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tab    tac    tad    taf    tag    tah    tai    taj    tak    tal    tam    tan    tap    tar    tas    tat    tau    tav    tax    

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tabas on an audio cassette which can be removed to prevent erasing of what has been recorded, or an index tab on a notebook divider page. lepe. see entry below. as on soda cans. une kini. soda can tab. une kini koloaka.

tabas on a computer or typewriter. kāwāholo. see indent, space, shift. tab key. pihi kāwāholo (preceded by ke). to set tab s. hoʻopaʻa i wāholo. to tab. hoʻokā wāholo.

tabby catsee cat.

tabernaclehalelewa, keʻena kapu, kauhalelewa, luakini, auolo. Feast of Tabernacles, ʻAhaʻaina Kauhalelewa.

tablepākaukau. also: pākau, papa, papa kaukau, pūneʻe. dining table, papa ʻaina, papa pāʻina, pākaukau ʻaina. folding table, pākaukau ʻopiʻopi. extension table, pākaukau uai i ka loa. stone table, papa pōhaku. table of contents, papa kuhikuhi. statistical table, papa helu. to table, as a motion, hoʻomoe, waiho loa.

tablebedside table, nightstand. pākaukau moe (also preceded by ke). see water table. table leg. wāwae pākaukau. table lamp. kukui pākaukau.

tableas of statistics, etc. pakuhi papa. see multiplication tables.

table matmoena kau pākaukau.

table of contentspapa kuhikuhi. see index.

table tennisping-pong. kenika pākaukau.

tableaukapalō.

tableclothuhi pākaukau, pale pākaukau.

tablespoona unit of measurement puna pākaukau (preceded by ke). abb. pup.

tabletkālana kākau, kānana kākau (writing); huaale (pill); papa pōhaku (stone). memorial tablet, kia hoʻomanaʻo.

tabletnotebook kālana kākau. see binder.

tabloid paperpepa 11" x 17" (pepa ʻumikūmākahi ʻīniha i kaʻumikūmāhiku ʻīniha). see paper.

tabookapu, pāpā ʻia, malu. kinds of taboo: ʻili kapu, ʻānoho, kapu moe, kapu ā moe, kapu noho, kapuwō, kuaʻā, kuapala, kualoi, kualoiloi, kuakapu, haohaoa, puʻukoāmaka, hoʻomamao lani, kahapouli, ʻiu, ʻōhiʻa, mauʻu mae. taboo place, enclosure, wahi kapu, pālama, humu, paehumu, kai heheʻe. freed of taboo, noa, kaʻanīʻau. taboo mark, kiko. taboo sign or marker, pūloʻuloʻu, pahu kapu, pāhoa, nīʻau. taboo flag, lepa. taboo ceremony, kauila, kauwila. taboo borders, huʻa kapu. taboo-surrounded, kūkapu. taboo night, kuapola, kaʻapola; pō kūloa (hula). disrespectful of taboo, hōʻauwae. without observance of taboo, . to lay a taboo, hoʻokapu, hoʻolāhui, kamakini. to remove a taboo, hoʻonoa, kalahuʻa, pī kai ʻōlena. to stretch the taboo cord, kākai. to break, as taboo, see break. taboo on approaching the back of a chief: kuaʻā, kua liholiho, kua kapu, kualoi. see Kāne-hono-i-ka-paʻa.

taboo sacrednessʻihikapu

taboo sacrednessʻihikapu

tabretpahu kani.

tachelou.

tacitʻekemu ʻole.

taciturnmumule, molu, koeʻā, ʻekemu.

tack₁small nail. kui kākia. to tack, kākia.

tack₂nautical. pūnini.

tackle₁seize. lawelawe lima, lālau lima, lālau.

tackle₂apparatus. hoa waʻa (canoe rigging). fishing tackle, lako lawaiʻa.

tacklethe act of seizing and throwing down an opposing player with the ball, in football; to tackle (someone). kula'i, hoʻohina. see block and tackle, nose tackle. either an offensive or defensive player. kūlua. left tackle. kūlua hema right tackle. kūlua ʻākau.

TacomaKakoma, Takoma.

tactnoʻonoʻo pono i ka mea e ʻōlelo ai.

tactlesskamaʻilio noʻonoʻo ʻole, piʻoāʻea.

tadpolepolliwog. polewao.

taffetakilika nehe, nehe, wailiʻulā.

taffrailpale kai.

tag₁game. ʻIo, pio.

tag₂symbol. hōʻailona; mekala (as of a dog).

tag₃follow. hahai mahope.

taglabel; to label. lepili. to tag or strike out, in baseball. hōʻauka.

tagfile see cookie.

tagboarda strong cardboard used for posters; also called oaktag. pepa papaʻoka.

TahitiKahiki; Polapola, Borabora.

TahitianKahiki, kanaka Kahiki, Polapola.

Tahitian prawnʻōpae polapola.

taigataika.

tail₁end piece. huelo (of animal); hiʻu (of fish); pewa (of fish, shrimp, lobster); puapua, pupua, koʻo, analio (of a bird); pola, kākaiāpola (of a kite); pola (of a malo). part of fishtail above and below the cleft, epaepa. taillike, hueloelo. at the tail end, huelo māewa, huehuelo. to spread wing or tail feathers, kaʻapeha. consumed head, consumed tail, pau poʻo, pau hiʻu (of complete destruction).

tail₂to follow secretly. hahai malū.

tailhope₄

tailhope₄

tailbonethe terminus of the spinal column; coccyx. iwi kuʻe ʻamo, kue,ʻamo.

tailfishlai, palailai.

tailorkela, kela lole.

tailorbirdmanu humuhumu.

tailspupua moa.

tailsas in coin toss. hiʻu, ʻaoʻao hiʻu. see flip, heads.

taintedhauna, ʻōnuhenuhe.

Taiwanalso Taiwanese. Taiuana.

TajikistanTakisitana.

takelawe, lawe aku, hopu, loaʻa; take off, kala, wehe, wehewehe, unuhi, hoʻohemo; take by force, kāʻili, naʻi, limanui, nunu, moluna; take hold of, lālau, hopu. rare: puakiʻi, hoʻokiʻi, nāiʻi. take without right, lawe wale. see effect. take away everything, kā i ka nele loa.

taketo take a class. aia i loko o ka papa, komo i loko o ka papa, komo i ka papa. to take a test. hana i ka hōʻike, kākau i ka hōʻike. see make.

taketo take, as a photograph. paʻi (preceded by ke). see close-up, shoot. to photograph or take a picture, either still or moiton. paʻi kiʻi. a take, i.e. a successful shot in movie or video production. he ʻāpona!

taketo take, as medicine or a pill. inu, ʻai. to take a pill. inu i ka huaale, ʻai i ka huaale. to take medicine. inu i ka lāʻau, ʻai i ka lāʻ'au.

take offto take off, as a bird or plane taking flight. ulele.

take timeto take the time, as to do something. hoʻokaʻawale i ka manawa, hoʻolilo i ka manawa.

take turnsmāhele manawa.

takenlilo, lawe ʻia. all taken, pau i ka lilo; paukaʻa (rare). taken off, as clothes, hemo, puhemo. taken aback, hoʻopūʻiwa, ʻōkū.

takinglawena, hopu, hopuna.

takuwankakuana.

talemoʻolelo, kaʻao. also: moʻoʻōlelo; kaʻa (now replaced by kaʻao); moʻo kaʻao. see gossip. to tell tales, haʻi moʻolelo, moʻolelo, pekapeka, pākaʻa. to tell tall tales, pālau, pelo. tale concerning the gods, moʻo akua. phrase at the end of tales, pīpī holo kaʻao (see pīpī).

talea folk tale or traditional tale, especially one relating to a particular culture. kaʻao, moʻokaʻao. see Hawaiian entries under kaʻao.

talebearerlawe ʻōlelo, ili ʻōlelo, holoholoʻōlelo. see gossip.

talent₁ability. noʻeau. to pool talents, lauaki.

talent₂Biblical money unit. kālena.

talkʻōlelo, kamaʻilio, keaka; walaʻau (colloquial). also: pālau, pāpāʻōlelo, waha (for idioms, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it), walawalaʻau, wale wai, hūhā, ʻaʻama, kole. loud talk, wawā, , hauwawā; pāleo, pāleoleowā (reviling); ʻowā, kuwā. talk foolishly, idly, ʻohi; ʻohi hāpuku, ʻolēʻolē, lehelehe kiʻi, kakahili. talk much, ā, hōʻā, hoʻonui ʻōlelo, koʻu, ʻūhiki, hoʻopulelehua, kūhaʻu, ʻohiʻohi, hoʻonuinui, kualehelehe, kakani, waha kale, pīpīnoke, wale wai. see garrulous and sayings, ʻalalā₂, lehelehe kiʻi, niu₁, pihaʻā₁. talk in a boastful way, haʻanoʻu. talk in roundabout way, hoʻomea, ʻohikui, lalau ka ʻōlelo. talk gibberish, hīkapalalē. talk in a rapid, incoherent manner, nāwā, kīpalalē ka ʻōlelo. to talk back, kīkēʻōlelo, panepane. to talk with nasalized sounds, hānuna.

talkto talk smooth; also smooth talker; glib. waha wali.

talkathonʻōlelokona.

talkativewalaʻau wale, ʻama, kualehelehe, nuku uila; ʻūkihi (fig.).

tallloa, loloa (as a person); kiʻekiʻe (as a hill, tree). also: lōʻihi, lōkihi, kilakila, āewa, makikoe, kuʻi, kolihana, leʻo, leʻolani, leioa, lolopaioea, paioa, mōkila, molola, oeoe, hiʻi; tall and slender, ʻōeoeo, māʻoheʻohe, pīlahi; tall and straight, oheohe, niolo, māhoehoe, ue, hohopa, puhipalalā. tall person, kanaka lōʻihi, kanaka loa; iwi loa, kioea (fig.).

tallnesskiʻekiʻe.

tallyhelu kaha.

talusulu pali.

tamarind, ʻopiuma.

tambourinelina ʻulīkeke. see baby rattle.

tamelaka, hoʻolaka, pākanaka.

tamperkolohe, lawelawe kolohe.

tamponpani wai ʻula (preceded by ke).

tannerhana ʻili, hoʻoluʻu ʻili. see tanned.

tangentkahapili (of a circle).

tangenta line which touches a circle at one point, in math. kaha lihi. see secant.

tangerineʻalani Pākē.

tanglehihia, hoʻohei, kāhihi. also: hauhalakī, hili hewa, mauwelekā, uluulu, unuunu, wilikāʻeka, kauhihi; wiʻu (as a kite). see sayings, hauhili, makau.

tankpahu. water tank, pahu wai. war tank, kaʻa kaua.

tankoxygen tank. kini ʻokikene. scuba tank. kini ea luʻu kai, kini ea.

tank toppalaʻili kāʻawe paleʻili kāʻawe. see t-shirt.

tannedpāpaʻa lā. tanned skin, ʻili pāpaʻa, ʻili pāpaʻa lā. see tan.

tanneryhale hoʻoluʻu ʻili, hale hana ʻili.

tannictanika. tannic acid. ʻakika tanika.

tantrumuē (uwē) ʻino, kūpaka.

Tanzaniaalso Tanzanian. Tanazania. United Republic of Tanznia. Lepupalika Hui ʻia ʻo Tanazania.

tapkīkē, kīkēkē, koʻele, kīkoʻu; kiʻi pā (as gourd); ʻekeloi (as drum); hau, hauhia; ʻukē (rare). water tap, piula wai. to tap someone else's head (rude, provocative), kīkoni, pana poʻo. tap-tap, kuekue, kaukaukalalē.

tap waterwai paipu. hot tap water. wai wela paipu.

tapakapa. see anvil, (Buck 166-213), (Kam. 76:108-116, 155-157). piece of tapa, moʻo, moʻomoʻo, āmoʻomoʻo, hoʻōla. tapa garments: pāʻū, malo, kīkepa, kīhei, hauʻina, palelei. decorated outer tapa sheet, kilohana. inner layers of sleeping tapa, iho. tapa bed covering, kuʻinakapa, kapa kuʻina. pile of tapa, huʻa kapa. uncut tapa fringe, palalei. tapa beater, iʻe kuku, iʻe kuku hoʻōki, ʻole, pepehi, hohoa, hoahoa, uananahuki. tapa beater part, mole hāluʻa. grooved board for making ribbed tapa, papa hole. ridges in tapa beater, nao. tapa stamp, ʻohe kāpala, lāʻau kāpalapala, ʻūpiki. tapa dye, wai ʻele. tapa ball of cord to carry fire, welu ahi. house for beating tapa, kua. tapa soaking, lauhuki. tapa holder, hōʻihi. tapa bast or pulp, kae, pulu. tapa fragment hung as taboo sign, welu. plants used for tapa, wauke, māmaki, ʻoloa, maʻaloa, ʻulu. to beat tapa, kuku, hoʻomoʻomoʻo. to paint tapa, pālani. to dry and bleach tapa, kiʻolena. to print tapa, kākau. to unite portions of tapa by beating, paku. for plants used to scent tapa, see perfume.

tapabark cloth. paʻūpaʻū.

tapeleki. bias tape, mōlina. recording tape, lipine hoʻokani. tape measure, lula.

tapeleki. see entries below. electrician's tape. leki uea. masking tape. leki pahu. paper tape. leki pepa. strapping tape. leki aʻa. Teflon tape, for use in plumbing. leki nao. transparent tape. leki ʻea.

taperecordinge tape. līpine. see cassette, player, recorder. reel-to-reel tape. līpine pōkaʻa. tape case, cassette holder. pāiki lola.

tape measurelula ana

tape measureleki ana

tape measureas a tailor's or for track events, etc. līpine ana. see ruler. carpenter's tape measure. lula poho.

tape measurelula ana

taperingolomio, ʻelemio, miomio, muʻoiki, lipi, oeoe, ʻioʻio, ʻōmilo, ʻuhinipili; tapering off, ʻōmuʻomuʻo; tapering to a fine point, ʻūhini, moʻowini, hele a winiwini.

tapiocakapioka.

tapping soundkīkīkoʻu.

taprootmole, momole, molemole.

tar, kēpau.

tar, .

tarantulakalanakula.

tarantulakalanakula, nananana kalanakula, nanana kalanakula. see spider.

tardylohi. also: liʻu, naua.

tareskīkānia.

targetmāka, hōʻailona. earth target, puʻulepo. target shooting, kīkī māka.

targetmāka.

tariffkuke waiwai, ʻauhau.

tarokalo (for growth stages see Haw.-Eng. entry); kohana mimi (rare). see poi (Eng.-Haw). Popular ancient taros include lehua and piʻialiʻi, and medicinal taros haokea and lauloa (HP 12). taro leaf, lau kalo, lāʻalo; puaʻa hulu ʻole (fig., used ceremonially); lau kapalili, lau kapalala (legendary names). first taro leaves, laupaʻe, laupaʻi. young leaves, paha. unexpanded taro leaf, lūʻau, ʻao lūʻau. taro top, huli; huli mio (spent strength). taro shoot, ʻohā. center of taro corm, ʻaihē. taro where corm is cut away, kōhina. taro plant after half of young leaf is removed, ʻōpeʻapeʻa. small tubers, ʻālaʻalaʻa. taro stalk, . last of taro crop. ʻoene. worn-out ratoon crops, palili, paunihinihi, ʻōnihinihi, ʻānihinihi, pahūpahū. cooked unpounded taro, kalo paʻa, ʻai ʻokoʻa, kūpuʻu, kuwala, kuelo, nēʻū. dried taro, ʻao. cooked taro leaves, lūʻau, pēʻū. cooked, pounded but undiluted taro, paʻi ʻai, ʻai paʻa. taro pudding, kūlolo, piele. taro baked in ti leaves, ʻai lau, ʻoana. cooked taro that has fermented, ʻīʻīaao. to peel, as taro stems, ihi, ʻāpikipiki. to pound taro, kuʻi ʻai, kuʻi poi. to break up cooked taro in first stage of poi making, pākīʻai. to pull taro, huhuki ʻai, huhuki i ke kalo. taro patch, loʻi kalo, loʻiloʻi, māla ʻai, alaʻalai, aualaloʻi, kipi, hakupaʻa. division between taro patches, pale kōhina, kuāuna, kaikā, īkā. series of taro patches, kuapapa loʻi. to eat cooked taro, ʻai i kalo moʻa (enjoy a tranquil life of ease).

tarosee corm. taro chip. kipi kalo.

tarpaulinkapolena.

tarrykali iki, ʻapa, noho iki.

tart₁pie. pai.

tart₂sour. ʻawaʻawa, māniani, kīkoʻolā.

tartarpala niho (of teeth).

taskhana, haʻawina.

taskmasterluna hoʻoluhi.

Tasman SeaKai Tasamana

tasselkuʻuwelu, kīlepalepa; pua (of sugar cane). to tassel, as sugar cane, ʻō.

tastehoʻāʻo. to taste food, ʻai, hoʻopā i ka ʻai. taste bud, aʻalolo hoʻāʻo. to have a taste for, makemake, paoa. in good taste, kohu, pālawaiki. in poor taste, kohu ʻole; ʻaʻohe kohu iki; ua ʻewa ka pilina a ka nihoniho (see pilina). How does the food taste? pehea ka ʻono o ka ʻai ʻana?

tastesense of taste, lonoa alelo. taste receptor. aʻalonoa ʻono. see receptor.

tastelesskoʻekoʻe, hūkākai, hūkaikai, ʻōkākai, pōkaʻo, mūhea. also: kāhalahala, puʻapuʻa, muʻumūnā, ʻaʻalakai, ʻokaʻokai, kai, ānea, ʻōhea, maika. see insipid.

tasterhamuʻili.

tastyʻono. also: miko, kuhikuhi, mokae, mōkaekae; kaekae (as a sweet potato); lololo (rare).

tastyto flavor, make tasty. hōʻonoʻono. see flavoring.

tatteredweluwelu, peʻa.

tattinglihilihi hana lima.

tattleholoholoʻōlelo. also: waha nui, pekapeka, ʻioʻiolepo, lawe ʻōlelo, ili ʻōlelo, ʻama, ʻahiʻahi.

tattlerʻūlili. A tattler running on the beach, struck by a big sea, falls, he ʻūlili holoholo kahakai, pā i ke kai nui, hina (of weaklings).

tattookākau, kākau kaha; tattoo with dots and spots, kiko, kikiko, tattoo solid black without design, pāʻele; pāʻelekūlani (one side only); uhi, kākau uhi. long stripe tattoo, alaniho. tattoo brand on the forehead of a kauā, or on the forehead of the seducer of a high chief's wife, hikoni. tattooed eyelid, as a humiliating sign of a warrior's defeat, maka uhi. tattooing ink, paʻu. bone tattooing needle, mōlī. straight line in tattoo pattern, mōlī, mōlina. to tattoo with mōlī needle, molimolī.

tattoouhi₆

taughtaʻo ʻia, ua aʻo. see teach.

taunthoʻouluulu, hoʻopāpā, kūʻē akena, ʻōlelokīkē. Anciently, stylized taunts and boasts preceded combat; see boast, ripe, spider.

tautmāloʻeloʻe.

tautlīlio

tautlīlio

tavernhale inu lama.

taxʻauhau (for various kinds, see ʻauhau); hoʻokupu, uku, hoʻouku. gift or tax given to a chief at the birth of a child, pālala. tax collector, luna ʻauhau, luna ʻohi kālāʻauhau. tax building, hale ʻauhau.

taxʻauhau. sales tax. ʻauhau kumukūʻai. tax included. ʻauhau komo . tax rate. pākēneka ʻauhau. tax payer. mea uku ʻauhau.

taxablekū i kaʻauhau.

taxikaʻa ʻōhua, kaʻa hoʻolimalima.

taxikaʻa hai

taxikaʻa hai

taxonomythe science of classifying plants and animals. kālaikapa inoa.

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tea, wai kī. tea leaf, lau kī. tea tree or shrub (tea family), ānini, wānini. plants used for tea, nehe, kīnehe, koʻokoʻolau.

tea cuppola kī

tea cuppola kī

teaberrypīʻai .

teachaʻo. also: kula, paka, kuhikuhi.

teacherkumu, kumu aʻo. see assistant teacher and saying, reflect. school teacher, kumu kula. itinerant teacher, aʻo hele. substitute teacher, kōkua kumu, kumu pani hakahaka, hope kumu. teachers' training school, kula kumu, kula aʻo kumu. my teacher, kaʻu kumu.

teacherstudent teacher; also to student teach. aʻoākumu. student teacher field service supervisor. luna aʻākumu.

teacher traininginservice teacher training. hoʻoikaika kumu. preservice teacher training. hoʻomākaukau kumu.

teacher's guidealso teacher's manual. puke alakaʻi.

teachingaʻo, kumu aʻo. innermost teaching, aʻo loko.

teachingsee pedagogy.

teaching certificatepalapala ʻoihana aʻo.

teacupkīʻaha kī.

teahousehale inu kī.

teaka kind of wood. kiaka.

teakettlekikila kī.

team₁group. hui, ʻaoʻao, kime.

team₂draft animals. paʻa, pūkolo.

teamof draft animals. pūkolo.

team foulin team sports such as basketball. kuʻia kime. see foul.

teapotipu kī, kikila kī.

tear₁weeping. waimaka; pūkai (rare). see Hilo (Eng.-Haw.). tear duct, luaʻuhane. In poetry, rain may signify tears. tears of heaven, nā waimaka o ka lani (of showers at a funeral: gods wept).

tear₂sunder. hae, nahae, haehae. also: hahae, uhae, haena, hoʻopōhae, nāhaehae, mahae, māhaehae, hoʻōlepe, ʻōlepe, ʻāwelu, hoʻokepa, ʻai kepa; kīhae (as leaves); tear off, ihi. see torn.

tear₃to run. holo pupule, holoʻāwīwī.

teardropspūʻolo waimaka

tearfulhāloʻiloʻi, halahalawai.

tearspūʻolo waimaka

teasehoʻohenehene, hoʻohene. also: henehene, ʻuhene, hoʻohaehae, ahahana, hoʻohune, hauwene, hoʻohauwene, hoʻohae, hone, meʻo, hoʻohana, hana wale, wahapaʻa, hoʻomaʻau, kauloloa, none. rare: pūhene, honole, hoʻouhuhī. vexed by teasing, nāulu. to tease for something, , hoʻonē.

teashophale inu kī.

teaspoonpuna kī.

teaspoona unit of measurement. puna (preceded by ke). abb. puk.

teatū, maka.

technicalloea, noʻeau. technical knowledge, ʻike loea.

technical foulin team sports such as basketball. kuʻia kūhelu. see foul.

technicianmea ʻenehana. graphics technician. mea ʻenehana kiʻi. sound technician. mea ʻenehana kani.

techniqueʻano hana.

techniquekiʻina hana. see method.

technologyʻenehana. see industry.

techtonicsplate techtonics, in geology. kuʻina una honua. see boundary, convergent, divergent, transform.

teddy bearmea pāʻani pea

teddy bearpea kiʻi, pea pāʻani. see panda.

teddy bearmea pāʻani pea

tediousluhi, kua nui, hoʻokuanui, none, nohili, paʻu.

teemingpupupu, paʻapū.

teeterʻuʻupekupeku. see seesaw.

teetertotterpapa hulei. to teetertotter. hulehulei.

teethniho. see tooth.

teethepuka ka niho.

teetotalerhōʻole lama.

Teflonʻaʻalo pili. see resist, waterproof. Teflon tape, for use in plumbing. leki nao.

TeheranKelana

TeheranKelana

telecommunicationkelekaʻaʻike.

telegramkelekalama.

telegraphkelekalapa.

telephonekelepona. to telephone, kelepona, kāhea ma ke kelepona. telephone operator, kikowaena. telephone book, puke kelepona. the telephone is busy, paʻa ke kelepona.

telephonesee Hawaiian entries under kelepona. telephone receiver. ʻapo kelepona.

telephone boothkeʻena kelepona

telephone boothkeʻena kelepona

telephone numberhelu kelepona

telephone numberhelu kelepona

telescopeʻohe nānā, aniani hoʻonui ʻike.

telescopeʻohenānāa.

telespizaTelespiza cantanc, Laysan finch. ʻainohu kauō. Telespiza ultima, Nīhoa finch. ʻainohu Nīhoa.

telethonkīwīkona.

televisionpahu hoʻolele kiʻi

televisionkelewikiona. TV. kīwī, kelewī.

televisionpahu hoʻolele kiʻi

tellhaʻi, haʻina, hōʻike, ʻōlelo. to tell tales, haʻi moʻolelo, kole, pālau, pākaʻa; hoʻoholo ʻōlelo, pekapeka (gossip). to tell of the times, haʻi manawa. to tell woes, ʻōhumuhumu. to tell evil, holehole (fig.). to tell of ancestors, haʻi kupuna.

tell timehelu uaki, helu uāki. see time.

tellerhelu. bank teller, luna helu kālā. election teller, helu pāloka (balota).

telophasekaʻamahana pūʻali

tempernaʻau, ʻano o ka naʻau. see piʻi₁,₂, ashes, control. good temper, ʻoluʻolu ka naʻau. bad temper, huhū wale, ʻaʻaka, lelepī, pīʻena, pīkananā, ʻainiha, ʻōkaikai, ʻawaʻawa, hoahoa, pūkalakī. short temper, pōkole ka naʻau, lele koke, puhipuhi ahi. to lose one's temper, piʻi ka huhū, kū kaʻehu, piʻi ke kai, lelepī.

tempera paintpena pelaha.

temperancepākiko. temperance songs: mele kinai ʻona, mele kinai rama, mele hōʻole lama, mele hōʻole wai ʻona. temperance union, ʻahahui hōʻole wai ʻona. Temperance society, pūʻali inu wai.

temperatekemepale. see tropical. temperate forest. nahele kemepale.

temperatureanu, wela, welawela, ka wela a me ke anu. to take temperature, ana piwa.

temperaturewhen weather considered cold. anu. when weather considered warm. mahana, mehana. when weather considered hot. wela. see Hawaiian entries. room temperature. mehana ea, mehana lumi. to take the temperature of. ana wela.

tempestsee storm.

templateanakuhi.

temple₁edifice. luakini. see heiau.

temple₂part of head. maha. bald temple, hiʻaloa. temple muscle, ʻiʻo maha. back of the temple, kua maha. soft spot in temple, ʻapi.

tempoin music. māmā.

tempo markerana manawa (music).

temporal suturehoai maha.

temporalisthe muscle of the side of the head. mākala maha.

temporarykūikawā, no ka manawa pōkole, manawa; (rare). temporary house or shelter, hale pupupu, kāmala.

tempthoʻowalewale, hoʻāʻo, weʻa, weʻaweʻa.

tempterhoʻowalewale.

tempuratempura

tempuratempura

tenʻumi. ten times, tenfold, by tens, to divide by tens, pāʻumi. ten days, anahulu. see tens.

tensee deci-, deca-. base- ten grid paper. pepa makaʻaha kumu hoʻohui pāʻumi. ten-dollar bill. pepa pāʻumi.

tenaciouspipili, pili paʻa. also: aweawe, ʻālikalika, lina.

tenanthoaʻāina, mea hoʻolimalima, mea hoʻolimalima hale, lōpā.

tendmālama, lawelawe; kahu (an oven).

tendencyʻano.

tender₁not tough. palupalu. also: ʻūpalu, huki, mahāha, pūloku. tender-eyed, maka wai, maka onaona. tender feet, manene ka wāwae. tender vegetables, lālau palupalu.

tender₂to offer. haʻawi.

tender₃currency. kālā. legal tender, kālā ma ke kānāwai.

tender₄ship. moku lawelawe.

tenderizersee papain.

tenderloinʻiʻoliu; uhao (rare).

tendonaʻahuki; small tendon, aʻa.

tendonuaua, lohi.

tendrilʻumiʻumi, ʻōkaʻi.

tenfoldpāʻumi.

ten-foot linein volleyball. laina ʻumi kapuaʻi. see three-meter line. ten-foot line violation. ʻaʻena ʻumi kapuaʻi.

TennesseeKenekī, Tenesi.

Tennesseealso Tennessean. Kenekī, Tenesī.

tenniskenika.

tennis courtkahua kenika, kahua kinipōpō.

tennis racketlāʻau paʻi kinipōpō.

tennis shoesneaker. kāmaʻa lole.

tennis shoeskāmaʻa haʻuki

tennis shoeskāmaʻa haʻuki

tenonkomo, ule, hone, kumu, maʻi.

tenorleo kāne kiʻekiʻe.

tenorleo ʻekolu. tenor ʻukulele. ʻukulele leo ʻekolu.

ten-poundersee milkfish.

tenskana. count by tens, helu pāʻumi.

tensplace value, in math. kūana ʻumi.

tense₁taut. ʻIhaʻiha, liolio; paʻapū o loko (repressed).

tense₂grammar. (cf. (Gram. 5.2, 5.3)). present tense, wā ʻānō. future tense, wā e hiki mai ana. past tense, wā i hala.

tenseas articulation, in linguistics. mālō. see lax, vowel. tense vowel. woela mālō.

ten-second violationin basketball. ʻaʻena ʻumi kekona. see violation.

ten-strip boardin math. papa ʻaukā helu. see hundredths square, tenth strip.

tenthale lole, hale peʻa. also: halelewa, uhi, pūʻoʻa.

tenthalepeʻa. tent stake. pine halepeʻa.

tent stakekui hoʻopaʻa

tent stakekui hoʻopaʻa

tentacleʻawe. tentacles, ʻaweʻawe. thin end of octupus tentacles, pilipili heʻe.

tentacleʻaweʻawe.

tenthʻumi. tenth part, one tenth, hapaʻumi.

tenth stripin math. ʻaukā helu hapa ʻumi. see hundredths square, ten-strip board.

tenthshapa ʻumi.

tentmakerspoʻe humuhumu hale lole.

tenurekuleana.

tepidmūhea, heahea. tepid water, wai anuhea.

tera-a prefix meaning trillion (t). pākiliona. abb. pkl. see deca-, hecto-, kilo-, mega-, giga-.

teredomū wāwahi waʻa.

term₁period of time. kau, mahele manawa, . office term, noho ʻana.

term₂expression. inoa, ʻōlelo, hua ʻōlelo. terms of a fraction, palena. to term, kapa. see terms.

termin math. paukū. see terms. constant term. hua paʻa. like term. hoa like.

terminalhale hoʻolulu. air terminal, hale hoʻolulu mokulele. bus terminal, hale hoʻolulu kaʻa. train terminal, hale hoʻolulu kaʻaahi. terminal disease, maʻi make.

terminala computer device which is connected to a network system. poʻohana.

terminalfinal, as last in time, order, or importance. kuahope. see primary, secondary, tertiary. terminal bronchiole, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kuahope.

terminatehoʻopau, hoʻōki.

terminatedpau. completely terminated, pau pono.

terminating decimalkekimala pani.

terminushopena alahao (railroad).

termitenaonao lele, huhu.

termitemū ʻai lāʻau

termitemū ʻai lāʻau

termite blockin construction. palaka kimeki pale . see pier block.

termsnā meaʻaelike (conditions). see term.

termsterms of a fraction, in math. palena. lowest terms. palena haʻahaʻa loa. in terms of. ma o. in terms of x. ma o ke x.

ternnoio, ʻekiʻeki (Hawaiian); kenola, tenora. noddy tern, noio kōhā. gray-backed tern (bridled, spectacled, or gray wide-awake tern), pākalakala, kala. sooty tern, ʻewaʻewa. sea tern, hoiʻa (Niʻihau). white or fairy tern, manu-o-Kū. The tern that treads the billows of the distant sea, he noio ʻaʻe ʻale no ke kai loa (in admiration of a wise person).

terra firmakahua paʻa.

terracelānai kaupoko ʻole, ʻanuʻu, kaulu ʻanuʻu, pali, kāmoe. level terrace, kīpapa. irrigated terrace, loʻi.

terraceunderwater terrace. papa ʻanuʻu lalo kai.

terrainhiʻona ʻāina

terrariumpahuhonuaea.

terrestrialhōkūhele kinopaʻa

terribleweliweli.

terrierkēlia, ʻīlio kēlia.

terrifyhoʻoweli, hoʻoweliweli, hoʻomakaʻu. also: hōʻupuʻupu, hoʻomāʻeʻele.

territorialkelikoli.

territorykelikoli, panalāʻau. Territory of Hawaiʻi, Panalāʻau o Hawaiʻi.

terrorweli, weliweli, ʻeʻehia.

terroristkanaka hoʻomake huna.

terrorizehoʻoweliweli.

terror-strickenkau ka weli, ʻeʻehia, kū i ka weli.

tertiaryas third in time, order, or importance. kuakolu. see primary, secondary, terminal. tertiary or segmental bronchus, in anatomy. ʻāmanapuʻu kuakolu.

tesselationin math. makalau.

testhōʻike. to test, hōʻike, hoʻāʻo, hailona, hoʻopā.

testto make a test. haku i ka hōʻike. to take a test. hana i ka hōʻike, kākau i ka hōʻike. to test for something, as in a scientific experiment. hoʻāʻo. see trial.

test tubehano hoʻokolohua. see collection tube, cylinder, ring stand. Pyrex test tube. hano hoʻokolohua paileki. test tube clamp. ʻūmiʻi hano hoʻokolohua.

testamentkauoha. last will and testament, palapala kauoha, palapala hoʻoilina. Old Testament, Kauoha Kahiko. New Testament, Kauoha Hou.

testeras a battery tester, when the tester is a machine. mīkini hoʻāʻo. battery tester (a machine). mīkini hoʻāʻo iho. battery tester (not a machine). hāmeʻe hoʻāʻo iho.

testicleshua, huahua, kowaū. see scrotum. broken testicles, hua pēpēʻia.

testifyhōʻike, haʻi manaʻo.

testimonyhōʻike, ʻōlelo hōʻike.

testimonysee hearing.

testislōkuʻu huaʻāne

tetherkūkulu, hoʻopaʻa, mūkiʻi, hīkiʻi, nākiʻi, nīkiʻi.

tether ballpōpō kūkulu

tether ballpōpō kūkulu

Tethysa moon of Saturn. Tetisa.

tetrahedrona space figure with four faces, in math. paʻaʻilihā.

TexasKekeka, Teseta.

Texasalso Texan. Kekeka, Tekasa, Teseta.

textpoʻoʻōlelo, kumumanaʻo.

textof a document, as in a computer program. kikokikona. see text wrap.

text wrapas in a word-processing document. kikokikona kīpuni.

textbookpuke aʻo.

textbookpuke haʻawina. see supplementary text.

textilemea ulana ʻia. plaited ti-leaf textile, kapa lauʻī.

texturehiʻonapāʻili.

tf

ta    te    tf    th    ti    to    tr    ts    tu    tv    tw    ty       -top-  

T-fittingfor putting pipes together. ʻōmaka T. see universal fitting.

th

tha    the    thi    tho    thr    thu    thw    thy    

ta    te    tf    th    ti    to    tr    ts    tu    tv    tw    ty       -top-  

ThailandTailani.

ThamesKameka, Tamesa.

thanno Hawaiian term. This is bigger than that, nui kēia mamua o kēlā.

thankmahalo, hoʻomaikaʻi. thanks, mahalo. to give thanks, hoʻomaikaʻi, mililani.

thankfulhoʻomaikaʻi, mahalo nui. see grateful.

Thanksgiving DayLā Hoʻomaikaʻi. also: Lā Hoʻālohaloha, Lā ʻAi Pelehū.

thatkēlā, (far); kēnā, (near the person addressed; cf. (Gram. 8.3)); ia, ua ... lā. That way, in that way, pēlā. Is that so? Pēlā anei? Is that how? So thatʻs it! Isnʻt it? Pēlā, ʻea? Thatʻs right, pēlā ʻiʻo nō, ʻoia, ʻa ʻoia, ʻoia nō. Thatʻs so, thatʻs it, pēlā nō. That very day, o ia lā hoʻokahi nō.

thatchako, pili; kaʻa lau niu (coconut-leaf); lolelau. thatch needle, ʻōhiʻu. thatch purlin, ʻaho, ʻaʻaho, lolo, lolo ʻiole. thatch purlin support, ʻahopiʻo kuahui. thatch above a door, piko. to cut this thatch, ʻoki i ka piko, mō ka piko. to thatch, ako, kaupoku, ʻōhiʻu, paʻi. to thatch the inside of the house, kā lau. to tie a thatch purlin to roof frame, hōʻaho.

theka, ke (singular); (plural), but see (Gram. 10.2). rare: nāhi.

theaterkeaka. theater building, hale keaka. to act in the theater, hana keaka.

theaterhale kiʻiʻoniʻoni

theaterhale kiʻiʻoniʻoni

theatricalkeaka.

ThebesKepeka, Tebesa.

theftʻaihue; hue (rare).

their₁singular possessed object, dual. kō lāua (o-class); kā lāua (a-class).

their₂singular possessed object, plural. kō lākou (o-class); kā lākou (a-class).

their₃plural possessed objects, dual. o lāua (o-class); a lāua (a-class).

their₄plural possessed objects, plural. o lākou (o-class); a lākou (a-class). For other uses of k-less (zero type) possessives, see (Gram. 9.6.3).

theirsno lāua, no lākou, na lāua, na lākou. see their.

themiā lāua (dual), iā lākou (plural).

thematic mappalapala ʻāina kumuhana.

themepoʻomanaʻo; theme of a song, puana.

themselveslāua iho, lāua ponoʻī (dual); lākou iho, lākou ponoʻī (plural).

thenā laila, ia wā, ia manawa, ia manawa nō, ā, eia kā, inā. The chief then came, ā laila, hele mai ke aliʻi; hele maila ke aliʻi.

thencemai laila, mai laila aku, no laila aku.

theological seminarykula kahuna pule.

theoremmanaʻohaʻi.

theoristhoʻākamai.

theorumin math. manaʻohaʻi. Pythagorean theorum. manaʻohaʻi o Paekakoleo.

theorymanaʻo, kumumanaʻo.

therapyhoʻoponopono (family).

therapyto provide physical therapy. pākōlea. physical therapist. kanaka pākōlea, mea pākōlea. shock therapy. lapaʻau hoʻomiki uila.

therelaila, malaila, i laila (general); , ala, maila (not specific); ʻō, maʻō, i ʻō (far); ai. There! Aia lā! There it is, aia. See there! Aia hoʻi! There now! Aia kā! There, I told you so! Aia lā! To be there, ai laila, aia i laila. Down there, ai lalo, aia i lalo. Up there, ai luna, aia i luna. You, there! Eia ala!

thereaboutsma ia mau wahi.

therebypēlā nō, no ka mea.

thereforeno laila, no ia mea.

thermalikehu mahana

thermal energythe total energy of all the particles in an object. ikehu kāʻokoʻa. see calorimeter.

thermoelectricalso thermoelectricity. uila puhi wāwahie. see electricity. thermoelectric power. ikehu uila puhi wāwahie.

thermometerkelemomeka, ana wela, mea ana wela, ana pīwa.

thermometerana wela. see temperature.

thermophilicheat-loving. ola wela. thermophilic bacteria. koʻohune ola wela.

thermoshano.

thesauruspuke manaʻo laulike. as in a computer program. papa manaʻo laulike. thesaurus entry. manaʻo laulike.

thesekēia mau; ua ... nei. these books, kēia mau puke.

thesis₁dissertation. mea e kākau ʻia no he kekele kiʻekiʻe.

thesis₂see theme.

thesispepa nui

theylāua (dual), lākou (plural), mea mā.

thickmānoanoa, pepeʻekue, peʻekue; kūpū (of liquids). also: mānoa, mano, mahoʻa, mākolu, mākū, honu peʻekue, pānoʻunoʻu, hānuʻu, nuʻa, hāluʻa, mākuakua, kūpuku, pupupu, popoki, polo, peʻe; ʻaʻaki (fig.); paʻapū (as a crowd); hākuma, mākuma (as clouds); mākolukolu (as a board). thick-growing, nuʻa, papa, nūpolupolu, nūponuponu, .

thickmānoanoa, mānoʻanoʻa.

thickenhoʻomānoa, kuhua; hoʻokūpū, hoʻomākū (as cream).

thicketōpū nāhelehele, hihia, lāʻau, lāʻau kukū, puoʻa. tangled thicket, hihipeʻa. see clump. the dense thicket of the forest, ka hihia paʻa o ka nahele.

thicksetpoupou, noʻu.

thiefʻaihue. rare: molulo, mōlulolulo, moluna, lima ʻāpā. see ratlike, and sayings, ʻā₅, ʻiwa₁, piko pau ʻiole, poʻi₄.

thighʻūhā. inner side of thighs, hene ʻūhā. hollow of thigh, hena.

thighchicken thigh. ʻūhā moa. see drumstick.

thigh bonesee femur.

thighboneiwi hilo. throbbing in the thighbone, konikoni lua i ka iwi hilo (thrilled to the very depths).

thigmotacticʻonipā.

thimblekomo, komo humuhumu; komo lima (rare).

thimbleberriesʻākala.

thin₁as the human torso. wīwī, hakahaka; emi (to have lost weight); hoʻowīwī, hōkiʻi, hoʻokilo, hōmali, hōmale; māilo, māio (tubercular). also: hiwi; hiwihiwi; pili ke kua me ke alo (see kua); kekē, nāeheehe, lolopaioea, lolopaioa, paioa, paioea, leioa, lolio, loio, puakiʻi, hālaʻolaʻo, lala, ʻōlala, ʻukiki, pānauea, ʻoʻolu, ʻākaʻakaʻa, kānawe, hīnawe, ʻamopuʻu, pīlahi, kakakī, holowī, mālalaioa, kōlīlā, homa, haho.

thin₂as cloth, paper. lahi, lahilahi, nahi, nahinahi, lau lahilahi, lālahi, hoʻolahi, hakakaʻe, nanahe.

thin₃wispy, threadlike. puawe, maukoli₂, awe, ʻaeʻae, maʻawe, hīnawenawe, āewa, wele, welehia, nāwele, namauahi, hīnau, puināwele, hīnale, puela, koloau.

thin₄as poi, watery. wali, waliwali, wawali, kele, kakale, hoʻokalekale.

thin₅spindly. pīoeoe, līlā.

thin₆ridged. lānihinihi.

thinto thin, as plants when gardening. waewaele.

thingmea.

thingamajigdevice, doohickey, gadget, gizmo. hāmeʻa. see apparatus, instrument, tool.

thinkmanaʻo, noʻonoʻo. also: hōʻopuʻopu, piolo, kākepakepa; think deeply, hoʻokuanoʻo, lololo; think with affection, haliʻa aloha, hoʻomanaʻo aloha, nēnē. see nalu, thought. I think, manaʻo au, kuʻu manaʻo. to think much, kau nui ka manaʻo.

thinkerpoʻo noʻo, poʻo noʻonoʻo; lelehua (rare).

thinkingcritical thinking. noʻonoʻo loi. logical thinking. noʻonoʻo kūpili. thinking skills. mākau noʻonoʻo. building thinking skills book. puke mākau noʻonoʻo. productive-thinking skill. mākau hoʻomohala manaʻo.

thirdhapakolu, kolu. two thirds, ʻelua hapakolu. third mate on a ship, kolomeki.

third basein baseball. pahu ʻekolu. see base.

third personkūlā

third personkūlā

Third World Countryʻāina hōʻoiʻenehana. see developing, first world country.

third-party callalso to make such a call. kelepona kāki haʻi. see Hawaiian entries under kelepona.

thirstmake wai. see saying, burn.

thirstymake wai, ʻono wai, ʻaʻaka, hae i ka wai.

thirteenthʻumi kūmākolu, ʻumi kumamākolu.

thirtykanakolu.

thirty-eightkanakolu kūmāwalu, kanakolu kumamāwalu.

thirty-fivekanakolu kūmālima, kanakolu kumamālima.

thirty-fourkanakolu kūmāhā, kanakolu kumamāhā.

thirty-ninekanakolu kūmāiwa, kanakolu kumamāiwa.

thirty-onekanakolu kūmākahi, kanakolu kumamākahi.

thirty-second restin music. hoʻomaha hapa kanakolukūmālua.

thirty-sevenkanakolu kūmāhiku, kanakolu kumamāhiku.

thirty-sixkanakolu kūmāono, kanakolu kumamāono.

thirty-threekanakolu kūmākolu, kanakolu kumamākolu.

thirty-twokanakolu kūmālua, kanakolu kumamālua.

thiskēia, ia, ʻoia, nei, neia, ua ... nei. this way, like this, penei. this and that, kēlā me kēia.

thistlepuakala, pualele.

Thomas SquareKamaki Kuea.

-thonsuffix. -kona. see -athalon, dance-a-thon, marathon, walkathon, etc.

thonghāwele, kaula, , aho.

thoraxpaukū kino, paukū.

thornkukū, ʻoiʻoi, kākala; kōkala (as on pandanus leaf). thorn hedge, pā lāʻau ʻoiʻoi.

thornykukū, wanawana, ʻoiʻoi, kākala, kākalaioa, kalakala; pōniho (as cactus). thorny tree, lāʻau kukū, lāʻau ʻoʻoi.

thoroughpau pono, piha pono. also: leʻa, maiau. a thorough talk, hoʻonoho papa i kaʻōlelo.

thoroughfarealanui.

thoroughwortpāmakani haole.

thosekēlā mau; ua ... lā. those of that place, kō laila. those books, kēlā mau puke.

thouʻoe.

thoughi loko o. see although. as though, mehe, mai, mehe mea lā, me.

thoughtmanaʻo, noʻonoʻo, ʻupu. see corrode, think. train of thought, ka helena o ka noʻonoʻo, au. subject for thought, kumunoʻonoʻo. random thought, manaʻo ulu wale. explanatory thought, manaʻo wehewehe. evil thought, manaʻo ʻino. i thought (but it was not so), kainō, kainoa, kuhi. i thought you had gone, kainō ua hele ʻoe. constantly in mind and thought, mea manaʻo nui ʻia, pulakaumaka; hōlio (rare).

thoughtiwi₈

thoughtiwi₈

thoughtfulnoʻonoʻo. also: kuanoʻo, lana ka manaʻo, kolokolohai, naʻau aliʻi.

thoughtlessnoʻonoʻo ʻole, naʻau kūhili, hoʻoponoponoʻole.

thousandkaukani. by thousands, to distribute to thousands, pākaukani.

thousandsee kilo-, milli-.

thousandfoldpākaukani.

ThraceKelake, Terake.

thrashhahau, pāluku, kūpaka, hili, welokā.

thrashera bird related to the thrush. manu kelaka.

threadlopi. also: kaʻā, awe, maʻawe, mōʻali, moʻoʻali. basting thread, lopi kāholo, lopi hoʻoholoholo. embroidery thread, lopi humulau. worsted thread, lopi huluhulu. spool of thread, pōkaʻa lopi. to thread, as a needle, hoʻopiha, ʻuo; kui (as beads).

threadfishmoi (for growth stages and sayings, see moi).

threadlikeaweawe, nāwele, hilo.

threadwormskoʻe kai.

threatʻōlelo hoʻoweliweli, hoʻoweliweli; puʻu make (dire).

threatsee triple-threat position.

threatenʻōlelo hoʻoweliweli, hoʻoweliweli. also: kekē niho, keʻekeʻe nuku, hoʻonuinui, hoana; hoko (rare). threaten to throw, as at a dog, hoʻāni, hoʻāni pākī.

threatenedas rare plants or animals. hopo halapohe, hopo make loa, hopo nalowale loa. see endangered, extinct.

threekolu, ʻekolu, ʻakolu. three times, ʻekolu, ʻakolu, kuakolu, pākolu. three in one, kahikolu. three-masted vessel, kia kolu.

three fourthsʻekolu hapahā.

three manalso swing man or shooting forward, in basketball. kūkolu.

three-dimensionalin math. paʻa. see two-dimensional. three-dimensional figure. kinona paʻa. also 3D, as a picture or movie. kohu paʻa. three-dimensional movie. kiʻiʻoniʻoni kohu paʻa.

threefoldpākolu, kaʻā kolu.

three-meter linein volleyball. laina ʻekolu mika. see ten-foot line. three-meter line violation. ʻaʻena ʻekolu mika.

three-point arcin basketball. hoaka kīkolu.

three-point shotin basketball; to attempt such a shot. ʻai kolu. a successful three-point shot. ʻai kolu.

three-prongedmakakolu

three-prongedmakakolu

three-quarter-court pressin basketball. lulumi ʻekolu hapahā. see press.

three-second violationin basketball. ʻaʻena ʻekolu kekona. see violation.

threshkākā, kuʻi palu, welokā. to thresh wheat, hehi palaoa. threshing floor, kahua hehi.

thresholdpaepae puka, niʻo.

thresholdof a door. paepae puka.

thriceʻekolu manawa, kuakolu.

thriftymakauliʻi, hoʻomakauliʻi. also: koʻakoʻana; pānuhu (as of plants, rare).

thrillkapalili ka houpo. also: nākuʻi; ilihia (as by beauty); lalawe. see maneʻo, thighbone. thrill in the heart, konikoni lua i ka puʻuwai.

thripsa kind of insect. pīnalonalo.

thriveulu pono, lupalupa, nupanupa, oha. also: māhua, māhuahua, ahuahu, ola nō, koʻū.

throatpuʻu, puʻumoni, puʻumoniʻai, kaniʻāʻī. front of throat, puanaʻī. sore throat, puʻu ʻeha, puʻupau. throat irritation, ʻako. throat cancer, puʻupau.

throatpuʻu.

throbkoni, konikoni, kapalili. also: pana, ʻapi, hula; pākoni (as teeth); aʻa koni. throbbing ache, as of love, ʻeha koni. throbbing in the heart, konikoni lua i ka puʻuwai.

thronenoho aliʻi.

throne roomkeʻena kalaunu.

throngpūʻulu, kūpinaʻi. see crowd. to throng, ʻākoakoa, kūpipipi, kūpinaʻi.

throttleʻumi.

through₁finished. pau.

through₂in. ma, ma loko o.

through₃by means of. ma o, no ka mea o.

throughpuka ma kekahi ʻaoʻao (o). multiply through, in math. hoʻonui paukū pākahi.

thrownou, hoʻolei, kiola; pehi (pelt); , (scatter). also: pākī, hoʻohina, hīkau; throw at, kāpehi, kīpehi, kūpehi; throw away, kiloi, kiola, hoʻolei wale; throw down, as a fighter, hina; throw aimlessly, carelessly, hikua; throw with force, hoʻokāwala, hiu; throw backwards, wala, walawala, wala kua, ʻāwala. throw stones, nou pōhaku, pākī pōhaku; mano (rare). throw a spear, ʻōʻō, ʻōʻō ihe, pahu ihe.

throwto throw overhand. nou. to throw underhand. kiola. see discus.

throw awayto throw away (the ball), in basketball. kīloi paʻewa.

throwing netsee net.

thrush₁bird. kāmaʻo, ʻōmaʻo, keluka. Hawaiian thrush, ʻāmaui, ʻōmaʻo. small Kauaʻi thrush, puaiohi. Lānaʻi and Molokaʻi thrush, olomaʻo.

thrush₂disease. ʻea (for various kinds, see ʻea and entries that follow it).

thrushkeluka, manu keluka. wood thrush. manu keluka ululāʻau.

thrusthou, ʻō, , nao; pahu, pahuna, pakelo (as a spear); holowā (rare); thrust aside, kaupale, pale, hoʻokāpae; thrust on, ʻonou; thrust up, peu; thrust in, hoʻō. thrust of war club, hāuna lāʻau.

thudkamumu, mumu, haukamumu, pahū, haluku, palunu, ʻukē.

thumbmanamana lima nui, lima nui. green thumb, lima ulu.

thumbmanamana nui. see finger, scroll. to thumb through, as a magazine. lolelole.

thumbtackkui pahu, kui ʻonou.

thumbtackkui pahu.

ThumminKumina, Tumima.

thumpnākuʻi, hākuʻi, koʻele, neneke; kamumu, haukamumu (as footsteps); , poʻaʻala (as a drum). rare: mukikiki, mūkekeke.

thunderhekili. also: hekikili, kili, kuʻi ka hekili, ʻuʻina pōhaku a kāne, pōhaku, pohākaʻa, kaʻa ka pōhaku. to cause thunder, threatening thunder, hoʻohekili. to thunder without rain, pāmalō, hekili pāmalo, hekili pāmaloʻo (considered an omen). peal of thunder, kuʻi hekili, kili.

thunder cloudao hekili

thunderbirdmanu hekili.

thunderboltkuʻi ikaika ka hekili me ka lapa uila.

thunderclapkuʻi hekili.

thundercloudao hākuma me ka lapa uila; manuhekili (rare).

ThursdayPōʻahā; Kaleke, Tarede (rare).

Thursdaypoʻahā. abb. P4.

thuspēlā, pēia, pe, penei, pe kēia, ʻoia, e laʻa me kēia.

thwart₁frustrate. hoʻohoka, hoʻopūhili.

thwart₂canoe thwart. wae, wae waʻa.

thwartedhoka, pūhili, kāhewa.

thymekaima.

thyroidʻāʻīpau.

thyroid glandlōkuʻu hoʻokonukonu pūnao.

ti

ti₁    ti₂    tib    tic    tid    tie    tig    til    tim    tin    tip    tir    tis    tit    

ta    te    tf    th    ti    to    tr    ts    tu    tv    tw    ty       -top-  

ti₁plant. (for various uses, see Haw.-Eng. entry), kīʻulaʻula (ornamental), ʻāpiʻi. see raincoat, sandal, skirt. ti leaf, lāʻī, lauʻī, lau kī, lākī; lauʻī pekepeke (short, stunted); lau kī pala (yellowed). ti flower, pua kī. ti-blossom stem, pūʻau (rare). shredded ti stalk, kīlau. brew from ti root, ʻōkolehao, lolo. ti root as used for stain, mole kī. fine pieces of ti root, as in the oven, ʻae kī. ti-root oven, imu kī, umu kī. glaze of ti-root juice, liki. providers of ti, kumulau. place where ti grows, wahi ulu o ke kī, ʻekī.

ti₂music. .

tithe seventh note on the musical scale. . see Hawaiian entry pākōlī.

ti plantkīkea

ti plantkīkea

TibetKipeka, Tibeta.

tibiathe inner bone of the lower leg. iwi wāwae. see fibula, ulna.

tibial arteryaʻa puʻuwai wāwae. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa puʻuwai.

tibial veinaʻa kino wāwae. see Hawaiian entries under aʻa kino.

tibialisthe muscle of the lower leg and foot region. mākala pelu mua.

tick₁sound. kani. also: koʻele, paʻina; ʻukē (rare).

tick₂insect. ʻuku hipa, nalo paka.

tick₃mattress cover. hulumanu.

tickto tick, as a clock. kani koʻele.

ticketkikiki, likiki.

ticklehoʻomāneʻoneʻo.

ticklishhoʻomāneʻoneʻo, māneʻoneʻo, maneʻo, hoʻomaneʻo.

tic-tac-toekesaʻō.

tidal wavekai eʻe, kai hoʻēʻe, kai a Pele. receding sea, as before a tidal wave, kai mimiki. cf. Kahinaliʻi.

tideau, kai. low tide, kai make, kai maloʻo, kai malolo, kai a malō. mid-tide, hōlūlū, kai kū, kai maumau, kai pū. rising tide, kai piʻi, kai apo, kai ea, kai nuʻu mai, kai kī, ʻae. high tide, kai nui, kai ulu, kai piha. turn of the tide, kai moku, kai hoʻi, nioke, kai emi, kai nuʻu aku.

tidehoehoena o ke kai. see fluctuate.

tidingsʻōlelo (Biblical); nū hou (news), lono.

tidingsnū ʻoli

tidingsnū ʻoli

tidymaiau, ponopono, paʻihi, pālawaiki.

tie₁to bind. hīkiʻi, nīkiʻi, hākiʻi, nākiʻi, mūkiʻi, pūkiʻi, lawa, hele, hoʻopaʻa, hoa; (as shoelace); ʻope, paʻi (as a package); hīpuʻu, nīpuʻu, hoʻohīpuʻu, nakinaki (as a knot); tie loosely, hūalakē, kāmola, naia (all are rare); tie about neck, kāʻawe; tie as a slip knot, kākolea; tie round, kāʻai; tie bundles of stripped pandanus leaves, kīmoʻo. also: kama, hāwele, ʻāwele, ʻālikiliki, polikia, ʻaʻa, hauhoa, hauhō, molo, pākōlea, kalapu, maʻa, lapulapu, lino, mali, nikiniki, kūkulu, mīnoinoi, puʻaka, ʻōhao; nīpeʻa (Kauaʻi). see bind. tied to a stake, moku.

tie₂a draw. paʻi, paʻi wale, paʻi ā paʻi.

tie₃in music. huina.

tiebow tie. lei ʻāʻī pewa.

tiehelea₂

tiehelea₂

tie beamīlio.

Tierra del FuegoʻĀina Ahi.

tigerkika.

tiger's-clawwiliwili haole.

tightlikiliki, kūlikiliki, hoʻolikiliki (as a dress); paʻa, ʻiʻī (as a cork); pūʻikaʻika (packed); lāʻiki. also: ʻālikiliki, papaʻa, haʻapapaʻa, pipiki, ʻihaʻiha, mālena, mūʻekekeʻi, hoʻomālō, kāoʻo, lena. see taut.

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

tightenhoʻolikiliki, nākiʻi ā paʻa, huki ā māloʻeloʻe.

TigrisKikelika, Tigerisa.

tilapiatalapia.

tilepōhaku ʻula.

tile Kileceramic tile. kile lāmeka. floor tile kile. kile papahele, kile ʻili, moena ʻili ʻāpanapana. hollow tile kile. paomeki.

tile windowsas in a computer program. papa pukaaniani.

till₁until. ʻā, ā hiki i.

till₂farm. mahi.

tiller₁see rudder.

tiller₂see farmer.

tillersee rotary tiller.

tiltkīkiʻi, wala, walawala, kulana, ʻoʻupe, hoʻokapeke; tilt back, as the head, hīkaʻa. tilted nose, ihu kū. tilt the chair, hoʻokīkiʻi i ka noho.

tiltto tilt or tip, as a glass containing water. hoʻohiō. to cause to tilt, as the camera when filming a movie or video production. hoʻokīkiʻi.

tilththe nature of soil with porous texture and well-aggregated crumb structure. māʻelenono. see crumb.

timberlāʻau; hūkaʻa (resinous).

timbrein music. pualeo.

timbrelkuolokani.

time, manawa, au; hola (o'clock). see times. also: hanana, laʻa, laʻahia; ano (in songs); mawa (rare); pale, lele (time interval in music). at a time, pā- (followed by a numeral). at the time that, i, , i ... hana. at the time that i, iaʻu. at the time that he, iāia. by the time that, hele ā (see hele₃). passing of much time on a piece of land, as an old family, au ʻāpaʻapaʻa. first time, ʻakahi nō ... ā (see ʻakahi),. maka mua. in no time at all, ʻaʻole ʻemo, manawa ʻole, ʻemo ʻole, ʻaʻole i ʻū. for a short time, for the time being, no ka manawa; kūikawā. any possible time, ka manawa e hiki mai ana. time-consuming, lohi, none. regular or usual time, manawa paʻa mau. free time, manawa kaʻawale. a long time, to take a long time, liʻu, liʻuliʻu, kūlōʻihi. at the same time, hoʻokahi, like. portion of time, paukū manawa. from time to time, i kēlā manawa i kēia manawa. a long time ago, see ago. distant time, kikilo, kikiloa. to waste time, hoʻopaumanawa. to pass the time, hoʻohala manawa; hoʻolalau. to pass time pleasantly, hoʻonanea, walea, luakaha, hoʻokāʻau. to have a good time, leʻaleʻa, nanea. to beat time with hands, . to speak of old times, hoʻokahiko. What time is it? holaʻehia kēia?

timemanawa. see on time, time zone. real time, as in a computer program. manawa ʻānō. recroded duration. helu manawa; to time, as speed, duration, etc. helu manawa; uaki, uʻki. to tell timehelu uaki, helu uʻki. to take the time, as to do something. hoʻokaʻawale i ka manawa, hoʻolilo i ka manawa.

time linelaina manawa.

time outin team sports such as volleyball. manawa hoʻomaha.

time zoneas Pacific or Rocky Mountain time zone. kāʻei hola.

timekeeperkikolā.

times, au. ancient times, wā kahiko. good times, wā maikaʻi. bad times, times of trouble, wā pōpilikia. times sign (in multiplication), kahahiō. The Times (publication), Haʻi Manawa.

timetablepapa kuhikuhi, papa hōʻike, palapala hōʻike manawa, papa helu kaʻaahi.

timetablepapa manawa₂

timetablepapa manawa₂

timidmakaʻu. also; ʻāhē, wiwo, hoʻohilahila, ʻeʻena, kaupē.

tinkini, keleawe, piula. tin pan or plate, pā kini.

tin foilpepa kini.

tinderpulu, pulupulu. tinder resulting from plowing with the fire plow, ʻāhia.

tinderpowdery tinder. ʻāhia.

tineakane.

tinglekoni.

tinglingkonikoni, ʻiniʻiniki, huʻihuʻi, houhou ʻili.

tinklekani, , ō.

tinsmithkuʻi keleawe.

tinthoʻoluʻu lahilahi.

tintas of a television screen. laulā kala. see color gradient.

tinyʻuʻuku, ʻuku, ʻuku liʻi, liʻi. also: ʻiʻi, ʻiʻiʻi, pūʻukuʻuku, makaliʻi, liliʻi, ʻūliʻi, kikiki, hune, komoiʻiʻi, ʻōpihipihi, peke, kūpihipihi. rare: unana, ʻanini. tiny bit, mea hunahuna, huna, mākoli, mea hunehune, hune, oka liʻiliʻi, okaoka.

-tionʻana, -na.

tip₁top. wēkiu, wēlau, welelau, ʻēlau, ʻelelau, welewelelau, kihi, ʻaki, nuku, piko. see tongue.

tip₂to tilt. kāhulihuli; wehe, wehewehe (as a hat).

tip₃gratuity. uku lawelawe.

tipto tip or tilt, as a glass containing water. hoʻohiō.

tipof a leaf. hiʻu, welelau. bulb tip. ʻōmaka hua kanu. of the tongue. wēlau alelo.

tip passin basketball; to throw such a pass. kīloi papaʻi. see tip-in.

tip-inas a basket in basketball; to make such a shot. papaʻi. see tip pass.

tiplea musical instrument with ten strings. kipola.

tipplewala kīʻaha.

tipsyʻona liʻi.

tipsymōlehu

tiptoenihi, nīao.

tiptopmaluna loa, kōkī.

tire₁see tired.

tire₂of an automobile. laholio hoʻopaʻa huila.

tirehuila kaʻa

tirekaea, taea. bicycle tire. kaea paikikala.

tirehuila kaʻa

tiredluhi, māluhiluhi. also: piula (slang); maka luhi (of people, eyes); kaea; māʻopaʻopa (as legs); moluhi, luhi hewa, uihā, maʻuhā, ʻainea, pōʻieʻie, maika.

tiresomemāluhiluhi, manakā, hoʻomāluhiluhi, uihā.

tissueʻaʻaʻa. tissue paper, pepa lahilahi. cleaning tissue, hainakā pepa.

tissueas structural material of a plant or animal. ʻaʻaʻa hunaola. see cell. adipose tissue, i.e. animal tissue in which fat is stored. ʻaʻaʻa hunaola ʻailakele.

Titana moon of Saturn. Kaikana.

tithehapaʻumi, waiwai hapaʻumi.

titillatemaneʻo, hoʻomāneʻoneʻo, hoʻokola.

title₁rank. kūlana.

title₂right. kūleana; ʻalolio (in fee simple). certificate of title (land), palapala hoʻonā. see land title.

title₃heading, as of an article. poʻo, poʻoʻōlelo, poʻomanaʻo, inoa.

titleas of a book or story. inoa; poʻo inoa (preceded by ke). as at the beginning of a movie or video production. poʻo inoa. program title, as for a TV program. poʻo inoa polokalamu. the heading which names a legislative act or statute. poʻo kānāwai. see Hawaiian entries under kānāwai and bill.

titterʻaka hene iki.

to

toa    tob    tod    toe    tof    tog    toi    tok    tol    tom    ton    too    top    tor    tos    tot    tou    tow    tox    toy    

ta    te    tf    th    ti    to    tr    ts    tu    tv    tw    ty       -top-  

toi, , ; ā, ā hiki i; e, no (purpose). to and fro, i ʻō i ʻaneʻi, haʻakuʻe. I want to go, makemake au e hele.

toalso and, when, until, etc. a.

toadpoloka.

toadstoolkūkaelio.

toast₁bread. palaoa hoʻopāpaʻa, palaoa pāpaʻa, palaoa pūlehu, lānia. see broil. to toast bread, hoʻopāpaʻa palaoa.

toast₂drinking. inu hoʻomaikaʻi. A toast! Kāmau! Huli pau! ʻŌkole maluna!

toastermea hoʻopāpaʻa palaoa.

toastermīkini pūlehu palaoa

toastermīkini pūlehu palaoa

toastmasterlunaʻahaʻaina.

tobaccopaka. smoking tobacco, paka puhi. plug tobacco, pepeʻe paka. chewing tobacco, paka nau. wild tobacco, mākāhala. tobacco pipe, ipu paka. tobacco pouch or container, poho paka, hano paka, pahu paka. guardian of high chief's tobacco and pipes, kahu paka. to smoke tobacco, puhi paka.

todaykēia lā.

toemanamana wāwae. big toe, manamana nui. toe of a shoe, ihu, ihu kāmaʻa.

toe bonesee phalanx.

toenailmaiʻao, mānea o ka manamana wāwae, māiʻuʻu.

toenailmikiʻao

tofualso bean curd. tōfū.

together. also: like, hoʻokahi, kūmaumau, laʻa. to do together, hana like, ʻilau. to paddle together, hoe like, ʻilau hoe. all together, papau, pau pū, papa. close together, pili, pīnaʻi. to put or bring together, hoʻopili, kāpili. Let's be together, e pili kāua. Let us live together, hoʻokahi nō kō kāua noho pū ʻana. to pull together or cooperate, huki like, alu like.

TogoTōkō.

toilluhi, luhi ʻana, hana luhi, paʻu.

toilet₁bathroom. lua, wahi hoʻopau pilikia, lua liʻiliʻi, kiʻona. outside toilet, hale liʻiliʻi. go to the toilet, hele i ka lua.

toilet₂adornment. hoʻomaʻemaʻe a hōʻaʻahu i ke kino. toilet water, wai ʻala. toilet articles, nā mea hoʻonani (hoʻomaʻemaʻe) kino.

toiletlua. toilet bowl. ipu lua. toilet handle. ʻau hoʻokuʻu wai o ka lua, ʻau hoʻokuʻu (preceded by ke). toilet seat. noho lua. to flush the toilet. hoʻokuʻu i ka wai o ka lua,hoʻoholo i ka wai.

toilet paperpepa hāleu, hāleu.

toilsomehana luhi, māluhiluhi, paʻu.

tokenhōʻike, hōʻailona.

toldsee tell. I told you so! ʻAikola! Alolo! Ā laʻa lā! Lolo! ʻAilolo!

tolerantmanaʻo laulā, ʻoluʻolu me ka hoʻāhewa ʻole i kō haʻi manaʻo.

toleratesee endure.

toll₁tax or due. ʻauhau, uku.

toll₂to sound. hoʻokani, kani, kuʻikē, kanikē, hoʻōeoe, ō.

toll freekāki ʻole. toll free number. helu kelepona kāki ʻole.

tomatoʻōhiʻa, ʻōhiʻa lomi, ʻōhiʻa haole, kamako, komako; ʻōhiʻa ma ka nahele (currant).

tomato basketʻie ʻōhia lomi

tomato basketʻie ʻōhia lomi

tombhale kupapaʻu, lua kupapaʻu, ilina.

tomorrowʻapōpō. day after tomorrow, ʻapōpō ā ia lā aku.

tomorrowʻāpōpō.

tonkana, kona.

tonkana. abb. k.

toneleo, kani o ka leo; hua kani (in music). deep tone, leo halulu, maliʻu; kīkīkoʻu (rare). full tone, leo lele puni.

tonein music. huakani. in linguistics, as relating to Chinese or Navaho languages. nioe. as of a literary work. au manaʻo.

toneras for a computer printer. pauka ʻīnika.

TongaKingdom of Tonga. Aupuni Mōʻī ʻo Tonga.

tongsʻūpā, ʻūpā ahi.

tonguealelo, elelo, lelo. tongue tip, ʻēlau alelo, wēlau alelo, lau alelo. coated tongue, alelo pala. double-tongued, elelo lua. to stick out the tongue, as in contempt, hoʻopakeʻo i ke alelo. sharp-tongued, kekē, waha ʻā. the tongue, steering paddle of the words of the mouth, ʻo ke alelo, ka hoe uli o ka ʻōlelo a ka waha (advice to speak cautiously).

tonguealelo. back of the tongue. kūʻau alelo. blade of the tongue. lau alelo. central portion of the tongue. waena alelo. root of the tongue. mole alelo. tip of the tongue. wēlau alelo.

tongue-tiedalelo pelu, puʻu ke alelo; hiki ʻole ke pane (unable to answer).

tonic₁medicine. lāʻau hoʻoikaika.

tonic₂music. kī alakaʻi, puana.

tonightkēia pō, i kēia pō.

tonnagehuina o nā kona.

tonsillitispuʻu kohekohe. bilateral tonsillitis, kohekohe papa.

tonsilspuʻu. swollen tonsils, puʻu ʻōkohekohe, puʻu kohekohe.

too₁also. kekahi, kahi, hoʻi. Me too, ʻo au pū. I'm going too, ʻo au kahi e hele.

too₂excessive. No Hawaiian equivalents except intensifiers nui, nui loa; keu (often followed by ā).

toolmea hana, mea hoʻohana, mea paʻahana. tools, pono hana, nā mea hoʻohana. tool house, hale paʻahana.

toolas a shovel, crowbar, etc. mea hana. see apparatus, device, instrument. as a specialized instrument for a particular occupation. mauhaʻa.

tool boxpahu mea hana

tool boxpahu mea hana

tool chestwaihona mea hana

tool chestwaihona mea hana

toothniho (for various kinds, see niho and entries that follow it). new tooth, niho hou, niho peku. eye tooth, maka ole. back tooth, kuʻi; kuʻi lena (yellowed, symbol of old age). false tooth, niho kuʻi, niho hoʻokomo. loose tooth, niho naue. decayed tooth, niho popo. tooth tartar, pala niho. worn teeth, mauole. row or set of teeth, papa niho, pae niho. point of a dog's tooth, maka ole. whale tooth, niho palaoa; palaoa pae (washed ashore). whale-tooth pendant, lei palaoa, niho palaoa. tooth of deceased beloved, heia. to pull a tooth, huki i ka niho. to fill a tooth, hoʻopiha i ka niho. to expose teeth, hoʻokekē niho, haʻakekē niho (scold). Eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth (Oihk. 14.20) , he maka no ka maka, he niho no ka niho.

toothniho. see drill, filling, grind, orthodontist, pick.

toothacheniho huʻi, niho kaʻi, pākoni.

toothbrushpalaki niho.

toothbrushtoothbrush container, usually made of plastic. poho palaka niho. toothbrush holder. kauna palaki niho.

toothedniho, nihoniho, nihoa, ʻōniho.

toothlessniho ʻole, ʻūkaʻe. toothless gums, kaʻe, mūkaʻe.

toothpastepauka holoi niho

toothpastepauka niho. see cap. toothpaste tube. poho pauka niho.

toothpastepauka holoi niho

toothpicklāʻau ʻōhikihiki niho, ʻōhiʻu niho.

top₁uppermost. wēkiu, wēlau, luna. also: welelau, ʻēlau, lau, ʻaki, piko, kilohana; poʻo huku (of a hill); pane, kuamauna (as of a mountain); (of a hat); miona (as of a hanging valley); lauʻeki (as of sugarcane tassel or shell ginger about to bloom). to top, as top branches, ēulu. to get on top of, piʻi, ʻaʻe, eʻe. to have reached the top, kū i ke ʻaki (success). strive to reach the top, kūlia i ka nuʻu.

top₂toy. , ʻōniu, ʻōkaʻa, ʻūlili. cord for spinning top, kaula hū.

topclothing. lole o luna. see bottom, tank top.

top marginlihi o luna. see margin.

top of the keyon a basketball court. uma , uma, pōheo.

topazkopako.

TopekaKopika.

top-heavypoʻonui.

topickumuhana, kumumanaʻo, poʻomanaʻo; pūʻolo (fig.).

topicgeneral topic or subject, as in literature. kumuhana. topic sentence, as of a paragraph. hopunaʻōlelo wehe kumuhana.

topicpiko₉

topicpiko₉

topknot. also: pūpū lauoho, makuʻu, kāʻeo, nīheu. to tie the hair in a topknot, pū i ka lauoho, hamakuʻu, kīkī.

topmastkia luna.

topmostwēkiu, panepoʻo, kōkī, maluna loa.

topographermea kaha palapalaʻāina.

topographicalso topography. hiʻona ʻāina. see Hawaiian entries hiʻona wai, hiʻona ʻāina. topographic map. palapala hiʻona ʻāina. man-made topographical feature. hiʻona na ke kanaka.

topographywaihona ʻāina, ke ʻano o ka moe ʻana o ka ʻāina.

toppingas for ice cream. pāhina.

topplehina pū, pōhina, hina.

topplepōhinahina₂

topplepōhinahina₂

topsailheke, peʻa heke.

topsoillepo uhi. see subsoil.

topsy-turvykapakahi, kūwalawala, kīkoʻolā.

torchlama, lamakū, lamalama, pūlama, kukui, ihoiho. torch fishing, lamalama iʻa. Many torches stand, kū ka lau lama (symbol of victory).

tormenthōʻehaʻeha, ʻeha nui, hana ʻino. also: hoʻomaʻau, walania, walawalania, walenia, wawalania, welenia, poheue, pōlio. see torture.

tornsee tear.

tornadomakani kaʻa wiliwili.

tornadomakani kaʻawili

tornadomakani kaʻawiliwili.

tornadomakani kaʻawili

torpedokōpiko.

torpidsee sluggish.

torrentwaikahe nui, holomoku.

torrentiallanipili, loku, nuʻu.

torsopaukū kino.

torticollisʻāʻīkū.

tortillatōtia.

tortoisehonu. land tortoise, ʻea kua neneke. tortoise shell, una.

torturehoʻomāinoino. also: laumilo, hoʻokaʻawili. see torment.

toruspōʻahapoe

tosshoʻolei, kiola; toss about or back and forth, hoʻoleilei, kīolaola, walakīkē, huhuhulei, ʻakūkū, kaʻapā; toss, as a ship, hulei, huleilua, kāhulihuli, kaʻinapu, paiāhaʻa, paialewa, kulana; toss, as with palm of hand up, kuwala, kuala; toss up, hapahapai (as a child); kuehu, kaiehu (as spray); hoʻoheheo. also: lei, , hāuna, hauhāuna. to toss while sleeping, moe ʻino, moe kāhua.

totalhuina, huina helu; heluna (sum); holoʻokoʻa, helu.

totalsum. huinanui. grand total. huinanui pau loa. subtotal. huinanui hapa.

totepaialewa. see carry.

totem polepou ʻaumakua ʻilikini.

totterhaʻalulu, luli, kāhulihuli, kūlanalana, hīkākā, kunewa, kāpekepeke, kūhau, pananā.

toucantūkana.

touch, hoʻopā, pili, meu, hani, hoʻohani; pāhiki, hoʻopā iki, makahani, pā lihi (graze); touch, as of two objects, pāpā; touch repeatedly, hoʻopāpā. to touch the skin, pā ʻili. touch and gone (as of a stolen object)! pā nō lilo!

touchsense of touch. lonoa ʻili.

touch passin basketball; to make such a pass. hoʻopāhiʻa.

touchbackin football. ʻai hopu. see point, touchdown.

touchback (football)hopu₂

touchback (football)hopu₂

touchdownin football. ʻai holo. see point, touchback.

touchingsee pathetic.

touchstonepōhaku hoʻopā.

toughpaʻakikī, māuaua, uaua. also: hoʻouaua, ʻuoʻuo, uoʻo, laukani, pūkonakona, oloolonā, kani, ʻālikalika; kaʻakaʻalina (as banana skin). somewhat tough, ʻōuaua.

toughenhoʻouaua; makauaua (by drying).

tourkaʻapuni, kaʻahele, huakaʻi kaʻapuni, hele mākaʻikaʻi. tour group, poʻe mākaʻikaʻi like.

touristspoʻe mākaʻikaʻi, malihini mākaʻikaʻi, malihini.

tournamentin sports. hoʻokūkū, hoʻokūkū moho. see championship, scrimmage. volleyball tournament. hoʻokūkū pōpaʻipaʻi.

tousledpuehuehu, pūkalakī (as hair); māewaewa, huhulu (as feathers). see ex., pāuma.

towkolo, , hekau, kauō. to tow or drag a canoe, kō waʻa. to tow a ship, kolomoku.

towkauō. tow truck. kalaka kauō.

tow truckkalaka kauō

tow truckkalaka kauō

towardsi, , .

towelkāwele. dish towel, kāwele pā, pale ʻumeke. bath towel, kāwele ʻauʻau. paper towel, kāwele pepa. to wipe dishes with a towel, kāwele pā.

towelkāwele kahakai

towelkāwele kahakai

towel rackkaola. kāwele. see paper towel dispenser.

towerʻaleʻo, pūʻoʻa, halekuʻi, hale pākuʻi, hūlili, hale kaua, hale pūkaua, kowela. see oracle tower. watchtower, hale kiaʻi.

Tower of BabelHalekuʻi o Papela.

Tower of LondonKowela o Lākana, Towera o Ladana.

toweringʻaleʻo, oeoe, halehale.

towheadpoʻo kea.

towlinekaula kauō, kaula kolo, hekau.

townkūlanakauhale, kūnanahale, kaona.

townkūlanakauhale. see city. downtown. kaona.

toxicʻawahia.

toymea pāʻani, milimili; kōʻieʻie (water).

toy blockspalaka pipili

toy blockspalaka pipili

toy boxalso toy chest. pahu mea pāʻani, waihona mea pāʻani.

toy storehale kūʻai mea pāʻani

toy storehale kūʻai mea pāʻani

tr

tra    tre    tri    tro    tru    try    

ta    te    tf    th    ti    to    tr    ts    tu    tv    tw    ty       -top-  

tracemeheu, weʻaweʻa, ʻāweʻaweʻa, nāwele. to trace, hoʻokolo, hoʻomeheu.

tracea small amount, ʻāweʻaweʻa. trace element. kumumea ʻāweʻaweʻa. to trace, as a picture, etc. hoʻomahaka.

tracheakaniʻāʻī.

tracheaalso windpipe, in anatomy. paipu hanu. see epiglottis, esophagus, larynx.

track₁mark, course. meheu, kapuaʻi, mōʻali, moʻoʻali, maʻawe, hoʻomaʻawe; moʻo, moʻowā (narrow); alahao (railroad). track of a god, kaha akua. to track, hoʻokolo, hoʻomeheu, kolokolo. to make a track, hoʻomeheu.

track₂athletics. nā heihei a me nā hoʻokūkū like ʻole e ikaika ai ke kino ma ke kahua pāʻani.

track and fieldhaʻuki helene. track and field events. haʻuki helene. course for running events in track and field. lina poepoe holo wāwae.

tract₁pamphlet. palapala, kelaka.

tract₂land. ʻāpana ʻāina.

tractorkaʻa kauō.

tractorkaʻa huki palau, kaʻa palau.

trade₁barter. kālepa. also: kuʻakuʻai, kūʻai aku kūʻai mai, hoʻokuʻakuʻai, piele, maʻauʻauwā, kuapo, mālaulau. trade ship, moku kālepa.

trade₂occupation. ʻoihana, ʻoihana hana lima. one without a trade, kahua ʻole.

tradeto trade, in math. kuapo.

trade schoolkula aʻo ʻoihana.

trademarkkunikia.

traderkālepa, piele. trading company, hui kālepa.

tradewindsee wind.

tradingkālepa₁

tradingkālepa₁

traditionmoʻolelo, moʻoʻōlelo, moʻo, ʻōlelo mai nā kūpuna mai, nā hana a ka wā kahiko.

traditionalmai nā kūpuna mai, kuʻuna.

traditionalkuʻuna. traditional knowledge. ʻike kuʻuna. see entry below. traditional literature. moʻokalaleo kuʻuna. traditional tale, i.e. a folktale, especially one relating to a particular culture. kaʻao, moʻokaʻao. see Hawaiian entries under kaʻao.

traditional knowledge-based learningaʻo kahua ʻike kuʻuna. see Hawaiian entries beginning with aʻo kahua.

TrafalgarKalapalaka, Tarafalaga.

traffic₁of pedestrians, vehicles. neʻe ʻana i ke alahele. heavy traffic, nui nā kaʻa (motor). traffic policeman, mākaʻi kū huina.

traffic₂see trade.

trafficespecially the movement oftraffic. kaheaholo. highway traffic. kaheaholo kaʻa. air traffic. kaheaholo mokulele. traffic light. kukui hoʻokū. traffic sign. hōʻailona. see stop sign, yield sign.

tragedymea kaumaha loa; keaka hopena kaumaha (theatrical). In poetry, heavy rain may represent tears and tragedy.

tragickaumaha loa, hōʻehaʻeha naʻau, ʻawaʻawa, ʻawaʻawahia.

trailala, ala hele. also: moʻo hele, meheu, kumeheu, kuamoʻo, maka ala, makala, mokala, kaolo; steep trail, hūlili, ala ʻūlili; trail or follow behind, hoʻokolo, hahai, hoʻomoho (transitive); kōwelo, kōwelokā, kāwelokā (as a dress train). trailing plant, lāʻau kolo, pōʻaha.

trailhead or foot of trail. nuku. hiking trail. ala hekehi. see hike.

trailerkaʻa kauō. house trailer, kaʻa hale.

trailerkaleila. flatbed trailer. pākihuila.

train₁teach. aʻo, hoʻomaʻamaʻa. to train as a kahuna, hoʻokahuna, aʻo i ka ʻoihana kahuna. to train to grow straight, as an infant's crooked limb, or as a plant, ʻōmilomilo, pākolea, hoʻoulu pono. trained, ʻailolo, lae ʻula; hialoa (rare).

train₂see railroad.

train₃of a dress. huʻa, huelo.

trainelevated train, as the Japan monorail. kaʻaahi kau lewa.

trainto train (someone), as for sports. kaʻi. sports trainer. kaʻi haʻuki.

traineehaumana aʻo ʻoihana.

trainingsee teacher training.

traitwelo, ēwe, māna. true to the family traits, kū nō i ke ēwe. see ex., māna.

traithereditary trait. welo. see gene.

traitorkumakaia, mākaia, paokeʻe. see treachery.

tra-la-laʻeā, ʻeā ʻeā, , eā eā, ʻuheʻuhene.

tramp₁see vagabond.

tramp₂see trample, walk.

tramplehehi, hahi, keʻehia, hehikū, naku. Rain trampling on the breadfruit leaves (FS 285), ka ua hehi lau ʻulu.

trampolinekeʻelelena.

tranceakakū.

tranquillaʻi.

tranquilizerlāʻau hoʻomālielie.

tranquillitymālie, laʻi, nanea, walea, maluhia. also: ōpūhea, kōnale, pālūlā, kuapapa, māaniani, kīpū, hālālaʻi. tranquillity of eventide, kīpū ahiahi. see phrases, calm, peace, taro.

transactlawelawe, hana, hoʻokō.

transcendental numberin math. helu kohu pai.

transcriptMoʻomōʻali

transcriptionpalapala leo. to transcribe. palapala.

transecta sample area, as of vegetation, usually in the form of a long strip. laina kālailai.

transferhoʻolilo, hoʻīli, hoʻoili, ; ʻolokaʻa (as a debt). bus or streetcar transfer, pepa hoʻololi kaʻa, palapala hoʻolilo.

transferas funds in a bank account. hoʻoili.

transfigurationhoʻopāhaʻohaʻo ʻia ʻana, kākūʻai.

transformloli, .

transformsliding in plate techtonics, in geology. kākele. see convergent, divergent. transform boundary. palena kākele.

transformationloli ʻana, kūākino.

transgresslawehala, mauʻaʻe, hape, kolohe, āneho.

transientkūikawā, mea kipa mai no ka manawa.

transitkūikawā, māʻalo. transit goods, waiwai māʻalo.

transition areaan area where natural topography changes from one land feature to another. ʻāina loliloli.

transitivesee verb.

transitive verbhamani

transitive verbhamani

translateunuhi, unuhi ʻōlelo, mahele, mahele ʻōlelo.

translationunuhina. literal translation, unuhi kūlike loa, unuhi pili. free translation, unuhi laulā loa.

translation imagein math. kinona like kau.

translation symmetryin math. ʻālikelike kau.

translatormea unuhi, unuhi ʻōlelo, mahele ʻōlelo.

transmithoʻouna, hoʻīli, hoʻoili, halihali.

transmithoʻōlapa

transmitterhuna hoʻōlapa

transparencyas for an overhead projector. māliko.

transparentaniani, akaaka; māliko (as fish of some species); kakaʻe (rare).

transparentaʻiaʻi. see opaque.

transparenthoʻoaniani

transparenthoʻoaniani

transparent tapeScotch tape. leki ʻea.

transpirationhanu, piʻikū.

transpirationalso to transpire. piʻikū. see evapotranspiration.

transpiresee happen.

transplantkanu ma kahi ʻē, uai i kahi kanu.

transplanthoʻoili. to transplant a heart. hoʻoili puʻuwai. transplanted. ili. transplanted heart. puʻuwai ili.

transporthalihali, lawe. transport ship, mokuahi lawe ʻōhua; mokuahi lawe koa (troops); mokuahi lawe ukana (merchandise). transported with emotion, lalawe i ke kino.

transportmilitary transport aircraft. mokulele hali koa.

transportationhalihali ʻana, lawe ʻana.

transportationmode of transportation. alakau.

transshiplawe mai kahi moku ā kahi moku; māʻalo.

transshipmentlawe i ka waiwai mai kahi moku ā kahi moku.

transubstantiationhoʻokūākino.

TransvaalKanawaala.

transversala line that intersects two given lines, in math. kaha ʻokiʻoki.

transverse wavea wave in which matter vibrates at right angles to the direction in which the wave moves. hawewe ʻaleʻale. see compressional wave.

trapʻūmiʻi, ʻumiki, ʻūpiki, pahele, ʻōpiki. kinds of fish traps include: hīnaʻi, hānai, kia, imu, ʻie, ʻie kala, mākālei, naomakalua, , hāhā, pai, kula. see sayings, ʻauwaha₁. mousetrap, ʻumiʻi ʻiole. owl trap, pēkeu. place where a trap is set, heau.

trapin basketball; to make such a play. ʻūpiki. deadfall, a kind of animal trap. hāʻuleāpaʻa.

trapezekoali lelepinao. to use a trapeze. lelepinao.

trapezoidhuinahā lua like.

trapezoidhuinahā paʻa pilipā.

trashʻōpala, laʻolaʻo. trash heap, puʻu ʻōpala, hoʻoleina. wind-blown trash, wilikōī (rare).

trashto empty trash, as in a computer program. kīloi.

travailhoʻokōhi, haʻakōhi, kōhi, kuakoko (of childbirth).

travelkaʻahele, kaʻapuni, huakaʻi hele, huakaʻi, māhoa; hoe (fig.); travel around, kaʻapuni, holopuni; travel with brief stopovers, noho hele; travel by sea, ʻau, aukai, ʻaumoana; travel in the mountains, hele mauna; travel together, of two, hele lua. fond of travel, puni hele.

travelto travel, in basketball; also traveling. holoholo.

travelerkama hele. see saying, sail. fellow traveler, hoa hele. commercial traveler, traveling salesman, ʻākena kālepa kaʻahele. traveling company, poʻe kaʻahele, kaʻiālana.

traveler's checkpila kīkoʻo huakaʻi.

traypā halihali. mixing tray, papa wili, papa wili ʻai. wooden tray, pā lāʻau. ash tray, pā lehu.

tray halihali (preceded by ke). see entry below. balancing tray for scales. ana. chalk tray. paepae poho.

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

treacheryʻāpiki, ʻūpiki, mākaia, kumakaia, kipi, ʻōpeʻa, hoʻōpeʻa, pahele. to plot treachery, kālai ʻino.

treadhehi, hehihehi, hahi, hahihahi, keʻehi, maʻawe, naku, meheu, kapuaʻi; tread upon, aʻe; tread along, peki. to tread water, ʻau kū, kūʻauʻau.

treadas on a tire. nihoniho. see bald.

treadinghehina.

treadlepapa hehi. treadle-board hula, hula papa hehi.

treasonsee treachery.

treasuremea makamae. to treasure, pūlama.

treasure chestpahu waihona waiwai.

treasurerpuʻukū, ikūone, kuene. acting or deputy treasurer, hope puʻukū.

treasurywaihona, waihona kālā, waihona waiwai, waihona moni.

treat₁attend to. lapaʻau (as the sick); hana; wehewehe (explain); treat as a parent, hoʻomakua. Treat your young brother kindly, hana maikaʻi ʻoe i kou pōkiʻi.

treat₂pleasure. mea hoʻohauʻoli, mea e hoihoi ai. My treat, naʻu e uku (for me to pay).

treatto treat chemically, as sewage. kāemikala. treated sewage. ke kaekene i kāemikala ʻia.

treatypalapala ʻaelike, kuʻikahi.

treblepākolu.

treble clefin music. hōʻailona mele leo wahine, leo wahine. see bass clef.

treelāʻau, kumulāʻau. main stalk of a tree, trunk, kumu. tree or plant consisting of several stalks or roots, as banana, pandanus, kava, , opū. top part of tree, ēulu. tip of tree, ēlau. fallen tree, kumu hina, mauwā. gather in trees, as birds, hoʻolāʻau. the tree of life, ka lāʻau o ke ola.

tree diagramin math. kiʻikuhi pahiki.

tree fernsee fern.

tree frogpoloka kau lāʻau. orange tree frog. poloka kau lāʻau ʻālani.

treehousehale kau lāʻau.

treetoptop of a tree or plant. ēulu.

tremblehaʻalulu, kapalili. also: naka, ulupiʻi. (as with cold or fear); naue, kuekueni, ʻapi, ʻōpaʻipaʻi.

tremendousnui lua ʻole, nui hewahewa, ʻaʻole o kana mai ka nui, ʻaʻole o kaʻe mai ka nui.

tremorʻōlaʻi, ʻiʻi, manunu, āhua. see earthquake.

tremoras of an earthquake; to tremor. manunu.

tremulousnapa. see quiver.

trenchʻauwaha, ʻāwaʻa, waʻa, waʻawaʻa. to dig a trench, ʻeli, hōʻauwaha, ʻāwaʻa, hoʻowaʻa, hoʻowaʻalia, uwaʻa.

trenchgeologic trench. ʻauwaha. Aleutian trench. ka ʻauwaha ʻo ʻAleuta.

trendʻano, au.

trend i ke au, mea i ke au.

trepangloli (for various kinds, see loli and entries that follow it). see sea cucumber.

trespasskomo hewa, komo wale, ʻaeʻa haukaʻe, kahakū, ʻaʻe, ʻaʻe kū, hehikū. see sin. Forgive us our trespasses us we forgive those who trespass against us (Mat. 6.12) , e kala mai hoʻi iā mākou i kā mākoū lawehala ʻana. hala ʻana, me mākou e kala nei i ka poʻe i lawehala i kā mākou.

trespasserʻaeʻa haukaʻe, ʻaʻe kapu.

trespassingsee trespass. No trespassing, kapu.

trestlehaka ʻūlili, hūlili, alahaka, kaulanahaka.

trialhoʻokolokolo (court); hoʻāʻo (attempt); pōpilikia (hardship). Poetic references to rain and storms may signify trial and tribulation. see Hilo (Eng.-Haw.).

triala test as in a probability experiment, in math. hoʻāʻoamaka. see test.

trial and erroralso to do something by trial and error. hoʻāʻoaʻo.

trianglehuinakolu. right-angle triangle, huinakolu kūpono. obtuse triangle, huinakolu peleleu. irregular triangle, huinakolu ʻaoʻao like ʻole. isosceles triangle, huinakolu ʻelua ʻaoʻao like. acute triangle, huinakolu ʻoi. equilateral triangle, huinakolu like. triangle design on niʻihau mats, nānānuʻu. triangular sail, heke.

trianglehuinakolu. acute triangle. huinakolu ʻoi. congruent triangle. huinakolu komolike. equilateral triangle. huinakolu like. isosceles triangle. huinakolu ʻelua ʻaoʻao like. obtuse triangle. huinakolu peleleu. scalenetriangle. huinakolu ʻaoʻao like ʻole. base of a triangle. ʻaoʻao kau.

triathalonʻālapakonakolu. see decathalon, pentathalon.

tribeno Hawaiian term in the anthropological sense; see ʻalaea, clan, family.

tribepeople in a district who have intermarried, specifically referring to Hawaiʻi. ʻalaea. see clan. of people outside of Hawaiʻi. nāki.

tribulationpōpilikia, ʻehaʻeha. see trial.

tributaryʻaumana. river tributary. ʻaumana muliwai. stream tributary. ʻaumana kahawai.

tributehoʻokupu, uku, ʻauhau, ʻauwaeʻāina. tribute to a high chief, kuapōlaʻo. to assemble such tribute, hoʻokuapōlaʻo. Tribute from uplands, waiwai maloko. We pay tribute to Ceasar (Luka 20.22) , hoʻokupu mākou iā Kaisara.

tricepsthe muscle of the back of the upper arm. mākala kumukolu.

trickhana maʻalea; hana ʻāpiki (bad); hana kolohe, hana ʻepa. rare: ʻōpeʻa, ʻoehaʻa, limu. card trick, hana maʻalea me ka puʻu pepa. see saying, hoʻokoʻikoʻi.

trickas a dog's trick. nalea. magic trick or illusion, sleight of hand. pāhaʻohuna. prank; to play a trick, usually with malicious intent. kēpuka.

trick or treatkiliki o lapu.

tricklekahe, kulu; paihī (rare).

tricuspidvalve of the heart. pepeiao pākolu. see valve.

tricyclekaʻa hehi wāwae.

tricyclekalaikikala.

Tridacnaʻolepe nui.

tridentʻō maka kolu ( preceded by ke).

triflemea ʻole, mea ʻano ʻole, mea iki, mea liʻiliʻi, iki. also: ʻōpihipihi, pālauʻeka, māʻilu, ʻōmilu. see gourd. a trifle larger, nui iki. trifling affair, hana kalakalai. to trifle, kolohe wale, pāʻani wale, hoʻomea.

trigger, kīleo, kiko.

triggerfishhumuhumu (for various kinds, see humuhumu and entries that follow it). also: mukumukuwahanui, ʻuwīʻuwī, ʻuwīʻuwī lua.

trigonometryana huinakolu.

trillkapalili, kūolokū, kūpaloloi, kīʻililī, haʻalulu. trilling voice, leo hoʻānuʻunuʻu (Hawaiian style).

trillionkiliona, keliliona.

trillionsee pico-, tera-.

trim₁cut. ʻoki, ʻokiʻoki, paʻipaʻi. also: paʻi koli, muʻo koli, ʻako, kipikipi, āmū; mōlina (as the edge of a dress).

trim₂decorate. hoʻonani, hoʻokāhiko.

trim₃neat. ʻauliʻi, mikioi, popohe, pālanaiki, miomio.

trimmings₁decorations. nā mea hoʻonani, nā mea kīnohinohi; ʻuiki (pipings).

trimmings₂cuttings. nā mea i ʻokiʻoki ʻia. thatched-house trimmings, loha.

trinitykahikolu, kolukahi, kaukolu. Holy Trinity, Akua Kahikolu, Kolukahi Hemolele. see Kū-kauakahi.

trinketmea liʻiliʻi hoʻokīnohinohi (ornamental); mea liʻiliʻi milimili (toy).

triopūkolu. music trio, hīmeni kū pākolu, leokū pākolu.

trip₁voyage. huakaʻi.

trip₂stumble. ʻōkupe, hoʻōkupe, hoʻohilikau i nā wāwae. Don't trip him, mai hoʻōkupe iāia.

tripeʻōpū, ʻōpū ʻāpikapika, ʻōpū huluhulu, ʻōpū ʻopiʻopi, ʻōpū maka ʻupena. beef tripe, ʻōpū pipi. pig tripe, ʻōpū puaʻa.

tripe stewʻōpūku

tripe stewʻōpūku

triplekaukolu.

triple-extra largeXXXL, as shirt size. nui keu pākolu. see large.

tripletpūkolu.

triple-threat positionin basketball; also to execute such a position. kūliukolu.

tripletshānau pākolu.

triploidawe ōʻewe koʻokolu

tripod koʻokolu.

tripperpīkoi, ʻīkoi.

tritepākūwā.

tritiumhaikomahakolu

Tritona moon of Neptune. Kalaikona.

triumphlanakila, ʻōʻili pulelo. see firebrand, torch.

triviahunahuna ʻike.

trivialʻano ʻole, mea ʻole. see trifle.

Trochus shellpūpū-o-hāʻupu.

troll (as for bonito, ʻahi and kala). trolling line, aho kālewa, aho kakele.

trolleykaʻa uila (electric).

trollopwahine moekolohe wale.

trombone puhi uai.

troopspūʻali koa.

troopshipmoku halihali koa, moku lawe koa.

trophyhōʻailona lanakila.

trophykiahai. see plaque.

tropic birdkoaʻe, ʻula, koaʻe ʻula, koaʻe kea. see sayings, kahakō, pāuma, cliff.

Tropic of CancerPōʻai-ʻolu ʻĀkau.

Tropic of CapricornPōʻai-ʻolu Hema.

tropicalalso tropic. kopikala. see temperate. tropical storm. ʻino kopikala. the tropics. kāʻei kopikala.

tropismnēnē

tropospherelewalanihaʻa.

trotholo kūkū, holopeki, hulei, huleilua. trotting, huhuhulei.

troublepilikia, pōpilikia. also: hihia, kauhihi, hoʻoluhi, puʻu, laʻa, laʻahia, noʻonoʻo ʻihaʻiha, ʻōupē, olohiʻa. to cause trouble, hoʻopilikia, hoʻohihia, hoʻopōpilikia, ʻimi hana, hoʻouluāoʻa, hoʻononi. see difficulties and sayings, hekau₂, Koʻolau₁, laʻa₂, mano₁, paehumu, palahuli, poʻo₁, puluea, bird, wall. in trouble, kū i ka pilikia, ʻāpikipiki, ʻōʻili, noni, makaua; kūpilikiʻi (in dire trouble). Poetic references to rain or storms may signify trouble.

troubledkaumaha, luʻuluʻu, pilikia, ʻāpikipiki, noni, makaua, noʻonoʻo ʻihaʻiha (see ʻihaʻiha).

troublemakermea hoʻopilikia, mea hoʻoulu pilikia, ʻimi ʻepa, ʻeleao.

troughholowaʻa, holoaʻa, . water trough, kula wai, hā wai; pā wai (rare). food trough, kneading trough, papa wili ʻai.

troughof a wave. honua, honua o ka nalu, honua o ka ʻale. see crest, wave.

troupehui. hula troupe, pā hula.

trouserslole wāwae. see shorts. long trousers, lole wāwae loloa. short trousers, lole wāwae pōkole. linen trousers, wāwae olonā. triangular piece inserted at base of bell-bottom trousers, piʻi.

troutiʻa punakea.

trowelʻōʻō pālahalaha, kila paʻi puna, hamo puna, hāpale.

trowelas used for digging. hāpale. garden trowel. kopalā lima.

trucehoʻopau kaua, hoʻomalolo kaua. truce-breakers, pale pelika.

truckkalaka, kaʻa kalaka, kaʻa ukana.

truck farmwahi hoʻoulu mea ʻai no ka mākeke, mahina ʻai.

trudgekoʻele, koʻele wāwae, kūoʻe; trudge along, peki.

trueʻoiaʻiʻo. also: ʻiʻo, ʻoia, kūʻiʻo, maoli. come true, as a prophesy, kōʻiʻo.

trulymaoli, ʻiʻo, ʻoiaʻiʻo. Yours truly, me ka ʻoiaʻiʻo.

trumphuli (in cards). to trump, kāmau, hahau. no trumps, ʻaʻohe huli. Spades are trumps, he peki ka huli.

trumpet, pū hoʻokani, pū kani, ʻolē. conch-shell trumpet, pū puhi. trumpet of animal horn, pepeiaohao. trumpet leading an army, pū kaʻi.

trumpet pihi. see bugle, cornet.

trumpet fishnūnū, nuhu.

trumpet vinehuapala.

trundle bedmoekaʻa.

trunkpahu, pahu lole (clothes); kumu (tree); ihu (elephant); paukū kino (body).

trunkfishpahu, moa, moamoa.

trusthilinaʻi, kālele, paulele, lelepau.

trust territorynā ʻāina noho kahu ʻia.

trusteekahu waiwai, mālama waiwai, luna mālama waiwai, luna hoʻoponopono waiwai.

trustworthypaulele ʻia.

truthʻoiaʻiʻo, ʻoia. partial truth, ʻohaohala (rare).

tryhoʻāʻo (sample); hoʻoikaika, hōʻikaika, kūlia (make effort); try out, hoʻopā; try in court, hoʻokolokolo.

ts

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T-shapedʻāmana.

T-shirtpalaʻili, paleʻili. see tank-top. any pullover-style shirt. palaʻili.

tsunamisee Kahinaliʻi, tidal wave.

tu

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Tuamotu IslandsPae Moku Tuamotu

tubkapu.

tubakupa₈

tubakupa₈

tubeʻohe. suction tube, omo, ʻili omo wai.

tubekiupe. see cap, cathode-ray tube, collection, tube, lava tube, toothpaste. swimming tube. lina hoʻolana. toothpaste tube. poho pauka niho.

tuberhua; ʻālaʻa (as of taro, rare); bitter yam aerial tuber, ʻalaʻala. to form a tuber, hua, hōʻiʻo.

tuberhuaaʻa.

tuberculosismaʻi-ʻai-ake, akepau, hōkiʻi, leiowī, waiʻōpua. cf. thin. tuberculosis adenitis, ʻalaʻala.

tuberosekupaloke.

tubifexkoʻe ʻula.

tuckʻalu (as in a dress); huʻa (as in a dress or mat). to take a tuck, tuck in, ʻōmau, pelu. tuck creaser, hoʻailona ʻalu. to tuck under, as a hen with chicks, pāpio. The dog tucked in his tail, pelu ka huelo o ka ʻīlio.

TuesdayPōʻalua; Kukeke, Tusede (rare).

TuesdayPoʻalua. abb. P2.

tuffa rock composed of finer kinds of detritus, usually more or less stratified and in various states of consolidation, in geology. hakuhune. tuff cone. puʻu hakuhune.

tuff conepuʻu lehu.

tuftpūpū. tuft of dried ti leaves on octopus lure, pupua. tufted, moa.

tughiuhiu, koni, , huki.

tugboatmoku kolo, kolomoku.

tug-of-warhukihuki, pāʻumeʻume.

tuitionuku. school tuition, uku kula.

tulipkulipa.

tulippuahōlani

tumblehāʻule (from a height); hina (topple); tumble down, collapse, hiolo.

tumblerkīʻaha.

tumorʻiʻo ulu, puʻupuʻu koko, kuaʻeho, ʻeho. venereal tumor, ʻanakoʻi.

tumulthaunaele, pōnaʻanaʻa, kīpalalē, uluāoʻa, ʻeleʻelepī, wawā. to cause tumult, hoʻūluāoʻa, hoʻouluāoʻa, hoʻohaunaele, hōʻaleʻale.

tunaʻahi, hiʻuwīwī, kahauli, aku, kawakawa; pālaha (small variety).

tunatuna. can of tuna. kini tuna.

tundranakilinaka.

tuneleo, leo mele. to tune, hoʻokani pono, hoʻoponopono.

tunealso melody. leo, ʻea. to tune, as a stringed instrument; to tune up, as an engine. .

tuning forkhao hoʻokani, ʻō hoʻokani ( preceded by ke).

Tunisiaalso Tunisian. Tunisia.

tunnelana puka, alapao, konela, konela puka.

tunnelkōnelo. see subway.

turbankāʻei poʻo, pāpale hainikā.

turbidlepolepo, lepo huaʻi. to render turbid, haluku.

turbo buttonas in Nintendo games. pihi pīnaʻi (preceded by ke). see warp zone.

turbo shellʻālīlea, pūpū makua.

turbulenthāloʻaloʻa, ʻāloʻaloʻa, ʻeleʻelepī, wiliau; kūpikiʻō (as wind or storm).

turgormīkā koʻiʻi

TurinKulino, Turino.

TurkKuleke, Tureke.

Turkey₁the country. kuleke, tureke.

turkey₂fowl. pelehū, palahū, pōkeokeo.

Turkeyalso Turk, Turkish. Kuleke, Tureke.

TurkmenistanTukemenikana.

turmericʻōlena, lena; īheʻekai (used ceremonially).

turn₁move. huli; (as a rope for jumping); turn around, twist, revolve, wili, kaʻa, kaʻawili, kūlapa, molo, hole, wilimoʻo, palawili, ʻōlepe, ʻōmilo, laumilo, ue, oi, kaʻamola, kaʻa wale, kīoe; turn aside, ʻaui, hili, hoʻolala, hoʻokihi, kihi, kāpae, kakaʻa, hoʻohala, kipa, kīkaha, kepa, kīkepa, kaha, kaha loa, kahakū, peʻa, pelu, peʻu, pelukua, pipika, palai, pāweo, īkā, pinanaʻiea; turn over, kāhuli pū, ʻowala; kūwalawala (repeatedly); palahuli, kakaʻa, pūlepe; turn inside out, lole; turn towards, maliu, kālelei; turn this way and that, hou hewa; turn and rush, hulimoku; turn into, lilo, kū ā. also: hāliu, huhuli, huhuhuli, hoʻohuli, loli, hoʻokeʻe, pāuma. turn the back, huli kua; ʻōkoleoioi (as in anger). turn back, huli hope. turn in two ways or twice, huli lua. turn and loss in sleep, moe ʻino, moekāhua. right, turn, ma ka ʻākau, wili.

turn₂time. manawa. in turn, take turns, kaʻahele, i kekahi ā i kekahi aku. This is your turn, kou manawa kēia, iāʻoe ia wahi. to read in turn, heluhelu kaʻahele.

turnor curve, as in a road or on a trail. uakeʻe. banked turn. uakeʻe hiō. to turn, as a figure in math. wili. turn center. kikowaena wili. turn image. kinona like wili. half-turn image. kinona like wili hapalua.

turn offto turn off, as a light, radio, TV, etc. hoʻopio. to turn off the water. hoʻopaʻa i ke wai. see faucet.

turn onto turn on, as a light, radio, TV, etc. hoʻā. to turn on the water. wehe i ke wai.

turncoatlolelua, mākaia, kumakaia; lepelua (rare).

turninghulina, kaʻa, lauwili, mola, molamola. motions of turning hinges, kūʻamiʻami, ʻōlepelepe. turning point, huliau, kahana.

turnipʻuala pilau, ananū.

turnkeywilikī.

turnoverin basketball. lilo.

turnsto take turns. māhele manawa.

turnstilepuka poniniu, puka uai.

turnstoneʻakekeke, keke.

turpentinekapenekine, tapenetine, ʻaila hoʻomaloʻo pena.

turquoisethe mineral. hakukuleke.

turtlehonu, ʻea. see sayings, honu and turtledove. dark greenish meat in a turtle, lūʻau, ʻiʻo lūʻau. turtle shell, una, ʻea. turtle coloring, hilihili honu. turtle markings on back, nanaka. turtle back, makauliʻi. Turtle, turtle, come up to breathe, ē honu, ē honu, ē pūhā (turtle hula).

turtlebox turtle. honu pahu. green sea turtle. honu lūʻau, honu.

turtle shell ʻukuleleʻukulele ʻea honu.

turtledovekuhukukū. see dove. the voice of the turtle, (archaic for turtledove), ka leo o ke kuhukukū.

TuscaloosaKukakaluka, Tusakalusa.

TuscanyKukekani, Tusekani.

tuskniho, kuʻi. pig tusk, niho puaʻa.

tuskboar's tusk. niho kepa.

tutorkumu aʻo, kumu. to tutor, aʻo.

tv

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TVkīwī, kelewī. see television. TV screen. papakaumaka kīwī. TV monitor. pahu papakaumaka kīwī. TV series. pūkaʻina polokalamu kīwī.

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twelveʻumi kūmālua, ʻumi kumamālua; ʻekolu kāuna.

twelve-packas of drinks. pūʻolo. see six-pack, case, pack. twelve-pack of soda. pūʻolo koloaka. twelve-pack of beer. pūʻolo pia.

twentiethiwakālua.

twenty-eightiwakālua kūmāwalu, iwakālua kumamāwalu.

twenty-fiveiwakālua kūmālima, iwakālua kumamālima. twenty-five cents, hapahā.

twenty-fouriwakālua kūmāhā, iwakālua kumamāhā.

twenty-nineiwakālua kūmāiwa, iwakālua kumamāiwa.

twenty-oneiwakālua kūmākahi, iwakālua kumamākahi.

twenty-seveniwakālua kūmāhiku, iwakālua kumamāhiku.

twenty-sixiwakālua kūmāono, iwakālua kumamāono.

twenty-threeiwakālua kūmākolu, iwakālua kumamākolu.

twenty-twoiwakālua kūmālua, iwakālua kumamālua.

twicepālua, lua, ʻelua, ʻalua, ʻelua manawa, kualua. see ex., pālua. to do twice, hoʻolua. twice as much, pāpālua.

twiglālā ʻuʻuku. twigs, laʻalāʻau.

twigsmall stick. ʻaulaʻo ( preceded by ke).

twilightmōlehu, mōlehulehu, pōlehulehu, pūlehulehu, liʻulā, maliʻo. rare. mālehulehu, mālaʻolaʻo; ʻehu ahiahi (fig.).

twillʻoʻeno, hoʻohewahewa, kuila.

twill plaitingmaka pūalu, ʻoʻeno.

twinmāhoe, māhana, kūlua. twin peaks, māhana puʻu.

twinin math. kūlua. see double number, prime number. twin primes. helu kumu kūlua.

twinekuaina, kaula kuaina. to twine, ʻoai, ʻowai, koali, hihi, hoʻohihi.

twinkleʻimo, ʻamo, ʻamoʻamo, ʻuiki, pipī; nakili (rare). twinkling star, hōkū ʻimoʻimo.

twirlkoali.

twirlto twirl, as a baton. wili.

twistwili, kaʻawili, lauwili; milo (as thread, rope), kupe, ʻōkupe (as ankle); hilo (braid). also: wilinau, palawili, ʻōwili; nūkeʻe, ʻūkeʻe (as the mouth); kaʻa, kaʻā; ʻōmilo, lōmilo, laumilo, hoʻomimilo, milo, mimilo, milomilo; wilimoʻo, hoʻowilimoʻo, napanapa (as an eel); kekeʻe, hoʻokekeʻe (out of shape); hoʻōai, ʻuwī, hoʻopepeʻe, pepeʻe, ue, kūlapa, mola, molamola, kūpaka, lino, molo, hole, lepeʻa, ʻōhuʻi, ʻōpeʻa, kāʻekā, huki, hualala, lolelole.

twistʻuī₂

twistʻuī₂

twist tieas used with plastic bags. uea nākiʻi.

twitchkapalili; hula, hulahula (rare); ʻiwi (as cite eye); huki (as the mouth); ʻāʻili.

twitterʻioʻio.

twolua, ʻelua, ʻalua. two by two, double, twofold, twice, two at a time, by twos, pālua. two of a kind, kaulua. in two portions, hapalua. two-sided or two-faced, alolua, maka lua, kiʻilua. twofold, as a plaited mat, maka lua. two-ply, mālua, kaʻā lua, two-edged, ʻoi lua, naomakalua. two-minded, naʻau lua, kaulua. two-thirty o'clock, hapalua hola ʻelua. two-masted schooner, kia lua. two-by-four lumber, papa lua hā. to count by twos, helu pālua. to divide in two parts, hoʻopālua.

two manalso shooting guard, in basketball. kūlua.

two thirdsʻelua hapakolu.

two-by-fourlua . two-by-four board or lumber. papa lua .

two-dimensionalin math. papa. two-dimensional figure. kinona papa. see three-dimensional.

two-party systemof government. aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua.

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type₁kind. ʻano.

type₂print. hua, hua hoʻonoho. printer's type, huakēpau. to set type, hoʻonoho hua, ʻōniu huakēpau, hoʻolele huakēpau, kūkulu kēpau, ulele kēpau. to type, kikokiko.

typeblood type. hulu koko. see entry below.

typeto type, as on a typewriter. kikokiko, paʻi hakahaka. type style or attribute, as italic or bold. kaila hua. type face or font. kinona hua. see font, style. to set type, as for video captions. ulele hua. see character operator.

TypeeKaipī, Taipi.

typesetterulele kēpau. see type.

typewritermīkini kikokiko hua. to typewrite, kikokiko hua, kikokiko.

typewritermīkini kikokiko

typewritermīkini kikokiko

typhoidpiwa hoʻonāwaliwali.

typhoonkaipuni.

typhusmaʻi kuni.

typistkikokiko hua.

typographical errorpaʻi hewa.

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