, noho kāne. to live with a woman, noho wahine. to live cautiously, akahele ka noho ʻana, akanoho. to live permanently, noho paʻa. to live by the sea, noho kai. to live inland, noho uka. let us live together, hoʻokahi kō kāua noho pū ʻana.

livelihoodola, pono. means of livelihood, mālama ola, koʻokoʻo. to earn a livelihood, ʻimi i ola. deprivation of livelihood, hoʻopilikia i ka nohona, hana kaha ea.

livelyʻeleu, ʻeuʻeu, ʻakeu, ʻeleʻeleu, ioioleʻa, nanahea. to act lively, ʻīnana.

liverake, akepaʻa. raw liver, ake maka. octopus liver bait, pilipili heʻe.

liverake. liver fluke. koʻelau ake.

LiverpoolLiwapula.

liverwortlimu, limu ahi, limu kaha, pahapaha kuahiwi.

livery stablehale lio hoʻolimalima.

livestockholoholona hānai (i ka mahina ʻai).

livingnohona, ʻaoʻao (way of life); ola (life). still living, not dead, e ola ana nō, ʻaʻole i make.

living roomlumi hoʻokipa.

living roomlumi hoʻokipa.

lizardmoʻo, , moʻokiha; moko (rare). big lizard, moʻo nui. long-tailed lizard, moʻo kā lāʻau. black lizard, moʻo alā, moʻokā, moʻo kaʻalā. common lizard, moʻo kāula, moʻo makāula. supernatural lizard, Kiha. lizard god, Kaioʻe. godlike lizard, moʻo akua. many lizard gods, monsters, spirits, dragons, moʻo lau.

lizardlava lizard. moʻo pōhaku pele.

lizard fishʻulae, kule, ʻōnihoniho.

lo

lo!    loa    lob    loc    lod    lof    log    loi    lol    lon    loo    lop    lor    los    lot    lou    lov    low    loy    

l    la    ld    le    li    lo    lu    ly       -top-  

lo!Aia hoʻi! Eia hoʻi!

loadhāʻawe. see burden. to load, hoʻohāʻawe, hoʻokaumaha, hoʻīli, hoʻoili, hoʻouka, hoʻoukana. to load a gun, hoʻopiha. neatly arranged load, kīpapa. I have a heavy load, luʻuluʻu loa au.

loadto install, as programs onto a computer. hoʻouka. see download.

loadedpiha, piha ukana; ʻoloʻolōna (rare).

loaf₁ovate body. ʻomoʻomo. loaf of bread, ʻomoʻomo palaoa, paʻi pelena, pōpō palaoa.

loaf₂idle. hoʻohala manawa. see lazy.

loaferslip-on style shoe. kāmaʻa pohopū.

loamʻelemakua.

loanhāʻawi no ka manawa, hōʻaiʻē. cf. lend.

loanas money lent at interest; also to have a loan. lako ʻaiʻē, ʻaiʻē. see lend, borrow.

loathesee hate.

loathesomehoʻopailua.

loavespaʻi pelena. see loaf.

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

lobar bronchusalso secondary bronchus, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kualua.

lobby₁foyer. lumi hoʻokipa.

lobby₂political. hana hoʻopaipai, paipai.

lobbyto conduct activities aimed at influencing public officials or legislation. hoʻopaipai. lobbyist. mea hoʻopaipai.

lobeear lobe. lepe pepeiao.

lobeliaʻōhā, ʻōhāhā, pua ʻala. various kinds: ʻalula, ʻōhā wai, ʻōhā kēpau, ʻōhā pali, hāhā, hāhā-ʻai-a-ka-manu, hāhā lua, hāhā nui, pānaunau, puakala, puʻe, liua, ʻakū, ʻakūʻakū, kuhi-ʻai-ka-moʻo-wahie, pōpolo, koliʻi.

lobsterula. varieties are qualified by hiwa, koaʻe, poni; also: ʻāpaʻapaʻa; hāwaʻewaʻe (small); nīnole (?). upper leg of lobster, waʻawaʻa. The lobster is the creature living in coral beds, he ula ka iʻa noho i ka hāpapa (of shy persons).

lobsterpāpaʻi ula

lobsterMaine lobster. ʻōmā. slipper lobster. ula pāpapa, ula ʻāpapapa.

lobsterpāpaʻi ula

localkūloko, kō laila, neʻi, ʻoneʻi. see place. local people, kō ʻoneʻi poʻe. concerning local places, pili loko.

localkamakūloko

local callalso to make such a call. kelepona kūloko. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

localitysee place.

locatehoʻonoho, loaʻa.

locationkahua, wahi, kahi.

locationabsolute location, in geography. kuhikuhina. relative location. pilina henua.

locativehenua₂

locativehenua₂

locative caseʻauimoe.

locative nouniʻoa

locative nouniʻoa

lock₁latch. , laka. Lock the door, e kī aku i ka puka ā paʻa.

lock₂tress. wili, wili lauoho.

lockalso to lock. laka. see entries below. combination lock. laka helu. combination, as for a lock. helu laka.

lockcaps lock, as on a typewriter or computer keyboard. laka maʻaka. caps lock key. pihi laka maʻaka, pihi laka (preceded by ke).

lockedpaʻa i ka lakaʻia.

lockerwaihona pāiki, pahu laka.

locketpuʻuwai (heart-shaped).

locketpihipoho (preceded by ke).

lockjawkuʻipaʻa.

loco mocolokomoko

loco mocolokomoko

locomotivekaʻaahi.

locustʻūhini; edible, locust ʻūhini paʻawela; bald, locust ʻūhini wāwae hā; adult, locust ʻunia. to catch edible locusts, kāhau.

locusthoney locust bean. pāpapa ʻūhinihone.

lodge₁house. hale. to lodge in a house, hoʻohale.

lodge₂fraternal or secret society. hui malū.

lodginghousehale kipa, hale hoʻokipa, hale me nā lumi hoʻolimalima.

loftykiʻekiʻe, i luna, luna lilo, luna loa. rare: ʻiu, ʻiuʻiu, hōʻiu, kaʻokaʻo, keha, leʻo, leʻolani, pūnihi.

log₁portion of tree. paukū kumulāʻau, kua lāʻau. carved log on land boundary, puaʻakukui. log cabin, hale kua.

log₂hebrew measure. loka.

log₃shipʻs record. moʻolelo.

logliterature response log, as a student's journal for recording reactions to literature. puke moʻomanaʻo moʻokalaleo.

log insee log on.

log offor to log out, as of a network or other computer system. lele. see log on.

log onor to log in, as of a network or other computer system. ʻeʻe. see log off.

log outsee log off.

logarithmhuhui helu.

logheadlakaheke.

logickūkulu manaʻoʻana.

logicalso logical. kūpili. logic error, as a message on a calculator display that shows an operation is not logical. hewa kūpili. logical thinking. noʻonoʻo kūpili.

logolōkō.

logoslokou.

loinclothmalo, malo kai, malo kea, malo wai. also: ʻaʻahu makaloa, kapeke. The loincloth of the handsome one ... tie on the loincloth curved like the moon, the sea loincloth, loincloth of the chief. Stand, gird on your loincloth (UL 35-36)! Ka malo a ka māhiehie ... o kākai malo hoaka, ʻo ka malo kai, malo o ke aliʻi. E kū, e hume ā paʻa i ka malo!

loinspūhaka, leu. part covered by the malo, humena.

loiterkali. also: kauʻīpuka, ahio, lōiele, ʻoloʻolo, hoʻokololohe, ʻeʻelo. see linger.

loitererkali, kauʻīpuka.

lolisee cucumber.

lollpualena. see lazy.

lollipopalso sucker. kanakē ʻau, omōmo.

LondonLākana, Lalana, Ladana.

lonehoʻokahi, kaukahi, noho hoʻokahi.

lonelinessmehameha. see alone and saying, cold.

lonelymehameha. rare: kuānea, kuaehu, pūlō.

longloa, loloa (usually spatially); lōʻihi (also figuratively); (as a sound); long and oval, ʻomoʻomo; long and narrow, oloolo; long and sharp, pīoeoe. also: lōkihi, oe, oeoe, kīoeoe, makikoe, hāloa, peleleu, koloau, holowī, niape. long-legged, wāwae loloa, kioea. long-limbed, ʻau loa. long hair, lauoho loloa. long time, manawa lōʻihi. long ago, i ka wā kahiko, mamua loa, kū ā kahiko, kala kahiko. long trip, huakaʻi lōʻihi; kākaiewa (rare). to take a long time, lōʻihi ka manawa, kūlolohili.

longloa. see length.

long beana common Filipino dish. pāpapa loloa.

Long Duration Exposure Facilityldef, a kind of experimentation satellite placed in orbit by a space shuttle. poelele hoʻokolohua loa.

long forsee want.

long jumpstanding long jump, lele loloa. running long jump. holo a lele loloa.

long ricelaiki loloa.

long runin the long run. i ka hikiāloa.

long-distance callalso to make such a call. kelepona kūwaho. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

longevityola loa. see saying, koa₃.

longitudelonikū.

longitudelonikū, lonitū. see latitude.

long-rangealso long-term. hikiāloa. see short-range, medium-range. long-range plan. papa hoʻolālā hikiāloa.

long-termsee long-range.

looknānā, kilo; look for, ʻimi, huli, nānā; look around, makaau, makaʻau, makāu; look longingly, mākilo, ʻaiau; look like, kūlike me; look sideways, ʻalawa; look out of the corners of the eyes, maka kihi, nānā kihi; look without helping or responding, nānā maka, nānā kuli; look heavenward, kilo lani, hikaʻa lani; look with favor, maliu; look with disapproval, maka kokoe, nānā kokoe, makakī, hoʻomakapū; look straight ahead, nānā pono, kauaheahe; look with nearly closed eyes, pīoioi, mīoioi. also: hākiu, hāliu, aua, mākaʻikaʻi. see gaze, peep, stare. Look out! Nānā pono! Mālama pono!

lookingnānā ʻana, nānaina. good-looking, maikaʻi ke nānā aku.

looking glassaniani, aniani kilohi, aniani nānā, aniani kū, kilo.

lookoutwahi nānā, wahi kiaʻi, ʻaleʻo. also: kilohana, ʻīmaka, lukau, hālona.

lookoutscenic viewpoint. ʻīmaka.

loomʻōmau (weaving), mea ulana lole. see plait.

looppuka lou, kīpuka, kama ʻaha, apo.

loopas in a computer program. pīnaʻiapuni. belt loop, as on a pair of pants. apo ʻili kuapo.

loop and ballpalaʻie, hoʻolei pōpō.

loosehemo, puhemo, ʻaluʻalu, hōʻaluʻalu, pūʻalu. also: ʻopeʻalu, ʻaluheʻe, holokake, hūalakē, hōlokeloke, koʻo, lehe, luʻe, māwehe, māweke, mōhalu, puhalu, halu, uhalu, paleha, pōlewa, naue, kaʻamola, palahemo, pūlehe, pōnulu, pōnulunulu, pōnununu, kūpalaka. loose attachment, lepe. loose-jointed, hoʻohaʻilua, ʻaluheʻe. loose-fitting, as clothes, poholo, pōholoholo, haloke, hālokeloke, ualehe, pūʻalu, pūʻaluʻalu. to prod loose, kaiehu.

loosenhoʻohemo, pahemo, hoʻopahemo, hōʻalu, hoʻopuhemo, puhalu, wehe, weke, hoʻokapeke, hoʻoluʻe, kala, makala, mokala, molokala, hoʻomanana, koʻo.

looseninghemohemo, ʻāluna.

loosestrifespuahekili, kolokolo kuahiwi, kolokolo lehua.

lootwaiwai pio; to loot, hao.

lopsidedkapakahi, kapakeʻe, ʻōpaha, ʻanahua.

lordhaku; (rare). to seek a lord, ʻimi haku (as for privileges, possessions, security, patrimony; cf. Sahlins, as p. 36). Lord Jehova, ʻO Iēhowa ka Haku. My Lord, kuʻu haku. to lord it over others, hoʻohaku, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, kuhilani.

Lord's SupperʻAhaʻaina a ka Haku.

losehoʻolilo, nalo, nalowale.

loseeo, hāʻule. see Hawaiian entries.

losermea i pohō, eo; ʻōhule (in card games, slang).

lossemi, pohō; pohō maʻū (complete); kumulilo (financial); kīnā (of crops). to refuse to pay for losses or forfeit, as in a game, kāʻihi. to sell at a loss, hoʻopohō.

losskumulilo. see profit.

lostlilo; lilo loa (permanently); nalo, nalowale, nalohia, nano. rare: ʻiʻī, poleke.

lot₁quantity. nui, nui ʻino, nui loa; kūpaʻi (heap); mahele (portion). see hewa₄.

lot₂land. , pā hale, ʻāpana.

lot₃chance. hailona, hōʻailona, kelelo. to draw lots, hailona, hōʻailona, puʻu. to divide by lot, , hailona.

lotionlāʻau wai hamo. skin lotion, lāʻau hoʻopalupalu ʻili.

lotssee lot.

lotterylūlū, lūlū me ke ʻano piliwaiwai, lokeli, leʻaleʻa ulia.

lotterypili helu laki.

lotuskalo pākē, līkao.

loud, wawā, nāwā, āwā, ʻuwā, hana kuli. loud noise, halulu. loud-voiced, leo nui, ʻikuwā.

loud-speakerhoʻonui leo.

LouisianaLuikiana, Luisiana.

Louisianaalso Louisianan, Louisianian. Luikiana, Luisiana.

LouisvilleLuikiwila, Luisivila.

lounge₁see couch.

lounge₂parlor. lumi hoʻoluana.

lounge₃relax. hoʻonanea, hōʻoluʻolu i ke kino, kulohia, hiʻolani.

louseʻuku, ʻuku liʻi; ona; ʻuku poʻo (head); ʻuku kapa (body); ʻuku puaʻa (pig); ʻuku papa (crab); ʻuku pepa (book); ʻeleao, pōnalo (plant). see delouse, lice. louse egg, liha, lia.

lousewortpekikulali.

LouvreLuwele, Luvere.

lovablehoʻālohaloha, hoʻoheno, henoheno, hoʻohenoheno, aloha.

lovealoha, ʻanoʻi, nipo, kaunu, hoʻoipoipo, hoʻoheno, puni, oha, mahamaha. see sayings, ana₂, ʻeha, hākoʻi, hāloa, hilo₁, kilohana, kulaʻilua, lalawe, lomia, mākuma, ʻōlino, wiliwai, wiʻuwiʻu, dedicated, expression, hungry, mist, overwhelm. gods of love: Lono-i-ke-aweawe-aloha, Makani-ke-oe, Laukapalili, Hono-a-lele. deep love, kipona aloha, halehale ke aloha. loved one, mea aloha, aloha. with love, me ke aloha. insincere love-making, kaunu waha. an expression of love for a favorite, paʻipunahele. love song, mele hoʻoipoipo. love magic, hana aloha (see āhole). to cherish secretly, as love, hōkeo. to be in a bond of love, pilialoha. to make love, hoʻoipo, hoʻoipoipo, hōʻaloha, hoʻonipo, hōʻināʻinau, kaunu, kaulu. No man who does not suffer in love (UL 82), ʻaʻohe kanaka ʻeha ʻole i ke aloha. Mist, rain, spray, and coolness may represent love in poetry.

love affairpili hoʻoipoipo. to have a love affair, hana. casual love affair, hana kalakalai, ōmau.

love magichana aloha.

love pangskoni, konikoni lua, ʻeha konikoni lua i ka puʻuwai.

lovebirdmanu aloha.

lovelornmaʻi aloha; ʻeha i ka ʻeha lima ʻole (see lima); olopua (rare).

lovelynohea, onaona.

loveripo, aloha, huapala. also: ipo ahi (ardent), ipo lauaʻe (sweet-natured), hoa kaunu, ʻanoʻi; kūmū (slang), kāne palemo (temporary), ipo māʻukaʻuka (unskilled), hauhole (over-persistent), kāne manuahi (common-law husband), ipo manuahi; manō (fig.). see sweetheart and sayings, haʻu, kāpiʻo₁, lomia, paua. spirit lover, kāne o ka pō (male), wahine o ka pō (female). to sleep with a lover, moe ipo. a lover for the late night, he hoa kaunu no ke aumoe.

lovingaloha, ālohaloha, hoʻālohaloha, naʻau aliʻi, ʻōpū aliʻi, puʻuwai aloha.

lowlalo, haʻa, haʻahaʻa, , pēpē, emi; pāpapa (as a reef). see tide. low and broad, as a door or bowl, pākākā. low-growing, neneʻe. low-lying, neʻineʻi.

low postin basketball. kūliu loko. see high post.

low vowelin linguistics. woela haʻahaʻa. see vowel.

lowerlalo, lalo iho, emi, hoʻohaʻahaʻa; kuʻu (as a net); hoʻēmi, emiemi, hoʻēmiemi (price); hoʻomākū, ʻōkuma, ʻōpukupuku (as clouds).

lower casesmall, as a letter of the alphabet. naʻinaʻi. see letter. to change (a letter of the alphabet) from capital to lower case. hoʻonaʻinaʻi. see capitalize. a line drawn diagonally through a capital letter to indicate that the letter is to be written in lower case, in proofreading. kaha hoʻonaʻinaʻi.

lower divisionas a course at a college or university. heluhaʻa. see upper division. lower division course. papa heluhaʻa.

lowestlowest terms of a fraction, in math. palena haʻahaʻa loa. lowest- terms fraction. hakina palena haʻahaʻa loa.

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

lowlandkai; ipu kai (fig.). of the lowland, o kai. lowland dweller, kō kula kai.

lowlyhaʻahaʻa, lalolalo, kikā.

lownesslalo, haʻahaʻa.

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

lowriseas a building. nuʻuhaʻa. see highrise.

loyalkūpaʻa, hoʻokūpaʻa. steadfast and loyal to one's chief, kīpū lani, kūpaʻa mahope o ke aliʻi.

loyaltykūpaʻa, mālama.

lu

lua    lub    luc    luf    lug    luk    lul    lum    lun    lur    lus    lut    lux    

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luasee fight.

lubricatehoʻopaheʻe, hoʻopaheʻeheʻe, ʻaila, ʻaila hamo.

lubricationlāʻau hoʻopaheʻe, lāʻau hoʻopalupalu, ʻaila, ʻaila hamo.

LucerneLukene, Lusene.

lucifersee match.

luckpōmaikaʻi, laki. see dream and sayings, hīhīwai₁, keʻu, mud hen. bad luck, pōʻino, pohō, pakalaki, moe waʻa (fig.), nāʻole, niuniu, paoa (see also ʻula₁).

luckylaki, pōmaikaʻi, kūlia. see saying, hīhīwai₁. lucky day, lā pōmaikaʻi, lā kūlia.

luckyJapanese lucky welcome cat. manekineko.

luckyhoʻolaki

luckyhoʻolaki

luffhoʻopiʻi i ka makani, kālepalepa.

lugpainuʻu.

luggageukana, ukana pilikino.

lukewarmmāhanahana, mūhea, ʻalaʻalae, ʻanoʻōwelawela.

lullhoʻonā, hoʻomālie.

lullabymele hoʻohiamoe keiki, mele hoʻonānā keiki, mele hoʻoluluhi.

lumbagohuʻi ma ka pūhaka, ʻea kakua.

lumberpapa, papa lāʻau, laupapa. rough lumber, papa huluhulu. planed lumber, papa hole.

lumberpapa. four-by-four lumber. papa . two-by-four lumber. papa lua .

lumberingpepeʻekue (as a puppy's feet).

luminositypineehuwewe

luminousakaaka. see bright.

lumppuʻu, haku, huku, lāʻau, pou; lump, as left by disease of glands in the neck, palaʻe; lump under the skin, puʻu, kaniu; lump on joints or in the groin, puʻu, puʻuhau. see sugar. lumps on neck, ʻāʻī puʻu.

lumpypuʻupuʻu, hakuhaku. also: ʻāpuʻupuʻu, ʻōpuʻupuʻu, ʻanapuʻu, hākuma, hūnunu, ʻuʻuluhaku; hakukele, ʻuluhaku (as of poi); ʻaloʻalo.

lunar calendarkaulana mahina

lunar roverkaʻa holo mahina.

lunatichehena.

lunchʻaina awakea. poi lunch, pāʻina poi.

lunchpā meaʻai

lunchpā meaʻai

lunch pailkini ʻaiō, kini ʻai.

lungakemāmā, akemakani, akepāhola, akepahaola.

lungakemāmā.

lungelele i mua, leleʻino.

lunkheadihu papaʻa.

lure₁attract. ʻUme, hoʻowalewale; maka kiʻi (with the eyes); hoʻōnaona.

lure₂see fishhook.

lurkhoʻopeʻe ma kahi kokoke, moemoe, nihi ka hele.

lusciousʻono.

lushuluwehi, uluwehiwehi, ulu nui, lupalupa, oho lupalupa, lupa, nupa. also: nuʻa, lauoha; kele (moist); nupanupa, hoʻolupalupa, hoʻonupanupa, lanipō, kāpaʻipaʻi, ohaohala.

LusitaniaLukikania.

lustkuko, ʻaʻako,ʻako, wela. see saying, cowry.

lustfulkuko hewa, kuko ʻino, maka leho. see randy.

lustroushinuhinu.

luteluke.

LutheranLukelano, Lukela.

LuxembourgLukemapuka.

luxuriantsee lush.

luxurymea e hoʻohiwahiwa ai ka nohoʻana.

ly

lyc    lye    lym    lyn    lyr    

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lycheealso litchi. laikī.

lyepaʻakai holoi.

lyeʻākililehu.

lymphʻanapuʻu. see lymphoma. lymph gland or node. lōkuʻu ʻanapuʻu.

lymphomamaʻi ʻaʻai ʻanapuʻu.

LynchburgLinepuka, Linebuga.

lynxlineka.

LyraKe-hoʻoea, Keoe (probably).

Lyraa constellation. Kehoʻoea.

lyrelila.

lyriclila.

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