updated: 12/18/2016

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iʻAʻole au i hele mai ma ke ʻano ikaika, i hele mai au ma ka mākaʻikaʻi.I didn't come in an aggressive way, I came to sightsee.ma
 ʻAʻole au i hele mai ma ke ʻano ikaika, i hele mai au ma ka mākaʻikaʻi.I didn't come in an aggressive way, I came to sightsee.ma
 E noho ana ma Ulukou i Waikīkī.Living at Ulukou place in Waikīkī.ma
 Ma o wai ʻoukou i pili ai?Through whom are you related?ma
 Ua maʻakū aku lāua i ka manu.They slung a stone at the bird with the sling.maʻakū
 Ka i maʻalili ai ka huhū.When wrath had been appeased.maʻalili
 Noke i ka ʻaka ā mae ka iwi ʻaoʻao.Kept on laughing until their ribs ached.mae
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ʻīʻĪ mai nei ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole make kaha ka ʻōpū o ka puaʻa.The chief said, better not cut open the pig's stomach.make₂
 Mehe ala e ʻī mai ana, aia ka ua i ka nahele.As though saying, there's the rain in the forest.mehe
 Ke ʻī aʻe wau, ʻoi ka ʻoi o ka pālama, mālama ʻia kino.I do say, the best of the sacred enclosures is to care for your body.pālama₁
 kapu ka , ka ʻī, i ka pua o ka leoforbidden to groan, to speak by sound of voicepua₂
 ʻĪ aʻela ʻoia,He said to someone nearby.aʻe₄
 ʻĪ aʻela ʻo ia,He said to someone nearby.aʻela
 ʻĪ maila ke Akua, Aia hoʻi.And God said, Behold.aia hoʻi
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iaNo ia mea, e maʻalea ʻoukou e like me nahesa, e noho mālie hoʻi e like me manu nūnū.Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves.maʻalea
 Ua holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 ʻO ke kanaka palupalu e maka ʻino aku ia i kona hoahānau.The man that is tender … his eye shall be evil toward his brother.maka ʻino
 No ka waiho wale ʻana ia mea ma kona malu.For the retention of this thing for his protection.malu₁
 Ia manawa, ia manawa, ia manawa .At this time, then, contemporary.manawa₁
 Ia manawa, ia manawa, ia manawa .At this time, then, contemporary.manawa₁
 Ka ʻiwa he manu nui ia, he ʻeleʻele kona hulu, he maʻoha kahi hulu.The ʻiwa is a big bird, its feathers are black, some are gray.maʻoha
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iʻaiʻa maemaefish partially dried, much relished when cookedmaemae
 E ʻai ā pau maikaʻi ka iʻa.Eat until the fish is completely finished.maikaʻi
 Ola ka makapehu iʻa ʻole.The suffering from lack of fish is over.makapehu
 Ua mamau ka ʻai a ka iʻa.The fish are really biting.mamau
 manō iʻaordinary sharkmanō
 iʻa hoʻomelufish, such as hīnālea, slightly decomposed, then salted and seasoned with kukui-nut relish, chili peppers, etcmelu₁
 Ka iʻa mili i ka lima.The fish [ʻoʻopu] fondled in the hand [easily caught].mili₁
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ʻiaHoʻomaha ʻia mai au i kuʻu hāʻawe.I am relieved of my burden.maha₆
 Ka mea i mahalo ʻia.Mr. Pākī, the esteemed Mr. Pākī.mahalo₂
 Poʻe kumu , i hoʻomahuʻi ʻia ai e kēlā poʻe.Teachers imitated by that people.māhuʻi
 Mai hoʻokuʻi ʻia au e ke kaʻa.I was almost hit by a car.mai₃
 Mai ʻike ʻole ʻia .[He] was hardly seen at all (said sarcastically of a show-off).mai₃
 ʻO Hawaiʻi kēia i mākaha ʻia ai he palu lāʻī.The people of [the island of] Hawaiʻi are spoken of derisively as lickers of ti leaves [so called because they were said to have done this at a feast in the time of Ka-mehameha where not enough food was provided].mākaha₄
 nani e makahehi ʻia aibeautiful and alluringmakahehi
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IaHoʻonani kākou Ia.Let us adore Him.nani₁
 Hoʻonani kākou Ia.Let us adore Him.hoʻonani
IʻaKa Iʻa ui o ka lani.The turning Milky Way of the heavens.Iʻa₄
 Ua huli ka Iʻa.The Milky Way has turned [changed position; it is past midnight].Iʻa₄
 ʻOihana Iʻa me ka Holoholona Lōhiu o ʻAmelikaUS Fish and Wildlife Serviceholoholona
 ʻOihana Iʻa me ka Holoholona Lōhiu o ʻAmelikaUS Fish and Wildlife Servicelōhiu
 ʻOihana Iʻa me ka Holoholona Lōhiu o ʻAmelikaUS Fish and Wildlife Serviceiʻa
ʻIa Aupuni Hui ʻIaUnited Nations, League of Nationsaupuni
Mai Maui.From Maui.mai₂
 He maʻū ia ʻike ʻana Hawaiʻi.This seeing of Hawaiʻi is better than nothing at all [at least it's something].maʻū₃
 Eia ka ʻawa, a nāu ponoʻī e maukoli aku i akua Kūkāʻilimoku.Here is kava, for you indeed to offer to your god, Kūkāʻilimoku.maukoli₄
 Ā ua hoʻomaʻule hoʻi mākou no mākou mau hewa.And has consumed us because of our iniquities.maʻule
 a waiho ihola lākou ma luna o moe hilinaʻi a me wahi moeand laid them on beds and matsmoe hilinaʻi
  moemoe aʻe lāua.Then the two slept together.moemoe₂
 Hoʻonani kākou Ia.Let us adore Him.nani₁
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ʻīāHe aha kou helu manawa ma ka holo kikī haneli ʻīā?What was your time on the hundred-yard dash?helu manawa
 holo ʻekolu haneli ʻīāthree hundred-yard runholo
 ʻīā paʻaʻilionocubic yardpaʻaʻiliono
 ʻīā paʻaʻilionocublic yardʻīā
ʻiaeʻami ʻākena ʻiaeactor (agent) marker for passive voice (e₂)ʻami₄
 hune ʻiaepassive markerʻiae
 ʻākena ʻiaepassive agentʻākena₂
 hune ʻiaepassive marker, e.g. ʻiahune₃
iāiaMākalakala iāia nei a pau hihia i kauhale.Free him of all defilements at home.mākalakala₁
 E mihi ʻoe iāia.Apologize to him.mihi
 ʻAʻole au i ʻike iāia mamua.I've never seen him before.mua₁
 Lele aku ai e honi iāia, ā hāʻawi i mūkī hoʻomaʻūmaʻū ʻana o ke aloha.Leapt up to kiss her and give moist smacks of love.mūkī
 E ʻimi ana e hopu i kekahi mea no loko mai o kona waha, i niʻaniʻa ai lākou iāiaseeking to catch something from within his mouth with which they might accuse him.niʻaniʻa
 ʻoluʻolu iāia ihosatisfied with himself, complacentʻoluʻolu
 Kahi mea iāia ka ʻōnohi o ka pahu hula.The one who has the central [role] among hula drummers.ʻōnohi₁
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Iāina palapala Iāinamap key
ʻiakoKuaōʻa ʻia ʻiako o ua waʻa nei.The outrigger booms of this canoe were fitted in place.kuaōʻa
IakobaHele akula ʻo Iakoba, a honi aʻela iāia.Jacob came near and kissed him.honi₁
 Helu i huna lepo o Iakoba.Count the dust of Jacob.huna lepo
ialaʻEhā kīkoʻo i koe a iala maikaʻi iāia nei.That one's beauty is four times greater than this one's.kīkoʻo₁
iʻaloa holoholona i iʻaloa ʻiastuffed animals [as at a museum]iʻaloa₁
IanasīKa muliwai ʻo IanasīYangtze RiverIanasi
iaoke anu ʻiniki hōʻeha o kipona wehe ka iaothe tingling painful cold of earliest dawnkipona₁
ʻIaoNae iki ʻIao i ka uhiwai.[Mount] ʻIao is barely breathing in the heavy mist [one in dire distress].uhiwai₁
 Wehe aʻela ka ʻIao.Dawn breaks.ʻIao₂
 Ka pali kāohi kumu aliʻi o ʻIao.The cliff withholding chiefly origins of ʻIao [burial place of chiefs].kāohi₁
iāʻoeUa makaʻē aku au iāʻoe.I am against you.makaʻē
 Mākena hoʻi koʻu hilahila iāʻoe.How you humiliated me; you made me ashamed of you.mākena
 Ē kuʻu Akua, e mālama au iāʻoe ma ka noʻonoʻo.O my God, let me serve you in thought.mālama₁
 Eia koʻu manaʻo iāʻoe.This is my thought for you.manaʻo
 Ua maopopo iāʻoe?Do you understand?maopopo
 ʻAʻole au e nalo iāʻoe.You will not fail to recognize me.nalo₁
 He ʻōlino aloha kēia iāʻoe ē.This is a bright ray of love for you.ʻōlino₁
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Iāpana hana hoʻopulapula ma Iāpanarehabilitation acts in Japanpulapula₁
 Ke kai ʻo IāpanaSea of JapanIāpana
  hana hoʻopulapula ma Iāpanarehabilitation acts in Japanhoʻopulapula₂
iaʻuUa haka mai lākou iaʻu me ka makahahi.They stared at me with wonder.makahahi
 Ua makawelawela wale mai ʻoia iaʻu.He hated me for nothing.makawelawela
 ʻO kou ahonui ka i hoʻomakua mai nei iaʻu.Your gentleness has made me great.makua
 Manuā wale mai ana iaʻu aloha.Your love keeps wounding me.manuā₁
 Manuʻawa hoʻi ʻoe iaʻu.You despise me.manuʻawa
 Ua maopopo iaʻu kou manaʻo.I understand your idea.maopopo
 Māpunapuna mai ana aloha iaʻu nei.Your love stirs and excites within me.māpunapuna
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IawaKe kai ʻo IawaJava SeaIawa
Iawelikekulekele Iawelike kahaacademic status policyʻawelike kaha
IāwisaIāwisa ʻAilanaJarvis IslandIāwisa
iʻehe iʻe makaliʻiliʻia tapa beater with closely spaced groovesmakaliʻiliʻi
 kuni kuekue a ka iʻe kukuthumping of the tapa malletkuekue
ʻieka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o ʻiʻiwiplaited helmet made with ʻiʻiwi feathershaku₂
 Pua ka ʻie.The ʻie vine blossoms. [royalty is born].ʻie₁
 kāmaʻa ʻiebraided shoesʻie₃
 mahiole ʻieplaited feather helmetʻie₃
 he noho ʻiea wicker chairʻie₄
 ka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o ʻiʻiwiplaited helmet made of ʻiʻiwi feathersʻiʻiwi₁
 E kalapu aʻe ā paʻa ka ʻie.Strap the basket securely.kalapu₃
IēhovaE lawe aku ʻo Iēhova ʻElia i ka lani ma ka puahiohio.Jehovah was to take Elijah up to heaven by a whirlwind.puahiohio₁
 Hoʻohekili maila ʻo Iēhova.Jehovah thunders.hekili₁
 E halelū aku ʻoukou Iēhova, ē ʻāina apau, e hiʻilani uku iāia.Oh sing psalms of praise to Jehovah, those of all nations, praise him.hiʻilani
 Hoʻohekili maila ʻo Iēhova.Jehovah thunders.hoʻohekili
IēhowaHe mōhai i kaumaha ʻia ma ke ahi Iēhowa, ka maka ʻupena e uhi ana ka naʻau, a me ka nikiniki apau ma ka naʻauan offering made by fire to Jehovah, the fat that covers the intestines, and all the membrane with the intestines.nikiniki₂
 ʻOhi mai nohoʻi ʻo Iēhowa iaʻu.The Lord has taken me up.ʻohi₁
 Iēhowa mākou pākū.The Lord our defense.pākū
 ka ʻeʻehia Iēhowafear of Jehovahʻeʻehia
 Loaʻa Hezekia ia mau palapala ā haʻaliʻi akula i mua o Iēhowa.Hezekiah received the letters … and spread [them] before Jehovah.haʻaliʻi
 E hākālia anei kekahi mea Iēhowa?Does Jehovah have to wait for anything?hākālia
 ʻO Iēhowa ka Haku.The Lord Jehovah.haku₁
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IereseKa mokupuni ʻo IereseJersey IslandIerese
IesuHoʻomana o Iesu Kristo o Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope NeiChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintsmana₁
 ʻO Iesu kākou puʻukalahala.Jesus is our redeemer.puʻukalahala
 Hoʻomana o Iesu Kristo o Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope NeiChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintshoʻomana₂
IesūIesū, e pailaka iaʻuJesus, pilot me.pailaka
ʻieweE kolo ana ka ēwe i ka ʻiewe.Descendants of the same ancestors crawl together [seek out one another].ʻiewe₃
ʻihaʻihaʻIhaʻiha ke kaula.The rope is taut.ʻihaʻiha
 noʻonoʻo ʻihaʻihamental anxiety, trouble, discomfortʻihaʻiha
iheKa ʻalo ʻana o ke olowalu ihe.Dodging the onslaught of spears.olowalu₁
 ʻO ka lua o ka ihe ua palahiʻa wale akula .The second spear glided along.palahiʻa
 Paʻa loa i loko o ka ʻupe o ka ihe.Firmly stuck within the spear point.ʻupe₂
 E hamo iho ana ʻo Kawelo i ka ihe.Kawelo thrust his spear through.hamo₂
 Hole Waimea i ka ihe a ka makani.Waimea strips the spear of the wind [the wind refers to warriors, and the song describes their making of spears].hole₁
 Ka hou ʻana o ka ihe.The hurling of the spear.hou₃
 Hou mai ua ihe āu, a kaʻi aʻe i ka pola o ka malo.Thrust your spear, directing towards the flap of the loincloth.kaʻi₁
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ʻihiʻihi laʻi, ʻihiʻihi ē.Silent night, holy.laʻi
  laʻi, ʻihiʻihi ē.Silent night, holy night.pō laʻi
ʻihīʻihīʻA ʻike i ke kumulau, ʻihīʻihī launa ʻole.Seeing the mare, such a neighing.ʻihīʻihī
ihoKa iho makawalu a ka ua.The great downpour of rain.makawalu₁
  wailele e iho makawalu mai ana.Waterfalls pouring down in quantity.makawalu₁
 He ua mālānai wale iho kēia.This is just a light rain.mālānai₁
 He noho wale iho aliʻi, he ʻoluʻolu, he mamamala, ʻaʻole hana nui.The chiefs live in an agreeable way, little work, not much work.mamamala
 kēia mua ihothe near futuremua₁
 muli ihoyoungermuli
 E noho iki iho a kuʻu ka nae.Stay a bit until the puffing for breath is over. [i.e., rest a bit]nae₁
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ʻīhoeMe ʻīhoe aliʻi o ke aliʻi mōʻī mau waʻa.With the chiefly paddlers of the ruler's canoes.ʻīhoe
iholaĀ ua lilo ihola ʻoia i mea hoʻomakaleho mau ʻia e kaikamahine maka onaona o Kauaʻi.This became something much wanted by the fragrant-eyed girls of Kauaʻi.maka onaona
 mau ihola ihua lingering kiss [lit., noses caught]mau₂
 a waiho ihola lākou ma luna o moe hilinaʻi a me wahi moeand laid them on beds and matsmoe hilinaʻi
 Nalu wale ihola ʻo Keawenuiaʻumi i ka hope o kēia keikiKeawenuiaʻumi pondered about the fate of this childnalu₂
 Ia noho ihola lākou me ka nūnē aku a nūnē mai.Then they sat and asked wondering questions of each other.nūnē
 ʻO ka ʻai ʻana ihola ia o lākou, ā hele aku nei.They had just eaten, and then went.ʻo … ia
 No ke kōkua ʻole ʻia mai, hana ʻokoʻa ihola wau.Because of not being helped, I worked independently.ʻokoʻa₁
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ihonaHe lau ka puʻu, he mano ka ihona.Many hills, numerous descents [of troubles].mano₁
 Kani ke ʻō, he ihona pali.A whoop going down hill [an easy task].ʻō₅
 Unonoke ihona i ke ʻāʻumeʻume.Persist in the struggle.unonoke
 He ihona, he piʻina, he kaolo.Going down, going up, a path [life has its ups and downs].kaolo
ihumamau ihunoses stuck together [said jokingly of long kisses]mamau
 manō ihu waʻashark traditionally said to rest its head on the outrigger of a canoe, beloved by fishermen and fed; lit., bow sharkmanō
 mau ihola ihua lingering kiss [lit., noses caught]mau₂
 Maʻū aʻela ka ihu.The nose is damp [as in a kiss].maʻū₁
 ihu meneflat-nosedmene₁
 Ua mene ka ihu o ka waʻa.The prow of the canoe is blunted.mene₁
 Ihu meumeuflat nosemeumeu₁
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IhuanuʻŌʻili maila ʻo ʻAiohikupua a ma ke alo o Ihuanu ihola, a ua ʻūpoʻipoʻi limaʻAiohikupua appeared before Ihuanu and stood there and slapped his cupped hands against his body [to resound defiantly].ʻūpoʻipoʻi
iʻiHuhulu iʻi ka hulu o ka manu i ka ua kakahiaka.Tousled were the feathers of the bird in the morning rain.huhulu iʻi
ʻiʻikioea ʻai pua ʻiʻi o Hiliathe kioea bird that eats the tiny spawn of Hilia [of big persons gobbling up little ones]ʻiʻi₁
 pua ʻiʻitiny fry of fishʻiʻi₁
 Nānā aku au iāʻoe, noho pono ka ʻiʻi loko.I looked at you, desire settles deep within.ʻiʻi₃
 Ua ʻiʻi kānaka i ka hunahuna mea ʻai.The people collected the scraps of food.ʻiʻi₄
 ʻamaʻu ʻiʻia fernʻiʻi₅
 pala ʻiʻia taroʻiʻi₅
ʻiʻīNo ka nui o ka iʻa, ʻiʻī lawaiʻa i ka huki ʻana i ka ʻupena.Because of the great number of fish, the fishermen groaned as they pulled on the net.hōʻiʻī₂
 E ʻiʻī ana, ēhē, āhā, e mamau ana, ēhē, āhā.Fitted tightly, tra-la, remaining firm, tra-la.ʻiʻī₁
 No ka nui o ka iʻa, ʻiʻī lawaiʻa i ka huki ʻana i ka ʻupena.Because of the great number of fish, the fishermen groaned as they pulled on the net.ʻiʻī₁
ʻīʻīua ʻīʻī, ua punahelu o lokosour, moldy withinpunahelu
ʻiʻiʻipuaʻa ʻiʻiʻitiny pigʻiʻiʻi₁
ʻiʻimikanaka ʻiʻimi ʻikeone constantly seeking knowledgeʻiʻimi
ʻiʻiniʻAnoʻai aia paha i laila ka hale noho a ka ʻiʻini.Perhaps there the dwelling house of desire.ʻanoʻai₃
 ʻAʻole mea nāna i kaiele i lāua manaʻo ʻiʻini.There was nothing to disturb their desire for each other.kaiele
ʻiʻiwika mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o ʻiʻiwiplaited helmet made with ʻiʻiwi feathershaku₂
 ka mahiole ʻie i haku ʻia i ka hulu o ʻiʻiwiplaited helmet made of ʻiʻiwi feathersʻiʻiwi₁
 He leo paha no ka ʻiʻiwi e kuwā nei.Perhaps voices of ʻiʻiwi birds making a din.kuwā₁
 Ua liliuwelo ka ʻiʻiwi i ka ulu ʻōhiʻa.The ʻiʻiwi is biologically adapted to the ʻōhiʻa forest.liliuwelo
ikaHe ʻōlelo ā ika pono.A word completely just.hū ā kū
īkāĪkā ihola lākou i lalo i kahi wiliau, ili ihola ka moku.And falling into a place where two seas met [currents mixed] they ran the ship aground.īkā₁
 Paʻa ʻia iho i ka hoe uli i ʻole e īkā i ke koʻa.Grasp the steering paddle lest [we] strike the coral head.īkā₁
ʻIkaʻakaHīkiʻi ihola ia i kāna keiki ʻIkaʻaka.He bound his son Isaac.hīkiʻi
ikaikaʻAʻole au i hele mai ma ke ʻano ikaika, i hele mai au ma ka mākaʻikaʻi.I didn't come in an aggressive way, I came to sightsee.ma
 Ka manomano o kona ikaika.The greatness of his strength.manomano
 hoʻoneʻe ikaikato push on vigorouslyneʻe₁
 He ikaika hiliau ka lani o ka neʻikū.The royal chief is strong in devious ways, swift in movement.neʻikū
 ʻAʻohe ikaika kēia lima, he lima ʻōhaʻi.This arm isn't strong, it's imperfectly healed.ʻōhaʻi
 He ikaika ʻole a ke au i ke pale.A day when the head current was not strong.pale₁
 He peke ia me ka ʻumiʻumi uliuli i hoʻō ʻia i loko o kona ʻili kuapo kula, a lilelile kona mau maka ma lalo o kona pūloʻu ʻōmaomao ikaika.It was a dwarf with a blue beard tucked into a golden belt, very bright eyes under his dark green hood.pūloʻu₁
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ʻĪkālianulu ʻĪkāliapastanulu₂
ikamuikamu mea hounews itemikamu
ʻikamuKūhōʻailona ke X no ka nui o ʻikamu i hōʻike ʻia.X stands for the number of objects given.kūhōʻailona
 E koho i kekahi o ʻikamu i hōʻike ʻia.Choose one of the given objects.ʻikamu
 ma ka ʻikamuà la carte, as on a menuʻikamu
ikeI ʻike ʻoe Kaʻū a puni, a ike ʻole ʻoe Palahemo, ʻaʻole ʻoe i ʻike Kaʻū.If you have seen all Kaʻū, but have not seen Palahemo, you haven't seen Kaʻū.Palahemo
ʻikeHoʻomāhua ke aniani hoʻonui ʻike i ka pūpū.The microscope magnifies the shell.māhua
 ʻike mahuʻito catch a glimpse, have an inkling or hunchmahuʻi
 Mai ʻike ʻole ʻia .[He] was hardly seen at all (said sarcastically of a show-off).mai₃
 ʻike makato see for oneselfmaka₁
 He ʻike mālani kona i ka hula.He has a superficial knowledge of the hula.mālani
 E manahalo a ʻike i ka ʻau.To paddle until knowing how to swim.manahalo
 He maʻū ia ʻike ʻana Hawaiʻi.This seeing of Hawaiʻi is better than nothing at all [at least it's something].maʻū₃
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ikehuikehu neʻekinetic energyneʻe₁
 ikehu nohopotential energynoho₂
 pālākiō ikehu ōlaʻiRichter scaleikehu
 ikehu hohokineutral chargeikehu uila
 ikehu uila hohokineutral chargeikehu uila
 ikehu uila puhi wāwahiethermoelectric powerikehu uila
 ikehu uila wai kahehydroelectric powerikehu uila
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ikehuʻāikehuʻā pākaukani.kilocalorie. abb. ikpk.ikehuʻā
 ikehuʻā pākaukanikilocaloriepākaukani
ʻIkelaʻelahoʻohana ihola ʻAikupika i mamo o ʻIkelaʻela me ka hoʻokoʻikoʻithe Egyptians made the children of Israel serve with rigorhoʻokoʻikoʻi
 Hoʻohana ihola ʻAikupika i mamo o ʻIkelaʻela me ka hoʻokoʻikoʻi.The Egyptians made the children of Israel serve with rigor.koʻikoʻi
ʻikenamaopopo ka ʻikenaclearly seen or knownmaopopo
 E hoʻomaumau i ka ʻikena.Continue seeing [one another].maumau₁
 He nilu ke ʻikena aku.Admirable to behold.nilu
 malihini ka ʻikena aʻi Konaseeing the Kona districts for the first timeaʻi₂
 e hoʻomaʻamau i ka ʻikenacontinue forever seeing [one another]ʻikena
 nalo ka ʻikena a ka makalost from viewʻikena
 Kūmaka ka ʻikena Hiʻilawe i ka papa lohi a ʻo Maukele.See, indeed, Hiʻilawe and the sparkling flats of Maukele.kūmaka
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ʻikepilipolokalamu hōkeo ʻikepilidatabase programhōkeo ʻikepili
 E holoi i ka ʻikepili e nei.Clear the existing data.holoi
 He noniakahi kekahi mau polokalamu kamepiula ma ka hoʻononiakahi ʻana i hana kikokiko palapala me ka hōkeo ʻikepili, a me kekahi mau ʻano o ka lako polokalamu kekahi.Some computer programs are integrated by integrating word processing functions together with database and other software functions.hoʻononiakahi
 pakuhi huina ʻikepili,cross-tab graphhuina
 pakuhi huina ʻikepilicross-tab graph, in mathhuina ʻikepili
 kāhuapuka ʻikepilito output datakāhuapuka
 Hiki ke kākomo ʻia ka ʻikepili mai kekahi hōkeo ʻikepili a i kekahi.Data can be imported from one database to another.kākomo
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ʻIkeraʻela mamo o ʻIkeraʻela.The children of Israel.mamo₄
ikiMānalo iki kēia wai.This water is drinkable, but perhaps a little brackish.mānalo₁
 manawa ikia momentmanawa₁
 He mea iki.Just a trifle, you're welcome [sometimes said in reply to "thank you"].mea iki
 E noho iki iho a kuʻu ka nae.Stay a bit until the puffing for breath is over. [i.e., rest a bit]nae₁
 Ke nae iki nei .Some breath remains. [as of a dying person]nae₁
 E hoʻonipo ʻia ana e ka hiamoe iki.Made drowsy by a light sleep.nipo₂
 nui ikia trifle largernui₁
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ikiikiI ka ikiiki nopu i ke one.In the hot sun warming the sand.nopu₂
 Ikiiki au i ka hoʻomanawanui ʻana.I am weary with forbearing.ikiiki₁
 ikiiki o ke kauafury and heat of warikiiki₁
ikuaiʻO kahi e holoholo ai, a e ʻai ai, ua kapa ʻia he ikuai.The place to walk and to dine is called ikuai.ikuai
ʻikuwāʻIkuwā manu i ka nahele.The birds make a din in the forest.ʻikuā₁
 ʻO ʻIkuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā ke kai, ʻikuwā ka hekili, ʻikuwā ka manu.ʻIkuwā is the month when dark storms arise, sea roars, thunder roars, birds roar.ʻIkuā₂
 ʻO ʻIkuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā ke kai, ʻikuwā ka hekili, ʻikuwā ka manu.ʻIkuwā is the month when dark storms arise, sea roars, thunder roars, birds roar.ʻIkuā₂
 ʻO ʻIkuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā ke kai, ʻikuwā ka hekili, ʻikuwā ka manu.ʻIkuwā is the month when dark storms arise, sea roars, thunder roars, birds roar.ʻIkuā₂
 ʻO ʻIkuwā i pohā kōʻeleʻele, ʻikuwā ke kai, ʻikuwā ka hekili, ʻikuwā ka manu.ʻIkuwā is the month when dark storms arise, sea roars, thunder roars, birds roar.ʻIkuā₂
 Pohā kōʻeleʻele o ʻIkuwāthe month of ʻIkuwā breaks forth in stormkōʻeleʻele₂
ilaKe hele nei ā kūkaʻi ka ila o Pūpūkea.The birthmark of Pūpūkea appears [believed to indicate strength].ila₁
 Pau ka wao maiʻa a pala ila.All the bananas of the uplands are ripened black.ila₂
 ʻO ka ila o ka heʻe e holo ana ʻiʻo ā i ʻaneʻi o ka heʻe.The changing colors of the octopus move here and there on the octopus.ila₃
ʻilauE ʻilau mai kākou.Let's work together.ʻilau
 ʻilau hoeto paddle togetherʻilau
iliPuʻunaue i ka ʻāina ma puʻu e ili ana.Divide the land by lot for inheritance.puʻu₁₀
 ahu ilia large inheritance or transfer [said of reward, vengeance]ahu
 ili i ke akato cast a shadowaka₁
 Īkā ihola lākou i lalo i kahi wiliau, ili ihola ka moku.And falling into a place where two seas met [currents mixed] they ran the ship aground.īkā₁
 ili ke akato cast a shadowili₁
 ili aku mai ka makua a ke keikipassing in inheritance from father to sonili₂
 E ili ai ka hewa o ke keʻena kapu.Shall bear the iniquity of the sanctuary.ili₃
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ʻilimāihi ʻilito peel off the skin [ fig., to strip a person of all he has.]māihi
 Kanaka ʻili mākuʻe o ka moana Pākīpika.Dark-skinned native of the Pacific Ocean.mākuʻe₁
 ʻEha malakia ka ʻili i ka ʻoliʻoli.The skin is hurt, sore with joy.malakia
 Māuna ka ʻili i ka waʻuwaʻu ʻia.The skin is injured in being scratched.māuna
 ʻO kēlā ke kāne, māuna ka ʻili.With that man, (your) skin will be bruised [you will be beaten].māuna
 meʻeu ka ʻilishudderingmeʻeu
 He memele maikaʻi kona ʻili.His skin was lightcolored and attractive.memele₁
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ʻiliahipele ʻiliahipele tapa scented with sandalwood and associated with Kahana, Kauaʻipele₃
iliauʻO ka iliau loha i ka , pūʻolo hau kakahiaka.The iliau plant drooping by day, the carrier of morning dew.pūʻolo
 ʻO ka iliau loha i ka .The iliau drooping, in the sun.iliau
ilihiaĀ e hoʻoneoneo aku au i ka ʻāina, ā no laila e ilihia ai ʻoukou poʻe ʻenemi.And I will bring the land into desolation; and your enemies shall be astonished.ilihia₂
ʻilihuneʻO ka lima hoʻopalaleha, he mea ia e ʻilihune ai.He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand.palaleha
 ʻO ka nānā uli, ʻo ka nānā ʻana ia i uli o ke kanaka, inā he kanaka waiwai, a inā he kanaka ʻilihune.The study of omens, is a study of the omens regarding a person, whether [he will become] a person of wealth or a poor person.uli₆
 Ua haka malū aku kona mau maka i ka mea ʻilihune.His eyes are privily set against the poor.haka₅
 ʻO ka lima hoʻopalaleha, he mea ia e ʻilihune ai.He becometh poor that dealeth with a slack hand.hoʻopalaleha
ʻiliʻiliʻiliʻili hānaureproducing pebbleshānau₁
 hoʻonoho i ka ʻiliʻilito arrange pebbles on a mat in the shape of a man and his vital organs, to teach anatomyʻiliʻili₁
 hula ʻiliʻilipebble danceʻiliʻili₁
 Ka ʻiliʻili hānau o Kōloa, ka nalu haʻi o Kāwā.The birth pebbles of Kōloa, the breaking waves of Kāwā.ʻiliʻili hānau
 I ʻole e pilikia ke kino i ka ʻiliʻili hakuʻala, pono e inu i ka wai a ʻai i ka meaʻai paiola kūpono.So that the body won’t experience trouble with kidney stones, one should drink water and eat a nutritious and appropriate diet.ʻiliʻili hakuʻala
 ʻIliʻili hānau o Kōloa, ka nalu haʻi o Kāwā.Birth pebbles of Kōloa, breaking waves of Kāwā.Kāwā
 papa ʻiliʻiliarrangement of pebbles in the form of a man used for instruction by a kahuna hāhāpapa₁₅
ʻilikaiMahiki ka i ka ʻilikai.The sun came forth on the horizon.mahiki₅
 Hoʻohie ka manaʻo no ka huila, ka nonome hoʻolaʻi i ka ʻilikaithinking with happy pride of the wheel [of the vessel], rolling quietly along on the surface of the sea.nonome
 ʻŌkūkū ka nuku o ka humuhumu i ka ʻilikai.The noses of the humuhumu rise above the surface of the sea.ʻōkūkū₁
 Eʻea aʻe ke poʻo o ka honu i ka ʻilikai.The head of the turtle appeared again and again on the surface of the sea.eʻea
 Walawala ka pumi mahope, huleilua i ka ʻilikai.The boom teetered at the stern, pitching on the surface of the sea.huleilua
 he kaha ʻilikaia horizontal lineʻilikai₂
 Ma ka ʻilikai aʻo Māmala, mālama iho ke aloha,.On the surface [of the sea] of Māmala, protect the love.Māmala
ʻilikiʻIliki ke kai i ka ʻopeʻope , lilo.Sea strikes the bundles, gone.ʻiliki₁
 Ka ʻiliki a ka ua a hana mao ʻole i ke kai a ka Hinaliʻi.Sudden downpour of rain, constant without cessation in the flood of Hinaliʻi.ʻiliki₁
ʻIlikiniPūliʻuliʻu ā pūlauhala ua mea he ʻIlikini.Innumerable and many were these Indians.pūliʻuliʻu₂
ʻililahipapa ʻililahiplywoodʻililahi
ʻilimaʻUla nōweo ka i ka pua ʻilima.The sun is bright and scarlet on the ʻilima blossom.nōweo
 ʻO ka pua ʻilima i kui ʻia, kaʻu e hoʻopue nei i ka poli.The ʻilima blossoms strung in a lei, that I press to my heart.pue₁
 ʻEnaʻena ulu o Malama i ka ʻilima.Growth at Malama glowing with ʻilima [leis].ʻenaʻena₁
 Ola i ka pua o ka ʻilima.There is healing in the ʻilima blossoms [reference to its medicinal use].ʻilima₁
 Kakaha maka o ka ʻilima.The center of the ʻilima flowers turn.kakaha
 Hanohano Oʻahu i ka ʻilima, kohu manu ʻōʻō kau poʻohiwi.Glorious is Oʻahu with the ʻilima, like a [cape of] ʻōʻō [feathers] on the shoulders.kau poʻohiwi
 Kipona paukū i ka lauaʻe, ka pua o ka ʻilima nono i ka .Add a section of lauaʻe fern [to] the flower of the ʻilima, bright in the sunlight.kipona₄
ilinaHoʻihoʻi ʻia aku kona kino wailua ā hoʻomoe ʻia maloko o ka ilina.His remains were taken and laid away in the cemetery.wailua₁
 ka ilina o aliʻiroyal mausoleumilina₁
  ilinacemeteryilina₁
ʻīliohe ʻīlio meʻeaua mangy dogmeʻeau
 Nolo ka waʻa i ka iʻa; nolo ka ʻīlio i ka ʻuku.The canoe is full of fish; the dog is full of fleas.nolo₁
 ʻO ka lani ka hiapo kama kapu, ka hānau mua i Hawaiʻi, ka ʻīlio nūkea ma ka lanithe chief is a sacred first-born one, the first born in Hawaiʻi, the white-mouthed dog in the heavens [probably clouds indicative of a chief].nūkea₂
 Pelu ka huelo a ka ʻīlio i ka makaʻu.The dog folded in his tail in fear.pelu₁
 He ʻīlio welu moe polia tattered dog sleeping on the bosom [a pampered person]welu₁
 he ʻīlio ʻāʻāa short-legged dogʻāʻā₂
 he mau ʻīlio alu i ka hakakādogs that combine in fightingalu
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ʻilipuakeaʻilipuakeawhite person [a poetical name]puakea₁
ʻiliwaiʻiliwai likecompletely levelʻiliwai₁
iloUa paʻapū koʻu kino i ka ilo a me ka pāpaʻa lepo, a laila pūhā hou aʻela.My body is covered with worms and filthy clots and then breaks out afresh.pūhā₁
 Ua paʻapū koʻu kino i ka ilo.My body is covered with worms.ilo₁
 ilo ʻakaʻakaionion maggotilo
ʻīloliHe loli ka iʻa, ʻīloli ke aloha.Sea cucumber, the sea creature, passionate the love [in hana aloha prayers with loli as an offering, a play on words].ʻīloli₁
ʻimiE ʻimi ana e hopu i kekahi mea no loko mai o kona waha, i niʻaniʻa ai lākou iāiaseeking to catch something from within his mouth with which they might accuse him.niʻaniʻa
 Oki nohoʻi ka hana a ka Hawaiʻi ʻimi loa.Wondrous indeed are the deeds of deep-seeking Hawaiʻi.oki₂
 E ʻimi pono me ka pāʻewaʻewa ʻole.Investigate carefully and impartially.pāʻewaʻewa
 Hoʻopauaho lākou lākou iho i ka ʻimi i ka puka.They wearied themselves to find the door.pauaho
 puaʻa ʻimi aliʻia chief-seeking pig [a priest after proper prayers would release a pig, which would then approach a chief that the priest was to serve]puaʻa₁
 Ua hala ka Puʻulena, aia i Hilo, ua ʻimi akula papa lauahithe Puʻulena wind has gone away, there [it] is at Hilo looking for lava flats [off one's course]. cf. For. 5:581 for nuance of sadness.Puʻulena
 e ʻimi i ke ola mawahoseek help outside [consult a kahuna]waho
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ʻimiaʻImia aku ā loaʻa.Search until found.ʻimia
ʻimihiaUa ʻimihia ka hohonu.The depths have been searched [of search for knowledge].ʻimihia
 Nānā i ka moku, haʻahaʻa kilohana i lalo, ʻimihia lanalanahia, lana.Behold the island, magnificent far below, sought for, hoped for, hope.lanalanahia
ʻiminaHoʻonui ka ʻimina o ka pono.Increase the search for righteousness.ʻimina
ʻimoʻimohōkū ʻimoʻimotwinkling starʻimoʻimo
 Hōkū ʻimoʻimo hōʻinau.Stars twinkling merrily.ʻinau
 hōkū ʻimoʻimo hōʻinaustars twinkling merrilyhōʻinau
imuMai lohi ʻolua o mania ka imu.Don't be slow or the oven will cool.mania₄
 I ka hele ʻana o ka imu ā ʻenaʻena, ua ʻōhelo nohoʻi ka lāʻau ulu imu a nonoho a pae like.When the oven is red-hot, the oven-poking stick is pushed around so that [the stones] are in even levels.pae₁
 I ka hele ʻana o ka imu ā ʻenaʻena, ua ʻōhelo nohoʻi ka lāʻau ulu imu a nonoho a pae like.When the oven is red-hot, the oven-poking stick is pushed around so that [the stones] are in even levels.pae₁
 hoʻā imuto light an oven; one who lights an ovenʻā₁
 Ahuliʻu ka imu.The oven is white-hot.ahuliʻu
 Kuʻu imu kālua loa: make.My oven for baking forever: death.imu kālua loa
 Kālua paʻa ʻia ʻoe e māua i ka imu.The two of us will bake you whole in the oven.kālua paʻa
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imuaImua ē pōkiʻi ā inu i ka wai ʻawaʻawa.Forward, young ones, and drink the bitter water. [exhortation of Kamehameha to his warriors at the battle of ʻĪao; i.e., face danger!].wai ʻawaʻawa
ʻinapoke ʻinathe tongue-like meat found in the ʻina, sea urchin; to remove this meatpoke₁
 Pōniho ʻino ka lae o Pipa, ahuwale ka ʻina uli, ka ʻina ʻeleʻele.Pipa point is bristling with sea urchin [or is greatly exposed], plainly seen is the dark sea urchin, the black sea urchin.pōniho
 Pōniho ʻino ka lae o Pipa, ahuwale ka ʻina uli, ka ʻina ʻeleʻele.Pipa point is bristling with sea urchin [or is greatly exposed], plainly seen is the dark sea urchin, the black sea urchin.pōniho
ināInā maopopo ʻole, kākau .If [you] don't understand, write anyway.nō₃
 Inā au e make nou.If only I had died for you.nō₃
 Inā ʻoe e makemake i ke , ʻaʻohe ʻōlelo ʻana, naʻu e kiʻi.If you want some sugar cane, don't say anything about it; I'll get some.ʻōlelo
 Inā e paʻi ana e koho ana ʻoia.If it's a tie, he will vote.paʻi₂
 Inā he kōkua no ka hale pule, pau ā pau.If it is for help for the church, everyone [helps].pau ā pau
 Pehea nohoʻi inā maʻaneʻi?How would it be if [you looked] here?pehea
 Inā i kanu mau ā mahi mau ke kauwahi ʻāina, ulu pipī wale ia lau kanu.If certain lands have been continually planted and farmed, the plants grow feebly.pipī
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ināheaInāhea ʻoe i hele mai ai?When did you come?ināhea
ʻīnaʻiKuʻu pōloli, ā ola i kou aloha, ʻīnaʻi me ka waimaka.On my day of hunger, your love saves me, seasoned with tears.ʻīnaʻi
inainaE hoʻi, ē Pele, i ke kuahiwi, ua lili, inaina.Return, O Pele, to the mountain; your jealousy, your rage are pacified.nā₁
 Piʻi ʻōlapalapa kona inaina me ka huhū.His wrath flared forth angrily.ʻōlapalapa₁
 Ua hoʻā ʻia kona inaina,His anger was aroused.ʻā₁
 Ua hoʻaʻā ʻia ke ahi e kuʻu inaina, a e ʻenaʻena ʻia.A fire is kindled by my anger and shall burn.ʻenaʻena₁
 hae ka inainaenragedhae₁
 kēia mau mea inaina ʻiathese abominationsinaina₁
 Ua hoʻaʻā ʻia ke ahi e kuʻu inaina, a e ʻenaʻena ʻia.A fire is kindled by my anger and shall burn.inaina₁
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ʻinaʻinaUa hemo ka ʻinaʻina o ke keiki, ua kokoke paha i ka manawa e hānau ai.The prebirth matter has been discharged, perhaps the time of birth is near.ʻinaʻina₁
ʻinaluaHe ʻinalua, he lāʻau hihi, he mea hopu iʻa.An ʻinalua, vines for catching fish.ʻinalua₁
ʻinamonapoho ʻinamonastone mortar for grinding cooked kukui nuts and salt into a relish; to mix the relishpoho₂
ʻīnanaHōʻeu, kukupu, ʻīnana, i luna o ka moku.Bestir, grow, animate, rule the island.ʻeu₁
 Hōʻeu, kukupu, ʻīnana, i luna o ka moku.Bestir, grow, come to life, rule the island.ʻīnana₁
 Ke ʻīnana mehe ʻōpae ʻoehaʻa.Active there like freshwater shrimps [of scattered foes].ʻīnana₁
 Ō hoʻūlu ʻoe, ō ʻīnana ʻoe, hoʻīnana i ke ola.Inspire, animate, give life.ʻīnana₁
 Wahi piopio moa i ka hua e ʻīnana nei i loko ou.Little chicken in the egg coming to life within you.ʻīnana₁
 lau ʻīnana kahimonocotyledonlau ʻīnana
 lau ʻīnana luadicotyledonlau ʻīnana
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ʻinauhoa ʻinausweetheart, mate, spouseʻinau
ʻinehuna ʻineelectronʻine
 ʻūholo uila ʻinecathode, i.e. the negative electrode in an electric circuitʻūholo uila
ʻīneakuʻu hoa pūlua ʻalo ʻīneamy companion who endures hardships with mepūlua
 He hana ʻīnea ka hewa.Sin is a work that brings suffering.ʻīnea
 hoa ʻīneaa companion who shares hardshipsʻīnea
ʻĪniaI ʻĪnia aku nei au i ke kau ʻelepani ihu peleleu.I was in India riding long-trunked elephants.peleleu₁
ʻInidusaKa muliwai ʻo ʻInidusaIndus RiverʻInidusa
ʻīnihaʻEhia ʻīniha ka loa, ka laulā a me ka hohonu o kēnā pahu?How many inches is the length, width and height of that box?hohonu
 ʻEhia ʻīniha ka lōʻihi o kōna kaʻi wāwae?How many inches is the length of his stride?kaʻi wāwae
 Ma ka pālākiō palapala ʻāina, ua like hoʻokahi ʻīniha ma kēia poepoe honua me 300 mile ma ka honua.In map scale, one inch on this globe is equal to 300 miles on the earth.pālākiō palapala ʻāina
ʻiniʻinikiʻAʻole hoʻi i hāpapa ikaika loa mai ʻēheu ʻiniʻiniki a ke kēhau.Did not feel very strongly the pinching wings of dew.hāpapa₂
 Ka ʻiniʻiniki mālie a ke kēhau.Gentle chill [or pang] of misty rain.ʻiniʻiniki₁
ʻīnikamea penu ʻīnikablotterpenu
 Hōkaʻe aʻela kuʻu pepa i ka ʻīnika.My paper is smeared by ink.hōkaʻe
 Hōkaʻe aʻela kuʻu pepa i ka ʻīnika.My paper is smeared by ink.kaʻe₄
 Ua mākaukau ka ʻīnika a me ke kānana.The ink and writing paper are ready.kānana₂
 kohu ʻīnikaink blotkohu₂
ʻinikiʻiniki welawelaa sharp pinchʻiniki
 ke anu ʻiniki hōʻeha o kipona wehe ka iaothe tingling painful cold of earliest dawnkipona₁
 He pōʻino kūlohelohe ʻo ʻIniki i luku i hāle he nui wale ma Kauaʻi, Niʻihau, a me Oʻahu.ʻIniki was a natural disaster that destroyed many homes on Kauaʻi, Niʻihau, and Oʻahu.pōʻino kūlohelohe
ʻīnikinikiMakani houhou ʻili, ʻīnikiniki mālie.Wind that pierces the skin, a gentle pang.ʻīnikiniki
ʻinikuaʻinikua pau ahifire insurancepau ahi
 palapala ʻinikuainsurance policyʻinikua
 helu ʻinikua olakinomedical coverage numberʻinikua
 ʻinikua olakinomedical insuranceʻinikua
 uku ʻinikuainsurance premiumʻinikua
 helu ʻinikua olakinomedical coverage numberolakino
 ʻinikua olakinomedical insuranceolakino
ʻĪnionūhōlaniKa Una Honua ʻĪnionūhōlaniIndo-Australian Plateuna honua
 Ka Una Honua ʻĪnionūhōlaniIndo-Australian PlateʻĪnionūhōlani
ʻinoMahiki ana i mea ʻino.Treating the deep troubles.mahiki₂
 He mea ʻino, hoʻomāilo kino ka ʻopiuma.Opium is bad thing that causes the body to waste away.māilo
 ʻO ke kanaka palupalu e maka ʻino aku ia i kona hoahānau.The man that is tender … his eye shall be evil toward his brother.maka ʻino
 Manini aku a manini mai ʻōlelo ʻino.Evil words poured out, poured back and forth.manini₈
 lua o mea ʻinocesspoolmea ʻino
 ʻAʻohe waʻa hoʻonahoa o ka ʻino.No canoe defies a storm; lit., no canoe defiant of a stormy day. [do not venture in the face of danger]nahoa₁
 Loaʻa akula i ka nahua a ka ʻino.Caught by the pelting of the storm.nahua₁
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inoaKou inoa, e ō mai.Your name chant, answer.ō₁
 Ā pēlā paha i ai ke ō ʻana o kona inoa.Probably thereby assuring the perpetuation of his name.ō₂
 Ola ka inoa.The name lives on, said of a child bearing the name of an ancestor.ola₁
 He paʻakai poepoe liʻiliʻi, he ʻōnohi awa ka inoa.Small round-grained salt is called milkfish eyeball.ʻōnohi₁
 hoʻopaʻa inoato register, enrollpaʻa₁
 Pehea e pela ai kou inoa?How is your name spelled?pela₂
 Me ka hoʻopiʻi aku ma ka inoa o kākou Haku.And call forth the name of our Lord.piʻi₁
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ʻinoʻinoPēlā ka noho ʻinoʻino ʻana o Hākau ʻUmi.Such was the cruel treatment of Hākau to ʻUmi.noho ʻana
 Māhuna ka ʻili, nakaka pūehuehu ʻinoʻino loa ke nānā aku.The skin is flaked, cracked and peeling, unpleasant to look at.pūehuehu
 Pūehuehu ka , komo ʻinoʻino.The sun is routed, storms enter.pūehuehu
 He hana ʻinoʻino, pupuka, ʻalaʻuka.It is wicked, nasty, vile conduct.ʻalaʻuka
 He ʻālualua ʻinoʻino ke alanui.The road is badly pitted.ʻālualua₁
 ea ʻinoʻino, ea pilauevil-smelling, rotten-smellingea₄
 Haumanumanu ka ipu ʻinoʻino.Misshapen is the imperfect gourd [an ugly person; a warning to a mother to mold the body of her baby].haumanumanu
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inuInu mai nei a māʻona, a laila hoʻohakakā.Drinking until drunk, then starting fights.māʻona
 inu naʻaupōto drink foolishly and to excessnaʻaupō
 Nie au, Moala, ʻehia inu ʻawa ?I asked with curiosity, Moala, how many kawa drinkers?nie₁
 pākela inudrink to excess, heavy drinkerpākela
 He kanaka pākela ʻai, pākela inu waina.A man gluttonous, and a winebibber.pākela ʻai
 inu pākikodrink temperatelypākiko
 ʻAi ā lawa, inu ā kena, puehu ʻoe.Eat until satisfied, drink until replete, all gone!puehu₁
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InuwaiUa milikaʻa ʻia e ka Inuwai.Caressed repeatedly by the Water-drinking wind.milikaʻa
 Hao ka Inuwai, maloʻo ka lau lāʻau.The Inuwai blows, the tree leaves wither [of pillage].Inuwai
 Pēpē lomia e ka Inuwai.Crushed and mashed by the water-drinking wind . [as grass, but figuratively of lovers].Inuwai
 Ua milikaʻa ʻia e ka Inuwai.Caressed repeatedly by the Water-drinking wind.Inuwai
 Pēpē lomia e ka Inuwai.Crushed and mashed by the water-drinking wind [as grass, but figuratively of lovers].lomia
iʻo...ua kupu ʻino kanu ola nei ma luna o kou iʻo, kou iwi a me kou koko ponoʻī...this evil which buries life, over your own flesh and blood...kupu ʻino
 Eia meaʻai o ka papa ʻaina: Laiki moʻa kuahiwi, palena, iʻo kao uaua me ke pini, kelehuaʻai, hua meaʻai kini a me ke kope ikaika hoʻoala o Kona.Dinner consisted of mountain-cooked rice, crackers, tough goat meat with beans, fruit jelly, canned dessert and strong "keep-you-awake-at-night" Kona coffee.pini
ʻioʻO ka ʻio lele māpumāpu.The hawk that flies swooping.māpumāpu
 ʻIo o mio lani.Hawk disappearing into the sky.mio₁
 he ʻio poʻi moachicken-catching hawk [a thief]poʻi₄
 Kaha ka ʻio i ka mālie.The ʻio hawk poises in the calm [admiration of a handsome person].ʻio₁
 He luapoʻi ka ʻiole na ka ʻio.Mice are a prey of the hawk.luapoʻi
 He poʻiiʻa ka ʻio i ka ʻiole.A hawk is a predator of mice.poʻiiʻa
ʻiʻoʻAno nōlinolino ka ʻiʻo kanaka i ke ahi.Human flesh is somewhat shiny in the fire [light].nōlinolino
 E uhaele kākou i kahakai Ō, e uhaele ʻiʻo aku kākou.Let's go to the beach. Yes, let's do go.ō₁
 He ʻono ʻiʻo .How delicious.ʻono
 E paila aku i ka ʻiʻo pipi.Boil the beef.paila₂
 ʻiʻo pākālean meatpākā₁
 A loaʻa i ke kanaka ka pehu ʻana, ma ka ʻili o kona ʻiʻo, ā ʻo ka pehu pala paha.When a man shall have in the skin of his flesh a rising, or a scab.pehu₁
 Pēlā ʻiʻo .That's right, that's certainly it.pēlā₁
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Ā hiki i lalo Milu.Going down to Milu.
iʻoaiʻoa henualocative noun (also henua)iʻoa
 iʻoa maʻulianimate proper nouniʻoa
 iʻoa pakuinanimate proper nouniʻoa
 iʻoa panipronoun (also papani)iʻoa
IoaneNa Ioane aku i ʻekalekia.John said to the churches.aku₂
 Hana paʻa ʻoia Ioane i loko o ka hale paʻahao.He shut up John in prison.hana paʻa₁
ʻiodisidepotasiuma ʻiodisidepotassium iodidepotasiuma
 potasiuma ʻiodisidepotassium iodideʻiodiside
iōēIōē maila ʻo Kawelo.Kawelo answered.iōē
iōʻenamaka iōʻenafurious eyesiōʻena
ʻioʻioʻAʻohe mea i hāmama ka waha ā ʻioʻio.None opened the mouth or peeped.ʻioʻio₁
 manu ʻioʻioswallowʻioʻio₁
 pene ʻioʻiobrooder (lit.: cheeping pen)ʻioʻio₁
ʻIolaniHe wahi maʻi ēhē, ēhā, no ʻIolani, ēhē, ēhā.A genital chant, oh, oh, for ʻIolani, oh, oh.ēhā
iʻoleUa kapa aku Hawaiʻi nei i ke akua ma inoa lehulehu, iʻole ai paha e nalowale ke akua ʻiʻo.Those of Hawaiʻi called god with many names, in order not to forget by chance the true god.iʻole
 ʻo kēlā a iʻole ʻo kēiathis or that, alternatingkēlā…kēia
ʻioleUa napoʻo ka ʻiole i loko o ka lua.The rat has gone down the hole.napoʻo
 Kiʻi mai nei au i kekahi mau kīkoʻo pana ʻiole a kāua.I have come to fetch some rat-shooting arrows and a bow for us.pana ʻiole
 ʻUwīʻuwī ka niho o ke kanaka no ka ʻiole, ka niho o ka ʻiole no ke kanaka, e ʻoi ka niho o [name of the child].Grind the tooth of the person for the rat, the tooth of the rat for the person, so the tooth of [name] will be sharp.ʻuwīʻuwī₃
 ʻUwīʻuwī ka niho o ke kanaka no ka ʻiole, ka niho o ka ʻiole no ke kanaka, e ʻoi ka niho o [name of the child].Grind the tooth of the person for the rat, the tooth of the rat for the person, so the tooth of [name] will be sharp.ʻuwīʻuwī₃
 ʻiole kaupokuroof ratkaupoku₁
 ʻiole lāpakirabbitlāpaki
 Lawe ʻia mai nei ka manakuke i Hawaiʻi nei no ke kāohi i ka ʻiole, akā, he ala ao ka manakuke a he ala ka ʻiole, no laila, ʻaʻohe i ka makemake.The mongoose was brought to Hawaiʻi to control the rat population, but the mongoose is diurnal and the rat is nocturnal, so the objective was not achieved.ala ao
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ʻionaiho ʻiona likiumaion-lithium batteryiho₅
 iho ʻiona likiumaion-lithium batterylikiuma
IonatanaKa moku kuaʻau ʻo IonatanaJohnston Atoll.moku kuaʻau
 Ka moku kuaʻau ʻo IonatanaJohnston AtollIonatana
iʻōpuʻuUa hiki ʻoe ke lilo i lau hiwa, iʻōpuʻu kīkea, a i kumu kukui.You can change into a black leaf, a white tī-plant bud, or a kukui tree. (kino lau of Kamapuaʻa)kīkea
IoredāneUa kaha palamimo ʻo Ioredāne ma waena o kūpale ʻehā.Jordan slyly cut right through the four defenders.kaha
IosemiteKa Pāka Aupuni ʻo IosemiteYosemite National ParkIosemite
 Pāka Aupuni ʻo IosemiteYosemite National Parkpāka aupuni
IosepaUa pau ʻo Iosepa i ka ʻīlio hihiu, ʻoiaʻiʻo , ua haehae ʻia ʻo Iosepa.Joseph is devoured by a wild beast; Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces.haehae₁
 Ua pau ʻo Iosepa i ka ʻīlio hihiu, ʻoiaʻiʻo , ua haehae ʻia ʻo Iosepa.Joseph is devoured by a wild beast; Joseph is without doubt rent in pieces.haehae₁
 ʻO wai ke kanaka kūpono e pani ma ka mākālua o Hon. Iosepa K. Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu?Who is the right person to fill the void left by Hon. Joseph K. Nāwahiokalaniʻōpuʻu?mākālua₂
IowianaHōkūhele IowianaJovian planetIowiana
 hōkūhele IowianaJovian planethōkūhele
ʻipekaKa ʻipeka ʻoluʻolupleasant doe (RSV), roe (KJV)ʻipeka
ʻīpikimanu ʻīpikiibis, a flightless bird in prehistoric Hawaiʻiʻīpiki
ipoMehe ipo ka maka lena a ke Koʻolau.Like a sweetheart is the yellow flower center of the Koʻolau.maka lena₂
 Ke hoʻonakulu nei i kuʻu manawa; no kuʻu ipo paha kēia wela.Causing my heart to pitter-patter; perhaps this warmth is from my lover.manawa₃
 hoʻomoe ā ipoto cause to take as a sweetheart or lovermoe₂
 Huakaʻi moe ipo.A match-making mission, a mission for the purpose of arranging for a lover.moe ipo
 Aloha maila naʻe hoʻi ko ipo.But your sweetheart did indeed send greetings.naʻe₂
 Ke hoʻonakulu nei i kuʻu manawa; no kuʻu ipo paha kēia wela.Causing my heart to pitter-patter; perhaps this warmth is from my lover.nakulu
 Pehea ke kiʻina a ka ipo? Penei iho, penei aʻe, penei .How to get a sweetheart? Thus, thus, so thus.penei
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ipuipu hao māpalagranite potmāpala₁
 mea paʻa ipu haoa pot holderpaʻa₁
 paʻi iputo beat a gourd drumpaʻi₁
 Lawea mai i kau ipu a kākou.Bring our dishes, cooking utensils.pā ipu₁
 Hoʻopohāpohā ia i ka hohonu, mehe ipu hao .He makes the deep to boil like a pot.pohāpohā₁
 ipu pokioval dishpoki₅
 ipu ʻalapaka ponialabaster box of ointmentponi₁
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ʻīpukaE komo ʻoukou i loko a kona ʻīpuka me ka mililani.Enter into his gates with thanksgiving.mililani
 A hoʻi mai, ma kēlā ʻīpuka ā kēia ʻīpuka o kahi hoʻomoana.And go out from gate to gate throughout the camp.hoʻomoana₁
 A hoʻi mai, ma kēlā ʻīpuka ā kēia ʻīpuka o kahi hoʻomoana.And go out from gate to gate throughout the camp.hoʻomoana₁
 A hoʻi mai, ma kēlā ʻīpuka ā kēia ʻīpuka o kahi hoʻomoana.And go out from gate to gate throughout the camp.ʻīpuka
 A hoʻi mai, ma kēlā ʻīpuka ā kēia ʻīpuka o kahi hoʻomoana.And go out from gate to gate throughout the camp.ʻīpuka
  i ka ʻīpuka o kou hale.Stand at the door of your house [attend to your own affairs, not other people's].ʻīpuka
 E laka ʻoe i ka ʻīpuka a paʻa.Lock the door.laka
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ipukukuihale ipukukuilighthouseipukukui
 ipukukui manamana he gula maikaʻia branched candlestick of pure goldipukukui
ipuleomea kīkoʻo ipuleoboom operator, as for movie or video productionipuleo
 mea kīkoʻo ipuleoboom operatorkīkoʻo ipuleo
ʻIrakaManaʻo ʻia he lele hoʻonanā ka holo ʻana o pūʻali koa o ʻIraka ma waho o ka palena i hoʻopaʻa ʻia e ka hui kuʻikahi.The crossing over of Iraqi troops outside the borders set by the alliance was considered an act of aggression (not an attack).lele hoʻonanā
ʻIrauadiKa muliwai ʻo ʻIrauadiIrrawaddy RiverʻIrauadi
ʻIseraʻelaKa ʻūʻū ʻana o mamo o ʻIseraʻela.The groaning of the children of Israel.ʻūʻū₁
 E hana ke anaina kanaka o ʻIseraʻela a pau ia mea.The whole community of Israel must celebrate it.hana₁
 E hehu aʻe ʻoia i ka ʻIseraʻela mai loko aʻe o kēlā ʻāina maikaʻi.And he shall root up Israel out of this good land.hehu₁
 Hoʻokuʻi i ka huina o lākou me mamo a ʻIseraʻela.Add up a census of them among the descendants of Israel.huina₁
 E mālama hoʻi ʻoukou ʻoukou iho i mea i laʻa, o laʻa ʻoukou i ʻoukou lawe ʻana i mea laʻa, a hoʻolilo ʻoukou i ka ʻIseraʻela i mea laʻa, a hoʻopilikia hoʻi lākou.Protect yourselves from accursed things, lest ye make yourselves accursed, when ye take of the accursed thing, and make of the Israelites a cursed thing, and indeed cause them trouble.laʻa₂
ʻiuPipipiʻi i ka ʻakoʻako liʻi nui i ka ʻakoʻako, i ka ʻiu lani.The great chiefs ascend to the crest of the waves, to the crest, to the heavenly height.ʻakoʻako₃
 Noho ihola ke kahuna nui i ka ʻiu.The high priest occupied the high consecrated spot [while others marched in the makahiki circuit].ʻiu₁
 Ka manu hoʻolaukanaka, o ia uka ʻiu ano.The bird that dispels loneliness in that far, quiet upland.laukanaka
 Ka manu hoʻolaukanaka, o ia uka ʻiu ano.The bird that dispels loneliness in that far, quiet upland.hoʻolaukanaka
Inā ʻo maʻaneʻi.If you were here.
iubileKa iubile.Trumpet of the jubilee.iupilē
IubilēUa hoʻomākaukau ʻia kēia mau mea a pau no ka Iubilē o ka Mōʻī Wahine.All these things were prepared for the Jubilee Day of the Queen.iubilē
IudaioHoʻokumu ʻia hoʻomana Mohameka, Iudaio, a me ke Kalikiano ma luna o ke kumu aʻo o ka hoʻomana akua kahi.The Muslim, Jewish, and Christian religions are based upon the principle of monotheism.hoʻomana akua kahi
ʻiuʻiuʻIuʻiu wale.So long away, so far.ʻiuʻiu
IukonaKe kelikoli ʻo IukonaYukon TerritoryIukona
IūlalaKa muliwai ʻo IūlalaUral RiverIūlala
IuneUa lawe au i ka uku hoʻomau i loko o Iune.I drew my pension in June.uku hoʻomau
IuniaUa hele hoʻi ʻo Iunia ā kinoʻole.How frail and thin Eunice has become.kinoʻole
iwahapa iwaone ninthiwa
ʻiwaKa ʻiwa he manu nui ia, he ʻeleʻele kona hulu, he maʻoha kahi hulu.The ʻiwa is a big bird, its feathers are black, some are gray.maʻoha
 Ka ʻiwa hoʻohaehae nāulu.An ʻiwa, frigate bird, teases the showers [an attractive person provokes envy].haehae₂
 He ʻiwa ka hoa e like ai.Just like one's friend the ʻiwa bird (of one dressed up in finery).ʻiwa₁
 ka ʻiwa ālai makathe frigate bird that fascinates the eye [an attractive person]ʻiwa₁
 Ka ʻiwa hoʻohaehae nāulu.An ʻiwa, frigate bird, teases the showers. [an attractive person provokes envy].ʻiwa₁
 Ke ānai maila ka ʻiwa ānai maka.The frigate bird that fascinates the eyes is attracting attention.ʻiwa₁
 Kīkaha ka ʻiwa, he makani.Poises the frigate bird, a windy day [of a handsome person who draws attention, as does the ʻiwa bird poised aloft].ʻiwa₁
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ʻīwāUa ʻīwā ka hoʻolele ʻia ʻana o ka hōʻike hula i ka nei.The hula performance was broadcast live last night.ʻīwā
ʻiwaʻiwaʻAʻohe i ana iho koʻu makemake i ʻiwaʻiwa o ka ua o Hāʻao.My desire is not satisfied for the maidenhair ferns in the Hāʻao rain.ʻiwaʻiwa₁
iwakāluaiwakālua hapahaneli no ke kālātwenty per cent on the dollarhapahaneli₁
 He aha ka pākēneka paʻakai o kēia wai? He iwakālua pākēneka.What’s the salinity of this water? It’s twenty percent.pākēneka paʻakai
ʻIwalaniNo Kona ka makani he kulaʻi pau, kīkiʻi kapakahi ʻo ka ʻIwalani.In Kona is the wind that pushes everything over, that heels the ʻIwalani to one side.kīkiʻi₁
iwiNoke i ka ʻaka ā mae ka iwi ʻaoʻao.Kept on laughing until their ribs ached.mae
 iwi manamana wāwaephalanx (plural phalanges), i.e. the bones of the toesmanamana wāwae
 Moe ʻia ka iwi ʻaoʻao e ke kanaka ʻē.The rib bones will be laid to rest by strangers.moe₁
 hoʻonoho iwito set bones; a bone setternoho₂
 Ua loaʻa ke kāne a kuʻu hānai, a ua ola iwi o ke kahu hānai.My foster child has found a husband, and the foster parent will enjoy peace and comfort in life and the body will be preserved after death; lit., the bones will live, i.e., they will not fall into an enemy's hands.ola₁
 iwi pahemodislocationpahemo
 iwi paoalucky; lit., fragrant bones. [But cf. paoa₂]paoa₁
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iwikuamoʻoHoʻi hou i ka iwikuamoʻo.Return to the family [as after long absence or estrangement].iwikuamoʻo₂

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