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sno Hawaiian term.

-sthe plural is shown in Hawaiian by the particles , nāhi, mau, poʻe, kau, wahi, ona, and the 0-possessives. (Gram. 9.6.3., 10.4).

-ʻssee of.

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SabaothKāpāōka.

SabbathKāpaki, Sabati.

sabotagehoʻopōʻino malū.

sack₁bag. ʻeke; ʻekeʻeke (small); ʻeke kūkaenalo (flour, unbleached muslin).

sack₂plunder. pōwā, luku.

sack raceheihei ʻeke.

sackclothkapa ʻinoʻino, lole lauoho.

sacramentkakelema, kakelemeneka, kakalema. see Holy Communion.

SacramentoKakalameko.

sacredkapu. also: laʻa, laʻahia, ano, hoʻāno, ʻihi, hōʻihi, ʻiu, hōʻiu, poʻiu, ʻula. sacred things of day, laʻa kea. sacred enclosure, pālama. sacred place, wahi kapu, hei kapu, wahi laʻa.

Sacred HeartPuʻuwai Hoʻāno, Puʻuwai Laʻahia.

sacrednessʻihikapu

sacrednessʻihikapu

sacrificemohai (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: kaumaha, mōlia, mōliaola, haina, hai, hei, hai ao, papaiō; ʻōlapa (for sorcery); heʻa (blood); kākuʻai (food). human sacrifice, kanaka, ulua, heana, puaʻa heʻa, puaʻa hinu, hinu, puaʻa wāwae loa (see wāwae), ʻoma, haʻalelea, ukoʻo. place of sacrifice, heiau, haiau, lele, ʻaoa. one who sacrifices himself, mōliaola. seekers of sacrifice, makāla ulua. rod held by priest in sacrifice, kaʻaha.

sacrilegehehi kū i ke kapu; kakilileke (Catholic).

sacroiliac strainkīkala hāneʻeneʻe.

sadkaumaha, luʻuluʻu, ʻaoa, ʻinoʻino, ʻehaʻeha; kaumaha lua (extremely). see grief. also: pilihua, niniu, niuaua, malāoa. to cause sadness, hoʻokaumaha.

saddlenoho lio; pack saddle, noho ʻāmana. to saddle, hauhoa.

saddlepack saddle. noho ʻāmana.

saddle blanketpale lio.

saddle hornmakuʻu, ʻōmuku, ʻōkumu.

saddle horselio holo noho.

saddle shoeoxford. kāmaʻa ʻili helei.

Sadra star. Hikiwawe.

safe₁not in danger. palekana, panekana, malu, maluhia. also: kūola, mānalo, kuakapu, kūkaʻawe.

safe₂depository. pahu hao, pahu pā, pahu kālā, halepā.

safe sexalso to practice safe sex. ai palekana. see unprotected sex.

safetymaluhia, palekana, panekana, malu. place of safety, puʻuhonua.

safetyin football. ʻāwaʻa. strong safety. ʻāwaʻa muku. weak safety. āwaʻa lala.

safety glassesalso protective glasses. makaaniani kaupale.

safety lineas in a spacecraft. kaula piko.

safety pinkui kaiapa, pine kaiapa.

safety pinpine kaiapa.

safflowermamo.

saffronkeloko. see turmeric.

sagʻalu, ʻaluʻalu. also: ʻolo, ʻoloʻolo, heʻe, heheʻe, luʻa, kūʻolo, luhe; ʻōluheluhe (as a potbelly); lule, mūʻolo; ʻoloʻolōna (under a weight); hūalakē, hoʻokalekale, kalekale, ʻopeʻalu, paleha, pēheu, kōkīkī, puhalu, halu, uhalu.

sage₁wise man. ʻelemakule ʻimi loa. see seer.

sage₂plant. kako, līlīlehua.

sagittalhoai kaupaku.

sagokeko.

SaharaWestern Sahara, Western Saharan. Sahara Komohana.

saidsee say. it is said, ʻōlelo ʻia. said to be, pau (see idiom, pau).

sail₁as a ship. holo, hoʻoholo, hoholo, kele, hoʻokele; hoʻokelekele (frequently); holomoku, hoʻoholomoku, holokai, holomoana. also: kūkele, kikihi, leleaoa. see drift. to go for a sail, holoholo. to sail to leeward, kaʻalalo. to sail to windward, kaʻaluna, hoʻopiʻipiʻi; hoʻopāhuʻa (rare). to sail around, holo puni. to sail swiftly, holo kikī. to sail aimlessly, holoholo wale, auhele. to sail cautiously, akaholo. to sail off and on, pōʻala, kaʻalewa. to sail to foreign parts, holokahiki. sail on distant seas, ʻau i ke kai loa (of one who travels far).

sail₂noun , peʻa. also: lauoha, ʻōpeʻapeʻa; kālepa, ʻōpihipihi (mats). see jib sail, mainsail, topsail. long sail, peʻa oe. to make sails, humu peʻa.

sailto sail directly downwind. kele kaʻalalo. see beam reach (port)..., broad reach (port)..., close hauled (port)...

sail ho!kēlō!

sail on a sailboatholo moku peʻa

sail on a sailboatholo moku peʻa

sailfishaʻu, aʻu lepe.

sailingholona, niau. see sail. sailing regulations, nā lula e pili ana i nā moku.

sailing vesselmoku peʻa.

sailorkelamoku, kela, holomoku. also: luina, ʻaukai, ʻaumoana, holokahiki, holokai. experienced sailor, ʻīlioʻaukai.

saiminkaimine.

saintkaneka, saneta; kāna, sana; poʻe hemolele. patron saint, pakelona.

Saint HelenaKāna Helena, Sana Helena.

Saint HelensMount Saint Helens. Mauna Kana Helena, Mauna Sana Helena.

Saint JosephKāna ʻIokepa, Sana Iosepa.

Saint LouisKāna Lui, Sana Lui. Saint Louis High School, ke Kula Kiʻekiʻe o Kana Lui.

Saint PeterKāna Pekelo, Sana Petero.

saintlyhemolele.

sakepono.

saladlau ʻai.

salad dressingmea hōʻonoʻono lau ʻai.

salamanderkalamena, salamena. red-backed salamander. kalamena kuaʻula.

salaryuku hana. to pay salary, uku hana. salary schedule, papa kuhikuhi uku.

salekūʻai aku, kūʻai hoʻolilo; kūʻai hoʻēmi (reduction sale). for sale, mea kūʻai aku. special sale, kūʻai hoʻēmi kūikawā.

salealso to be or put on sale. kūʻaiemi. sale price. kāki kūʻaiemi.

SalemKalema, Salema.

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

sales taxʻauhau no nā mea kūʻai.

sales taxʻauhau kumukūʻai.

salesmankanaka kūʻai aku, kālepa. see traveling salesman.

salinepaʻakai; ʻōmiko (as soil near the sea).

salivakuha, hāʻae, ʻae, wale wai.

salivaalso salivary. hāʻae. see salivary gland.

salivary glandlōkuʻu hāʻae.

sallowʻōlenalena.

sally overkaleʻoa.

salmonkāmano. canned salmon, kāmano kini. salted salmon, kāmano paʻakai. mashed salmon, kāmano lomi. sea salmon, kamanu. salmon buttocks, ʻōkole kāmano, ʻamo kāmano [both names mock the skin of white people]; ʻamo, anal opening [jokingly replaces ʻōkole because amo occurs in the name keamolewa, klamath, oregon, where hawaiians went for salmon fishing]. (Salmon was used in sorcery, perhaps because of the similarity of its name to kāmanomano, a weed used in love magic.) compare -mano, many

SalonikaKalonika, Salonika.

saloonhale inu lama.

salsifykalapī.

saltpaʻakai. to salt, kāpī, kōpī, hoʻomiko, kāmala. ocherous earth used to color and flavor salt, ʻalaea. salt thus treated, paʻakai ʻulaʻula. salt bed, ālialia, ālia, hāhāpaʻakai. salt flat, papa paʻakai (fig., sour disposition). salt-encrusted, ālia, ālialia, paʻapaʻakai, pāpaʻa kai, niʻi. sea water left in pool to form a salt crust by evaporation, kai hoʻolulu. salt container, saltcellar, poho paʻakai, ipu kūliʻu. to salt pork, kāpī puaʻa. to roll in salt, kaʻa paʻakai. to gather salt, hāhāpaʻakai.

saltepsom salt. paʻakai ʻepesoma. nutrient salt s, the deposits that remain after a liquid has been removed. paʻamāhuaola.

Salt Lake CityLoko Paʻakai.

salt pankāheka, makapāpipi (natural); kāhekaheka (artificial).

salt porkpuaʻa paʻakai, puaʻa kāpī. to salt pork, kāpī puaʻa.

salt shakerpoho lūlū paʻakai, poho paʻakai.

saltedmiko, maliʻu (well salted); mikomiko (lightly). salted meat, kākāmaka (raw); kākāmoʻa (cooked).

saltshauʻeli. see smelling salts.

saltyliʻu, ālia, ālialia; ʻōmiko (as soil near the sea).

salty waterwai kai. to desalinate/desalinize salty water. hoʻomānalo wai kai.

salutationaloha. also: welina, weli, ʻanoʻai.

salutehōʻailona hoʻomaikaʻi, hāʻawi i ka hōʻailona hoʻomaikaʻi. gun salute, pū aloha, pū hoʻohanohano. to salute the flag, hoʻomaikaʻi i ka hae.

saluteuē₂

saluteuē₂

SalvadorKalawakoa, Salawadoa; Kalawekoa, Salawedoa.

SalvadorEl Salvador, Salvadoran, Salvadorian. ʻEla Salavadora.

salvationola, ola mau loa.

Salvation ArmyPūʻali Hoʻōla.

salvelāʻau hamo.

samelike, like pū, kohu like, hoʻokahi. same as ever, same as usual, ʻoia mau nō. same to you, me ʻoe pū. the same father, hoʻokahi nō makua kāne. at the same time, hoʻokahi, i ka manawa hoʻokahi. it's the same result, ʻoia ana nō.

SamoaKāmoa, Haʻamoa.

Sāmoaalso Sāmoan. Kāmoa, Haʻamoa. American Sāmoa, American Sāmoan. Kāmoa ʻAmelika, Haʻamoa ʻAmelika.

SamoanKāmoa, Haʻamoa, mea Kāmoa.

samplemea hōʻikeʻike ʻuʻuku.

sampleas a small part of a larger whole. hāpana. composite sample. hāpana huihuina. random sample. hāpana pono koho. sampling methods. kiʻina ʻohi hāpana.

sample spacethe set of all possible outcomes of an experiment, in math. ʻōpaʻa hopena.

San FranciscoKapalakiko.

San JoaquinKāna ʻIōkina, Sana Iokina; Waikini.

San MiquelKāna Mikuela, Sana Miguela.

San PedroKāna Pekelo, Sana Petero.

sanctifyhoʻokapu, hoʻolaʻa, hoʻāno.

sanctimonioushoʻohaipule i ke ʻano hoʻokamani, hoʻomikanele.

sanctionhoʻāpono.

sanctuarywahi hoʻāno, keʻena kapu, wahi kanaaho, wahi kanaho, puʻuhonua.

sandone. white sand, one kea, ōkea, kea. black cindery sand, paʻu ahi. black lava sand, one ʻā. fine sand, one ʻaeʻae, hune one. sand beach, kahaone, ʻae one, papa kea. sand heap, puʻu one. sand pellets, kūkae ʻōhiki. wet sand, one maka. sand washed by the sea, one hali, one ʻōpiopio. sand near fresh water, one wai. to sand, hoʻōne. sands of my birth, kuʻu one hānau (poetic).

sand barpuʻe one.

sand castlehale puʻeone

sand castlekākela one

sand castlehale puʻeone

sand crabʻōhiki.

sand cultureʻoulu one.

sand dunepuʻe one, puʻu one, āhua one.

sand hopperʻuku kai, ʻuku limu.

sand paperpepa one

sand paperpepa one

sand spurrymimiʻīlio.

sandalkāmaʻa hāwele, kāmaʻa hakahaka, pale wāwae, kāmaʻa pale wāwae; kāmaʻa ʻie (braided); kāmaʻa lāʻī, pālaha, kuanaka (ti-leaf).

sandalwoodʻiliahi, ʻaoa, lāʻau ʻala, ʻiliahialoʻe, wahieʻala, huaʻulaʻula. false or bastard sandalwood, naio. wood of naio, ʻaʻaka. scion or shoot of sandalwood, aʻaahi.

sandbankāhua one, kumuone.

sanderlinghunakai.

sandpaperpepa kalakala.

sandpiperupupā.

sandstonekumuone.

sandstonepōhāone.

sandwichnā palaoa me nā mea hōʻonoʻono i waena.

sandwichkanauika. see filling.

sandyoneone, ʻāone, one; onena (rare).

sanemaikaʻi ka noʻonoʻo.

sanitariumsee hospital.

sanitarymaʻemaʻe loa.

sanitary napkinkīʻamo, mea hume.

sanitary padNiʻihau usage. palemaʻi. see underpants.

sanitationkūlana o ke ola.

Santa BarbaraKāna Palapala, Sana Barabara.

Santa ClaraKāna Kalala, Sana Kalara.

Santa ClausKanakaloka.

Santa CruzKāna Kaluka, Sana Karuza.

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

sapkohu, wai, wale, wale hau, wai lāʻau, kaikea; ʻae (from seaweed or leaves); pēkaʻa, kulukuluʻā (from green kukui nuts).

sapkohu.

saplingkumulāʻau ʻōpiopio.

sapphirekapaea, sapaea; kapeila, kapeilo, sapeiro, kapila, sapira.

SaracenKalekena.

Saran Wrapany plastic film for wrapping food. wahī ʻea.

sarcasmʻōlelo hōʻeha ʻano ʻuhiʻuhi ʻia, kūʻakū.

sarcastickīkoʻolā, pākīkē. also: hōʻaikola, hoʻonāʻaikola, kīkoi, kūʻakū.

sardinemakalē; kālina (rare).

SardiniaKakinia, Sadinia.

sardiuskalekio.

sardonyxkalekonuka.

sarongpāʻū, kīkepa; lukaluka (for men); hauʻina (dyed with ʻōlena). see ex., sea. sarong festooned with leaves or ferns, pāʻū heihei. to bind on a sarong, kākua; kihi o ka mahina (a special way).

sarongpareu

sarongpareu

sartoriusa muscle crossing the anterior portion of the upper leg. mākala kaʻakepa ʻūhā.

sashkāʻai, kāʻei.

sassafrassasapalasa.

SatanKākana.

satchelpaiki; kīʻeke (rare).

sateenkākīnia, kākini.

satelliteukali, poelele. see long duration exposure facility. satellite star. hōkū ukali.

satellite starhōkū ukali.

satiatedhoʻolawa ʻana; māʻona piha, ana, kenakena, ʻokukuli (with food); ʻaikena (to the point of sickness)

satietylawa pono, māʻona hoʻoili, māʻona piha. see idiom, hewa₄.

satinpāhoehoe. brocaded satin, pāhoehoe lau.

satireʻōlelo pāhenehene.

satisfactionʻoluʻolu, hoʻolauleʻa. lack of satisfaction, ʻoluʻolu ʻole, laʻolaʻo.

satisfactorilypono, kūpono, kohu pono.

satisfiedana, lawa, māʻona (after eating); kena, kenakena (after drinking). see saying, piʻikoi. Be satisfied with what you have got, e ʻoluʻolu i ka mea i loaʻa.

satisfyhōʻoluʻolu, hoʻokō.

saturatehoʻomaʻū, pulu, hoʻopulu, pulu pē, kēʻae, polokake, kawakawa. see moisten.

saturated fatʻailakele paʻapū. see fat.

SaturdayPōʻaono, lā hoʻomalolo, Kakuke, Satude.

SaturdayPoʻaono. abb. P6.

SaturnMakulu, Mākulukulu, Kakulena.

Saturnthe planet. Makulu.

satyrkao hihiu, kao kanaka.

saucekai. various kinds: kai helo (of crushed shrimp and coconut cream); ʻae limu (seaweed juice); kai ʻina (sea-urchin); kai koʻakoʻa (rich, as of parrot-fish liver). to mix or stew with sauce, kākele.

sauce panipuhao hana kai.

saucepanpā hoʻolapalapa, ipu hao.

saucerpā liʻiliʻi.

saucersee flying saucer.

saucypākīkē, kīkoʻolā, mahaʻoi, mahalua, honekoa.

Saudhi Arabiaalso Saudi. Saudi ʻAlapia, Saudi ʻArabia.

saunterholoholo hoʻonanea, hoʻolalau, palela, kūoʻe.

sausagenaʻaukake.

savagehihiu loa, hae, mākaha, iōʻena.

savannaa tropical or subtropical grassland containing scattered trees. sawana.

SavannahKawana, Savana.

save₁as a life. ola, hoʻōla, hoʻopakele, hoʻopalekana. God save the king, ola ka mōʻī i ke Akua. God save me, e ola au i ke Akua.

save₂keep. mālama, pūlama, hoʻīli, hoʻoili, hōʻiliʻili, hoʻokoe, anaʻē.

saveto save, in basketball. kiʻilou. in volleyball. hoʻihoʻi, lou.

saveto save, as in a computer program. mālama. to save as. mālama ma ka inoa ʻo. to revert to previous save. hoʻi i ka mālama.

savedola, ola pānaʻi, palekana, panekana.

savingmakauliʻi, minamina. also: koʻakoʻana, kīhau, pukumoa. see thrifty.

savingsloaʻa hōʻiliʻili, waihona, kālā hoʻāhu.

savingsas money saved on a sale item. kālā mālama. savings account, as in a bank. waihona hoʻāhu kālā. see account.

savingskālā mālama

savings bankpanakō hoʻāhu.

saviorhoʻōla, palekana.

savorʻono.

savoryʻono.

Savoy₁the country. kawoe, savoe.

savoy₂a kind of cabbage. kawoa.

saw₁tool. pahi olo, olo. to saw, olo, oloolo, piolo; helo (with jerky motion); olokīkī (rare). to saw wood, olo papa.

saw₂see see. I saw, ua ʻike au.

sawpahi olo kā

sawpahi olo uila

sawpahi olo kā

saw bladepā pahiolo

saw bladepā pahiolo

sawdustoka lāʻau.

sawdustoka lāʻau.

sawhorselio lāʻau.

sawmillhale olo papa.

SaxonKakona, Sakona.

saxophonekakopone, kakopone.

sayʻōlelo, haʻi, ʻī. also: mea, mea mai, wahi a, pēlā, pēia, hoʻopuka. to say little, ʻekemu, molu. the chief said, wahi a ke aliʻi; ʻōlelo mai ke aliʻi.

sayingʻōlelo noʻeau. also: ʻōlelo kaena (of praise, as for a place or person); haʻina, kāleo.

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scabpāpaʻa, ʻōkohe, pihi.

scabpiele.

scabbardʻili wahī, wahī pahi kaua.

scabieskunakuna, ane.

scadakule; halalū, hahalalū, pāʻāʻā (young).

ScaevolaNaupaka.

scaffoldʻolokeʻa.

scalawagʻalapuʻu moʻo.

scaldwelaahi.

scale₁measure. alapiʻi; musical scale, alapiʻi mele, pākōlī. see note, scales.

scale₂fish. unahi, unahinahi. to scale, unaunahi. The Kula people scale squids, the Kula people paddle awkwardly, ka poʻe unaunahi heʻe o Kula, ʻo Kula hoe hewa (of ignorance).

scalein math. pālākiō. see entries below. conversion scale. papa pālākiō. scale drawing. kiʻi pālākiō. to rate, as on a scale. loipālākiō.

scalelinear scale, in geography. pālākiō lālani. Richter scale. pālākiō ikehu ōlaʻi.

scalemusical scale. alapiʻi mele, pākōlī. see Hawaiian entries.

scale selectionas in a computer program. koho pālākiō.

scalelessunahi ʻole.

scalenein math. ʻaoʻao like ʻole. scalene triangle. huinakolu ʻaoʻao like ʻole.

scaleskaupaona, paona, paona kaulike, ana paona (weighing). baby scales, paona keiki.

scalesfor weighing something. anapaona. see adjuster. bathroom scales. anapaona home, usu. anapaona. balance scales. anapaona kaulike. spring scales. anapaona pilina. balancing tray for scales. ana (preceded by ke). weight for scales. koihā.

scallopednihoniho.

scalloped potatoesʻuala kahiki pepeiao, ʻuala pepeiao.

scallopsnihoniho, pepeiao.

scallopskāikī

scalpʻili poʻo. to scalp, lole. crusty scalp, eczema of scalp, pāpaʻa piele, piele.

scalyunahi, unahinahi (as fish); māhuna, pakapaka, luehu (as skin).

scampʻeu, piha ʻeu, kupuʻeu, kolohe.

scanto scan or scroll, as in a computer program. lolelole. to scan forward. lolelole i mua. to scan backward. lolelole i hope. to scan search, as with audio or video equipment. huli lolelole

scan (digital image)hoʻoili kiʻi

scan (digital image)hoʻoili kiʻi

scandalhana i wā ʻia. see saying, māmane.

scandalouskū i ka wāʻia.

Scandanaviaalso Scandanavian. Kanakawia.

scanneras for a computer program. mīkini hoʻoili kiʻi.

scantylawaʻole, hemoʻē.

scapegoatkao hele, mea i hoʻopaʻi ʻia no nā hewa o haʻi.

scarʻālina, linalina, lina. also: pihi, pihipihi, mōʻali, ʻali, ʻaliʻali, kākala wela, paʻawela (from burning); palaʻe (on neck from glandular disease); koʻakoʻa, ʻalaʻala. to scar, hoʻaliʻali, hoʻolina, kākala wela.

scarninanina, ʻālina (preceded by ke).

scarcekakaʻikahi, pānoanoa.

scarcelyʻaneʻane.

scarehoʻomakaʻu, hoʻopūʻiwa; scare away, hoʻohemū.

scarecrowkiʻi hoʻoweliweli.

scarecrowkiʻi hoʻomakaʻu manu.

scarfleiʻāʻī, kākai.

scarfkāʻei ʻāʻī.

scarifykahakaha.

scarletʻula. see red.

scarlet feverpiwa ʻulaʻula.

scarredʻaʻalina, ʻaʻali, hōʻaliʻali, ʻaliʻali, pihipihi, manu, manumanu, koʻakoʻa, ʻālina.

scathele me kahi ʻē, hemū.

scatterhoʻopuehu, , lūlū, lū heleleʻi, . also: kau liʻiliʻi, hoʻoheleleʻi, lele liʻiliʻi, kāpī, kūlele, hoʻoleilei, kaiehu, kōlū, kīʻope, hoʻomalele. scatter in every direction, hoʻopuehu liʻiliʻi. scatter in excitement, holo pūʻaʻā. The crowd scatters, hoʻi nui ka lehulehu.

scatteredpuehu, heleleʻi, luehu. also: malele, pākikokiko, pūlunaluna, pākakahi, nūpolupolu, nūponuponu, mōkākī, kāwala, pūkākā, kūkaʻikahi, kūkākaʻikahi, punapuna, pūʻāʻā.

scattergramin math. pakuhi kikokiko.

scattergraphin math. pakuhi .

scavengerʻai pilau, ʻai pala maunu, ʻai pala niho. see saying, crab.

scavengeralso to scavenge. hamupela.

scavenger birdmanu-ʻai-pilau.

scenenānaina; mahele, pale, moku (in a play).

scenealso scenery, as for a stage production. nānaina. forest scene. nānaina ululāʻau.

scenerynānaina, ʻikena, waihona ʻāina.

scenerysee scene.

scenic viewpointlookout. ʻīmaka.

scentsee smell.

scepticalhilinaʻi ʻole, hoʻomahuakala, manaʻoʻiʻo ʻole, hoʻopāhala, maloka, hoʻomaloka.

sceptrehōʻailona aliʻi paʻa lima, hōʻailona mōʻī.

Scheata star. Mākahi.

schedulepapa kuhikuhi, papa hōʻike, papa kuhikuhi manawa, papa.

schedulepapa manawa₂

schedulepapa manawa₂

schematic drawingalso diagram. kiʻikuhi.

schemehoʻolālāʻana.

schizophreniamaʻi huohuoi. schizophrenic convulsion. maʻi huki huohuoi.

scholarmeaʻimi naʻauao, akeakamai.

scholarship₁pursuit of knowledge. hana ʻimi naʻauao, huli (followed by qualifier; see huli₂ and below).

scholarship₂student aid. waihona kōkua hoʻonaʻauao, haʻawina kōkua hoʻonaʻauao.

scholarshiphaʻawina kālā hele kula, haʻawina kālā. athletic scholarship. haʻawina kālā ʻālapa.

scholiummanaʻo wehewehe.

school₁educational. kula. see high school, manual, preparatory school, private, reform school, select school, teacher, university. go to school, hele kula, kukula. hold school, kula. school supplies, lako kula.

school₂fish. iʻa kū, , heʻe, kahe, kauhulu.

schoolsee campus mail. large school of fish such as akule or aku. kumu iʻa. small school of reef fish such as manini. naho iʻa, naha iʻa.

schoolkula kaiapuni

schoolkula haʻahaʻa

schoolkula kaiapuni

school buskaʻaʻōhua kula

school buskaʻaʻōhua kula

school childkeiki hele kula.

school suppliespono haʻawina. see schoolbox.

school suppliespono kula

school suppliespono kula

schoolboxpahu pono haʻawina. see school supplies.

schoolhousehale kula.

schoolmasterkahu kula, luna kula.

schoolmatehoa kula.

schoolteacherkumu kula, kumu aʻo.

schoonermoku; moku kia lua (two-masted); kuna.

scienceakeakamai, hana ʻimi naʻauao, huli kanaka, ʻike noʻeau.

scienceʻepekema, akeakamai. physical science. kālaiaopaku. science fair. hōʻikeʻike ʻepekema.

science fictionmōhihiʻo. science fiction movie. kiʻiʻoniʻoni mōhihiʻo.

scientificsee science. scientific name, inoa lākina.

scientificscientific notation. kauhelu ʻepekema. scientific researcher. kanaka noiʻi ʻepekema.

scientistmea ʻimi naʻauao, akeakamai.

scientistkanaka ʻepekema, kanaka akeakamai.

scionweli, weweli, weliweli.

scionweli.

scissorsʻūpā; ʻūpā mikiʻao (fingernail).

scoffpāhenehene. see jeer.

scoldnuku, keʻu, hoʻokekē, hoʻokekē niho, huhū. also: hoʻokekē nuku, haʻakekē, hae, kolokolo, waha lapalapa, meku, pakakeʻu, kūkahalakē, kekē.

scoldalso oral reprimand. nuku.

scoopkīʻoʻe, kūpā, hao, kope, kope ʻana; scoop out, pōʻalo, pao, kīʻalo, olohiʻa. also: poʻo, kūpele, kīpaopao, hōuna, haohana.

scoopto ladle, skim. kīʻoʻe, ʻoʻe. see ladle.

scoop netʻupena uluulu, ʻupena kāʻeʻe.

scoopfulhaona.

scooterchildʻs scooter. peke, kaʻa peke.

scopenui, laulā.

scopemākia lena

scorchkuni, pāpaʻa wela, eina, ʻānia. also: pāwela, liliʻu, haulalapa, unoʻo; pākīʻai, nikipaʻu, haoa, ʻōhaoa.

score₁count. helu, ʻai. to keep score, helu ʻai.

score₂see twenty.

scorein sports or games. heluʻai. see point.

scoreboardpapa helu.

scoreboardas for sports. papa heluʻai.

scorekeeperhelu ʻai.

scorelessʻaiʻole; ʻōhule (slang).

scornhoʻowahāwahā, hoʻokae, wahāwahā, kae. also: haʻakei, ihu ʻeʻeke, pinana ka ihu, ʻōkoleoioi, hoʻomaʻewa, hoʻokē. see exclamation.

scornfulmaʻewa; ihuihu, ʻauwae, hōʻauwae. see scorn.

scorpionmoʻo-niho-ʻawa, moʻo-huelo-ʻawa, kopena, kopiana.

scorpionkopiana. see other entries in dictionary.

scorpionfishnohu (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it).

ScottishKekokia.

Scotch tapealso transparent tape. leki ʻea.

ScotiaSekotia.

Scotlandalso Scot, Scots, Scottish. Kekokia, Sekotia.

scoundrellapuwale, puʻuwai ʻeleʻele.

scourkuai, ʻānai, kuolo, holoi.

scouring stonenohu.

scoutkiu; ʻoumuamua (rare).

scowkao.

scowlhoʻokuʻekuʻemaka, hoʻokuʻekuʻemaka nui, hoʻopupuku, hoʻoʻiʻika. also: ʻiʻī, mākuʻe, makakuʻikuʻi, hoʻonohu.

scowlpūtē. see frown.

scragglykīwalawala, kīwalawalaʻō, haoʻa.

scramblehuikau, hoʻohuikau (mix); pākā. scrambled eggs, hua kai, hua pākā

scrap₁remnant. huna, hakina, hunahuna, ʻāpana liʻiliʻi. see scraps.

scrap₂see fight.

scrap bowlipu ʻaina.

scrap ironpāpaʻa hao.

scrapbookas in a computer program. puke hunahuna.

scrapewaʻu, wawaʻu, waʻuwaʻu, koe, kuai, kahi, pohole. also: uwaʻu, kāwaʻu, walu, ʻuwalu, mākoe, mahole, mohole, , kepa, mōholehole, kele.

scraperkahi, waʻu, uwaʻu, wawaʻu, waʻuwaʻu; uhi (of turtle shell); kalepa.

scrapskoena, hakina ʻai, ʻāmikamika, ʻōpilopilo, kōʻalaʻala.

scratchwalu, wawalu, ʻuwalu (as a cat); koe; helu (as a hen) also: heluhelu, waluhia, waluwalu, waʻu, uwaʻu, wawaʻu, waʻuwaʻu, kuolo, kope, kaha, kahakaha, kīhelu, māhelu, mokuʻoi, neneke.

scratchto scratch, as an itch. waʻu, waʻuwaʻu. to scratch with claws, as a cat. walu.

scratch paperpepa kahakaha.

scratchedkoea, waluhia. see scratch.

scratchingskahakahana, waluna, koena. see scratch.

scrawlykiwalaʻō (as writing).

screamʻalalā, pūʻalalā, walaʻau nui, kolopā. see roar.

screechalalī, kīkīkoʻu, kani ʻōkalakala.

screenpākū, pālulu, ālai, ānai, wahamana. wire screen, uwea hakahaka. window screen, uwea hakahaka, pālulu pukaaniani. screen for projecting pictures or movies, wahi hoʻolele kiʻi.

screenas for windows. uea makika, makaʻaha. screen door. pani puka uea makika, pani puka makaʻaha (preceded by ke). for projecting slides or movies. pākū hoʻolele kiʻi.

screenas on a TV or computer monitor. papakaumaka. see monitor. calculator display screen. papakaumaka mīkini helu. computer monitor screen. papakaumaka kamepiula. edit screen, in a computer program. pukaaniani hoʻoponopono. home screen. kahua paʻa. TV screen. papakaumaka kīwī. list editor screen. pukaaniani kolamu ʻikepili.

screenalso to block out, in basketball. ʻākeʻa. see blocking foul. illegal screen. ʻākeʻa neʻe.

screenpapa kaumaka

screenpapa kaumaka

screenplaymoʻolelo kiʻiʻoniʻoni. see screenwriter. to write a screenplay. kākau moʻolelo kiʻioniʻoni, kākau moʻolelo.

screenwritermea kākau moʻolelo kiʻiʻoniʻoni, mea kākau kiʻiʻoniʻoni. see screenplay.

screwkui nao, kui, kolū. to screw, wili.

screwkui nao.

screw augerwilipuaʻa, ulepuaʻa.

screw driverkuikala, kala, kala nao.

screwdriverkolūkalaiwa.

scribblekākau wale, kopekope.

scribekākau ʻōlelo. royal scribe, kākau aliʻi.

scribealso secretary. kākau ʻōlelo.

scrimmageas for sports. hoʻokūkū kio. see championship, tournament. scrimmage line, in football. laina hoʻouka.

scriptas in handwriting. limahiō. also to write in script. kākau maoli. see entries below and print.

scriptas for a play or movie. moʻolelo hana keaka, moʻolelo. see screenplay. scriptwriter. mea kakau moʻolelo. script supervisor. luna kākau moʻolelo.

scripta set of computer codes programmed to run consecutively in a computer system. kōmi ʻōkuhi. to write a (computer) script; scripting. haku kōmi ʻōkuhi.

scriptingsee script.

ScripturesPalapala Hemolele.

scrofulaʻāʻī palaʻe, ʻāʻīʻalaʻala.

scrollʻōwili palapala.

scrollto scroll or scan, as in a computer program. lolelole. to scroll forward. lolelole i mua. to scroll backward. lolelole i hope.

scrolloriental-style scroll, usually decorative. kiuna.

scrotumlaho (for various idioms and insults, see laho and entries that follow it). also: ʻeke, ʻekeʻeke, ʻōpeʻa, ʻolo. bull scrotum, laho pipi. raw scrotum, laho kole. My man with big voice whose scrotum sounds, kuʻu kanaka leo nui, na ka laho e hoʻokani (a riddle: a bell is the answer).

scrubʻānai, holoi, kuolo (verb).

scrubbing brushpalaki ʻānai.

scrubbyʻiʻi, kāiʻoiʻo.

scrutinizenānā pono, loi, hoʻomakauliʻi.

scrutinizeto look over critically. loi. see critical thinking.

scrutinyloina. see scrutinize.

scubato scuba dive; scuba diving. luʻu kini ea. scuba diver. kanaka luʻu kai. scuba tank. kini ea luʻu kai, kini ea.

scuba tankkini ea

scuba tankkini ea

scudkaʻa.

sculptormea kālai kiʻi, kuʻekepa.

sculpturekiʻi kuʻikepa.

scumhuʻa, huʻahuʻa. a few scums: limu kalawai (pālāwai), pāwai, nehe.

scurvypehu pala, puʻupuʻu.

scythepahi kākiwi.

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sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

seakai; moana (open); malo, pāʻū (poetic). see sayings, pūnoni, forecast. calm, quiet sea, kai mālie, kai malino, kai malolo, kai hoʻolulu, kai pū, kai wahine, kai kalamania, kaiolohia. strong sea, kai koʻo, kai kāne, kai nui, kai nuʻu, ʻōkaikai. rough or raging sea, kai pupule, kai puʻeone, kai akua, ʻōkaikai. deep sea, kai hohonu, kai ʻau, kai hoʻēʻe, kai lū heʻe (fig). restless sea with undercurrent, kai kuolo, kai holo, kai lewa, lapa kai, kai kō, kai au. dark blue sea, moana uli, moauli. streaked sea, associated with Kona, kai māʻokiʻoki. whispering sea, associated with kawaihae, kai hāwanawana. salt sea, kai paʻakai. shallow or reef sea, kai kohola, kai koʻele. rippled sea, kai hoʻolili. receding or ebbing sea, kai heʻe, kai emi, kai mimiki, kai hoʻi, kai nuʻu aku. western sea, kai lalo. high sea, kai piha, kai nuʻu. of the sea, o kai. towards the sea, i kai, makai. place where sea and land meet, ʻae kai. by the sea, a kai. sea almost surrounded by land, kai hāloko. the eight seas, nā kai ʻewalu (seas about the Hawaiian Islands, poetic). Puna with its sea rustling over pebbles, Puna i ke kai nehe i ka ʻiliʻili. my sea, concealing sarong (UL 124), kuʻu kai, pāʻū halakā. Black sea, Yellow sea, Kāne's purplish-blue red-brown sea ... silent sea, swinging sea (PH 237), kai ʻeleʻele, kai melemele, kai pōpolohua mea a Kāne ... kai mū, kai lewa.

seaat sea, asea. i waena moana. see midocean.

sea anemoneʻōkala, ʻōkole.

sea areakai.

sea beankāʻeʻe, maunaloa. seeds of kāʻeʻe, pīpā, pēkaʻa.

sea creaturesmeaola kai

sea creaturesmeaola kai

sea cucumberloli (for various kinds, see loli and entries that follow it), weli, weliweli, maʻihole, kūnounou, hulali, hūlalilali, ʻūpalu, kūneuneu, ʻunae, kaʻukama kai. see ex. of word magic, ʻiloli. catch the sea cucumber by mistake, a blind fish, hopu hewa i ka loli, ka iʻa makapō (of disappointment, a worthless catch, or ignorance).

sea dogʻīlioʻaukai.

sea elephantʻelepani kai.

sea foamehu kai.

sea gullnēnēʻau kai, ʻōpaʻipaʻi.

sea horsemoʻo lio.

sea horsemoʻolio.

Sea Island cottonKiʻailana.

sea lettuceʻīliohaʻa, līpaha, līpahapaha, pahapaha, līpālahalaha, pakaiea, pālahalaha. see seaweed.

sea levelʻilikai.

sea lionliona kai.

Sea of OkhotskKai ʻOkotosoko

sea shellpūpū (for various kinds, see pūpū and entries that follow it). see shell.

sea slugsee sea cucumber.

sea sprayehu kai.

sea turtlegreen sea turtle. honu lūʻau, honu.

sea urchinwana, wanawana, wana kauila; ʻina. various kinds: hāʻukeʻuke (also, name of a tapa design); hāʻukeʻuke iwi loloa, hāʻuke, hāʻukaʻuka, hāʻueʻue, hākuʻekuʻe, hāwaʻe, hālula, pūnohu, huluʻanai, niho, hailimoa. sea-urchin meat, alelo, poke ʻina. sea-urchin sauce, kai ʻina. to remove sea-urchin flesh, poke ʻina. see saying, hāwaʻe.

sea ventpuale kai.

sea wallpani kai.

sea waterkai.

sea wormkoʻe kai.

seacoastkahakai.

seafarerholomoana, holokai, ʻaukai.

seagullkalapuna.

seal₁emblem. kila. also: uwepa, hoʻopaʻa, kuni. seal of office, sila o ke keʻena. to fix a seal, kila.

seal₂mammal. ʻĪlio-holo-i-ka-uaua, hulu (rare).

sealsila. see pinniped. fur seal. sila pūhuluhulu. Hawaiian monk seal. sila Hawaiʻi.

sealsila₁

sealsila₁

Seal Recovery Programpapa Hana Hoʻopakele Sila.

sealing waxkēpau kāpili palapala.

seal-of-Solomona kind of flower. kilaokolomona.

seamkuʻina, kuʻi, humu, humuhumu, humuna.

seamansee sailor.

seamedhāluʻa.

seamountmauna kai. see guyot. chain of seamounts. pae mauna kai. Emperor Seamounts. ka Pae Mauna Kai ʻo ʻEmepela.

searkuni. also: haulalapa, kā liliko.

searchʻimi, huli; ʻimina, hulina (nouns). also: holi, ʻakiu. to search repeatedly, hulihuli, huli hele. to search, as for knowledge, noiʻi, noiʻina.

searchto find or search (for), as in a computer program. huli. see scan search. to find and change, search and replace. huli a kuapo.

search warrantpalapala huli.

seashorekahakai, kapa kai.

seasickpoluea, luea, hoʻopapailua, ʻōlanalana. see nausea.

seasidekapa kai, kahakai, kai.

season₁time, kau. also: , manawa, laʻa, kikina. see fall, spring, summer, winter. rainy season, wā ua, manawa ua, laʻa ua. fruit season, kau hua. season of dying plants, laʻa make. octopus season, wā heʻe. season after season, kau ā kau. to season, as lumber, hoʻomaloʻo.

season₂impart taste. hōʻono, hōʻonoʻono, hoʻomiko, kāmala. seasoned, miko, liʻu, maliʻu.

seasonkau. nesting season. kau hoʻopūnana.

seasonal kau, i ke kau.

seasoningmea hōʻonoʻono, mea hoʻomikomiko, liʻu, kūliʻu.

seatnoho, nohona, hoʻonoho. high, rickety seat, kiolea. seat cover, pale noho.

seatbicycle seat. noho paikikala. toilet seat. noho lua. seat back,. kua noho.

seawardmakai, i kai, o kai.

seaweedlimu, lī-. see Haw.-Eng. entries and the entries that follow them for various kinds. limu and lī- are sometimes omitted. Some names vary according to islands. see lists below, also moss, scum, sea lettuce, vagabond. ball of seaweed, as sold for food, pōpō limu; to gather seaweed, ʻaku limu.

seaweedsee agar.

secanta line which intersects a circle at two points, in math. kaha ʻoki pōʻai. see tangent.

SechemKekema, Sekema.

secondlua, kualua; kekona (time unit); kōkoʻolua (in a duel). to second a motion, kōkua. the second time, ka lua o ka manawa.

secondunit of time. kekona. abb. kkn.

second basein baseball. pahu ʻelua. see base.

second personkūnā

second personkūnā

second placealso runner-up. kūlana ʻelua.

second sightmaka ʻike, ʻike pāpālua. gift of second sight, haʻawina ʻike.

secondarylua.

secondaryas second in time, order, or importance. kualua. see primary, tertiary, terminal. secondary activity, of a volcano. ʻā kualua. secondary or lobar bronchus, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kualua.

second-degree murderʻelua kekele o ka pepehi kanaka.

secondhandmea i hoʻohana muaʻia, hana mua ʻia.

second-handused. pāmia. second-hand car. kaʻa pāmia.

secondlylua.

secretmea huna, huna, malū, ʻōhuna. to hide or keep in secret, hūnā, hūnākele, ʻekepue. to do evil in secret, kāmalū. secret languages: wehiwa, nehiwa, kake.

secret serviceʻoihana kiu.

secret societyʻahahui malū; nauwā (formed by Ka-lā-kaua).

secretary₁clerical aid. kākau ʻōlelo, kākau moʻolelo; ikū kau (rare). private secretary, kākau ʻōlelo pilikino.

secretary₂high official. kuhina.

secretaryalso scribe. kākau ʻōlelo.

secretary of interiorkuhina kālaiʻāina.

secretary of statekuhina mokuʻāina.

secretary of warkuhina kaua.

secretehoʻokuʻu

secretivepeʻe poli, malū, ʻekepue, hōʻekepue, hūnā. see saying, kio₂.

secretlyhunāhunā, malū. take secretly, lawe malū.

secthoʻomana, mahele hoʻomana.

sectionpaukū, moku, mokuna, ʻāpana, mahele; mahele hana (work section). also: , hakina; puna (between joints); kiko (of a story); huli (as of town or place); poke; hāʻao (in chief's procession); nanaka (marked).

sectioncross section, in math. hiʻona kaha.

sectorʻāpana.

securepaʻa. also: papaʻa, kuapapa, kulekule. see safe. to make secure, hoʻopaʻa, hana paʻa, hoa, ʻōmau. not secure, paʻa ʻole, holokake.

securitypalekana, panekana, maluhia, kahua paʻa; waiwai hoʻopaʻa (investment). see saying, heaven.

security bankpanakō hoʻomalu ʻia.

security guardkiaʻipoʻo.

security guardkiaʻi, kiaʻi , mākaʻi kiaʻi ().

sedan chairmanele.

sedatekūoʻo, noʻenoʻe.

sedgesmauʻu. varieties: ʻahaniu, ʻahuʻawa, ʻehuʻawa, kāluhāluhā, kiolohia, kohekohe, kuolohia, makaloa, manunēnē, mokae, pīpīwai, pōpōhau-o-Niʻihau, puʻu-kaʻa, ʻuki.

sedimentoka, koʻana, mākū.

sedimentkoʻana. marine sediment. koʻana kai. stream sediment. koʻana kahawai.

sedition libellaipila hoʻālaala kipi.

seditiouskipi. seditious offenses, hewa hoʻālaala kipi.

seducehoʻowalewale hewa, alakaʻi hewa, luahele.

seeʻike; nānā (look at). to see clearly, well, keenly, ʻike pono, ʻike leʻa, maka ʻike, ʻiʻike, ʻike kōnale. to see personally, ʻike maka. to see double, ʻike pāpālua. to see supernatural things, maka ʻike. to see indistinctly, halaʻoʻa, pāwao (rare). to see but disregard, nānā kuli. Let me see! ʻOliana! ʻOiana! ʻOia ana! Aliana! Inane!

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

seedʻanoʻano, hua; hua kanu (for planting); (of beach poppy). to bear seed, hua. seed of loulu palm, wāhane, hāwane. seed of ʻāweoweo (a shrub), mokiweo. seed of kāʻeʻe, pēkaʻa, pīpā.

seedʻanoʻano. seed pod. wahī ʻanoʻano.

seed coatiwi ʻanoʻano

seedbedwahi kanu ʻanoʻano. also: loko ulu, haokanu.

seedlingkawowo, hehu. also: ila, ʻōilo.

seedlingas of ʻilima plants. hehu. see shoot.

seeingʻikena.

seekʻimi, huli. also: huhuli, huhuhuli, ʻiʻimi (of many and repeatedly); ʻakiu, nowelo. to seek far, ʻimi loa. to seek money, ʻimi kālā. to seek work, ʻimi hana. to seek information or knowledge, noiʻi, ʻimi ʻike, ʻimi naʻauao. to seek for sexual ends, kiʻi. to seek revenge, hoʻopaʻi, hoʻopānaʻi, ʻimi i kahi e kū ai ka mākaia.

seekingʻimina, hulina.

seemsʻamo, mehe mea lā. It seems good, he ʻano maikaʻi ia.

seemskohu mea

seemskohu mea

seenʻike ʻia, kūmaka. plainly seen, ʻike maopopo ʻia, kaulaʻelaʻe, ʻōʻili lua.

seepagenono, , manono.

seerkāula, kilo, kuhikuhipuʻuone, nānā ao, ʻimi loa. god of seers, Kuhimana. Hiʻiaka, seer with power (PH 151), ʻO Hiʻiaka, kāula mana.

seesawpapa hulei (board). to seesaw, hulehulei. also: mahiki, panau, hoʻopanau, mākoiele.

seesawpapa hulei. to seesaw. hulehulei.

Segina star. Laniholoʻokoʻa.

segmentʻāpana; ʻāpana pōʻai (of a circle).

segmentline segment, in math. ʻāpana kaha. sound segment, in linguistics. hua.

segmental bronchusalso tertiary bronchus, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kuakolu.

segregatehoʻokaʻawale.

segregatehoʻokaʻawale.

segregationhoʻokaʻawale ʻana.

seinehukilau, lau, ʻupena kō lau, lau kapalili, lauʻapoʻapo, pāloa.

seismographana ōlaʻi, mīkini ana ōlaʻi.

seismographmīkini ana ōlaʻi, ana ōlaʻi.

seizehopu, ʻapo, lālau, kāʻili. also: hoʻokiʻikiʻi, kāʻilikū, ʻapakau, kāpeʻa, lelemū, kūlē, lauhulu.

seizingʻuo (lashing).

seldomkakaʻikahi.

seldomalso few, sparse; rarely. kākaʻikahi.

selectkoho, wae, ʻohi. also: waewae, hoʻowae, māwae, mōwae, mōae, ʻeleʻī.

select schoolkula wae.

selectionkoho ʻana, waeʻana, ʻohina.

selectionscale selection, as in a computer program. koho pālākiō.

selection boardpapa ʻohi.

selectivekamawae, wae, waewae.

selective solubilitypēmāʻōʻā wae ʻano.

selfiho, kino, ponoʻī, ʻōiwi. see bone. for myself, noʻu iho.

self-or auto- (prefix). hika-.

self-controlkāohi iho.

self-directedhikaaʻo

self-directedhikaaʻo

selfishʻauʻa; noʻonoʻo iāia wale iho nō, hoʻokēāmaka.

self-satisfiedʻoluʻolu nō iāia iho.

self-studyhikaaʻo

self-studyhikaaʻo

sellkūʻai aku. also: kālepa, hoʻolilo, maʻauʻauwā; kuʻakuʻai, hoʻokuʻakuʻai (sell repeatedly, buy and sell); pākaukau (over the counter). to sell leis, kau lei.

sellermea kūʻai aku. lei seller, mea kau lei, wahine kau lei.

selvagekaʻe paʻa (of cloth).

semenkeakea. also: wai o ke kāne, wai. see saying, keakea.

semesterkau.

semiannualhapa makahiki.

semicirclepōʻai hapalua.

semicirclepōʻai hapalua.

semicolonkiko hoʻomaha, kiko koma.

semicolonhapa kolona. see colon.

semiconscioushoʻolana i ka wai ke ola.

semilunar valveof the heart. pepeiao ʻaʻapu. see valve.

seminarseminā.

senateʻaha kenekoa.

senatorkenekoa.

sendhoʻouna; send on an errand, kēnā; send for, kiʻi, hoʻokiʻi, kauoha; send back, hoʻihoʻi; send away, kipaku, paku.

SenegalSenekala.

seniormua, makua, hele mua, hānau mua. see saying, wawaele. Senior class, papa kiʻekiʻe loa, papa e puka aku ana. Smith, Senior, Kamika Makua. senior branch (of a family), nā hele mua, lālā hele mua. to act as senior, hoʻomuamua.

seniorMk.

sennitʻaha. to braid sennit, hōʻaha.

sensationmea hoʻokāhāhā. see manene, sense.

sensationʻike lonoa

sensationalkū i ke kāhāhā.

sense₁faculty. ʻike. sense of taste, ʻike i ka ʻono. sense of pain, ʻike i ka ʻeha. sense of sight, ʻike i ka maka. common sense, noʻonoʻo kūpono.

sense₂import. manaʻo nui.

senselonoa. sense of hearing. lonoa pepeiao. sense of sight. lonoa maka. sense of smell. lonoa ihu. sense of taste. lonoa alelo. sense of touch. lonoa ʻili.

sensecommon sense also to use common sense. noʻonoʻo kanaka.

sensiblenoʻonoʻo pono.

sensitive₁perceptive. ʻIke hoʻomaopopo.

sensitive₂as to criticism. ʻEha wale, kuʻia wale. also: heke, lili.

sensitivecase sensitive, as in a computer program. makaʻala maʻaka.

sensitive plantpua hilahila.

sensoryʻike. extrasensory perception, ʻike pāpālua.

sensoryʻike lonoa

sensoryaʻalolo lonoa

sensualkuko i kō ke kino; pākīai (rare).

sentencemāmalaʻōlelo (words); ʻōlelo hoʻopaʻi (penalty).

sentencea grammatical unit. hopuna ʻōlelo, pepeke. see clause. math or number sentence. hopunahelu. topic sentence, as of a paragraph. hopunaʻōlelo wehe kumuhana.

sentencepepeke painu

sentencepepeke ʻaike

sentencepepeke painu

sentimentaloha.

sentimentalpakela hoʻālohaloha loa.

sentinelkoa kiaʻi, kū uwaki.

separatekaʻawale, kau ʻokoʻa, kāʻokoʻa, hemo, lele, hoʻokaʻawale. also: hoʻokaʻaʻokoʻa, hōʻokoʻa, kaukoʻa, hoʻokaupale, wae, waewae, māwae, mahae, weke, wekeweke, māwehe, māweke, mōwae, mōae, hoʻopale, kōhikōhi, ʻoki. see kaiʻokia. to separate by space, hoʻokōwā. to separate taro corm from stalk, kōhi ʻai.

separatehoʻokaʻawale. see buffer. to separate easily, as a nut from its shell. ʻēkakaʻa.

separateda "straight" z-shaped line written to indicate where two words written as one should be separated, in proofreading. kaha hoʻokōā, kaha hoʻokaʻahua.

separatelypākahi, hoʻokaʻawale ʻia, hoʻokahi, ʻokoʻa. considered separately, noʻonoʻo pākahi ʻia.

separationkaʻawale ʻana, ʻokina, hoʻomoku, palena, hemohemo, ʻakaka.

SeptemberKepakemapa.

SeptemberKepakemapa. abb. Kep.

sepulcherhale kupapaʻu, ilina kupapaʻu, ilina.

sequelhope, hopena.

sequencenoho papa ʻana, hoʻonoho papa ʻana, kakaʻina, kaʻina, kekahi mahope mai o kekahi, moekahi. see succession.

sequencekaʻina. see alphabetize. in math. laukaʻina. in sequence, consecutive. moekahi. to put in order. hoʻokaʻina. to sequence ideas, as in a compositon. hoʻokaʻina manaʻo.

seraphimkelapima.

serenademele hoʻoipoipo, mele hoʻālohaloha (romantic).

serendipitymaking a fortunate discovery by accident. ūlialia pōmaikaʻi. see coincidence.

serenemaluhia, laʻi, mālie, laʻelaʻe, mālaʻe. also: laʻikū, kohea, pālūlā, ʻalaneo. serene weather, kohea.

sergeʻalapia, paina (resembling).

sergeantkakiana. sergeant major, kakiana mekia.

sergeant fishmamo.

sergeant-at-armsmālama puka.

serialhelu.

serialas of a computer port. ala pūkaʻina. serial port. awa ala pūkaʻina.

serial bondpona helu.

seriesmahele (as of books); moʻo. see sequence, set. one of a series, kakaʻina.

seriespūkaʻina. see alkane, alkene, alkyne, chain, range. series of volcanic eruptions. pūkaʻina pele. TV series. pūkaʻina polokalamu kīwī. series of geological features. pae. see Hawaiian entries under pae.

series of booksmoʻopuke

series of booksmoʻopuke

seriouskūoʻo. also: hōʻiʻo, hanaʻiʻo, kūkonukonu. see important.

seriousto act or "get serious." hoʻokūoʻo.

sermonhaʻiʻōlelo, haʻi aʻo.

serpentmoʻo, moʻo kiha, moʻolele. see snake.

Serpentine RiverMuliwai Kepenakina.

serratedwakawaka, nihoniho, nihoa, ʻōniho.

servantkanaka hana (male); wahine hana (female); kanaka lawelawe, kanaka, ʻōhua. see outcast, retainer. Anciently, attendants to a chief were privileged blood relatives who might not be dismissed; kauā (Biblical, servant) were despised outcasts not permitted access to chiefs; the Euro-American idea of the inferior status of servants was unknown. Your humble servant, kāu kauā haʻahaʻa. Your obedient servant, kāu kauā hoʻolohe. Servant of God, kauā a ke Akua.

servelawelawe. also: hoʻokō (as a warrant); mālama, kaʻa malalo. Serves you right! Alolo! ʻAikola! Lolo! Ā laʻa lā!

serveto serve, in volleyball. hānai, paʻi ulele. see service, set. to serve underhand. hānai puʻupuʻu. to make a sidewinder serve. paʻi kulo. to receive a serve; also first pass. kiʻi.

servernetwork server, as for a computer network. kikowaena pūnaewele. see network station.

servicelawelawe (assistance); hana, ʻoihana (occupation, division, department). service charge, uku lawelawe. military service, ʻoihana koa. church service, pule, hālāwai haipule, haipule, haipule ʻana.

servicelawelawe. see entry below and bulletin board service, weather service. high-quality service. lawelawe poʻokela. service industry. ʻoihana lawelawe. military service; also army. pūʻalikoa. National Marine Fisheries Service. ʻOihana Lawaiʻa kai Pekelala. National Park Service. ʻOihana Pāka Aupuni. US Fish and Wildlife Service. ʻOihana iʻa me ka Holoholona Lōhiu o ʻAmelika.

servicein volleyball; also to serve (the ball). paʻi ulele. see serve, side out. service violation. ʻaʻena paʻi ulele.

service of processhoʻokōʻana i ka palapala kēnā.

servilehaʻahaʻa loa, kaʻapē, kuapaʻa.

servingof food. haʻawina ʻai.

servinglawelawe₁

servinglawelawe₁

sesamesesamī

sesbanʻohai keʻokeʻo, ʻohai ʻulaʻula.

sessionkau. regular session, kau mau (of legislature). special session, kau kūikawā. to be in session, noho.

sessiona period of time spent in an application of a computer program. hoʻohana.

set₁to place. kau; hoʻonoho (as table, bones, type); hoʻomoe, hoʻomoemoe, kuʻu, au (as line or net); ʻōniu, ulele (as type); mau (as a wager); napoʻo, welo (of sun); kōkō (bones by applying pressure); paʻihi, hao ā paʻihi (as sails); kāpili (as precious stones). to set on fire, hōʻā, puhi ahi. to set firmly, paʻakūkū, hoʻopaʻa. to set apart, hoʻokaʻawale, hōʻokoʻa, kaiʻokia; mōlia (for gods). to set aside, kāpae, waiho. to set up, kūkulu, hoʻokū. to set off, explode, hoʻopahū. to set free, hoʻokuʻu, makala, mokala, puhemo. to set apart for sacred purposes, hoʻolaʻa, hoʻokapu. to set a table, hoʻonoho i ka pākaukau.

set₂assortment. nā mea kohu like o ke ʻano hoʻokahi, kaina. tea set, kaina hoʻokahi o nā mea inu kī.

seta collection of like items or elements. huikaina. see entries below. as of golf clubs or silverware. ʻōpaʻa. to set, as a record. mākia. to set, as the sun. napoʻo, anapoʻo. to set an imu. kuʻi i ka imu. to set a deadline. kaupalena. see deadline.

setto set, as margins or tabs on a computer file or typewriter. hoʻopaʻa. see margin, set up, setup, spacing, tab. to set the margins. hoʻopaʻa i lihi. to set the tabs. hoʻopaʻa i kāwāholo. to set spacing. hoʻokoana.

setas for movie or video production. kahua. to decorate sets. hoʻoponopono kahua. set decorator. mea hoʻoponopono kahua. to design sets. hakulau kahua. set designer. mea hakulau kahua.

setto set or set up (the ball), in volleyball. hānai, hāʻawi. to make a back set. hānai i hope, hānai kīkala. to make an outside set. hānai lōʻihi. to make a short set. hānai pōkole. setter. mea hānai, hānai.

set shotin basketball; to make such a shot. .

set typeto set type, as for video captions. ulele hua. see character operator.

set upto set up, as printer specifications for a computer. hoʻonoho. see setup.

setteekokī, noho lōʻihi. see couch.

settingkahua, wahi; ʻōnohi (as of a ring). diamond setting, ʻōpuʻu kaimana, ʻōnohi kaimana. setting sun, napoʻona lā, lā kau. the setting of the moon (Kep. 105), ka napoʻona mahina.

settlekau; mākū, koʻana, hoʻokoʻana, kiʻo (as dregs); kikiʻo, pākiʻo, hoʻokiʻo, kiʻo wai (as water in a pond); kuʻu, emi iho, pohō, pohī (as earth); ʻōkuʻu, noe (as mist); hoʻonā (as a claim); hoʻoholo (as a problem); akakuʻu (as wind). to settle down, stay, noho paʻa, hoʻokahua.

settleto settle, as a claim. hoʻonā. see land court, land registration system.

settledkau, , holo, akakuʻu. see settle.

settlementkauhale, aukanaka. see agreement.

settlement patternin geography. lauana hoʻokahua.

setupalso to set up, as in a computer program. hoʻokuene. see set up. page setup. hoʻokuene ʻaoʻao.

sevenhiku, ʻehiku, ʻahiku. seven times, ʻehiku, ʻahiku, pāhiku. seven years, ʻehiku makahiki, hepekoma. seven times seven, hiku hiku.

sevenfoldpāhiku.

seventeenʻumi kūmāhiku, ʻumi kumamāhiku.

seventhhiku. one-seventh, hapahiku.

Seventh-day AdventistHoʻomana Pōʻaono.

seventykanahiku.

seventy-eightkanahiku kūmāwalu, kanahiku kumamāwalu.

seventy-fivekanahiku kūmālima, kanahiku kumamālima.

seventy-fourkanahiku kūmāhā, kanahiku kumamāhā.

seventy-ninekanahiku kūmāiwa, kanahiku kumamāiwa.

seventy-onekanahiku kūmākahi, kanahiku kumamākahi.

seventy-sevenkanahiku kūmāhiku, kanahiku kumamāhiku.

seventy-sixkanahiku kūmāono, kanahiku kumamāono.

seventy-threekanahiku kūmākolu, kanahiku kumamākolu.

seventy-twokanahiku kūmālua, kanahiku kumamālua.

severʻoki, moku. also: , muku, mukumuku, mokumoku, momoku, ʻāmokumoku. severed, moku, pahupū, lele loa, poʻomuku, mokuna.

severalkekahi, kekahi mau.

severanceʻokina, mokuna.

severeʻoʻoleʻa, ʻaʻaka, uahoa, koʻikoʻi. also: kūpilikiʻi; loʻaʻā (as taboo); pāʻeaʻea. to treat severely, hoʻokoʻikoʻi.

SevilleKewila, Sevila.

sewhumuhumu. also: hono, kuʻi, holoholo, ʻōmau; pāhono (as a tear); holo (as a break in a gourd); kāholo (with long stitches). to sew sails, humu peʻa, uhauhumu (rare). to sew in a diagonal line, humu lala.

sewagesewage sludge. kaekene. raw sewage. kaekene maka. treated sewage. ke kaekene i kāemikala ʻia.

sewerʻauwai, kua, hā wai, ʻauwai lawe mea ʻino.

sewer pipepaipu lawe ʻino, hā wai lawe ʻino.

sewer pipepaipu lawe ʻino. see manhole cover.

sewinghumuna. see sew.

sewing machinemīkini humuhumu, kāwiliwili humuhumu. for parts, see huila, kāʻei, kanokaomi paneʻeʻūpiki, papa hehi, papa hoʻoholo, bobbin winder, clamp, feed dog, gatherer, gauge, latch, presser foot, shuttle, spool.

sexno Hawaiian term. see lascivious, lecherous, randy, and sayings, hua₄, koʻokā₁, pīoeʻoe, waʻuwaʻu. masculine sex, keka kāne, feminine sex, keka wahine.

sexsafe sex; to practice safe sex. ai palekana. unprotected sex; to practice unprotected sex. ai palekana ʻole.

sexismhoʻokae keka.

sextantana kilo lani.

sexualno Hawaiian term (but sexual innuendos are enjoyed); pili i ke kāne me ka wahine. see game and sayings, wali, cowry shell. sexual passion, kola, huahuaʻi. sexual excitement, maneʻo, kola. sexual part, maʻi, wahi huna. sexually unattractive, lemukū. The hidden meaning of this song is sexual, ke kaona o kēia mele, pili i ke kāne me ka wahine. beautiful but without sexual appeal, he uʻi kū i kiʻona (lit., a beauty fit for the dung heap). Sexual attraction or relationship may be shown poetically by references to rain, mist, spray, coolness.

sexual harassmentalso to subject tosexual harassment. kekohala.

sexual intercourseai, ei, hana maʻi, moe, piʻi, panipani, aina. motions of sexual intercourse, kūʻamiʻami. to have had sexual intercourse, of a female, pā kanaka. sexual intercourse with a menstruating woman, kokokohe.

sexually transmitted diseaseSTD. maʻi lele ai.

SeychellesSekele. Seychelles Islands. ka Pae Moku ʻo Sekele.

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sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

shabbyhāpaʻupaʻu, kuhāʻeka, luʻa.

shackhaleʻāpulu, kāmala.

shaddockʻalani Pākē.

shademalu, māmalu; pālulu (for protection). shade under cliff or hill, ʻūmalu, to shade, hoʻomalumalu, hoʻomaʻū, ʻūmalu, hoʻoʻūmalu. eye shade, pālulu maka. lamp shade, pālulu kukui. window shade, pākū pouli, pālulu pukaaniani. deep shade, as of trees, malu hālau loa, malu koʻi, mālipolipo.

shadefor a lamp. pale kukui. to shade, as with a pencil. kahiāuli. see highlight.

shadowaka, huaka, ʻūmalu. see saying, aka₁. to cast a shadow, hoʻoaka, ili i ke aka, hoʻohuaka, hoʻoʻūmalu; lu; malila (rare). to fall, as one shadow on another, piʻi. The valley of the shadow of death, ke awāwa malu o ka make.

shadowas on a computer or in typesetting. hoʻāka. see eye shadow. shadowed. aka. rain shadow. lulu ʻalaneo.

shadymalumalu. also: lāuli, ʻōmalu, ʻōmalumalu, hoʻomalumalu, mālipolipo, milumilu, ʻeʻaʻeʻa; pololuhi (rare). to make shady, hoʻomāmalu.

shaft₁column. kia, pou.

shaft₂see handle.

shaggypūhuluhulu, ʻōhuluhulu, huluhulu.

shakenaue, nauwe, nāueue, lūlū, hōʻoni, hoʻoluliluli, luli, luliluli (as the head); hoʻoluli (as a drink); lūlū, nāueue, ʻōlaʻi, ʻōpaʻipaʻi (as the earth); shake jerkily, kūkū; shake as with palsy, kuolo; shake as with cold or fear, ulupiʻi; shake badly, ʻoni ʻino. also: haʻalulu, ʻapi, kuehu, kuekueni, , , naka, noiele, pilu, ʻōlūlū (with fat), ʻolokā, paleha, hoʻonāueue. shake hands, lūlū lima.

shakemilk shake. waiū luliluli.

shakehoʻonāuwewe

shakehoʻonāuwewe

ShakespeareHoʻonāueueihe

ShakespeareHoʻonāueueihe

shakykulana, kulanalana, naluli, kāhulihuli.

shalle ... ana, e. (Gram. 5.2).

shallowpāpaʻu, hāpapa; mālānai, mānānai, pānānai, nānai (rare). shallow-rooted, mālana, pūhai. sea too shallow to float a canoe in, kai koʻele.

shallowas a dish. pānainai.

shamhoʻokamani. sham battle, kaua kio, pahukala, kānekupua (with spears).

shamehilahila, waia. to put to shame, hoʻohilahila, hoʻowaia, hoʻohoka. What a shame! Aloha ʻino!

shamefacedpalai maka.

shamefulhoʻohilahila.

shamelesshilahila ʻole, ʻuhaneʻole; mākolea (rare).

shampooholoi lauoho. shampoo liquid, mea holoi lauoho.

shampookopa lauoho. see soap.

shamrockʻihi pua kea.

ShanghaiKainahai, Kanahai. to shanghai, kanahai.

shank₁fishhook part. kūʻau. tail or small end of bonito lure, muli. head or large end, ihu. shank of octopus lure, pou lua.

shank₂leg. wāwae, lapawāwae.

shantyhale lālā lāʻau, kāmala, hale pupupu.

shapeʻano, hōʻomoʻomo; kālai, ʻōmilo (as a canoe hull); hoʻopololei, kālai (as a policy or enterprise). irregular in shape, pāʻewa, pūʻali. to take shape, hoʻokino. to put in shape, hoʻoponopono, hoʻopololei.

shapegeometric figure, in math. kinona. regular shape. kinona analahi.

shapeto model or mold, as clay. hōʻomoʻomo.

sharemahele, puʻu; kea (stocks). to share, mahele; kaʻana, hoʻokaʻana (equally); puʻunaue, ʻalo. share food, pū ʻai.

sharekaʻanalike

sharekaʻanalike

sharerhoa loaʻa, hoa lawe pū.

sharkmanō (for various kinds, sayings, fig. meanings, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: lālākea, laukāhiʻu, leleiwi, lelewaʻa, luhia, niuhi. see saying, holopapa₂, and idiom, eat. line of shark fins protruding above the water, lālani kalalea. to catch sharks with bait and noose, kūmanō. shark-tooth weapon, leiomano. shark-tooth knife, niho ʻoki. to behave as a shark, to act like a shark, to pursue women, hoʻomanō. The wiliwili blooms, sharks bite, pua ka wiliwili, nanahu ka manō (of a girl reaching maturity).

shark sucker₁Leleiona, moelawa (remora).

SharonKalona. The rose of Sharon, ka loke o Kalona.

sharp₁not dull. ʻoi, ʻāwini. also: ʻoiʻoi, kōī, koʻi, mūkoʻi, ʻou, kākala, kulilipi, nihoa, huini, waka, wakawaka, wana, wanawana, wawana. long and sharp, pīoeoe. any sharp edge, lipi. sharp point, wini, winiwini. sharp nose, ihu winiwini. sharp, shrill sounds, huini. sharp-edged, kaʻe ʻoi, ʻōniho. sharp-lipped, lehe ʻoi (of one who makes cutting remarks).

sharp₂in music.ʻōi.

sharppungent, as the smell of ammonia or vinegar. wiʻu.

sharpenhoʻokala, hōʻoi. also: hōʻoiʻoi, hana hoʻowini, koli, ʻoi.

sharpenerhoʻokala, mea hoʻokala.

sharpnessʻoi.

sharpshooterkī pololei.

sharp-tonguedkekē, kekē nuku, lehe ʻoi, waha ʻā.

shatterwāwahi, nahā, nāhāhā, , hoʻokā, kāpaʻi.

shavekahi, āmū, koli. to shave whiskers, kahi ʻumiʻumi. to shave half the head in mourning, kahi kīhapa. smooth-shaven, kahania, kanekanea.

shave icesnow cone. haukōhi.

shaving soapkopa kahi ʻumiʻumi, usu. kopa ʻumiʻumi.

shavingsoka lāʻau, kahina; hānā (rare).

shavingswood shavings. hānā.

shawlkīhei. kīhei dyed with sandalwood, peluliahi. to wear a shawl, kīheihei.

shawlalso light blanket. kīhei, kīhei pili.

shesame as he

sheafpūʻā, pūʻala. We were binding sheaves, i ka pūʻā ʻana a kākou i nā pūʻā.

shearʻako, ʻoki, āmū. to shear sheep, ʻako hulu hipa.

shearermea ʻako. sheep shearer, mea ʻako hulu hipa.

shearsʻūpā, ʻūpā nui. grass shears, ʻūpā mauʻu. pinking shears, ʻūpā nihoniho.

shearwaterʻuaʻu kani (hōʻio), ʻaʻo.

sheathpale, wahī, ʻili wahī. coconut-flower sheath, holowaʻa, holoaʻa, lolo, lolo niu. coconut-sheath canoe, waʻa lolo niu. banana-bud sheath, ʻōpuʻu maiʻa.

shed₁building. hale hoʻāhu. also: hale pupupu, auolo, hale malu, hale malumalu, hale kāmala, lānai.

shed₂throw off. heleleʻi, helelei (as a dogʻs hair); , ; hāliko, hoʻomalule (as a crab sheds its shell); auhā (rare). shed blood, hoʻokahe koko.

sheephipa. flock of sheep, kumu hipa, pūʻā hipa. to tend sheep, kahu hipa.

sheep dogʻīlio hipa, ʻīlio kiaʻi hipa.

sheep marketpukahipa.

sheepfoldpā hipa.

sheepskinʻili hipa.

sheer₁perpendicular, steep. kū pololei, kūnihinihi. also: kahakō, kuʻi, kūlono, kūmole, laumania, nienie; lele koaʻe (poetic).

sheer₂complete. loa, maoli. sheer nonsense, kohu ʻole loa.

sheetlau, papa, pale. sheet of paper, ʻāpana pepa. bed sheet, uhi pela, hāliʻi moe, pale moe.

sheetas of stamps. laulahi. sheet of stamps. laulahi poʻoleka. see bedsheet, call sheet.

sheet feederas for a computer printer. poho pepa. additional sheet feeder. poho pākuʻi.

sheetingplastic sheeting, general term. hāliʻi ʻea. see polyethylene.

shekelkekela.

shelfhaka, haka kau, papa, kumuhaka, holopapa, kaola. rare: olo, oloʻewa. shelf for food containers, haka ipu, papa ipu. high shelf or place, kauwōlani.

shelfhaka kau. book shelf. haka kau puke. see continental shelf.

shelf casehaka kau pahu

shelf casehaka kau pahu

shell₁marine shell. pūpū (see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), iwi. also: ʻākōlea (pipipi ʻākōlea, kōlea), ālealea, ʻaoa (maka ʻaoa), apuhihi, ʻāunauna, hailimoa, hau, hīhīwai (hapawai), hūai, kahelelani, kaunaʻoa (kio, unaʻoa), koholua, kuanaka, kuapoʻi, kūpeʻe, makahālili, makaloa (aupūpū, pūpūʻawa), moa (kāmoa), momi (pūpū Niʻihau), nahawele (mahawele), naka ʻōniʻoniʻo, naunau (ānaunau), nene, ʻōlepe and below, , pā hau, pipi, pipipi and below, poʻopalaoa, pūhali, pūʻōniʻoniʻo. see barnacle, bivalve, conch shell, cowry shell, helmet shell, land shell, limpet, Nerita, oyster, pearl shell, sea urchin, snail, sundial shell, Trochus shell, turbo shell. turtle or tortoise shell, una, kua honu. shell on back of crab or turtle, kuapoʻi. shell for a lei, pūpū lei. shell lei, lei pūpū, lei leho, lei pipipi.

shell₂any hard case. iwi. shell of hiwa coconut, ipu o Kāne. shell of lelo coconut used ceremonially, ipu o Lono. to shell, poke, pōʻalo, ʻōhiki.

shell₃projectile. pōkā, pōkā pū, pōkā pahū (bomb); pōkā pōpō ahi (incendiary bomb); pōkā pū kuni ahi (cannon ball).

shelterwahi lulu, wahi hoʻomalu, hale, hale, kāmala, hale pupupu, loʻu pali, auolo, pāpaʻi, malumalu, auhā. In the shelter of his wings, ma ka malu o kona ʻēheu. This house is not very good, still it is a shelter, ʻaʻole maikaʻi loa ʻo kēia hale, akā he malumalu.

shelterwahi hoʻomalu. lean-to shelter. hale kāpiʻo.

shepherdkahu hipa.

shepherd dogʻīlio hipa, ʻīlio kiaʻi hipa.

sheriffmākaʻi nui, ilāmuku. district sheriff, luna mākaʻi.

ShetlandKekalana.

shewbreadpelena hōʻike.

shieldpālulu, pale, puʻupale; pale kaua (Biblical); pale lima, lulu, uhikino, pākū; ʻaʻahu a poʻo (head). to shield, pālulu, pale, lulu; kōlulu (rare); shield modestly with the hand, pāʻūhalakā.

shieldas for battle. pale kaua. as in volcanoes. kuahene. shield building; to build a shield (volcano). hoʻāhua kuahene. shield cone. puʻu kuahene. shield volcano. lua pele kuahene. primary shield volcano. lua pele kuahene kuamua. to shield or cover, as oneʻs mouth, pale.

shifthaʻoneʻe, ʻoni, huli lua, haʻakuʻe. work shift, manawa hana, mahele hana.

shiftto shift, as on a computer or typewriter keyboard. kake. shift key. pihi kake (preceded by ke).

shifting cultivationin geography. mahi ʻai mahakea.

shiftlessʻaeʻa, pālauʻeke, ʻakole, ʻalopalopā, hīlea, lōpā, pākukui, pono nō ika noho; moelepo (fig.); kūelekā (rare). see saying, goat.

shifty-eyedmaka ʻaloʻalo, maka kākaʻa.

shillingkilina.

ShilohKilo, Silo.

shimmeringʻolili, ʻoliliko. see shine.

shinlapawāwae.

shinbonekūʻauwāwae.

shinecommon forms are derivatives of lali, hinu, lohi, lino, napa, hūlali; liko (as with dew). also: ʻanapa, ʻānapanapa, ʻalohi, hinuhinu, hoʻohinuhinu, ʻōhinu, ʻōhinuhinu, pahinu, pua, pūwā, hoaka, akaaka, akaka, huaka, kuali, mālamalama, mōhala, lapalapa, hoʻāʻiaʻi, aʻiaʻi, hoʻāliali, hoʻopuakea, lala, ʻōlali, laʻelaʻe, lile, ʻolili, ʻoliko, nōlinolino, nōweo, kamani, mohā. to shine brightly, as moon or stars, ʻā akaaka, , kōnane, pā kōnane, papā. to shine shoes, hoʻohinuhinu kāmaʻa. The sun shines, pā ka lā. The Lord make his face to shine upon you (Nah. 6.25) , na Iēhowa e kau mai i ka mālamalama o kona maka maluna iho ou.

shinglepili, pili hale. wooden shingle, pili lāʻau. to shingle, kāpili.

shipmoku (for various kinds, see Haw. -Eng. entry and entries that follow it); hale lana i ke kai (fig.). to ship, hoʻouna ma ka moku.

shipbuildingkāpili moku.

shipmatehoa waʻa, hoa holomoku.

shipping clerkkanaka helu ukana.

shipʻs officeraliʻi moku

shipʻs officeraliʻi moku

ship's officeraliʻi moku

shipwreckili (go aground); nāhāhā (broken to bits); piholo (sunk); alapoki (rare). shipwrecked person, ʻōlulo.

shipwrightkāpili moku, kamanā kāpili moku.

shirringʻalu.

shirtpālule, ʻahu. shirt of block-print cloth, palaka. aloha shirt, palaka aloha.

shirtwith short or long sleeves. palaka, pālule. aloha shirt. palaka aloha. t-shirt. palaʻili, paleʻili. any pullover style shirt. palaʻili.

shirtwaistpākana.

shish shishʻūhīʻūhā, mākēhā, kaʻukaʻulī.

shiverhaʻukeke, naka, kūʻululū, haʻulili, hulilī, kalakū, ulupiʻi.

shoalhāpapa, kākaha, pāpaʻu.

ShoalsFrench Frigate Shoals. Kānemilohaʻi.

shock₁alarm. puoho, hikilele, hoʻohikilele, hoʻolele hauli.

shock₂sheaves. puʻu.

shock₃electric shock. loaʻa i ka uila.

shockto give an electric shock. omo, miki. to give a severe electric shock. ʻūmiʻi.

shock therapylapaʻau hoʻomiki uila.

shockedkūnāhihi, māʻeʻele, mānaʻonaʻo, lele ka hauli, kāhāhā i ka ʻino.

shockingmānaʻonaʻo. shocking news, he mea hou hoʻohikilele.

shoekāmaʻa. see horseshoe. pair of shoes, paʻa kāmaʻa. patent-leather shoes, kāmaʻa pāhinu. openwork shoes, kāmaʻa hakahaka. leather shoes, kāmaʻa ʻili. to put on shoes, hoʻokāmaʻa, komo kāmaʻa. to shoe, as a horse, kāpili.

shoehiking shoe. kāmaʻa hekehi. see hike. saddle shoe, oxford. kāmaʻa ʻili helei. snow shoe. kāmaʻa hele hau.

shoekāmaʻa haʻuki

shoekāmaʻa hila

shoekāmaʻa haʻuki

shoe storehale kūʻai kāmaʻa

shoe storehale kūʻai kāmaʻa

shoelacelī kāmaʻa, kaula lī kāmaʻa.

shoemakerkūmeka.

shoohoʻohū, hoʻokuke, hoʻēhu. also: emu, hemū, hehu, kīpaʻi.

shoot₁discharge. pana, . shoot with bow and arrow, pana pua, pāpua, kakaka, kīkoʻo, ʻumoki; pana iʻa (fish); pana ʻiole (rats). shoot arrows of sugar-cane tassels, keʻa pua. shoot a coconut-leaf midrib, panapana nīʻau. shoot a gun, , kī pū, kī pōkā, kīkī; kīkī manu (birds). shoot with a sling, maʻaalaioa (rare). shoot marbles, pana kinikini

shoot₂sprout. keiki, ʻao, ilo, kawowo, ʻohā, pōhuli, pūliko, weli; koaha (mulberry plant). to send forth shoots, , kupu. shoot for planting, makailo.

shootto shoot, as a photograph. paʻi (preceded by ke). see shot, take. to shoot a movie film. paʻi kiʻiʻoniʻoni. to shoot a video. paʻi wikiō.

shootfrom the root of a plant. kauwowo, kawowo, , ʻelia, ilo. see seedling.

shooting forwardalso swing man or three man, in basketball. kūkolu.

shooting guardalso two man, in basketball. kūlua.

shooting starhōkū lele.

shooting starhōkū welowelo. see comet.

shophale kūʻai (store); hale ʻoihana (workshop).

shopkeeperkahu hale kūʻai

shopkeeperkahu hale kūʻai

shoppingkūʻai hele, mākaʻikaʻi hale kūʻai.

shopping cartkaʻa mākeke.

shopping cartkaʻa halihali ukana

shopping cartkaʻa halihali ukana

shopping centerkikowaena kūʻai.

shorekahakai, kapa kai, kai, ʻae kai, makālae, piliʻāina, pilikahakai. strip of barren land near the shore, kākaha. hot, dry shore (in legends), kaha. shore dweller, kō a kai, kanaka o kai.

shoreʻaekahakai

shoreʻaekahakai

shorewarduka (from sea); kai (from land).

shortpōkole, poko; ʻekekeʻi, mūʻekekeʻi (as a dress). also: pōkoʻu, hāpokopoko, hanuʻu, hananuʻu, pouhananuʻu, poupou, hāpou, hāpoupou, ʻelekeʻi, ʻeleheʻi, konopue, muku, mūʻouʻou, nukunuku, noʻu, pānoʻunoʻu, neʻineʻi, pāhaʻa, paiahaʻa, peke, pekepeke, popoki, pueo. rare: ʻapuki, haʻakoʻa, pinauea, pakupaku, pānaʻe, pōlunu, pōnulu, ponululu, ponununu. cut short, muku, pahupū. too short, kaumuku, pakaulei, kaulei, kau ʻekekeʻi. short cut, ala ʻoki, kaʻakepa, hoʻopōkole. to hang short, kau ʻekekeʻi.

short setto make a short set, in volleyball. hānai pōkole.

shortagepōkole.

shortcutalso to take a shortcut. ʻoki pōkole.

shortenhoʻopōkole. also: hōʻekekeʻi, hoʻopoupou, puʻeʻeke, ʻunu, ʻunua, ʻulua, naʻinaʻi.

shortenedmuku, poʻomuku. also: muʻumuʻu, menui, piki.

shorthandkākau hua liʻiliʻi.

shortlykokoke, auaneʻi, aʻuaneʻi.

shortnesspōkole. shortness of breath, nae, naenae, ʻoaikū.

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

shortslole wāwae pōkole, lole wāwae ʻekekeʻi.

short-termsee short-range.

shotpōkā i maika (shot-put). bird shot, buckshot, grapeshot, pōkā lū.

shotphotograph. kiʻi paʻi. see close-up, medium shot, wide shot. as of a photograph or in movie or video production. paʻi (preceded by ke). types of shots. ʻano paʻi.

shotalso to shoot, as in basketball. . see basket, missed shot. bank shot. papa. hook shot. papaʻi. jump shot. lele. lay-up, kīkoʻo, pai. set shot. kīkū slam dunk. pākī. swish, rimless shot. kuhō. three-point shot. ʻai kolu. tip-in. papaʻi.

shotgunpū kī lū.

shot-putmaika, kiola pōkā.

shouldpono e, pono ke, pono. (Gram. 5.4).

shoulderpoʻohiwi, hokua; ʻūhā mua (of animal). shoulder above armpit, kīpōʻaeʻae. points or edges of the shoulders, kihi poʻohiwi, kīpoʻohiwi. shoulder to shoulder, he kīpoʻohiwi i ke kīpoʻohiwi. shoulder pads or protection, pale poʻohiwi. shoulder of a mountain, kihi poʻohiwi, kīpoʻohiwi. Shoulder arms! e amo pū! to hoist the shoulders, hoʻopahāha. to shoulder aside, hoʻokē. to carry on the shoulder, ʻauamo, pōhākiʻikiʻi. to place on the shoulder, kau poʻohiwi.

shoulder bladehoehoe, iwi hoehoe. fat or muscle on the shoulder blade, kāhā poʻohiwi.

shoutʻuwā, hoʻōho. also: kani ka pihe, olo pihe, hoʻokani pihe, walaʻau. shout with derision, ʻuwā hoʻohilahila.

shovepahu, , hou, kulaʻi, kūnaʻi, kulaʻilua, ʻonou; shove away, keku, hoʻokeku. shove ahead, regardless of consequences, ʻonou poʻo.

shovelkopalā, kope; hāpale (rare). fire shovel, kope ahi, kope lehu.

shovelkopalā. see trowel, spade. steam shovel. kewe kopalā.

shovelerkoloa mōhā (bird).

show₁demonstrate. hōʻike, hoʻomāʻike, hoʻomāʻikeʻike, kuhikuhi, , makili, nene; ohiohi (of wood grain). to show the sights, hoʻomākaʻikaʻi. Show me! ʻOliana! ʻOiana! ʻOia ana! Aliana! Inane!

show₂spectacle. hana keaka, hōʻikeʻike, hōʻikeʻana.

showto demonstrate, as how a math problem is solved. kuhikuhi.

show and tellas in a preschool or elementary school class. hōʻikeʻike.

showerkuāua; ua nāulu, nāulu (sudden); kualau, kuakualau (with sea wind); koʻiawe. light shower, ua kilihune, kilihune; kilikaʻa; ʻehu kakahiaka (see morning).

showerfor bathing. kililau. to take a shower, bathe by showering. ʻauʻau kililau. hand-held shower. kililau lima. shower cap. pāpale kililau. shower curtain. pale kililau. shower stall. keʻena kililau. shower head. poʻo kililau (preceded by ke).

shower curtainpākū ʻauʻau

shower curtainpākū ʻauʻau

showeryʻōuaua.

shoyukoiū.

shoyusoy sauce. koiū. see soybean.

shrapnelpōkā ʻāpanapana.

shredwelu, kīhae (as ti leaves).

shreddedweluwelu.

ShreveportKaliwapoka.

shrewdmaʻalea.

shriekpūʻalalā, alawī. shriek angrily, kekē, kekē niho, kekē nuku.

shrillalawī, huini, kōī, palalī, .

shrimpʻōpae (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); mahiki (used ceremonially). see saying, panau. leaf container for shrimps, pūʻolo ʻōpae, kiʻoʻōpae. shrimp head, poʻo ʻōpae (insult).

shrimpbrine shrimp. pokipoki ālia.

shrimp and riceʻōpae me ka laiki

shrimp and riceʻōpae me ka laiki

shrineheiau, haiau, ahu; koʻa (fishing). see heiau (Eng.-Haw.). shrine where bones of dead chiefs were kept, hale poki.

shrink₁contract. miki. also: hoʻohāiki, hoʻoʻiʻika, kīkenenei, lele, neʻineʻi, piki, pipiki, puku.

shrink₂recoil. ʻEke, ʻekekeʻi, mūʻeʻeke, puʻeʻeke, kuemi, mene, pipika, kaumuku; kūpau (rare).

shrinkmiki

shrink-wrappingalso to shrink-wrap. wahī mimiki.

shriveledpōnalo₃

shriveledpōnalo₃

shrivelingmino, mimino, minomino, ʻānuhenuhe, hōmī, ʻiʻika, miki, pīʻao, pōnalo, ʻōmino; ʻōmali (as fruit). shriveled coconut meat, niu ʻōkaʻa.

shrivelledas grass or leaves. pīʻaʻaka.

shroudpueo, kaula pū (of a ship or canoe); kapa olonā (Biblical).

shrubno equivalent: laʻalāʻau, nahele.

shrubbush. laʻalāʻau. alpine shrub land. wao laʻalāʻau.

shrughoʻēheu (the shoulders).

shrunkpuku. see shrink.

shuddermania, manene, liha, liliha, meʻeu ka ʻili. The ear shudders (as on hearing vile language), manene ka pepeiao. shuddery feeling, , ʻōkala; kakalaio (rare).

shufflekake, kakekake (cards); neneke.

shuffleto shuffle, as cards. kakekake. see deal.

shunhōʻalo, hoʻowaiho, , hoʻokē, hoʻokēʻē, kēkēpue.

shutpani, ʻāpani; panikū (abruptly); ʻōlepe (as Venetian blinds); (the lips). shutting off, as from view, papani. half-shut, as eyes, pīoioi. to shut the eyes, pani i nā maka. to shut up, confine, hana paʻa. Shut up! Kulikuli!

shutterʻōlepelepe, ʻōpeʻapeʻa.

shuttlehiʻa, hiʻa-kā-ʻupena (for making nets); shuttle for sewing-machine bobbin, holowaʻa.

shuttlekaʻa halihali. space shuttle. mokuhali lewa lipo.

shuttle runin track. holo hoʻoili.

shyhilahila, ʻena. also: ʻāhē, ʻeʻena, hāʻeʻena, hōʻeno, hōʻiu, heke, ʻōheke, ʻōhila, kaʻakepa, kūʻululū, makapā, wiwo. see sayings, hula, lobster. to shy, as a horse, pūʻiwa, pūʻiwaʻiwa; also: lele ʻaoʻao, līʻō, pīʻena.

shyalso wild, general term. ʻāhiu. see wild.

si

sia    sib    sic    sid    sie    sif    sig    sil    sim    sin    sip    sir    sis    sit    six    siz    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

SiamKiama.

SiberiaKipelia.

Siberiaalso Siberian. Siberia. East Siberian Sea. ke Kai ʻo Siberia Hikina.

siblinghānau mua (older); hānau hope, pōkiʻi (younger). see brother, sister, and ex., mua₁.

SicilianKikilia.

SicilyKikilia, Kikili.

sick₁ill. maʻi. also: waiho maʻi; papa moe (fig.); hākaneno, hākanelo, nānawaū, nīpolo, nonopapa, ōpilo. sick unto death, moe make. see chronic, disease. lie abed sick, moe maʻi. sick at the sight of food, maoa. sick, as after childbirth, ʻōlohe.

sick₂to incite, as a dog. kīkī, hoʻokī.

sickbedmoe maʻi.

sickeninghoʻopailua, luaʻikū.

sicklepahi kākiwi, pahi kekeʻe.

sicklymaʻimaʻi, ʻōmaʻimaʻi, pāmaʻi, ʻōwali. also: ʻalalehe, hīnale, maʻawe, mamae, ʻōmino, palakai, puanaiea, ʻukiki, nole.

sicknessmaʻi; ulupō (sudden). siege of sickness, chronic illness, kaʻa maʻi. period of sickness, kau maʻi. susceptible to sickness, pāmaʻi. sickness due to displeasure of the family god, hoʻopaʻipaʻi ʻaumakua. wasting sickness, hōkiʻi, mailo; polokāwaʻe (rare). to feign or cause sickness, hoʻomaʻi maʻi.

sideʻaoʻao, kūkulu, kūkunu; paia (of house); kapa (of road). left side, ʻaoʻao hema. right side, ʻaoʻao ʻākau. side of the head, huapoʻo. worn on the side, as a tapa or lei, kīkepa. to place on the side, pāʻaoʻao. to side with, kōkua. to cut on one side, as the hair, ʻoki kīkepa.

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

sideof a sporting field or court. iwi, ʻaoʻao. see entries below and end, line (as on a basketball court). side line. laina iwi, laina ʻaoʻao. side line of the key on a basketball court. laina iwi .

sideʻaneʻi mai

sideʻaneʻi mai

side outin volleyball. hāʻawi i ke kinipōpō i kekahi ʻaoʻao; kaʻa paʻi ulele, kaʻa. see service.

side poolas in a stream. wai wiliau.

side strokealso to swim the side stroke. ʻau ʻaoʻao. see stroke.

side view mirroraniani ʻikena

side view mirroraniani ʻikena

sideboardpahu ʻume o ka lumi ʻaina.

sideburnsʻumiʻumi pēheuheu.

sidesaddlenoho kāpae, noho kapakahi.

sidewalkala hele wāwae, alanui hele wāwae. rare: alanui hele ʻaoʻao, ala hele ʻaoʻao.

sidewalkalapīpā.

sidewardhaʻaaʻe.

sidewaysma ka ʻaoʻao, kapakahi. also: pāpio, aʻe, hīheʻe, nihi, kūnihi, kūlihi, pāʻaoʻao. stand sideways, kūkaha.

sidewinder serveto make a sidewinder serve, in volleyball. paʻi kulo.

SidneyKikinē.

siegesee besiege.

Sierra LeoneSielaleone.

sievekānana, kālana.

siftkānana, kālana. to sift flour, kānana palaoa.

sifterkānana, kālana. flour sifter, kānana palaoa.

sighnui ka hanu, , hoʻonū; nāʻū (deeply); ʻū, ʻuhū, ʻuhūʻuhū, kaniʻuhū, nei. see saying, ʻūʻū₃.

sightnānaina, maka, hiʻohiʻona. out of sight, lilo, pio. second sight, ʻike pāpālua. to sight or aim, lena, mākia, kia.

sightsense of sight. lonoa maka. sight line. laina lena, laina ʻike.

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

sighteras for surveying. lena māka. see elevation pole, surveying rod. sighter arm. lima lena māka.

sightseemākaʻikaʻi.

signhōʻailona, ʻōuli (symbol); papa hōʻike (as by a store). see omen. also: maliʻa, kāhoaka. plus sign in arithmetic, kahahui. minus sign, kaha emi. multiplication sign, kahahiō, kaha hoʻonui. division sign, kaha puʻunaue. reader of signs, kuhilani (in the sky). to sign a name, kākau inoa.

signas political or business, etc. papa hoʻolaha, hōʻailona. see Hawaiian entries under kaha and signature, symbol. cent sign. kaha kēneka. dollar sign. kaha kālā.

sign languageʻōlelo kuhi lima. to use sign language. kuhi lima. American Sign Language (ASL). ʻŌlelo Kuhi Lima ʻAmelika.

signalhōʻailona, peʻahi, hōʻali, hōʻani. rare: pāeaea (with the arms); hiʻali, paiho (with the hands). signal flag, hae hōʻailona. signal fires, lamakū. signal to begin dancing or drumming, .

signal batonas used by a marching bandleader. ʻaukaʻi pāna.

signaturekākau inoa, pūlima, pūlima kākau, hapapūlima; hōʻailona manawa (time, in music).

signaturealso to sign oneʻs name. pūlima. see initial.

signboardpapa hōʻike.

signetapo lima.

significantʻiʻo. see important.

significationmanaʻo nui, ʻano.

signpostkia hōʻailona.

silencea command for silence on the set of a film, play, or video production. hāmau, e hāmau ke kahua.

silenthāmau, leo ʻole, mālie. also: ʻāʻā, hakanū, hakalū, kōkeāno, kuaehu, mehameha, , hoʻomū, mūmū, mūkei, laʻi, mumule, nūkuke, pihano, niau, miha. Silent night, holy night, pō laʻi, ʻihiʻihi ē. to sit silent, noho mālie, kaiāmu.

silicasilaka. silica gel g, a powder used as the sorbent layer in thin-layer chromatography. palaholo silaka g ( pronounced palaholo silaka ).

siliconsilikone.

siliconeused as an adhesive. tuko pīlali.

silkkilika, kalika, lole paheʻe.

silkwormʻenuhe kilika.

silky oakʻoka kilika, haʻikū keʻokeʻo.

sillwindow sill. paepae pukaaniani.

sillykohu ʻole, noʻonoʻo hūpō, ʻūlala.

siltone, lepo, oka.

siltʻelehune.

silverkālā keʻokeʻo, waikālā, kālā, kālā kini.

silverdollar kālā keʻokeʻo.

silversidesʻiao.

silversmithkuʻi kālā.

silverswordhinahina, ʻāhinahina. cf. iliau.

similarkohu like, kohu, like, ʻano like, like pū, hālike, hālikelike, hele ā, hoʻokahi. of similar nature, hoʻokahi no ʻano, ʻano like. to make similar, hoʻopaʻi ā paʻi.

similarin math. ʻano like. similar figure. kinona ʻano like.

similarityʻano like, like.

simileʻōlelo hoʻopilipili, ʻōlelo hoʻohālikelike.

simplemaʻalahi.

simplebasic, uncomplicated. nōhie. see complex.

simpletonwaʻawaʻa, waʻawaʻa iki; Waʻawaʻa-iki-naʻaupō (ignorant stupid one; name of a legendary simpleton). see lunkhead.

simplifyas in a math problem. hoʻomaʻalahi.

simulatehoʻokūkohukohu see simulation.

simulationin math. hoʻomeamea.

simultaneousi ka wā hoʻokahi.

sinlawehala, hala, hewa, mea ʻino, ʻino, ʻinoʻino, kīnā. sin of eating forbidden vegetables or fruits, hala iʻa. sin of eating forbidden fish or flesh, hala iʻa. sin of breaking clothing taboos, hala kapa. to absolve from sin, huikala, kalahala. to wander in sin, lalau hewa.

since₁after. mahope mai, hoʻohua nō.

since₂because no ka mea, nani, hoʻohua nō.

sincereʻoiaʻiʻo. I am, yours sincerely, ʻo au nō, me kaʻoiaʻiʻo.

sinceritykūʻiʻo.

sinewʻiʻo, olonā.

sinewyuaua.

sinfullawehala, hewa, ʻino, ʻinoʻino.

singmele, hīmeni, memele, hea; kani (as birds). to sing genealogical chants, koʻihonua. to pretend to sing by working the mouth, hōʻomaʻoma. to sing with a breaking voice, haʻihaʻi. to sing, of the kāhuli land shell, kolekolea. to sing cheerfully, as birds, kani leʻa; ʻolēhala (rare).

singto sing in harmony. hīmeni kūlauna like.

SingaporeSinapoa.

singeunuunu, uluulu.

singedʻānia.

singerpuʻukani, mea mele.

singerpuʻukani.

singermea hīmeni

singermea hīmeni

singing schoolkula aʻo hīmeni.

single₁one only. hoʻokahi, kahi. single flowering, lahilahi. single-toothed, niho kahi. single dip of poi, kīʻoʻe poi.

single₂unmarried. male ʻole, kuakahi.

single cellalso single-celled; one cell, one-celled. hunaola kahi. p.

single spacesee spacing.

singlykuakahi, pākahi.

singularhoʻokahi nō.

sink₁descend. palemo, piholo, pihō, poholo. also: napoʻo, , puhalu, holo ā iʻa, pohī.

sink₂basin. kahi holoi pā.

sinkas in a bathroom or kitchen. kinika.

sinkto make a basket, in basketball. hoʻokomo i ke kinipōpō.

sinkerpōhaku (former word); kēpau (modern). also: , hā lawaiʻa; pākā (on deep-sea line); pōhākialoa, pōhākioloa (on nets); pōhaku lūheʻe, ʻiole, papa, puʻukuʻua (rare) (on octopus lures). Kinds of stone used for octopus-lure sinkers: hāwaʻe, naninui, palaʻā, papa, pūlewa, waimano, ka-ua-ʻula, komana.

sinkholekālua (rare).

sinking innakele, pohona.

sinnerlawehala, mea hewa.

sipmūkī, mūkīkī, inu liʻiliʻi; pā wai (water).

siphonʻohepiʻo; ʻume lauoho (capillary action).

sirno modern word; in old days as term of address: ē kuʻu haku, ē kuʻu lani (lit., O my lord, O my royal one). Dear Sir (in letters), aloha kāua.

sirekeʻa, ka makua nānā i ʻimi, ka makua nānā ka hua; makua (complimentary beginning of a letter). to sire a child, hoʻohua kama.

sirenoeoe.

Siriusthe most common names probably are Hōkūhoʻokele-waʻa and Newe. others are ʻAʻā, ʻĀiki-kau-e-lono, Hiki, Hiki-kau-o-lono, Hiki-kau-lono-meha, Kau-ano-meha, Kaulu, Kaulua, Kau-ʻōpae, Kele-waʻa, Lena, Lono.

sisalmalina.

sister₁sibling. kaikuaʻana, kaikuʻana (older of a female); kaikaina (younger of a female); kaikuahine (of a male); kika, tita (slang). cf. brother. terms of address are frequently kuaʻana, kaina, kuahine. older sister, hele mua, mua, hānau mua. younger sister, hele hope, hope, hānau hope, pōkiʻi, muli, muli pōkiʻi. They are brother and sister, he kaikunāne ā he kaikuahine lāua.

sister₂nun. nuna, wilikina.

sister-in-lawof a male, wahine, wahine makua (older), wahine ʻōpia (younger); of a female, kaikoʻeke, cf. punalua.

sitnoho; sit haughtily, noho ʻahaʻaha; sit quietly, noho mālie, kaiāmū, akanoho, noho pū; sit properly, noho pono; sit hunched up, hoʻokuapuʻu, ʻōkuʻu, ōpū, pūkuʻi; sit with one knee drawn up, kūkulu; sit on the heels, kikanalei; sit with feet together and to one side, of women, noho pāpio; sit with legs wide apart, helei, kiʻihelei, ualehe; sit crosslegged, ʻahaʻaha; neʻepū; sit on eggs, as a hen, moe; sit flat, as on the floor, pāpākiʻi; sit up, as a dog, noho hoʻokīkiʻi. In olden times it was not polite to say noho i lalo, sit down; one was not supposed to stand in presence of chiefs.

sitekahua; kahua hale (house); wahi, kūlana, kūnana.

sitekahua. archaeological site. kahua hulikoehana. geological site. kahua hulihonua. site map. palapala ʻāina kahua.

SitkaKikaka, Sitaka.

sitting hulahula noho.

situationkūlana.

situpalso to do situps. pelu ʻōpū.

sixono, ʻaono, ʻeono. six times, ʻeono, pāono. by sixes, to divide by sixes, pāono.

six inchesa warm-up exercise for sports such as volleyball. ʻeono ʻīniha.

six manalso first off the bench, i.e. first alternate or substitute player, in basketball. kūono.

sixfoldpāono.

six-packas of drinks. ʻekeʻeke. see case, pack, twelve-pack. six-pack of soda. ʻekeʻeke koloaka. six-pack of beer. ʻekeʻeke pia. six-pack ring, the plastic ring which holds the cans together. ʻea ʻekeʻeke. six-pack beer ring. ʻea ʻekeʻeke pia. six-pack soda ring. ʻea ʻekeʻeke koloaka.

sixteenʻumi kūmāono, ʻumi kumamāono.

sixteenth notein music. hua mele hapa ʻumikūmāono.

sixteenth restin music. hoʻomaha hapa ʻumikūmāono.

sixthono. one-sixth, hapaono.

sixtykanaono.

sixty-eightkanaono kūmāwalu, kanaono kumamāwalu.

sixty-fivekanaono kūmālima, kanaono kumamālima.

sixty-fourkanaono kūmāhā, kanaono kumamāhā.

sixty-ninekanaono kūmāiwa, kanaono kumamāiwa.

sixty-onekanaono kūmākahi, kanaono kumamākahi.

sixty-sevenkanaono kūmāhiku, kanaono kumamāhiku.

sixty-sixkanaono kūmāono, kanaono kumamāono.

sixty-threekanaono kūmākolu, kanaono kumamākolu.

sixty-twokanaono kūmālua, kanaono kumamālua.

sizenui. increase in size, hoʻonui, hoʻoulu, lalahū.

sizeas of clothes. helu. small, as of clothes or drinks. liʻiliʻi. abb. liʻi. medium. lōpū. abb. . large. nui. see extra large.

sk

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skateholo paheʻe. see ice skate.

skateice skate. kāmaʻa holo hau. to skate with ice skates. holo hau. roller skate. kāmaʻa huila. to skate with roller skates. holo kāmaʻa huila. rollerblade. kāmaʻa lapa huila. to skate with rollerblades. holo lapa huila.

skateboardpapa huila. skateboard ramp. heʻena papa huila.

skateboardpapa holo huila

skateskāmaʻa holo paheʻe.

skeinʻōwili.

skeletoniwi kanaka, kino iwi.

skeletonkinanahiwi. as for Halloween. kanaka iwi, kelekona. see dragon.

skeptichoʻomaloka, maloka, hoʻomalau, mahuakala.

sketch₁to draw. kaha. see draw.

sketch₂outline. hōʻike pōkole, moʻolelo pōkole.

sketchymālani.

skewto skew, as a deviation from a straight line, in math. pāweo. skew line. laina pāweo.

skewerʻō, mea hoʻopaʻa ʻiʻo no ka pulehu ʻana.

skiholohau.

skito ski, in snow. heʻe hau. see lift. to cross-country ski. heʻe hau peʻa ʻāina. to water ski. heʻe wai. ski boot. kāmaʻa puki heʻe hau. ski cap, stocking cap. pāpale kapuhau.

skidpaheʻe, holo paheʻe, kākele; olokīkī (rare).

skidto skid, as a car; to slip. pakika.

skiffwaʻapā.

skiffalso rowboat. ʻōpā.

skillmākau. see language arts, physical education. communication skill. mākau hoʻokaʻaʻike. decision-making skill. mākau hoʻoholo manaʻo. grammar or sentence structure skill. mākau pilinaʻōlelo. life-saving skill. mākau hoʻopakele ola. planning skill. mākau hoʻolālā. practical life skill. mākau ola. prediction skill. mākau wānana. productive-thinking skill. mākau hoʻomohala manaʻo. thinking skill. mākau noʻonoʻo. building thinking skills book. puke mākau noʻonoʻo. word skill. mākau huaʻōlelo.

skillednoʻeau, loea, mākaukau, akamai, ʻailolo, lolo, kaʻa, maʻalea, maiau, laukua, ōlali; ʻōlohe (in the hula or lua fighting); pau lehia. rare: hialoa, lelehua, paʻanehe mālalaioa. see unskilled, versed, and sayings, hāwāwā, surfer. skilled labor, hana lima ʻike. skilled in warfare, kaʻa kaua. skilled person, ʻōlali.

skilletipu hao.

skillfulsee skilled.

skimmakahani; pālani (lightly); kīʻoʻe, heʻe (as milk); papakī (as a flying fish over water); pākā (as a surfing canoe). to skim along, as a bird, kīkaha; hānai (rare).

skimto skim, as milk. heʻe. skim milk. waiū heʻe. to skim, as oil from the top of stew. kīʻoʻe, ʻoʻe. see ladle.

skim readheluhelu pākākā. skim reading. ka heluhelu pākākā ʻana.

skimmed milkwaiū i lawe ʻia ka momona.

skimphoʻopī, pākiko; pākūʻei (rare).

skimpylawa ʻole, pākiko, pinauea (rare).

skinʻili, ʻaluʻalu. light-brown skin, ʻili kea, ʻili māʻila. dark skin, ʻili kou. new skin, ʻili lua. thick skin, ʻili pakalua. sagging skin, ʻolo. peeled skin, ʻili māihi; paiho (rare). skin drumhead, ʻili kani. skin prone to infection, ʻili ʻaʻai. skin eruptions, puʻupuʻu, pīkela, huhune. skin emitting an acrid odor, ʻili ʻawa. to become skin and bones, hoʻohiwi. to skin, lole, hoʻokolekole hole, hoʻopohole, māhole, mōhole, mōholehole uhole, māihi, hoʻopaiho.

skinʻlli, ʻaluʻalu. see dermis, epidermis, subcutus. to skin, as a pig or sheep. pākā. see quarter.

skinnedlolea, pohole.

skinnywīwī loa, iwiiwi, hiwi, hiwihiwi. see bony, thin.

skinnykalawī

skiplelele, lele. also: ʻalelele, kūlapa; hōʻalo (omit). to skip, as stones on the water, pākā, pākākā, pihipihi, pōhaku kele; pohakiʻilei (rare).

skip countin math. helu lele.

skipjackaku.

skirtpalekoki. also: pālaulau, pāʻū. short skirt, palekoki ʻekekeʻi. long skirt, palekoki lōʻihi. dancing skirt, pāʻū hula. ti-leaf skirt, pāʻū lāʻī. skirt festooned with leaves or ferns, pāʻū heihei. full skirt, ākea ka huʻa o ka lole. fisherwomenʻs skirt, pōhuehue (poetic). triangular piece inserted in a holokū skirt to add width, piʻi.

skitteringhoʻokāholoholo (of a fishing lure).

skulkkolo peʻe.

skulliwi poʻo, pūniu, poʻo kanaka. skull joint, pūniu hui.

skulliwi poʻo.

skunkʻīlio hohono.

skunkponī. skunk cabbage. kāpiki ponī.

skunkedʻōhule (slang).

skylani, aouli, lewa. base of sky, kumulani. region just below horizon, kūkulu-o-ka-honua. region just above horizon, kūkulu-o-ka-lani, hiki kū. region above, hiki kū, hiki-ka-papa-nui; region above that, hiki-ka-papa-lani. region just below zenith, kama-kūi-kahi-lewa. the five divisions of the sky from the horizon to the zenith: kahiki-moe, kahiki-kū, kahiki-ka-papa-nuʻu, kahiki-ka-papa-lani, kahiki-kapu-i-hōlani-ke-kuʻina. strata of the heavens: lewa hoʻoma-kua, lewa lani lewa, lewa nuʻu, lewa lani. low sky, lani haʻahaʻa. to study the sky, nānā uli, kilo lani. cf. stratosphere.

sky diveluʻu lewa. sky diver. mea luʻu lewa.

skylightpuka mālamalama.

skyrocketkao lele, kao, ahikao lele.

skyscraperkiʻenaoʻa. see highrise.

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slabpaukū pālahalaha lahilahi; kākā, pākākā (as of salted pork). to cut in slabs, pākā.

slackʻaluʻalu. also: hālūlā, hōʻalu, pūʻalu, kaʻulua, ʻolu; kuʻukuʻu (a little at a time); mōhalu, mōhaluhalu; paleha, palaleha (careless); hōʻoluea.

slack keykī hōʻalu, kī hoʻokuʻu.

slackenkuʻu, kualiliʻi, hōʻalu, hōʻaluʻalu, hoʻomōhalu hoʻopahemo, hoʻopāhemohemo, ʻoluea.

slackeningʻāluna.

slackslole wāwae.

slalom courseala heihei kīkeʻekeʻe.

slampanikū, pani ʻino, ʻulupā, ʻūpā (as a door); kau ʻino (as a telephone).

slam dunkin basketball. pākī. see shoot.

slanderholoholoʻōlelo, ʻaki, ʻimi ʻōlelo, hoʻomāʻinoʻino. also: ʻākē, ʻalapahi, paokeʻe, ʻahiʻahi, haku ʻōlelo; waha ʻō koko (one's blood); welewele iwi (fig.). see wood borer.

slangʻōlelo ʻeu hoʻohaku wale. examples of Hawaiian slang: hoki, huapala, kūmū, manini, pikanini, piula, poloke, pōpolo, puki, pukupuku mai, tita.

slangpalaualea.

slanthiō, hiona, pahiō, lala, kau kepa, ʻōkihikihi. slanting lines, kahahiō. slant eyes, maka lilio.

slappaʻi, hoʻopaʻi, kāpaʻi; ʻāpohopoho (as the sea); pahipahi (as hands). to slap the chest in grief, paʻi ā uma, pā umauma. chest-slapping hula, paʻi umauma. slapping sound, kohā.

slashʻokiʻoki wale; kuapā (as waves).

slashin printing (/). kaha hiō, kaha hiō piʻi. backslash(\). kaha hiō iho.

slash and burna method of land cultivation. makawela.

slatleka.

slatepapa kākau, papa pōhaku.

slatternwahine kāpulu.

slaughterluku, lukuna, luku wale, pōluku. to plan slaughter, makaluku.

slaughterhousehale pepehi holoholona, hale lole holoholona.

slavekauā (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it); kuapaʻa. slave labor, hana kauā kuapaʻa.

slavingpaʻu, hoʻokuapaʻa. see slave.

slawsee cole slaw.

sledhōlua, papa hōlua, kaʻa holo hau. see saying, hōlua. to ride a sled, heʻe hōlua. sled course, hōlua, holo hōlua, kahua hōlua.

sledfor snow. hōlua hau.

sledge hammerhāmale kuʻi hao.

sleeknuka, nemonemo, pawa; kāhā (Biblical); mahamoe.

sleekalso streamlined. mio. see sports car.

sleepmoe, hiamoe. also: momoe, momomoe, hiʻolani. see asleep and sayings, lihilihi₂, moe₁, niolopua₂, uhaʻi. sleep late, moe awakea, moe loa. overcome with sleep, paʻuhia. indisposed to sleep, hiaʻā. sleep with, moe me. sleep alone, moekahi. sleep in a reclining position, moe hilinaʻi. sleep on the ground, moe lepo. eternal sleep, hiamoe loa. a little sleep, hiamoe iki. god of sleep, Niolopua. sleeping place, moe, kahi moe; kaʻanuʻa (in a grasshouse). to lull to sleep, hoʻohiamoe. to pretend to sleep, hoʻomoemoe, hoʻohiamoe. to put to sleep, hoʻomoe, hoʻomoemoe, hoʻohiamoe. to sleep quickly, moe koke. to sleep restlessly, moehewa. to sleep deeply, hiamoe loa, kāia i ka hiamoe. to sleep in death, hiamoe i ka make.

sleepsleeping bag. ʻeke moe, ʻeke hiamoe (preceded by ke). to be sleeping or snoring, as a response when asked where someone is. kulaʻi hāpuʻu. sleep well. hiamoe pono, hiamoe maikaʻi. see good night.

sleeping companionhoa moe.

sleeping druglāʻau hoʻohiamoe, huaale hoʻomoe.

sleeplesshiaʻā, makahia, makalahia.

sleepymaka hiamoe, molohai, molohi, malohi. also: mania; maniawai (especially after bathing); mōlelehu, ʻolelehu, lelehu, poluhi, niolo, nipo. sleepy day, ʻōheahea ka lā. to cause to be sleepy, hoʻomania.

sleetua me ka hau.

sleevelima; lima ʻekekeʻi (short); lima pihapiha (ruffled); lima pūhaʻuhaʻu (puffed); lima paʻi ʻai (loose-flowing); lima lāʻiki (long, narrow); lima ʻūhā hipa (leg-of-mutton).

sleighwaʻa holo hau.

sleight of handmagic trick, illusion. pāhaʻohuna.

sleight-of-hand trickkēpuka.

slenderwīwī. also: kioea (person); ʻōeoeo, puāhilo, ʻūhini, hīnawenawe; makikoe (as a tree). see slim.

slenderizehoʻowīwī.

slicepoke, ʻāpana; kaha (lengthwise, as fish); paukū (in sections); pāpaʻa (bread). slice of bread, pāpaʻa palaoa. to slice bread, ʻokiʻoki palaoa.

sliceto slice off. ʻokikaha.

slickmania, nemonemo, hinuhinu. see slip, slippery, smooth.

slideheʻe, paheʻe, holo. also: hāneʻe, heheʻe, kaʻa (as earth); hoʻoheheʻe (by jerks); hoʻoheʻeheʻe, kākele, kūkele, pakelo, pakika, uai, olokīkī. see slip. projection slide picture, kiʻi hoʻolele aka. ti-leaf slide, hoʻoheʻe kī, hōlua kī. sliding game, kōī.

slidephotographic transparency. kiʻiaka. see entries below. slide mount. mōlina kiʻiaka. slide projector. mīkini hoʻolele kiʻiaka, mīkini kiʻiaka. movie or slide screen. pākū hoʻolele kiʻi.

slideas for a microscope. aniani kaupaneʻe, usu. aniani. see microscope stage.

slideto move a geometric figure without flipping or turning, in math. hoʻoneʻe. see flip.

slideto slide, as a door. uai. sliding door. puka uai, ʻīpuka uai. sliding latch. laka uai.

slideto execute a defensive slide, in basketball. pāpaʻi.

slidewater slide, as Slip ʻnʻ Slide; to go on a water slide. paheʻe wai. water-slide mat. moena paheʻe wai.

slidepapa pāheʻe

slidepapa pāheʻe

slidingsee transform.

slightlihi, iki. slight knowledge, ʻike nāwele, ʻike mālani. to slight, hoʻokēʻē. slight touch of sickness, loaʻa mahuʻi i ka maʻi.

slimwīwī. also: pīlahilahi, pīlahi, pālanaiki, paioa, pānānai. see slender. slim-waisted and broad-shouldered, polinahe.

slimewale, walewale; ʻaʻamoʻo (as on fresh water); walewalena, hākelo, peʻapeʻa. slime pit, lua pikumena.

slimyhākelo, kelo, kākelokelo (as mucus); pīlalilali, naʻo, leka, kika, ʻūʻua, wale wai.

slingmaʻa, maʻakū, kāʻalā; maʻaalaioa (rare). pocket in sling holding the stone, ʻekeʻeke maʻa.

sling psychrometermaʻa ana kawaūea kūlua. see hygrometer, psychrometer.

slingshotmaʻaalaioa (rare).

slingstoneʻalā o ka maʻa.

slip₁slide. heʻe, paheʻe, pakika, poholo, hāneʻe, ʻōhua; pāhiʻa (obliquely); kake (back and forth); palaha (stumble); hoʻoheʻeheʻe; ʻanuʻu (fig.); slip away, palemo; slip off, pahemo; slip out, as a fish from the hand, pakelo; slip through, poholopū. slip of the tongue, hepa ka ʻōlelo, ʻōlelo hewa, hoʻopuka hewa.

slip₂scion. lālā, lālā hoʻoulu.

slip₃garment. muʻumuʻu.

slipto slip, as on a wet sidewalk; to skid. pakika.

Slip ʻnʻ Slidesee water slide.

slipknotpikoholo, kākolea.

slipped diskʻanuʻu ka ʻāʻī, ʻanuʻu ke kua, kīkala hāneʻeneʻe.

slipperkāmaʻa pale wāwae, pale wāwae.

slipperkalipa₃

slipperkalipa₃

slipper lobsterula pāpapa, ula ʻāpapapa.

slipperypaheʻe, palaha, pakelo, pākelokelo, pakika, lali, lalilali, hānupa, hānupanupa; kelo (as mucus); kika, kikika, kūkele, nakele, kūmole, polokake, ʻūʻua, hoʻowale hau. see slick, slip. slippery parrot fish, uhu pakelo (a wily person).

slipshodkāpulu, palalē; manuea (rare).

slitʻoki, kahe, puka, ʻowā.

sliveralso splinter. māmalamala.

slobberhāʻae; kahe ka hāʻae; puʻawai (rare).

sloganʻōlelo hōʻeuʻeu (lit., stimulating word).

sloopkia kahi, moku kia kahi.

slopwai mea ʻino; slop over, halalē, hanini.

slop basinipu ʻaina.

slopeihona, lapa, papali. also: hene, henehene, hoʻoihona, kuʻuna, ʻauina, kaʻa, hiō, hoʻokuʻu.

slopecontinental slope. hene mokuhonua. see continental shelf.

sloshsee empty.

slotpaper tray slot, as for a computer printer. ʻāpoʻo poho pepa.

slothholoholona hiamoe.

sloththe animal. melalemu. giant sloth. melalemu pilikua.

slouchnoho pololei ʻole; oi, uoi (rare).

sloughsee swamp.

SlovakiaSolowakia.

SloveniaSolowenia.

slovenlykāpulu, hoʻoponopono ʻole.

slowlohi. also: hoʻolohi; pupū (in movement or learning); akahele, ʻūlōlohi, kali, hoʻokali, hākālia, hākupe, hakupehe, hōʻapaʻapa, hoʻohākālia, kāʻele, kaʻunē, kūloma, lelemu, liʻu, lōiele, loma, manukā, mili, mili ʻapa, naua, nohili, none, pānauea. rare: nopa; poholelua (as a vessel). see slowly. slow-moving, kaʻalolohi, kupaʻeli, lemu, palela. His work is certainly slow and careless, manukā nohoʻi kāna hana.

slow downto slow down, as in a fast break, in basketball; also to bring back out. kuemi, kuemi iki.

slowlymālie, aka-. eat slowly, ʻai mālie. speak slowly, ʻōlelo lohi. work slowly, hana lohi, kawele, manukā.

slowpokelolohi, lelemu; kālona (horse). to be a slowpoke, hoʻonone.

slowpokemili ʻapa

slowpokemili ʻapa

sludgesewage sludge. kaekene.

slugsee sea cucumber.

sluga gastropod closely related to land snails. kamaloli.

sluggishmalohi, lōiele, lelemu, lola, kūlola, pālīlea, , kālē, pāpālole.

sluicepani wai, , kiʻo.

sluice gatemākāhā.

slur₁indistinct speech. hoʻopuka pono ʻole, hoʻohui i nā hua ʻōlelo.

slur₂insult. ʻōlelo hōʻino hoʻonalonalo.

slur₃in music. huina.

slurphalalē (as soup).

slurrya viscous solution of liquid and a solid. kaluli.

slushkelekele, hau heheʻe, ʻūkele.

slymaʻalea. see cunning.

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smackmūka, lūkā, mūkī; ʻukā (to eat loudly, as pigs); kanono.

smalliki, liʻi liʻiliʻi, liliʻi, ʻuku, ʻuʻuku, ʻuku liʻi. also: hoʻokanahaʻi, hua liʻi, hukiki, hukuliʻi, huna, ʻiʻi, kupaliʻi, kūpihipihi, maʻawe, māiki, mamamala, maukoli, mōʻali, moʻoʻali, moʻolio, moʻowini, nāwele, neʻineʻi, noʻinoʻi; ʻōiki, ʻōʻukuʻuku (somewhat); pālanaiki, pānanaiki, pīkanele; pikanini (slang); pīloli, poki, pūʻukuʻuku; ʻalapuʻu (of creatures); komoiʻiʻi, ʻāʻā (of stature); kekeko (and ugly). see saying, bowl₂. very small, makaliʻi. small thing, ʻōpihipihi. small bit, neʻineʻi. small fragments, koʻana. small and close together, pipipi. to make small, hoʻoliʻiliʻi, hoʻoiki, hoʻomākoli.

smallas drink size. liʻiliʻi. see medium, large. abb. liʻi. small soda. koloaka liʻiliʻi.

smalllower case. naʻinaʻi. see letter. small letter. hua naʻinaʻi.

small

small

small band (as for Hawaiian musickalapu₄

small band (as for Hawaiian musickalapu₄

small-claims courtalso small-debts court. ʻaha koi pohō ʻuʻuku.

small-debts courtsee small-claims court.

smallerʻuʻuku mai, emi mai.

smallpoxmaʻi puʻupuʻu liʻiliʻi, maʻi Hepela, hanakapahu, kapuahikuni, kamolapoki.

smart₁intelligent. akamai; hoʻokāpuhi (fig.). see wise. act smart, hoʻolae.

smart₂pain. liliʻu; maneʻo (as the throat after eating raw taro or certain fish); walania, wawalania, walawalania, māhanahana, walenia, welenia, okooko, wiʻu.

smashnahā, hoʻonahā, palahē, kīmō, kīpō, pākī. see split.

smearpala, kāpala, hāpala, palaheʻa, kīpalaheʻa; heʻaheʻa (as with red earth); haukaʻe, hōkaʻe, hoʻopaumāʻele, hamo.

smellhoni, honihoni (transitive). also: hanu, ea, ʻea. see saying, goat. sweet-smelling, ʻala, ʻaʻala; onaona (soft); paoa, kūpaoa (strong); māpu, maoani (wafted); anuhea, waianuhea (cool, soft); kolopua, hōʻala, kānaʻe, nae, kaluhea, , puīa. bad-smelling, pilau (as of rotten flesh); pilapilau (somewhat pilau); ʻenaʻena pilau (strongly pilau, unbearable stench); ʻōhonohono, ʻōpilopilo, palani, malani, ʻuaʻuala (rancid); pilo, pelekunu, polopolona, kūnāhelu, kilu (musty, swampy); hauna, hauhau, hauhauna (fishy, sulphur); hohono, honohono, maea, pilo, puluea (body); hanahana, māhanahana, kākā (excreta, flatulence); ekikilau (drawing flies); lāhea, eko, ekoeko, neko, weko, uweko, ʻino, wilu, niku, māʻā (stench). rare: ʻokaʻoka, ʻonaʻona, mōuki, piena, ʻukī, ʻikuʻiku (bad). strong smell, good or foul, pakuʻi. The bad smell arises, kū ka lāhea.

smellsense of smell. lonoa ihu.

smelling saltspaʻakai hoʻohanuhanu.

smileminoʻaka.

smitekuʻi, , kākā, kākiʻi, hau, hahau, hauhia, hili, paʻi, welokā. see hit, strike.

smith₁blacksmith. kuʻi hao, ʻāmala.

Smith₂family name. Kamika.

smokeuahi. to smoke, hoʻouahi, pua, hoʻopipī (as a ham). to smoke tobacco, puhi, puhi paka. smoke-colored, as clouds, lālauahi.

smoketo smoke, as meat or fish. hoʻouahi.

smoke alarmoeoe uahi.

smoke ringlina uahi

smoke ringlina uahi

smoked meatpuaʻa uahi

smoked meatpuaʻa uahi

smokestackpuka uahi.

smokestackas for a factory. pūʻoʻauahi.

smokyuauahi, paʻapū i ka uahi. also: hea, polohina; pōhūhū (rare).

smolderpipī, (as green firewood).

smoothmalino (as the sea, any surface); paheʻe (as skin); ʻaeʻae (as poi, dough); ʻōmolemole (as glass). also: palaha, pakika, mole, momole, molemole, molea, kūmole, hāmole, ʻōmole, nemo, nemonemo, kaʻanemo, niau, nia, ania, āniania, alania, kahania, kalamania, kalania, laumania, māniania, ʻāpole, aukahi, aulike, pāeaea, hahu, hukiheʻe, kaekae, nienie, kamani, māhola, mehani, mani, paniʻo, wawali, waliwali, kaʻiʻi, hinu. rare: kānaʻi, kanuʻeʻeʻina, kīauau, mahamoe, ʻōniki, ʻōpapa, pawa, pīkaka, polohi. see slick, slip, slippery. to smooth fresh cement, palaina kimeki. to smooth and finish, as a canoe, kahi ā malino; kīkoni. smooth, planed lumber, papa hole. smooth-shaven, kahania.

smoothto smooth, as in a computer program. hoʻolaumania. see unsmooth.

smooth musclemākala kūʻokoʻa.

smooth talkalso smooth talker, to talk smooth; glib. waha wali.

smotherʻumi; poʻipoʻi (cover); paʻa ka hanu.

smudgekaʻe, haukaʻe, pala, kāpala, paʻu; hāʻekaʻeka (as with smoke).

smugglehoʻopae malū, pale hewa i ke kuke. smuggled goods, waiwai hoʻopae malū. lawsuit involving smuggling, hihia waiwai kolohe.

smuta kind of plant disease or the fungus which causes it. kalina paʻu. corn smut. kalina paʻu kūlina.

smuttyhauʻeka, haukaʻe, penopeno. smutty language, ʻōlelo haumia.

sn

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snackʻai māmā.

snack shophale mea ʻai māmā

snack shophale mea ʻai māmā

snaghoʻomau, hoʻouluulu.

snaggedmau (as a hook); uluulu, unuunu.

snailkamaloli, pūpū, homeka. see shell. fresh-water snail, hīhīwai, . Chinese snail, pūpū pākē, pūpū loʻi.

snailland snail. homeka. cannibal snail. homeka hamuhika.

snakenaheka, nahesa, moʻo.

snake charmermea hoʻowalewale i nā nahesa.

snake mackerelhāuliuli puhi, hāuliuli.

snakeskinʻili naheka, ʻaʻamoʻo.

snakeweednāhelehesa.

snap₁break. haʻi, haki, hahaki, uhaki, kepa.

snap₂bite. ʻaki, ʻakiʻaki, apu, kīkepa; hae (as a dog); ʻai kepakepa (as the jaws); ʻūpiki (as a trap).

snap₃sharp sound. ʻuʻina, ʻaʻina, ʻaʻaʻina, paʻina, pāpaʻaʻina, paʻapaʻaʻina, kawewe, kanapi; pinau (rare). snap the whip, hoʻokani i ka uwepa. snap the fingers, pana i nā manamana.

snap₄speak curtly. pīkananā, pīkanalā, keʻu, ʻōlelo kaki, ʻaki, ʻakiʻaki.

snapfastener. pihi ʻūmiʻi (preceded by ke), ʻūmiʻi. snap cube. palaka kepa.

snapto snap, as a photograph. paʻi (preceded by ke). see take.

snapdragonnani-o-Olaʻa.

snapdragonpualāpaki.

snapper₁fish. ʻulaʻula (red; varieties are qualified by hiwa, koaʻe, maoli, ʻōpūlauoho); ʻōpakapaka (blue; the four stages are ʻūkīkiki, pākale, ʻōpakapaka, kalekale); uku, uku palu (deep-sea); early growth stage of both ʻulaʻula and ʻōpakapaka is ʻūkīkiki snapperalso called ʻakiki, kiki, koʻi, ʻukiki. also: āhunihuni.

snapper₂end of whip. ʻelau, hoʻa.

snapshotkiʻi.

snarehei, ʻalehe, ʻahele, hele, pahele; pāhelehele (example, (For. 5:85)); ʻūpiki, ʻōpiki, hihi; crab snare, kao, paeaea; shrimp snare, puluʻaha; bird snare, ʻaukuʻu, kāpiʻo, kaukau; puʻu (plover); kīpuka (owl); hīpuka, pehe. to snare birds, kono, kāwili (with gum); kia, , kā manu, pēkeu. snaring stick for birds, lāʻau kia manu.

snarehelea₂

snarehelea₂

snaredhei ʻia, hihia, helea. see snare.

snarl₁growl, snap. nunulu (dog); nānā, kekē niho.

snarl₂tangle. hihia, hauhili, hauhauhili, hauhilikī, hauhalakī, auwalakī, mauwelekā, mauhili, hilikau, kauhihi; wilikāʻeka (of hair); uluulu, unuunu, miko.

snatchkāʻili, kāʻiliʻili; apu (as with the teeth), poʻi. to snatch away ruthlessly, kāʻili kū, lālau ʻino. to snatch without being seen, as by a thief, ʻelemio, palamimo. to snatch souls by sorcery, poʻi ʻuhane.

sneakertennis shoe. kāmaʻa lole.

sneerʻaka hoʻomaʻewa, ʻaka pāhenehene. also: maʻewa, hoʻomaʻewa, laumaʻewa.

sneezekihe. see Gesundheit!

snellkaʻā.

snickerʻaka iki, hene iki, henehene.

sniffhanu, honi, honihoni.

sniffle, pipī, hanu pī, hūpēkole. The nose sniffles, pipī ka ihu.

snipʻoki, ʻako.

snobbishhukikū, ihu piʻi, kū ka ihu, hoʻokeikei.

snoodkaʻā, kaʻi. part of snood lashing on composite hooks, as for bonitos, pou.

snoophākilo. see saying, pāhiʻuhiʻu.

snootyihu piʻi, haʻakei, ihu kū.

snorenonō, hohō, hānuna, ihu hānuna, ʻolāʻolā ka ihu; ihu ʻolāʻolā (with short puffs); ihu nā (with prolonged sounds).

snoringto be snoring or sleeping, as a response when asked where someone is. kūlaʻi hāpuʻu.

snorkelpaipu hanu. to snorkel. ʻauʻau paipu hanu.

snorthohō, haʻu, haʻuhaʻu, hoʻokī; (as a horse).

snotter.

snottyhūpēkole, hākelo. see mucus.

snoutnuku, ihu. see idiom, lightning.

snowhau, hau kea. goddess of snow, Poliʻahu. see saying, ʻale.

snowsnow avalanche. ʻāholo hau. see entries below. snow cone, shave ice. haukōhi. snow shoe. kāmaʻa hele hau.

snowballpōpōhau.

snowbushlaukalakoa.

snowflakehau pūehuehu.

snowflakeulahi hau.

snowmankanaka hau.

snowmobilekaʻa hau.

snowshedhale pale hau.

snub₁avoid. hoʻopāweo.

snub₂make fast. hoʻopaʻa, hāwele (as a rope).

snub-nosednūkoki, ihu meumeu; ihu ʻū; koki (as of a bulldog).

snuff₁tobacco. paka hanuhanu, paka honihoni.

snuff₂extinguish. kinai, hoʻopio. snuffing out, as life, kinaina.

snufferʻūpā koli kukui (candle).

snuggleneʻeneʻe ā pili.

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so₁similar. penei, pēlā, pe, laʻa. That's so, pēlā nō; ʻoiaʻiʻo kā hoʻi. So do I, ʻo au pū. Maybe so, pēlā paha (very common); ʻoia paha. and so on, ā pēlā aku. So that is your opinion, pēlā kou manaʻo ʻea.

so₂therefore. no laila. see in order to. so that not, iʻole.

so₃interjection. , kā hoʻi, oia hoʻi, āhē. Is that so! ʻOia ʻea! ʻOiaʻiʻo kā hoʻi! Pēlā ʻea! Pēlā anei!

so₄fifth note in musical scale. .

sothe fifth note on the musical scale . see Hawaiian entry pākōlī.

soakhoʻomaʻū, hoʻopaʻū, hoʻoū, hōʻū, ū, paʻū, pāʻūʻū, , pulu pē, pulu ʻelo, pulu, pulukā, pelepulu, peno, ʻeʻelo, hōʻeʻelo, kēʻae; hoʻokelekele (as pandanus leaves); (as clothes); kū i ka wai (in water); paʻi (clothes in soapy water); peluluka (as in preparing pia). rain-soaked, nolu ehu, nolu pē, ū, noʻū.

so-and-somea, hikaua.

soapkopa. powdered soap, kopa pauka. laundry soap, kopa holoi. bath soap, kopa ʻauʻau. perfumed soap, kopa ʻala. liquid soap, wai hoʻomaʻemaʻe. soap bubble, huʻa kopa.

soapkopa. see shampoo. dishwasher soap. kopa mīkini holoi . shaving soap. kopa kahi ʻumiʻumi, usu. kopaʻumiʻumi. soap dish. kopa (preceded by ke). soap dispenser. ūhōloʻa kopa

soap plantʻānapanapa, kukuku.

soapberryaʻe, mānele, māhoe.

soapsudshuʻahuʻa kopa.

soarkīkaha, lele hoʻolahalaha, kaulele, ʻēheu, ʻiolana; kaʻalele, kaha.

sobhaʻuhaʻu uwē.

soccerpōwāwae. soccer ball. kinipōpō pōwāwae.

sociablelaulauna, launa, naho, maka launa, ʻakeu.

socialsee sociable. social club, kalapu hoʻohauʻoli.

social sciencehuli kanaka.

social security cardhelu ola

social security numberhelu ola

social serviceslawelawe kōkua.

social studiespilikanaka.

socializationsee socialize.

socializeto fit or train (someone) for a social environment or to associate sociably with others; also socialization. aʻo launa kanaka.

society₁club. ʻAhahui (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: hui; hui malū (secret); kalapu.

society₂companionship. launa ʻana.

societyan enduring social group. kaiapili. Humane Society. ʻAhahui Makaʻala Holoholona.

Society IslandsPae Moku Taiete

sociobiologistkanaka kālaipilinameaola

sociobiologykālaipilinameaola

sociologistkanaka kālailauna kanaka

sociologykālailauna kanaka.

sockkākini (stocking). see hit.

socketpona, puka hoʻokomo iho, kumu; nāpana (rare). eye socket, pona, maka lua. socket at a joint, iwi pona.

socketpani uila

socketpani uila

sodakoka.

sodakoloaka. see baking soda. six-pack of soda. ʻekeʻeke koloaka. twelve-pack of soda. pūʻolo koloaka. case of soda. pahu koloaka. soda can tab. une kini koloaka.

soda waterkolowaka, wai momona.

sodiumsodiuma. sodium bisulfate. sodiuma bisulafahate. sodium citrate. sodiuma kitarahate.

SodomKokoma, Sodoma.

sodomykokomi, kohe lemu, moe aikāne.

sofapūneʻe₁

sofapūneʻe₁

softpalupalu, palu; nahe, nahenahe, lahe, hone, hoene, polinahe (as sound); ʻōlū, hōlū, hōlule, hōlulo, ʻōlulo, ʻōluheluhe (as a crab that has shed its shell); ʻōninanina, lina, nina (as cheeks); pala, palapū, maka pala (as a boil); ʻae (as down); pahē, milu (as fruit); momona (as wood). also: wali, waliwali, wawali; awe, puawe, hani, hāpele, hāwali, hōʻaluʻalu, hōninanina, huki, halu, uhalu, puhalu, hulina, kāpehe, kololū, luʻa, mahāha, malule, melu, mona, nāeheehe, naele, nakele, napele, nāpelepele, nāwele, nenelu, nolu, nuʻanuʻa, paheʻe, palakea, pēheu, pele, puhalu, pulu, ʻūlika, ʻūlina, ʻūnina, ʻūpalu, uwaʻuwali, waiʻolu.

soft palatekīleo (including uvula).

soft-boiledmoʻa hapa.

softenhoʻopalupalu, hoʻowali. also: hōʻae, hōʻolu, hoʻoheheʻe; kīkoni (wauke bark), hoʻopaluhē; ʻupiʻupī (an octopus). softened and wet, nolu ehu.

softheartednaʻau palupalu.

softlymālie, nihi; hoene (sound).

soft-manneredpahē.

softnesswalina, nāwele, ʻolu. see soft.

soft-shelledsee soft.

soft-spokennahenahe, ʻōlelo palupalu, ʻūpalu, pahē, waipahē.

softwareas for a computer. lako polokalamu. see hardware.

soggyhōwai, ʻelo, napele, ū wai; loliloli, ʻōloliloli, palakē (as taro). see swamp.

soil₁earth. lepo. see limestone. sandy soil, ʻāone, lauone, makaili. fertile soil, lepo momona. poor soil, lepo momona ʻole, kaha ʻeka. stony soil, lepo ʻā, lepo ʻaʻā. red soil, lepo ʻula. cindery soil, lepo ʻākeke. exhausted soil, pahulu, kīpahulu. to fallow soil, hoʻopahulu.

soil₂verb lepo, ʻeka. to soil, hoʻolepo, hōʻeka, hoʻoniku, hoʻōpala, hoʻopaumāʻele, hoʻopelapela, hoʻopōneko, hōkaʻe, hoʻowiʻu.

soillepo. see planting medium. alluvial soil. lepo makaili. potting soil. lepo kanu meakanu. standard soil testing kit. hōkeo kūmau hoʻ āʻo lepo.

sojournnoho, noho hele, noho malihini.

sojournerʻōhua.

solacehōʻolu, hōʻoluʻolu, hoʻonā, laʻi.

solar. solar system, kahua o nā hōkū.

solar see sunspot. solar constant. kāʻei kau . solar energy wave. hawewe ikehu . solar flare. lapa ahi . solar granule, gigantic waves of gas which roll across the surface of the sun. ʻale ahi . solar prominences, i.e. puffs of gas which gently drift above the surface of the sun. puapuaʻi . solar panel. ʻūomo ikehu . solar power. manehu . solar radiation. pāhawewe . solar system. poe .

solar flareahipuʻilani

solar plexushoupo. pulsation in the solar plexus, houpo ʻume pau.

solar systemkahua hōkū

solar systemkahua hōkū

soldsee sell. all sold, pau i ka lilo.

solderkēpau kāpili mekala, kāpili mekala.

soldierkoa, pūʻali.

sole₁bottom surface. kapuaʻi (of foot); ʻili pale o kāmaʻa (of shoe).

sole₂only. hoʻokahi, wale nō.

solemnʻeʻehia, kūoʻo, milumilu, hoʻāno.

solicitnoi, noi ā koi. libidinous soliciting, hoʻowalewale moekolohe.

solidpaʻa, mānoa, paʻapū. solid-black, hiwa paʻa. geometric solid, paʻa, paʻaʻili (for various kinds, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it).

solidas opposed to liquid or gas. kinopaʻa, paʻa. see solid rocket booster. geometric solid. paʻa. solid figure. kinona paʻa.

solid rocket boosterkao wāwahie kinopaʻa, kao wāwahie paʻa.

solidifiedpaʻa, mākū.

solitarymehameha, kakahi, kaukahi.

solitudehoʻokahi, mehameha, noho hoʻokahi, nohona mehameha; ano (weird).

sololeokū pākahi, hīmeni kū pākahi (vocal).

solonkolona.

solsticemāuikiʻikiʻi. see equinox. summer solstice. ka māuikiʻikiʻi o ke kauwela. winter solstice. ka māuikiʻikiʻi o ka hoʻoilo.

solubilityalso soluble. pēmāʻ ōʻ ā. see solution. selective solubility. pēmāʻ ōʻā wae ʻano.

solutemea heheʻe. see solvent.

solution₁explanation. haʻina, wehewehe ʻana, wehena, loaʻa, haʻiloaʻa, keʻehina hana.

solution₂liquid. wai paʻipaʻi.

solutionto a problem. hāʻina. see entry below and problem, solve. also resolution, as of a problem in a story. hopena holo.

solutiona homogeneous mixture. māʻ ōʻ āna. see solubility, suspension. aqueous solution. māʻ ōʻ āna ʻūheheʻe wai. chemical solution. māʻōʻāna kemikala. hydroponic solution. māʻōʻāna kāmāhuaola. see hydroponics. to be in solution. māʻōʻā.

solveloaʻa ka haʻina, wehe.

solvehana a loaʻa ka hāʻina. to resolve difficulties. hoʻoponopono pilikia. to look for a solution. huli hāʻina, huli i ka hāʻina, ʻimi hāʻina. to solve a problem. hoʻomākalakala i ka polopolema. decoded, solved. mākalakala.

solventʻūheheʻe. see solute. solvent front, i.e. the leading edge of a moving solvent as in a developing chromatogram. ʻae omowaho.

somaliaalso Somalian. Somalia.

somberʻāhiwa. see dark.

somekekahi, wahi. also: kahi, kauwahi, nāhi, ona. Give me some, naʻu kahi. some other day, kekahi lā. some other time, kekahi manawa. some place, kauwahi.

somebodykekahi kanaka, kekahi mea.

somehowpehea lā, i kekahi ʻano.

someonekahi, kekahi. someone else, haʻi.

somersaultkuwala, ʻowala, wala kua (backwards). to somersault, kuwala poʻo, ʻowala. to turn a somersault, hoʻokakaʻa.

somethingkekahi mea. also: kauwahi.

sometimekekahi manawa, kekahi wā.

somewhatʻano, hoʻo-, ʻō-. somewhat good, ʻano maikaʻi.

somewhereaia nō i kahi e hele ai, ma kekahi wahi.

sonkeiki, keiki kāne, kama kāne.

son of a bitchkanapapiki.

songmele. also: hula (for dancing); hīmeni (not for dancing); leokū (sung to an audience); lei, inoa, mele maʻi, wehi. song of praise, leo hoʻonani. Hawaiian type of song with English words, mele hapa haole. words of a song, hua mele. division of a hula song, ʻoki. beginning and theme of a song, puana. two or more last verses of a song, haʻina. song leader, alakaʻi hīmeni, alakaʻi mele. song contest, hoʻokūkū hīmeni. song festival, ʻaha mele.

songbirdmanu mele.

son-in-lawhūnōna kāne.

Sons and Daughters of Hawaiian WarriorsʻAhahui Māmakakaua.

soonkoke, auaneʻi, koe, aku, eia aku. as soon as, i, , hākālia nō ā, lawa; loa (rare). as soon as I, iaʻu. no sooner than, i. no sooner than I, iaʻu. As soon as the sun shines, let's go, aia ā pā ka lā, hele kāua.

sootpaʻu, paʻu ahi.

soothehoʻomālie, hoʻonā. also: , hoʻonānā, hoʻokaʻahea, kūpalaiki, mali, malimali, hoʻomalimali, pohu, hoʻomaʻalili; paʻapaʻanā (rare).

soothinghōʻoluʻolu, malina, hamohamo.

soothsayerkilo lani, kuhikuhipuʻuone, haʻi ʻōuli. see seer.

sootypaʻu, hāpaʻupaʻu.

sooty ternʻewaʻewa.

soppenu (as gravy); sop up, kūpenu.

soporifichoʻohiamoe; lāʻau hoʻohiamoe, lāʻau moe (drug).

sopranoleo wahine, kopolano.

sopranoleo ʻekahi. soprano ʻukulele. ʻukulele leo ʻekahi.

sorbentan absorbent material such as used in chromatography. ʻūomo. see absorb.

sorcererkahuna, poʻokoʻi; malevolent sorcerer, kahuna ʻanāʻanā, kahuna hoʻopiʻopiʻo, kahuna ʻai pilau, moʻokiko. see Hāwaʻe and saying, ʻololī. teaching sorcerer, kahuna aʻo. a warning to avoid sorcerers: e mālama o loaʻa i ka niho, be careful or (you will be) caught in the teeth.

sorceryhana kahuna (general); ʻanāʻanā, hoʻounauna, hoʻopiʻopiʻo, kuni, kuni ola, ʻō, hiʻu, kaʻa lāʻau, kuehu kapa, pāhiʻuhiʻu (usually malevolent); hana aloha, kala aloha (love); kala, pale, hoʻihoʻi, ʻaʻe (counter). see prayer and sayings, niho₁, oʻo. sanctified stone used in sorcery, kahalili. objects used in sorcery, maunu. name of manulele sugar cane used in hana aloha sorcery, kāʻawe, kāʻawe ʻāʻī. to induce by sorcery, hana. to destroy by sorcery, ʻai hamu, kālai ʻino, lumi, mākia, kāʻina. to make a cross or an x in sorcery, kaha peʻa. death from sorcery, kā haʻi make mai hoʻi.

sordidpaumāʻele, haukaʻe, pāʻele, haumia.

soreʻeha; hēhē, pala heʻe, hilo (running). also: mala, heka; ʻūkihi (at corner of mouth); ʻainā, aleale, pōaleale, mālani, mauwā, pohole, pōholehole; ukokole (as eyes); pūhā (burst); pūlele (on neck). rare: poʻana, ponanā, alapuka. see boil₂. eating, spreading, as a sore, ʻaʻai. to become sore from rubbing, maoa. sore-eyed, noeʻula, mākole.

sorenessʻeha; maoa (from rubbing). to cause soreness of the eyes, hoʻomākole.

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

sorrowkaumaha. also: minamina, mānewanewa, kani ʻuhū, mokuāhua, puʻu, ʻū, luʻuluʻu, manoni. Poetic references to heavy rain and tears may signify sorrow. see saying, luʻuluʻu.

sorrowfulluʻuluʻu, kaumaha, pilihua; malāoa (rare).

sorrykaumaha. also: minamina, mihi, mimihi, mimimihi, aumihi; menemene. I'm sorry for you, kaumaha au nou. Don't be sorry, mai hoʻokaumaha. I'm sorry, kala mai iaʻu.

sort₁select. wae, waewae, māwae, mōwae, hoʻokaʻawale; (pandanus leaves).

sort₂kind. ʻano.

soughnei, hihio, ʻowē, hoene, ʻiolo, .

soulʻuhane. soul snatching, as by sorcery, poʻi ʻuhane. tarrying place of souls, puʻu kū ʻakahi.

soullessʻuhane ʻole.

sound₁noise. leo, kani, , papā, olokani; wawā, ʻuwā, wawalo, walo (loud); nei, puō (muffled, indistinct); oe, oeoe, aeae, hoehoe, kōloa, olo (prolonged); nahenahe, nahe, lahe, aheahe, hone, honehone, hihio (soft); poʻa, kani pē (hollow); (shrill); ʻou, ʻouʻou (sharp); ʻowē (of tearing); kani wahie (hard, ringing); leo ʻokoʻa (as in language); ʻaʻaea (of infants). rare: laolao, luʻi, ʻōhāhā, palaiki, palalā, palalū. see n- (Haw.-Eng.), bang, boom, letter, roar, rumble, shrill, tone. simultaneous sounds, olowalu.

sound₂flawless. kīnā ʻole, paʻa.

sound₃fathom (verb). ana i ka hohonu.

soundsound barrier. palena holo kani. speed of sound. māmā kani, māmā holo o ke kani. see entries below.

soundalso sound effects, as on a computer. kani. see beep. sound effects, as far a play, movie, or video production. kani keaka. sound editor. luna hoʻoponopono kani. sound effects coordinator. luna kani keaka. sound technician. mea ʻenehana kani.

soundsound segment, in linguistics. hua. epenthetic sound. hua komo.

sound holeas on an ʻukulele or guitar. puka kani.

sound wavelengthkōā hawewe kani. see amplitude, sound waves.

sound wavesas used in measuring ocean depths. hawewe kani. see sound wavelength.

soupkai, kupa.

soupbonekuʻekuʻe pipi.

sourʻawa, ʻawaʻawa, ʻawaʻawahua, ʻawaʻawahia. also: mala, malaia, malailena, ʻākia, mulemule, ʻīʻī, hanahana, halahala; ʻawaʻawa ʻākia (as acid, or extremely sour); kahania, mamalahia, huaʻā (as poi). see disposition. sour smell, kūālani, palani, palanioa.

sourcekumu, mole. also: momole, molemole, kula, kupuna, maka. water source, kula wai, māno wai, poʻo wai, pukana wai, ʻōmaka. source of income or livelihood, kula waiwai. source of life, māno wai (fig.).

sourcereference material, as a dictionary. kūmole. see entry below and resource. root, derivation, or origin, as the etymology of a word. molekumu.

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

southhema. also: kaunalipo, lalo; ʻelemoe (priestly name). go south, hele iho i ka hema, iho, hoʻoihona.

southhema. abb. hm. see entries below. South Pole. Wēlau Hema.

South Africaalso South African. ʻApelika Hema, ʻAferika Hema.

South AmericaʻAmelika Hema.

South Americaalso South American. ʻAmelika Hema.

South CarolinaKalolaina Hema.

South Carolinaalso South Carolinean. Kalolaina Hema.

South ChinaSeake Kai ʻo Kina Hema.

South DakotaKakoka Hema.

South Dakotaalso South Dakotan. Kakoka Hema, Dakota Hema.

South HamptonKau Hamekona.

South Koreaalso South Korean. Kōlea Hema, Kōrea Hema.

South PoleWēlau Hema.

South Yemenalso South Yemenite, South Yemeni. Iemene Hema. see North Yemen.

southeasthikina hema, kauliki.

southernhema, lalo. southern sky, lipo, kaunalipo, liolio-i-wawau.

Southern CrossHōkū-keʻa, Ka-peʻa, Newa, Newe, Kaulu, Hānai-a-ka-malama.

Southern Equatorial Currentin oceanography. kalekale. see Northern Equatorial Current, Equatorial Countercurrent.

southern hemispherepoepoe hapa hema. see hemisphere.

southwestkomohana hema, kauweke.

souvenirmea hoʻomanaʻo. also: pukana, paʻaloha. souvenir of a beloved, pukana aloha.

sovereignmōʻī.

sovereigntyea.

Soviet Unionsee Russia.

sow₁pig. puaʻa wahine. old sow, koloʻuʻa, puaʻa kumulau.

sow₂scatter. , , lūlū, hoʻoheleleʻi.

sow bugpokipoki.

sow bugpokipoki.

sowerlūlū hua.

soy saucesee shoyu.

soy sauceshoyu. koiū.

soybeanalso soya bean. pāpapa koiū.

sp

spa    spe    sph    spi    spl    spo    spr    spu    spy    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

spacelewa, haka, wahi hakahaka, wahi kaʻawale, , kōwā, koana, olowā; apoālewa (where birds soar). outer space, lewa mawaho, lewa lilo loa, lewa luna lilo. to make spaces, hoʻokuakua.

spaceas a crack between fence boards. kōā. see entries below and crack. as on a game board such as monopoly. kuea. chance space (in monopoly). kuea huki pepa. between horizontal lines on a musical staff. o ke kōkua hua mele, o ke kōkua. see musical staff.

spaceas between words when typing on a computer or typewriter. kaʻahua. see tab, spacing. space bar. pihi hoʻokō ā, pihi kaʻahua (preceded by ke). as in tab settings on a computer or typewriter. kāwā. disk space, as on a computer hard drive or floppy disk. hakahaka .

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

spacelewa. see entries below and atmosphere. outer space. lewa lipo. space alien, extraterrestrial. mea aoʻ ē. space map. palapala lewa lipo. space walk. hele lewa lipo. space capsule. kelena moku ahikao.

space cranealso remote manipulator arm. lima kia pihi.

space figurein math. kinona pihanahaka. see geometric figure, plane figure.

space flightlele lewa lipo. manned space flight. lele lewa lipo kanaka.

space probeʻakiu lewa lipo.

space programpolokalamu lewa lipo.

space shipmokuhali lewa lipo

space shipmokuhali lewa lipo

space shuttlemokuhali lewa lipo.

space stationoʻioʻina lewa lipo.

space suitpaʻalole hele lewa.

spacecraftalso spaceship. moku ahikao.

spacerhaha kā ʻupena, una (for making nets).

spaceshipalso spacecraft. moku ahikao.

spacingas lines in a printed document. koana. see space. single space, single-line spacing. koana pākahi. one and one-half space, one and one-half-line spacing. koana pākahi hapalua. double space, double-line spacing. koana pālua. to set spacing. hoʻokoana.

spaciousākea.

spade₁shovel. ʻōʻō, ʻōʻōpē.

spade₂playing card. peki. king of spades, kini peki. ace of spades, ʻeki peki, ʻeki pihulu.

spadesmall spade, as a garden tool. kopalā liʻiliʻi.

spading forkʻō ʻeli (preceded by ke).

spadixiho, ʻīkoi pua.

spaghettipakeki.

SpainKepania, Sepania.

SpainKepania, Sepania.

spanapo, kaulua, kīkoʻo. for life span, see sunrise.

spanlife span . kāwā ola.

SpaniardPaniolo.

SpanishKepania, Sepania, Paniolo. Spanish clover, kīkānia pipili.

spankpaʻi, paʻi i ka pāpākole.

spannerpaniani, paaniani.

sparʻōpeʻa, oʻa peʻa, oʻa moku; kia (mast); pumi (boom).

spare₁save. ola, hoʻōla, kāpae. see ex., kaʻaʻokoʻa. to spare life, ola, waiho ola. Spare my life, e ola au iā ʻoe.

spare₂extra. keu, koe, kaʻawale, kaiʻokia.

spareribsiwi ʻaoʻao o ka puaʻa.

sparinglyʻauʻa, kīhau; muni (rare). to eat sparingly, ʻai pākiko, hoʻokāwala.

sparkhunaahi (of fire).

spark plugʻōpuʻuahi.

sparkleʻā (as a fire or gem); hulali, hulili, lohi, ʻalohi, ʻōnohinohi. see glitter, shine.

sparklerfireworks. hōkūpaʻalima.

sparkling wateralso mineral water. wai piʻipiʻi.

sparrowmanu liʻiliʻi, kepola.

sparrowmanu kālā.

sparsekāwala, kakaʻikahi; namauahi (rare), see inhabited.

sparsealso few; seldom, rarely. kākaʻikhai.

SpartaKepalake, Separate; Kapaka, Sapata. a Spartan existence, he nohona puni kaua ā hoʻowahāwahā i nā mea e hoʻohiwahiwa ai i ka noho ʻana.

spasmoikū, huki, ʻāʻiliʻili, kaʻapā.

spatterpakī, hoʻopakī, mahiki, palalē, kikiko.

spatter conein geology. puʻu pōhāhā. see ejecta.

spatulaalso pancake turner. ʻūolau. rubber spatula. ʻūlau kahi.

spawnpua iʻa, ʻāhua.

speakʻōlelo, walaʻau, namu, ʻī, hoʻopuka, leo, kulaʻau, pane, pua, hua, hōpilo, kūpāʻoi, pāoʻioʻi; hewa ka waha (hastily, too much). see chat, garrulous, gibberish, indistinct, jabber, rude, speech. speak loudly, leo nui, leoleo, leoleowā, ōleoleo, pakakī, kaʻaleo; pūhāhā (fig.). speak softly, leo iki. speak with force, koʻikoʻi ka ʻōlelo, haʻanoʻu. speak harshly, bluntly, ʻāwaha, hoʻokala, ʻoʻoleʻa nā ʻōlelo, kīpehi, paopao, hoʻopukakū, pūhāhā. speak largerly unintelligibly as with impediment or a foreign language, namu, palalē, hīkapalalē, hapakuʻe, hāpuʻupuʻu. speak vaguely, kāholo ka ʻōlelo. speak cautiously, deliberately, ʻōlelo akahele, akaʻōlelo. speak brokenly, pāhemahema i ka hoʻonohonoho ʻana i nā hua ʻōlelo. speak but little, ʻekemu.

speakerka mea e ʻōlelo ana (the one talking), haʻiʻōlelo (lecturer, orator), luna hoʻomalu (chairman). To the honorable speaker, i ka mea hanohano, ka luna hoʻomalu.

speakeras for a stereo. pahu leo. see amplifier.

spearihe, ihe paheʻe, ʻēlau (short); pololū (long); ihe laumeki (barbed); ihe ʻō (piercing); ʻau hau (of hibiscus wood); ʻauʻau (of loulu palm wood); kao, ʻō, ʻōkoholua (fishing); pōluhi, polokāwaʻe. see bath. cluster of spears, makalau, mākini. fish spear shot from bow, pana iʻa. spear point, ʻēlau, maka ihe. spear thrust, ʻai, pahuna. throwing of spears at a chief as test of courage and skill, kā aliʻi, kāliʻi. art of spear throwing, lono-maka-ihe. sport of spear throwing, ʻōʻō ihe, paheʻe, kāhau. spear fencing, kākā lāʻau. god of spear fighters, lono-maka-ihe. to spear seals, ʻō hulu. to spear octopuses, ʻō heʻe.

spearfishaʻu.

spearmintkepemineka.

specialkūikawā, mea i wae ʻia. special or occasional report, hōʻike kūikawā. special order, kauoha nui.

special effectshiʻohiʻona naʻiau. to have special effects. naʻiau. to add special effects. hoʻonaʻiau (i ka hiʻohiʻona). special effects coordinator, as for movie or video production. luna hiʻohiʻona naʻiau.

specialistlaekahi.

specialtyʻoihana mākaukau loa, mea mākaukau loa. specialty of the house (restaurant), mea ʻai poʻokela o ka hale ʻaina.

speciationkūālāhulu

specieslāhui.

speciesin biology. lāhulu, lāhui. see endangered. depleted species. lāhulu emi, lāhui emi. endangered species act. kānāwai lāhulu ʻane halapohe. related species. pili lāhulu.

specifickuhikuhi pono ʻia.

specifickikoʻ ī. see entries below and document specific.

specific gravityalso relative gravity. lākiō paʻapū wai.

specific heatin physics. ana piʻi wela.

specificationsnā kuhikuhi pono.

specificationsalso specs, to specify. kuhiʻī.

specifiedi ʻōlelo ʻia. at a specified time, i kekahi manawa i ʻōlelo ʻia.

specifysee specifications.

specimenmea hōʻikeʻike.

specimenlaʻana.

speckkiko, huna, māhune, pula.

speckledkiko, kikokiko, loli, ʻīloli, pulepule, ʻōpulepule.

spectaclesmakaaniani; makaaniani ʻūmiʻi (pince-nez).

spectatormākaʻikaʻi.

specterlapu, akua lapu, kāhoaka. Specter of the Brocken, ʻAkakū ānuenue.

spectrumʻauina ehuwewe

speculatehoʻopukapuka (invest). see conjecture.

speechʻōlelo, haʻiʻōlelo; pepelu (repetitious); ʻōlelo lolelole (roundabout, twisted); haʻiʻōlelo kānaenae ā hoʻoleʻa (eulogistic); kākākiʻi (blundering); puaʻo (rude, abrupt). see waha and below, indistinct, speak, language.

speechhaʻiʻ ōlelo. see oral report. expressive speech; speech to entertain. haʻiʻōlelo mikolololehua. narrative speech. haʻiʻ ōlelo kūhahaʻi. persuasive speech. haʻiʻ ōlelo hoʻohuli manaʻo.

speechlessʻōlelo ʻole, leo ʻole, , mumule, ʻōkā, waha pio.

speedʻāwīwī, māmā, wikiwiki. also: kaʻaholo, hoʻokāholo, hikiwawe, paukikī, miki, haulani. see sayings, pola₁, fast. to speed recklessly, as an auto, holo pupule, holo ʻino, holo akahele ʻole, holo nui, hoʻokele ʻino.

speedmāmā holo. see entries below and accelerate, decelerate. average speed. ʻawelike meme holo. speed of light. māmā kukuna , māmā holo o ke kukuna . speed of sound. māmā kani.

speed bumpas on a road or in a parking lot. puʻu haʻapupū.

speed readto speed read. heluwawe. speed reading. ka heluwawe ʻana. see speed write.

speed writeto speed write; also any document which has been written using speed writing. kāwawe. see speed read.

spell₁orthography. pela, kepela, kauhua, hoʻokuʻi. How is your name spelled? Pehea e pela ai kou inoa?

spell₂charm, power. mana, pule. under the spell of, malalo o ka mana o, paʻa i ka mana o.

spell₃magical. pule. to cast a spell, hoʻohei manaʻo.

spellsee misspelled word.

spell checkeras of a computer document; also to spell cheek. loipela. see proofread.

spellboundhei ʻia.

spellingkepela, kepela ʻana.

spelling bookpuke aʻo kepela, palapala pīʻāpā.

spendhoʻolilo; hoʻomauna, (wastefully).

spendingdeficit spending. hoʻolilo pākeu.

spendthriftmea lū wale. see saying, ʻākau₁.

sperm₁see semen.

sperm₂whale. kēpama, koholā kēpama, pāma. sperm oil, ʻaila kēpama, ʻaila pāma.

spermalso spermatozoon, in biology. huaʻāne. see ovum.

sphagnumhulupūʻēʻē, mākūpiʻi hulupōʻēʻē. see moss.

spherepoepoe, poepoepīkoi, paʻa poepoe; poepoehāwaʻe (flat).

spherepoepoe. see globe, hemisphere. in math. paʻapoepoe.

sphincteran annular muscle surrounding and able to contract or close a bodily opening or channel. mākala ʻamo.

sphinxa mythological monster with the head of a woman and the body of a lion. kanaka kino liona. see entry below.

sphinxthe huge Sphinx found near the pyramids at Giza in Egypt. Sapenika liona.

spicemea hoʻomiko ʻai, mea hōʻonoʻono mea ʻai; hua ʻala (Biblical).

spiderlanalana, lalana, nananana; kuʻukuʻu (variety). spinning spider, pūnāwelewele. large house spider, peʻepeʻemakawalu. spider, hit by the southerly wind, turns over (FS 183), lanalana, pā ʻia e ke Kona, huli pū (of a weakling).

spidernananana, nanana. see tarantula. black widow spider. nananana hese ʻeleʻele, nanana hese ʻeleʻele. happy face spider. nananana makakiʻi, nanana makakiʻi. no-eyed big-eyed hunting spider. nananana maka ʻole, nanana maka ʻole.

spider dancehula peʻepeʻemakawalu.

spider webhihi pūnāwelewele, ʻupena nananana, pūnāwelewele.

spiderflowerhonohina, ʻiliʻohu.

spikekia, hākia, mākia, kui, meki, wana; kukuna, hākui (as of sea urchin); kao (as on the tail of a sting ray); puapua (in the back of sphinx moth). spike on a spur, kui kēpā.

spiketo spike (the ball), in volleyball. hili, pākī. see hitter. to spike with closed fist. kuʻi puʻupuʻu. to spike with open hand. paʻi pālahalaha. to make a fake spike, an off-speed shot. pākī ʻepa. angle spike. hili ʻaoʻao. line spike. hili laina. point from. spike. ʻai hele wale.

spikedwanawana, ʻoʻe.

spikenardnaleko.

spillhanini, nini, palalē; manini (rare); spill over, halalē.

spinniniu, hoʻoniniu. also: molo, mola, ʻōkaʻa, niu, liua, pōniu, ʻōniu, poahi, hoʻoniua, pokakaʻa; milo, ʻōmilo, lōmilo, hilo (as thread); kūwili (as in a dance). to spin a top, hoʻoniniu i ka hū, ʻōniu; pūniu (rare). The brain spins, kaʻa ka lolo.

spinachʻīnika.

spinachlūʻau haole.

spinal cordaʻalolo kuamoʻo

spindlekālī, kui wili lopi. spindlelegs, ʻauhaka.

spindlinghīnawenawe, hīnawe, nānawaū, hīnewanewaū.

spindlyāewa, holili, līlā, lolopaioea, lolopaioa.

spineiwikuamoʻo, kuamoʻo (backbone); kukū, kālī, wanawana. spines on fish fin, iwi kā, iwi kala, iwi kā lalo, iwi kala kua, kākala, pola, kōkala.

spinebackbone. iwi kuamoʻo. see vertebra.

spinneras in board games. pāniniu (preceded by ke).

spinsterwahine kāne ʻole, kāne ʻole, wahine male ʻole. see old maid.

spinsterhoodnoho male ʻole.

spinywanawana.

spiralʻoni (of colors in a lei); pākaʻawili, pākaʻuwili. a spiral design, moʻoni (in featherwork).

spiralkaiahōkū wiliau

spiralateralin math. pākaʻawili. to draw a spiralateral. kaha pākaʻawili.

spiralateral-based learningaʻo kahua ʻuhane. see Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

spiritʻuhane, wailua; akua (for various types, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). also: ea, haili, hoaka, kupu, makani, mauli, ʻula. cf. ʻaumakua, (Nānā 193-195). Holy Spirit, ʻUhane Hemolele. unclean, evil spirit, ʻuhane ʻino (Biblical); nukumaneʻo, aumiha. disembodied spirit, ʻula lele. spirit of dead, kino wailua, ʻunihipili, ʻuhinipili. spirit of living, kino aka, kāhoaka, makuakeahu; kakaola (visible). to feed spirits of the dead, kākūʻai. traveling spirit, ʻuhane hele. guardian spirit, ʻuhane kiaʻi. the multitudinous spirits. kini akua. abode of the spirits, kaha akua. people familiar with spirits, people who seek familiar spirits, poʻe nīnau kupapaʻu. possession by spirits, noho. spirit possessing a person, ʻuhane noho, akua noho. spirit possessing partially, akua kīhei pua, ʻuhane kīhei pua. spirit that possesses a medium and speaks through him, makani noho. calling voices of the spirit, leo wawalo o ka hanehane. one who consults the dead or spirits, nīnau kupapaʻu. to summon spirits, hoʻonoho. to communicate with spirits, kilo ʻuhane. to speak through familiar spirits, nīnau ʻuhane. Blessed are the poor in spirit (Mat. 5.3) , pōmaikaʻi ka poʻe i haʻahaʻa ka naʻau.

spiritedhōʻeuʻeu, kāʻeuʻeu, piha ʻeu, ioioleʻa, uilani.

spiritlessloha, kāʻeuʻeu ʻole, kūpolō.

spiritswai ʻona.

spiritualmana, lani, ʻuhane, pili ʻuhane. spiritual powers, mana ʻuhane, papa lani. spiritual things, kō ka ʻuhane.

spiritualistkilo ʻuhane.

spitkuha, pupuhi; (cat). spit constantly, pakī ke kuha. to make a cat spit, hoʻokī.

spitemauhala, naʻau kopekope. in spite of, i loko o, me ka nānā ʻole.

spittlekuha, hāʻae, naʻo; puʻawai, hikianakopili (rare).

spittoonipu kuha.

SpitzbergenKapikapakena, Sapitabagena.

splashpakī. also: kāpeku, poʻo, pākuʻikuʻi, hoʻopakī, kuhō, kīkahō, hohō, māpu; kapauʻu (as fish); kapakapa, kapakē, kapa (as raindrops on water); ʻoloʻā (as surf on rocks). sound of splashing, ʻuʻina.

spleenakeloa, akenīʻau.

spleenakeloa.

splendidkamahaʻo, hiehie.

splendornani, nani kamahaʻo, hinuhinu. also: ʻalohi, hine, hoaka, kamahoi, polina. heavenly splendor, ʻihi lani.

splicekuʻi, hoʻokuʻi; splice on, pākuʻi. also: kuʻikaʻa, kaumoʻo, pānaʻi, ʻuo; malina (as rope).

spliceto splice, as film or video segments for movie or video production. hoʻokuʻikuʻi. see assemble editor.

splintlāʻau hoʻopololei.

splintermāmala, huluhulu, lāʻau. I have a splinter in my hand, ua kū koʻu lima i ka lāʻau.

splinteralso sliver. māmalamala.

splitwāhi. also: wāhia, wāwahia, ʻakaka, mahae, nahā, hoʻonahā, ʻowā; kōhi (as breadfruit); ʻōwae (as dry earth); split open, makili, kūlepe. rare: lepeulu, muaiwa, ʻuwia. splitting of a breadfruit, kōhina. split hairs, ʻainemanema.

splitas in a sidewalk; also to split. ʻoā. see crack.

split endin football. lala. see tight end, safety.

splitterkōhi.

splotchpōhaka.

spoil₁decay. ʻIno, ʻinoʻino, māʻinoʻino, pilau; pilapilau (not quite spoiled); palahū, palakāhela, nehi, kēwai, pūnonu; kiohoa (as flowers); malau (rare).

spoil₂mar. hōkai, pahuʻa, hoʻopahuʻa; hoʻohaukaʻe (as a ballot). see damage.

spoil₃pamper. pai, mailani, pailani, hoʻokamalani (as a child).

spoil₄booty. waiwai kaua, waiwai pio, loaʻa, waiwai i haoʻia.

spoiledsee worthless.

spoilsportpepehi i ka manaʻolana.

spokekukuna (as of a wheel). see speak.

spokeas on a bicycle wheel. kukuna. bicycle spoke. kukuna huila paikikala.

spokesmanwaha ʻōlelo.

spongehuʻakai, huʻahuʻakai, ʻūpī; ʻana (stony). coconut sponge, lolo niu, iho.

spongethe aquatic animal. huʻakai.

spongykalekale, naele.

spongyas leaves of the pānini. ʻūpiʻū. see coconut.

sponsormea kākoʻo.

sponsora legislator who presents and/or assumes responsibility for the passing of a bill. mea hāpai pila.

spontaneouskupu wale, ulu wale. spontaneous combustion, ʻā wale.

spontanousimpromptu. ulu wale.

spoolpōkaʻa. spool of thread, pōkaʻa lopi. spool pins on sewing machine, pou.

spoonpuna. coconut-shell spoon, kīʻoʻe. spoon for pālau pudding, kīʻoʻe pālau. large or serving spoon, puna nui.

spoonbillkoloa mōhā.

spoonfulpiha puna.

sportmea pāʻani hoʻoikaika kino (body strengthening). see archery, baseball, basketball, box, cockfighting, dive, fence, football, foot race, game, kite, pole vault, shot-put, sled, slide, surf, weight, wrestling.

sporthaʻuki. indoor sport. haʻuki maluhale. outdoor sport. haʻuki kaupokulani. coach for sports. kaʻi ʻālapa. sports trainer. kaʻi haʻuki.

sports carkaʻa mio.

spotkiko, kīkohu, kāpala, pōhaka, weʻaweʻa, ʻāweʻaweʻa; pūhāʻaʻā (rare). to imprint with spots, heʻaheʻa.

spottedkikokiko, kikiko, pākikokiko, niʻo, niniʻo, paniniʻo, pāniʻo; ʻōniʻo (as a pig); kīnohi, loli, ʻīloli; nokea (white); kāpule (black); pulepule, ʻōpulepule, pikapika, ʻāpikapika; ʻōpikopiko (as with tattoo marks); pūkoʻa; pona (as the sea with various shades).

spousekāne, wahine, kekahi, kahi; punalua (spouses sharing a spouse); ʻepukane, hoa ʻinau; wai ʻapo (fig.); piliʻaoʻao, moe mau. How is your spouse? Pehea kahi oʻolua?

spoutkīkī, kānuku, nuku, ʻoʻoma; puhi (as a whale). see waterspout.

spoutto spout, as a whale. pūhāhā.

sprainmāui, hoʻomāui, ʻanuʻu.

sprainedʻunu.

sprawlmoe pākiʻi, kūpeleleu, kāhelahela (as a person). fall sprawling, hina pālaha.

sprayʻehu, ehu, ʻehu kai, huna kai, hune kai, makakai, huna wai, huna wailele, uahi wai, ʻehu wai, ʻea, kāhilihili, lelehuna, lelehune, ʻūpī, wai puhia, wai ehu, puʻawai, pōhūhū (rare). white spray, white caps, ʻale kuakea, papākea. wind-blown spray, kilihune, kaiehu, wai puhia. The spray of surfing arises, ea mai ka makakai heʻe nalu. Poetic references to spray may signify, sexual relations.

spraykīkī. see substance. spray paint. pena kīkina. spray wax. kīkina hoʻohinuhinu.

spreadhāliʻi, laha. also: ʻaʻai (as a sore); ʻaʻama (the fingers); ʻapakau (as sunlight); hāliʻi pili (as rain over pili grass); hela (as the arms); hola, hohola, pāhola, ʻuhola, holopapa, hihi, hihina; paʻahihi, malele (here and there); pāhihi, oha, hīkākā (as vines); hamo, hāpola (as butter); hikikiʻi (as mist); hōlapu, hoʻolapa (as fire); hoʻokio; kaʻapeha (wings or tail feathers); kāhela, kūkawowo, hoʻolaha, hoʻolaulaha, laulaha, pālaha, maʻau, moʻau, mana; manana (as octopus tentacles); moana, moanaana, mahola, māholahola, mōhā, mōhāhā, mohala, mōhalahala, mohahala, mōhola, nakulu, nana, neʻepapa, neneʻe; pākiʻi (flat); peleleu, puakea, pūnohu, uhi, ulu. rare: īheʻe, nanaʻi, ualei. patchwork spread or quilt, uhi ʻāpana. spread the knees, hāliʻi kuli. spread the news, kuʻi ka lono, lonopapa, laulaha. spread gossip, holoholo ʻōlelo.

spreadas data on a graph, in math. waiho. data spread. ka waiho o ka ʻikepili.

spread openalso blossoming, blooming, as a flower. mohala.

spreaderwae, waewae (in canoe).

spreadingsee divergent.

spreadsheetas in a computer program. pakuhi makaʻaha. spreadsheet program. polokalamu pakuhi makaʻaha.

sprightlyʻeleu, mikimiki, ʻuleu, miki. also: kili, ʻākepa, ʻouo, ʻināʻinau.

spring₁water source. puna, kumu wai, hāpuna, pūnāwai; wai hū, māpuna, māpunapuna (bubbling); ʻele (covered with growth); pūhau (cool). spring water, wai māpuna. spring tide, kai piha.

spring₂season. No Hawaiian word; terms sometimes used: kupulau, laʻa ulu, kau o makalapua.

spring₃coil. pilina. see bedsprings. The springs are broken, pili pū ka pilina.

springkupulau. see vernal equinox.

springkau kupulau

springkau kupulau

spring beautya kind of flower. nanikupulau.

springboardpapa lele kawa (for diving).

SpringfieldKepilepila, Sepirefila.

springynolu, ʻapiʻapi, holu, ʻolu, napa, nape, nenelu.

sprinkle₁scatter. pīpī, pīpī wai, , pī wai, pī kai, pī kai ʻōlena, kāpīpī, kūpīpī, hoʻokelekele; kaiehu (as poi being pounded); sprinkle with salt, kāpī, kāpīpī, kōpī, kōpīpī, kāhunahuna.

sprinkle₂rain. ua kilikili, ua kilikilihune.

sprinklerwiliwiliwai (lawn).

sprintdash. holo kikī.

spritkoʻo, ō. sprit line, kaula ō.

sproutkupu. also: ʻōkupu, ēwe, heu, hoʻoheu, ʻōheu, holi, hoʻoulu, ilo, iloilo, hoʻoilo, māʻau, maʻū, māʻiʻi, meʻo, ʻōmeʻo, nopu, oho, ʻōilo, ʻōʻili ka maka, pulapula; polapola (as a bud); pōhuli, puʻu.

sproutkawowo. see coconut. alfalfa sprout. kawowo ʻalapapa. bean sprout. kawowo pāpapa. to germinate. ilo. to cause to sprout. hoʻoilo.

sprucelāʻau hū.

spryʻeleu. also: ʻakakē, ʻeleʻio, puahia, ʻuleulele.

spun yarnpāniani.

spurkēpā, kākala. sharp spurs of fighting cock, kākala-pī-ka-wai. budding spur of young cock, ʻōpuʻu. to strike with spurs, as fighting cocks, kīkākala.

spuralso to spur; to gore with a tusk. kepa, kēpā. see boarʻs tusk.

spurgekokokahiki; kaliko (wild variety).

spurnhōʻole ʻino.

spurtkikī, mokī, mokīmokī, pakī, hanuʻu, kokoi.

sputtering, kukukū.

sputumkuha, hāʻae.

spykiu. also: ʻakiu, hākiu, makākiu, kilo, hākilo, hālua, hoʻomahua; kaʻukoe, kaʻuō (unarmed); mākaʻi; spy cunningly, kiuhoʻopulu. see saying, heron. to act as a spy, hoʻomakākiu.

spyglassʻohe nānā.

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squadpaukū, kuea. cf. platoon.

squadronmahele ʻaumoku, mahele koa.

squallkīkīao, kaumuku.

squanderʻuhaʻuha, hoʻomāunauna, ʻuha ʻai, .

squarehuinahā kaulike, huinahā like, kuea; ʻili (in measurements). square foot, kapuaʻi kuea, kapuaʻi ʻili. square root, kumu kuea.

squarein math. pāhoʻonui lua. see entries below and cubed, hundredths square. the square of the number. ka pāhoʻonui lua o ka helu. geometric shape. huinahā like.

square footin math. kapuaʻi pāhoʻonui lua. abb. kp ph². lay term. kapuaʻi kuea.

square rootin math. kumu pāhoʻonui lua.

squash₁vegetable. , ipu pū, palaʻai, pū kualau.

squash₂see smash.

squashgeneral term. ipu. see pumpkin. an edible variety. pipinola.

squatʻōkuʻu, kīʻenenei, kīʻelelei, kīkenenei, kīʻelei, kīʻolei, kikanalei, kīʻililī, ʻauwae puʻu, neʻineʻi.

squattermea noho kuleana ʻole; lōpālauʻeka (insulting term).

squattypepe.

squawkkohā, kani halalē.

squeakʻuwīʻuwī, kakani, poʻo, .

squealʻalalā, ʻuwīʻuwī, , wīwī.

squeezeʻuwī, ʻōpā, kaomi, lomi. also: ʻumiki, ʻūmiʻi, ʻūpī, kōwī, kāwī, hoka; pahūpahū (as fish); pikipiki, ʻuwī (in milking); squeeze out, pakū, kāwī, kōwī, hoʻopoheke. rare: kāpā, kūpī. to soak and squeeze, as in preparing pia, peluluka.

squeezeʻuī₂

squeezeʻuī₂

squidmūheʻe. see ʻalaʻala, octopus.

squidas per haole definition; cuttlefish as per local definition. mūheʻe. as per local definition; octopus as per haole definition. heʻe.

squid lūʻauheʻe lūʻau

squid lūʻauheʻe lūʻau

squintpipī, pipipi, maka pili.

squirmpīhole, hole. also: kaʻanini, laumilo, ueue, oioi, ʻoni, neʻe.

squirrelkiulela.

squirrelkiulela. see chipmonk. arctic ground squirrel. kiulela ʻālika.

squirrelfishʻūʻū, ʻalaʻihi; ʻaʻalaʻihi (young).

squirtpakī, ʻūpī, , mūkī.

squishʻūpī.

sr

sri    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

sri lankasililanaka.

st

sta    std    ste    sti    sto    str    stu    sty    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

stabhou, ʻō; polo (rare). to stab with a knife, hou pahi.

stable₁see barn.

stable₂see firm.

stablehale lio.

staccatokī hoʻoikaika (music).

stackpuʻu, kūpaʻi.

stackto stack, as windows in a computer program. hoʻokūpaʻi. to stack windows. hoʻokūpaʻi pukaaniani.

stackshaka puke

stackshaka puke

stadiakekakia.

stadiumkahua pāʻani.

staff₁stick. koʻokoʻo, pahu, ʻau; music staff, koʻokoʻo, kumu pākōlī, oʻa. small staff, ʻauliʻi. to lean upon a staff, kālele.

staff₂workers. poʻe kōkua, poʻe hana.

staffmusical staff. kōkua hua mele, koʻokoʻo, kumu ʻākōlī.

staff roomlumi limahana

staff roomlumi limahana

stage₁theatrical. kahua (platform).

stage₂period. .

stageas of a microscope. paepae aniani kaupaneʻe. see slide (microscope). as level of development or difficulty. pae. see level.

stage manageror key grip, as for movie or video production. luna kūkulu kahua. see stagehand.

stagecoachkaʻa ʻōhua.

stagehandor grip, as for movie or video production. mea kūkulu kahua. see stage manager.

staggerkunewa, newa, kūnewanewa; stagger forward, kikiwi. also: hīkākā, kanaliʻo, kūpou, hoʻohiō, hoʻokiwi, pāhila; mahīkākā (rare).

staghornuluhe, unuhe.

stagnantlana mālie ā ʻōpilopilo; ʻonaʻona, kupalaka. stagnant water, wai kū.

stainkohu, kāpala, haukaʻe, kīkohu, palaheʻa, kīpalaheʻa, kīnaʻu. stained red, kāheʻa, heʻa, kiliheʻa, kīheʻaheʻa, ; hamo ʻula (as tapa). to stain, kūhili, heʻaheʻa, uhi, waihoʻoluʻu. octopus tentacle stain, ʻōpikopiko.

stairʻanuʻu. see step.

staircase landingpaepae alapiʻi.

stairsalapiʻi, ʻanuʻu.

stake₁staff. pahu, papahu, mākia. stake taboo sign, pahu kapu. goal stake, pahu hope, pahu hopu. stake in owl trap, ʻolokaʻa.

stake₂wager. pili.

staketent stake. pine halepeʻa.

stakekui hoʻopaʻa

stakekui hoʻopaʻa

stakeskumu pili

stakeskumu pili

stalactitekuluna.

stalagmitekulalo.

stalemaloʻo (as bread); polopolona (as air).

stalk₁stem. , ʻau, kūʻau, koʻo. also: hākai, ʻauʻau. stalk with many branches, pū manamana. hereditary stalk, hāhoʻoili (of a family long-established).

stalk₂to follow. hahai malū, uhai mālie, hoʻomoho, hakupehe.

stall₁compartment. keʻena; kāmala (for horses or cattle). market stall, pākaukau makeke.

stall₂to stop. mamau, hoʻomamau, nuha, pupū. stalled, as a car, mau.

stallshower stall. keʻena kililau.

stallionlio laho, lio keʻa.

stalwartuʻi, ikaika, meʻe.

stammersee stutter.

stamp₁symbol of paid money. poʻoleka (postage). war-savings stamp, poʻoleka kaua. stamp collection, hōʻiliʻili poʻoleka. to put on a stamp, kau i ka poʻoleka.

stamp₂imprint. hōʻailona paʻi (printed). bamboo stamp for printing tapa, ʻohe kāpala.

stamp₃to bring down with force. hehi, hehi ʻino, keʻehi (as with feet); pahūpahū (with force); kuni (burn, brand).

stampairmail stamp. poʻoleka halilele. sheet of stamps. laulahi poʻoleka.

stampedeʻauheʻe pūʻiwa, hulimoku, holo pūʻāʻā.

stancekūlana, kūnana, keʻehina.

stancedefensive stance, as in basketball. kūlana pale.

stanchionpine.

stand₁upright position. , kukū, kūlia; stand apart, separate, kū kaʻawale, kū kahi, kūkākaʻikahi, kūkaʻikahi; stand with legs apart, kiʻihelei, kiʻelei; stand erect, ʻōkū, ʻūlepe; ʻōkala (as hair); stand rudely with hands on hips or crossed, kūākiʻi, kū ʻahaʻaha; stand together or in rows, kūlike; stand watching, or on cliff edge, hakakaupili. Stand at the top, kū i keʻaki. Stand up for Jesus, kū no Iesu.

stand₂table. pākaukau, pākau.

stand₃platform. kahua.

stand. see tripod, easel. ring stand, as for a test tube. hano hoʻokolohua.

stand forto stand for, as in a math problem. kūhōʻailona.

stand inas for an actor in a movie or video production. pani hakahaka, pani (preceded by ke).

standard₁emblem. kāhili (tall staff, as of kauila wood, with feathers of tropic bird, frigate bird, ʻōʻō, ʻiʻiwi, chicken; symbols of royalty); kāhili paʻa lima (carried in the hand). standard-bearer, lawe kāhili, paʻa kāhili.

standard₂criterion. kūlana paʻa (as weight or money); ana. standard of living, kūlana (ʻano) o ka nohona.

standardmaʻamau, kūmau. see entries below and deluxe. standard room, as in a hotel. lunu maʻamau. standard soil-testing kit. hōkeo kūmau hoʻāʻo lepo. an established model or example. ana hoʻohālike. to set the standard. hoʻopaʻa i ke ana hoʻohālike.

standardUS or customary unit of measurement. anakahi ʻAmelika. standard form, as for numbers. kino huahelu.

standardas in deviation, in math. kūmau. see normal. standard deviation. haiahū kūmau.

standingkuana, . standing committee, kōmike mau. see stand.

standing long jumpin track. lele loloa.

stannous chloridesatanousa koloriside.

stanzapaukū, ʻoki; ʻepe (rare).

staple₁nail. kui piʻo. to staple, ʻūmiʻi.

staple₂principal food. ʻai nui.

staplefor paper. kui ʻūmiʻi pepa. to staple. ʻūmiʻi. stapler. mea ʻūmiʻi pepa. staple remover. mea wehe ʻūmiʻi.

staplermea hoʻopaʻa ʻūmiʻi; ʻūmiʻi pepa (paper).

staplermīkini ʻūmiʻi

staplermīkini ʻūmiʻi

starhōkū. for stars tentatively identified see Aldebaran, Altair, Antares, Arcturus, Betelgeuse, Canopus, Castor, Evening Star, Lyra, Morning Star, Night Star, Pollux, Rigel, Sirius, Vega. see also constellation, month, planet.

starshooting star. hōkū welowelo. the star in the center of the constellation Carina. Mākoi.

star dustʻehu hōkū

starboardʻaoʻao ʻākau. starboard ends of outrigger booms, muku (hence also starboard side of canoe). starboard hull of double canoe, waʻa ʻākea, waʻa kea.

starboardright or starboard side of a single-hulled canoe when looking forward. muku. see port. starboard hull of a double-hulled canoe or right side of a ship when looking forward. ʻākea.

starchpia. manioc starch, pia manioka. starched clothes, lole pia.

starcha white, tasteless, solid carbohydrate found in plants. piaʻai.

starenānā pono, haka pono, haka, hōʻaʻā maka, ʻaʻā, ʻaʻā maka.

starfishpeʻa, peʻapeʻa, ʻōpeʻapeʻa, hōkū kai.

starfishhōkū kai.

starfruithua hōkū.

stargazerkilo hōkū, kilo, kilo lani.

starthoʻomaka, maka hou, , hoʻokumu; hoʻohele (as a clock); ʻoia (as a command to race); start and not finish, lemukū; start up and fly, lehei. Let's get started, e hoʻomaka kākou; hoe aku i ka waʻa (see hoe); hoea.

startto start, as a computer program. hoʻomaka. see quit. to start, as a machine; also to play, as a film or tape. hoʻoholo.

startingstarting point, as in a race. pahukū. starting line. laina pahukū. see finish.

startlehoʻopūʻiwa, hoʻohikilele.

startledpūʻiwa, piʻoloke, puoho, lele ka hauli, hoʻolele ka hauli, meʻeu.

startup diskas in a computer program. hoʻomaka (preceded by ke).

starvemake pōloli.

state₁condition. ʻano, kūlana, , hele ā, pō-, kaʻa.

state₂political unit. mokuʻāina.

state₃to say, haʻi, haʻi manaʻo, hōʻike. publicly stated, ʻōlelo laulā ʻia.

stateas one of the United States. mokuʻāina. see entries below. state fair. hōʻikeʻike mokuʻāina. State Park. Pāka Mokuʻāina.

State Department of AgricultureʻOihana Mahi ʻAi o ka Mokuʻāina.

State Land Use CommissionKomikina Hoʻohana ʻĀina o ka Mokuʻāina.

state wildlife officialluna hoʻomalu holoholona lōhiu, hoʻomalu holoholona lōhiu.

Statehood Actalso Admission Act. Kānāwai Hoʻolilo Mokuʻāina.

statelyhanohano, kohu aliʻi. also: hoʻohie, niolo.

statementʻōlelo, haʻina. bank statement, hōʻike panakō. true statement, ʻōlelo ʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻōlelo kūʻiʻo.

statementʻōlelo. exclamatory statement; also to make such a statement. ʻōlelo hoʻōho. inequality statement, in math. ʻōlelo no ke kaulike ʻole. mission statement. ʻōlelo ala nuʻukia. vision statement. ʻōlelo nuʻukia.

statesmanloea kālai aupuni; makou (rare).

stationhale, hale hoʻolulu, kūlana. see terminal. stations of the cross, alanui o ke keʻa. to station, hoʻonoho, hoʻokahua.

stationas for a computer network. poʻopoʻo. see network server. network station. poʻopoʻo pūnaewele. also channel, as on radio or television. kānela.

stationfield station, as used when mapping a certain area. kikowaena pānānā. see subway. quarantine station. hale hoʻomalu maʻi.

stationarypaʻa, mau. also: kūpene, mōkū, pōhaku.

stationary frontas of weather. kuʻina paʻa. see front.

stationerykālana, kānana. stationery supplies, lako kākau.

station-to-station callalso to make such a call. kelepona kahua. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

statisticshelu; papa helu (tables).

statisticsnumerical facts or data, as in math. ʻikepili helu. see pie chart, table.

stative verbʻaʻano₂

stative verbʻaʻano₂

statuekiʻi, kiʻi kālai ʻia. his statue (of him), kona kiʻi. a statue (by him), kāna kiʻi.

statuekiʻi hoʻomanaʻo

statuekiʻi kālai

statuekiʻi hoʻomanaʻo

Statue of LibertyKūkāʻokoʻa Kiahoʻomanaʻo, ke Kiahoʻomanaʻo ʻo Kūkāʻokoʻa, Kūkāʻokoʻa.

staturekiʻekiʻe.

statuskūlana. health status. kūlana olakino.

statutekānāwai (for various kinds, see kānāwai and below); ʻōlelopaʻa, ʻōlelo kūpaʻa.

statutea law enacted by the legislative branch of a government. kānāwai ʻahaʻōlelo. see law, ordinance.

stay₁remain. noho, ; hoʻopōhaku (rare). staying, noho ʻana.

stay₂line, support. kaula koʻo, koʻo, heʻe.

stay tuned"to be continued," as during a TV program. ʻaʻole i pau.

STDsexually transmitted disease. maʻi lele ai.

steadfastkūpaʻa, ʻonipaʻa, ʻoni ʻole, paʻa, mau, kūkia, hoʻomānea, paʻamua.

steadysee steadfast. to steady, hoʻokūpaʻa.

steakpipi kōʻala (broiled); pipi palai (fried).

stealʻaihue. also: hue, ʻaihuehia, ʻaihuelia, ʻaihuenia, hoʻopuhi, mio, huhuhue; mōkio, pūheʻemiki (and run); molulo, mōlulolulo. see ratlike, thief.

stealto steal, in basketball. ʻaihue.

stealthilynihi, malū.

steammāhu, hoʻomāhu, uahi wai, pūholo. to generate steam, hāwai. to steam food, hākui.

steammāhuea

steammāhuea

steam bathpūloʻuloʻu. to take a steam bath, hoʻopūloʻuloʻu. see sweat bath.

steam rollerlola māhu hana alanui, kimalola.

steam shovelkewe kopalā.

steamed milk(hot) chocolate with steamed milk. kokoleka me ka waiū māhu.

steamrollerkimalola.

steamshipmokuahi, mokumāhu, moku holo ahi. steamship line, laina mokuahi.

steamykūmahumahu.

steelkila. heart of steel, puʻuwai hao kila.

steel woolwire gauze. pulupulu uea.

steeplaumania, , kūnihi, kūlihi, kūnihinihi. also: nihi, kahakō, oheohe, kūmole, kuʻi, ʻūlili; lele koaʻe (fig.); steep as house roof, kūkūohi. rare: hanunu, kūʻoʻili. see towering.

steeplepūʻoʻa.

steer₁to direct. uli, hoʻokele, kia, kupe. steering paddle, hoe uli (see tongue). steering rules, lula nō nā hoe uli.

steer₂male bovine. pipi poʻa.

steersmanuli, hoʻokele, kīpū.

stemsee stalk. also: (as of a goblet); kano (as on a banana bunch); ʻamokiʻi (as of fruits, tubers); ʻaukā (long); hokua, hiʻanakiʻu (of vine); iwi (stem and midrib, as of ti leaf). ti stem, ʻau kī. gourd-leaf stem, hā ipu. place of attachment of stem to leaf, piko.

stem and leaf plotin math. pakuhi ʻau me ka lau. see chart.

stenchsee smell.

stencilanakuhi mahaka.

stenographerkākau ʻōlelo pōkole, kākau pōkole.

step₁foot movement. keʻehi, kaʻi, neʻe (to step); kaʻina wāwae (footstep); step on, hehi, ʻeʻehi; step firmly, hehi ʻino; step back, kuemi; step over, ʻaʻe, mauʻaʻe; step lightly, hani, kakakihi. short step, keʻehi pōkole, eʻe pōkole. long step, keʻehi loa, eʻe loa. in step, kaʻi like. out of step, paʻewa ke kaʻi ʻana. half step (military), keʻehi pōkole.

step₂a rest for the foot. alapiʻi, ʻaʻe, ʻanuʻu; kaulu (as in a cliff); kīpaepae. too many steps, nui loa nā alapiʻi.

stepalso stair. ʻanuʻu. as in problem solving. ʻanuʻu hana, ʻanuʻu.

stepfathermakua kāne kōlea.

stepmothermakuahine kōlea.

stepparentmakua kōlea.

steppinghehina, kaʻi ʻana.

stepsas in a dance or routine. kaʻina wāwae.

stereosee record player.

sterile (of females), hua ʻole. also: maʻiʻawa, lolena. For a sign of future sterility, see ʻōpūlauoho.

sterilizesee castrate, disinfect.

stern₁severe. ʻoʻoleʻa, kūoʻo.

stern₂rear end of a vessel. muli, hope; kīkala; uma (of a canoe, rare).

sternocleido-mastoidthe muscles between the sternum and the base of the ear. mākala luli poʻo.

sternumiwi umauma.

steroidpūhōmona.

steta series of dots written under a word or words which have been lined out to show that no change should be made from the original, in proof-reading. kaha waiho.

stethoscopeʻlli hoʻolohe puʻuwai, kiupe hoʻolohe.

stevedorepoʻolā.

stewkupa, . chicken stew, moa kū. beef stew, pipi kū. to mix or stew with sauce or gravy, kākele.

stewʻōpūku

stewʻōpūku

stewardkuene, ʻāʻīpuʻupuʻu, puʻukū, kanaka lawelawe. see attendant.

steward(ess)flight attendant. kuene mokulele.

stewardesswahine lawelawe, kuene wahine. see attendant.

stick₁wood. lāʻau. also: kūʻau, ʻauʻau; pahu (staff); koʻo. small sticks, laʻalāʻau. digging stick, ʻōʻō, ʻālaʻa. pointed stick, ʻō, kuʻia. stick dancing, kālaʻau. carrying stick, ʻauamo, amo kau, māmaka. stick for husking coconuts, ʻō, ʻōniu. stick snare for birds, lāʻau kia, kia manu, kia. stick or spear used in game, ihe paheʻe. stick held by priest while sacrificing, kāʻaha. stick lure, melomelo, mākālei. stick for spreading oven stones, ulu. stick vise to hold a canoe, kīwaʻa (mōlī).

stick₂to adhere. pili, hoʻopili, pipili, hoʻopipili, pilipili, hoʻopilipili; pili paʻa (firmly).

stick₃see stick out.

sticksmall stick, twig. ʻaulaʻo (preceded by ke). fish stick. manamana iʻa.

stick imageakua kāʻai.

stick outʻoiʻoi, kīkoʻo, koʻokū; stick out tongue, hoʻopakeʻo, ʻoiʻoi.

stickerpepili.

stickpinkuiʻōmou, pine ʻōmou.

stickypipili, hoʻopili. also: pīlalilali, pīlali, lali, aweawe, ʻuoʻuo; ʻālikalika (fig., stingy); ʻūlika, ʻūlikalika, pīlekaleka, leka, pālololo, lina; pīkale (as water on a poi board). any sticky matter, pilipili. sticky juice, kēpau. sticky mud, pālolo. not sticky, maumau (as poi of medium texture).

stiffʻoʻoleʻa; māloʻeloʻe, loʻeloʻe, ʻainā (as from exercise); mākū (as molasses); uāniʻi (as salted fish); lāʻau (as wood); liki (as a limb). also: kaʻeʻe, ʻeʻe, mauwā, māʻuluʻulu, mala, ʻiʻī, ponanā, piliʻaikū. stiff with cold, make anu, hauʻoki. joints are stiff, ʻoʻoleʻa nā ʻami. stiff-backed, nanai, lanai.

stiff neckʻāʻīkū, ʻāʻī ʻoʻoleʻa, ʻāʻī uaua, uakaha, uauakaha.

stiffenhōʻoʻoleʻa, hoʻouāniʻi, paʻakūkū, kano.

stifleʻumi, ʻuʻumi, paʻapū; ikiiki, kikiki. stifling sensation of inhaling smoke, kenakena.

stilealapiʻi (steps); puka pokakaʻa (revolving).

still₁motionless, silent. mālie; lana, wailana (as water); hoʻomalu (as during taboo). also: lūlā, ʻāʻā, kuaehu, ʻelemoe, maialile, ulana. keep still, kulikuli (silent); noho mālie (motionless, silent). still waters, wailana mālie, wailana. see ex., know.

still₂yet. naʻe, koe, ā hiki i kēia wā. still here, eia aʻe nō kā; ke koe nei nō.

still₃distilling apparatus

stiltkukuluaeʻo, aeʻo. to walk on stilts, kukuluaeʻo, aeʻo. to stand on stilts, hakakē.

stilteither the bird or the toy. kūkuluaeʻo.

stimulantmea hoʻoikaika, mea hoʻopaipai.

stimulantlāʻau haʻinole. see depressant.

stimulatehoʻoulu, hoʻūlu, hoʻoikaika, hōʻeuʻeu, hoʻopaipai, hoʻolalelale; haʻinole (rare).

stimulatealso stimulus. kūlale. see response, stimulant. to stimulate, as with a drug. haʻinole.

stimuluskumu hoʻolalelale.

stingkiki, kikikiki, kui, nahu, ʻō, ʻoʻoi, hueloʻawa.

sting rayhīhīmanu, lupe.

stinging flynalo nahu.

stingy, ʻauʻa. also: hōʻāpī, pīpine, lauʻauʻa, akaoʻo, kulipaʻa, kulioʻo, hāliʻi kuli, kāʻiʻī, ʻī, oʻoʻo, maua; manini (modern slang); wekaweka; linu, puʻaki (rare). see saying, uoʻo and fig. idioms, palm, sticky, strain₂.

stinksee smell.

stink vinemaile pilau.

stinkbugpuʻu.

stipulationʻōlelo hoʻopaʻa, ʻano kumu ʻaelike.

stipulepepeiao (as of noni leaf).

stirʻoni (move); kāwili (as ingredients); stir up (excite), hoʻopiʻipiʻi, hōʻeu, hōʻeuʻeu, hōʻeleu, hoʻoulu, hoʻūlu, hoʻouluulu, hoʻouluāoʻa, pai, hoʻopai, hoʻopaipai, hoʻāla, hoʻālaala, ui; kuehu, kaiehu (as dust); hoʻohaunaele (as trouble). also: ʻoai, hoʻāli, kōʻai, ʻapi, nene, hānene, au, wiliau, ʻale, hoʻoniua, hoʻolepe; ulu imu (an oven); hoʻēhu, hoelo, ʻōhani, hiʻali (as a fire). heart-stirring, hōʻoni puʻuwai. to stir with life, ʻīnana.

stirrupkeʻehi, ʻili keʻehi, hao keʻehi; pēkeu (rare). leather covering for stirrups, pale wāwae, ʻoʻoma noho.

stitchhumu (for various kinds, see humu, and entries that follow it); kuʻi, hono; hoʻopihapiha (solid); (cross); hoʻoihoiho (running, in quilting); humuhumu, maka. to sew with long stitches, kāholo, hoʻoholoholo. to sew a quilt so that stitches settle in grooves, hoʻoioio.

stockwaihona, kumupaʻa; kea (in the stock market); poʻo lāʻau (as of a gun). see livestock. to stock, hoʻopiha, hoʻolako.

stockas in the stock market. kea hoʻopukapuka, kea. see invest.

stockade, pā kaua.

StockholmKekokehome, Sekotehome.

stockingkākini.

stocking cappāpale kapuhau.

stockslāʻau kūpeʻe (fetters).

stockypuʻipuʻi, poupou, noʻu.

stokepao, pao ahi.

stokerpao ahi.

stomapukahanu.

stomachʻōpū. also: ʻōpū ʻaiʻai, puʻuʻaiʻai; puʻu (as of some fish). stomach disorders: ʻeha ka ʻōpū, hālapa ka ʻōpū, pualewa ka ʻōpū, nalulu ka ʻōpū, puʻu makani, ʻōpū ʻaki, ʻōpū huli, hoaka, lūmanawahua, manawahua. lines on stomach of pregnant woman, alawela. to move the stomach muscles, as in certain hula dances, papaʻi. The stomach is full, piha ka ʻōpū; paʻa ka houpo. (see houpo).

stomach poisonlāʻau make ʻai.

stonethe common names are pōhaku (for various kinds, see pōhaku and entries that follow it); ʻiliʻili (pebbles); ʻalā (dense basaltic); ʻaʻā, pāhoehoe (volcanic). precious stone, pōhaku makamae. soft porous stones used for polishing or scouring: nohu, noninui, pōhuehue, polipoli, hiena, kauaʻula; kohenalo (corrugated). gated). porous stones: maheu, makaʻāwela, kaʻulaiki; ʻoai, hau (rare). hard dense stones as used for adzes: ʻalāmea, laekoloa (kalaniāʻula, kalamaʻula), lelekepue, keʻe, ʻawaliʻi, haʻialiʻi, ehuehu, ʻalā; haumekū (rare). see basalt, chalk, checkers, coral, emerald, flint, lava, limestone, marble, onyx, pebble, pumice, rock, sinker, topaz and below. stone container used for sorcery, poho kuni ʻanāʻanā. stone lamp, poho kukui, pohokano. stone bowl, poho pōhaku. stone table, papa pōhaku. stone statue, kiʻi pōhaku, ʻeho. stone anchor, hekau, heleuma. stone to sharpen tools, as adzes, pōhaku hoana. stone used in games of pūhenehene and noʻa, noʻa. red-hot stones put inside animals for cooking, ʻeho. stones marking land boundary, iwi. stone pile, puʻu pōhaku, ʻeho. a row of stones, pae pōhaku, nini, niho kaʻi. stone wall, pā pōhaku. stones set interlocking, niho. rough or jagged stone, ʻōahi, loʻaʻā. type of stone laid near coral pile to attract fish, hinakea. stone for chipping, haku kā koʻi. birth stones, ʻiliʻili hānau. stones that break in fire, not desirable for the imu, makapā. to set stones, hoʻoniho. to stone, hailuku, pehi, pehi i ka pōhaku, ahukū. to carve or hew stone, kālai pōhaku. stone weighing down a mat, pōhaku kaomi moena [a homebody].

stoneair stone, the porous rock in an aquarium that creates tiny bubbles at the surface of the water to facilitate the exchange of gases. pōhaku puka ea.

stone eatingʻai pōhaku

stone eatingʻai pōhaku

stonynui nā pōhaku, nui ka ʻaʻā, nui ka pāhoehoe.

stool₁seat. noho, paepae, noho liʻiliʻi. see footstool.

stool₂feces. hana lepo, ʻaukā.

stoolwithout a back. noho .

stool pigeonpekapeka.

stoopkūlou, kūnou, kūʻou. also: hoʻopoupou, ʻalu, ʻāluna, pahiō. stooped, stoop-shouldered, ʻoʻohu, kanahua, āhua, ʻanahua, kua pipiʻo, ʻōnaha, palakāhela, hanunu, kakaki.

stop₁cease. hoʻopau; hoʻokuʻu (disperse); waiho (leave off); (as a car). also: alia, oki, hoʻōki, hoʻālia, kākona; stop up, ʻumoki. Stop it! uoki! stopped, , hoʻokuʻu, mau, hoʻomau; ʻōmuʻo. stop the car, hoʻokū i ke kaʻa. stop work, hoʻopau i ka hana.

stop₂see stay.

stopin linguistics. pohā. to stop or break, as an electric circuit. ʻoki. see open.

stop signhōʻailona hoʻokū.

stop signhōʻailona kū

stop signhōʻailona kū

stop!kaʻahina

stoplightkukui hoʻokū.

stopperʻumoki, popoʻi, mea hoʻopaʻa, pani, kīʻamo. bottle stopper, pani ʻōmole.

stopwatchuaki helu manawa, uāki helu manawa.

storagekahi e waiho ai.

storagekakena lawelima

storage cabinetwaihona hoʻāhu. see storeroom.

storehale kūʻai; store away, hōʻiliʻili, hoʻāhu. to store in a house, hoʻohale papaʻa.

storehale kūʻai. garden store, gardening store. hale kūʻai mahi māla.

store awayalso to accumulate, lay away. hoʻāhu.

storehousehale hoʻāhu, hale ahu waiwai, hale ukana, hale papaʻa, waihona; olowalu (as for chief's property). to serve as a storehouse, to convert into a storehouse, hoʻohale papaʻa.

storehousehale pōhue

storehousehale pōhue

storekeeperkahu hale kūʻai

storekeeperkahu hale kūʻai

storeroomlumi hoʻāhu, lumi waiho ukana.

storeroomlumi hoʻāhu. see storage cabinet.

storkkikonia, pia, kekoleka.

stormʻino. also: ʻinoʻino, ʻihiʻawaʻawa, ʻoʻolokū, puleileho. see hurricane and sayings, nahoa₁, bird, weather. storm-beset at sea, ʻōlulo. threatening thunderstorm, hoʻohekili. time of storm, manawa ʻino. southerly storm, Kona Hea (Kona Hea Puka), Konanui-a-niho. For the first time have I seen a Hilo storm, ʻakahi au a ʻike i ka ʻino o Hilo (of evil).

stormsee gale.

storm drainhoʻokahe ʻino

storm drainhoʻokahe ʻino

stormyʻino, ʻinoʻino. also: ʻoʻolokū, ʻōleʻoleʻo, hoʻoleʻoleʻo, koʻele, pōlua, pikipikiʻō, pūkīkī, ʻeʻelekoa. stormy appearance, lālauahi.

stormy petrelsee petrel.

story₁narrative. moʻolelo. also: kaʻao (fiction); moʻoʻōlelo, moʻo, kuamoʻo ʻōlelo, kole. short story, moʻolelo pōkole. to tell stories, haʻi moʻolelo. to put several stories into one, huikaʻi ʻōlelo. to record a story, hoʻopaʻa moʻolelo. telling stories all night, kukuʻi wanaʻao.

story₂see lie.

story₃floor. papahele, papa. middle story or floor, papa waena. second story, papa lua. building with many stories, halekuʻi.

storyfloor, as in a building. papahele. see entries below and tale. predictable story, in literature. moʻolelo hopena ahuwale.

story tellingtraditional elements of Hawaiian poetry, story telling, oratory, and narration. meiwi.

story writerhaku moʻolelo.

storyboardas in movie or video production. moʻolelo kaha. storyboard artist. lima kaha moʻolelo. storyboard terms. huaʻōlelo kaha moʻolelo.

storybookreader. puke heluhelu.

storytellerhaʻi moʻolelo also: kākāʻōlelo, kukuʻi ʻōlelo, makou.

stoutpuʻipuʻi, poupou. rare: pouhananuʻu, nuka, kila; stout and symmetrical, holokū.

stovekapuahi. kerosene stove, kapuahi ʻaila māhu. gas stove, kapuahi ea. electric stove, kapuahi uila.

stowhoʻāhu, waiho, kau, kāpae.

stowawaymea peʻe malū maluna o ka moku.

straddlekiomana. also: kūkīhelei, kiʻihelei, helei; kaina (as on a horse); hakakau (rare).

stragglermea hili i hope; puʻu welu (fig.).

straightpololei. also: kālole (as hair); mālō, niolo; kolihana, oheohe, māʻoheʻohe (and tall). straight body, kino pololei, kino mālō. stand straight, kū pololei, kū ā mālō. straight chair, noho kū. straight to the point, kuakahi. to go straight ahead, hele pololei, kāmoe, moena; moe, moea (rare). vote a straight ticket, koho pololei.

straighthorizontal lines written above and below a word or words to indicate that they should be written or printed straight, in proofreading. kaha hoʻolālani.

straight anglean angle that has a measure of 180°, in math. huina kaha.

straightedgekaʻe pololei.

straightenhoʻopololei, lala.

strain₁filter. kānana, kālana, kāʻeʻe; paka (as dregs from medicinal herbs); ʻānana (as juice or poi); hoka, pākā (as kava).

strain₂exert. hoʻoikaika; kōhi (as in childbirth); uhakole (as at stool); strain and grunt, hōʻiʻī (fig., stingy). also: oikū, uhu, ʻanuʻu, hoʻonou.

strain₃hereditary character. welo.

strainerkānana, kālana. poi strainer, kānana ʻai. kava strainer, hoka ʻawa, mauʻu.

strait₁channel. kōwā, kaikōwā.

strait₂trouble. pōpilikia, pilikia. in straitened circumstances, kuhāiki.

strand₁fiber. maʻawe, awe, mōʻali, moʻoʻali, kaʻā. two-stranded, kālua, kaʻā lua. three-stranded, kākolu kaʻā kolu. strand of pandanus plaiting, mauʻu. strand of hair, wili oho.

strand₂shore. kahakai, one.

strandedili.

strangeʻē, ʻano ʻē, mea ʻē, kupaianaha, kupanaha, haʻohaʻo, hilu.

strangermalihini, mea ʻē, kanaka ʻē. to be as a stranger, hoʻomalihini.

strangleʻumi, ʻuʻumi, kāʻawe; ʻahamaka (in lua fighting). strangled, puʻua. strangling, ʻumina. strangling cord, kaʻane. strangling, choking sensation, kāʻaweʻawe.

strapkaula, kaula ʻili, ʻili, kalapu. to strap, kalapu. tail strap, kaula huelo. straps to carry a bundle, ʻaweʻawe.

strapkāʻawe. see coveralls, tank top. slipper strap. kāʻawe kalipa. metal strap or band, as for banding around metal boxes, water tanks, etc. kalapu hao, kuapo hao. see banding tool.

strapping tapealso filament tape. leki aʻa.

stratagempapahana, lālā, aʻoaʻo, hei.

strategistʻalihikaua, kaʻa kaua, ʻike kaʻa kaua, lauʻauʻa.

strategykaʻa kaua (war).

strategyor approach, as in solving a math problem. kaʻakālai.

stratospherelewa mawaho, lewa luna lilo.

stratumpapa, ʻāpapa, nuʻu, paʻa. horizontal stratum, papa moe. heavenly stratum, papa lani. highest stratum of the heavens, lewa lani. lower stratum, papa lalo.

stratus cloudao loa.

stratus cloudao loa. see cloud.

strawmauʻu maloʻo. drinking straw, mea omo. to draw straws, koho lāʻau.

strawdrinking straw. meaomōmo. grain stalk. pua huika.

strawberryʻōhelo papa (native). strawberry shortcake, mea ʻono ʻōhelo papa.

strawberry guavawaiawī.

strawflowernani mau loa, pua pepa.

strayʻauwana, lalau, ʻaeʻa. also: holoholo wale, hōʻāʻā, loloiāhili, lolohili, kūʻaeʻa, ewa, hili. stray cat, pōpoki pae hewa.

streakwana; noʻa (colored); kiawe; kāheʻa (red, as at dawn). see stripe. streak of gray in hair, wana hina. flying streak, as tail of comet, welowelo.

streakedmāʻokiʻoki, maʻoki, niʻo, ʻōniʻo, kāniʻo, niniʻo, ʻāweʻaweʻa, weʻaweʻa; moʻo (as dog or tabby cat). see sea.

stream₁water. kahawai. also: wai, waikahe, lau wai, kahena wai. main stream, kahawai nui, moloalo. small stream, ʻaʻalu. stream source, kumu wai, māno. see Hilo, river.

stream₂to flow. kahe, kōwelo, welo, wewelo, welowelo, ʻōwelo, hoʻohuelo, pāhihi, kiawe, hoʻokiawe.

streamkahawai. see data stream. stream current, in oceanography. au kikī. jet stream. au makani kikī. stream sediment. koʻana kahawai.

stream currentin oceanography. au kikī.

stream tributaryʻaumana kahawai.

streambedpapakū, papakū kahawai, kahena wai.

streamerkīlepalepa, mea hoʻowewelo, kaula lei, puapua, alia.

streamlinedalso sleek. mio. see sports car.

streetalanui. street corner, kihi alanui, huina alanui.

streetcarkaʻa uila.

strengthikaika. also: iwi kani, malu, lāʻau, ʻoʻoleʻa; kamaehu (rare). see saying, ila. past days of strength, lāʻaeʻoia. limited strength, ʻōpū ʻukuʻuku. extraordinary or supernatural strength, ikaika hoʻokalakupua. of superior strength, to exercise strength, maua ʻālina (rare). to display strength, kākāuha. to conceal strength, lauʻauʻa (fig.).

strengthenhoʻoikaika. also: hōʻikaika, hoʻokūpaʻa, hoʻomānea, hōʻoʻoleʻa. strengthen the body, hōʻoʻoleʻa kino, hoʻoikaika kino.

strenuoushana luhi, hana ikaika, ʻoʻoleʻa.

stresskoʻikoʻi, hoʻokālele, kālele leo, kālele manaʻo, kaulele, hoʻokoʻikoʻi. cf. kahakō. stressing, koʻikoʻina, hoʻokoʻikoʻina. secondary stress in music, kaulele iki. diacritic marking stress, kālele leo.

stressemotional stress. ʻaloʻahia. also accent, in linguistics. kālele.

stretchkīkoʻo, kīkoʻokoʻo, hoʻonaele. also: hoʻoloa, aeae, huki, hoʻolei, kīkiʻi, hohola, kioea, kualapa, manana, malana, naele, hoʻomanana, nīao, koloau; hoʻohelei, hoʻowahalele (as the mouth); hoʻōeoe (as the neck); nanā (as muscles); stretch taut, hoʻomāloʻeloʻe, hoʻolilio, lena, kualena, kālena, paulinalina. stretch the rubber, hoʻonaele i ka laholio.

stretchto stretch, as for warming up before exercise. hoʻomālō. see neck stretches.

stretchednaele, hekau, lehe, moʻou, kākāuha; helei (sideways). to lie stretched out, moe kāhelahela. He stretched his arms, kīkoʻokoʻo ʻoia i nā lima.

stretchermānele, moe hoʻolewa. to carry on a stretcher, mānele, hoʻolewa.

strewlū heleleʻi.

striated musclemākala kōkua.

strickenloʻohia, kūpouli. stricken with sickness, loʻohia i ka maʻi.

strictaʻo ikaika, hoʻokuʻukuʻu ʻole, ʻoʻoleʻa, nihinihi.

stridekaʻi wāwae.

strifeʻāʻumeʻume, paio, mokuāhana, hakakā.

strike₁hit. kuʻi, pepehi, hau, hahau, uhau, ; kāhoa (as a fish on a hook); kani, (as a clock); koe (as a match). also: kākā, hoa, hoahoa, , kūhewa, kua, hekau, kīpē, kākiʻi, ʻiliki, pūkē, kōkē, kāpehi, hoʻoīkā; panapana (gently); paʻē (as distant sounds on the ear); haluku (as canoe sides with a paddle); kāʻina (in sorcery); strike indiscriminately, kuʻikē; strike down, kua; strike against, keʻehi, īkā; strike with a side stroke or obliquely, pā lala, kākiwi; strike from the back, kālawa kua; strike with wings, as an angry bird, kīpaʻi. rare: hoko, oloʻū, oma. to strike with the fist, kuʻi lima. to strike with a net, uhau ʻupena. to strike with sticks, ʻōlā ʻau.

strike₂work stoppage. ʻolohana, ʻolohani. to cause a strike, hōʻolohani.

striketo tag or strike out, in baseball. hōʻauka. to strike, as a match. koe.

strike throughto line out, as on a typewriter or computer; also used to indicate that the letters or words lined out are to be replaced by those written above, in proofreading. kahawaena.

stringkaula, aho (cord); ʻaha (as for musical instruments); kuaina (twine). also: hili; kālī, kāili (as for threading things); maʻa. see string figure. to string, kui, kōī, mānai, mākila, mōkila (as leis); hili, ʻuo. string of fish, kālī iʻa, kāili iʻa. string of beads, akalei. to string leis, kui lei. a stringing together, kuina. string trick, pūkaula, ʻoki kaula. to tie strings, kōkō.

stringas on an ʻukulele or guitar. kaula. see ʻukulele. names of strings on an ʻukulele: ke kaula o luna loa (G), ke kaula ʻelua (C),ke kaula ʻekolu (E),ke kaula ʻehā (A). eight-string ʻukulele. ʻukulele ʻewalu kaula.

string bassalso bass viol. pila nui, pila nui.

string beanpāpapa hihi.

string figurehei, uene. to make string figures, hei. twist of fingers in string figures, lumahaʻi. (Dickey) describes 115 Hawaiian figures (not including slip tricks).

string instrumentpila.

string of firecrackerskālī pahūpahū.

stringed instrumentpila ʻaha.

stringykaʻakaʻalina, ʻaʻaʻa.

strip₁a length. ʻāpana (as of paper); mōlina (as of cloth, wood); kuakua (as of fish netting). strip of pandanus leaf, kīhae lau hala.

strip₂to tear. holehole (as sugar cane); ʻuʻu (as maile); uhole (as tough skin); kīhae (as leaves, and as thorns from pandanus leaves); koe, mākoe (as pandanus leaves). also: ihi, pehē, hahae, māihi, lole, hole, paʻipaʻi. to strip flesh from bones, holehole iwi, welewele iwi, pūholoholo, pāʻiʻo, waimāhoehoe. to strip naked, wehe a kohana. to strip ʻieʻie roots, holeʻie.

strip₃see undress.

stripas in a stripmat counting system, in math. ʻaulahi (preceded by ke). see counting strip, hundredths square, ten-strip board. tenth strip. ʻaukā helu hapa ʻumi.

strip teasehana keaka wehe nā lole apau.

stripekaha (as on a flag or military insignia); hāluʻa, haua, kahakahana. Stars and stripes, nā hōkū a me nā kaha.

stripedʻōniʻoniʻo, kahakaha, hāluʻa, kīʻoki; peʻelua, moelua (double); moekolu (triple); kāniʻo (crosswise). see streaked.

stripmatsee counting mat.

stripperkoe (of pandanus leaves).

strivehoʻoikaika, hōʻikaika, hoʻāʻo. also: ʻāpuʻepuʻe, naʻi, kūlia, mākia.

stroke₁blow. hāuna, hauhāuna, hahau, hau, uhau, lāʻau, hili; , ʻai, kiʻina (of an instrument). for lua strokes see fight. fighting club strokes: hāuna lāʻau, lāʻau, māmala (general names); kāwala-kiʻi, laumaki wahie-ʻekeʻeke (particular strokes). breast stroke (swimming), ʻau umauma. crawl stroke, ʻau kolo. How many club strokes did you strike? ʻehia māmala newa āu i hahau ai?

stroke₂to touch lightly. kahi, hamo.

stroke₃sudden attack. huki, kūhewa, kauhola, ulupō, huki leo paʻa.

strokebreast stroke; to swim the breast stroke. ʻau umauma. back stroke; to swim the back stroke. ʻau kua. side stroke; to swim the side stroke. ʻau ʻaoʻao. butterfly stroke; to swim the butterfly stroke. ʻau mālolo. see crawl, dog paddle.

strollmākaʻikaʻi, holoholo.

strollalso to go for a stroll. holoholo wāwae. see hike.

strollerkaʻapēpē

strollerkaʻapēpē

strongikaika. also: mahi, kani, wīkani, lawa, lawakua, konakona, pūkonakona, ʻoʻoleʻa, kāʻeo, paʻa, konapiliahi, pūkīkī, hoʻolehua, hoʻolua, pūkani lua, ʻuoʻuo, kilakila, mōkila, kila, konāhao, kūlepe, ika. rare: wīkaʻo, pūlawa, kīkā, mauaʻālina. very strong, ikaika loa, lawa lua. strong arm, lima ikaika. strong of limb, ʻoʻoleʻa nā lālā, lālākoʻa. strong-backed, lawakua. strong sea, kai koʻo, huliāmahi. to grow strong, as after weakness, piʻi hou ka ikaika, polapola, kokonoiʻe.

strongas wind; large branches in motion and whistling heard in wires between utility poles, in meteorology. ulūlu. see. wind.

strong safetyin football. ʻāwaʻa muku. see weak safety.

strongboxpahu hao.

strongholdwahi paʻa, puʻukaua; pā kaua (Biblical).

strontiumsolonokiuma.

struckpā ʻia; kāina (rare). see strike.

structureke ʻano o ke kūkulu ʻia ʻana. word or sentence structure, pilina ʻōlelo. family or social structue, pili nohona.

structureas of a molecule. hakakino.

strugglepaio, ʻāʻumeʻume. also: kaʻahili, ʻāpuʻepu ʻe, kūpāpā, kūlapa, kūpaka, hoʻokē, , naku, hamo, kuanui, hoʻokuanui.

strumkoekoe.

strumto strum, as an ʻukulele or guitar. koekoe.

struthoʻokahakaha, hele haʻaheo. also: haukalalī, nanā, nanai, hananai, kōheo, haʻaheo, hoʻohaha, kāʻiʻī, heheo; pahāha, pahilolo.

strutto act cocky, strut about looking for a fight. hoʻonanā.

strychninekikanaine.

stubhoʻokuʻi. stub the toe, hoʻokuʻi i ka manamana.

stubblekumukumu (as of beard); ōkupu.

stubbornpaʻakikī. also: poʻo paʻa, paʻa, lae paʻa, koniā, kananuha, nuha, haʻi ʻole, kanū, lolohe, kūnono, hoʻopōhaku, uhakole, ʻāʻī uaua, hoʻouaua, ʻoʻoleʻa.

stubbymūʻouʻou. see short.

stuckpaʻa, pupū, hoʻomamau; mau (as a car). stuck in the mud, paʻa i ka ʻūkele.

studenthaumāna, haumana, māna. see reflect.

studenthaumāna muli puka

student assessmentloiloi holomua haumāna.

student talkhapalakīhapalakā

student talkhapalakīhapalakā

student teacheralso to student teach. aʻoākumu. student teacher field service supervisor. luna aʻoākumu.

studiessee Hawaiian Studies department.

studiokeʻena. painting studio, keʻena kaha kiʻi. photographic studio, keʻena paʻi kiʻi. studio apartment, keʻena noho ʻuʻuku. hula studio, hālau, pā hula keʻena aʻo hula.

studiothe building where movies are made. hale hana kiʻiʻoniʻoni. the company responsible for making movies. keʻena hana kiʻiʻoniʻoni. studio teacher. kumu keʻena hana kiʻiʻoniʻoni.

studioushoʻopaʻa haʻawina, puni hoʻopaʻa haʻawina.

studyhoʻopaʻa haʻawina, hoʻopaʻa, huli.

studyto examine, observe something. kilo. scientific study. kālai-. with no specific intent to influence change. huli-.

stuff₁matter. mea, waiwai o kēlā me kēia ʻano. stuff and nonsense, mea kū i ke kohu ʻole, i ka ʻī.

stuff₂fill. hoʻopiha, kūpalu; iʻaloa (as an animal). see eat, gag.

stuffedpiha loa, māʻona loa, māʻona piha (with food). also: lāʻiki, kuenenuʻu, kinanape, kūpalu.

stuffed animalkiʻi milimili

stuffed animalkiʻi milimili

stuffingmea hoʻopihapiha. chicken stuffing, mea hoʻopihapiha moa.

stuffypaʻapū; ikiiki (and hot). stuffy odor, polopolona.

stumblekuʻia ka wāwae, hilikau nā wāwae. also: ʻōkupe, hoʻōkupe, kupe, kalepa, palaha, kulipeʻe, kāhehi, hili hewa ka wāwae, ʻanuʻu.

stumpʻōmuku, ʻōkumu, ʻaukā. stumps, kumukumu. full of stumps, ʻāmokumoku, ʻāmukumuku.

stumpyʻōkumu, ʻakumu, ʻākumukumu, pānoʻunoʻu; pōnulu (rare).

stunta feat which requires unusual daring or skill, as in movie or video production; to do or perform a stunt. pāhaʻoweli. stunt person. kanaka pāhaʻoweli. stunt coordinator. luna pāhaʻoweli.

stuntedkanaliʻi, kakanaliʻi, ʻanaliʻi, ʻaʻanaliʻi, hōmīmī. also: hōmī, ʻiʻi, ʻomino, palakai, ʻukiki, lākī, hanuʻu; mālili (as fruits); mōlili, ʻōlili, hālaʻolaʻo, hoʻokanahaʻi; ʻōlala (as plants). rare: ʻanini, noʻinoʻi.

stupefiedkūpouli; pāhola, hola (as fish by drugging).

stupidhūpō. also: waʻawaʻa, waʻawaʻa iki; Waʻawaʻaiki-naʻaupō (ignorant stupid one, name of a legendary, simpleton); pūwaʻawaʻa, mānoanoa, ihu papaʻa, kūloma peue. see saying, gourd.

sturdyikaika, paʻa, puʻipuʻi, kāʻalaʻala. to make sturdy, as a plant (in ancient prayers), hāluapou.

stutterʻūʻū, māʻūʻū; ʻāʻā (as a dumb person).

sty₁enclosure. .

sty₂swelling on eyelid. uleule.

stylepaikini, kaila, ʻano; ʻai (dancing), ʻōlapa style, ke ʻano ʻōlapa.

stylealso attribute, as italic or bold in printing or a computer program. kaila hua. see code style, font.

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

styleslearning styles; see Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

stylishkaila, kū i ke kaila.

styrofoampanua, ʻūpīhuʻa.

su

sua    sub    suc    sud    sue    suf    sug    sui    sul    sum    sun    sup    sur    sus    sut    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

suavenahenahe, aukahi, akahai.

sub-also under-. lalo. see entries below and under-.

subalpinelalo ʻalapaina. see alpine. subalpine forest. ululāʻau lalo ʻalapaina.

subconferencein telecommunications. hālāwai malū.

subcutusin biology. ʻili kūloko.

subdistrictʻokana.

subdivisionalso housing development. kaiahale.

subduehoʻokūlou, hoʻopio. see conquer.

subfieldas in a computer program. hope kahua. see field.

subheadingalso heading, as in a story. poʻomanaʻo.

subincisesame as circumcise

subject₁citizen. makaʻāinana, kanaka: uli, ʻūhā kākau (of chief).

subject₂topic. kumumanaʻo, kahua hana, kumuhana. subject of a sentence, kumuʻōlelo, kumuhaʻi.

subjectgeneral subject or topic, as in literature. kumuhana.

subjectpiko₉

subjectpiko₉

subjectivepilikino.

subleasehoʻolimalima hou.

submarinemokuluʻu.

submarinealso submerged, undersea. lalo kai. see submerged.

submarine basekahua mokuluʻu.

submergedalso submarine, undersea. lalo kai. submerged volcano. lua pele lalo kai.

submissivenoho malalo (Biblical), haʻahaʻa.

submitwaiho.

subordinatemalalo, o lalo; loha (fig.).

subpoenapalapala kēnā, palapala kiʻi, kūpina.

subsandlalo one.

subscribekākau inoa, hoʻopaʻa, kauoho.

subscribeas in a computer program. loulou kiʻi.

subscriptas in a computer program or printing. kauhaʻa. see superscript.

subsequenthope, mahope.

subsideemi, iho, kuʻu, numi.

subsidyuku kākoʻo.

subsoillalo lepo. see topsoil.

substanceʻiʻo.

substanceʻakano. see compound, element, matter, particles, spray paint. amorphous substance. ʻakano laukua. as sprayed from an aerosol can. kīkina.

substitutepani hakahaka, pani, hope, pānaʻi; kala (Biblical). see teacher.

substituteas in sports; also to substitute. pani, pani hakahaka (preceded by ke). first substitute player or alternate, in basketball; also called first off the bench or six man. kūono.

substractalso subtraction. hoʻolawe.

substrateas in a stream. papa o lalo.

subsummaryas in a computer program. hope hōʻuluʻulu palapala. see summary.

subtitlelepe unuhi. see caption.

subtotalhuinanui hapa. see grand total.

subtractionhoʻolawe.

subtrahendhelu hoʻolawe.

subtribealso clan. hapū. see tribe.

subtropicallalo kopikala.

suburbhuʻa. cf. huli₃.

suburbkaona ukali.

subwaysubway train. kaʻakōnelo. subway tunnel. ala kaʻakōnelo. subway station. kahua kaʻakōnelo.

subzonekāʻei iki.

succeed₁accomplish. holomua, holo i mua, holo leʻa, holo pono, , loaʻa. We have succeeded, ua pono kāua.

succeed₂follow. ukali, pani, hahai.

successfulholo i mua, holomua. also: holopono, holo leʻa, lele pono, pono, loaʻa, hoʻoholo i mua, kūleʻa, lālāwai, kaʻakaʻahiki, ulupono. see sayings, ʻaki₂, uene₁, top. Our work is successful, ua pono kā kāua hana.

successionkaʻina. also: kakaʻina, moʻo, , ʻāmaʻamau. succession of people, moʻo kanaka. see sequence. genealogical succession, moʻo kūʻauhau; moʻo aliʻi (chiefly).

successionmoʻona. in rapid succession. ʻāmaʻamau.

successorhoʻoilina, hoʻīlina, hope, pani hakahaka.

succulentmea ulu wai nui (plant), ʻākulikuli (general name); ʻoliwa kū kahakai, ʻalaʻala-wai-nui (varieties).

succulentmeaulu wai nui

suchlike. such as this, such and such, such as, e like me kēia, e laʻa me kēia, penei ke ʻano. such a, keu ā. This is such a lazy cat, he keu kēia ā ka pōpoki molowā.

suckomo, omoomo, mōmo, minoi, mīnoinoi, mūkī; suck in, miki, mimiki. sucking noise, mūkī. to suck blood, omo koko.

suckerkeiki, weli, kawowo, hehu; ʻohā (taro); pōhuli (banana); maka (ʻawapuhi); ʻumiʻumi (attaching bivalves to rocks).

suckeralso lollipop. kanakē ʻau, omōmo.

suckerinsect sucker, an instrument for drawing an insect into a tube by suction. mea omo ʻelala.

sucking fishomo.

suckleʻai waiū, omo, omo waiū. suckling child, keiki ʻai waiū, keiki omo waiū.

sucklingwaiū (nursing).

suctionomo. suction cups on octopus tentacles, pikapika, ʻāpikapika. suction tube, ʻili omo wai.

suction cup finas beneath the stomach of an ʻoʻopu. halo ʻāpikapika.

sudanalso Sudanese. Sudana.

suddenlyʻemo ʻole, hikiwawe, honua, poni, aia hoʻi. see saying, lani₁.

sudshuʻa.

suehoʻopiʻi. sue for damages, koi pohō.

SuezKueka, Sueza.

sufferʻeha, ʻehaʻeha. also: ʻīnea, ikiiki, polikia.

sufficientlawa, kaʻa i ka lawa.

suffixhua pākuʻi mahope o ka hua ʻōlelo.

suffixpākuʻina kau hope. see affix.

suffocateʻumi, ʻai pōʻala. suffocated, puʻua. suffocation from the smoke, kenakena.

suffocateto experience a suffocating sensation. kenakena.

SuffolkKupaka, Sufaka.

suffragekoho pāloka. right of suffrage, pono koho pāloka.

suffragethe right to vote. kuleana koho pāloka.

sugarkōpaʻa. powdered sugar, kōpaʻa hōʻaeʻae. lump sugar, kōpaʻa puʻupuʻu, puʻupuʻu kōpaʻa. coarse sugar, kōpaʻa mānoanoa. brown sugar, kōpaʻa ʻulaʻula. refined sugar, kōpaʻa hoʻokeʻokeʻo.

sugarkōpaʻa alo lima

sugar cane. see bagasse and sayings kea₃, pūkō. clump of sugar cane, pū kō. cane leaf, lau kō, lauʻō, lākō, lāʻō. sugar-cane tassel, kīlepalepa kō. sugar-cane stem and tassel, pua kō. cane growing along a border, pae kō. sugar-cane refuse, kō ʻaina, laina. sugar cane held up with sticks, pū kō koʻo, pū koʻo.

sugar grinderwili kō.

sugar millwili kō, hale wili kō, hale puhi kō.

sugar plantationmahi kō.

suggesthoʻopuka manaʻo; hoʻolale (as action). also: hoʻohelehele ʻōlelo, hoʻoloko, hani, hoʻohali ʻōlelo, hoʻomaoe.

suggestionʻōlelo hoʻohali. cf. manaʻo.

suit₁clothing. paʻa, paʻa lole, paʻa lole komo.

suit₂court action. hoʻopiʻi, hihia. suit over land, hoʻopiʻi ʻāina. damage suit, hoʻopiʻi pohō. suit involving smuggling, hihia waiwai kolohe.

suit₃to please or satisfy. kū i ka makemake, kū pono i ka manaʻo, kohu pono. Suit yourself, aia nō ia iā ʻoe (see aia). not suiting, kū ʻole i ka hoi (see hoi). This suits me fine, kohu pono kēia iaʻu; kū kēia i koʻu makemake.

suitspace suit. paʻalole hele lewa. see warm-up suit.

suitas in a deck of playing cards. paʻa likelike.

suit (clothing)paʻa lole

suit (clothing)paʻa lole

suitablekūpono, , kohu, kohu pono.

suitcasepaiki.

suitcasealso purse. pāiki, pāisi.

suitormea noi male.

SulawesiSulamesi

sulfatesulafahate. cupric sulfate. kupuriku sulafahate. ferrous sulfate. ferousa sulafahate.

sulfidesulafaside. cupric sulfide. kupuriku sulafaside. ferrous sulfide. ferousa sulafaside.

sulfur dioxidesulufura diokesaside, kūkaepele ʻokikene lua.

sulfuricsulufuriku. sulfuric acid. ʻakika sulufuriku.

sulknuha, nunuha, nuhanuha, naluā, hoʻokololohe, kaʻe.

sulkynuha. also: kananuha, nunuha, hoʻokananuha, hoʻokololohe, kanū, kaʻe, hoʻolehelehe nui, mumule, koniā, monū, naluā; hōʻeʻelo (tearfully); uhelehe.

sullensee head, sulky. also: kaʻe, kūkona, hakanū, kanū, niha, nihaniha, maniha, hoʻokamaniha, kamaniha, mumule, loha.

sullyʻōlepolepo. see dirt.

sulphate of sodahauʻeli.

sulphurkūkaepele, lepopele, kalapa, kulepa, luaʻi pele. sulphur smoke, uahi ʻawa.

sultankulekana.

sultanakulekana wahine.

sultryhahana, kōʻehaʻeha, ikiiki.

SuluSulu. Sulu Sea. ke Kai ʻo Sulu.

sumhuina helu, huina, heluna; melehuka (rare). sum of money, puʻu kālā.

sumtotal. huinanui. see total.

sumachneleau.

SumatraKumakala, Sumatara.

summa cum laudealso with highest honors, as in academics. me ke kau i ka hano hāweo. see cum laude, magna cum laude.

summarizehōʻuluʻulu ā hoʻopōkole i ke kumuhana, haʻi pōkole, hōʻuluʻulu manaʻo.

summaryhōʻike hoʻopōkole, hōʻuluʻulu pōkole (synopsis).

summaryalso to summarize. hōʻuluʻulu manaʻo. see subsummary. document summary, as in a computer program. hōʻuluʻulu palapala.

summerkau, kau wela.

summerkauwela. summer solstice. ka māuikiʻikiʻi o ke kauwela.

summitwēkiu, piko, poʻo, puʻu ʻoiʻoi, niʻo, panepoʻo, pane, nuʻu. Strive to reach the summit (Queen Ka-piʻolaniʻs motto), kūlia i ka nuʻu.

summita conference of highest-level officials, as heads of government. ʻaha kūkā poʻo aupuni.

summonkiʻi, kēnā, kāhea. also: kauoha, poloʻai, kapakapa, hāluna. to summon a spirit to possess, hoʻonoho.

summonspalapala kiʻi, palapala kēnā, palapala hopu.

sun; kahikole (early morning); kahikū (before noon). sun heat, . to sun, hoʻolā, kaulaʻi lā, lalala, ʻōmea; lōlā (rare). circle around sun, lua kālai lani, luakālai, luahoana.

sunbathkaulaʻi lā.

sunbeampōhaka lā.

sunbonnetpāpale ʻoʻoma.

sunburnedpāpaʻa lā, ʻōwela, nono, ʻai lā, pākīʻai. sunburned skin, ʻili pāpaʻa, ʻili pāpaʻa lā.

SundayLāpule; Kuneke, Sunede (rare), see Sabbath. Communion Sunday, LāpuleʻAi Pelena.

SundayLāpule. abb. Lp.

Sunday schoolKula Kāpaki.

sundewmikinalo.

sundialmea hōʻike kekele (Biblical), pā kuhikuhi manawa.

sundial shellpūpū puhi, hālili, pūlewa.

sunfishkūnehi, ʻāpahu, mākua, mākuakua.

sunflowerpua nānā lā, nānālā.

sunglassesmakaaniani kala, makaaniani .

sunkpalemo, piholo.

sunkenpoʻopoʻo, ʻolohaka, hakahaka (as facial features); puhalu, halu, uhalu, pohō; ʻopi (as a jaw); pōlea.

sunlightmālamalama o ka lā.

sunny.

sunrisepukana lā, puka ʻana o ka lā. from sunrise to sunset (a whole day or whole life span), mai ka lā hiki ā ka lā kau.

sunscreenthe lotion. ʻaila pale . see suntan lotion.

sunsetnapoʻo ʻana o ka lā. see saying, welo. sunset glow, alaula. red sunset, akaʻula.

sunshinepā ʻana a ka lā.

sunspotkiko . see solar flare, solar granule, solar prominences.

suntan lotionʻaila ʻōlala. see sunscreen.

suntan lotionʻaila lā

suntan lotionʻaila lā

superhōkū pūnohunohu lua

superbpoʻokela, hiehie, hoʻokahakaha, kamahaʻo. see splendor.

supercargokupakako.

superficialmālani; ihupōhue, hāpapa (fig.). see saying, pūhai. He has a superficial knowledge of the hula, he ʻike mālani kona i ka hula.

superintendhoʻoponopono.

superintendenthaku hana, luna nui. School superintendent, kahu kula nui. Superintendent of the Water Works, luna nui o kaʻOihana Wai.

superiorʻoi aʻe, poʻokela. also: kilohana, ʻoiʻoi, hoʻokela, lua ʻole, ana ʻole, launa ʻole. to act superior, hoʻokano, hōʻoio, hōʻoiʻoi, lanahaʻakei, kū ka ihu.

Superior Courtsame as Supreme Court in Hawaiian.

superior vena cavawenakawa o luna. see vena cava.

superlativeʻoi loa, launa ʻole, oki, ʻaʻole e kana mai ka maikaʻi, neʻeneʻeu. superlative degree, anuʻu loa.

supermarketmākeke nui.

supernaturalhoʻokalakupua. also: akua, hoʻākua, pāʻēʻē. see legendary beings. supernatural deed, hana mana. supernatural forms, as of pele, kino lau, kino pāʻēʻe. supernatural knowledge, ʻike pāpālua. under control of the supernatural, kalakupua.

superphosphatesuperoposapahate.

superscriptas in a computer program or printing. kaupiʻi. see subscript.

superstitioushoʻomanamana.

supervisehoʻoponopono.

supervisorluna, luna kiaʻi, luna hoʻoponopono. female supervisor, haku wahine. School supervisor, kahu kula. Board of supervisors, papa luna kiaʻi.

supervisorscript supervisor, as in movie or video production. luna kākau moʻolelo. student teacher field service supervisor. luna aʻoākumu. see student teacher.

supperʻaina ahiahi, pāʻina ahiahi. poi supper, pāʻina ʻai poi.

supplepalupalu, ʻolu. also: wali, waliwali, wawali.

supplementhope, pākuʻi, kaulele. word supplements, ʻōlelo pākuʻi hou.

supplementto supplement, as angles, in math. hoʻopiha kaha. see complement, supplementary angles.

supplementarysupplementary book or text; also any book which supplements a primary text. puke kākoʻo.

supplementary anglestwo angles whose measures have a sum of 180°, in math. huina hoʻopiha kaha. see complementary angles.

suppliedhoʻolako ʻia; lilihua (rare). well-supplied, lako, lawa puni, pākī, laupaʻi, koʻakoʻa; pūlawa (rare).

supplieslako (for various kinds, see lako and entries that follow it); kuleana lako, ukana. office supplies, lako keʻena.

supplylako, hoʻolako, hoʻolawa, hoʻolawalawa, hoʻolaupaʻi momoa, moamoa (with food). supply and demand, ka nui a me ka makemake ʻia. well supplied, lako, lawa puni, pākī, koʻakoʻa, laupaʻi, pūlawa.

supply and demandin economics. hoʻolako me ka heluna makemake.

supportkākoʻo, hāpai. also: koʻokoʻo, koʻo, kaʻikaʻi, kōkua, mālama, kālele, paepae; kaulani (a chief). support for birds, koʻo manu. support for chickens, koʻo moa. means of support, mālama ola. He was sued for nonsupport, ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia ʻo ia no ka mālama ola ʻole. person with no property or means support, kaʻaʻowē. visible means of support, mea e akaaka ai ka loaʻa ʻana o ke ola.

supporteducation support staff. kākoʻo hoʻonaʻauao. see allied heath professional.

supporterkākoʻo, hope. male supporter, ʻeke hoʻopaʻa laho.

supporting ideaas in a composition. manaʻo kākoʻo.

supposemanaʻo, kuhi, mahuʻi, ʻī, manaʻo wale. see presume. to suppose wrongly, kainō, kainoa, kuhi hewa.

suppositionmanaʻo koho.

suppresskaomi, hoʻopau, kinai, ʻuʻumi. suppression of crime, kinai i ka hewa.

supremepoʻokela, kiʻekiʻe loa. also: holoʻokoʻa, ʻī, kiakahi.

Supreme CourtʻAha Hoʻokolokolo Kiʻekiʻe, ʻAha Kiʻekiʻe.

sureʻoiaʻiʻo. Are you sure? He ʻoiaʻiʻo kēnā? make sure, hōʻoiaʻiʻo. Sure indeed, sure maoli nō (in songs).

surelyhiki, hiki nō, ʻiʻo. I'll surely come, e hiki ʻiʻo mai ana au.

suretypānaʻi, hope. I will be surety for him, ʻo wau nō ka pānaʻi nona.

surfnalu, nanu. see surfboard, surfer, wave, and sayings, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa, lalilali, makakai. some types of surf: ʻōpuʻu, kakala, lala, lauloa, muku, ʻōhū. surf just before breaking point, kua nalu, kūlana nalu. breaking surf, kai poʻi, kuapā. to rise and swell, of surf, lālahalaha. to surf, heʻe, heʻe nalu. to surf to mouth of stream, heʻe puʻewai. to mount or catch a wave, pae. to ride a wave into shore, pae i ka nalu. to surf, as with canoe, body, board, pākā, kaha. surf rider, heʻe nalu. body surfing, kaha nalu, heʻe umauma. surfs were named in ancient Hawaii. (Finney) (pp. 26-31) lists and locates 86 sites, most of which were named. (PN) (especially p. 243) list many more, including modern names such as Avalanche, Banzai Pipeline, Flies, Incinerators, Populars, Publics, Slaughterhouse, and Turtle. More than 1,700 surfing sites have been identified.

surfto surf, as the internet. kele. see browse.

surf boardpaipo

surf boardpae poʻo

surf boardpapa paipo

surf boardpaipo

surf breakwhere a wave breaks. poʻina nalu (preceded by ke).

surfaceʻili, ʻiliwai, lau; papa (flat); alo (upper). surface of the earth, ʻili honua, papakū. surface of the sea, ʻilikai.

surface areain math. ʻlli alo.

surface waterwai ʻili honua, wai ʻili.

surfboardpapa heʻe nalu. of special kinds, the most common were olo (of wiliwili wood, as long as 5.5 m, for chiefs) and alaia (of koa or breadfruit wood). other names: kīkoʻo, kīoe, omo, ʻonini, ʻōwili, paha, puʻua. to ride a surfboard, heʻe nalu. prone position on a surfboard, kīpapa.

surfeitana, kenakena, ʻaikena, also: noneā, pākī.

surferheʻe nalu. see sayings, kāʻeʻaʻeʻa, lalilali. The unskilled surfer tumbles, he ʻō ʻia ka mea hāwāwā i ka heʻe nalu (of any lack of skill).

surfingpākākā waʻa

surfingpākākā waʻa

surge, hōʻale, hānupa, hānupanupa, haulani, haʻi ale, hakukoʻi, haʻanopu, kāhela, māpu, loku, hoʻonuʻa, nape, kuahaka, hoʻoui, kāhela, maʻalewa, paiāhaʻa. Her love surges forth, māpu mai kona aloha, hū aʻela kona aloha.

surge protectorpae palaka uila

surge protectorpae palaka uila

surgeonkauka kaha.

surgeonfishkala, manini, ʻapi, kakakī; kole (see saying, kole); mahaha, naʻenaʻe; māʻiʻiʻi; pākuʻikuʻi, palani pualu, puwalu.

SurinamSuliname.

surlynuha, ʻaʻaka, naʻau kopekope, kekē, kekē niho. also: keʻemoa, kakana, hoʻokeʻekeʻe, hōʻaʻaka, nau.

surmisekuhi, mahuʻi, hoʻohuoi, hōʻopuʻopu.

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

surnameinoa ʻohana.

surpasshoʻokela, pākela, puka, pākeu, holo i mua, holomua, oko.

surpluskoe, koena, keu.

surplusas a quantity or amount over and above what is needed. loaʻa pākeu. see deficit.

surprisepūʻiwa, hoʻopūʻiwa, hoʻohaʻohaʻo. see exclamation, surprising, unexpected.

surprisingkupaianaha, kupanaha, kamahaʻo, hoʻopuʻiwa, pūʻiwa, haʻohaʻo, haʻo, hoʻohaʻohaʻo, hoʻokāhāhā, kāhāhā, kāmehaʻi.

surrenderhāʻawipio, hāʻulepio; unconditional surrender, hāʻawipioʻokoʻa.

surroundkaʻapuni, hoʻopuni. also: hoʻopōʻai, pōʻai, kīpuni, kūpuni, puana, kalawai, puni.

surroundedhoʻopuni pōʻai pūʻia.

surveyana; ʻimi ā hoʻākoakoa (lit., look for and assemble); anaʻāina (land).

surveyopinion survey; also to conduct an opinion survey. anamanaʻo.

surveying rodlāʻau ana.

surveying rodalso range pole. lāʻau ana ʻāina. see elevation pole, sighter.

surveyormea ana ʻāina.

surveyor generalluna ana ʻāina nui.

surviveola, ō. barely surviving, pipī (fig.).

survivormea ola. sole survivor who reports news (in legends), ʻahaʻilono.

susceptiblepamaʻi (to disease).

susceptiblealso vulnerable. wale. fragile, susceptible to change. pāloli. to be susceptible or vulnerable to disease. pāmaʻi.

sushilola laiki

sushisūshī

sushilola laiki

suspecthoʻohuoi, mahuʻi.

suspend₁hang. kau, kaulia, hoʻolewa, kau lewa; pūailewa (in air); wele, welehia.

suspend₂abrogate. kāpae, hoʻomalu.

suspendsee suspension.

suspenderskāliki.

suspensesee anxiety.

suspensionalso to suspend, as from school. hoʻokuʻu no ka manawa. see detention.

suspensiona mixture in which the particles are mixed but not dissolved in fluid, solid, or gas. pūaina. see solution. to be suspended. pūai.

suspicioushoʻohuoi, kīkāmū. suspicious glance, maka lena.

sustainpaepae, koʻo (support); hānai (feed).

sustainedpaʻa mau. sustained yield, as in crop production. loaʻa paʻa mau.

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

sw

swa    swe    swi    swo    

sa    sc    se    sh    si    sk    sl    sm    sn    so    sp    sq    sr    st    su    sw    sy       -top-  

swabcotton swab, Q-tip. lāʻau pulupulu.

swaggersee strut.

swallow₁ingest. ale; ala (rare); moni, monia, monimoni, momoni, momomoni; swallow whole, alaō, alapoho. sound of swallowing, ʻuʻina ka puʻu.

swallow₂bird. manu ʻioʻio, kualo.

swallow-tailed coatkuka puapua.

swamp₁marsh. pohō, naele. also: kele, ʻolokele, kiʻo lepo, ʻalē, nāpele, nenelu. swampy foul odor, pilo.

swamp₂founder. pihō, pihōpihō, piholo.

swampʻolokele. see bog, marsh.

swannokekula.

swapkuapo. see trade.

swarmhuhui, huihui, mumulu. also: kauluwela, neʻepapa, nunuʻa, pōnalo, pīkokoi, muhu, mumuhu, mīnoinoi, mōnoinoi. swarm of bees (Lunk. 14.08) , poʻe nalo meli.

swarthyhāuli, hāuliuli.

swathewahī, nunu.

swaykāhulihuli, luliluli, māewa. also: ʻakūʻakū, ewa, āewa, akalewa, pōlewa, malewa, hoʻolewa, haʻanapu, haʻi, hoʻohihina, holu, hoʻoholu, hoʻoluli, hoʻoluliluli, holunape, nape, kaʻalele, kaiue, kiawe, kulana, kūlanalana, kūlewa, hoʻokalahē, luli, ʻāluli, kāluli, hoʻokaluli, laumāewa, luaiele, naluli, naue, hoʻonaue, nīnole, ninipo, nolu pē, puni wale, oioi, ue, ʻukē, ʻuʻupekupeku, kohai.

swayhoʻonāuwewe

swayhoʻonāuwewe

SwazilandSuazilana.

swear₁vow. hoʻohiki. (see manō).

swear₂see curse. also: kuea (Eng). (Gram. 12). No swearwords existed other than exclamations and insults, and from English: kanapapiki (son of a bitch), Kokami (God damn), and kokahele iā Paka (go to hell, you bugger).

sweathou; hoʻopuluea (offensive).

sweat bathimu loa, umu loa, pūholo. cf. steam bath.

sweat ductpuka kikī hou.

sweat pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

sweat pantslole wāwae kueka haʻuki

sweatbandpale hou.

sweaterkueka.

sweatshirtkueka haʻuki. see