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pacekaʻina wāwae, peki. full pace, keʻehi lōʻihi. pacing horse, lio peki.

pacific₁calm. malino, laʻi, mālie. see calm.

pacific₂ocean. pākīpika, Moana Pākīpika.

PacificWestern Pacific Fishery Management Council. ʻAha Hoʻomalu Lawaiʻa o ka Pākīpika Komohana.

Pacific OceanMoana Pākīpika.

Pacific Yacht ClubHui Heihei Moku Pākīpika.

pacified.

pacifyhōʻolu, hoʻonā, hoʻomaʻalili.

packhoʻokomo (as a trunk); ʻawe, ʻaweʻawe, hāʻawe (carry). also: hoʻonoho, hoʻoukana; hoʻopapa (neatly); hoʻohakē (full).

packto pack, as a suitcase. ʻūlū.

packfor items other than drinks, as gum, baseball cards, or cigarettes. ʻope. see case, six-pack, twelve-pack. four-pack. ʻope . six- pack. ʻope ono.

packpāisi hāʻawe

packpāisi hāʻawe

pack saddlenoho ʻāmana.

packagepūʻolo. also: pūʻā, ʻope, ʻopeʻope, pela; pīʻao (of folded ti leaves); pena, puʻuwai.

packedhoʻokomo ʻia. also: hakē, pihaʻū, pihakuʻi, ʻūpili, pūʻukiʻuki, piha pūkuʻikuʻi, piha pū, pūʻikaʻika; packed, as in a crowd, pōlumilumi, kūpilikiʻi. rare: lēʻī, neki, nokeʻa, kuenenuʻu.

packet₁small package. pūʻolo.

packet₂a ship. pākeke, moku lawe leka.

padpale poʻohiwi (shoulder).

padbrake pad. pale peleki. see launch pad.

paddedpulu; hoʻonui ʻōlelo (as of speech).

paddlehoe. see māmala-hoe and sayings, hoe, swim, tongue. paddle types: hoe uli (steering; fig., tongue); hoe nanue, hoe nenue, hoe kala. paddle parts: laulau, lauhoe, pālaulau (blade); hua (bulge in blade); ʻau, kūʻau (shaft); ʻupe, io (rib); alelo, koho, ʻoupē (tip); puʻukole (upper part of blade). to paddle, hoe, pāhoe; lauhoe (of several); akahoe (carefully); puna, kiele (rare). to have a canoe paddled, hoʻohoe. paddle back and forth, hoehoe.

paddlerhoe waʻa.

paddlinghoena.

paddyloʻi, pāki.

padlocklaka.

PaducahPakuka.

paganpekana.

pageʻaoʻao. page reference, kuhikuhi i ka ʻaoʻao.

pageʻaoʻao. abb. ʻao. cover page, as in a computer document. ʻaoʻao hoʻākāka. page break. hoʻokaʻawale ʻaoʻao. page guide. kuhi lihi. page setup. hoʻokuene ʻaoʻao.

pageantkapalō, hōʻikeʻike, hana keaka.

pagerkeleʻō

pagoda flowerlauʻawa.

paidkaʻa. paid entirely, kaʻaʻokoʻa. My debt is paid, ua kaʻa kuʻu ʻaiʻē.

pailpela, kini, kini pela, pākeke; kini kākai (with a handle). to hold and carry, as a pail, kālawe.

pailpākeke liʻiliʻi. lunch pail. kini ʻaiō, kini ʻai.

painʻeha; huʻi (tooth, bones); nalulu (dull, in stomach, head); ʻūmiʻi (side). also: nahu (stomach); ʻōpū-haʻo, hoʻīlewa (hungerpainrare); holopani (cutting off of breath); hoʻonākū, ikiiki, lou, walania, hoʻowalania, walawalania, walenia, welenia, wawalania, nao, luhi, manawahua kai koʻo; ʻō, ʻoʻe (sharp, darting). see kipona. great pain or many small pains, ʻehaʻeha. to inflict pain, hōʻeha. to shrink away in pain, mūʻeʻeke.

painfulʻehaʻeha, huʻi. see pain.

painkillerpenikila.

paintpena. house paint, pena hale. to paint, pena, kāpala; pālani (lightly); puhiʻōniʻo (spotted); paint thinner, ʻaila hoʻowali pena. to paint pictures, pena kiʻi, kaha kiʻi, kākau kaha.

paintalso the area within the key below the free throw line on a basketball court. pena. see spray paint. paint brush. hulu pena. paint roller. lola pena. to paint with a roller. pena lola. tempera paint. pena pelaha. water-base paint. pena kuapapa wai.

paintbrushhulu pena.

painterkaha kiʻi (artist); mea pena (as of houses). house painter, pena hale.

paintingkiʻi pena.

pairpaʻa, kaulua. to pair, kaulua. pairing off, kūlua. two pairs, as in poker, kūpē, kūpea. pair of shoes, paʻa kāmaʻa.

pairnumber pair, in math. paʻa helu. see action-reaction pair. ordered pair. paʻa helu kuhikuhina. to pair off. hoʻokūlua.

pajamaslole moe pō.

pajamasnightgown. lole moe .

Pakistanalso Pakistani. Pakitana.

palsee friend.

palaʻaipumpkin. see squash.

palacehale aliʻi. see castle.

palanquinmānele, hale ʻauamo, ʻauamo.

palateluna o ka waha; kīleo (soft).

palatein linguistics. palaku. hard palate. palaku iwi. soft palate. palaku kīleo.

palehākea. also: haikea, haʻakea, nanakea, lanakea, nananakea, ʻōlohe, kuakea, puakea, laukea, mamae, onena, ʻīkoko, pākea. see yellow.

Paleolithicin anthropology. haku pahi. Paleolithic age, period. ke au haku pahi.

paleontologyhulimōʻalihaku. paleontologist. kanaka hulimōʻalihaku, mea hulimōʻalihaku.

PalermoPalemo.

PalestinePalekekine, Palesetine.

paletteas in a computer program. papa pena.

palette (artistʻs)huila pena

palette (artistʻs)huila pena

palette (artist's)huila pena

palisee cliff.

palindromehuaaka.

pallorhailepo. see pale.

palm₁tree. pāma, pālama; niu (coconut). see fan palm.

palm₂surface of hand. poho, poho lima. center of palm, poli lima. solid palm of hand, poho kano (fig., stingy).

palmto carry or palm (the ball), in basketball. poholuna.

Palm SundayKominika o nā Lālā Lāʻau.

palmer wormʻūhini-hulu-ʻole.

palmistrykilo nānā lima, kilokilo nānā lima.

PalmyraPalamila, Palamira; Palamola, Palamora.

Palmyra IslandHonuaiākea.

palpitatekonikoni. also: ʻapi, hākuʻi, hoʻolele, nape, kapalili.

palsymaʻi lōlō.

pamperhoʻokamalani, pai. see saying, welu₁.

pamphletalso brochure, flyer. pepelu.

pan. rare: pani, pana. see saucepan. baking pan, ʻoma. fire pan, pā ahi. frying pan, pā palai. iron pan, pā hao. stew pan, kū pana. tin pan, pā kini. wash pan, pā holoi, pā kini holoi.

panbaking pan. pāʻoma (preceded by ke). frying pan. palai (preceded by ke). sauce pan. ipuhao hana kai. see handle.

panto pan, as with a movie or video camera. paʻi kāhela (preceded by ke)

PanamaPanamā. Panama hat, pāpale waiokila.

Panamaalso Panamanian. Panamā.

panaxlapalapa.

pancakepalaoa palai, palaoa linalina; papa palaoa (rare).

pancakeunleavened pancake. palaoa linalina. pancake turner, spatula. ʻūlau.

pancake digin volleyball. ʻali ʻūlau.

pancreasmālama.

pandapea kina. see teddy bear.

pandanushala (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). see sayings, hala iwi nui, pala lau hala. pandanus tree, pū hala. pandanus trunk, kumu hala. male pandanus tree, hala hīnano, hala hīnalo. female pandanus tree, hala hua. pandanus leaf, lau hala; koʻo, ʻiʻokoʻo, muʻo hala, pūʻawa, pūkani; pililāʻele (young); lāʻele (old); pala lau hala, paʻilauʻula (dry). bundle of forty leaves, . male blossom, bracts, hīnano, polohīnano. pandanus fruit, ʻāhui hala; polopoloua (unripe); polokā (ripe); kāʻao, kāō (very ripe). pandanus fruit stem, polopeʻa. pandanus key, hala; pani (at bottom of cluster); hala ʻiʻo (ripe); hala iwi nui (upper hard portion); pua hala (yellow base). nut in key, hala hua, ʻiʻo hala. pandanus fruit core, ʻīkoi. pandanus root tip, muʻo hala. pandanus aerial root, ule hala, uleule hala. lumps of pandanus trunk, puʻupuʻu hala. width of pandanus plaiting strip, koana. pandanus lei, lei hala (not worn by some because of double meaning; see hala₁,₂). Puna, where sea blasts amid pandanus (PH 2), ʻo Puna kai kuwā i ka hala.

paneʻāpana aniani.

panelpānela. see paneling. control panel, on a computer. papa hoʻoholo. solar panel. ʻūomo ikehu .

panelingpapa pānela. wood paneling. papa pānela lāʻau.

pangʻūmiʻi, ʻeha koni, ʻaʻaki, haʻawina.

panicmakaʻu kūhewa, haunaele, panic-stricken, ʻāʻā. to run in panic, holo ʻāʻā.

panoramawaihona ʻāina, nānaina.

panoramic viewwaiho helahela ʻana.

pansypāneki, poʻokanaka.

panthaha, ahaaha, ehaha, nae, naenae, pauaho, paupauaho, manawaea, ʻāʻili, ʻāʻiliʻili, kaʻahili, uhāuhā, nawe. pant for breath, kaʻapā ka hanu i ka houpo.

pantto pant, as a dog. haha.

pantherpaneka.

pantieslole wāwae (wahine).

pantrylumi waiho pā.

pantslole wāwae.

pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

papapāpā.

papainan enzyme found in papayas and used as a meat tenderizer. papaina.

papayamīkana, hēʻī, milikana, papaia. male papaya, mīkana kāne. female papaya, mīkana wahine.

papaya birdmanu-ʻai-mīkana, manu-ʻai-papaia, ʻaimīkana.

paperpepa (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kānana, kālana (for writing). see newspaper. pile of paper, puʻu pepa.

paperpepa. see entries below and posterboard. butcher paper. pepa lole pipi. carbon paper. pepa ʻōpaʻu. construction paper. pepaānue. corrugated paper. pepa pahu. paper bag. pūʻolo pepa. paper clip. pine pepa. paper tape. leki pepa. paper towel dispenser. ʻūhōloʻa kāwele pepa.

paperlegal-size paper. pepa loio. letter-size paper. pepa leka. tabloid paper. pepa 11" x 17" (pronounced pepa ʻumikūmākahi ʻīniha i ka ʻumikūmāhiku ʻīniha). paper tray or cassette in a computer printer. poho pepa. paper tray slot. ʻāpoʻo poho pepa.

papergraph paper, grid paper. pepa makaʻaha. base-ten grid paper. pepa makaʻaha kumu hoʻohui pāʻumi. isometric dot paper. pepa kiko analike. linear unit paper. pepa anakuhi lālani. litmus paper, for measuring ph. pepa ana ʻakika. see chromatography.

paper boykeiki lawe nūpepa.

paper clipʻūmiʻi pepa.

paper hatpāpale pepa

paper hatpāpale pepa

paper knifepahi ʻoki pepa.

paper nautilusʻau-waʻa-lā-lua, moamoa.

paper shellforaminiferans. unahione.

paperweighthekau pepa.

papier mâchépepa paluhē.

papistpope.

Papua New Guineaalso Papua New Guinean. Pāpua Nūkini.

papyruskaluhā, papulo, kome (RSV).

papyruskaluhā.

par valuewaiwai inoa, waiwai kaulike.

parablenane, ʻōlelo nane. to illustrate with parable, hoʻopilipili ʻōlelo.

parabolaalso parabolic. palapola. see directrix. parabolic curve. uma palapola.

Paracel IslandsPae Moku Parasela

parachutehaʻupoho.

paradehuakaʻi, kaʻi huakaʻi; paikau (as of military) hoʻokahakaha. also: kōheo, hoʻohaha. parade rest (military command), hōʻoluʻolu.

paradisepalekaiko, ʻiu lani. see Pali-uli.

paradisebird of paradise, the bird. manu palekaiko. the flower. pua manu.

paraffinuepa ihoiho.

paragraphpaukū, palekalapa. symbol of paragraph, poʻo hou.

paragraphpaukū. see phrase. paragraph symbol (¶). poʻo hou (preceded by ke). a line written from the end of one paragraph to the beginning of the next paragraph to indicate that the two paragraphs should be combined, in proofreading. kaha hopu. to paragraph, as in written compositions. paukūkū.

ParaguayPalakuae, Paraguae.

Paraguayalso Paraguayan. Palakuae, Paraguae.

parakeetpālokeʻiʻi.

parallelkaulike, moe like, ʻiliwai like. parallel line, kaha kaulike.

parallelpilipā. see entries below and balance beam. parallel lines. kaha pilipā. parallel bars. lāʻau kaulua. even parallel bars. lāʻau kaulua kaulike. uneven parallel bars. lāʻau kaulua kaulike ʻole.

parallelan imaginary circle on the earth's surface parallel to the equator and designated in degrees of latitude. laina lakikū, laina latitū.

parallelas of a computer port. ala pilipā. parallel port. awa ala pilipā.

parallelepipedpaʻaʻili kaulike hiō (oblique); paʻaʻili kūpono (cube or rectangular).

parallelogramhuinahā hiō lōʻīhi.

parallelogramhuinahā pilipā.

paralysislōlō, maʻi lōlō; hepa (partial paralysis of vocal chords). paralysis of tongue, alelo puʻu.

paraphimosishākoʻi.

paraphraseto paraphrase orally. haʻi hou ma kekahi ʻano. in writing. kākau hou ma kekahi ʻano.

parasite₁plant. lāʻau kumu ʻole.

parasite₂person. kū ʻīpuka hale (see ʻīpuka), kūkake, lelewa, hoʻopili wale, hoʻopilimeaʻai, pilimeaʻai, ōkea pili mai. see kaunaʻoa, vagabond, and sayings, limpet.

parasitealso to live as a parasite. omoola. see host.

parasitic wormgeneral term. koʻe omoola. see heartworm, nematode, roundworm, tapeworm, etc.

parasolmāmalu, loulu, noulu.

parcelpūʻolo

parchedmaloʻo loa. also: anoa, ʻānia, kūʻānoʻa, pāpaʻa, pāpaʻalā, pīkaʻo, hākonakona, hākona, ʻōlino, ʻāpaʻapaʻa, ʻaʻaka, , pākīʻai, kuapaʻa.

parchmentʻili palapala.

pardonkala, huikala, kalakala; palapala huikala (document); paleʻōpua (rare). Pardon me, kala mai iaʻu.

parekoli, pehē. to pare nails, koli mikiʻao.

parentmakua, makua mea keiki; lūauʻi makua. (true, contrasting with foster). see stepparent. foster parent, makua hānai, kahu hānai (from infancy); makua hoʻokama (of an older child or adult). parents, mākua. precious parents, hulu mākua. to act the part of a parent, hoʻomakua. to address as parent, hoʻomakua.

parent rockrocks in upper surface of the earth which break down to form rocks, sand, dirt, etc. pōhaku makua.

parentheseskahaapo, apowaena.

parenthesiskahaapo. see bracket. open parenthesis. kahaapo wehe. close parenthesis. kahaapo pani.

parenthoodplanned parenthood; also family planning, population control. kaupalena hānau. see pro-choice, pro-life.

parent-in-lawmakuahūnōai.

pariahkauā. see outcast.

parietal boneiwi ʻōpeʻapeʻa.

ParisianPalika, Parisa.

parishkīhāpai.

park₁recreation area. pāka. Ka-piʻo-lani Park, Ka-piʻo-lani Pāka.

park₂to station. hoʻokū, kūkulu. to park a car, hoʻokū i ke kaʻa. parked, . parking lot, wahi kūkulu kaʻa.

parkamusement park. pāka kāniwala. Department of Parks and Recreation. ʻOihana o Pāka a me Hana Hoʻonanea. National Park. Pāka Aupuni. National Park Service. ʻOihana Pāka Aupuni. Glacier National Park. Pāka Aupuni ʻo Hauneneʻe. Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Pāka Aupuni ʻo Kīlauea. Yosemite National Park. Pāka Aupuni ʻo ʻIosemite. state park. pāka mokuʻāina. park keeper. kahu pāka.

parking lotwahi hoʻokū kaʻa

parking lotwahi hoʻokū kaʻa

parking metermīka kāki. metered parking or any parking for which there is a charge. kāki.

parlorlumi hoʻokipa, pala.

ParmesanPamesana. Parmesan cheese. waiūpaʻa Pamesana.

ParnassusPanakuka.

parolepalola.

parrotmanu aloha.

parrotpāloke, manu pāloke.

parrot fishuhu (for various kinds, growth stages, and fig. meanings, see uhu). also: lauia, pāuhuuhu, ʻōhiʻuhiʻu. see slippery. young parrot fish, ʻōhua palemo (fig., mischief-maker).

parrotbillMaui parrotbill, Pseudonestor xanthophrys. kīkēkoa.

parrypale, kaupale, hoʻokāpae, kokope.

parsleypakalī.

parsnippakanika.

parsonkahuna pule.

partmahele, mokuna, hapa, ʻāpana. part-white, hapa haole. part-Hawaiian, hapa Hawaiʻi. take the part of Frank, hoʻolilo ʻoe iāʻoe iho ʻo Palani.

partalso division, piece, portion, department, category, land division; to divide, apportion. māhele. fractional part. māhele hapa. one-half part. māhele hapalua.

part of speechʻano hua ʻōlelo. No generally used Hawaiian term for parts of speech. Andrews 1854 introduced terms as for ablative, accusative, agentive, dative, genetive, possessive, and various pronouns, but they seem to have been rarely if ever used.

partakerhoa loaʻa.

partialkaulike ʻole, pāʻewaʻewa, hoʻowae, hoʻokēāmaka, lawe kapakahi; puni (fond of); hapa (portion).

participlehōʻailona o ka wā ʻānō (present); hōʻailona o ka wā i hala (past).

particlehuna, māhune, pula, lihi; hunahuna ʻōlelo (unit of speech). particles, hunahuna, huhuna, koʻana.

particleas in an atom. huna. see proton, electron, neutron. alpha particle, a positively charged particle made up of two protons and two neutrons. huna ʻālepa. beta particle, a negatively charged electron moving at high speed. huna beta. visible airborne particles, as from a spray can. ehu kīkina. see substance.

particlehune₃

particlehune₃

particular₁special. . that special occasion, kēlā hanana nō.

particular₂exacting. ʻAno waewae, hoʻowae, ʻekeʻeke, ʻeʻeke, kamalani.

partitionpale, hoʻopale, kau pale, pākū, papa pale.

partitioningpalena.

partitioningdisk partitioning, in a computer hard drive. māhele .

partnerhoa, hoa hana, kōkoʻo, pakanā.

partnershiphui; kōkoʻolua (of two); kōkoʻokolu (of three); kōkoʻohā (of four).

partridgemanu ʻaihue.

partridgemanu pukekē

party₁group. ʻAha (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); pūʻulu, ʻaoʻao (political). Liberal party, ʻaoʻao lipelala.

party₂festivity. hoʻolauleʻa (large); pāʻina (dinner or supper), ʻaha inu (drinking). see dinner.

party₃person. kanaka, mea, poʻe.

partymajority party, in politics. ʻaoʻao hapa nui. minority party. ʻaoʻao hapa ʻuʻuku. political party. ʻaoʻao kālaiʻ āina. two-party system of government. aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua.

party favoralelomoʻo.

party hatpāpale pepa

party hatpāpale pepa

pass₁movement. māʻalo, kāʻalo, ʻaui, kaha, hala (pass by); holo, hala, kūnewa, au, uhaiāholo (as time); māʻaloʻalo, hoʻokāʻalo, paiku (to and fro); hoʻoholo, kau, ʻāpono (as a bill); pass away, hala, nalo, nalohia, haʻalele i ke ola, (death); come to pass, , kau, hoʻokau. also: pāhiki, mao, kaʻa, kaʻa hope, āmio, kīhēhē, malewa, niau, hōlaʻo, pūlō. passed, holo, ʻāpono ʻia (as a bill); loaʻa, ka helu holo mua (as an examination). Please pass the salt, ʻoluʻolu e hāʻawi mai i ka paʻakai.

pass₂permission. palapala hoʻokuʻu. entrance pass, palapala komo. free pass, palapala komo wale.

pass₃see gap, passage.

passin mountains. nuku. see entry below and passageway, trail.

passto pass, in basketball. kīloi. back-door pass. kīloi palemo. behind-the-back pass. kīloi kua. blind pass, no-look pass. kīloi hoʻopalai. bounce pass. kīloi papahele. chest pass. kīloi umauma. hook pass. kīloi ʻaoʻao. inbound pass. kīloi ulele. lead pass. kīloi ulele kikī, kīloi kaha. lob pass. kīloi piʻo. tip pass. kīloi papaʻi. touch pass. hoʻopāhiʻa. see baseball pass. first pass, in volleyball; also to receive a serve. kiʻi. pass through the block. hala ka pālulu.

pass outsee deal.

passageawa (as through a reef).

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

passagewaynarrow passageway, as in a canyon. hānuku.

passengerʻōhua. cabin passenger, ʻōhua kāpena. deck passenger, ʻōhua ʻoneki. ship passenger, eʻe moku, holomoku. passenger conveyance, kaʻa hali ʻōhua.

passer-bymea kāʻalo, mea māʻalo, malewa.

passionkonikoni, koni, kaunu; hekili (fig). The Passion of Christ, ʻEhaʻeha o ka Haku. burst of passion, kīkīao. culmination of sexual passion, leʻa, huahuaʻi. passion calmed with her (UL 166), laʻi ai ke kaunu me ia lā.

passion fruitlilikoʻi, lemi wai, lemona, pohāpohā, huehue haole.

passion fruit butterwaiūpaka lilikoʻi

passion fruit butterwaiūpaka lilikoʻi

passion playhōʻikeʻike i nā ʻehaʻeha o ka Haku.

Passion SundayKominika o ka ʻEha.

passionatekoʻikoʻi, ʻino. passionate anger, huhū ʻino, hae manawa ʻino. see ex., ʻīloli.

passiveʻiae

passiveʻiae

passive voiceleo pili ʻia mai. see verb.

passivizationhōʻiaeʻana

passivizationhōʻiaeʻana

passoverpakoa, mōliaola.

passportpalapala hoʻāpono, palapala kuhikuhi kino, palapala ʻae e holo.

passportpalapala holo ʻāina ʻē.

pasthala, kaʻa; wāʻaeʻoia, lāʻaeʻoia (past days of youth, beauty, prosperity). past time, wā i hala, wā mamua. to recall the past, hoʻomanaʻo i nā wā i hala, huliau, ʻālaʻapapa.

past timehoʻohala manawa, hana hoʻohala manawa. favorite pastime, hana punahele. pleasant pastime, hana hoʻonanea.

pastanulu ʻīkālia. see noodle.

pastehoʻopipili, mea hoʻopipili; palaholo (made of sap from ʻamaʻu fern fronds).

pastetuko keʻokeʻo. see glue, rubber cement.

pastehoʻopipili

pastehoʻopipili

pastorkahuna pule, kahu; kahu ʻekalekia, ekalesia.

pastrymea ʻono.

pasturekula, pā holoholona, kula holoholona.

pastypipili, kuhua.

pathamohamo (as a dog); paʻipaʻi mālie.

patch₁mending. poho, pāhono, pāhonohono, hono; pewa, kiki, kihi, pīnaʻi (as in wood, see huini).

patch₂garden. mahi, māla. also: kūlana kūnana, kīhāpai, ulu kanu; ʻeʻa, palakei (rare). taro patch, loʻi kalo. arable patch surrounded by lava, kīpuka, kīpohopoho.

patchedpohopoho.

patchwork quiltsee quilt. patchwork cover or spread, uhiʻāpana.

patellakuapoʻi.

patentkila, palapala kila, palapala hoʻokuleana.

patentsila₁

patentsila₁

patent leatherʻili hinuhinu, ʻili pahinu.

paternalmakua kāne, ma ka ʻaoʻao o ka makua kāne.

pathala, alahula. see trail.

pathetickū i ke aloha, menemene, walohia.

pathogena disease-producing agent. mūhune ʻino. see antibiotic.

pathoswalohia.

patienceahonui, ʻōpū ahonui, hoʻomanawanui. to try one's patience, hoʻomanawanui, none.

patient₁forbearance. ahonui, ʻōpū ahonui, hoʻomanawanui, ʻaʻau loa. be patient, e hoʻomanawanui.

patient₂sick person. maʻi, mea maʻi.

patio.

patriarchmakua aliʻi, makualiʻi.

patriotismaloha ʻāina, makeʻe pono aupuni.

patriotismalso nationalism. aloha ʻāina.

patrolkiaʻi kaʻahele, mākaʻi kaʻahele.

patronpakelona. patron saint, pakelona.

patronmea mahalo pānaʻi. see patronage.

patronagea political system in which party leaders do favors for loyal supporters. mahalo pānaʻi. see patron.

patternakulu, , hawewe, paka; kili nahe (pleasant), see pitter patter.

patternana, ana hoʻohālike; pākana, wai; lau (as in quilts). see mat, model, tapa.

patternrepeating series. lauana. number pattern. lauana helu. as a word or sentence pattern in Hawaiian grammar. analula. pattern book, as for teaching grammatical patterns in reading. puke aʻo analula. settlement pattern, in geography. lauana hoʻokahua.

pauperʻilikole, ʻilikone, manu hulu ʻole. cf. poor.

pausehoʻomaha, hoʻomalolo; ʻume (in music). pause a moment. luana iki.

pavehoʻomoe kimeki, kīpapa, hoʻounu.

paveto pave with asphalt. hoʻūnukā. see asphalt.

pavementkīpapa, paepae, kīpaepae, nini, papahola.

pawwāwae, kapuaʻi. to paw, helu (as the earth); pīhole (as a drunk).

pawnbrokermea hōʻaiʻē no ka uku paneʻe.

pawnshophale hōʻaiʻē.

payuku, kaʻa, hoʻokaʻa₂, . see installment, revenge. pay in full, hoʻokaʻa piha. pay on time, uku manawa. pay damages, uku pohō. pay out money, kīkoʻo. refuse to pay losses or forfeit, kāʻihi. pay attention, nānā. pay out, as fishline, hoʻokuʻukuʻu; kāwaʻewaʻe (rare).

payload baythe part of a spacecraft where scientific instruments and passengers are carried. ʻoneki hana.

paymentuku. see installment. cash payment, uku kūʻike. gift payment, uku makana. arrears in a payment, kaʻa hope. partial payment, hoʻokaʻa hapa.

paymentfor services; also to compensate, i.e. to make amends for loss or damage. uku pānaʻi.

pe

pea    peb    pec    ped    pee    peg    pek    pel    pen    peo    pep    per    pes    pet    pew    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

pea, pāpapa.

peapāpapa poepoe.

peacemalu, maluhia, laʻi. also: lulu, laʻikū, lauleʻa, kōnale, kuapapa, kuʻikahi like, luluka, kuakapu, niau, kuʻu; quiet peace, kīpū aheahe. see puʻuhonua and sayings, chief, forecast, moss, poise. to make peace, hoʻomalu, hoʻomaluhia, hoʻokuʻikahi. rest in peace, e hoʻomaha me ka maluhia. peace after passion, laʻi ke kaunu. Calm in Kona's peace (UL 66), malino i ka laʻi o Kona.

peacemakerʻuao, ʻuwao.

peachpiki.

peafowlpīkake.

peakpuʻu ʻoiʻoi, puʻu, wēkiu, ʻoiʻoina, pūʻoʻa, lele hoʻokau; ʻou (high). sharply peaked, as a mountain, niolo.

pealkani, kani ʻaʻina, kuʻina. long-drawn-out peal, kani kō. pealing, kakani.

peanutpineki. peanut oil, ʻaila pineki.

peanutalso groundnut or any edible nut. pīneki, pineki, pīnaki. peanut brittle. pakē pīneki. peanut butter. pīnekipaka.

pearpea.

pearusually Bartlett pear. pea pakeleke. see avocado.

pearlmomi.

Pearl and Hermes ReefHoloikauaua.

pearl oysterpipi. see sayings, iʻa hāmau leo, kuhi₁.

pearl oysterpipi. see oyster.

pearl shell, uhi, kea, kuwala, lehua; kāʻope (rare).

peasantlōpā.

pease-porridge-hotpahipahi (a game).

peatʻelenahu.

pebbleʻiliʻili. also: unu, ʻili, māʻili, māʻiliʻili, kanawao. heap of pebbles, puʻu ʻiliʻili, peʻapeʻa pōhaku. pebble hula, hula ʻiliʻili. rat-pelting pebble, unu pehi ʻiole (insult). trashy pebbles, ʻōpalapala unu (worthless person). birth pebbles, ʻiliʻili hānau.

pebblyʻiliʻili, māʻili.

peccarypekale.

peckkiko, kīkoni, kiki, pao, makiki. to peck repeatedly, kikokiko.

pecka unit of measurement. peka.

pectoralis majora muscle of the upper chest. mākala uma nui.

pectoralis minora muscle of the upper chest. mākala uma iki.

peculiarʻē, ʻēʻē, ʻano ʻē, ʻeʻepa, ʻāpiki.

pedagogythe art of teaching. kiʻina aʻo.

pedalhehi wāwae. to pedal, hehi.

pedalmea hehi wae.

peddlekālepa, kālewa, piele, maʻauʻauwā; mālaulau (rare).

peddlersee peddle.

pedestal.

pedestriankanaka hele wāwae.

pedicabkalaikikala lawe ʻōhua.

pedigreekūʻauhau, moʻo kūʻauhau.

pedometerana hele wāwae.

peekʻāiki, hoʻāiki. see peep, peer.

peel₁skin. ʻIli.

peel₂to remove skin. māihi; koli (pare). also: ihi, hole, ʻaʻaka, ʻōlepe, pehē, naka, unahipiʻi, ʻākaʻa, mahiki, hoʻohiki, lole, puāhilo, ʻaluʻalu, pahelo, hoʻopohole, ohi, hoʻopaiho, pāʻē.

peelto peel, as an orange or taro. ihi. as a banana; to strip. uhole. easy to peel, as small corms of cooke taro. pohole.

peelingto be peeling, as skin from sunburn. ʻākaʻakaʻa.

peep₁look. kiʻei, hālō; hāʻei (rare).

peep₂chirp. ʻio, māʻioʻio, pio. peeping, ʻioʻio, piopio.

peer₁look. kiʻei, hālō, ʻaiki. place from which to peer, hālona.

peer₂associate. hoa.

peer₃noble. aliʻi.

peerto look narrowly or searchingly at something. kiʻei, ʻōwī.

peersjury of peers, as in court trials. kiule hoa kupa.

peevedukiuki, nuha. also: kāʻeko, kaʻeo, hoʻopalakaʻeo.

peevishʻaʻaka, huhū wale, nuha, nuhanuha.

peeweekeʻa lāʻau (game).

peeweewood peewee, a kind of bird. manu pīuīlāʻau.

pegkui lāʻau, huini, pine, pine lāʻau. see wedge.

pegas for tuning stringed instruments. . wooden peg. kui lāʻau.

PekingPekina.

pelargoniumslaniuma.

Pelesee volcano.

Pele's hairLauoho-o-Pele.

Pele's tearsWaimaka-o-Pele.

pelicanpelikana, pelekana.

pelletpōkā. pellet-shaped, ʻanaʻana.

pellmellʻāwīwī naʻaupō, ʻāwīwī ā mōkākī. to run pellmell, holo naʻaupō, holo pupule.

pelt₁skin. ʻIli.

pelt₂to throw, hit. pehi, pehia, nou also: hīkau, kīpehi, kūpehi, kāpehi, nahu, nahunahu, hiu; kaʻalina (as rain); kīpē (as with stones). to pelt repeatedly, hiuhiu.

pelvic boneiwi pūhaka, .

pelviship bone. iwi . see ilium, ischium.

pen₁enclosure. .

pen₂writing instrument. peni, hulu kākau; peni kila (steel); maka kila. pen point, maka peni.

penpeni, peni ʻīnika. fine poini pen. peni makakui. fountain pen. peni pāuma. marsh or felt pen. peni kuni. pen cap. poʻipen peni (preceded by ke).

penpā puaʻa

penpā puaʻa

pen mousepeni ʻiole

pen mousepeni ʻiole

pen nameinoa kapakapa.

penal codekānāwai hoʻopaʻi kalaima.

penal lawskānāwai kalaima, kānāwai hoʻopaʻi kalaima

penaltyhoʻopaʻi, uku hala.

penancemihi hōʻehaʻeha, hoʻopaʻi mihi.

pencilpenikala, peni.

pencilsee eyebrow pencil. colored pencil. penikala kala.

pencil sharpenermea hoʻokala penikala

pencil sharpenermea hoʻokala penikala

pendantʻolo. whale-tooth pendant, niho, palaoa, lei palaoa, ʻōpuʻu, lei ʻōpuʻu. wiliwili wood pendant, lei wiliwili.

pendinge kali ana, manawa kali.

pendulouslewalewa, lewa, uleule, ʻolo.

pendulumuleʻo. see amplitude, bob, swing. period of a pendulum. ʻukē.

penetratekomo, hoʻokomo, hulā. also: ʻakiu, koili; kūliʻu; konāhau (as wind); ʻaʻaki (fig.).

penguinmanu-hele-kū, penekuina.

peninsulaʻanemoku.

penisule. rare: ʻauwiniwini, kalohi, poʻo. see erect, foreskin, genital. head of penis, pōheo, heo, kole kaʻaka, poʻo kole kaʻaka, pokake; hāʻaliʻali (rare). dangling penis, maʻi lewalewa. stripped-back penis, ule hole (insult).

penissee baculum.

penknifepahi pelu

penmanshipkākau lima.

PennsylvaniaPenekelewinia, Peneselevinia.

Pennsylvaniaalso Pennsylvanian Penekelewinia, Peneselevinia.

pennykeneka, kenali, peni; hapahaneli (issued in 1847).

pennyroyala kind of flower. penialiʻi.

pennywortpohe, pohepohe, pohe kula.

pensionuku hoʻomau, haʻawina hoʻomau.

pensionuku hoʻomau. to draw or take a pension. lawe i ka uku hoʻomau.

Pension BoardKeʻena Uku Hoʻomau.

pentagonhuinalima.

pentagonhuinalima.

pentathalonʻālapakonalima. see decathalon, triathalon.

PentecostPenekekoka.

pentominoin math. penatomino.

pentosekōpaʻa alo lima

penuriouskulioʻo, kulipaʻa.

peoplepoʻe, lāhui, lāhui kanaka, maka kanaka, kānaka; lehulehu, nehunehu (multitude); nui manu (poetic). many people, laū kanaka. to people, hoʻoulu lāhui.

PeoriaPeolia.

pepperpepa; nīoi (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). Cayenne pepper, pepakene.

pepper shakerpoho pepa₂

pepper shakerpoho pepa₂

peppergrassʻānaunau.

peppermintpepamina.

pepperonipepaloni.

pepperypika.

per centpakeneka.

per diema daily allowanee for living expenses while traveling in connection with one's work. uku ola , ola .

percaleʻula palani (bright red).

perceiveʻike, ʻapo, kaunānā.

percentalso percentage. pākēneka. see entry below and markup, rate.

Percent Daily Valueformerly known as percentage of US recommended daily allowances (USRDA). pākēneka o ka papaʻai.

percentagepakeneka, hapahaneli.

percentagepākeneki

percentagepākeneki

perceptiveʻike.

perch₁rest. kau, haka, haka kau, peloka. to perch, kau, halakau, halahalakau, ʻōʻū, ʻōkuʻu, kīʻililī. perched, kaumoʻo.

perch₂surveying. peleka.

percolatepīpī wai (of water); , paila.

percolateto percolate, as water passing through a porous substance. manono.

Peregrine falconpalekona kāluʻu.

perfecthemolele, kīnā ʻole, pono loa. also: pala ʻole, ʻauliʻi, kulukeoe, kaekae, kīkīkoʻele. see saying, aukahi. perfect number, helu poʻokela. to perfect, hoʻomaikaʻi. to seek flaws in order to perfect, paka.

perfectionistʻanoʻekeʻeke,

perforatehoʻopuka.

perforationpuka.

performlawelawe, hana, hoʻokō, hoʻokūpaʻa. to perform well, kākela.

performancelawelawe ʻana, hoʻokō ʻana, holona, hana ʻana.

performance-based learningalso kinesthetic-based learning. aʻo kahua lawena. see Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

performing artpāhiahia.

perfumelūkini, wai lūkini, wai ʻala, wai hōʻaʻala, ʻaʻala, mea ʻala, onaona, puīa, moani, moaniani, manoʻi. perfume container, ipu ʻala. perfumed, , ʻala. to perfume, hōʻala, hoʻopē, hoʻopuīa. to issue perfume, . perfume plants, as used to scent tapa; ihuanu, mokihana, maile, ʻiliahi, ʻawapuhi, kolū, kamani, lauaʻe, kūpaoa. Puna is overwhelmed with fragrance, niniu Puna pō i ke ʻala (see ). (Puna is famous for fragrant pandanus.)

perhapspaha, pēlā paha, malia, malia paha, ā ... paha, maliʻa, inā paha, mea paha. rare: ʻanoʻai, mākiʻa, malama, ʻāpaha. perhaps not, ʻaʻole paha. - perhaps so, pēlā paha.

perilmake, pōʻino, makaʻu.

perimeteranapuni.

perimeterin math. anapuni. abb. anp.

period₁punctuation. kiko kahi, kiko hoʻomaha.

period₂time. , manawa, au.

periodin punctuation. kiko pau. each set of three numerals, in math. poke. of a pendulum. ʻukē.

periodalso age, epoch, era, as in athropology. au. see Eolithic, Paleolithic, Mesolithic, Neolithic, Aeneolithic.

periodicalpuke pai

periodicalpuke pai

periodical sectionmāhele puke heluhelu

periodical sectionmāhele puke heluhelu

periosteumthe tough membrane adhering tightly to a bone. niniki wahī iwi.

peripheralsor accessories, as for a computer. lakolako.

peripherypelihele.

PeriplanetaPeriplaneta americana, American cockroach. ʻelelū kīkēkē. Periplaneta australasiae, Australian cockroach. ʻelelū nūhōlani.

perishedmake, pau i ka make, .

peritoneumnikiniki.

periwinkle₁marine snail. ʻākōlea (kōlealea, pipipi ʻākōlea, pipipi kōlea, pipipi kōlea ihiloa, kūkaekōlea, pūpū kōlea). see iʻa₁.

periwinkle₂plant. kīhāpai (Madagascar periwinkle).

perjuryhōʻike wahaheʻe, hoʻohiki wahaheʻe, hōʻike hoʻopunipuni, hoʻopilimeaʻai, pilimeaʻai.

permanentpaʻa, loa, mau, mau loa. also; kūpene, kulekule, hoʻomakua. to stay permanently, noho loa, noho paʻa.

permanent buildinghale paʻa

permanent buildinghale paʻa

permanent residentas an alien residing in one country over an extended period of time. malihini noho loa.

permanent waveʻōwiliwili me ka uila, lauoho ʻōwiliwili ʻia me ka uila.

permeablealso permeability. nono.

permeatepunia. see pervade.

permissionʻae. to use another's property without permission, kāʻihi. to pick flowers without permission, ʻako kū i kā haʻi pua.

permissivehoʻokuʻukuʻu.

permitʻae, hoʻokuʻu. written permit, palapala ʻae.

permutationa selection of objects from a set in a particular order, in math; also to permute. kake kaʻina. see entry below.

permutatorial coefficientin math. haʻi kake kaʻina. see coefficient.

peroxideperokesaside. hydrogen peroxide (H₂O₂). haikokene lua ʻokikene lua.

perpendicularkūpono, , ʻaoʻao kūpono, kū pololei.

perpendicularin math. kūpono. perpendicular bisector. kaha ʻoki hapalua kūpono. perpendicular lines. kaha kūpono.

perpetualmau, mau loa.

perpetuatemau, hoʻomau. see saying, righteousness.

perplexhoʻohihia, hoʻohuikau.

perplexedhihia, nāhili, noni.

perplexityhihia, kāhihi, ʻānoni, ʻānoninoni, ʻanononi.

persecutehoʻomāino, hoʻomāinoino, māino, hōʻino, hoʻomaʻau; hoʻopeʻa (fig.).

Perseusa constellation. Ānui.

perseverehoʻomanawanui, hoʻomau, mau, noke. also: kaunaloa, oia, kāmau, kaukahi, mīkole; kaukolo (in making a request); hoʻokua (in working without interests); maukoli; maʻiha.

PersiaPelekia, Peresia.

Persian GulfKai Kūʻono Peresia

persisthoʻomau, hoʻopaʻa, hoʻokūpaʻa, noke, unonoke, hoʻolāʻau, hoʻohune, hoʻokina, hoʻohuaʻa, kakano, kāʻiʻī, kinai.

personkanaka, mea, kama. also: maka, kino; kaʻaka (slang); pelekona. fig.: manu, ulua. distinguished person, mea hanohano, ao loa. beloved person, mea nui, lei hulu, lei ʻāʻī, hulu ʻaina ʻole, pua laha ʻole. first person, kino mua, kino kahi. second person, kino lua. third person, kino kolu. the person who, ka i, ke. this person, ia nei. divine or godly person, mea akua. unusual person, one of another race, mea ʻē. person one thinks of constantly, pulakaumaka. mature person, kanaka makua.

personalpilikino, kino, ponoʻī. personal talk, ʻōlelo pilikino. personal friend, hoa pili. personal things, nā mea pilikino.

personal foulin team sports such as basketball. kuʻia pilikino. see foul.

personal nameiʻoa kuhane

personal namekuhane

personal nameiʻoa kuhane

personal pronounpaniinoa pilikino.

personalitykūlana o ke kanaka.

personallyiho, ponoʻī.

personnelpoʻe hana.

personspoʻe, kānaka, poʻe kānaka

person-to-person callalso to make such a call. kelepona inoa. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

perspectivekuanaʻike.

perspectivehoʻokuanaʻike

perspectivehoʻokuanaʻike

perspirationhou. unpleasant odor of perspiration, hohono. perspiration poured, kikī ka hou.

perspirehou.

persuadekoi; mali (gently); ʻonou.

persuadeto induce change of opinion. hoʻohuli manaʻo. see persuasive speech.

persuasive speechhaʻiʻōlelo hoʻohuli manaʻo. see speech.

pertainpili.

perturbationkaʻa ka lolo, hikilele, pilikia.

perturbedʻulukū, piʻoloke, pīhoihoi, hopohopo, kaumaha.

PeruPelū.

Perualso Peruvian. Pelū, Perū.

pervadepuni, hoʻopiha.

perversehōʻokoʻa i ka hana. also: kewe, kīkeʻe, kāpae, naʻinaʻi, pauʻali.

perverthōʻokoʻa i ka hana. also: hoʻokekeʻe, kāpae, hoʻokāhuli; kanaka ʻē (noun). see homosexual.

pessimistkūlana hoihoi ʻole.

pest₁nuisance. mea hoʻūluhua, mea hoʻopilikia.

pest₂see pestilence.

pestany plant or animal detrimental to humans or their interests. haipilikia. see pesticide.

pesticidelāʻau make haipilikia, lāʻau haipilikia.

pestilencemaʻi ahulau, ahulau, maʻi pālahalaha. ancient pestilences, ikipuahola, hailepo.

pestlemea kuʻi. whale-tooth pestle, palaoa kuʻi. wooden palu pestle, lāʻau kuʻi palu.

pet₁favorite. punahele, milimili; hānai ā huhu (animal). to make a pet, hoʻopunahele; hānai ā huhu (of an animal); paikano (rare). one who has a pet, kahu.

pet₂to caress. hamo, hamohamo. also: mili, milimili, kūwili, hoʻokaʻawili

pethānaiahuhu. pet shop. hale kūʻai hānaiahuhu.

pet bedmoe hānai ā huhu

pet bedmoe hānai ā huhu

pet shophale hānai ā huhu

pet shophale kūʻai holoholona

pet shophale hānai ā huhu

petallihilihi.

petallihi₇

petallihi₇

PetersburgPekelopolo, Peteroboro.

petiteʻūliʻi, ʻōʻukuʻuku, ʻuku liʻi.

petitionpalapala hoʻopiʻi, palapala noi. to petition, noi, hoʻopiʻi, kaukolo.

petitionerka mea noi.

petrelʻuaʻu, ʻuwaʻu, ʻuaʻu kēwai. Bulwer's petrel, ʻou, ʻouʻou. Hawaiian stormy petrel, ʻakēʻakē, lupeʻakeke, oeoe. stormy petrel, ʻakihi keʻehi ʻale. call to attract petrels, believed in imitation of their cry, kue.

petri dish piki (preceded by ke).

petrifyhoʻopōhaku.

petroglyphkiʻi pōhaku, kiʻi.

petrolatumVaseline. kele hoʻopaheʻe.

petroleumʻaila , ʻaila .

petticoatpalekoki.

petting zookahua hamohamo holoholona.

pettyliʻiliʻi loa. petty officer, aliʻi palapala hoʻokohu ʻole.

petty cashkālā kini.

petulantukiuki, kaki.

petuniapekunia.

petuniapekunia.

pewnoho.

pewterpiula, kēpau

ph

pha    phe    phi    phl    pho    phr    phy    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

phalanxpūʻulu kaua.

phalanxone of the bones of the fingers. iwi manamana lima. one of the bones of the toes. iwi manamana wāwae.

phantomlapu, kāhoaka, mākūkoaʻe.

PharaohParao.

PharaohPalaʻo. see kingdom.

pharmacistkāwili lāʻau, hoʻohuihui lāʻau.

pharmacyhale kāwili lāʻau, hale kūʻai lāʻau.

pharmacyhale lāʻau lapaʻau

pharmacyhale lāʻau lapaʻau

pharynxin anatomy. haka moni. laryngopharynx, i.e. the lower part of the pharynx adjacent to the larynx. haka moni o lalo. nasopharynx, i.e. the portion of the pharynx behind the nasal cavity and above the soft palate. haka moni o luna. oropharynx, i.e. the lower part of the pharynx contiguous to the mouth. haka moni o waena.

phaseʻepaki. phase of the moon (western concept). ʻepaki mahina.

pheasantkolohala.

Philippine Seake Kai Pilipino.

PhilippinesʻĀina Pilipino.

PhilippinesʻĀina Pilipino, ʻĀina Pinopino. see Filipino.

philodendronʻaʻapehihi lau liʻi. see pothos.

philosopherakeakamai, kanaka ʻimi naʻauao.

philosophyakeakamai, ʻimi naʻauao. moral philosophy, huli kanaka. philosophy of life, manaʻo nui i ke ʻano o ka noho ʻana. to take life philosophically, kaiewa (cf. easygoing).

philosophykālaimanaʻo.

phlegmmale, naʻo.

phloemkikiʻuʻai. see xylem.

Phobosa moon of Mars. Popoka.

Phoebethe most distant moon of Saturn. Poepe.

PhoeniciaPoinikia.

PhoenixFīnika

phonein linguistics. puanaleo. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

phonemein linguistics. hualeo.

phonicsʻapo kani kākau.

phonographpahu ʻōlelo, ponokalapa; ipu uila ʻōlelo, pahu uila (names used for an early phonograph said to have recorded Ka-lā-kaua's voice as he lay dying in 1891 in San Francisco). phonograph record, , pā hoʻokani.

phonologyin linguistics. kālaileo.

phosphateposapahate.

phosphorescenceweli, kai kū weli, makaihuwaʻa, pokepola.

phosphorescentalso fluorescent. hāweo.

phosphoruspokepola.

phosphorusposoporusa.

photocopy machinemīkini hana kope

photocopy machinemīkini hana kope

photographkiʻi. to photograph, paʻi kiʻi.

photographkiʻi paʻi. negative of a photograph. akakiʻi. to take, shoot, or snap a picture, either still or motion. paʻi kiʻi. photographer. mea paʻi kiʻi.

photographerpaʻi kiʻi.

photolysiskāʻamawāhiwai. see photosynthesis.

photosynthesiskāʻamaʻai.

phrasemāmalaʻōlelo. phrases, ʻōlelokīkēkē.

phrasein grammar. lālā. see paragraph. in literary or general use. māmalaʻōlelo. to phrase, as in speaking or reading orally. puana māmala. as in written compositions. kūkulu māmala.

phraseʻōlelo pōkole

phraseʻīkoi₄

phrasepoke₂

phrasepoke kiʻa

phrasepoke painu

phraseʻōlelo pōkole

PhrygiaPelukia, Perugia.

phylacteryʻāpana kānāwai.

physaliaPortuguese man-of-war. paʻi, paʻimalau. see blue-button, by-the-wind sailor.

physiclāʻau hoʻonahā. see emetic.

physic nutkukuʻihi.

physicalkino, pilikino.

physicalas a scientific term relating to physical matter. paku. physical properties. ʻanopili paku. physical science. kālaiaopaku

physical educationmākau kino.

physical therapyto provide physical therapy. pākōlea, physical therapist. mea pākōlea, kanaka pākōlea.

physiciankauka, kauka lapaʻau, kahuna lapaʻau.

physiciancoordinated physician referral system. ʻōnaehana kauka no ka lapaʻau like ʻana.

physicskālaikūlohea.

physiologyʻike naʻauao i mea kino ola.

physiquekino, kanaka, ʻōiwi. fine physique, kino maikaʻi, mōhā, mōhāhā. large muscular physique, pūkonakona.

pi

pia    pic    pid    pie    pig    pil    pim    pin    piñ    pin    pio    pip    pir    pis    pit    piv    piz    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

piπ, in math. pai.

pianopiano.

piccolopikolō.

pickʻohi, ʻako (gather); wae, koho (select); pick up, hao, lapulapu; lālau (as a fallen object); akahao (carefully); kiko, pikawai (as chickens); pick at, as food, niole, ʻoninini; pick out, ʻōhiki. pick breadfruit with a pole, lou ʻulu.

pickdentistʻs probe. ʻōhiki kauka niho. to pick, as an ʻukulele or guitar. hiku, panapana.

pick and rollin basketball; to make such a play. ʻākeʻa ʻūniu.

pickaxekipikua.

pickaxekipikua lima

pickaxekipikua lima

picket₁stake. pine. picket fence, pā pine.

picket₂guard. kiaʻi.

picklepīkala.

pickleweedʻākulikuli kai.

picnicpikiniki.

picnic tablepākaukau pikiniki

picnic tablepākaukau pikiniki

pico-a prefix meaning one trillionth (p). hapa kiliona. abb. hkl. see deci-, centi-, milli-, micro-, nano-.

pictogramalso pictograph, as in a computer program. pakuhi kiʻi.

pictographalso pictogram, as in a computer program. pakuhi kiʻi.

picturekiʻi, kiʻi hoʻākaaka. his picture, kona kiʻi (of him); kāna kiʻi (by him). to draw or paint a picture, kaha kiʻi. to paint a picture, pena kiʻi. to take pictures, paʻi kiʻi. picture frame, lāʻau. picture projector, mea hoʻolele kiʻi.

picture framemōlina kiʻi.

picture framehaka lāʻau₂

picture framehaka lāʻau₂

piculpika, pekula.

pidgin Englishʻōlelo paʻi ʻai, namu paʻi ʻai, namu paʻi kalo.

piepai. apple pie, pai ʻāpala. coconut pie, pai niu. custard, egg, or fruit pie, pai hua. pumpkin pie, pai pū, pai palaʻai. hot mince pie, pai wela me nā mea ʻai ʻokiʻoki ʻia.

piepot pie. kinipai.

pie chartas for showing statistics. pakuhi pai.

pieceʻāpana, paukū, māmala, mahele, poke. see pieces. a short piece, ʻāpoke. broken piece, hakina. piece labor or work, ukupau. thirty pieces of silver (Mat. 26.15) , nā wahi moni he kanakolu.

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

piecemealliʻiliʻi. to give piecemeal, hāʻawi pākalikali.

piecesoka, okaoka (as broken glass); ʻāpaʻapana (larger); momoku (severed objects); mahele, iwi.

pieruwapo, uapo.

pier blockin construction. palaka kimeki. see termite block.

pierceʻō, hou, pahu. also: ʻōʻō, hulā, kīkoni. pierced by the needle, kū i ke kui. pierced, pōaleale, aleale.

piercingpahuna, ʻō, ʻou.

PierrePiele

pietyhaipule.

pigpuaʻa. see bracelet, eat, lecherous. small pig, puaʻa māiki. old tough pig, puaʻa ʻāʻaua. young female pig, puaʻa ohi. greasy pig, puaʻa hinu. hairless pig, puaʻa hulu ʻole. bloodstained pig, puaʻa heʻa. pig offered as sacrifice, puaʻa kau, puaʻa ūkō. wooden image of pig, poʻopuaʻa. pig tusk, niho puaʻa, kuʻi puaʻa. striped pig, puaʻa olomea. spotted pig, puaʻa pūkoʻa. pig with spot on one shoulder, kīkepa, hahei. solidblack pig, puaʻa hiwa. all black pig with white hoofs and white tips of tail, ears, and nose, hiwa kea. pig, reddish-colored about the hams, huluʻiwi. cartilage of a pig's nose, peu. roast pig reserved for priests, hainaki. pig demigod, Kama-puaʻa (noted for lechery). a descendant of Pig-man, he mamo na Kama-puaʻa (a lascivious male). call to pigs, .

pig penpā puaʻa

pig penpā puaʻa

pigeonnūnū, manu kū. carrier pigeon, manu-nūnū-lawe-leka.

pigeon peapī nūnū, pī Pokoliko.

pigeon-toedʻōnaha.

piggy bankpanakō hale.

pigletpua puaʻa, puaʻa keiki.

pigmentkaukala. pigment grain, in biology. huna kaukala.

pileahu, puʻu, kūāhua. also: āhua, kuapapa, anuʻa, kūpaʻi, ʻiliʻili, paila; huʻa (as of mats, tapa); mahena. to pile up, hoʻāhu, kuapapa, hōʻiliʻili, kūkulu papa, hoʻonoho papa, miho, hoʻopuʻu. pile of paper, puʻu pepa. garbage pile, puʻu ʻōpala. pile of rocks placed in sea, umu. to pile such rocks, hoʻoumu.

piledhoʻāhua ʻia, hoʻopuʻu ʻia, hoʻopuʻupuʻu ʻia, paila ʻia, puʻu, kūāhua, hoʻokūāhua.

pilesuha hemo (hemorrhoids).

pilferʻaihue, palamimo, palamio, lālama, lawelawe, limalima.

pilfererlima lawelawe.

pilgrimspoʻe lewa.

Pilgrim's ProgressKa Hele Malihini ʻana mai Kēia Ao aku ā Kēlā Ao (see malihini).

pillhuaale.

pillto take a pill. inu i ka huaale, ʻai i ka huaale.

pill bugpokipoki.

pillagesee plunder and saying, Inu-wai.

pillarkūkulu, kūkunu, kia, ʻeho, oeoe, pou. upper part of pillar, luna kia.

pillowuluna, ununa, pela uluna, ʻaki, ʻopeʻope. see saying, paka₃.

pillowuluna. pillow case. pale uluna.

pillowcasepale uluna.

pilotpailaka.

pilot fishnenue, manaloa.

pimentopimeneko.

pimpweʻa, weʻaweʻa; limalima pilau (fig.).

pimplepuʻu, ane. pimples, huehue. pimpled, hāpuʻupuʻu, kukuku, puʻupuʻu, ʻāpuʻupuʻu, ʻuluhaku. no pimples, no crooks, ʻaʻohe puʻu, ʻaʻohe keʻe (of a handsome person).

pinkui, pine, mākia, hākia, kākia, ʻō, pōheoheo, heke. see brooch. common pin, kui pine, kui ʻōmou. safety pin, pine kaiapa. clothespin, pine kaulaʻi. breast pin, pine umauma. stick pin, kui ʻōmou, pine ʻōmou. hog's tooth pin, pine niho puaʻa, pine hoaka. pincushion, pulu kui. to pin on, ʻōmou, ʻōmau.

pinbowling pin. pine maika. safety pin. pine kaiapa.

pin cushionpulu kui.

piñatapiniaka, piniata.

pince-nezmakaaniani ʻūmiʻi.

pinchʻiniki, ʻūmiʻi, ʻiniʻiniki, niki, ʻumiki, pāniki; pikipiki (as in milking); pinch off, ʻōniki, ʻōʻū; pinch between fingers, ʻūpiki, ʻōpiki.

pinch clampʻūmiʻi pani.

pine₁see pine tree.

pine₂lament. luʻuluʻu, kanikau, mae.

pineconifer or any tree which resembles a pine. paina, paina lau kukuna, paina tidara. see cypress, ironwood. cook pine. kumu paina kuke, paina kuke.

pine coneʻōpuʻu paina

pine coneʻōpuʻu paina

pine treelāʻau paina, paina, kikala, keakula.

pineapplehala kahiki, hala ʻai, hala kea, hala ʻula. pineapple cannery, hale hana hala kahiki.

pineapplehala kahiki, painaʻāpala. see polyethylene. pineapple crown. ʻēlau hala kahiki, ʻēlau painaʻāpala.

pinfeathershulu kupu.

ping-pongtable tennis. kenika pākaukau.

ping-pong paddlelāʻau paʻi kinipōpō.

pingueculamomi.

pink₁color. ʻākala, ʻōhelohelo, hāʻulaʻula. pink mist, noe ʻula.

pink₂shrub of the pink family. laulihilihi.

pinkeyemakaʻulaʻula.

pinkishʻākalakala (rare). to turn pinkish, as octopus, mākole, heʻe pulu.

pinnacleniʻo, panepoʻo, ʻou. to reach the pinnacle, kū i ka niʻo.

PinnaclesGardner Pinnacles. Pūhāhonu.

pinnipedany of the suborder of aquatic mammals including the seal and walrus. ʻohana sila.

pintpaina.

pintpaina. abb. pin.

pintail duckkoloa māpu.

pinwheelhuila makani; ahi pōkaʻuwili (firework).

pinwheela toy. pelahū.

pinwormnaio, naio ʻai kae. pinworm daub, pala naio (insult).

pioneerpaionia.

pioushaipule. see sanctimonious.

pipeʻohe, paipu; ipu (smoking). water pipe, hā wai, ʻohe wai. sewer pipe, paipu lawe ʻino. tobacco pipe, ipu paka. chief's pipe lighter, mūkī paka. musical pipes, hōkio, hōkiokio; kāʻekeʻeke, ʻohe kāʻekeʻeke, pahūpahū (bamboo). to pipe on a flute-like instrument, pio, piopio, hoʻopiopio, hōpiopio.

pipeused to hold up clear plastic sheeting over an aquaculture tank. paipu koʻo. see Hawaiian entries under paipu and plumber, tap water.

pipe cementplastic pipe cement. tuko paipu ʻea, tuko paipu. see primer.

pipe fittingkuʻi paipu.

pipe wrenchkala paipu.

Piper methysticumsee kava.

pipettepaipuliʻi. capillary pipette. paipuliʻi ʻumelauoho.

pipingʻuiki, ʻuwiki (dress trimming).

piratepōwā, pōwā moku, pōwā ma ka moana.

piratepōwā moku

pistachiopikekakia.

pistilkukuna.

pistol, pūpanapana.

pistonhao kuʻe, kuʻe, nakuʻe.

pistonkuʻe hao

pistonkuʻe hao

pitlua. also: meki, hālua, pao; poho (as for planting breadfruit trees); kālua (rare). deep pit, lua meki, maka hakahaka. slime pit, lua pikumena. pit in the luakini temple, luapaʻū. Woman of the pit ((PH 25)), wahine o ka lua (Pele).

pitch₁throw. nou, hoʻolei, kiloi, . to pitch in and help, lawelawe lima.

pitch₂motion of a vessel. luli, luliluli kulana. also: aukū, kaiue, hulei, ʻokūʻokū, kīhā, ʻaui.

pitch₃resin. hū lāʻau, kēpau, kēpau hamo.

pitch₄music. , kiʻina o ka leo, kani. high pitch, kiʻina leo kiʻekiʻe. low pitch, leo haʻahaʻa.

pitchkēpau . see entries below and asphalt compound.

pitchto make a pitch, as a sales pitch, or to "sell" an idea. paialou.

pitchin linguistics and music. kiʻeleo. see capo. high pitch. kiʻeleo kiʻekiʻe. low pitch. kiʻeleo haʻahaʻa.

pitcher₁vessel. pika, kīʻaha, kīʻaha ʻoʻoma; pikele (rare). water pitcher, pika wai, kīʻaha ʻoʻoma wai.

pitcher₂thrower. nou, mea nou.

pitchforkʻō.

pitfallluahele.

pithiho, māhao, kōkōwaikī.

pitifulkū i ke aloha, mānaʻonaʻo, lihaliha wale.

pitilessaloha ʻole, aloha menemeneʻole.

pittancepālauʻeka, lauʻeka, māʻilu, māʻiluʻilu, ʻuʻuku ka loaʻa.

pittedʻālualua, hālua, hākuma, kīpoʻopoʻo, ʻāloʻaloʻa, ʻāpoho; ʻāpukapuka (rare).

pitter patterʻowē. see patter.

pituitarykahu lōkuʻu

pityaloha, aloha menemene, mokuāhua, polohina. What a pity! Aloha ʻino!

pivotas a position in basketball; also pivot point. ʻūniu. to pivot. ʻūniu.

pizzapai pika, pika.

pl

pla    ple    pli    plo    plu    ply    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

placatehoʻonā, hoʻomālielie.

place₁locality. wahi, kahi, kaha, kauwahi. also: kūlana, kūnana, kaulu, kaunu. place at sea where canoes stop, kaulana waʻa. evil place, wahi ʻino, kahaʻino. surf-riding place, kūlana nalu, kūlana kai. legendary place, wahi pana. place for urinating, mīana. place of torment, kiʻo ahi. of or belonging to that place, kō laila, o laila. from place to place, mai kahi wahi ā kahi wahi (Kel. 59).

place₂to put. kau (for various uses, see kau); hoʻokau, waiho. also: hoʻokaukau, pākau; pēkau (rare); place under, hoʻopili malalo aʻe, hālalo; place on the side, kau pāʻaoʻao; place one-sided, kīkepa. to place flowers as on graves, kau pua. to place in authority, hoʻomana, hoʻonoho. placed, kau ʻia, kaulei. placed in rows, as soldiers, noho papa.

placeplace value, usually in compound terms. kūana. place value of a number. kūana helu. ones. kūana ʻekahi. tens. kūana ʻumi. hundreds. kūana haneli. decimal place. kūana kekimala.

placementkauna, kaulana.

placentaʻīewe, wewe, ēwe.

plaguemaʻi ahulau. black plague, piwa ʻeleʻele.

plaidpapamū.

plain₁level land. ʻāina pālahalaha, kula, papa, pāpū; paʻakō (dry); unana.

plain₂clear. mōakaaka, moaka, akaaka, maopopo, molale.

plain₃simple. ʻAʻohe i hoʻonani ʻia (unadorned); uʻi ʻole (not beautiful).

plainan expanse of flat land. kula laulaha, ʻāina kula laulaha. see plateau.

plainclear, intelligible. mōakāka.

plaintiffpoʻe (mea) hoʻopiʻi.

plaintiffmea hoʻopiʻi. see entry below and prosecution, prosecutor.

plaintiff attorneyalso prosecutor, prosecuting attorney. loio hoʻopiʻi. see defense attorney, plaintiff.

plaitulana, nala, nana. also: unana, nanala, nanana, hiʻi; kūpoki (a process). see mat, weft. plaited, as helmet, ʻie. check plait, maka moena. twill plait, ʻoʻeno, hoʻohewahewa. decorative plaiting, hoʻoheno (rare). to plait feathers, haku hulu.

plaitingtwill plaiting. maka pūalu, ʻoʻeno.

planhoʻolālā, kālai, ana; papa hana. to draw plans, kaha kiʻi. to plan slaughter, makaluku.

planpapa hana. particularly one which involves thought and decision-making. papa hoʻolālā. see short-range, medium-range, long-range.

planariakoʻe pākiʻi.

planekoʻi kahi, koʻi kāholo, koʻi kāhela (carpenter's).

planecoordinate plane, in math. papa kuhikuhina.

plane figurea figure that lies on a flat surface, in math. kinona papa. see geometric figure, space figure.

plane treepelakano, pelane.

planethōkū hele, hōkū ʻaeʻa, hōkū lewa. see Jupiter, Mars, Mercury, Saturn, Uranus, Venus.

planethōkūhele. Jovian planet. Hōkūhele Iowiana. outer planet. hōkūhele o waho loa.

planetariumhale aʻo kilo hōkū. see observatory.

planetaryaoea kukehia

planing millhale wili papa, wili papa.

plankpapa lāʻau, papa lāʻau mānoanoa, papa mānoanoa.

planktonʻōulaula

planned parenthoodalso family planning, population control. kaupalena hānau. see pro-choice, pro-life.

plannermea hoʻolālā; lelehua (rare).

planningCounty Planning Department. Keʻena Hoʻolālā o ke Kalana. Hawaiʻi State Department of Planning and Economic Development. ʻOihana Hoʻolālā a me ka Hoʻomohala Waiwai o ka Mokuʻāina ʻo Hawaiʻi. planning skill. mākau hoʻolālā.

planskiʻi (as for a house).

plantlāʻau, mea ulu, lau nahele; mea kanu (cultivated); tender plant, ʻohā; thrifty plant, kawowo; plant propagated by slips or scions, kūlālā, kumulā; fallen plant, mauā; plant in lava bed, makanaʻā; general name for underwater plant, limu. trailing plant, lāʻau hihi; pōlumu (rare). creeping plant, lāʻau kolo. intoduced plant, lāʻau malihini, lāʻau lawe ʻia mai, lā ʻau mai nā ʻāina ʻē. to plant, kanu; haiwā (rare).

plantmeakanu. see crop. flowering plant. meakanu pua.

plant louseʻeleao.

plantainmaiʻa; broad-leafed plantain, laukahi, laukahi kuahiwi, laukahi lau nui; manene. see banana.

plantationmahi, māla, māla ʻai, mahi ʻai, mahana, mahina ʻai. sugar plantation, mahi kō.

planterkanaka mahiʻai, mea kanu.

planteras for growing plants. pahu hoʻoulu meakanu.

planthopperOliarus tamehameha. ʻūmiʻilau.

planting mediumʻelekanu. see potting soil.

plaquea commemorative tablet. pāhai. see trophy.

plasmapalasema, wai koko.

plasterpuna, hamo puna. to plaster, hamo, hamo puna, paʻi puna, kāpili.

plaster of Parispuna Pālisa.

plastererhamo puna.

plasticʻūlina (malleable).

plasticʻea. plastic bag. ʻeke ʻea (preceded by ke). any plastic film for wrapping food, as Saran Wrap. wahī ʻea. plastic sheeting, general term. hāliʻi ʻea. see polyethylene.

plastic containerpahu ʻea

plastic containerpahu ʻea

plastic pipe cementtuko paipu ʻea, tuko paipu. see primer.

plastidtiny structures inside plant cells that contain pigment as well as chlorophyll. palasika.

plate, papa. paper plate, pā pepa. soup plate, pā hohonu. wall plate and gable of a house, lohelau.

plategeologic plate. una honua. see base (in baseball). Cocos plate. ka una honua Kokosa. Eurasian plate. ka una honua ʻEulāsia. Indo-Australian plate. ka una honua ʻĪnionūhōlani. Nazca plate. ka una honua Naseka.

plate lunchpā meaʻai

plate lunchpā meaʻai

plate techtonicsin geology. kuʻina una honua. see boundary, convergent, divergent, transform.

plateauhigh level land. nuʻu laulaha. see plain.

plateletpāhune (preceded by ke).

platformkahua, haka, paepae. to build a platform, hoʻopaepae. altar platform, haka lele. platform between canoes of a double canoes, pola. platform for drying fish, hakakū. speaker's platform, ʻāwai. political platform, kahua, papahana. national platform (political), kahua hana lāhui.

platforma declaration of principles and policies adopted by a political party or candidate. kahua kālaiʻāina.

platformas DOS, UNIX, Macintosh, etc., for a computer program. pae. see operating system.

platinumpalakiniuma.

platonic wifewahine hoʻowahine.

platoonmokuna.

platterpā pālahalaha; papa lāʻau (wooden); kāloa (oval wooden); pā loloa (long).

play₁recreation. pāʻani; pili (gamble). also: paʻapaʻani, upaʻapaʻani. play ball, pāʻani kinipōpō. play cards, pāʻani pepa, hahau pepa.

play₂music. hoʻokani, hoʻokani pila; puhi ʻohe (wind instrument); mūkī (the hōkiokio).

play₃drama. hana keaka, hōʻikeʻike.

playas a particular maneuver in a sporting event; to execute a play. kaʻaneʻe.

playdramatic play. hana keaka paiwa.

play languagesee language.

Play-Dohpalēkō. see clay.

playermea pāʻani. ballplayer, pāʻani kinipōpō. player of the pūhenehene game, .

playerrecord player. mīkini hoʻokani pāleo, mīkini pāleo. see recorder. cassette player. mīkini hoʻokani lola, mīkini lola. reel-to-reel tape player. mīkini hoʻokani pōkaʻa, mīkini pōkaʻa leo.

playfulpāʻani, hoʻopāʻani, ʻeu. also: paʻapaʻani, laupaʻapaʻani.

playgroundkahua, kahua pāʻani, kahua leʻa, kahua leʻaleʻa.

playgroundpā pāʻani

playgroundpā pāʻani

playing cardspepa, pepa pāʻani, pepa hahau.

playmatehoa pāʻani; hoa kamaliʻi (childhood).

playoffas in sporting events. hoʻokūkū moho.

playthingmea pāʻani, milimili. a water plaything, kōʻieʻie.

pleanoi.

plea bargainas in the negotiation of an agreement between a prosecutor and a defendant. kūkā hoʻēmiemi.

pleasantʻoluʻolu, waiʻolu. also: ʻolu, māhie, luakaha, laʻelaʻe, laʻe, ʻināʻinau, ʻakeu, mōpua.

pleasehōʻolu, hōʻoluʻolu, hoʻoleʻa, hoʻohoihoi; ʻoluʻolu (command). Please do me a favor, e ʻoluʻolu ʻoe i koʻu manaʻo. Do as you please, hana nō e like me kou makemake.

pleasedhoihoi, ohohia, hiaʻai. greatly pleased or delighted, hiaʻaiʻono, piha i ka hoihoi.

pleasinghiaʻai, leʻa, waiʻolu, kohu, mīkololohua, mīkolohua, mīkolelehua, lupea.

pleasureleʻaleʻa, mea hoʻohauʻoli, mea e hoihoi ai, leʻa, ʻoliʻoli, hoihoi, ʻoli. see ex., duty. to go out for pleasure, holoholo. place of pleasure, comfort, happiness, kahua o Maliʻo (ancient).

pleatʻāpikipiki, ʻunuʻunu. pleated ruffle, pihapiha ʻō koholā. to lay on its folds, as pleats, koʻo.

pledgeʻōlelo hoʻohiki, hoʻohiki. see saying, manō. pledge of allegiance, hoʻohiki kūpaʻa.

Pleiadesmany names, most of them concerned with Makaliʻi, a deified Kauaʻi chief: Nā- (Ka-) huihui-o-Makaliʻi, Huihui-kōkō-a-Makaliʻi-i-kau-i-luna, Nā-kā-a-Makaliʻi, Nā-kōkō-a-Makaliʻi, Nā-wāhine-a-Makaliʻi, Ke-aweawe-Makaliʻi, Ka-lālani-a-Makaliʻi. also: Huihui, Kūpuku, Peleiake.

plentifulsee plenty. overplentiful, pākī.

plentylawa pono, nui, lako.

plexiglassaniani ʻea. see fiberglass.

pliableholu, kāluhi, luʻa, nīnole, hainole; ʻae wale (to agree easily).

pliersʻūpāʻūmiʻi.

plierspalaea, palaea huki.

pliersʻūpā

pliersʻūpā

plopkuhō, haluku.

plot₁conspiracy. kipi, ʻōhumu, ʻōhumu kipi, hoʻokahua kipi; waohua (rare). to plot evil, kālai ʻino, hoʻomakakī.

plot₂see lot.

plot₃plot of story. kahua o ka moʻolelo.

plotchart or graph, in math. pakuhi. see Hawaiian entries under pakuhi and chart, graph. to plot or chart. kākuhi. stem and leaf plot. pakuhi ʻau me ka lau.

ploverkōlea. The plover flies here, and when his breast is fat, returns, lele mai nō ke kōlea, ā kāpule ka umauma, hoʻi (of carpetbaggers and some white sojourners in Hawaiʻi). Plover eggs are in foreign places (UL 220), ʻo ka hua o ke kōlea, aia i kahiki. see sayings, kōlea.

plowʻōʻō hao, ʻōʻō palau, ʻōʻō hou, palau, kūpele.

pluckunuunu, uluulu (as fowl); ʻako (as flowers). see gather, pick.

plugpani, ʻumoki. also: kiki, kīʻamo, ʻomo, kui kākia. tobacco plug, pōpō paka, pepeʻe paka. to plug, as a hole, hoʻopaʻa, kiki; kihi (rare).

plugpalaka. see outlet, prong, spark plug. electrical plug. palaka uila. two-pronged plug. palaka niho lua. three-pronged plug. palaka niho kolu.

plugpalaka uila

plugpalaka uila

plug-inas in a computer program. kuʻina koʻo.

plumpalama, puluma.

plumagehulu.

plumbagoʻilieʻe.

plumberkanaka hoʻomoe paipu, wilipaipu.

plumbingpalama.

plumeriamelia; hae Hawaiʻi (a variety).

plumeriapua mēlia

plumeriapua mēlia

plummetwalawalakī.

plumpnepunepu, puʻipuʻi. also: hananuʻu, pau hananuʻu, huakē, ōhāhā, pōkeokeo, polohuku, ponohuku, ʻuheke, heke, hekekē, hekeheke, pōhekeheke, poheke, kaekae, kāhā, nenelu, newe, halakū, ʻākaʻikaʻi, ʻaʻalakai, nopu, nepu, nepue, noʻu, nuka, konopue, pōlunu, palaiki, palamea, hahei, hakakī, polo, mumuhu. cf. fat. evenly plump, holokū.

plunderwaiwai pio, waiwai hao. to plunder, hao, pōwā, kāʻilikū, kāʻili wale, kaha, pākaha, mahiʻili, moluna.

plungeluʻu. also: kimo, hou, hoʻopalemo; haulani (as a canoe); kūpenu.

plunge poolkiʻo wai wailele.

plungeras for cleaning clogged drains. pāuma lua. syringe plunger. ʻūkaomi hano kui, ʻūkaomi, ʻūkōmi hano kui, ʻūkōmi.

pluralhelu nui. The common plural markers are: (nā hale, houses), mau (kēlā mau hale, those houses), and the k-less possessive (ʻelua ona hale, he has two houses). inclusive plural (grammar), helu nui pili. exclusive plural (grammar), helu nui kaʻawale.

plusā me. plus sign, kahahui, hui. Two plus two is four, ʻelua ā me ʻelua, ʻehā

plus signkaha hui.

Plutothe planet. ʻIlioki.

plykaʻā. two-ply, kaʻā lua. to ply back and forth, haulani. ply with frivolous questions, nīele, nieniele.

PlymouthPelimuka, Pelimuta.

plywoodpapa ʻililahi. for building boats. papawai.

pm

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

P.M.ʻauinalā (afternoon); ahiahi (evening); (night).

p.m.post meridium. p. m. (pronounced pīmū). see a.m.

pn

pne    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

pneumonianumonia; hanu pau (perhaps).

pneumonianūmōnia.

po

poc    pod    poe    pog    poi    pok    pol    pom    pon    poo    pop    por    pos    pot    pou    pov    pow    pox    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

POpurchase order. palapala ʻoka kūʻai.

pocketpākeke, paʻeke, ʻekeʻeke, ʻeke, ʻaʻa. in the pocket, ʻinipākeke.

pocket compasspānānā paʻa lima.

pocket vetoa way in which the president can veto a bill by holding onto the bill for ten days, during which time congress ends its session. kīpoʻi.

pocketbookpuke pākeke, paiki. see purse.

pockmarkedpukapuka, hākuma, hakuhana, hākumakuma.

podwahī o waho; hua keratio (Luka 15.16, RSV) .

podseed pod. wahī ʻanoʻano.

podiumpākau, pākau haʻiʻōlelo.

poemmele.

poemalso poetry, general term. mele (preceded by ke).

poethaku mele.

poeticpaʻa i nā mele.

poetrymele.

poetryalso poem. mele (preceded by ke). traditional elements of Hawaiian poetry, story telling, oratory, and narration. meiwi.

pogo stickaeʻolele.

poipoi, ʻai; kāpiki (inferior). see pounder and saying, welcome. thin poi, ʻai kakale. lumpy poi, ʻai puʻupuʻu (fig., unsociable); ʻai hakuhaku (due to mixing). fresh poi, ʻai hou; ʻakaʻakai (bulrush, so-called because fresh poi was not liked); miki pololei, pololei, polokē. poi beginning to ferment, pohā ka ʻai. sour poi, poi ʻawaʻawa (fig., unpleasant disposition), kahania. breadfruit poi, poi ʻulu. sweet-potato poi, paʻi ʻuala, paʻi ʻuwala, poi ʻuala, poi ʻuwala, ʻuala hoʻomalamala. flour poi, poi palaoa. pumpkin poi, poi palaʻai. poi cocktail, ʻai kakale. poi concoction, kūpele. stages of poi pounding: pākuʻikuʻi, pākī, pākīʻai, pili, hui ka ʻai, hoʻopohā; poho, pele, kūpele; hoʻowali, moku. poi-pounding board, papa kuʻi ʻai. poi mixer, lāʻau hoʻowali ʻai. unmixed poi, small package, pūkeleʻai. hard, pounded, undiluted poi, paʻi ʻai. ti-leaf bundle of hard poi, holo ʻai. watery residue on poi-pounding board, pīkale, kale ʻai. film of poi adhering to walls of the container, palaʻai. to scrape poi from the sides of the bowl with the fingers, kahi. single dip of poi, kīʻoʻe poi. to dip poi with fingers, miki; miki pākahi, miki pāpākahi (one finger); miki pāpālua (two fingers). to pound poi, kuʻi ʻai, kuʻi poi; luaʻa.

poiresidue of poi after pounding. kale ʻai. to take up poi with the fingers. miki.

poi poundersee pounder.

poincianaʻohai ʻula.

poinsettiapua kalikimaka.

pointkiko (dot); lae (of land); wēlau, ʻēlau, welelau (tip); maka, ʻoiʻoina. see fishhook. sharp point, puʻu ʻoiʻoi. highest point, kaupoku, wēkiu. steel point, maka kila. starting point, kupuna. turning point, kahana. point at canoe bow, maka ihu. point of ʻōʻō digging stick, maka ole (fig.). point of bonito lure or composite hook, lālā. to score a point, ʻai. to point, kuhi, kuhikuhi, hoʻokuhi; kuhikau (rare). to ask pointblank, noi kū. to the point of, ā, hele ā. to shape into a point, ʻōmuʻo. to point, as a pointer dog, hoʻopololei ka huelo.

pointas in a game or sporting event. ʻai. see entries below and basket, pivot, score, touchback, touchdown. point for mea. lilo ka ʻai mea. point after touchdown, in football. ʻai manuahi. point after by passing or running. ʻai manuahi holo. point after by kicking,ʻai manuahi peku. point from block, dink, or spike, in volleyball. ʻai hele wale.

pointin math; also a unit of measurement for type size. kiko. see decimal, referent. to graph the point. kākuhi i ke kiko. reference point. kiko kuhia.

pointboiling point. kēkelē paila. freezing point. kēkelē paʻahau. melting point. kēkelē heheʻe. fine point, fine line, as of a pen point. makakui. to point, as a mouse arrow in a computer program. kuhikuhi. see pointer.

point guardalso one man, in basketball. kūkahi. see guard.

point of viewhoʻokuanaʻike

point of viewhoʻokuanaʻike

point source pollutionkumu hoʻohaumia ʻike ʻia. non-point source pollution. kumu hoʻohaumia ʻike ʻole ʻia.

pointedmiomio, ʻoiʻoi. also: wanawana (spiked); wakawaka (as teeth); wana, wawana, winiwini. any pointed instrument, kui. pointed shoes, kāmaʻa miomio. pointed remark, ʻōlelo houhou, ʻōlelo pahupahu.

pointed outkuhina₂

pointed outkuhina₂

pointer₁stick. lāʻau kuhikuhi.

pointer₂dog. ʻĪlio hahai manu.

pointeralso mouse arrow or cursor, as in a computer program. nahau ʻiole, nahau. as used in a classroom. lāʻau kuhikuhi.

pointing outkuhikuhina.

pointsthe four cardinal points, or four primary directions of the compass, in geography. kūkulu ʻehā.

poisekūlana, kūnana, kaha, kīkaha, hoʻolaʻi. also: ʻiolana, lāhai, lahaina, ānehe. Birds poise quietly in the gentle breeze, hoʻolaʻi nā manu i ke aheahe (of peaceful persons).

poisonlāʻau make; ahulu (fig.); pōpō ʻauhuhu, ʻapu kōheoheo.

poisonlāʻau make. see aldrin, curare, dieldrin, fumigant, systemic insecticide. contact poison. lāʻau make ʻili. stomach poison. lāʻau make ʻai.

poisonousmake, ʻawa, kōheoheo. poisonous fang or tooth, niho ʻawa. poisonous-natured person, kōheoheo.

pokabanana poka. poka maiʻa.

pokeʻōʻō, hou, ʻoʻe; polo (rare); poke through, meʻomeʻo; poke sideways, as in digging, kaiehu; poke a fire, ʻōʻōahi, hoelo. see poker.

pokeberrypōpolo, pōpolo kū mai.

poker₁implement. ulu ahi, ʻōʻōahi, ʻōhelo.

poker₂card game. konoki.

pokeweedpīʻai poku.

Polandalso Pole, Polish. Pōlani.

PolishPōlani.

polar bearpea o ke Kāʻei-anu.

polar bearpea ʻālika.

Polarissee North Star.

polepou, lāʻau, peloka, pahu. see fish, fishing pole, flagpole. carrying pole, ʻauamo. fruit-plucking pole, lou. bird-catching pole, alakō, ʻaukuʻu, pokia. surveying pole, poloka kuea. telephone pole, pou kelepona. pole indicative of taboo, kaununu. pole for roof frame, holo. pole for canoe protection, kau. to pole, koʻo.

polewēlau. North Pole. Wēlau ʻĀkau. South Pole. Wēlau Hema. elevation pole, as for surveying. lāʻau ana kiʻekiʻena. see sighter. range pole, surveying rod. lāʻau ana ʻāina.

pole vaultlele lāʻau, kūpololū.

pole vaultkoʻo lele. to pole vault. lele koʻo.

policemākaʻi. Chief of police, luna mākaʻi. police matron, mākaʻi wahine. police station, hale mākaʻi. police whistle, ʻūlili. mounted police, mākaʻi kau lio. to police, mākaʻi. patrolling night police, mākaʻi hoʻomalu pō.

police badgepihi mākaʻi (preceded by ke).

police carkaʻa mākaʻi

police carkaʻa mākaʻi

police courtʻaha hoʻokolokolo hoʻomalu.

policemanmākaʻi; kaiko (rare). to appoint as a policeman, hoʻomākaʻi. traffic policeman, mākaʻi kū huina. policemanʻs club, newa, lāʻau mākaʻi.

policy₁plan. manaʻo hoʻokō, kahua, papa hana; kālai ʻana (fig.).

policy₂document. palapala. insurance policy, palapala ʻinikua, palapala hoʻopaʻa.

policykulekele. domestic policy. kulekele kūloko. foreign policy. kulekele ʻāina ʻē.

poliopoliō.

polishʻānai, hoʻohinuhinu. also: kūhinu, kuai, kuolo, halo, , au, hoʻonemo, kahiau. see bootblack, rub. fingernail polish, pena mikiʻao. polishing stone, noninui to polish with pumice or sand, hoʻōne.

polisha substance used to give smoothness or shine. mea hoʻohinuhinu. see wax.

polishedpala hinu, hinua, kūhinu. also: kaekae, kamani, nemo, hinu, huali, pīkaka.

politeʻoluʻolu, ʻolu, waipahē, waipehē.

politicalkālaiʻāina, kalakalaiaupuni, polikika, polokika. political party, ʻaoʻao kālaiʻāina. political expert, kilo aupuni.

politicalpolitika

politicalpolitika

political economyʻike kālaiʻāina.

political partyʻaoʻao kālaiʻāina. see majority party, minority party.

politicianloea kālaiʻāina.

politicskālaiʻāina, polokika, hana kālaiʻāina.

politicspolitika

politicspolitika

pollpāloka, wahi koho pāloka.

pollalso to take a poll. anamanaʻo.

poll taxʻauhau kino, ʻauhau poʻo.

pollenʻehu, ehu. flower pollen, ʻehu pua. hīnano blossom pollen, ʻehu hīnano.

pollenehu. see pollinate, flower pollen. ehu pua.

pollinatehoʻēhu pua. see pollen. cross-pollinate. hoʻēhu pua kaʻakepa.

polliwogtadpole. polewao.

pollutehoʻohaumia, hoʻopaumāʻele, hoʻopelapela. polluted, pilo, pino, pinopino. polluted water, wai puna pilopilo.

pollutionhoʻohaumia ʻana, hoʻopelapela ʻana, ʻino, pilo.

pollutionhaumia. air pollution. haumia ea. source pollution. kumu hoʻohaumia. point source pollution. kumu hoʻohaumia ʻike ʻia. non-point source pollution. kumu hoʻohaumia ʻike ʻole ʻia.

PolluxNānā-hope. see Castor.

polopolo. water polo, polo wai.

poly-a prefix for chemical terms. polai-. see entries below.

polyandrymale lehulehu ʻana o ka wahine i ka manawa hoʻokahi.

polychaete worma kind of worm found underneath stream rocks. moeʻalā, koʻe moeʻalā.

polyethyleneʻea painaʻāpala. see plastic sheeting.

polygamymale lehulehu ʻana o ke kāne i ka manawa hoʻokahi.

polygonhuinalehulehu. regular polygon. huinalehulehu analahi.

polyhedrona space figure with many faces, in math. paʻaʻili lehulehu, paʻaʻili.

PolynesiaFrench Polynesia. Polenekia Palani.

PolynesianPolenekia.

polypʻuku koʻakoʻa.

polyphosphatepolaiposapahate.

polytheismalso polytheistic. akua lehulehu. see monotheism.

polyunsaturated fatʻailakele laupaʻahapa. see fat.

pomace flyfamily drosophilidae. pōnalo.

pomegranatepomeikalana, pomekelane, pomegerane, pomelaike, pomeraite.

pomelono known Hawaiian name.

pomelopomelo. see grapefruit, jabong.

pommelpāluku, kuʻi pehi, hākuʻi. see beat, saddle horn.

pomphoʻokahakaha, hanohano.

pompanoulua.

pompompōpō kīlepalepa, kīlepelepa.

pompoushalalina, hoʻokeha. to strut pompously, kāʻiʻī. see proud.

ponchokīpuka.

pondloko, kiʻo, hāloko, hālokoloko, luawai, lau wai. see pool. salt pond, loko paʻakai, loko liʻu, man-made pond, loko kuʻi. pond near the shore, puʻuone. pond reserved for a chief, kōʻele. mythical pond, kūlani-hākoʻi. fresh-water pond, loko wai. fishpond, loko iʻa.

pondlarge pond, lake. māluawai. pond mud. pohō.

pondernalu, kākepakepa, manaʻonaʻo.

poniardponiaka.

pontiffpope, kumukauoha.

ponypone, lioʻuʻuku.

ponylio pone.

pool₁pond. kiʻo, kiʻo wai. also: loko, hāloko, hālokoloko, luawai, huinawai, wai ahu, hāpuna, kīpoho, lahalaha wai, lau wai, huawaimaka, hakuone, koʻana wai, kukiʻo, pōnaha wai. sea pool, kāheka; kāhekaheka (small). dirty pool, kiʻo lepo. pool for leaping, kiʻo kawa. pools, lokoloko, loʻiloʻi, māloʻi. forest pool where rubbish collects, ākuli. to form a pool, hāloko. to settle in pools, pākiʻo, hāloʻi.

pool₂a game. pahupahu. to play pool, pahupahu.

poolof water, as in a stream. kiʻo wai. plunge pool. kiʻo wai wailele. anchialine pool. ālialia nono. side pool, as in a stream. wai wiliau. swimming pool. pūnāwai ʻauʻau.

pool cuekiu pahupahu.

poor₁impoverished

poppohāpohā, hoʻopakūpakū, paʻina, pohā, kani kohā. see soda. sound of lips popped open, mūkā.

popcornkūlina pohāpohā.

popepope, kumukauoha.

poplarpopela.

popoverpalaoa pūhaʻuhaʻu.

pop-popsfireworks that explode on impact. lūpahū.

poppypua kala, pokalakala, pope, naule.

PoppyCalifornia poppy. papi. poppy flower. pua papi.

popsicleʻaikalima ʻau.

populacemakaʻāinana.

popularmakemake nui ʻia, nui nā makamaka.

populatednoho ʻia. see saying, lēʻī. densely populated, laukanaka, noho nui ʻia.

populationheluna kānaka, poʻe, lehulehu, kānaka.

populationas in biology. pūʻuo. population density, for humans only. paʻapū pūʻuo kanaka. population distribution, in geography. ili pūʻuo, ili pūʻuo kanaka.

population controlalso planned parenthood, family planning. kaupalena hānau. see pro-choice, pro-life.

pop-up bookas for childrenʻs stories. puke kiʻi .

pop-up menuas in a computer program. papa ʻōʻili.

porchlānai. porch railing, pale lānai. porch of pillars, hale kia.

porcupinekīpoka, puaʻa ʻili ʻoiʻoi.

porcupinekīpoka.

porcupine fishkōkala, hoana.

porepukapakī (skin).

porepukapakī.

porgy fish (perhaps).

porkpuaʻa, ʻiʻo puaʻa. slab of salted pork; pākākā, kākā puaʻa. pork grease, ʻaila puaʻa.

pornographynā mea pelapela, nā mea pelapela like ʻole ma nā puke, nā kiʻi, nā kiʻi ʻoniʻoni.

porouspukapuka.

porpoisenaiʻa, nuʻao.

portawa, awa kū moku. port side, ʻaoʻao hema.

portas in a computer. awa. parallel port. awa ala pilipā. serial port. awa ala pūkaʻina.

portleft or port side of a double-hulled canoe or a ship when looking forward. ama. see starboard.

portkū moku

portkū moku

portablelawe, hiki ke lawe ʻia.

portablelawelima. see laptop computer.

portendʻōuli.

portentʻōuli, hōʻailona.

porterhali ukana, kanaka hali ukana; kiaʻi puka (doorman).

portholepuka ma ka ʻaoʻao o ka moku.

porticohale kia.

portionʻāpana, mahele, kuleana, haʻawina, ʻokana, hapa, hakina, puʻu; kaʻipuʻu (rare). small portion, hapa iki, hapa ʻuʻuku. greatest portion, hapa loa, hapa nui. main portion, kino. severed portion, moku, , mokuna. in two portions, hapa lua. to be a portion, hapa.

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

PortlandPokalana

PortlandPokalana

portraitkiʻi.

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

PortugalPokukala, Potugala.

PortugalPokukala, Potugala.

PortuguesePukikī.

Portuguese bean soupkupa pāpapa Pukikī

Portuguese bean soupkupa pāpapa Pukikī

Portuguese cypresspaina Pukikī, paina tireza.

Portuguese man-of-warPaʻimalau, poʻimalau.

Portuguese man-of-warphysalia. paʻi, paʻimalau. see blue-button, by-the-wind-sailor.

portulacaʻākulikuli.

portulacaʻākulikuli kula.

pose₁as for pictures. kū mai no ka paʻi ʻana o ke kiʻi (standing).

pose₂pretend. hoʻokohukohu.

positionkūlana, kūnana, kuana, wahi; ʻoihana (occupation). position of the land, waihona ʻāina. lying down position, moena.

positiveʻike loa.

positiveas of an electrical charge or north pole of a magnet. ʻāne. see negative, neutral. positive number, in math. helu ʻiʻo. positive integer. helu piha ʻiʻo.

positronʻēʻēhuna ʻine

possess₁see have, own.

possess₂as by a spirit. noho, hoʻokomokomo. spirit that possesses, akua noho, ʻuhane noho.

possessiveʻaui pili hui

possessivenonoʻa

possessiveʻaui pili hui

possessive caseʻauikōhaʻi, ʻauipili. see genitive case. o-form possessive, ʻauipili laulā. a-form possessive, ʻauipili paʻa. possessive markers: o, a, ō, ā.

possessormea, haku, ʻona.

possibilitysee chance.

possiblehiki. when possible, ke hiki. any possible time, ka manawa e hiki ana. any possible day, ka lā e hiki ana.

possiblypaha, maliʻa, auaneʻi. possibly not, ʻaʻole paha.

possumsee opossum.

post₁pole. pou, pahu, kia, kūkulu, kūkunu, lāʻau kū. house post, pou, pouomanu, kukuna, heʻepālaha. gable post, pou kukuna. supporting ridgepole post, pouhana. front post, pou alo. back post, pou kua. corner post, pou kihi. heiau posts, nanahua, kikihi. post in a grass house, konakū. post marking harbor, ulehole. post designating place of human sacrifice, pouomanu, pouamanu. post for hanging goods, oleole.

post₂to deposit. hoʻouna; hoʻokomo (as mail); (as a bond).

post₃military. see fort.

post-after-. muli. see after, postcolonial, posttest.

posthigh post, in basketball. kūliu waho. low post. kūliu loko.

post meridiump.m. p. m. ( pronounced pīmū). see ante meridium.

post officehale leka.

postageuku leka, uku leta. postage stamp, poʻoleka.

postageuku leka.

postalʻoihana leka. postal law, kānāwai o ka ʻoihana leka. postal department, ʻoihana leka.

postcardpepa poʻoleka.

postcardkāleka poʻoleka.

postcolonialmuli panalāʻau. postcolonial country. kaumokuʻāina muli panalāʻau, ʻāina muli panalāʻau.

posterkiʻi hoʻolaha.

posterpelaha.

posterboardpepa mānoanoa.

posteriorhope.

posteriorin biology. lauhope. see anterior, dorsal, ventral. posterior dorsal fin, of a fish. kualā lauhope.

posteritymoʻopuna, mamo.

post-larvaepua.

postludehoʻopau ʻana.

postmanlawe leka.

postmarkkuni.

postmasterluna leka.

postmaster generalkuhina hale leka.

postponepaneʻe, hoʻopaneʻe, hoʻomoe.

postponementpaneʻe ʻana.

postscriptʻōlelo pākuʻi, manaʻo poina.

posttesthōʻike muli aʻo. see pretest.

posturekūlana, kūnana.

potipu. cooking pot, ipu hao. flower pot, poho mea kanu. earthenware pot, kelemānia, ipu lepo.

potpaka lōlō.

potsee flower pot.

pot holdermea paʻa ipu hao.

pot piekinipai.

potablemānalo, kūpono i ka inu.

potashpokaka.

potashpotassium carbonate or potassium insoluble compounds. pokala.

potassiumpotasiuma. potassium cyanide. potasiuma kaianaside. potassium iodide. potasiuma ʻiodiside.

potatoʻuala kahiki (Irish). see sweet potato. wild potato, ʻaeʻahaukaʻe.

potato chipkipi ʻuala kahiki.

potatoeshash-brown potatoes. ʻuala kahiki kolikoli, ʻuala kolikoli. scalloped potatoes. ʻuala kahiki pepeiao, ʻuala pepeiao.

potbelliedʻōpū palaʻai (term of ridicule); ʻōpū palula, kēkē, ākēkē, naʻanaʻa, leholeho, ʻalakai, ʻākaʻikaʻi, nanae.

potentikaika.

potentialpalena papaha. potential energy. ikehu noho.

pothosʻaʻapehihi. see philodendron.

potionmea inu. medical potion, ʻapu.

potluckʻai i ka mea e loaʻa ana, pū ʻai, pū paʻakai, kūpuʻu, kupupuʻu, ponoʻai.

PotomacPokomaka, Potomaka.

potsherdʻāpana ipu lepo.

potterpokela.

potter's vesselipu lepo.

potterʻs wheelhuila pālolo

potterʻs wheelhuila pālolo

potter's wheelhuila pālolo

potterypokela.

potting soillepo kanu meakanu. see planting medium.

pouchpoho. see bag.

PoughkeepsiePakipi.

poulticekāpaʻi. cf., pūkoʻakoʻa 2.

poultrynā manu ʻai ʻia e like me ka moa, ka pelehū, a me ke kakā.

pouncepoʻi, ʻāpoʻipoʻi.

pound₁to strike. kuʻi. also: hoʻokuʻi, kuʻi pehi, hākuʻi, pākuʻi, ʻākuʻi, kīmō, kīmōmō, kīpō, kīkēkē; kāpaʻi (as a masseur); ʻāpohopoho, lumi (as surf); hoʻohāhā, pākī, pāluku; luluāʻina (as sea urchins); kuʻikā (smooth). pounded by the sea, pāpā kai. to pound into fine bits, kuʻi palu, napo, pākaikai. to pound poi or food, kuʻi ʻai. poi pounder (person), kuʻi ʻai. to pound iron, kuʻi hao.

pound₂unit of weight or currency. paona₁, paona₂.

poundunit of weight. paona. abb. pon.

pound signa sign (#) used in proofreading to indicate that a space should be inserted; a superscript number written next to the symbol indicates the number of spaces if more than one (#²). kaha kaʻahua. see caret.

poundermea kuʻi. poi pounder, pōhaku kuʻi ʻai, pōhaku kuʻi poi. ring poi pounder, pōhaku kuʻi ʻai puka. whale-tooth pounder, pōhaku kuʻi palaoa. top of poi pounder, pōheoheo.

pourninini. also: hanini, nini, ninini, loku, hoʻoloku, ʻiliki (as rain); pour forth, huaʻi, ukuhi; pour down, as the sun, hawewe; kīʻahaʻaha (out of a cup); manini. to pour out water, kau wai. evil words poured out, poured back and forth, manini aku ā manini mai nā ʻōleloʻino (see manini).

pouthoʻolehelehe nui, nuku puʻu, nunuha, nuha, ʻeʻewa. see saying, puna₈.

povertysee poor. poverty-stricken, ʻilikole, pakaneo.

powderpauka, paoka, pouka, paula. container for powder, poho pauka. face powder, pauka maka. to powder, pauka.

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

powder hornʻōwili, kākai pauka, holowaʻa ʻōwili.

powdered milkwaiū ehu, waiū pauka.

powderyhuna, wali.

powermana, lima ikaika. supernatural power, mana. guardian power, mana kiaʻi, power to fly, kino lele. the power of the press, ka mana o ka papa paʻi. power of attorney, palapala hoʻāmana. under control of a supernatural power, kalakupua. great power, ʻāina nui (nation).

powerikehu. see entries below and energy. hydroelectric power. ikehu uila wai kahe. solar power. manehu . thermo-electric power. ikehu uila puhi wāwahie.

powera product in which each factor is the same, in math. pāhoʻonui. see exponent.

powerconcurrent power, as powers shared by federal and state governments. mana ʻālike. delegated powers, as of congress. mana ʻākuleana.

power forwardalso four man, in basketball. kūhā.

power shovelkopalā ikehu

power shovelkopalā ikehu

powerfulmana, ikaika. also: konapiliahi, ehuehu, mauaʻālina.

powerhousehale hana uila.

powerslegislative powers. mana kau kānāwai.

poxchicken pox. puʻupuʻu moa.

pr

pra    pre    pri    pro    pru    pry    

pa    pe    ph    pi    pl    pm    pn    po    pr    ps    pu    py       -top-  

practical life skillmākau ola.

practice₁train. hoʻomaʻamaʻa, hoʻomaʻa; kāheʻe (rare).

practice₂see procedure.

practicehoʻomaʻamaʻa. practice book. puke hoʻomaʻamaʻa haʻawina, puke hoʻomaʻamaʻa.

prairiekula ākea.

prairie dogʻilio kula ʻōlohelohe.

prairie dogkokeiʻa.

praisemahalo, hoʻomaikaʻi, hoʻonani, kaena. also: mililani, hiʻilani, hoʻoleʻa, mailani, pailani, hoʻolanilani, lele pailani, pai, pai aliʻi, hoʻokapukapu, akena, hoʻohilu, hūlani, hilaʻi, hāpaimemeue. see saying, hapahapai. word of praise, as for a place, ʻōlelo kaena. chant of praise, kānaenae (see ex., kānaenae); kauwōlani, paʻipunahele.

praisehoʻomaikaʻi. see honors.

praiseworthykū i ka mahalo.

prancekaʻinapu. see gambol.

pranktrick; to play a prank, usually with malicious intent. kēpuka. see trick.

pranksterkolohe, ʻeu. to play pranks, hoʻokolohe, hone.

prattlingʻamaʻama, ʻama.

prawnTahitian prawn. ʻōpae polapola.

praypule, ʻāmama.

prayerpule (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). Christian prayers:. pule a ka Haku (Lord's); pule ʻohana (family); pule hoʻomaka (beginning); pule hoʻokuʻu (closing); pule hāmau (silent); pule hoʻolaʻa (dedicatory); pule hoʻomaikaʻi (thanks). Pre-Christian prayers: pule hoʻouluulu ʻai, pule hoʻomau (for crops); pule hoʻoulu ʻāina (increased productivity of land); pule hoʻōla, pule hoʻouluulu (healing); pule pale, pule kala, kalakū (to ward off evil); pule hoʻonoa (to lift taboo); pule ʻanāʻanā, pule kuni, pule ʻumi, pule kamehaʻi, pule hoʻounauna, oneone-i-honua, kīpolo (sorcery); kānaenae (of eulogy). also: wailana, wauʻaha, waipā, waihā, lelea, leʻaleʻa, kai-o-Kauakahi, kai-a-pō-kea, kai-o-pō-keo, kaukau, kākua, ʻaha, uhauhui, hahauhui, limalima, ʻōkalakala, kāhea ʻai, kāhoaka, kanilāhuluhulu, pale lauʻī, ʻulonokū, hoʻoulu iʻa, hoʻoulu kauō, ʻoki i ka moeʻuhane, kāleʻa, kuili, mōliaola, hui-o-Papa, kāmakamaka, kauō, kuwā, kuoha, ʻulono pule, pule polo, mauhaʻaleʻa, pūpūweuweu. long conversational prayer, kalokalo. long repetitious prayer, kuawili. to offer food and prayers, kahukahu, kaumaha ʻai. words at end of prayers: lele wale, ʻeliʻeli, ʻāmama. prayer service, kūlana pule (Christian); malu koʻi, malu ʻōhiʻa (other). presentation of prayers, haipule, pule, haʻina pule, uhauhui. prayer drum, pahu kanaloa. prayer gourd, pule ipu.

praying mantisʻūhinipule.

pre-early, beforehand. hiki mua. see entries below and late. pre-registration. kāinoa hiki mua.

preachhaʻiʻōlelo. preach salvation, haʻi ola. preach the gospel, haʻi ʻeuanelio.

preacherkahuna pule, kahu. preacher of salvation, haʻi ola. traveling preacher, kahuna pule kaʻahele. teaching preacher, kahuna aʻo, kahuna haʻiʻōlelo (especially an itinerant one).

preadolescentpokeʻo; keiki maʻi lewalewa (boy, see lewalewa); ʻulapaʻa (girl).

preambleʻōlelo mua, ʻōlelo haʻi mua. see introduction, preface.

precariouskūnihi, kūnihinihi, ʻanihinihi, nihi, makaʻu, kūlihi, kūlihilihi.

precautionhana hoʻomākaukau mamua o ka pōpilikia, noʻonoʻo mua e pale i ka pōpilikia. to take precautions, hoʻākahele.

precautionaryakahele.

precedehele mamua, hele mua.

precedentnā hana i hoʻolaha mua ʻia.

precedentsomething done or said that may act as an example to justify it being done again. kumu alakaʻi.

preceptloina, ʻōlelo aʻo, ʻōlelo paʻa, kauoha.

precinctmahele, ʻāpana. combined precincts, mahele i hui ʻia.

preciousmakamae, hiwahiwa, nēnē hiwa, ʻalamea, hulu, liho.

precipicepali, kawa. a series of precipices, kakaʻi pali, ʻopāpali, ʻōpalipali, pali kuʻi.

precipitatea substance separated from a solution or suspension by chemical or physical change. koʻakoʻana.

precipitationkimu.

precipitouspalipali, kūnihinihi, kūlihilihi, kūlono, oheohe.

precisekūlike loa, miomio.

precisionalso precise. ʻauliliʻi. in math. pololei. as high-quality print resolution on a computer printer. miomio. precision bitmapping. kākiko miomio.

predatoralso predatory, to prey. poʻiiʻa. victim of a predator. luapoʻi.

predawnpawa, paoa.

predicatepoʻo₄

predicatewaila

predicatepoke waila

predicatepoʻo₄

predicationmanaʻohaʻi.

predictwānana; predict misfortune, hoʻoiloilo.

predictableas the ending of a story. hopena ahuwale. predictable story. moʻolelo hopena ahuwale.

predictionalso to predict, as in a scientific experiment. wānana. prediction skill. mākau wānana.

preenwae, waewae; kanuʻeʻeʻina (rare).

prefaceʻōlelo haʻi mua, ʻōlelo hoʻākaaka mua, ʻōlelo mua.

prefacealso foreword, as in a book. ʻōlelo haʻi mua, ʻōlelo mua. see introduction, preamble.

preferʻoi ka makemake.

preferableaho.

preferencemakemake. preferences, as in a computer program. makemake.

prefixhua pākuʻi mamua o ka huaʻōlelo.

prefixpākuʻina kau mua. see affix. a prefix indicating a process. kā-. a prefix meaning one one-hundredth (1/100). keni-. file prefix or header information, as codes at the beginning of each computer file. poʻo pāʻālua (preceded by ke).

pregnancyhapaina, kauhua. see saying, hakē. pregnancy sickness, hoʻokauhua, maʻi keiki, ʻīloli, hoʻīloli. pregnancy craving, hoʻokauhua. to cause pregnancy, hoʻohāpai.

pregnanthāpai. also: puʻu, kanaka, kōkō, piha, newe, ūkō, laulau, . see saying, hakē.

prehistorickuamanawa.

prejudicemanaʻo kūʻē, hoʻokae. race prejudice, hoʻokae ʻili, kaupale ʻili.

prejudicealso discrimination; to discriminate or be prejudiced against. hoʻokae. see racism.

preludeweheʻana.

prematureʻē mamua o ka wā kūpono. premature baby, keiki ʻaluʻalu, keiki hānau ʻē, mumuku. premature birth, hānau ēwe, ʻōʻili wale. to speak or act prematurely, lele ʻē.

premeditatenoʻonoʻo mua, nalu mua.

premierkuhina, kuhina nui.

premiumuku kaulele. insurance premium, uku hoʻopaʻa, uku ʻinikua.

premiuminsurance premium. uku ʻinikua.

premonitionhaili moe, haliʻa.

preparationmākaukau, hoʻomakaukau ʻana.

preparatory schoolkula hoʻomākaukau.

preparehoʻomākaukau, hana, hoʻoliuliu.

preparedmākaukau. also: liuliu, , lilihua.

prepositionʻinaleo, ʻinawaena (part of speech).

prepositionʻami₄

prepositionʻami₄

prepuceheo. see foreskin.

PresbyterianPelekepulikano.

presbyteryʻaha lunakahiko.

preschoolkula kamaliʻi.

prescribekuhikuhi, hoʻākaaka, aʻo.

prescriptionkuhikuhi; kuhikuhi nō ka lāʻau e paʻipaʻi ai.

prescriptionfor drug or medication; also to prescribe. kuhikuhi lāʻau. see over-the-counter. prescription drug or medication. lāʻau kuhikuhi.

prescriptivepailula

presencealo. in the presence of, i mua o; me ka ʻike maka o. presence of mind, noʻonoʻo pono i ka wā ulia.

present₁now. ʻĀnō, kēia manawa, kēia ao.

present₂at hand. maʻaneʻi, ʻaneʻi; eia (as response to roll call).

present₃gift. makana. see gift. presents at birth of a child, makana hānau; maihuli (rare).

present₄to present. hāʻawi, waiho.

presentationhāʻawiʻana.

presentlykokoke, auaneʻi.

preservationmālama ʻana, mau.

preservemālama, mau.

preservermea kiaʻi, mea mālama.

preservice teacher traininghoʻomākaukau kumu. see inservice teacher training.

presidehoʻomalu (as at a meeting). presiding officer, luna hoʻomalu.

presidentpelekikena, palekikena, ikū lani.

presidentas of a college or university. pelekikena. see chancellor, provost.

presidentialpelekikena, palekikena.

press₁exert pressure. kaomi, kahi; ʻaiana (as clothes); press hard, kālele kū; press out, kāwī, kōwī. also: lomi, kōmi, uma, ʻōpā, lumi, kāpā, mīkā. press, as for clamping material or pressing clothes, mīkini kaomi.

press₂printing press. paʻi palapala, papa paʻi. see ex., power.

pressto click or depress, as in a computer program. kōmi, kaomi.

pressto press, in basketball. lulumi. see press defense. half-court press. lulumi hapa. three-quarter-court press. lulumi ʻekolu hapahā. full-court press. lulumi piha.

press defenseas in basketball; to execute such a play. pale lulumi. see press.

pressedūkūkua (with work). hard-pressed, pili pū i ka paia (see pili pū); pāiki (rare).

presser footkaomi lole, pale (on a sewing machine).

pressurehoʻokaomi.

pressuremīkā. air pressure, as in a tire. mīkā ea. blood pressure. mīkā koko. high-pressure system, in meteorology. ʻōnaehana mīkā piʻi. low-pressure system. ʻōnaehana mīkā emi. pressure receptor. aʻalonoa mīkā. see receptor.

pressureto pressure, in basketball. ʻumi.

pressurizehoʻomīkā. pressurized. hoʻomīkā ʻia.

prestigekūlana hanohano.

prestokoʻihonua.

presumekuhi, kainō, kainoa, manaʻo wale. The accused party shall be presumed a good man, ʻo ka mea i hoʻopiʻi ʻia e manaʻo ʻia no ʻoia he kanaka maikaʻi nō.

presumptionmanaʻo koho, hoʻokohu.

presumptuousmahaʻoi; halaʻoʻa (fig.).

pretendhoʻomeamea, hoʻokohukohu, hoʻokamani; hoʻo- (as in hoʻohāmama, hoʻonou), ho- (as in hoʻōla), hō- (as in hōʻike). also: kāmaʻe, hoʻohele, kanaleʻo. see feign. cf. (Gram. 6.4).

pretensehoʻokohu, hoʻomeamea; noho niʻo, poupou noho niʻo (of knowledge or skill).

pretentioushōʻoiʻoi, hoʻolae. see pretense.

pretesthōʻike mua aʻo. see posttest.

pretextkumu e ʻalo ai. see excuse.

pretty₁attractive. nani, maikaʻi, uʻi, nohea, huapala.

pretty₂somewhat. ʻano. pretty good, ʻano maikaʻi.

pretzelpelena peʻa.

prevaillanakila, holopapa; īheʻe (rare).

preventkāohi, pale, keʻakeʻa.

previewnāmua. see view. print preview, as in a computer program. nāmua paʻi.

previousmua, mamua aʻe.

prewriteto prewrite, as part of the writing process, i.e. introducing the topic through brainstorming, discussion, presentations, etc. hōʻike manaʻo. see conference.

preypio.

preyto prey; also predator, predatory. poʻiiʻa. victim of a predator. luapoʻi.

pricekumu kūʻai, kumu, ʻauhau, kālā, make. bid price, huina koho. What is the price? He aha ke kumu kūʻai? ʻEhia kālā? high price, kumu kūʻai nui.

pricealso cost. kumukūʻai, kāki. estimated price. kumukūʻai koho. reasonable price. kumukūʻai kūpono. retail price. kumukūʻai hale kūʻai. sale price. kāki kūʻaiemi. unit price. kumukūʻai anakahi. wholesale price. kumukūʻai kālepa.

prickʻō, ʻoʻe, hou.

pricklyʻoʻoi, kukū; maneʻo (as some clothes).

prickly heatʻōhune wela.

prickly pearsee cactus.

prickly pear cactuspānini, pānini maoli, pāpipi. see cactus.

prickly poppypua kala, pōkalakala.

pridehaʻaheo, kei, keha (favorable); manaʻo kiʻekiʻe, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, pehu (conceit). see proud. pride in ancestry, heʻe hōlua (see hōlua). pride of the homeland, maka lehua no ke one hānau.

pride of Barbadosʻohai aliʻi.

pride of Indiaʻinia, ʻilinia.

priestkahuna (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kahuna pule, kahu akua; papahola (rare). see saying, ʻololī. high priest, kahuna nui, kahuna poʻo. medical priest, kahuna lapaʻau. priest of the lineage of Lono, moʻo Lono. priest of Lono, palikū, kuhi ʻalaea. priest of the lineage of , moʻo Kū. Catholic priest, makua ʻuhane. priests versed in all branches of the profession, puhi okaoka. priestly class, papa kahuna, papa huli honua.

priestesskahuna pule wahine, kāula wahine; malo kea (epithet).

priesthoodʻoihana kahuna; moʻo kahuna (succession).

primarymua. primary election, koho wae moho, koho mua. primary school, kula kamaliʻi.

primaryas first in time, order, or importance. kuamua. see entries below and secondary, tertiary, terminal. primary bronchus, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kuamua. primary shield volcano. lua pele kuahene kuamua. primary volcanic activity. pele kuamua.

primaryalso primary election, a preliminary election to nominate candidates for office. koho pāloka wae moho, wae moho. closed primary. wae moho kūloko. open primary. wae moho kūākea.

primary directionsthe four primary directions, or four cardinal points of the compass, in geography. kūkulu ʻehā. see intermediate directions.

primatean order of animals induding man, apes, and monkeys. māpūnaka.

primenui, koʻikoʻi, poʻokela. prime number, helu kumu. prime factor, heluhana kumu.

primeprime number, in math. helu kumu. relatively prime numbers, i.e. numbers which share one factor between them, and that factor is 1. hoa helu hoʻonui like kahi. prime factorization. huli helu hoʻonui kumu. twin primes. helu kumu kūlua.

prime meridianin geography. kumu lonikū, kumu lonitū.

prime ministerkuhina nui.

primeraʻo heluhelu, kumu, palima. to study a primer, palima.

primerfor PVC pipe cement. pena holoi. see plastic pipe cement.

primitivei ke ʻano kinohi.

primitivemakakumu.

primrose willowkāmole.

princekeiki aliʻi, kamāliʻi kāne. crown prince, hoʻoilina mōʻī.

princesskamāliʻi wahine. crown princess, hoʻoilina mōʻī wahine.

principal₁main, head. nui, mua, poʻo. school principal, poʻo kumu.

principal₂capital sum. kumupaʻa.

principalmoney loaned, usually at a given interest rate and for a specified time. kumupaʻa, kālā kumupaʻa. see interest.

PrincipePanikipe. Sao Tome and Principe Island. ka Mokupuni ʻo Saotome me Panikipe.

principleloina, kahua hana.

principleas an accepted rule of action. kulehana, kahua hana. archimedesʻ principle, i.e. the buoyant force on an object submerged in a fluid is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by that object, in science. ke kulehana a ʻakimika. Bernoulli's principle. ke kulehana a Penuli. basic counting principle, in math. kulehana no ka helu ʻana. half-rectangle principle. kulehana huinahā lōʻihi hapalua.

printpaʻi, kikiko, kākau kaha, kākau. see footprint, printing, printing press, type. print shop, hale paʻi. block-print cloth, palaka. printed cloth, lau, lole kalakoa. to print, as tapa, hoʻōniʻo, noʻenoʻe, kāpala, palapala.

printas in handwriting. limahakahaka. also to print. kākau pākahikahi. see entry below and resolution, script. to print, as on a computer. paʻi (preceded by ke). print style or attribute, as italic or bold. kaila hua. print preview. nāmua paʻi.

printto impress or stamp something in or on something else. kāpala. as something impressed or stamped with a print. lau kāpala.

print shophale paʻi.

printerkanaka paʻi.

printeras for a computer. mīkini paʻi. printer effects. hiʻohiʻona paʻi.

printingpaʻi hakahaka (as contrasted with handwriting). first printing, hoʻokahi o ka paʻi ʻana.

printing pressmīkini paʻi palapala, paʻi palapala, papa paʻi; mīkini paʻi nūpepa (newspaper).

priormamua aʻe.

prioritizeto prioritize, set priorities. hoʻokaʻina makakoho. see priority.

prioritymakakoho. see prioritize. to make something a priority. hoʻomakakoho.

prismʻōpaka.

prismʻōpaka. rectangular prism. ʻōpaka huinahā lōʻihi.

prisonhale paʻahao, hale wai, to put in prison, hoʻopaʻahao.

prisonerpaʻahao, pio.

privatepilikino, ponoʻī. see ex., opinion. private rights, pono pilikino. private school, kula uku. your private parts, kou wahi hilahila.

private landʻalokio, ʻalodio. see public land.

privilegemana, kuleana. see dream.

privilegeor rights, as in a computer network. kuleana. executive privilege, the right of the president to withhold information about his activities from the legislature or judiciary. kuleana lauʻauʻa.

privy₁see private.

privy₂toilet. lua, kiʻona.

privy councilʻaha kūkā malū.

prizemakana, uku. see cherish. to prize, minamina, manaʻo nui, makeʻe, kau nui ka manaʻo; hoʻohulu (for choiceness and rarity).

prize fightkuʻikuʻi, mokomoko, kuʻikuʻi puʻupuʻu, pelēpelē (for sport).

prizedmakamae, nēnē hiwa, wehiwa.

pro rataʻawelika.

pro temalso pro tempore. no ka manawa. president pro tem. pelekikena no ka manawa.

proactiveʻaʻako ʻē

probabilitypahiki. see chance. high probability. pahiki nui. low probability. pahiki liʻiliʻi. experimental probability. pahiki hoʻokolohua. mathematical probability. pahiki makemakika.

probablypaha, pēlā paha, malia, auaneʻi, maliʻa, mākiʻa. probably not, ʻaʻole paha.

probatehoʻokō.

probate courtʻaha kauoha, ʻaha hoʻokō kauoha.

probationhoʻomalu. probation officer, mākaʻi hoʻomalu.

probationin law. hoʻomalu. probation officer. luna hoʻomalu.

probeʻōhiki; ʻoʻe (upward); hōʻoʻe, ʻakiu, nao.

probedentistʻs pick. ʻōhiki kauka niho. to probe. ʻakiu. space probe. ʻakiu lewa lipo.

problem₁difficulty. pilikia, hihia; ʻai paʻa, puʻu (fig.). No problem, ʻaʻole pilikia.

problem₂mental. manaʻohaʻi, nanehaʻi.

problemin math. polopolema. see equation, solve. numerical problem. haʻihelu.

problemalso difficulty, as in the plot of a story. hihia. see resolution.

proboscisas of a butterfly. nūkihu.

procedurehana, hana ʻana, lawelawe ʻana. correct procedure, hana pono.

procedureprocess to follow. kaʻina hana.

proceedhele mua, holo mua; kaʻi like, kaʻi hele (in line).

processhana, ʻano o ka hana ʻana, holo ʻana; palapala kiʻi (legal document). due process of law, kū i ke kānāwai.

processhaʻaliu. see due process, procedure. process(ed) cheese. waiūpaʻa i haʻaliu ʻia. a prefix indicating a process. kā-.

processionhuakaʻi, kaʻi huakaʻi, kakaʻi, ʻōkaʻi, kaʻi. see ghost.

processoras in computer hardware. unu lawelawe. see chip. word processor, as a computer program. polokalamu kikokiko palapala.

pro-choiceadvocating legalized abortion. paikoho. see family planning, pro-life.

proclaimkūkala, kala, kalakū, hoʻopuka, kuahaua, poloʻai; proclaim a law, lāhui (rare).

proclaimermea kala, mea kūkala, lunaʻōlelo.

proclamationpalapala kūkala, kala, kākālana, kuahaua. to call out a proclamation, kalahea. to go forth, issuing a proclamation, kala hele.

procrastinatehoʻopaneʻe. also: kaʻukaʻu, kaʻulua, hoʻolohi, ʻapaʻapa, hoʻoliʻuliʻu, hoʻonāhili, hoʻolalau, napa, hoʻonapa, ʻāpaʻapāna.

procreatehoʻopulapula.

procurekiʻi, loaʻa. also: weʻa, weʻaweʻa.

procurerweʻa, weʻaweʻa.

prodʻōhiki, ʻoʻe, kuʻi, huʻe, hulā, peu, lūkē; prod loose, or sideways, kaiehu.

prodigalhoʻomāunauna, ʻuhaʻuha.

producehua. to produce, loaʻa, hoʻohua.

produceto produce, as a movie or video production. hoʻopuka. see entry below and production. producer. luna hoʻopuka. project producer. luna hoʻopuka papahana.

produceran organism that can make its own food, such as green plants. kāpuka ʻai.

productmea i hana ʻia; hua loaʻa, loaʻa (as in arithmetic).

productin multiplication. hualoaʻa. cross product. hualoaʻa kaupeʻa.

productsomething that has been produced or manufactured. huahana. see household product, input. product manager. luna huahana. dairy product. meaʻai waiū. gross national product, GNP. kumuloaʻa kāʻokoʻa.

productionproduction manager, as for a movie or video production. manakia ʻenehana. see produce. production engineer. luna ʻenehana. assistant production engineer. hope luna ʻenehana. video production crew. limahana paʻi wikiō. factors of production, in economics. lako hoʻopuka.

productivehuahua, māhuahua, hua nui. productive or prolific family, welo hānau.

productive-thinking skillmākau hoʻomohala manaʻo.

profane₁see blaspheme.

profane₂not sacred. noa, laʻa ʻole, kapu ʻole.

profanitysee blaspheme.

professhōʻoia.

professionʻoihana hoʻonaʻauao. one without a profession, kahua ʻole.

professionalʻoihana. professional knowledge, ʻike pili ʻoihana. professional certificate, palapala hōʻoia mākaukau.

professionalalso professionally. ʻoihana. allied health professional. kākoʻo ʻoihana olakino. professional dancer. mea hulahula ʻoihana. professional ly printed. paʻi ʻoihana ʻia.

professional diplomafor teaching. palapala ʻoihana aʻo.

professorialpolopeka.

proficiencymākaukau.

proficientmākaukau, ʻailolo.

profitloaʻa, puka, waiwai hoʻopuka, pōmaikaʻi, huina loaʻa. profit and loss, ka puka ā me ka pohō, ke kumuloaʻa ā me ke kumulilo. without profit, makehewa, pohō wale.

profitkumuloaʻa. see loss.

profitablemakepono, puka pono.

profiteerhoʻopukapuka hewa.

profitlessmakehewa, ʻuʻa, pauʻaka, maʻū wale, pohō wale.

profoundhohonu, kūliʻu, kūkonukonu, kūʻono, liʻu; ʻeliʻeli, ʻaliʻali (as taboo).

progenitormakua aliʻi, makualiʻi, makua.

progenywelo, pua, kamaliʻi, keiki, kawowo, ʻanoʻano. source of progeny, kumu hoʻolaha.

progesteronehōmona pūʻao

prognosticateʻōuli, haʻi ʻōuli, ʻōuli hiki, wānana.

prognosticationʻōuli, ʻōuli hiki, wānana.

programpapa kuhikuhi, papa hōʻike, papa hana, kuhikuhina.

programas for a computer; also application, as in a computer program; also as on TV. polokalamu. see spreadsheet. database program. polokalamu hōkeo ʻikepili. program disk. polokalamu (preceded by ke). program title, as for a TV program. poʻo inoa polokalamu (preceded by ke). space program. polokalamu lewa lipo. to write a computer program. haku polokalamu.

progressholomua, holo i mua, neʻemua, paneʻe i mua, neʻe i mua, hiki mua, hoʻokāʻoi, laua; kāholo (rapidly); kūnoni (slowly). To cause progress, hoʻoholo i mua.

progressivehoʻokāʻoi; ulupono (rare). see progress.

prohibitpāpā, hoʻokapu, lāhui, hōʻole.

prohibitionkapu, pāpā ʻana. prohibition of intoxicants, hōʻole wai ʻona.

project₁protrude. kela. also: kihikihi; ʻau (into the sea); ʻōmuku, hoʻokio, mūkoʻi, halaʻoʻa, wanaoʻa, peleleu, huku, kualapa, ʻōlapalapa, ʻioʻio, ʻou, hōʻouʻou, hōʻoi, koʻi, keʻo; hoʻolele (as pictures). rock that projects, iwi honua.

project₂plan. papa hana.

projectas for a class. pāhana. as in a curriculum program. papahana. ʻōhiʻa project. papahana ʻōhiʻa.

projectionpalapala mahola ʻaina

projectormea hoʻolele kiʻi.

projectorslide projector. mīkini hoʻolele kiʻiaka, mīkini kiʻiaka. see transparency. movie projector. mīkini hoʻolele kiʻiʻoniʻoni, mīkini kiʻiʻoniʻoni.

projectormīkini hoʻolele kiʻi

projectormīkini hoʻolele kiʻi

pro-lifeopposed to abortion; also right to life. paihānau. see family planning, pro-choice.

prolifichānau nui, huahua, weliweli, weweli.

prolixhoʻonui ʻōlelo.

prolonghoʻolōʻihi, hoʻoloa. also: hoʻōeoe, , kōloa, hoʻokauwō (as vowels or sounds); nāʻū (breathing); hoʻoliʻuliʻu, aeae, hoʻoniau.

promenadeholoholo.

prominencessolar prominences, puffs of gas which gently drift above the surface of the sun. puapuaʻi .

prominentʻoi, kiʻekiʻe, ahuwale. also: koʻikoʻi, keha, kūlana, meʻe, lae lua, ʻōʻili lua, kalalea, kaʻokaʻo, kiʻi maka nunui. see saying, kalalea.

promiscuouspili me kēlā me kēia. also: pipine, palemo, kuʻulala, lelele; ʻō-lau-niu (fig.). see saying, lelepā. promiscuous male, puaʻa laho, lahokū, mamo na kama-puaʻa. promiscuous female, haka kau a ka manu (see haka).

promiseʻōlelo paʻa, ʻōlelo hoʻohiki. to promise, hoʻohiki.

promissory notepila hōʻaiʻē, palapala hōʻaiʻē.

promontorylae, ʻōlae, ʻoiʻoina.

promotehoʻopiʻi, piʻi aʻe (as in a job); hoʻoholo i mua, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, hoʻopaipai. see advertise.

promotionhoʻopiʻi, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, hoʻopaipai.

prompthikiwawe, ʻeleu, mikiʻala, miki; kono (remind).

prompton time. (i ka) hola kūpono.

promulgatehoʻolaha.

pronemoe pālaha, moe, kīpapa, kāhela.

prongof electrical plug. niho palaka. two-pronged plug. palaka niho lua. three-pronged plug. palaka niho kolu.

pronounpaniinoa (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry).

pronouniʻoa

pronounpapani₂

pronouniʻoa

pronouncehoʻopuka.

pronunciationhopuna, hopuna ʻōlelo, hoʻopuka ʻana, puana.

pronunciationpuana.

proofhōʻoiaʻiʻo, hōʻike.

proofin math. kūkulu hōʻoia. see verify.

proofreadheluhelu hoʻoponopono.

proofreadloihape. see Hawaiian entries under kaha for proofreading symbols.

proofspaʻi ʻana no ka hoʻoponopono (of printing).

propkoʻo, kia, unu, paepae, kākoʻo. to prop with a pole, hoʻokoʻo.

propagandahoʻolaha manaʻo.

propagandakalapepelo.

propagateto propagate plants or breed animals. haʻakipu. see breed.

propagationhoʻolaha, hoʻoulu. means of propagation, kumu hoʻolaha. propagation of the faith, hoʻolaha manaʻoʻiʻo.

propanepōpene.

propellerhuila hoʻoneʻe; pelemakani (Niʻihau).

propeller bladeepaepa huila.

properkūpono, , pono, nihinihi.

proper nounhaʻiinoa pili kahi.

proper nouniʻoa

proper nouniʻoa

propertywaiwai, pono, kuleana, loaʻa; ʻano pili (as of a number). see saying, heaven. inherited property, waiwai hoʻoilina. personal property, waiwai lewa. stripped of property, huhuhune.

propertydistinctive attribute, as of a number, in math. ʻanopili (preceded by ke). associative property. ʻanopili hoʻolike. chemical property. ʻanopili kemikala. commutative property. ʻanopili kaʻina hoʻi hope. distributive property. ʻanopili hoʻoili. equality property. ʻanopili kaulike. grouping property. ʻanopili hoʻopūʻulu. number property. ʻanopili helu. one property. ʻanopili ʻekahi. opposites property. ʻanopili o ka ʻēkoʻa. zero property. ʻanopili ʻole. zero property of multiplication. ʻanopili ʻole o ka hoʻonui.

prophasekaʻamahana haku

prophesywānana; wālana, ulana (rare).

prophetkāula, makāula. prophet of evil, waha ʻawa.

prophetesskāula wahine.

propitiatesee placate.

proportionlakio like. simple proportion, lakio like kaukahi. well-proportioned, kolopū, huakē.

proportionalso proportional, in math. lākiō like. constant of proportion ality. lākiō anapuni.

proposalnoi. see propose. proposal of marriage, noi male.

proposehoʻolale, noi. propose marriage, noi male.

propositionkumumanaʻo.

proprietorhaku, ʻona, mea.

propsas for a play, movie, or video production. pono kahua. props master. luna pono kahua. props needed. pono kahua e pono ai.

prosecutehoʻopiʻi.

prosecuting attorneyalso prosecutor, plaintiff attorney. loio hoʻopiʻi. see defense attorney, plaintiff.

prosecutionthe prosecuting party in a court case. ʻaoʻao hoʻopiʻi. see defense, prosecutor.

prosecutorloio hoʻokolokolo, mea hoʻopiʻi.

prosecutoralso prosecuting attorney, plaintiff attorney. loio hoʻopiʻi. see defense attorney.

proselytehoʻohulihuli, kāʻana.

prosit!kāmau!

prosperhoʻowaiwai, lako, hoʻokūʻonoʻono. also: pōmaikaʻi, pono, lālāwai, kūloaʻa, polohuku, pōkeokeo, koʻū. see saying, manu₁.

prostituteno equivalent in ancient times. wahine hoʻokamakama, wahine laikini, wahine pākaukau, wahine moekolohe. see kūkaeuli.

prostratemoe.

prostrationmoe. prostration taboo, kapu moe, kapu ā moe.

protégéluhi.

protecthoʻomalu, hoʻomāmalu, hoʻomaluhia, hoʻopakele, pale, palekana, panekana; hoʻopālama, mālama.

protectedhoʻomaluhia, māmalu, malu; ʻōpele (by taboo); mālama ʻia, pale ʻia, aumoa.

protectedwrite protected, as a computer file or disk. hoʻopale kākau ʻia.

protectionmalu. also: māmalu, malumalu, ʻalama, mea kiaʻi, pale, lulu. protection of the gods, malumalu akua. it is protection for going in the sun, he malumalu hele lā. protection of the house of , māmalu hale o Kū. chiefly protection, lulu aliʻi. fire protection, pale ahi. to bring under the care or protection of, hoʻomalu.

protectiveprotective glasses or goggles. makaaniani kaupale.

protectoratehoʻomalu ʻana.

proteinkumuʻiʻo, polokina.

protestkūʻē, hōʻole, , keʻu, kīpoʻi, hoʻokē.

ProtestantHōʻole Pope, kūʻē i ka Pope.

Protistaʻauola kumufkahi

protocolin a computer system. leakaʻaʻike.

protonhuna ʻāne. see electron, neutron.

protozoaporotozoa.

protractorana huina. right-angle protractor. ana huina kūpono.

protrudeʻoiʻoi, huku, hoʻohuku, ʻou. also: kiʻei, ʻōkū, ʻōhū, puʻu, manana, hākau, naʻanaʻa, hoʻonaʻanaʻa, kio, ʻoʻoi, puʻuhaku, hakē, kalalea, pōhuku, waka. protruding tooth, niho keu. protruding lips, nuku puʻu, puʻu ka nuku, ʻeʻewa.

protuberancepuʻu. also: kio, huku, pēheu, maka, lanahua, ʻōhū, ōnū, muni; hukuliʻi (small).

proudhaʻaheo, haʻakei, hākei, kaena (usually favorable); hoʻokano, hoʻokiʻekiʻe, naʻau hoʻokiʻekiʻe (usually unfavorable). also: heo, hoʻoheo, haʻakoi, kalalī, hoʻēheu, hoʻokehakeha, kaha, haha, hoʻohehelo, pahilolo, keʻo, keʻokeʻo, piʻilae, kū ka ihu. see pride. The cloud billow stands proudly in the high air, ʻōpua haʻaheo i ka lewa.

provehōʻoiaʻiʻo, hoʻokūʻiʻo.

proveto check, verify. hōʻoia.

proverbʻōlelo noʻeau, ʻōlelo akamai.

providehoʻolako, hoʻonoho; hoʻākaaka (state). provided for by this law, hoʻomākaukau ʻia ma kēia kānāwai (see mākaukau).

providedeia nō naʻe hoʻi (legal).

providentmakauliʻi.

providermea hoʻolako, hānai, kāpuhi; makua (fig.).

provincepanalāʻau (colony), mokuʻāina (as in Canada); kuleana (affair).

provisionalkūikawā. provisional government, aupuni kūikawā.

provisionslako, ō. to issue provisions, hoʻolako, hoʻāʻipuʻupuʻu.

provokehoʻoukiuki, hoʻonāukiuki, hoʻohae, nanā, hoʻohana, hoʻolale, hoʻonāulu, hoʻohoa. to provoke trouble, hālua; hoʻohaunaele (panic).

provostas of a college or university. luna kulanui. see chancellor, president.

prowihu.

proxyhope, pani hakahaka.

prudentakahele, nihi.

prune₁fruit. puluna.

prune₂trim. paʻipaʻi, ʻokiʻoki.

PrussianPelukia.

pryune, ʻōhiki. also: ue, uma, ʻoʻe, hulā, ina, ine, hoʻomahiki, ho'ohiki, kuʻu; pry open, ʻuwehe. to pry limpets loose, kuʻi ʻopihi. to pry into the bad of the past, ʻōhikihiki. to pry into others' affairs, ʻonou wale aku nō i kō haʻi kuleana; pāhiʻuhiʻu.

pryalso lever, to pry, as with a lever. une.

ps

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psalmhalelū; Samori (1823, rare). to sing psalms, halelū.

psalterypekalakelia, kuolokani, wiola ʻumi.

pseudonestor xanthophrysMaui parrotbill. kīkēkoa.

pseudonyminoa kapakapa.

pshawchā, . (Gram. 7.5, 12).

psychiatristkauka hoʻoponopono noʻonoʻo (see hoʻoponopono).

psychologykālainoʻonoʻo

psychomotor domainas relating to the learning process. pōʻai ʻonina kino. see domain.

psychosismaʻi ʻōhewahewa; nahoa (rare).

psychoticʻōpulepule, ʻōhewahewa.

psychrometerana kawaūea kūlua. see hygrometer. sling psychrometer. maʻa ana kawaūea kūlua.

pu

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pubescencehoʻoheu. see saying, limu₁.

publiclehulehu; ākea. open to the public, hāmama ʻia i ka lehulehu. public school, kula aupuni. to lay before the public, hōʻike ākea, hoʻākea, hōʻike i mua o ka lehulehu. to take a public stand, kū ākea.

public landʻāina no ka lehulehu. see private land.

publicanluna ʻauhau.

publicationpuke i paʻi ʻia, paʻi ʻana.

publicistmea hoʻolaulaha. see publicize.

publicityhoʻolaha, hoʻolaulaha. publicity seeker, imi hoʻokaulana.

publicizehoʻolaulaha, hoʻokū ākea, paʻēpaʻē.

publicizehoʻolaulaha. see publicist.

publiclylaulā, ākea.

publishpaʻi, hoʻolaha. Who published the book? Na wai i paʻi i ka puke?

publishas in a computer program. hoʻopuka. see release, update.

publishermea paʻi, luna hoʻopuka.

publishing househale paʻi.

puckerpuku, puʻu. also: mōkio, liki, ʻānuhenuhe, hoʻoʻiʻika, hōʻekekeʻi. to pucker the lips, puʻu ka waha, minoi, mīnoinoi, kaniuli. to pucker and unpucker the lips, piolo.

puddingpukini (Eng.). kinds of Hawaiian puddings: haupia, ʻaʻahokau (coconut cream and cornstarch, formerly arrowroot); kūlolo, piele (taro, sweet potato, yam, banana, breadfruit with coconut cream); pālau, kōʻelepālau (sweet potato and coconut cream); haukō (arrowroot, coconut cream, sugar-cane juice).

puddlekiʻo. also: hāloko, lahalaha wai, hāpuna. puddles, māloʻi, lokoloko. mud puddle, kiʻo lepo, āloʻi.

puddlehālokoloko.

PuebloPuepelo, Puebelo.

Porto RicoPokoliko, Poto Riko.

Puerto Ricoalso Puerto Rican. Pokoliko.

puffhaʻu, haʻuhaʻu, nui ka hanu, puhi; ʻumoʻumoki (as on a cigar or pipe); hakuʻi (as smoke); uhāuhā (as a dog or wind); puff sonorously, ʻūhīʻūhā; puff for breath, nae, naenae; puff out, puhaʻu, ʻolopū, nunu. puff of smoke, pōpō uahi.

puffʻuhī

puffʻuhī

puffballa kind of mushroom. melehune pōpōehu.

puffer fishākēkē, ʻoʻopu hue, puʻuōlaʻi.

puffinʻaʻo. see saying, ʻaʻo.

puffinpupē, manu pupē.

pug dogʻīlio koki.

pug noseihu kū, kekeko, keko, nūkoki.

pugilistkuʻi lima, mokomoko, kualapehu.

pugnaciouspuni hakakā.

puka shellssee lei pūpū puka.

pullhuki; pull up, uhuki, ʻunuʻunu; pull obliquely, kiwi; pull away from, nanahuki; pull back steadily, as a line, ʻāwala; pull taut, as a fishline, kōmi; pull along, kaualakō, alakō; pull hard or frequently, huhuki, uhuki, hukihuki; pull together, huki like, ʻunu; pull away, as in anger, oi; pull out, as hairs or beard, muʻo koli, melu, ʻōhuʻi; pull down, as eyelid, hoʻohelei, helei ( a sign of contempt). also: , kōkō, lolia, hulei, pane, uhu, ʻuʻu, ʻumi, ue, koi, alaʻume; kolo (as a seine); ʻāʻili, kaʻi (as weeds). to pull opening of the net, hukia ka waha o ka ʻupena. to pull on a paddle, kā i ka hoe. pull a tooth, huki i ka niho.

pulletpiopio moa wahine, ohi moa wahine, ʻouo.

pulleykaʻa, pokakaʻa.

pullinghukina, kāʻiliʻili.

pull-uphukialewa, hukialewa pohoalo. see chin-up.

pulmonary arteryaʻa puʻuwai akemāmā. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa puʻuwai.

pulmonary veinaʻa kino akemāmā. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa kino.

pulpʻiʻo, pahē (of fruit). reduced to a pulp, paluhē.

pulpitʻāwai.

pulsatepana, koni, konikoni, panau.

pulsepana, aʻa koni, aʻalele. to take the pulse, nānā i ka pana.

pulsepana. see beat, pulse rate, heart rate. helu pana puʻuwai.

pulverizehoʻōkaoka, hoʻopē, hōʻae, hoʻopuhalu.

pulverizedpalahē, pīhelehele, paluhē; punapuna (rare). see bait.

pumiceʻana, ʻana ōlaʻi, ōlaʻi, huleʻia. also: hāpou, lei ole, au, hoʻōne, hau; ʻana ʻalaea (red), ʻōahi (pink); elehu (ash-colored).

pummelkuʻi pehi, hākuʻi. see saddle horn.

pumppauma. water pump, pauma wai. bilge pump, omo liu.

pumpalso to pump, as air or water. pāuma. see valve. air pump, as for tires. pāuma ea, pāuma paikikala.

pumpkinpalaʻai, ipu pū, . see pie. pumpkin-bellied, ʻōpū palaʻai. pumpkin poi, poi palaʻai.

pumpkinpūpalaʻai

pumpkinpūpalaʻai

pumpskāmaʻa hila

pumpskāmaʻa hila

punhoʻopili ʻōlelo ʻano like. see ex., hoi₁, pulu₅.

PunaPuna. see carefully, kava, pandanus, perfume, sea, (UL 104).

punch₁strike. kuʻi, kuʻina, kukuʻi. paper punch, pāniki. metal punch, hao hou puka. punch doubly hard, kuʻi lua, hiu i ka puʻupuʻu.

punch₂beverage. mea inu; wai hua ʻai (fruit).

punchhole punch, as for paper. pāniki pepa.

punctualkū i ka manawa kūpono.

punctuatehoʻokomo kiko.

punctuatealso punctuation mark. kaha kiko.

punctuationkiko. punctuation mark, kiko, kaha; kiko hoʻomaha (indicative of a pause.) manual of punctuation, aʻo kiko.

puncturepuka, ʻou; kū i ke kui (as a tire punctured by a nail); moku (as a cut tire).

pungentalso sharp, as the smell of ammonia or vinegar. wiʻu.

punishhoʻopaʻi; pāniki (rare).

punklāʻau pauka makika (for mosquitoes).

punninghoʻopilipili ʻōlelo. see pun.

punyʻukiki, ʻōwali, ʻōmali, palakai, hōmī, hīnawenawe, holili, hua liʻi.

puppyʻīlio keiki.

pupaalso pupal. pupa. to pupate. moeapupa.

pupil₁scholar. haumana, haumāna. new pupil, haumana komo hou. head pupil in a hula school, poʻopuaʻa.

pupil₂part of eye. ʻōnohi maka, kiʻi ʻōnohi. dark pupil of the eye, kāhiwa uli (rare).

puppetpāpeka, pāpeta, kiʻi lima. see marionette.

purchasemea kūʻai. to purchase, kūʻai mai. purchased, lilo.

purchase orderPO. palapala ʻoka kūʻai.

puremaʻemaʻe. also: hemolele, huali, ʻano lani, aʻiaʻi, pōlani. pure-blooded, piha. pure Hawaiian, Hawaiʻi piha.

purgativelaʻau nahā, pakelo. see laxative, medicine. Among the plants listed by (Blaisdell) used as purgatives are ʻākia, ʻaloe, hala, hau, ʻilima, ipu ʻawaʻawa, kāʻeʻe, kaliko, kalo, koali ʻawa, kuawa, kukui, maiʻa, moa, pānini ʻawaʻawa, pilikai, pōhuehue. to act as a purgative, nahā. purgatives: kūkapihe, welo, hoʻoilo.

purgatorylua ahi hoʻomaʻemaʻe, kahi hoʻomaʻemaʻe, pulekakoli.

purge₁Biblical. hoʻomaʻemaʻe (Oihn. 2.34.5), huikala (Hal. 51.7) , holoi (Ezek. 20.38) .

purge₂of bowels. hoʻohī, , hahu, hahuhahu, hehu, haha, hoʻohahu, lele wai.

purificationhoʻomaʻemaʻe ʻana. see purify. purification day, lā huikala. purification festivities, hiʻuwai.

purifyhoʻomaʻemaʻe. also: huikala, lele uli; hoʻopapa (as a woman after childbirth); purify with water, lele wai, hāwai, kai ʻōlena; purify with salt water, kapu kai, kapukapu kai, pī kai, pī kai ʻōlena, pī kai kea.

PuritanPulikana.

puritymaʻemaʻe.

purlinʻaho. main house purlin, keʻa, ʻahopueo. horizontal purlin, ʻahokele. thatch support purlin, ʻaʻaho, ʻahopiʻo kuahui, ʻahohui.

purpleponi, mākuʻe. see lavender. purplish-blue (as sea, clouds), pōpolohua.

purposekumu. also: mea, pono, mākia, hope. one purpose, person of fixed purpose, kiakahi. to go without purpose, hele wale.

purrnonolo, nīao.

purse₁bag. ʻEkeʻeke, ʻekeʻeke paʻa lima, ʻeke kālā, ʻaʻa moni, hīpuʻu, paiki.

purse₂see pucker.

pursealso suitcase. pāiki, pāisi. coin purse. ʻeke kenikeni (preceded by ke).

purseʻeke kālā

purseʻeke kālā

purserkupakako (ship).

purslanepoʻe, ʻākulikuli kula.

pursuehahai, hai, alualu. also: hiu (with energy); uhai ā holo (swiftly); kauholo (to harm). see saying, pīʻoeʻoe.

pursuitʻāhaʻi ʻana.

puspalahēhē.

pushpahu; push along, neʻe, paneʻe, neʻeneʻe; push with elbows and shoulders, kuke kū, kuʻe, hoʻokuʻekuʻe; push over, kulaʻi, kūnaʻi, hoʻopalaha, kūnaʻina, kulaʻina; push up, peu (but see push-up); push aside, pale, , hoʻokē, hoʻokō, huʻe aʻe, uai, papalena, kuʻekuʻena; push with a pole, koʻo. also: papahu, pāuma, uma, huʻe, hoʻohakē, , hoʻokē, , kōkō; lale, hoʻolale (urge); naku, nakunaku (as through mud); hoʻokoʻokoʻo, hou, kulaʻilua, kuke, ʻonou. to push ahead, regardless of consequences, ʻonou poʻo, oko.

pushpahu, pohu. push cart. kaʻa pahu.

pushcartkaʻa pahu.

pushinghuʻena; pahuna (as a spear); kulaʻina (over). jerky pushing motion, helo.

push-upkoʻo lima.

pushupalso to do pushups. koʻo lima.

putkau (for various uses, see kau₁); put on, as clothes, komo, komo lole, komo ā paʻa, ʻaʻahu; kāʻai (as armor); put out, as a fire, kinai, hoʻopio; put down, waiho, hoʻokuʻu, kuʻu; put up, kūkulu; put in, hoʻokomo, hoʻokomokomo, ʻōʻō, hoʻō, hahao; put forward, kaupē; put together, hoʻopili, uhaku; put on wrong, komohewa; komo humuhumu (inside out); put aside, as for safe-keeping, hoʻāhu; kīloa (rare). put out fires, kinai ahi. put on a hat, pāpale, kau pāpale. put on glasses, kāpili makaaniani. put out a light, kinai i ke kukui. put on the light, hōʻā i ke kukui.

put awayto put away, as in a computer program. hoʻokaʻawale. see cancel, undo.

put into insert, as a disk into a computer. hoʻokomo. to put in order or sequence. hoʻokaʻina. see alphabetize.

put onto put on makeup. hoʻouʻiuʻi, hoʻonaninani.

put togetherto put together, as a model. kāpili. see manufacture. to put together a model airplane. kāpili kūkohu mokulele.

putrefactionaerobic putrefaction or decomposition. ka hoʻohā popopo eaea ʻana. see putrefied. anaerobic putrefaction or decomposition. ka hoʻohā popopo eaea ʻole ʻana.

putrefieddecomposed. hāpopopo. see putrefaction. to decompose or putrefy something. hoʻohāpopopo.

putridpilau, palahō.

puttypake.

puttypake. putty knife. pahi pake.

puzzlehoʻopohihihi, hoʻopāhaʻohaʻo, nane, pāʻani kohokoho.

puzzlenane. crossword puzzle. nane huaʻōlelo. jigsaw puzzle. nane ʻāpana. number puzzle. nane huahelu.

puzzlenane ʻāpana

puzzlenane ʻāpana

puzzledkāhāhā, kūnānā, haʻohaʻo. to make puzzled, hoʻohaʻohaʻo.

puzzlinghoʻonanenane, haʻohaʻo, pāhaʻohaʻo.

py

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pyelitiskīkala hāneʻeneʻe.

pygargkikona.

pyorrheawaina. medicine for pyorrhea, kuakala.

pyramidpūʻoʻa, pelamika, paʻaʻili hā (old term). pyramid of Egypt, puʻu pelamika oʻAikupika.

pyramidpyramid shape. pelamika. energy pyramid. pelamika ikehu. as in Egypt. puʻu pelamika.

Pyrexpaileki. Pyrex test tube. hano hoʻokolohua paileki.

pyrogallolpairogalola.

Pythagoreanalso Pythagoras. Paekakoleo. Pythagorean theorum, in math. manaʻohaʻi o Paekakoleo.

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