updated: 12/18/2016

concordance of the example sentences

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KE hoʻāmana ʻia ke K he 15 kōna waiwai.Let K equal 15.hoʻāmana₂
 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
kaʻAʻole 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
 Ua ka manaʻo kaumaha.The sad thoughts have faded away.mā₁
 Ua maʻakū aku lāua i ka manu.They slung a stone at the bird with the sling.maʻakū
 Ka maluhia a me ka maluhia a me ka maʻalahi.Peace and contentment.maʻalahi
 Ka maluhia a me ka maluhia a me ka maʻalahi.Peace and contentment.maʻalahi
 Ka i maʻalili ai ka i maʻalili ai ka huhū.When wrath had been appeased.maʻalili
 Ka i maʻalili ai ka i maʻalili ai ka huhū.When wrath had been appeased.maʻalili
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Makana hoʻi!What a gift! [sometimes said sarcastically, indicating that a person is ungrateful].makana
 Mākena hoʻi koʻu hilahila iāʻoe.How you humiliated me; you made me ashamed of you.mākena
 ʻOnipaʻa Liliʻuokalani mākia.Stand firm was Liliʻuokalani's motto.mākia₁
  mākoito fish with a polemākoi₁
 Hele mai ʻoe i māua male ʻana.Come to our wedding.male₃
 Mamina wale hoʻi.That's regrettable.mamina
 Mau maila Keaka kāhea me ka peʻahi.Keaka continued to call and wave.mau₁
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kaʻaMai hoʻokuʻi ʻia au e ke kaʻa.I was almost hit by a car.mai₃
 Kaʻa i ka malu ō.Still being cherished, fostered.malu₁
 He huila nui e kaʻa mola ana.A big wheel revolving.mola
 Hoʻoneʻe hope i ke kaʻa.Back up the car.neʻe hope
 ʻŌpā ʻia ke kanaka mawaena o kaʻa.The man was crushed between the cars.ʻōpā₁
 Ua namu a pāhoehoe ʻia apau, i ʻowāhi, kaʻa lauahi ʻia ke one.All is chewed up to smooth lava, sand rolled over, broken through.ʻowāhi
 Pau ke kaʻa i ka nāhāhā.The car was completely destroyed.pau₁
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kaʻaahikaʻaahi kau i ka lewaelevated trainkaʻaahi
 Kaʻaahi kau i ka lewaelevated trainlewa₁
kaʻahēHoʻonākū mauna, kaʻahē mokupuni.The mountains are in distress, the islands gasp for breath.-nākū
 Hoʻonākū mauna, kaʻahē mokupuni.The mountains are in distress, the islands gasp for breath.hoʻonākū
kaʻaheleheluhelu kaʻaheleto read in turnkaʻahele
 kahuna pule kaʻaheletraveling preacherkaʻahele
 Ua kaʻahele au a puni ke kaona.I have gone all around the town.kaʻahele
kaʻahemoʻAʻole e hoʻohana ʻia nei ka hapa nui o ka ʻāina kaʻahemo e kākou.The majority of the ceded land remains unused by us.kaʻahele
 ʻAʻole e hoʻohana ʻia nei ka hapa nui o ka ʻāina kaʻahemo e kākou.The majority of the ceded land remains unused by us.ʻāina kaʻahemo
kaʻahiliua kaʻahili mauliʻawastruggling, gaspingkaʻahili
kaʻahopehola kaʻahopeelapsed timekaʻahope
kaʻahuaE hoʻopaʻa i kāwāholo ma kēlā me kēia ʻumi kaʻahua.Set the tabs every ten spaces.hoʻopaʻa
 kaha kaʻahuaa pound sign (#) used to indicate·that a space should be inserted, in proofreading; a superscript number written next to the symbol indicates the number of spaces if more than one (#2)kaʻahua
 ke pihi kaʻahuaspace barkaʻahua
 E kīpoʻo i ka laina mua o ka paukū ʻelima kaʻahua mai ka lihi hema mai.Indent the first line of the paragraph five spaces from the left margin.kīpoʻo
 kaʻahua koana pākahisingle space, single-line spacingkoana
KaʻahumanuHe ʻaʻala ʻo Kaʻahumanu.Kaʻahumanu is of sweet high rank.ʻaʻala₁
KaʻahupāhauAlahula Puʻuloa he ala hele na Kaʻahupāhau.Everywhere in Pearl Harbor lies the path of Kaʻahupāhau.alahula
kāʻaiHoʻi ʻo Keawe, i ke kāʻai.Keawe returns, [his remains] bound in the sennit container [formerly said of newly dead].kāʻai₁
KaʻaialiʻiUa hele kino maoli aku ʻo Kaʻaialiʻi i mua o ke aliʻi.Kaʻaialiʻi went personally to the chief.kino maoli
kaʻaʻikekaʻaʻike haʻi wahaoral communicationhaʻi waha
 ʻAʻohe kaʻaʻike ma waena o ke kamepiula a me ka mīkini paʻi.There's no communication between the computer and the printer.kaʻaʻike
 kaʻaʻike haʻi wahaoral communicationkaʻaʻike
 kaʻaʻike pānaʻiintercommunication, two-way communicationkaʻaʻike
 kaʻaʻike wahaoral communicationkaʻaʻike
kaʻakaʻO Kūmahumahukole, ʻōkole kaʻaka.Kū-steaming-buttocks, wretched buttocks [Kamapuaʻa insults foe, implying flatulency].mahumahu₁
kaʻakaʻaʻOi kaʻakaʻa ka maka.While the eyes are open [and there is still life].maka₁
 Ē ka Haku ē, i kaʻakaʻa koʻu mau maka.Lord, that I might receive sight.kaʻakaʻa₁
 E noho ʻoe e kaʻakaʻa i ka hale.Stay and watch the house.kaʻakaʻa₁
 mōlina kaʻakaʻaopen framekaʻakaʻa
 mōlina kaʻakaʻaopen framemōlina
kaʻakaʻalawaKaʻakaʻalawa ka papa e paʻa ai ka hale.There is ample lumber to complete the house.kaʻakaʻalawa
kaʻakālaiE koho ʻoe i ke kaʻakālai kūpono no keia polopolema.Choose the appropriate strategy for this problem.kaʻakālai
kaʻakepamākala kaʻakepa ʻūhāsartorius muscle crossing the anterior portion of the upper legkaʻakepa
 No laila e kaʻakepa nei, ʻeʻena i ka pili kēpau.That's the reason for being so shy, fearful of the sticky gum.kaʻakepa
 keha kaʻakepa ka ʻōlelo i Hīhīmanutop lofty and from side to side goes the talk at Hīhīmanu [said of a boaster who keeps repeating; Hīhīmanu is a Kauaʻi peak]keha
 hoʻēhu pua kaʻakepato cross-pollinatehoʻēhu pua
 kāʻei kaʻakepawarp zonekaʻakepa
 Ma ka wae ōewe ʻana, ua hoēhu pua kaʻakepa ʻia ʻelua ʻano ʻāpala i ʻole e palahū koke mai ka hua.In artificial selection, two kinds of apples were crossbred so that the fruit would not spoil right away.wae ōewe
kaʻakoneloala kaʻakonelosubway, the tunnelkaʻakonelo
 kahua kaʻakonelosubway stationkaʻakonelo
kaʻakoʻoE pono e kaʻakoʻo i ka lole ma ke kino me ke kāʻei.The garment should be belted on the body with a belt.kaʻakoʻo
kaʻakuaKaʻakua ka lani, hoʻīloli ka honua.Heaven leans back in pain, earth is in travail.kaʻakua
kaʻakuenekaʻakuene papa pihikeyboard mappingkaʻakuene
KaʻalaʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau, ke ōpū maila i Kamaoha.Kaʻala, mountain hill with cool rain, rising there perhaps at Kamaoha.ōpū₂
 ʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau poluea ihola i lalo o HaleʻauʻauKaʻala, hill mountainous and dew-covered, dizzy [to gaze] below at Haleʻauʻau.poluea
 Kapu ka luna o Kaʻala i ka ua ʻUlalena.The uplands of Kaʻala mountain are sacred with the red-yellow rain.ʻUlalena
 Kīpū i ka manaʻo, kīpū i ke kapa a ka noe; ʻauhea wale ʻoe ē ka ʻohu, kīpū maila i Kaʻala.Hold fast to an idea, hold fast to the tapa blanket of mist; listen here, O mist, nestling now on [Mt.] Kaʻala.kīpū₁
kāʻalāHe nui ka poʻe i aʻo i ke kāʻalā.Many persons learned to use a sling.kāʻalā
kāʻalaʻalaI ke kāʻalaʻala ʻana aʻe o ke keiki .Upon the vigorous growth of the child ….kāʻalaʻala
kaʻalaniHoni kini i ka makani Paʻalaʻa, he hanu no ke kaʻalani ē.The multitude smell the Paʻalaʻa breeze, a breath of air for those about the chief.kaʻalani
KaʻalāwaiKaʻalāwaithe watery basaltʻalā
kaʻalelewa ao kaʻalelewafloating cloudskaʻalelewa
kaʻalilopāʻoihana kaʻaliloa business or company which has a monopolykaʻalilo
 pāʻoihana kaʻaliloa business or company which has a monopolypāʻoihana
kaʻalolohi i ka ʻena o ka lani nei aliʻi, ʻo ka lani kaʻalolohi, kaʻa ka lani.This chief is filled with regal fury, the chief usually slow to anger, the way of a chief.kaʻalolohi
Kaʻaluʻalu mamo pihaʻā o Kaʻaluʻalu.The driftwood descendants of Kaʻaluʻalu [said derisively of a Kaʻū person with many children, because of the abundance of driftwood at Kaʻaluʻalu, Kaʻū].mamo₄
kaʻamahaePau ke kaʻamahae hunaola, loaʻa maila ʻehā hunaola nona awe ōewe he hapalua o ka heluna maʻamau i loko.When meiosis is complete, four cells are formed, all of which contain half of the usual amount of chromosomes.kaʻamahae hunaola
kaʻanaKe pōʻai haele nei ʻoukou i ke kai a me ka ʻāina, i kaʻana mai ai na ʻoukou kekahi haumana.You encompass the seas and lands to make one proselyte; lit., so one pupil is decoyed by you.kaʻana₂
kaʻaneʻeUa lapuwale kēlā kaʻaneʻe; ua lilo hoʻi ke kinipōpō i kekahi ʻaoʻao.That was a pretty dumb play; they lost the ball to the other side.kaʻaneʻe
 He kaʻaneʻe kūlele ʻeʻepa maikaʻi ke kīloi palemo e lanakila ai.The back-door pass is a clever offensive play for scoring.kīloi palemo
 Paʻakikī ke kaupale ʻana i ke kaʻaneʻe ʻākeʻa ʻūniu.Defending the pick and roll play is tough.ʻākeʻa ʻūniu
kaʻaneʻiHe lio kaʻaneʻi, he pipi!So a horse, a cow! [scornful]kaʻaneʻi
 ʻOia kaʻaneʻi!Is that so! So that's it!kaʻaneʻi
kaʻaniniauUa kaʻaniniau i ka wiliwaitossed in the whirlpools [of love]wiliwai
 ua kaʻaniniau i ka waiwhirling in the waterkaʻaniniau
kaʻaoHe kaʻao hoʻoniua puʻuwai no Kamiki.A heart-stirring story about Kamiki.niua
 Pīpī holo kaʻao.Sprinkled, the tale runs [a phrase used at the end of tales].pīpī₂
 Moʻo kaʻao ʻālana ā hoʻolaʻa ʻia i mua o ka lāhui Hawaiʻi.A story … offered and dedicated to the Hawaiian people.ʻālana₁
 pīpī holo kaʻaosprinkled, the tale runs [phrase at the end of tales]kaʻao
 kaʻao kauaheahelight storykauaheahe₂
 He kaʻao hoʻoniua puʻuwai no Kamiki.A heart-stirring story about Kamiki.hoʻoniua
kāʻaoPuhalu ka ihu, nānā i ke kāʻao.Stretch the nostrils, see overripe pandanus fruit [one doesn't see the pandanus until the fruit has fallen and scattered its scent; one appreciates people after they are gone].puhalu₁
kaʻaokiKaʻaoki iho ʻoe i kahi niu a hāʻawi mai.Finish the work on the coconut shell and give it to me.kaʻaoki
kaʻaʻokoʻahoʻonaʻauao kaʻaʻokoʻaalternative education, as a school programkaʻaʻokoʻa₁
 Kaʻaʻokoʻa kona manaʻo.His thinking is independent.kaʻaʻokoʻa₁
kaʻapāEia kuʻu hanu ke kaʻapā wale nei i ka houpo.Here is my breath, panting within the chest.kaʻapā
KaʻapehaKe Kuaʻau Kaʻapeha.Great Barrier Reef.kaʻapeha₁
kaʻapuniʻAha kaʻapuni.Circuit court.kaʻapuni₁
 kekimala kaʻapunicirculating decimalkaʻapuni₁
 Ua hele māua i ke kaʻapuni honua.We went on a tour around the world.kaʻapuni₁
kaʻawaleMālama ola kaʻawale.Separate maintenance.mālama ola
 no ke kāne a me ka wahine eu kaʻawale aifor the man and wife to be separatedeu
 ʻAʻohe kaʻawale o kēia keiki i ka makua kāne.This boy is the exact image of his father. [nothing independent or different].kaʻawale
 ʻAʻohe wahi kaʻawale o kēia pahu.There's no room left in this box.kaʻawale
 ʻEono mile ke kaʻawale.Six miles away.kaʻawale
 kahi kaʻawale, wahi kaʻawaleempty space or place, secluded or isolated place, asidekaʻawale
 kahi kaʻawale, wahi kaʻawaleempty space or place, secluded or isolated place, asidekaʻawale
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kāʻawekāʻawe i ka puanaʻīhang by the neckpuanaʻī₁
 Kāʻawe ʻāʻī.Name of the manulele sugar cane when prayed over in hana aloha, love-making sorcery, to induce an absent person to fall in love; cf. manulele.kāʻawe₁
 Ua kāʻawe ʻoia a make.He hanged himself until dead.kāʻawe₁
 kāʻawe kalipaslipper strapkāʻawe₂
kaʻawelekāKe kaʻawelekā nei ia mea kahiko i loko o mākou.This old thing is still being mulled over within us.kaʻawelekā
kaeke kae ʻia o ka inoacontempt shown the namekae₂
 ʻO Nainoa kae alakaʻi i hoʻokele.Nainoa is the one who should lead the navigators.kae₃
kaʻehe kaʻe wale only gums and no teethkaʻe₁
 ʻaʻole a kaʻe maiwithout limitkaʻe₂
 He iʻa laka ka loli kaʻe, he loaʻa wale i kāheka.The loli kaʻe is easy enough to gather, for it is found in sea pools. [Said of a cross, dissatisfied person who becomes grumpy. A play on kaʻe (grumpy)]loli kaʻe
 ʻO ka 7,200 anakahi uila ka ʻawelika o ka nui o ke anakahi uila o uea o pou kelepona o kaʻe o alanui.7,200 volts is the average voltage contained in the utility lines alongside roads.anakahi uila
 hānai kaʻeto edge feedhānai₇
kaeaʻAʻole kahe mai ʻo ka waimaka, ʻo ke kaea wale aʻela ia.The tears do not flow, the desire was just gone.kaea₁
 kaea paikikalabicycle tirekaea
 kaea paikikalabicycle tirepaikikala
kāʻeʻaʻeʻaHe kāʻeʻaʻeʻa pulu ʻole ka heʻe nalu.An expert on the surfboard does not get wet.kāʻeʻaʻeʻa
kaʻeʻeHe wahi wai ʻaʻohe i kaʻeʻe i ka .A little water not evaporated by the sun.kaʻeʻe
kāʻeʻeʻupena ʻelala kāʻeʻeinsect sweep netʻelala
kāʻeiE hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻoe i ka pālule olonā a e hana ʻoe i ke kāʻei, he humuhumu ʻōniʻoniʻo.You shall weave the coat in checkerwork of fine linen … and shall make a girdle embroidered with needlework.ʻōniʻoniʻo
 E pono e kaʻakoʻo i ka lole ma ke kino me ke kāʻei.The garment should be belted on the body with a belt.kaʻakoʻo
 kāʻei hōkūnaʻiasteroid belthōkūnaʻi
 kāʻei kapudomain, as on the internetkapu
 kāʻei kaʻakepawarp zonekaʻakepa
 kāʻei holatime zone, as Pacific or Rocky Mountainkāʻei
 ʻO kahi o ka ʻoʻoleʻa loa o ka mālama ʻia, ʻo ia ke kāʻei iki mālama.The preservation subzone within the conservation district is the most restrictive.kāʻei iki
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kāʻekāhihi kāʻekāobscure confusion, tanglekāʻekā
 Wili kāʻekā ke aho.The line is tangled.kāʻekā
kaekaeKaekae ke olonā.The olonā fibers are perfectly cleaned.olonā
 Kaekae ka ʻumeke.The wooden bowl is smoothly polished.kaekae₁
 Kaekae ke olonā.The olonā fibers are perfectly cleaned.kaekae₁
kaʻekaʻeĀ ka wai, ua piha ā ʻaleʻale ke kaʻekaʻe.The water is full, the edge is brimful.ʻaleʻale
kaekenekaekene makaraw sewagekaekene
 ke kaekene i kāemikala ʻiatreated sewagekāemikala
kaʻeleiwi kaʻelekeelkaʻele₁
 kaʻele papadug-in poi boardkaʻele₁
 Mehe kaʻele papa Hilo, i lalo ka noho, kāʻele wale Hilo i ke ālai ʻia e ka ua.Like a poi board Hilo, dwelling below, darkened Hilo by the blocking rain.kaʻele₁
 Mehe kaʻele papa Hilo, i lalo ka noho, kāʻele wale Hilo i ke ālai ʻia e ka ua.Like a poi board Hilo, dwelling below, darkened Hilo by the blocking rain.kāʻele₁
kāʻeleMehe kaʻele papa Hilo, i lalo ka noho, kāʻele wale Hilo i ke ālai ʻia e ka ua.Like a poi board Hilo, dwelling below, darkened Hilo by the blocking rain.kaʻele₁
 Mehe kaʻele papa Hilo, i lalo ka noho, kāʻele wale Hilo i ke ālai ʻia e ka ua.Like a poi board Hilo, dwelling below, darkened Hilo by the blocking rain.kāʻele₁
 Kāʻele hoʻi kānaka o kēlā wahi!So many people in that place!kāʻele₂
 Kāʻele nohoʻi ʻoukou hele ʻana mai.How slowly you came.kāʻele₃
kaʻeloʻO ke kaʻelo, he ʻano maʻi ia i hiki ke loaʻa ma ka ʻai ʻana i kekahi iʻa i loaʻa i kēia ʻano maʻi.Ciguatera is a kind of sickness one can get by eating fish contaminated with this kind of sickness.kaʻelo
KāʻeloUa ʻane hōkā ke anu i ka malama o Kāʻelo.The cold really strikes during the month of Kāʻelo.hōkā
 ʻO Kāʻelo ka malama, kāpule ke kōleaKāʻelo is the month, the plovers are fat.Kāʻelo₁
kāemikalake kaekene i kāemikala ʻiatreated sewagekāemikala
kaenaE hana paha ʻoe a iwi kani, i kohu ai kāu kaena iho.You should, perhaps, have strong bones to match your boasting.iwi kani
 No koʻu ʻike i ka maikaʻi, koʻu mea , ia i ʻōlelo kaena ai.As for my knowledge of beauty, that's something I brag about.kaena
kāʻeoʻumeke kāʻeoa well-filled calabash [a well-filled mind]ʻumeke
 Kīkoʻo akula ʻo Kāʻeo i kōna lima e kīloi papaʻi i ke kinipōpō Lāʻau.Kāʻeo reached out his hand to tip pass the ball to Lāʻau.kīloi papaʻi
kahaʻĪ mai nei ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole make kaha ka ʻōpū o ka puaʻa.The chief said, better not cut open the pig's stomach.make₂
 Kaha ʻolalau i ke kaha ʻolalau i ke kaha peʻa.To mark an X incorrectly. [as on a ballot]ʻolalau
 Kaha ʻolalau i ke kaha ʻolalau i ke kaha peʻa.To mark an X incorrectly. [as on a ballot]ʻolalau
  pāhiʻa kuʻu pua i ke kaha.My arrow slipped to one side of the mark.pāhiʻa
 kaha eato deprive of rights of livelihoodea₂
 kaha ʻekafoul spot [poor soil]ʻeka₁
 Kaha i ka hanuʻu.To mark fluctuation, as the high water mark of the tide.hanuʻu₁
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kahaapokahaapo paniclose parenthesiskahaapo
 kahaapo weheopen parenthesiskahaapo
 kahaapo kihikihi paniclose bracketkahaapo kihikihi
 kahaapo kihikihi weheopen bracketkahaapo kihikihi
kahaʻeaKau kahaʻea i ka hana waele; palepale ʻauwai o lalo.The cumulus clouds appear during the task of weeding; clean the water-courses down below.kahaʻea
kahaʻeaʻeaI ke kau kahaʻeaʻea a ke aloha.The cumulus clouds of love are set.kahaʻeaʻea
KahaeleUa hoʻokohu ʻia ʻo Keoki Kahaele i ka ʻaha kuhina no ka nui o kōna kākoʻo a kōkua i ka Pelekikena i kōna holo moho ʻana.Keoki Kahaele was appointed to the cabinet for his great support and help to the President in his campaign efforts.ʻaha kuhina
kāhāhāKāhāhā ʻo hope.Those behind were astonished.hope₁
 kāhāhā i ka ʻinoshocked, aghast, horrifiedkāhāhā
  i ke kāhāhā nuimost astonishingkāhāhā
kahaʻinoHaele ana kānaka i ke kaha, alualu ana i ke kaʻi a kahaʻino ē.People go to the place, following the guidance of evil.kahaʻino
kahakahapepa kahakahascratchpaper, lined paperkahakaha₁
 kahakaha kolohegraffitikolohe
 ʻO ka hōʻea maila ia o mākaʻi i ka manawa kūpono no ka hopu ʻana i ka poʻe keiki ma ke kahakaha kolohe ʻana.The police arrived just in time to catch the kids in the act of drawing graffiti.kahakaha kolohe
kahakahanakahakahana kaumahamarks of worry, as on the facekahakahana
 kahakahana lolenapkinkahakahana
kahakaiMai ka uka māulukua ā hiki i ka pali kahakai.From the upland forest to the shore cliff.māulukua
 Ua hele nui aku nei i kahakai.The many of them went to the beach.nui₁
 E uhaele kākou i kahakai Ō, e uhaele ʻiʻo aku kākou.Let's go to the beach. Yes, let's do go.ō₁
 Eia maʻaneʻi ke kahana alanui e iho ai i kahakai.Here's the turn of the road to go down to the beach.kahana
 ʻūhini nēnē kahakaibeach cricketʻūhini nēnē
 He ʻūlili holoholo kahakai, i ke kai nui, hina.A tattler running on the beach, struck by a big sea, falls. (of weaklings).pā i ke kai nui
 E ka papa, e hoʻokāpana kākou i ka huaʻōlelo ʻo kahakai, ka, ha, kai.Class, let’s syllabize the word “kahakai,” ka, ha, kai.hoʻokāpana
KahakaloaKākiʻi maila ʻo Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kahakaloa i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo. i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo.Kahakaloa brandished his war club so as to reach Kawelo's waist.ʻaʻa₂
kahakikīUa lohe akula lākou i ke kahakikī a ka wai.They heard the roar of rushing water.kahakikī
kahakōKa pali kahakō lele a koaʻe.Sheer cliff reached by tropic bird.kahakō₁
kahakūHe kahakū wau no kēia ʻāina, iaʻu o uka, iaʻu o kai.I may go where I please on this land, inland is mine, seaward is mine.kahakū₁
kāhalaUa kāhala ka ipu.The gourd is ripe.kāhala₂
kahalaloE kahalalo i kēia lālani kikokikona.Underline this line of text.kahalalo
kahanaEia maʻaneʻi ke kahana alanui e iho ai i kahakai.Here's the turn of the road to go down to the beach.kahana
 kahana lonoalateral line, i.e. a linear series of sensory pores and tubes along the side of a fish, in biologylonoa
 Mau loa koʻu mahalo nui i ka nani pūnono o Kahana.My great admiration for the gorgeous beauty of Kahana remains always.pūnono
 I aloha aʻe au i ka ʻĀhiu o Kahana.I greet the Wild Wind of Kahana.ʻĀhiu₂
 Hoʻohihi ka manaʻo i ka nani o Kahana.The mind is entranced with the beauty of Kahana.-hihi
 Kāoʻo ihola ka ua o Kahana, kapakē aʻela ka wai ma Loʻikeʻe.The rains gather at Kahana, splashing on the water of Loʻikeʻe.kapakē
 Hoʻohihi ka manaʻo i ka nani o Kahana.The mind is entranced with the beauty of Kahana.hoʻohihi₂
kahaniaKahania ke poʻo o ka ʻōhule.The head of the bald man is smooth.kahania₁
kahaoneMoe moʻau ke kahaone.The sandy beach lies stretched out.moʻau
 Nonanona kānaka i kahaone.Crowds of people on the beach.nonanona₃
kahapaleUa hoʻouna ʻia aku nei ka ʻelele nāna e kahapale i kēia kaua weliweli.A delegate has just been sent to intervene in this violent war.kahapale
kāhaʻuUa kāhaʻu ka wai o ke kahawai.The water in the stream has subsided.kāhaʻu
 Ua kāhaʻu mai ka ʻeha.The pain has grown less.kāhaʻu
kahaʻulamoe kahaʻulalascivious dreamkahaʻula₁
kahawaima ka pīpā kahawaialong the streampīpā₁
  ka hālelo, ke ʻā o kahawai.Rocks and lava in the streams appear [as after a storm; fig., angry words].hālelo₁
 Ua holowai kahawai.The streams run swiftly.holowai
 Ua kāhaʻu ka wai o ke kahawai.The water in the stream has subsided.kāhaʻu
 ʻaumana kahawai stream tributarystream tributarykahawai
 koʻana kahawaistream sedimentkahawai
 Kūmoho piha ke kahawai.The stream water rose full.kūmoho
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kaheNiniau ke kahe o ka wai.Swiftly silent flowing of the water.niniau₁
 Kahe ka ʻūpē.Mucus flows.ʻūpē
 Ua kahe nohoʻi ka waiholomoku.The waters have gone over.waiholomoku
 He ʻāina e kahe ana ka waiū a me ia meli.A land which flows with milk and honey.waiū
 Kahe ka ʻae o ka waha.Mouth saliva flows [mouth waters; fig., to desire avidly].ʻae₂
 kahe ka hāʻae, moni i ka hāʻaeto drool or water at the mouthhāʻae₁
 ʻAʻole kahe mai ʻo ka waimaka, ʻo ke kaea wale aʻela ia.The tears do not flow, the desire was just gone.kaea₁
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kāhēUa kāhē ka ʻuala.The caterpillars are beginning to eat the sweet-potato leaves.kāhē
kaheaKahea ʻia hoʻihā.Then summon [her].hoʻihā
kāheaMau maila Keaka kāhea me ka peʻahi.Keaka continued to call and wave.mau₁
 ʻAʻohe neʻeu mai ke kāhea ʻia aku.Doesn't budge when called.neʻeu
 kāhea pau ahi ʻolohewafalse fire alarmʻolohewa
 Lohe mai i ka kāhea a ke Koʻolauwahine.Hear the call of Koʻolauwahine (a wind).pā kāhea
 Na wai e ʻole ka paoa, ua kāhea kua ʻia.Who can help having bad luck, when called from behind the back.paoa₂
 kāhea pau ahifire alarmpau ahi
 Ma pule kāleʻa, he pule kāhea i ʻaumākua.And kāleʻa prayers, prayers calling … the family gods.kāleʻa
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kaheaholokaheaholo kaʻahighway traffickaheaholo
 kaheaholo mokuleleair traffickaheaholo
 Paʻapū ke kaheaholo kaʻa i kēia .Traffic is congested today.kaheaholo
kāhekaMakaʻā hōlapu kāheka.The makaʻā roils the pool [of a mischievous child].makaʻā₁
 Makaʻā hōlapu kāheka.The makaʻā (fish) roils the pool [of a mischievous child].hōlapu₁
 He iʻa laka ka loli kaʻe, he loaʻa wale i kāheka.The loli kaʻe is easy enough to gather, for it is found in sea pools. [Said of a cross, dissatisfied person who becomes grumpy. A play on kaʻe (grumpy)]loli kaʻe
kāhelaWaiho kāhela i ka laʻi ā ahiahi ehuehu mai.Lying stretched out in the calm until at evening full of animation.ehuehu₁
 He ʻai, e kāhela ai ka uha.Eating, intestines inflate [said of one who has eaten a good meal].kāhela₁
 Kāhela ka nalu o ka pae lau hala, hōʻaʻiʻaʻi ke kai koʻo o Maliu ē.Waves sweep up to the leaves of pandanus rows; white-capped is the rough sea of Maliu.kāhela₁
  kāhelato perform this beatkāhela₃
 Kāhela ka nalu o ka pae lau hala, hōʻaʻiʻaʻi [hoʻāʻiaʻi] ke kai koʻo o Maliu ē.Waves sweep up to the leaves of panidanus rows; white-capped is the rough sea of Maliu.hoʻāʻiaʻi
kāheleHe lei kāhele no ke ala.A lei decoration for traveling the road.kāhele₁
kahenakahena huliliriffle, as in a streamhulili
 kahena waistream bed, streamkahena
 kahena kokobloodstreamkoko
kahi kahi ʻoā, mākahi ʻoene, mākahi hoenea mesh larger than one finger's width, but not large enough for two fingers (mālua)mākahi₂
 Ke hoʻomalihini mai nei kahi moa a kākou.Our chicken reveals that guests are coming.malihini
 Uhiuhi lau māmane, kahi wai o Kapāpala.Covered with māmane leaves is the water of Kapāpala [any concealing, as of truth (Kel. 139) or scandal; māmane branches are said to have been tossed in this pool at Kaʻū to make the mud settle].māmane₁
 Pehea ka maʻi? Ua komo kahi māna ʻai.How is the patient? He has taken a little nourishment.māna₁
 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
 Hoʻomoe wai kahi ke kāoʻo.Forward together in unity. ["Let's all travel together like water flowing in one direction"]moe₆
 Kahi e ʻia ana e kānaka.Place where the people gathered.mū₃
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kāhihiKāhihi ka puka o ka hale i ka pūnāwelewele.The door of the house is tangled with cobwebs [the house is vacant].pūnāwelewele
kāhīhīNui koʻu kāhīhī ʻana!I couldnʻt believe it [lit., much my disbelief]!kāhīhī
kahikiHe Hawaiʻi ʻuala kahiki.An Irish-potato Hawaiian [one who apes white men instead of appreciating his own culture] lit., foreign sweet potato.ʻuala kahiki
 kipi uala kahikipotato chipʻuala kahiki
 Holo aʻela ia ā hiki i ka ʻāina kahiki.He sailed and sailed and sailed until he reached a foreign country.ā₄
 I hoʻokauhua i ke kōlea, no kahiki ana ke keiki.With a pregnancy craving for plover, the child will be a traveler.kauhua₂
 kipi ʻuala kahikipotato chipkipi₅
 ʻuala kahiki pepeiaoscalloped potatoespepeiao
 ʻēlau hala kahikipineapple crownʻēlau
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kahikoʻO ka huli maikaʻi, ʻoia ka wauke i pau i ke kua ʻia mamua, ā ʻo ka wauke i ulu aʻe mahope he ʻae ia, ā he ohi; ua ulu aʻe ka wauke hou ma ke aʻa a ma ka weli o ka wauke kahiko.The best planting slips were from the mulberry which had been cut back before; the mulberry that grew back afterward were the ʻae and the ohi shoots; the mulberry grew again from the roots and the main root of the old mulberry.ohi₃
 Ua like ke kanu ʻana (o ke olonā) me ke kanu ʻana a ka wauke, he ohiohi kekahi, he mauwā kahiko kekahi; he pālaha naʻe kona i lalo, a ma ka lālā e ulu kākiwi aʻe ai.The planting (of olonā) was like the planting of wauke, some (slips) were young shoots, some (from) fallen trunks; but they spread downward, and from the branches layerings grew.ohiohi₁
 E paupauaho a manakā kahiko ʻoe iaʻu.You would be disheartened, weary, and old before me.paupauaho
 ka pono kahikothe old morality or moral systempono₁
 ka puka kahikothe ancient hole [the anus]puka₁
 Wahi a kahiko.According to the ancients.wahi₃
 e kala kahiko i au walegone a long time ago, long pastau₁
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kāhikoKāhiko ā oki ā pāʻihiʻihi, lawe ā linohau ā mikihilina.Dressed in best, neatest finery, most fine and ornate.mikihilina
 Kāhiko ā oki a pāʻihiʻihi.Dressed in best finery, so attractive.oki₂
 A kāhiko nohoʻi makaʻāinana i ʻole e ʻōlepolepo maka o ke aliʻi ke nānā mai.The commoners were dressed up so as not to offend the eyes of the chiefs who might look upon them.ʻōlepolepo
 kāhiko a ka halehouse adornments and furniturekāhiko₁
 kāhiko o ke akuaadornment of the gods [rain]kāhiko₁
 Kāhiko ka nani i Kamaʻe, ke kaupoku o ke ʻala.Beauty adorns Kamaʻe, the greatest fragrance.kaupoku₁
 Kāhiko ʻia ke kanaka ʻea no ka hōʻikeʻike ʻana i ke ʻano o paikini hou o ka hale kūʻai.The mannequins are dressed up to display the new fashions that the store has to offer.kanaka ʻea
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kahikoleUa kahikole ka .The sun is up and has lost the glow of dawn.kahikole
KahikoluNonoi akahai aʻe ana i mana Kahikolu Kiʻekiʻe loa.Modestly beseech the powers of the most Holy Trinity.mana Kahikolu Kiʻekiʻe
kāhilihe kāhili papa ikia feather standard with small featherspapa₃
 Lele kāhili, holo ka uhaʻi, uhi kapa.Feather standards sway, the door opening is moved into place, the tapa covers [the chief sleeps].uhaʻi₂
 Uluāoʻa ka lau o ke kāhili i kapa ʻia ai ka inoa o Hawaiʻiloa.Bristling is the top of the feather standard of royalty that is called by the name of Hawaiʻiloa.uluāoʻa₂
 Haku ʻia naʻe hoʻi ka hulu o ka moa i kāhili i mua o aliʻi; kāhili ʻia naʻe hoʻi kua.Chicken feathers indeed are woven into a standard for the presence of the chiefs; your back is brushed by the kāhili.kāhili₁
 Haku ʻia naʻe hoʻi ka hulu o ka moa i kāhili i mua o aliʻi; kāhili ʻia naʻe hoʻi kua.Chicken feathers indeed are woven into a standard for the presence of the chiefs; your back is brushed by the kāhili.kāhili₁
 kāhili puluto clear away mulchkāhili₁
  kāhilione standing by a kāhili or carrying itkāhili₁
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kāhilihiliKāhilihili ke kai a ka heʻe nalu.Spraying sea of surfrider.kāhilihili
 mea kāhilihilidusterkāhilihili
Kahinaliʻikai a KahinaliʻifloodKahinaliʻi
kāhiwaʻO ka ʻōnohi o ka lani nui, ʻo ke kāhiwa uli o ka ʻōnohi lani.The eyeball of the high chiefess, the dark pupil of the royal eyeball.kāhiwa
kāhoaE kāhoa aku ʻoe i ke poʻo.Strike the head.kāhoa₁
kāhoahoaE kāhoahoa aku kāu pule i mua o Kāne i loaʻa mai ke ola iki, ke ola nui, a me ke ola ā kau i ka pūaneane.May your prayer to Kāne appeal for the obtaining of small life, big life, and life extending to vast old age.kāhoahoa₁
kāhoʻiHe aha kāhoʻi kāna i hana ai?What on earth did he do?kāhoʻi₁
 ʻO ʻoukou kāhoʻi?What of all of you?kāhoʻi₁
 E kōmi kāhoʻi.Press enter/return.kāhoʻi₂
 ke pihi kāhoʻireturn keykāhoʻi₂
kāholoKāholo ka ʻike o kēlā wahi keiki ʻuʻuku.That little boy is quick in learning.kāholo₁
 Kāholo ka ʻōlelo.To speak generally and vaguely without committing oneself.kāholo₁
 koʻi kāholoplaning adzekāholo₁
 lopi kāholobasting threadkāholo₂
KahoʻolaweKahoʻolawe, ʻai kūpala.Kahoʻolawe, eater of kūpala. [Kūpala was eaten here for lack of other food.].kūpala₃
kahoʻoleinapeʻaKahoʻoleinapeʻaplace where kites are flownhoʻoleina
 Kahoʻoleinapeʻaplace where kites are flownleina
kahukahu mālama halehousekeepermālama hale
  i ka māna a ke kahu hānai.Trait acquired from association with the one who raised the child.māna₂
 hoʻonoho kahuinstallation of a pastornoho₂
 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
 He akua ʻai kahu ka holoholoʻōlelo.Bearing gossip is a spirit who destroys its keeper.akua ʻai kahu
 ʻO ke kahu ʻanāʻanā aka mai ma ke kala ʻana i ka ʻanāʻanā ʻia mai e kekahi.The master of black magic skillful in countering the sorcery being directed at him by another.ʻanāʻanā
 kahu hipashepherdhipa₂
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kahuakahua hoʻomaludetention campmalu₁
 aʻo kahua ʻuhanespiritually-based learningʻuhane
 kahua hahithreshing floorhahi
 He hewa ʻoe ke kūʻai i ʻāina, loaʻa ke kahua paʻa?Why not then buy land and get security?hewa₂
 E hana mua ā paʻa ke kahua, mamua o ke aʻo ʻana haʻi.Work first to make firm the foundation before teaching others.kahua₁
 Ka Monroe kahua kālai ʻaina.Monroe doctrine about land division.kahua₁
 kahua kālaiʻāinaplatform, i.e. a declaration of principles and policies adopted by a political party or candidatekālaiʻāina
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kahuapaʻahelu kahuapaʻaURL, web page addresskahuapaʻa
kāhuapukakāhuapuka ʻikepilito output datakāhuapuka
kahuliMoe kahuli, hīʻō i ka nahele i ka palawili ʻia e ka noe.Land shell lying down, restless in the forest as it is twisted by the mist.palawili
 Kahuli ihola lāua, a lilo ihola lāua i ke , i ka hoe, pēlā lāua i ʻapa ai.The two upset, and were occupied with the bailer and paddles, in this way they were delayed.ʻapa₁
kāhuliUa kāhuli ke ʻano.The appearance is changed.kāhuli₁
kāhulukāhulu nonoʻapossessive modifierkāhulu
 kāhulu painuverbal modifierkāhulu
 kāhulu pepekerelative clausekāhulu
 kāhulu pepeke piko (hou),relative clause with a new subjectkāhulu
 kāhulu pepeke piko ʻolerelative clause for which the head noun is the subjectkāhulu
 pepeke kāhulurelative clausekāhulu
kahuluihoʻokūkū kahuluichampionship, in sportskahului
kahūmuĀ ana kūpuna o Kawelo i ke kahūmu ʻai na Kawelo.The grandparents of Kawelo had had enough of tending food ovens for Kawelo.ana₂
 E kahūmu ʻai ana kākou.We are going to bake vegetable foods in the oven.kahūmu
kahunaKahuna noanoa.A priest not of high rank.noanoa
 E hele aku ʻoe e hoʻopā i ke kahuna pule.Go and see if you can get the minister to help, put a "touch" to him.pā₄
 kahuna hāhā pāʻaoʻaopractitioner who felt (hāhā) infants to see if they had pāʻaoʻao disorderspāʻaoʻao₂
 Ua ʻpoʻipū i ka mana o ke kahuna.Entirely under the influence of the priest.poʻipū₁
 kahuna puleministerpule₁
 kahuna hoʻoulu ʻaia priest who made such offerings, agricultural expert-ulu ʻai
 Aha maila ke kahuna, "He mea aha?".The priest asked, “What's that?”.aha
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kāhunaHe ala ʻololī kāhuna.Priests have a narrow path.ʻololī
 ala iki a kāhunathe small path of priests [a difficult way of life]ala₁
 I luna ona maka o ke anaina kāhuna kahi i kaulona ai.The eyes of the company of priests watched him with interest.kaulona
 He koʻe ka pule a kāhuna.The prayer of sorcerers is a worm [it moves like a worm to reach its victim).koʻe
  kāhuna kūʻē i ka Pope.Ministers opposed to the Pope, Protestant ministers.kūʻē
kaihe kai mahamoea smooth seamahamoe₁
 Mālie ke kai me ka makani.The sea and wind are calm.mālie
 Malino ke kai.The sea is calm.malino
 E malo kai kākou i wahi mea e ʻai ai.Let's wet our loin-cloths so as to get something to eat [a circumlocution; to mention that one was going fishing was thought to bring bad luck].malo kai
 manawahua kai koʻogreat distress, pain; surging pain, distress. [lit., strong sea, stomach discomfort]manawahua₁
 Kaulana ʻo Kona i ke kai māʻokiʻoki.Kona is famous for its streaked sea of various colors.māʻokiʻoki
 ʻO aʻu lehua i ʻaina e ka manu a māui i ke kai, nūpolupolu akula i ke kai o Hilo.My lehua blossoms picked by the birds and bruised by the sea, scattered there on the sea of Hilo.māui₃
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kaʻiMekila ke kaʻi a ka ua noe.Handsome the procession of misty rain.mekila
 Ua kaʻi ka ʻaha.The prayer is rendered.ʻaha₃
 Haele ana kānaka i ke kaha, alualu ana i ke kaʻi a kahaʻino ē.People go to the place, following the guidance of evil.kahaʻino
 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
 Kaʻi i ke kaʻa.To drive … a cart.kaʻi₁
 kaʻi ʻāunato move in a flock, herd, companykaʻi₁
 Ua kaʻi ka ʻaha.The prayer is rendered.kaʻi₁
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KaiKe Kai MelemeleYellow Seamelemele₁
 Ke Kai ʻUlaRed Seaʻula₁
 Ke Kai ʻEleBlack Seaʻele₁
 Ke Kai Waena HonuaMediterranean Seahonua₁
 Ke Kai Waena HonuaMediterranean SeaKai Waena Honua
 Ke Kai KoʻaCoral Seakoʻa₁
 ʻOihana Lawaiʻa Kai PekelalaNational Marine Fisheries Service.lawaiʻa₁
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kāīUa ʻai i ke kāī koi o ʻEwa.Having eaten of the very choice kāī koi taro of ʻEwa. [said of a sweetheart one can't forget].kāī
kāiaKāia loa ʻia ihola ʻo Wākea i ka hiamoe.Wākea and his companion were fast asleep.kāia₁
kaiahomeKe kūkulu ʻia nei ka ʻōnaepuni o ke kaiahome hou: ʻo ke alanui ʻoe, ʻo ka paipu wai ʻoe, ʻo ka uea uila ʻoe.The infrastructure of the new neighborhood is under construction: roads, water lines, and power lines.ʻōnaepuni
kaiakakaiaka ke kokoanemic bloodkaiaka₁
kaialileHe kaialile, he mea manaʻo hana ʻole.A lazy person without a thought of working.kaialile
kaiameaolakaiameaola kūlohelohenatural biological communitykaiameaola
 kaiameaola kūlohelohenatural biological communitykūlohelohe
kaiāmūHākei moku kaiāmū.The hushed islands are in glory.hākei
kaianasidepotasiuma kaianasidepotassium cyanidekaianaside
 potasiuma kaianasidepotassium cyanidepotasiuma
kaiaoKe wehewehe maila kaiao.The dawn is opening.kaiao
 Ua kaiao kākou.It is dawn for us; we are enlightened.kaiao
 E ala e hoʻokainuʻu, kaiao.Rise, take possession of the altar, bring light.kainuʻu
kaiaolaka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi ʻo ia ke kaiaola o ka hoʻonaʻauaothe Hawaiian language as the medium of educationkaiaola
 Ua ke kaiaola i ka pāloli.The ecosystem was fragile.pāloli
 ʻO ke ea a me ka wai, he mau mea ola ʻole koʻikoʻi ia i loko o ke kaiaola.Air and water are important abiotic elements in an ecosystem.ola ʻole
kaiapunikula kaiapuni HawaiʻiHawaiian-medium schoolHawaiʻi
 papa kaiapuni Hawaiʻi.Hawaiian-medium class.Hawaiʻi
 kaiapuni aʻolearning environmentkaiapuni
 kula kaiapuni HawaiʻiHawaiian-medium schoolkaiapuni
 papa kaiapuni HawaiʻiHawaiian-medium classkaiapuni
 ʻO ke kāohi meaola kekahi mea e noʻonoʻo ʻia nei no ke kāohi ʻana i lāʻau a me holoholona malihini e hoʻopilikia nei i kaiapuni ʻōiwi o Hawaiʻi.Biological control is one method being considered to control introduced plants and animals that are damaging native environments in Hawaiʻi.kāohi meaola
 ʻO huahana kūpono no ke kaiapuni, he pēhāpopopo ke ʻano o ka pūʻolo e wahī ʻia ai.Products which are environmentally sound are packaged with biodegradable packaging.pēhāpopopo
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kaiauluHāpai ʻia ka pila e kupa o ke kaiaulu no ka ʻāpono ʻana i kānāwai.The bill was initiated by the citizens of the community for ratification into law.hāpai kānāwai
 kulanui kaiaulucommunity collegekaiaulu
 Kulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwaLeeward Community CollegeʻEwa₂
 Kulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwaLeeward Community Collegekaiaulu
 Kulanui Kaiaulu o ʻEwaLeeward Community College.kulanui kaiaulu
kaiāuluʻOia kekahi o kānaka waiwai nui a kūʻonoʻono ma mau kaiāulu.He was one of the wealthiest and most prosperous persons of these communities.kaiāulu₁
 ʻOluʻolu i ka a ke Kaiāulu.Cool with the touch of the Kaiāulu.Kaiāulu₂
kaʻiaweKaʻiawe ka huila wai.The water wheel keeps turning.kaʻiawe
kaiehuʻAʻole pono ke kaiehu ka ʻōʻō ma ia apoapo ʻana.It is not right to stir up dust while digging and hilling [sweet potatoes].kaiehu₁
kaieleʻAʻole mea nāna i kaiele i lāua manaʻo ʻiʻini.There was nothing to disturb their desire for each other.kaiele
kaīīKaīī! Chā! ʻInoʻino maoli kāna hana!Oh, oh, his work is downright wicked!kaī
kāʻiʻīʻOluʻolu ʻole au e noho nei ke kani kāʻiʻī a ke oeoe.I sit here in discomfort, with the persistent, hard blowing of the whistle.kāʻiʻī
KaʻīimamaoKaʻīimamaothe very highest ʻĪmamao₁
kaʻikaʻika hele kaʻikaʻi mālie o wāwaewalking along slowlykaʻikaʻi
 kaʻikaʻi hoperecede backwards, as in timekaʻikaʻi
 kaʻikaʻi i ka leoto raise the voicekaʻikaʻi
kaʻikaʻikūNou paha ka inoa e kaʻikaʻikū ana, i ka nuku ā hapahapai aʻe.Yours perhaps the name chant carried to and fro, and that is on everyone's lips in praise.hapahapai
 Ka inoa e kaʻikaʻikū ana.A name carried everywhere.kaʻikaʻikū
kaikainaUa mokumokuāhua kona manawa i kona kaikaina.His bowels did yearn upon his brother.mokumokuāhua
 Ua pahupahu ʻoia i kāna kaikaina.He bruised the feelings of his younger brother.pahupahu₁
 Ahonui kēia kaikamahine i ka painuʻu i ke kaikaina.This girl is so patient in lugging about her little sister.painuʻu₁
 kuʻu kaikaina i ke aʻa hoʻokahimy younger sibling of the same wombaʻa₁
 koʻu kaikainamy younger siblingkaikaina
 koʻu kaikainamy younger siblinghoʻokaikaina
Kaikalai ke auhonua o Kaikalain the age of the Caesarsauhonua
kaikamahineĀ 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
 Ahonui kēia kaikamahine i ka painuʻu i ke kaikaina.This girl is so patient in lugging about her little sister.painuʻu₁
 He kaikamahine manaʻopaʻa , ʻaʻole e hoʻopilimeaʻai.A resolute girl, not fawning.pilimeaʻai
 Kani ʻuhū aʻe ana i ke aloha ʻole o kuʻu kaikamahine.Sighing over the heartlessness of my daughter.ʻuhū
 hana kaikamahinewoman's work [said of air easy task, somewhat like English “There's nothing to it!”]kaikamahine
 kaikamahine hoa wahinebridesmaidkaikamahine
 Ua kaupale mai kuʻu kaikamahine iaʻu.My daughter disowned me.kaupale
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kaikamāhineWela ka hao i kaikamāhine home lula!Hurray for the home rule girls.wela₁
kaikeaua hāpala ʻia i ke kaikeasmeared with fathāpala₁
kaikoʻekeUa pākeu aku ʻAukele lele i kaikoʻeke.ʻAukeleʻs flying surpassed that of the brothers-in-law.pākeu
 kona kaikoʻekehis kaikoʻekekaikoʻeke
KaikosaTurekese me KaikosaTurks and CaicosKaikosa
kaikōwāKe kaikōwā o Pēlina.Berings Straits.kaikōwā
kaikuaʻanaUa ulu kou nani ā pāpale maluna o kou kaikuaʻana.Your beauty has increased so it overshadows that of your sister.pāpale
 Nāna wale ka ʻeha, ā koe ke kaikuaʻana huhū.Only he inflicted pain, until [only] the angry older brother was left.ʻeha
 Kuʻu kaikuaʻana o ka pali hiʻi.My older brother of the tall cliff.hiʻi₃
 ʻAʻole naʻe he hina o ke kanaka o Kākuhihewa i kaikuaʻana o Kawelo.But the older brothers of Kawelo did not throw Kākuhihewa's man.hina₁
 Ua huāhuā aʻela kona mau kaikuaʻana, no ka lilo ʻana o Kauaʻi Kila.His brothers were jealous of Kila's being made the king of Kauai.huāhuā
 Ua ʻimi hala ʻoia i kona kaikuaʻana.He looked for faults in his older brother.ʻimi hala
 Kuʻu kaikuaʻana o ka pali hiʻi, pali kuʻi o Kaliuwaʻa.My older brother of the sheer cliff, steep cliffs of Kaliuwaʻa.kuʻi₇
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kaikuahineĒ kuʻu haku, pale ka pono! ʻAʻohe pono i koe, hoʻokahi pono ʻo ka hoʻi wale koe o kākou, kaukaʻi aku nei hoʻi ka pono i kaikuahine muli hoʻi .My lord, set aside the plan; there is no hope left; the only hope is for us to go back and depend on your youngest sister …. [priest is advising his lord to give up quest of Lāʻie and depend on his sister's help]pono₄
 kaikuahine hanaunafemale cousin of a malehanauna
kaikunāneĒ kuʻu kaikunāne, mai puʻe wale mai ʻoe iaʻu.My brother, do not force me.puʻe wale
 Aloha wale kuʻu kaikunāne ē, ua punia au.Alas for my brother, I am overcome with grief.punia₁
  leo a pau a kona kaikunāne.All commands of her brother.leo
kaila i ke kailastylish, fashionablekaila
kaʻilaukaʻilau o ke xcoefficient of xkaʻilau
kāʻiliKāʻili ʻia aku ke ea o ʻAberahama.Abraham gave up the ghost; lit., the breath of life was snatched away.ea₂
 ka wai kāʻili aoliquid that snatches away enlightenment [intoxicants]kāʻili₁
 kāʻili malūto seize or abduct secretly, kidnapkāʻili₁
 mana kāʻili o ke aupunieminent domain, i.e. the right of the government to take, or to authorize taking, the private property of a citizen for public use with just compensation being given to the citizen whose property has been takenkāʻili₁
 moku kāʻili sun-snatching island [Lehua Island or sometimes Kauaʻi, since they lie to the west]kāʻili₁
 kāʻili to snatch away ruthlesslykū₁₄
 ma muli o ka mana kāʻili o ke aupuni, ua kāʻili ʻia kekahi hapa o ka ʻāina o ka ʻohana Manu no ke kūkulu ʻana i alaloadue to eminent domain, a portion of the Manu family's property was taken to build a highwaymana kāʻili o ke aupuni
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KaʻilipolohilanioloʻeauKaʻilipolohilanioloʻeau.The smooth royal skin of Loʻeau.polohi
kāʻiliponimake kāʻiliponiapoplexykāʻiliponi
KailuaOla ia kini i ka limu lomi lima o Kailua.The crowd thrives on the hand-massaged seaweed of Kailua.kini₁
kaimanaʻoia ʻoe ʻo ke kaimanajust like a diamondʻoe₁
 ʻōnohi kaimanaset diamondʻōnohi₁
 Ka ʻōpuʻu kaimana e hulali nei .Diamond pendant sparkling here.ʻōpuʻu₂
 puʻu kaimanadiamond settingpuʻu₁
 ʻĀ ke kaimana.The diamond sparkles.ʻā₁
 Kaimana Hila.Diamond Head.hila₃
 Ka ʻōpuʻu kaimana e hulali nei .Diamond pendant sparkling here.hulali₁
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kaimehune kaimetense (or aspect) marker following the verb, e.g. ala, -la, nei, in the constructions e (verb) ala, etchune₃
KaimūA pae aʻe i Kaimū, hoʻomū kānaka.Landing at Kaimū, people gathered.mū₃
 A pae aʻe i Kaimū, hoʻomū kānaka.Landing at Kaimū, people gathered.hoʻomū₂
kainakaina hoʻokahiall of one kind; a set, as of disheskaina₂
 kaina hoʻokahi o mea inu tea setkaina₂
kaʻinaKaʻina mai ke akua pākanaka, he akua kanaka, ua walea wale, he akua kanaka, ʻo ʻoe ia, ē Kalani.Coming along is the god who knows mankind, a human god who pleases himself, a human god, such are you, O heavenly one.pākanaka
 Kaʻina mai ke akua pākanaka, he akua kanaka, ua walea wale, he akua kanaka, ʻo ʻoe ia, ē Kalani.Coming along is the god who knows mankind, a human god who pleases himself, a human god, such are you, O heavenly one.walea₁
 Hoʻololiloli i ke kaʻina o hua ʻōlelo.Change the word order.kaʻina
 Ke kaʻina aʻela koholā.The whales there are following in line.kaʻina
 like ke kaʻina wāwaesteps all alike and even, as of marching soldierskaʻina wāwae
 kaʻina hoʻomākalakalaorder of operationshoʻomākalakala
 haʻi kake kaʻinapermutatorial coefficient, in mathkake kaʻina
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KainaKīloi mau ʻia ke kinipōpō Kaina, no ka mea, ʻeleu ʻo ia i ka hoʻohemo.The ball always gets passed to Kaina since he's so quick to make himself open.hoʻohemo
kaʻinapu lio kaʻinapu hoʻowali luagraceful, doubly supple horseswali
 ʻAkahi ka nani ua ʻike ʻia, i ka holo kaʻinapu a lio.Nothing as pretty has been seen, as the graceful running of the horses.kaʻinapu
  lio kaʻinapu hoʻowali luagraceful, doubly supple horseshoʻowali
kainōKainō hoʻi e hele mai ʻolua?Why donʻt you two come?kainō
 Kainō ua hele ʻoe.I thought you had gone.kainō
kainoaKainoa a hala.It did happen; I thought it would happen.hala₂
kāinoakāinoa hiki hopelate registrationhiki hope
 kāinoa hiki muapreregistrationhiki mua
 Ua kāinoa ʻoe i kēnā puke?Did you check out that book?kāinoa
 palapala kāinoaregistration formkāinoa komo
 Ua hele wau i ka hale waihona puke no ke kāinoa ʻana i kekahi mau puke kumuhana e pili ana i ke kai.I went to the library to check out some information books about the sea.puke kumuhana
kaiʻokiaKe hōʻike mai nei ke akua, ua kaiʻokia ka make o āu mau keiki.The god reveals that your children are spared.kaiʻokia
 Ma ka inoa o kona kānāwai mau, kaiʻokia kānāwai, no laila, ʻaʻole, he luku hou ʻana a Lonoikamakahiki.In the name of his customary law, sea-separation law, so there was no more destruction by Lonoikamakahiki.kaiʻokia
KaiolohiaWaiho akaaka ke kula o Kaiolohia, ka lele maʻopu a ka wai a ka nāulu.The Kaiolohia plain stays clear as the water of the nāulu shower leaps downward.maʻopu
 Kaiolohiafluctuation [or sounding] sea. [Place Names of Hawaiʻi: lit. tranquil sea]olohia
KaionaKa ʻaka hehē a ka manu a Kaiona.The loud laughter of the birds [people] of Kaiona.hehē
 Nani ke kula a Kaiona i ka hoʻolaʻi a ʻiwa.The plain of Kaiona is pretty as the frigate birds soar.Kaiona
KaipuhaʻaĀlai ʻia aʻela e Nounou, nalo Kaipuhaʻa i ka laulā mauka o KapaʻaNounou is screened, the-low-calabash is lost in the wide expanse inland of Kapaʻa,Nounou
kaiuaE kaiua i ka hoʻokahe i ka wai.Continue to irrigate.kaiua₁
kaiueKe lawe ʻia ala kaʻu aloha e ka hope kaiue o ka Mauna Loa.My love is carried away there by the pitching stern of the Mauna Loa [ship].kaiue₁
KaʻiulaniKaʻiulaniThe royal sacred oneʻiu₁
KaiwipoʻoKaiwipoʻo.Calvary (partial loan translation of Latin calvaria, bare skull).iwi poʻo
kakaKaka ihola ʻoia i ka pua.He then shot the arrow.kaka₃
kākāKe pau ka ʻai ʻana a ka moa, kākā i ka nuku.When the chicken finishes eating, it shakes its beak.kākā₁
 pili kākā laloto place betskākā₁
kakaʻaLele mai he mokulele i ʻano hapakuʻe kona mau ʻenekina me ʻelua wale mau ʻenekina e kakaʻa ana.An airplane came, the motors of which were somewhat crippled … only two motors were turning over.hapakuʻe
kākaʻahiE haumāna, ua heluhelu anei ʻoukou i pepa kākaʻahi i ka nei?Students, did you read the handouts last night?pepa kākaʻahi
kakaʻalawakanu kakaʻalawa i ka hulito plant taro stalks sufficiently far apartkakaʻalawa
KākaʻeNona ka hale i Kaumailani, no Kākaʻe no ka leo pihano.His is the house at Kaumailani, for Kākaʻe, the weak-voiced.pihano
kakahaKakaha maka o ka ʻilima.The center of the ʻilima flowers turn.kakaha
 ʻAʻole wau i kakaha i ka haʻiʻōlelo o nehinei.I didn't take notes on yesterday's lecture.kakaha
 E kakaha wau.I'll make a note of that.kakaha
kakaheE kakahe mai nohoʻi kumu mua i ka wela loa o ke ahi.And the elements shall meet in the great heat of the fire.kakahe
kakahiKakahi Lahaina i ka malino.Solitary Lahaina in the calm.kakahi
kakahiakaE mikiʻala mai i ke kakahiaka nui.Be here promptly in the early morning.mikiʻala
 Ua panekai ʻole ia ā hiki aku i ke kakahiaka.That night the tide did not move in until morning.panekai
 kakahiaka poniponipurple morning [before dawn]poniponi
 ʻO ka iliau loha i ka , pūʻolo hau kakahiaka.The iliau plant drooping by day, the carrier of morning dew.pūʻolo
 ke ʻalohi kea o ke ano kakahiakathe white light of morningʻalohi
 Huhulu iʻi ka hulu o ka manu i ka ua kakahiaka.Tousled were the feathers of the bird in the morning rain.huhulu iʻi
 kakahiaka nuiearly morningkakahiaka
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kakaʻiKakaʻi ka pua puaʻa i ka mālie, he ʻino.When the little pigs follow in the calm, it is bad weather [pun on puapuaʻa clouds piling up in the sky].pua puaʻa
 Kakaʻi ka ʻaha.A prayer is rendered. [same as kaʻi ka ʻaha, see ʻaha₃]kakaʻi
 ʻOia hōkū he nui wale e kakaʻi hele ana ma ka pōnaha lani.There are the many stars moving in groups in the firmament.kakaʻi
 he ala kakaʻi palia road following cliff topskakaʻi pali
kākaikini kākaipail with a handlekākai
 kini kākaipail with a handlekini₅
 kākai pahu ʻukuleleʻukulele case handlekākai
kakaʻiāheleKe kakaʻiāhele ala lākou.They went in single file.kakaʻiāhele
kakaʻikahiKakaʻikahi ka mauʻu o kēia ʻāina.The grass on this land is sparse.kakaʻikahi
 He kakaʻikahi loa kānaka ʻōpio i hiki ke lanakila maluna ona ma ke kākela ʻana ma kēia manu ʻike apau.Few young men could best him in clever performance of all these skills.kākela₁
kākaʻikahiUa kākaʻikahi wale ka hua ʻulu o mākou kumu ʻulu i kēia kau.There were only a few breadfruit on our breadfruit tree this season.kākaʻikahi
 Kākaʻikahi mākua e kūʻai i ka māpala na lākou poʻe keiki.Rarely would parents buy marbles for their children.māpala₂
kakaʻinaʻO kakaʻina a me loina liʻiliʻi ʻē aʻe o ke ʻano hoʻomana.Sequences and various small rules of a religious nature.kakaʻina
 He kakaʻina kēia puke no kekahi moʻopuke...This book is one of a series of books...moʻopuke
kakakaUa mākaukau lākou i kakaka.They were adept at shooting bows.kakaka₁
 Lena lākou i lākou mau alelo, e like me lākou kakaka, no ka wahaheʻe.They bend their tongues like their bows for lies.lena₃
kākākauE kākākau ana kamaliʻi i ke kumu.The children are writing to the teacher.kākākau₁
 Kākākau ka ʻāina i ka pali.The scars are engraved on the cliff.kākākau₁
kākalaHe ʻōpuʻu ʻoe, he kākala kēlā.You have young spurs, that one [a cock with old] spurs.ʻōpuʻu₁
 Ua wini kākala.The spurs are sharp [said of a youth who has reached manhood].wini₁
 leo kākalaharsh, grating voicekākala₁
kakalaʻihiHe mana kūkulu kakalaʻihi.Power established oppressive.kakalaʻihi
kākalaioaka paʻapaʻaʻina o kākalaioathe crackling of thornspaʻapaʻaʻina₁
  kākalaioafilled with thorns, wild, rude; to ragekākalaioa₁
 lei kākalaioacrown of thorns [as worn by Christ]kākalaioa₁
kākalaioiaʻO ka hua kākalaioia, ʻo ia mākou māpala.The kakalaoia seeds were our marbles.kākalaioa₂
kakaleʻai kakalepoi cocktail, thin poikakale
kakaliE kakali wale ana ʻo Loa i ke kīloi ʻia mai i hiki ai ia ke ʻaliupa.Loa was just waiting to be passed the ball so that he could make the Alley-oop play.ʻaliupa
kakalinaʻūhōloʻa kakalinacarburetor, as in an internal combustion enginekakalina
kakanokakano heleto keep going onkakano
kakaʻoKakaʻo ka waha o ka ua, nahua i ka nahele.Lofty the mouth of the rain, pelting down in the forest.kakaʻo₁
kakapama kakapa o ka lokoalong the edges of the pondkakapa
kākauE kākau ʻoe me nei.Write like this.me₂
 Inā maopopo ʻole, kākau .If [you] don't understand, write anyway.nō₃
 kākau ʻōlelo pilikinoprivate secretarypilikino
 kākau uhito tattoo solidlyuhi₁
 kākau ʻāpukaforgerykākau₁
 kākau ʻia maiwritten to us (as a report submitted)kākau₁
 kākau ʻoleunwrittenkākau₁
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kakehula kakehula danced to a garbled chantkake₁
 ke pihi kakeshift keykake
 haʻi kake kaʻinapermutatorial coefficient, in mathkake kaʻina
 ʻO ke kake iki akula ia o Niu, a hoʻōho maila ka ʻuao i ka ʻaʻena ʻekolu kekona.Niu just shifted a little, and the official called him on the three-second violation.ʻaʻena
KākeaHe Kākea ka makani kulakulaʻi kauhale o Mānoa.The Kākea wind that pushes over the houses of Mānoa [said of one who is excessively aggressive].Kākea
kakekakeE holo kakekake ai ke aho i ka lima.The line runs and jerks in the hand.kakekake
kākelaHe kakaʻikahi loa kānaka ʻōpio i hiki ke lanakila maluna ona ma ke kākela ʻana ma kēia manu ʻike apau.Few young men could best him in clever performance of all these skills.kākela₁
 He hele lanakila wale mākou i mākou noho ʻana i ke kākela o ke keiki aliʻi.We were given the run of the house while we stayed at the castle of the prince.hele lanakila
  kākelachess
kākeleaho kākele, aho kālewatrolling lineaho₁
 lawe ipu kākelebearer of ointment calabashkākele₁
 Naʻu e kākele a mau ia pua.I will cast and get this flower.kākele₂
 Kākele mai.Come on; act now.kākele₃
 Nāna i kākele ke kaona .She's the one to do the town.kākele₃
 Kuʻu lio kākele lina poepoe.My racing horse [in the] round track.lina₃
 palena kākeletransform boundarykākele
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kakenakakena kūlokointernal drivekakena
 kakena paʻalokohard drivekakena
 E kīpeku i ke mai ke kakena.Eject the disk from the drive.kīpeku₂
 kakena kūlokointernal drive, on a computerkūloko
 kakena kūwahoexternal drive, on a computerkūwaho
kākepa lei maile e kākepa ana ma ka ʻāʻī ā kuʻuwelu akula ma ka ʻaoʻao.Maile leis crossing at the neck and hanging down on the side.kākepa
kākikelepona kāki haʻithird-party call; to make such a callhaʻi₇
 kelepona kāki hikicollect call; to make such a callhiki₃
 waihona kākicharge account, credit account, as in a bankkāki
 kelepona kāki haʻithird-party call; to make such a callkāki iā haʻi
 kelepona kāki hikicollect call; to make such a callkāki hiki
 helu kelepona kāki ʻoletoll-free numberkāki ʻole
 ʻEhia ka palena kumu hōʻaiʻē ma kāu ʻea kāki?What's the credit limit on your credit card?kumu hōʻaiʻē
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kākïE kauhapa ʻoe i ka pili i ka e kākï ai.Overlap the shingle when you nail it down.kauhapa
kākiaEia mai au o ʻuku liʻi, kākia kui nao a ke akamai.Here am I, so petite, skilled in hammering big nails.kākia₁
 hale kākia kāmaʻa lioblacksmith shopkākia₁
kākiʻiKākiʻi maila ʻo Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kahakaloa i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo. i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo.Kahakaloa brandished his war club so as to reach Kawelo's waist.ʻaʻa₂
 Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kahakaloa i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo. i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo.Kahakaloa brandished his war club so as to reach Kawelo's waist.ʻaʻa₂
kākikokākiko miomioprecision bitmappingkākiko
 Ua kākiko ʻia kēia kiʻi kiko ma kēnā mīkini paʻi.This bitmapped graphic image was bitmapped on that printer.kiʻi kiko
 kākiko miomioprecision bitmappingmiomio
kākini kākinigarterskākini₁
kākinoeakākinoea lānahucoal gasification, i.e. the process in which steam and hot coal produce hydrocarbonskākinoea
kākiwiUa like ke kanu ʻana (o ke olonā) me ke kanu ʻana a ka wauke, he ohiohi kekahi, he mauwā kahiko kekahi; he pālaha naʻe kona i lalo, a ma ka lālā e ulu kākiwi aʻe ai.The planting (of olonā) was like the planting of wauke, some (slips) were young shoots, some (from) fallen trunks; but they spread downward, and from the branches layerings grew.ohiohi₁
 pahi kākiwisicklekākiwi₁
 ʻAʻole i pau ʻia nei kākiwi a leo poloʻai i ke aliʻi.The chain of voices summoning the chief was not ended.kākiwi₂
KakolikaKa Manuale Kakolika.The Catholic Manual.manuale
kākomoHiki ke kākomo ʻia ka ʻikepili mai kekahi hōkeo ʻikepili a i kekahi.Data can be imported from one database to another.kākomo
kākonaKākona ke ahi, hāʻule wale iho .The fire[brand] fails, it falls short.kākona
kākonakonāKalaʻe peʻe kākonakonā.Kalaʻe hides and avoids contact [said of the timid kauā, outcasts, of Kalaʻe, Molokaʻi].kākonakonā
kākoʻokākoʻo hapa ʻuʻukuaffirmative actionʻuʻuku
 aupuni kākoʻoallyaupuni
 kākoʻo hapa ʻuʻukuaffirmative actionhapaʻuʻuku
 Ā ʻo ka ʻoiaʻiʻo hoʻi ke kākoʻo o kona kīkala.Truth then is the girdle of his reins.kākoʻo
 manaʻo kākoʻosupporting idea, as in a compositionkākoʻo
 mea kākoʻosponsorkākoʻo
 Na ka poʻe aloha ʻāina Hawaiʻi i kākoʻo ka mōʻī.Hawaiian patriots supported their king.aloha ʻāina
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kākouKe hoʻomalihini mai nei kahi moa a kākou.Our chicken reveals that guests are coming.malihini
 E malo kai kākou i wahi mea e ʻai ai.Let's wet our loin-cloths so as to get something to eat [a circumlocution; to mention that one was going fishing was thought to bring bad luck].malo kai
 E hoʻomalu kākou ʻoiai e hoʻomaka ana ka hālāwai.Let us be quiet while the meeting begins.malu₁
 Ua hoʻomalu ʻia kākou e ke aupuni.We are protected by the government.malu₁
 Mānai pua ana kākou.We are stringing flowers.mānai
 Kaniʻuhū a hoʻomanoninia no kākou lāhui, no ke emi ʻana mai.Grief and sadness for our race, for its decreasing.manoninia
 E hoʻomaopopo aku ʻoe, i ka hola ʻehia kākou e hele ai.Find out what hour we are going.maopopo
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kākuaKākua pūʻali, hume malo, uhi ʻahuʻula, kōkī mahiole.Tighten the belt, don the malo, drape the feather cloak, put on the feather helmet.pūʻali₂
 Ka ʻohu kākua o Kīlauea.The mist that forms a sarong for Kīlauea.kākua₁
 Kākua pūʻali, hume malo, uhi ʻahuʻula, kōkī mahiole.Tighten the belt, don the malo, drape the feather cloak, put on the feather helmet.kōkī₂
kākuhiE kākuhi ʻoe i ka nui o ka ua o Waiʻaleʻale no hoʻokahi makahiki.Chart the rainfall on Waiʻaleʻale for one year.kākuhi
 kākuhi i ke kikoto graph the pointkākuhi
 kākuhi kaʻinato make a flow chartkākuhi
 mīkini kākuhigraphing calculatorkākuhi
KākuhihewaʻO luna, ʻo lalo, ʻo uka, ʻo kai, ʻo ka moa kona a me Kākuhihewa.Above, below, inland, seaward, the chicken is his and Kākuhihewa's. (For. 4:510) [moa here probably represents supreme rule: cf. Kawelo's chant, below: ]moa₁
 Ke one ʻai aliʻi o Kākuhihewa.The chief-destroying sands of Kākuhihewa [said of O'ahu because of the prophecy made by Kaʻōpulupulu about the death of the Oʻahu chiefs upon the coming of foreigners].one
 ʻAʻole naʻe he hina o ke kanaka o Kākuhihewa i kaikuaʻana o Kawelo.But the older brothers of Kawelo did not throw Kākuhihewa's man.hina₁
kākupuI ka i pau ai ka noho mana ʻana o kona ʻohana, ua kolo kākupu aku ʻo ia, e haʻalele ana i kona one hānau e ʻimi i ʻāina palekana o ka noho ʻana.When his family's rule ended, he expatriated, fleeing his birthplace in search of a safe place to live.kolo kākupu
kalakala paipupipe wrenchpaipu
 He ʻālana ka mea e hāʻawi aku ai e kala ʻia mai ai ka hula o ka mea lawehala.An ʻālana is the thing given so that the sin of a transgressor will be pardoned.ʻālana₁
 ʻO ke kahu ʻanāʻanā aka mai ma ke kala ʻana i ka ʻanāʻanā ʻia mai e kekahi.The master of black magic skillful in countering the sorcery being directed at him by another.ʻanāʻanā
 e kala kahiko i au walegone a long time ago, long pastau₁
 Ke kala mai i ka ʻino a me ka hala.Forgiving iniquity and transgression and sin.hala₁
 hio kalainside angle of gableshio₂
 Kāne i ke kala, kala i ka hua o ka waha.Kāne stand to forgive, forgive the words of the mouth.hua₆
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kālākālā mālamasavings, as money saved on a sale item; value.mālama₁
 Ua mio ʻia aku nei ke kālā a Paulo.Paul's money was quickly stolen.mio₁
 ʻO ka puni kālā ʻo ka mole ia o ka hewa.Love of money is the root of evil.mole₁
 hoʻomomole ma ka hāʻawi kālā ʻanaslow about payingmomole₂
 mea ʻohi kālācashier, money collectorʻohi₁
  kālā no ke ola o ka nūpepamoney for the support of the newspaperola₁
 Ua hoʻopailua loa mākou i kēia kālā, ua pākuʻi.We are sick of this money, [it's] foul smelling.pākuʻi₃
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KalāʻauHala aʻe ka lae o Kalāʻau, oni ana Molokaʻi mamua.Passing Kalāʻau Point, Molokaʻi appears ahead.oni
 Huki i ka lani, ka lae o Kalāʻau.Reaching to the sky is Kalāʻau Point.huki₁
KalaʻeKalaʻe peʻe kākonakonā.Kalaʻe hides and avoids contact [said of the timid kauā, outcasts, of Kalaʻe, Molokaʻi].kākonakonā
 He Kalaʻe au, he ʻaʻe .I am from Ka-laʻe, a taboo breaker.Kalaʻe
kalaʻeaHe ʻōlelo kalaʻea wale Hākau ʻUmi.Hākau spoke only roughly to ʻUmi.kalaʻea
KalaeloaʻUla Kalaeloa i ka lepo a ka makani, hoʻonuʻanuʻa i ka lepo.Kalaeloa is red with the wind's dirt, encrusted with dirt.nuʻanuʻa
 ʻUla Kalaeloa i ka lepo a ka makani, hoʻonuʻanuʻa i ka lepo.Kalaeloa is red with the wind's dirt, encrusted with dirt.hoʻonuʻanuʻa
kalaheaKalahea i ka make.Announce the death.kalahea
KalāhikiolaKohala makani ʻĀpaʻapaʻa, ʻāina o nāpuʻu haele lua o Pili me Kalāhikiola.Kohala with its ʻApaʻapaʻa wind, land where the hills Pili and Kalāhikiola go by twos.haele
KalahumokuE ao naʻe ʻoe Kalahumoku.Beware then of Kalahumoku.ao₄
kālaiUa kālai pauʻaka ʻia ke poʻo o ke kiʻi.The head of the image is carved grotesquely.pauʻaka₁
 Ka Monroe kahua kālai ʻaina.Monroe doctrine about land division.kahua₁
 kālai ʻana o ke kuketariff policykālai
 kōʻele kālai waʻacanoe-making for a chiefkōʻele₂
 Liʻu ka ʻike i ke kālai waʻa.He's skilled in canoe carving.liʻu₃
kālaiʻāinaUa hoʻomaka ʻia hoʻoikaika pāloka ʻana mawaena o kālaiʻāina ʻekolu.Political campaigns were begun by three political parties; lit., ballot strengthening.ikaika₁
 ʻaoʻao kālaiʻāinapolitical partykālaiʻāina
 kahua kālaiʻāinaplatform, i.e. a declaration of principles and policies adopted by a political party or candidatekālaiʻāina
 kīpaku luna kālaiʻāinarecall, i.e. the right or procedure by which an elected official may be removed from office (and kīpeku luna kālaiʻāina)kālaiʻāina
 Kūpipipi kānaka i kēlā ʻaha kālaiʻāina.The people at that political meeting were jam packed.kūpipipi
 ʻOiai ua loaʻa he mau ʻaoʻao kālaiʻāina ma ke aupuni o ʻAmelika Hui ʻia, ʻōlelo wale ʻia he aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua ia no ka nānā nui ʻia o ʻelua wale ʻaoʻao.Although there are a number of political parties in the U.S., it is generally said that it is a two-party system since only two parties are considered by most.aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua
 Hālāwai ʻaoʻao kālaiʻāina ma kahi kaʻawale ma ka haiamui no ka hoʻoholo ʻana ʻo wai ana luna o ia mau ʻaoʻao no kēia makahiki.Political parties meet separately in caucus to decide who will be their party leaders for the year.haiamui
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KalaʻiākeaE keiki o Hawaiʻi, hiʻia i ka hana mau ʻia e ka makani anu Kalaʻiākea.O children of Hawaiʻi, sustained by the constant action of the cool Kalaʻiākea wind.hiʻia
kālaiʻālelokālaiʻālelo haʻapili ʻiaapplied linguisticshaʻapili
kālaianiauHoʻāʻo ka poʻe kālaianiau e koho i ke kumu o kekahi mau mea i hana ʻia ma ke aniau.Climatologists try to determine the source of certain climatic phenomena.kālaianiau
 kanaka kālaianiauclimatologist. (also mea kālaianiau).kālaianiau
kalaʻihiKūkulu kalaʻihi ka i Mānā.Established [like] the sun's oppression at Mānā [of a boaster].kalaʻihi
 Lāʻau kalaʻihi ia na ke anu.It is a tree made rigid by the cold.kalaʻihi
 Kalaʻihi ka lani, kūpilikiʻi ka honua.Stormy the sky, distressed the earth [an angry chief].kūpilikiʻi
kālaihoʻokeleMa mākou papa kālaihoʻokele waiwai, aʻo mākou i ʻōnaehana hoʻokele waiwai like ʻole o ʻāina like ʻole.In our economics class, we learn about the different economic systems of different countries.kālaihoʻokele waiwai
kālaiʻikeHe wahi kālaiʻike ke kulanui.The university is an academic institution.kālaiʻike
kālaikalaimakanaka kālaikalaimacriminologistkālaikalaima
 mea kālaikalaimacriminologistkālaikalaima
kālaikanumea kālaikanuhorticulturistkālaikanu
kālaikapakālaikapa inoataxonomy, the science of classifying plants and animalsinoa
kālailawenaMa ke kālailawena, noiʻi ka poʻe noʻeau i ke kumu o ka lawena o kekahi poʻe.In behavioral science, experts examine why people behave the way they do.kālailawena
kalaimahana kalaimacriminal actkalaima
 kānāwai (hoʻopaʻi) kalaima (karaima)penal code, criminal codekānāwai
 lawelawe hoʻopiʻi kalaimacriminal procedurelawelawe₁
 kānāwai kalaimacriminal law, i.e. the law of crimes and their punishmentskalaima
 kanaka kālaimeheu kalaimacriminalistkālaimeheu kalaima
 mea kālaimeheu kalaimacriminalistkālaimeheu kalaima
 E hoʻopaʻa ana wau i ke kānāwai kalaima ma ke kula i hiki ai iaʻu ke lilo i loio.I am going to study criminal law so I can become a lawyer.kānāwai kalaima
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kālaimanaʻokaʻu mau kālaimanaʻo ʻanamy thoughts, opinionskālaimanaʻo₁
 Nui maoli ka ʻeu o ka paio kālaimanaʻo o moho nui ʻehā i hōʻikeʻike ʻia ma ke kelewikiona i ka nei.The debate between the four main candidates that was broadcast on television last night was very lively.moho
 hui paio kālaimanaʻodebate clubpaio kālaimanaʻo
 Ke hāpai maila ka luna hoʻomalu o ka ʻaha kenekoa e komo i ka ʻaelike hoʻōki i hiki ke hoʻopau i ka paio kālaimanaʻo a hoʻoholo i ka pila.The senate leader is proposing that the session enter into cloture so that the debate can end and the bill be decided.ʻaelike hoʻōki
kālaimeaolakanaka kālaimeaolabiologistkālaimeaola
 mea kālaimeaolabiologistkālaimeaola
 ʻohana kālaimeaolabiological familykālaimeaola
 Ke hana nei ʻo Kale no kōna kēkelē laeʻula ma ke kālaimeaola.Kale is working on his doctorate degree in biology.laeʻula
kālaimeheukanaka kālaimeheu kalaimacriminalistkālaimeheu kalaima
 mea kālaimeheu kalaimacriminalistkālaimeheu kalaima
kalainakalaina wāwaecarved footprints, as in a rockkalaina
kālaipiliwahineHe polokalamu kālaipiliwahine maikaʻi loa ko ia kulanui.That university has a very good women’s studies program.kālaipiliwahine
kālaipuolokālaipuolo lāhuiethnomusicologykālaipuolo
 kanaka kālaipuolomusicologistkālaipuolo
 mea kālaipuolomusicologistkālaipuolo
kalaiwakalaiwa kaʻato drive a car; car driverkalaiwa
 E makaʻala i alanui holokahi o ke kaona ke kalaiwa ʻoe ma ia wahi.Be careful of the one-way streets in town when driving through there.holokahi
 kalaiwa paikikalabicycle handlebarspaikikala
 Ua hana kona kaikuaʻana ʻo Freddie i laila ma ke ʻano he kanaka kalaiwa kaʻa hāpai.His brother Freddie worked there as a fork lift driver.kaʻa hāpai
kālaiwaikanaka kālaiwaihydrologistkālaiwai
 Ma ke kālaiwai, nānā ʻia ke ʻano a me ka pōʻaiapuni ʻana o ka wai ma luna a ma lalo hoʻi o ka ʻili o ka honua.In hydrology, the nature and cycles of water are examined both above and below the earth's surface.kālaiwai
 mea kālaiwaihydrologistkālaiwai
kalakakalaka hoʻohaninidump truckhoʻohanini
 kalaka kauō.tow truck.kauō
 Ua pau ʻo ia i ke kalaka waiū i hoʻokuʻi ia i kona holo ʻana ma luna o kona mopeka.He was killed when a milk truck hit him while he was riding his moped.mopeka
kalakalaʻO ka ʻili kalakala, ʻili nākolokolo, kūakā ke kani, he kani kūpaukolo.A rough skin [of shark on a drum], a rumbling skin, a boom-boom sound, a rub-a-dub sound.kūakā
kalakalaiNui kalakalai, manumanu ka loaʻa.Much whittling, nicked product.manumanu
 hana kalakalaitrifling on inconsequential action, especially of a casual love affairkalakalai
kalakalaʻihiKalakalaʻihi kaha ka ma ke kua o Lehua, lūlana ihola ka pihe a ke akua.The sun passes hot at the back of Lehua [Island], stilling the shouts of the gods.kalakalaʻihi
KalākauaKalākaua he inoa, ka pua mae ʻole i ka .A name chant for Kalākaua, the flower that wilts not in the sun.kāwelu₂
 Inā i ola ʻo Kalākaua i kēia mau a kono ʻia maila e kau i ka mokuhali lewa lipo me kelalani, e hele ʻiʻo ʻo ia.If Kalākaua were alive today and invited to travel with the astronauts on a space ship, he would certainly go.mokuhali lewa lipo
 He kanaka hele nihi hoʻi ʻo Kalākaua.Kalākaua was also a diplomat.hele nihi
kalakoakalakoa me ona mau lipinecalico and also ribbonsona₅
kalakūʻO ke kalakū ʻoia ka mea kala aku me ka leo nui.The kalakū is the one who announces in a loud voice.kalakū₁
 Kalakū Hilo i ka ua.Hilo is shivering in the rain.kalakū₃
Kalalauhele i Kalalaugo to Kalalau [go astray; see lalau]Kalalau
 Ke lalau wale ʻo Puna i Kalalau.Puna strays to The-stray [many puns illustrating a wandering mind refer to Kalalau, Kauaʻi: see Pukui, Elbert, and Mookini].lalau
 aia akula i Kalalauthere at Straying [said of one who behaves foolishly]Kalalau
kalalealālani kalaleaprotruding line [of dorsal fins of sharks above the water]kalalea
 oni kalalea ke a ka lāʻau loathe tall tree stands and projects prominently [of an important person]kalalea
kalalīNoho ana ka makuahine i ka ʻoluʻolu, hele ke keiki i ke kalalī.The mother stays in comfort, the child goes away with pride [a riddle: the answer is that the mother is the rough tip of a pandanus key, the child is the soft base made into a lei that is proudly worn].kalalī
KalamaUa neʻe akula ʻo Kalama i mua o Mānai no ka ʻākeʻa ʻana i ia ala ʻāpō ʻana mai.Kalama moved in front of Mānai to block out his attempt to rebound.ʻākeʻa
kalamelakanakē kalamelacaramel candykalamela
 kanakē kalamela.caramel candy.kanakē
kalamenakalamena kuaʻulared-backed salamanderkalamena
kalana kalana olalife-giving sunkalana₂
 hōʻikeʻike kalanacounty fairhōʻikeʻike
 hōʻikeʻike kalanacounty fair (see fea)kalana
 Ua kīpaku ʻia ka meia ma muli o ka lilo malū o kekahi puʻu kālā o ke kalana.The mayor was recalled due to the illegal expenditure of county funds.kīpaku luna kālaiʻāina
 ʻaha kalanacounty councilʻaha
 Keʻena Hoʻolālā o ke KalanaCounty Planning Departmenthoʻolālā
kalanaʻehe kalanaʻe hoʻopau manawaone who works only when watched, a waster of timekalanaʻe
kalaniUa hoʻokuʻu ʻia ʻo kalani no ka manawa i hoʻopaʻi nōna.Kalani was suspended from school as his punishment.hoʻokuʻu no ka manawa
 Hui ʻia ke ʻala me ke onaona i lei ʻohu nou, ē Kalani.Combined are fragrance and sweetness into a lei to adorn you, O Queen.ʻohu
 Kaʻina mai ke akua pākanaka, he akua kanaka, ua walea wale, he akua kanaka, ʻo ʻoe ia, ē Kalani.Coming along is the god who knows mankind, a human god who pleases himself, a human god, such are you, O heavenly one.pākanaka
 Kaʻina mai ke akua pākanaka, he akua kanaka, ua walea wale, he akua kanaka, ʻo ʻoe ia, ē Kalani.Coming along is the god who knows mankind, a human god who pleases himself, a human god, such are you, O heavenly one.walea₁
 i ke au o Kalaniin the time of Kalaniau₁
kālanihapalua kālanihalf gallonkālani
 ʻōmole kālanigallon jar, gallon jugkālani
kalanianaʻoleKalanianaʻole.The incomparably exalted one.ana ʻole
 Kalanianaʻole.The incomparably exalted one.lani₂
KalaninuikualiholihoikekapuKalaninuikualiholihoikekapu [Ka lani nui kua liholiho i ke kapu]The great chief with the burning back taboo [he could not be approached from behind].liholiho
KalaninuimākolukoluikekapuKalaninuimākolukoluikekapu.The great chief thickly surrounded by taboo.mākolukolu₁
KalaniʻōpuʻuKalaniʻōpuʻu.The whale-tooth pendant high chief.ʻōpuʻu₂
 Kauluwela ka moana i ʻau waʻa kaua o Kalaniʻōpuʻu; aia koa ke ʻaʻahu i lākou mau ʻahu ʻula o waihoʻoluʻu like ʻole.The ocean was swarming with the fleet of war canoes of Kalaniʻōpuʻu; the warriors were wearing their feather cloaks of varied colors.kauluwela₂
KalapanaNiu moe a Kalapana.The supine coconut palm of Kalapana. [Young trees were bent over and made to grow crookedly, in order to commemorate great events; two of such trees were at Kalapana in 1950].niu₁
kalapepeloI ka kaua, nui ke kalapepelo e hoʻopuka ʻia e ke aupuni.In time of war, a lot of propaganda is put out by the government.kalapepelo
kalaponaMa ka helu makahiki kalapona ʻana, hiki ke ʻike ʻia ka i paʻa mai ai kekahi pōhaku a i ʻole ka i hana ʻia ai kekahi mea koehana.By carbon dating, the time a rock was formed or the time an artifact was made can be determined.helu makahiki kalapona
 ʻakika kalaponacarbonic acidkalapona
 ʻakika pūhui kalaponacarboxylic acidkalapona
 helu makahiki kalaponacarbon dating, radiocarbon datekalapona
 piʻo kalaponacarbon arckalapona
 pōʻaiapuni ʻokikene kalapona ʻokikene luaoxygen-carbon dioxide cyclekalapona ʻokikene lua
 ʻakika pūhui kalaponacarboxylic acidpūhui
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kalapuE kalapu aʻe ā paʻa ka ʻie.Strap the basket securely.kalapu₃
KalapueoHeleāiʻa maila kēia a pae ma Kalapueo, ma Waimānalo.He continued on as a fish and landed at Kalapueo, Waimānalo.heleāiʻa
kalaunuʻO ke kumu kūʻai no kalaunu ʻelua ka 1,000 paona.The two crowns together cost £1,000.paona₂
KalaupapaKalaupapaThe broad flat area.laupapa₁
kālawaUa kālawa aʻela ia mahope mai.He went to the back side and back.kālawa₂
kalawakelei ʻāʻī kalawakenecktiekalawake
 lei kalawakenecktiekalawake
kālawalawakanu kālawalawato plant here and therekālawalawa
kaleKale ʻŌpio.Charles, Junior.ʻōpio
 waha kaleto drool at the mouth, talk excessively, gushkale₁
 E hoʻihoʻi aku ʻoe i ka lio Kale.Take the horse back to Charles.hoʻihoʻi
 Ke piʻi paʻa mau mai nei ka nui ahu kāloaʻa o ka pūʻoi hana a Kale ma ke kumuloaʻa a me ka lako.Kaleʻs business has been steadily increasing its capital in profits as well as equipment.ahu kāloaʻa
 Ke kānāwai a KaleCharles' law, in science, i.e. the volume of a gas increases as its temperature increases if the pressure remains constantKale₂
 Ke hana nei ʻo Kale no kōna kēkelē laeʻula ma ke kālaimeaola.Kale is working on his doctorate degree in biology.laeʻula
kālēHe aha hoʻi kēia kālē nui wale?What's the reason for this great disinclination to move about?kālē
kāleʻaMa pule kāleʻa, he pule kāhea i ʻaumākua.And kāleʻa prayers, prayers calling … the family gods.kāleʻa
KaleiNui ka ʻōlelo hoʻomaikaʻi a ka luna aʻoākumu ma muli o ka maikaʻi o kāna kilona aʻo ma ka papa a Kumu Kalei.The student teacher supervisor had a lot of good things to say because of her good observations in Kumu Kalei’s class.kilona aʻo
 E hoʻoponopono ʻia ana ko Kalei papa heʻe nalu; ua haki ke kūhoe.Kalei’s surfboard is going to be repaired; the skeg is broken.kūhoe₂
 E Kalei, e lawe mai i ka palaoa napoe piha; e hana ana au i mau kanauika na kāua.Hey Kalei, bring the whole grain bread; I’m going to make some sandwiches for us.napoe piha
KaleikaumakaKaleikaumakaThe beloved child.maka₂
 Kaleikaumaka.Beloved child to be looked upon with pride and love.kau₁
kālekakāleka helu kuhi pukecatalog card, as in a libraryhelu kuhi puke
 kāleka alohagreeting cardkāleka
 kāleka hemo kulagraduation cardkāleka
 kāleka hānaubirthday cardkāleka
 kāleka piha makahikibirthday or anniversary cardkāleka
 kāleka puka kulagraduation cardkāleka
 He hōʻike kāna kāleka olakino he ahuahu wale kōna olakino.Her fitness card showed that she was in good health.kāleka olakino
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kalekaleHe iʻa maikaʻi ke kalekale.The kalekale is a good fish [said of a pleasant conversation, punning on kūkalekale, to chat].kalekale₂
kāleleHilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].hilinaʻi
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].hilinaʻi
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū. [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].kālele₁
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū. [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].kālele₁
 noho kālelearmchairkālele₁
kaleleiKalelei i ka makua.Turn to the parent with respect.kalelei₁
kālelewaʻAʻole naʻe i ka moku, kālelewa wale .But the ship did not anchor, it just lay off.kālelewa
KalenaKīʻililī ka pua hau o Kalena.The hau blossom of Kalena squats [said of beauties who squat but do no work; play on lena, lazy, in Ka-lena].kīʻililī₁
kālenaHoʻokahi ʻohina, piha kuʻu ʻeke kālena.Only one collecting, my coin purse is full.ʻohina
 He kālena ko Kaʻupena no ke oli ʻana.Kaʻupena has a talent for chanting.kālena
KaleoKe kali akula ʻo Kaleo i ke ala āna e hahau aku ai i ka uku pānaʻi!Kaleo is waiting for a way to get his restitution!uku pānaʻi
kālepaʻo ka puka a me ka pohō ma hana kālepaprofit and loss in merchandising affairspohō₁
 moku kālepatrading shipkālepa₁
 E hāʻawi ana ʻo Tūtū i kona kuleana hapa ma luna o ko ka ʻohana hui kālepa i kāna mau moʻopuna.Tūtū is going to give her interest in the family business to her grandchildren.kuleana hapa
KaleponiA ʻike ihola lāua i kula gula o Kaleponi a me hihipeʻa o ka pūʻali o Panamā.They saw the gold fields of California and the jungles of the isthmus of Panama.hihipeʻa
 ʻAʻole ʻoe pēlā mamua, he kime heihei no Kaleponiyou weren't like that before, a racing team from California.kime
 mauʻu KaleponiCalifornia grassKaleponi
 He lāʻau malihini ka mauʻu Kaleponi e laha ʻino nei ma ka ʻāina o mokupuni nui a pau o Hawaiʻi.California grass is an introduced plant that is overunning the land on all the major islands of Hawaiʻi.mauʻu Kaleponi
kālewaaho kākele, aho kālewatrolling lineaho₁
 ʻaho kālewatrolling linekālewa₁
 Kālewa mauka o Mikilua.[mist] drifting by the uplands of Mikilua.kālewa₁
kaliKali i ka makani ʻōahi.Wait for the firebrand wind.makani₁
 E kali kāua a hoʻāhiahi iho.Let's wait until evening begins to fall.ahiahi
 He kali koʻu waha, ā he kali hoʻi koʻu elelo.I am slow of speech and slow of tongue.kali₁
 He kali koʻu waha, ā he kali hoʻi koʻu elelo.I am slow of speech and slow of tongue.kali₁
 Kali iki.Wait a moment, just a minute.kali₁
 E kali ana au ā kuauhā ʻia mai.I'm waiting to be advised.kuauhā
 E kali iho a liʻuliʻu.Wait a while.liʻuliʻu
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kālīkālī iʻastring of fishkālī
 kālī pahūpahūstring of firecrackerskālī
 kālī pahūpahūstring of firecrackerspahūpahū
KāliaKa iʻa pīkoi ʻo Kālia, he kanaka ka pīkoi, he kanaka ka pōhaku.Kālia is a fishing net with human floats, human sinkers.pīkoi₃
 He kai hului Kālia.A sea for dragnet fishing at Kālia.hului₁
kālikiUa kāliki ʻia ā pūʻali ke kino o ka wahine.The body of the woman is corseted and pulled tight.pūʻali₂
 Kāliki i paʻa ka pāʻele i ka waʻa.So the black paint will adhere to the canoe.kāliki
 kāliki pūlimawrist bracekāliki
KalikianoHoʻoikaika Kalikiano.Christian Endeavor Society.ikaika₁
 Hoʻokumu 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
 Hoʻoikaika Kalikiano.Christian Endeavor Society.hoʻoikaika
KalikimakaMele Kalikimaka.Merry Christmas.mele₃
 Mele Kalikimaka.Merry Christmas.Kalikimaka
 E hoʻopaʻa kākou i moʻohelu kālā no ka pāʻina Kalikimaka.Let's make a budget for the Christmas party.hoʻopaʻa moʻohelu kālā
 Ua kau ʻo ia i ka wehi Kalikimaka ma ke pani puka.She placed the Christmas ornament on the door.pani puka
 pōpō wehi lāʻau KalikimakaChristmas ball, the tree ornamentwehi
 wehi lāʻau KalikimakaChristmas tree ornamentwehi
Kalileo mahina ʻo KalileoGalilean moonsKalileo
kāliloliloKālilolilo hoʻi kēlā ʻano hānau ʻana.At that kind of birth, life hangs in the balance.kālilolilo
kalimakalima huipawhipped creamhuipa
 kokoleka me ke kalima huipachocolate with whipped creamkalima huipa
 kokoleka me ke kalima huipachocolate with whipped creamkokoleka
 Ua hōʻalu hou aʻela ʻo Kalima i ka hola o ka hālāwai.Kalima postponed the time of the meeting again.hōʻalu₂
kalinakalina paʻu kūlinacorn smutkalina paʻu
KālinaKa muliwai ʻo KālinaDarling RiverKālina
kalīola‘ōlelo kalīola Hawai‘iHawai‘i Creole languagekalīola
kalipakāʻawe kalipaslipper strapkāʻawe₂
kalipunakalipuna ʻokesailihatecalcium oxilateʻokesailihate
kaliuʻO ke kaliu kekahi o ia i ka wai o ka waʻa.The kaliu is a bailer to bail the water that gets in the canoe.kaliu
Kaliʻu ia heʻa hala o Kaliʻuthis destroyed pandanus of Kaliʻu is struck [Pele's destruction of Hiʻiaka's pandanus trees]heʻa
KaliuwaʻaKuʻu kaikuaʻana o ka pali hiʻi, pali kuʻi o Kaliuwaʻa.My older brother of the sheer cliff, steep cliffs of Kaliuwaʻa.kuʻi₇
kalomāla kalotaro patchmāla
 ʻAi i kalo moʻa.Eat cooked taro. [enjoy a life of ease, contentment]moʻa
 Mōhāhā kāna kalo.His taros are well filled out.mōhāhā₁
 ʻO ke kalo ka mua, ā mahope ka muʻu, ā mahope loa ka ʻae.First the kalo, then the muʻu, and finally the ʻae.muʻu₁
 Hui aku, hui mai, hui kalo me ka nāwao.Mixed here, mixed there, mixed wild taro with tame taro [utter confusion].nāwao₁
 Ōhāhā ka ulu ʻana o kēia kalo.This taro's growth is thrifty.ōhāhā₁
 He make ke kalo, ā ola i ke palili.The old taro stalk is dead, but survives in the shoots [the ancestors are dead, but survive in their offsprings].palili
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KāloaKapu Kāloa.Monthly taboo nights of ʻOle Pau and Kāloa Kū Kahi.Kāloa₂
kāloaʻaKe piʻi paʻa mau mai nei ka nui ahu kāloaʻa o ka pūʻoi hana a Kale ma ke kumuloaʻa a me ka lako.Kaleʻs business has been steadily increasing its capital in profits as well as equipment.ahu kāloaʻa
 Ma ke au o ka pōʻaiapuni kāloaʻa o kēia manawa, ke puka mai nei ke kūlana hoʻokele waiwai mai kōna nāwaliwali.According to the current business cycle, the economy is coming out of its weak period.pōʻaiapuni kāloaʻa
kalohekalohe ā lohe mai ke aʻomischievous beyond boundaryaʻo₁
kalokalo kalokalo leo ʻana no ke ola.Best wishes for health.kalokalo leo
KalolainaKa pae moku ʻo KalolainaCaroline Isles. also Ka pae moku ʻo KarolainaKalolaina
 Kalolaina ʻĀkauNorth Carolina; North CarolineanKalolaina
 Kalolaina HemaSouth Carolina; South CarolineanKalolaina
 Ka pae moku ʻo KalolainaCaroline Isles. also Ka pae moku ʻo Karolinapae moku
KālonaKa loke o Kālona.The rose of Sharon.Kālona₂
KaluaʻO lāua ʻiʻo, hākī koko nei ʻo Kalua.Their own flesh was Kalua, [their] blood issue.hākī
kāluapuaʻa kāluakālua pig, cooked in imupuaʻa₁
 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
KaluakoʻiEia aʻe ua keiki ʻopeʻope nui nei o Kaluakoʻi.Here's the Kaluakoʻi boy with the big bundle. [said of persons with big bundles, referring to Kūapakaʻa's bundle of rocks carried aboard a canoe].ʻopeʻope₁
kalukalupale kalukalumufflerkalukalu₃
 ʻOia kūmoena kalukalu hoʻi o Kapaʻa.That expanse of kalukalu grass of Kapaʻa.kūmoena₂
kālunuPehu kālunu ka limu o Manuʻakepa.Swollen with moisture is the moss of Manuʻakepa.kālunu
kāluʻupōhina luna i ke ao makani kāluʻugray above from the clouds swept by windkāluʻu
kamaʻO 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
 A waiho i ka ʻea iwi o kama hele.The traveler's bones are left in the air. [said of one dying in a foreign land]ʻea₈
 Enene akula ke kama iki.The little child makes creeping movements.enene₁
 kāna hānau kamahis wifehānau kama
 Ua kama ʻia i kaula a i hele ʻia.Tied with ropes and bound.hele₆
 hoʻohua kamato sire a child-hua kama
 kama ʻokoʻaunrelated child or person; offspring different from others in a familykama₁
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kāmaʻakāmaʻa miomioshoe with pointed toemiomio₂
 kāmaʻa pahinupatent-leather shoes; lit., shiny shoespahinu
 ʻili pale o kāmaʻasole of shoespale₁
 Pōholoholo maikaʻi ke kāmaʻa.The shoe is comfortably loose.pōholoholo
 Ua hemo akula ke kāmaʻa.The shoes are off.hemo₁
 Ua hemo kāmaʻa a Pua .Kū took off Pua's shoes.hemo₁
 E hoʻohinuhinu ana ʻo Keola i kona kāmaʻa.Keola is polishing his shoes.hinuhinu₁
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kamaʻāinaMai hili ʻiʻo paha au inā ʻaʻole kēia kamaʻāina.I might have gone quite astray had it not been for this native of the place.hili₂
 Koʻu kamaʻāina, kaʻu malihini.My host, my guest.kamaʻāina
 Mamua ke kamaʻāina, mahope ka malihini.First the native-born, then the stranger [often said before legendary battles in deciding who was to strike the first blow].kamaʻāina
 ʻO wai kou kamaʻāina a laila?Who was your host there?kamaʻāina
 Ua kamaʻāina au i lākou ʻano.I am accustomed to their ways.kamaʻāina
 lihi kamaʻāinaslight knowledge, casual acquaintancelihi₂
 He aha ke kumu pili o ka malihini ke make i ke kamaʻāina?What will the stranger stake if the game is lost to the local woman?kumu pili
kamaʻaluaUa kupa ā kamaʻalua i ke alo o haku.Well acquainted with and thoroughly accustomed to the presence of the chiefs.kamaʻalua
KamaʻeKāhiko ka nani i Kamaʻe, ke kaupoku o ke ʻala.Beauty adorns Kamaʻe, the greatest fragrance.kaupoku₁
kamaehu kamaehuto stand firmlykamaehu
kamaʻehuUa ʻōmea ʻia ke kuahiwi, kamaʻehu ʻōwela ulu wela ka lani.The hill is red-brown, the divine one is red-hot, hot waxing [in anger].kamaʻehu
kamaheleHe lālā kamahele ka lāʻau i ka pali.He is a far-reaching branch of the tree standing on the precipice [i.e., he is of very high rank because of inaccessibility].kamahele
kāmāhuaolahoʻoulu kāmāhuaola hunehune ʻūpīto grow hydroponically in vermiculitekāmāhuaola
 hoʻoulu kāmāhuaola oneto grow hydroponically in sandkāmāhuaola
 hoʻoulu kāmāhuaola waito grow hydroponically in waterkāmāhuaola
 māʻōʻāna kāmāhuaolahydroponic solutionkāmāhuaola
 māʻōʻāna kāmāhuaolahydroponic solution. see kāmāhuaolamāʻōʻāna
KamaileʻŌʻili pulelo ke ahi o Kamaile.The firebrands of Kamaile rise in triumph.pulelo
 ʻIke ʻoia i ka wahine maikaʻi o Kamaile, ʻo ka hoʻowahine ihola ia.He saw the beautiful womanliness of Kamaile, [and] took her as wife.wahine₁
 ke ahi o Kamailethe famous firebrands thrown over cliffs at Kamaile, Kauaʻiahi
 Ē ka wahine noho i ka makani, i ka makani Kauahae, i ke ahi lele o Kamaile.O lady dwelling in the wind, in the raging rain and wind, in the firebrands of Kamaile.Kauahae
 ʻŌʻili pulelo ke ahi o Kamaile.The firebrands of Kamaile rise in triumph,.ʻōʻili pulelo
kamaʻilioʻO ʻAlamila e hoʻomāhele ma kona kamaʻilio ʻana no mea e pili ana no ʻEnelani.Almira in her chatting led the conversation to things pertaining to England.-māhele
 ma ke kamaʻilio hoʻonāwele ʻanaby speaking softlynāwele
 Hele akula i kauhale e kamaʻilio ai, i laila pau koʻu hiamoe nui, ka hana ʻole.Going to houses of others and chatting, there saying that Iʻm sleeping all the time, doing no work.pau₂
  wai ʻoe i kamaʻilio ai?To whom did you speak?wai₅
 E kamaʻilio ā e aha?What's the use of talking?aha
 ʻOia kamaʻilio aku ā ʻea ka waha, ʻaʻohe lohe ʻia mai.While talking until the tongue is coated, [yet] no one is listened to.ʻaʻohe
 ʻOia kamaʻilio aku a ʻea ka waha, ʻaʻohe lohe ʻia mai.While talking on until the tongue is coated, yet no one pays any attention [a metaphor to show exasperation].ʻea₃
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kāmakaʻahaPaʻa i ke kānāwai kāmakaʻaha.Bound by the belt law [a reference to the chastity belt of Luʻukia].kāmakaʻaha
KamakiKamaki Kuea.Thomas Square.kuea₁
kamakiʻiloheloheHulihia pāpio a i lalo ke alo, hulihia i ka ʻaha o kamakiʻilohelohe.Overturned with face down, overturned by the taboo cord kamakiʻilohelohe.kamakiʻilohelohe
kamakiniKamakini ke kapu o ka ula.A taboo was placed on lobsters.kamakini
KamalamaEmi maila ʻo Kamalama, ā ʻaneʻane e make i wahi koa.Kamalama fell behind and was almost killed by the warriors.make₁
 Pēlā aku ʻo Kamalama.Kamalama said.pēlā₂
 Ē Kamalama iki kuʻu pōkiʻi, e kei ka noho.O little Kamalama, my favorite younger brother, may you act with dignified pride.kei₁
kamaliʻiMeʻo maoli kēia kamaliʻi i ka mea ʻai.These children are begging, watching, reaching for the food.meʻo₁
 Hāʻule naoa ka wai a ke kēhau, ke nāʻū kamaliʻi.The water of the kēhau mist falls rippling as the children play nāʻū.nāʻū₄
 Ua hoʻi aku nei ka nui kamaliʻi.The great part of the children have returned.nui₁
 E pākakahi aku i ka iʻa i kamaliʻi.Giving the children fish one each, or one at a time.pākakahi
  kamaliʻi, liʻiliʻichildhoodwā₁
 koʻu kamaliʻimy childhoodwā kamaliʻi
 Pala ʻaluʻalu ka ʻai a kamaliʻi.Mostly peel when matured are the food crops of children [infants are not strong enough to make good farmers].ʻaluʻalu
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KamāliʻiKa Mea Kiʻekiʻe, Kamāliʻi wahine Luisa.Her Highness, Princess Louise.kiʻekiʻe
kamaloleKamalole ʻoia i mākou ʻai.He refused our food after looking at it.kamalole
KamalopāpioKamalopāpioThe malo [-flap] held down.pāpio₂
kāmalūUa kāmalū mai ʻoia māua ʻaʻole make e hana.He secretly warned us not to get the idea of doing [that].kāmalū
kamanāUa hana kamanā i mau ʻolokeʻa lāʻau ā puni ka hale pele.The carpenters built a wooden scaffolding around the belfry.ʻolokeʻa₁
 kula aʻo kamanācarpenter's school;kula₄
kamanikamani ke poʻobaldheadedkamani₂
kāmanokāmano mīkoisalmon eaten in small bitsmīkoi
 kāmano lomi, iʻa lomisalmon or fish, usually raw, worked with the fingers and mixed with onions and seasonedlomi
KamaohaʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau, ke ōpū maila i Kamaoha.Kaʻala, mountain hill with cool rain, rising there perhaps at Kamaoha.ōpū₂
KamapuaʻaʻO Kamapuaʻa eia aʻe, ua hiki mai nei.Here comes Kamapuaʻa, he's coming now.eia aʻe
 ʻŌlelo aku ʻo Kamapuaʻa me ka huhū, "ʻAʻole e noʻonoʻo oho kou ʻōpū?Kamapuaʻa said in anger, "So your stomach doesn't think?" [Haven't you any brains?]kā₁₀
 Me ka ʻahu lāʻī ʻo Kamapuaʻa i pauhi ai...Kamapuaʻa was covered with a tī-leaf raincoat...pauhi
kāmauE kāmau iho i ka hoe.Keep paddling.kāmau₁
 kahi pono e kāmau ai ke ahosome goods to keep life goingkāmau₁
 Kāmau kīʻaha i ʻolu, i paheʻe i puʻu ke moni.Tip the glass and enjoy it, let it glide down your throat as you swallow.kāmau₂
kamawaeKeu kēlā a kahi kanaka kamawae.What a finicky person that one is.kamawae
kāmehaʻiHe mea hou kāmehaʻi kēlā.That is surprising news.kāmehaʻi₂
kāmehaʻikanaHe hanauna kāmehaʻikana lākou.They are a generation extremely numerous.kāmehaʻikana
KamehamehaI ka manawa o Kamehameha.In the time of Kamehameha.manawa₁
 ʻO Kamehameha ka naʻi aupuni.Kamehameha, the conqueror of the nation.naʻi₁
 ʻoiai i ke au o Kamehamehaduring the time of Kamehamehaʻoiai₁
 Nānā ʻo Kamehameha i kona aupuni, ā e ʻai i kona panalāʻau.Kamehameha attended to his kingdom and ruled his dependency.panalāʻau
 Hale Hōʻikeʻike o Kamehameha.Bishop Museum.hale hōʻikeʻike
 ʻO Kamehameha ka ʻimi hale, ʻo Liholiho ka noho hale.Kamehameha established the rule; Liholiho was the legatee.ʻimi hale₁
 I ke kau i ke aliʻi o Kamehameha.In the time of the chief, Kamehameha.kau₂
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kamekipuna kamekicementkameki
kameleonaHiki i ke kameleona ke ʻoʻolopū i kona kohu ʻana, i hinahina, i ʻōmaʻomaʻo, i ʻeleʻele.The chameleon can change his appearance to gray, green, black.kohu₁
kāmelohoʻoholo kāmeloto ride camelsholo₁
 hoʻoholo kāmeloto ride camelshoʻoholo₁
kamepiulaE hoʻouka ana wau i ka waihona ma ka PLH i hiki ʻoe ke hoʻoili ma kāu kamepiula.I'm going to load the file on the BBS so that you can download it onto your computer.hoʻouka
 E ʻoluʻolu e hoʻokuʻi i ka mōkema me ke kamepiula.Please connect the modem to the computer.hoʻokuʻi
 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
 kamepiula lawelimalaptop computer. also lolouila lawelimakamepiula
 ʻAʻohe kaʻaʻike ma waena o ke kamepiula a me ka mīkini paʻi.There's no communication between the computer and the printer.kaʻaʻike
 Ua launa kēia lako polokalamu hou me kāu kamepiula.This new software is compatible with your computer.launa₂
 kamepiula lawelima.laptop computer.lawelima
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KamikaKamika Makua.Smith Senior.makua
 Kamika wahine.Mrs. Smith.wahine₁
 Hoahānau Kamika.Smith Brothers [as the name of a firm].hoahānau
 ʻO wau ʻo Kamika, ke hoʻohiki nei au.I, Smith, do hereby affirm.ke (verb) nei
KamikiHe kaʻao hoʻoniua puʻuwai no Kamiki.A heart-stirring story about Kamiki.niua
 He kaʻao hoʻoniua puʻuwai no Kamiki.A heart-stirring story about Kamiki.hoʻoniua
KāmoaKāmoa ʻAmelikaAmerican Sāmoa; American SāmoanHaʻamoa
kāmoeKāmoe ka waʻa i ka lae.The canoe headed straight for the point.kāmoe₁
 Kāmoe kāna kākau ʻana.He writes with a slanting hand.kāmoe₁
 ke kāmoe aʻe o ao hāʻeleʻelethe flat-lying dark cloudskāmoe₁
KamohoaliʻiNoʻiau ka hoe a Kamohoaliʻi.Skillful was the paddling of Kamohoaliʻi.noʻiau
 Hui iho nei ka waʻa a Kamohoaliʻi.Kamohoaliʻi's canoe turned.hui₇
kāmokoInā paha ua lele kāmoko kēlā maluna ou.He would have leapt aggressively on you.kāmoko
kamunau kamuto chew gumnau
kāmuakāmua ʻekahifirst draftkāmua
 kāmua ʻeluasecond draftkāmua
KamuelaʻAumakua Kamuela,Samuel must dance!ʻaumakua₃
kāmukumukuKāmukumuku ka ʻai a kākou.Our taro is growing less thriftily.kāmukumuku
kamumuHe kamumu o ke aheahe mālie.Rustle of the gentle breeze, sound of quiet whispers.aheahe₁
kanakana mau puahis descendantspua₃
 ʻAʻole o kana mai i ka hewahewa o mea ʻai.There were boundless quantities of food.hewahewa₁
  kana ʻēkātens of banana handskana₁
 ʻo ka waʻa kana koʻokahiten one-man canoeskana₁
 ʻAʻohe i kana mai ka nui.Ever so huge.kana₂
 ʻAʻole a kana mai ka uʻi!How perfectly beautiful!kana₂
 ʻAʻole o kana mai kāu hana!What a lot of work you have to do! Theres no limit to your work! What dreadful things you do [in anger].kana₂
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KanaAia ma ka pākuʻina ke kope PDF o ka pukana hou loa ʻo Maka O Kana.The pdf copy of the newest issue of Nā Maka O Kana is in the attachment.pukana₃
kānaMahili hoʻi kāna moʻolelo.How his story meanders.mahili₁
 Makaʻala ʻoia i ka ʻaʻahu o kāna kāne.She tends carefully to her husband's clothes.makaʻala
 kāna makanahis gift [one that he gives or receives]makana
 kāna makehis murder [of someone else]make₁
 Mānaʻonaʻo au i ka pepehi a kuʻu keiki i kāna wahine.I am horrified at the beating given his wife by my nephew.mānaʻonaʻo
 He manaʻopaʻa kona ua pono kāna hana.He is convinced his conduct is righteous.manaʻopaʻa
 Manukā nohoʻi kāna hana.His work is certainly slow and careless.manukā
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kanaahoE kanaaho au ma ka hoʻomalu ʻana o kou mau ʻēheu.I find refuge in the shelter of your wings.kanaaho
 wahi kanaahosanctuary, place of refugekanaaho
KanaʻanaE heheʻe auaneʻi ka poʻe āpau e noho ana ma Kanaʻana.All the people of Canaan shall melt away.heheʻe₁
kānaʻeKānaʻe hoʻi ke ʻala o ka pua.The fragrance of the flower is very sweet,.kānaʻe₁
kānaenaeEia ka ʻula , he ʻūlāleo, he kānaenae aloha iāʻoe, ē Laka.Here is a sacred thing, a calling appeal, a chant of affection for you, O Laka.ʻūlāleo
 He kānaenae aloha naʻu iāʻoe, ē Laka ē, ē Laka ē, e hoʻoulu ʻia.This is a prayer I lovingly offer to you, O Laka, O Laka, inspire!kānaenae
 pule kānaenae olaprayer supplicating restoration of lifekānaenae
kanahāHe kanahā makahiki i paʻa ai ke kaua koʻekoʻe ma waena o Wakinekona a me Mokekao.The cold war between Washington and Moscow lasted for forty years.kaua koʻekoʻe
kanahaʻiKanahaʻi anei ka inu lama?Are fewer alcoholic drinks being drunk?kanahaʻi
kanahikuE ola ana ʻoia nei a lewa ke kanahiku.He will live on to past seventy.lewa₂
kanaiʻiau kanaiʻistrong current; fig., a strong warriorau₂
 kanaiʻi ka naʻauhard-heartedkanaiʻi
 Kanaiʻi nohoʻi ka leo.What a harsh voice.kanaiʻi
kanaiwakanaiwaninetyiwa
 kanaiwaninetykana₁
kanakaʻO 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
  maka kanaka.Day when many people gather, as a holiday.maka kanaka
 He lāhui kanaka maka koa, ʻaʻole e mālama mai i ka ʻelemakule.A nation of fierce countenance, which shall not care for the old.maka koa
 ʻAʻole hoʻi e hoʻomakua aku ʻoukou i kekahi kanaka.And call no man your father.makua
 Ua mākuakua kēlā kanaka.That person is old.mākuakua₁
 Kanaka ʻili mākuʻe o ka moana Pākīpika.Dark-skinned native of the Pacific Ocean.mākuʻe₁
 Kanaka pupuka mālama pūʻolo.Evil person who cares for sorcery objects in a bundle.mālama pūʻolo
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KanakāAia ka bāna o ka lanakila Kanakā.Canada has the victory banner.bāna
kānakaUa mau kānaka mākaʻi i ka ʻāina.The aforementioned men who had spied in the country.mākaʻi₁
 Piʻi hou ka malu koʻi o kānaka.The image cutters of the people went up again.malu koʻi
 Ke nīnau hoʻomaoe nei kānaka i ke kumu o kona make ʻana.The people are now asking indirectly the cause of his death.-maoe
 Ka mea kiaʻi i kānaka.Preserver of men.mea kiaʻi
 A pae aʻe i Kaimū, hoʻomū kānaka.Landing at Kaimū, people gathered.mū₃
 Kahi e ʻia ana e kānaka.Place where the people gathered.mū₃
  kānaka lawaiʻa o neʻi neithe fishermen of this place; the local fishermenneʻi₂
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kanakēkanakē pīlalicactus candypīlali₁
 kanakē kalamelacaramel candykalamela
 kanakē ʻau.lollipop, sucker.kanakē
 kanakē kalamela.caramel candy.kanakē
 kanakē koʻokoʻo.candy cane.kanakē
kanakoluʻO ke kino huahelu o ke kanakolu, penei ia: 30.This is the standard form of thirty: 30.kino huahelu
 hōʻike lele kaula kanakolu kekonathirty-second jump rope testlele kaula
kanalaniʻAhaʻaina ka lani i ka lolo o Kūkahuilalani, ʻapiʻapi kanalani.The chief feasts at the lolo ceremony of Kū-the-heavenly-lightning, abundant repletion.ʻapiʻapi₃
kanalimaAloha ia mau o makahiki he kanalima i kūnewa akula!Affectionate [memories] of these days of fifty years past!aloha
  makahiki kanalima e hiki mai anathe next fifty yearshiki₄
kanaloaalanui maʻawe ʻula a kanaloaroad of the scarlet footprint of Kanaloa [the western sky]alanui
 Ua kanaloa ka nohona i kēia wahi.Residence is securely established at this place.kanaloa₆
 Ke alanui maʻawe ʻula a Kanaloa.The red track pathway of Kanaloa [the western sky].maʻawe ʻula
 E ulu, e ulu kini o ke akua, ulu ō Kāne me Kanaloa.Enter and inspire, may myriads of spirits enter and inspire, including Kāne and Kanaloa.ulu₂
 alanui polohiwa a Kanaloathe dark path of Kanaloa [southern limit of the sun in its yearly cycle, about the 15th and 16th days of the month Hilina Mā]alanui
 mai Kanaloafrom Kanaloaiā₃
 No , no Lono, no Kāne ma lāua ʻo Kanaloa, no Papa nui āiwaiwa ā kapolakā.In honor of Kū, Lono, Kāne and Kanaloa, in honor of great Papa, mysterious and unfathomable.kapolakā
kānaluaUa hoʻomohala ʻia kona naʻau kānalua.His doubting heart began to feel courage.mohala
kananāKa pūkaua ʻahi kananā.The warrior, fierce as an ʻahi fish.ʻahi kananā
 Ua ʻia kāua e ka ua, hikikiʻi kāua i Kananā.We are rained on, let's lean back and relax at Kananā [pun on kāua, we two, and ka ua, the rain].hikikiʻi₁
kānanaUa mākaukau ka ʻīnika a me ke kānana.The ink and writing paper are ready.kānana₂
kananuhaKe lilo nei Haʻikū ʻekalesia kananuha.Haʻikū is becoming a stubborn church.kananuha
kanaonoHe hoʻokaʻawale ʻia ka noho ʻana o ka lāhui Pāʻele ma ka ʻaoʻao hema o ʻAmelika ma mua o makahiki kanaono.Blacks in the South lived segregated before the sixties.hoʻokaʻawale
KanāueueAia i Kūwili ʻo Kanāueue, nāue aʻe kāua ʻeā i ka ʻai hoʻopau.There at Stand Aswirl is Rotation, we rotate and eat everything up.Kanāueue
kanauikaE Kalei, e lawe mai i ka palaoa napoe piha; e hana ana au i mau kanauika na kāua.Hey Kalei, bring the whole grain bread; I’m going to make some sandwiches for us.napoe piha
kānāwaihoʻomaha ai ma kānāwaito rest with the laws [obey them]maha₆
 Hoʻomākaukau ʻia ma kēia kānāwai.Provided for by this law.mākaukau₁
 ʻo kānāwai i hoʻomana hou ʻialaws re-enactedmana₁
 He kānāwai e hoʻonoho ana i aupuni.An act to provide a government.noho₂
 palapala noi hoʻololi kānāwaiconstitutional initiative, i.e. a process by which one can propose an amendment by gathering signatures on a petitionnoi
 hahaki i ke kānāwai me ka hōʻoiʻoi maiblatant law breakerʻoiʻoi₁
 E kau ana i mua a ka pahu hōʻike, i mua hoʻi o ka noho aloha e kau ana maluna o ka pahu kānāwai.Put it before the ark of the testimony before the mercy seat that is over the testimony.pahu hōʻike
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kanawalukanawalueighty,walu₃
kāneMakaʻala ʻoia i ka ʻaʻahu o kāna kāne.She tends carefully to her husband's clothes.makaʻala
 Makehewa ke kino uʻi, ʻo kēlā ke kāne.The youthful beauty is wasted on a man like that.makehewa
 hoʻomakua kāneto act as or claim to be a makua kāne; to address or treat as a makua kānemakua kāne
 Mālama i kou makua kāne.Honor your father.mālama₁
 kāne male hougroommale₃
 ʻO kēlā ke kāne, māuna ka ʻili.With that man, (your) skin will be bruised [you will be beaten].māuna
 He wahine mea kāne.A woman with a husband.mea₂
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KāneālaiLoaʻa Kāneālai, ke kupuna o lākou.Their ancestor, Kāneālai, was born.loaʻa
KānehoaKa niniki makani o Kānehoa.The wind piercing of Kānehoa.niniki₁
 ʻAʻala kupukupu ka uka o Kānehoa.Fragrant with ferns is inland of Kānehoa.kupukupu₂
KāneikaʻoualiʻiKāneikaʻoualiʻi.Kāne-of-the-royal-supremacy. [a name]ʻou₁
KāneikapohākaʻaKāneikapohākaʻaKāne of the rolling stones.pohā kaʻa
KāneikawaiolaĒ Kāneikawaiola hōʻikea mai i ke ola.O Kāne-of-the-living-water, bring forth life.ʻikea
kānekikāneki i ka pilikiafilled with troublekāneki
 Ua hele ka wai a kāneki wale i ka pua.The water reaches the very flowers.kāneki
KanēkinaKa iki ʻulu kēia o Kanēkina e kōkē ai pine.A small [fellow] is this bowling ball of Kanēkina that knocks down the pins [boast of a small fellow who can do much].ʻulu₂
 I Kanēkina i ka holo lio lāʻau me ka ulua.Riding the merry-go-round at Kānekina with the ulua fish [man].lio lāʻau
KāneʻoheE mālama ʻia ana kekahi ʻaha hoʻolohe e pili ana i kuleana wai o ka ʻaoʻao Koʻolau o Oʻahu i Kāneʻohe i kēia ahiahi.A hearing will be held regarding water rights on the windward side of Oʻahu in Kāneʻohe this evening.ʻaha hoʻolohe
KānepuaʻaĒ Kānepuaʻa, e ʻeʻeku e kūlapa, e hoʻowali.O Kānepuaʻa, root, and make ridges and furrows.ʻeʻeku
 Ē Kānepuaʻa, ʻekua i uka, ʻekua i kai.O Pig-Kāne, root inland, root seaward.ʻekua
kaniʻO ka hinihini kani kua mauna, ʻo ka māpu leo nui, kani kohākohā.The land shell crying in the mountain ridge, loud voice carried in the wind, shrilly calling.māpu
 ʻO ka hinihini kani kua mauna, ʻo ka māpu leo nui, kani kohākohā.The land shell crying in the mountain ridge, loud voice carried in the wind, shrilly calling.māpu
 Kani ke ʻō, he ihona pali.A whoop going down hill [an easy task].ʻō₅
 Kani oeoe ke oeoe.The bull-roarer whistles.oeoe₁
 Kani ʻolēʻolē ka waha o ka uila.The mouth of the lightning makes an incessant noise [of a garrulous person].ʻolēʻolē₂
 Olo ke kani o ka pila.The instruments sounded together.olo₂
 Ua olo pawa ke kani nei ka moa.The dawn sounds are here, the cocks crow.olo₂
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kaniʻāʻīĀ ʻo lākou kaniʻāʻī he hale lua hāmama.Their throat is an open sepulcher.kaniʻāʻī
kanihiaKa poʻe nāna ke aliʻi e noho nei, e noho kanihia aloha aʻe ana iāʻoe.The people whose chief is present express their great affection for you.kanihia
kanikaniKanikani pihe akula ka ʻaha.The crowd shouted loudly.kanikani₁
kanikaniʻāʻulaE ʻai aku ʻoe i ʻole hoʻi kēlā e kanikaniʻāʻula wale mai.Eat or he will mournfully chant.kanikaniʻāʻula₂
kanikauUa ili maluna o mea ke kanikau ʻana no ka make ʻana o lāua pōkiʻi.There befell so-and-so a sorrow for the death of their younger brother.ili₃
 Ke Kanikau.The Lamentations.kanikau₁
kanikēKanikē kani ka pele.The bell dingdongs, reverberates.kanikē
 Ke kuʻikē, kanikē maila pele.The bells are tolling and ringing.kuʻikē₁
kanikelawahi noho o ke kanikelaconsulatekanikela
 Hoʻokohu ʻia ke kanikela e ke aupuni e noho ʻelele ma kekahi ʻāina no ka mālama ʻana i hana pāʻoihana a me hana ʻē aʻe o kōna aupuni ma ia ʻāina ʻo ia e noho ʻelele nei.The consul is appointed by the government to live in another country as a representative of the government to protect the economic and other interests of his government in the country he is appointed to reside in.kanikela
 kanikela nuiambassador, i.e. an official representative to a foreign countrykanikela
KanilehuaUlu ohiohi lehua o Panaʻewa i ka mili ʻia e ka ua Kanilehua.The lehua of Panaʻewa grow splendidly, constantly fondled by the lehua-drinking rain.ohiohi₁
 Ua Kanilehua i pāwehi hoʻoipo ʻia me ka lehua.Kanilehua rain lovingly adorned … with lehua.pāwehi
 Hilo Hanakahi, i ka ua KanilehuaHilo, [land of] chief Hanakahi and of the rain that gives drink to lehua flowers.Kanilehua
kāninoninoihu kāninoninomercurial, changeablekāninonino
kaniʻuhūKaniʻuhū a hoʻomanoninia no kākou lāhui, no ke emi ʻana mai.Grief and sadness for our race, for its decreasing.manoninia
  manaʻo ʻaʻai ʻawa kaniʻuhūheartbreaking, sad thoughtsʻaʻai₁
 Kaniʻuhū a hoʻomanoninia kākou lāhui, no ke emi ʻana mai.Grief and sorrow for the decreasing of our race.kaniʻuhū
 Kaniʻuhū a hoʻomanoninia no kākou lāhui, no ke emi ʻana mai.Grief and sadness for our race, for its decreasing.hoʻomanoninia
kanoHe manaʻo koʻu i ke kano koʻele; ua haki ka pilina a ʻo luna iho.My thought is of the snapping affair; the upper springs [of the automobile] were broken.pilina₂
 poho kanosolid palm of the hand [stingy]poho₁
 He kanaka hokua kano.A person with hard, strong shoulders.hokua₁
kanonoKanono akula kou lae.Your forehead is smacked with a blow.kanono₁
 Kanono kona hoʻopaʻi.He was lambasted a severe penalty; his punishment was a blow.kanono₁
kanuE maheu aʻe ana i kēia puʻu e kanu ʻuala.Preparing the soil in this hill for planting sweet potatoes.maheu₂
 Hele e kanu i ka makawela.Went to plant the land cleared by burning.makawela₃
 kanu maleleto plant in various placesmalele₁
 Ua like ke kanu ʻana (o ke olonā) me ke kanu ʻana a ka wauke, he ohiohi kekahi, he mauwā kahiko kekahi; he pālaha naʻe kona i lalo, a ma ka lālā e ulu kākiwi aʻe ai.The planting (of olonā) was like the planting of wauke, some (slips) were young shoots, some (from) fallen trunks; but they spread downward, and from the branches layerings grew.ohiohi₁
 Ua like ke kanu ʻana (o ke olonā) me ke kanu ʻana a ka wauke, he ohiohi kekahi, he mauwā kahiko kekahi; he pālaha naʻe kona i lalo, a ma ka lālā e ulu kākiwi aʻe ai.The planting (of olonā) was like the planting of wauke, some (slips) were young shoots, some (from) fallen trunks; but they spread downward, and from the branches layerings grew.ohiohi₁
 kanu paʻato bury whole, as a bodypaʻa₁
 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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kanukanuE kanukanu aʻe ana au i nīoi a mākou.I'm planting our chili peppers.kanukanu
kānukukānuku ʻailaoil cankānuku
 kaʻa kānukuhopper car, as on a trainkānuku
kanulukanulu hoʻi ka leo o ka hekilithe roaring sound of thunderkanulu
kanunuhe heʻe kanunuan enormous octopuskanunu
 Kanunu hoʻi kēlā keiki.How large that child is.kanunu
kaoĒ! ʻumiʻumi kao!Say! Goat's beard! [a taunt of one child to another child who has been scolded, sometimes accompanied by goat-like bleating and tugging on an imaginary beard].ʻumiʻumi₁
 Kēlā pūʻā kao i hōʻailona ʻia me koʻu kila.That flock of goats … marked with my brand.-ʻailona
 Kēlā pūʻā kao i hōʻailona ʻia me koʻu kila.That flock of goats … marked with my brand.hōʻailona
 ʻO Piʻipiʻi poʻe na lākou i kao i pua pana.The Piʻipiʻi were the ones who hurled arrows.kao₁
 ʻaʻahu ʻili kaogoatskin garment [said of shiftless people accused or sleeping under goatskins because they were too indolent to make tapa]kao₅
 Ē! ʻumiʻumi kao!Say! Goat's beard! [a taunt of one child to another child who has been scolded, sometimes accompanied by goat-like bleating and tugging on an imaginary beard].kao₅
 Kēlā pūʻā kao i hōʻailona ʻia me koʻu kila.That flock of goats … marked with my brand.kila₂
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KaʻoheleE kuʻi ka māmā ā loaʻa ʻo Kaʻohele.Combines speeds and get Kaʻohele [a famous runner, Kaʻohele, could be caught only by relay runners; said of any cooperation].kuʻi₂
kāohika poi ʻuoʻuo o kāohi puʻusticky poi that settles nicely down the throatʻuoʻuo₁
 E kāohi iho ʻoe i kou manaʻo kolohe.Repress your mischievous thoughts.kāohi₁
 hiki ʻole ke kāohiunrestrained, uncontrollablekāohi₁
 Ka pali kāohi kumu aliʻi o ʻIao.The cliff withholding chiefly origins of ʻIao [burial place of chiefs].kāohi₁
 kāohi iāia ihoto control himselfkāohi₁
 Kāohi aliʻi iāia e noho, ʻaʻole ʻoia i ʻae mai.The chiefs tried to make him stay but he didn't consent.kāohi₁
 kāohi waʻa kāohi akuto hold a canoe in place with a paddle while others cast for bonitokāohi₁
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KaʻohinaniKaʻohinaniThe beautiful gathering [said to refer to bountiful harvests].ʻohi₁
kaʻoiaʻiʻoʻO au , me kaʻoiaʻiʻo.I am, yours sincerely.ʻo au nō
kaʻokaʻoKaʻokaʻo hoʻi kēlā hale e kau maila i ka puʻu.How prominent is that house placed there on the hill.kaʻokaʻo₁
kāokoHe ahi kāoko o aliʻi, loaʻa i ka pili haohaoa.Hot fire of the chiefs obtained by the [one who] approaches the heat [dangerous to approach a taboo chief].haohaoa
 He ahi kāoko o aliʻi.Red-hot fire of the chiefs.kāoko
kāʻokoʻaHe ʻuala kāʻokoʻa kāna.He had a whole sweet potato.kāʻokoʻa
 Ua kāʻokoʻa kāna kalo mai mākou.His taro was separated from ours.kāʻokoʻa
 kūʻai nui, kūʻai kāʻokoʻawholesalekūʻai
 ana ikehu kāʻokoʻacalorimeter, an instrument used to measure changes in thermal energyikehu kāʻokoʻa
 mea hoʻomomona lepo kāʻokoʻacomplete fertilizer, i.e. fertilizer which contains the six necessary elements for plant growthhoʻomomona
 kumuloaʻa kāʻokoʻagross national product (gnp), i.e. the total monetary value of all goods and services produced in a country in a yearkāʻokoʻa
 mea hoʻomomona lepo kāʻokoʻacomplete fertilizer, i.e. fertilizer which contains the six necessary elements for plant growthkāʻokoʻa
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KaʻōleiokūMehameha hale ua o Kaʻōleiokū.The aforementioned houses of Kaʻōleiokū are deserted.ua o
kaoloHe ihona, he piʻina, he kaolo.Going down, going up, a path [life has its ups and downs].kaolo
kaomiPōhaku kaomi moena.A stone weighing down a mat, said of a homebody.pōhaku₂
 kaomi malunato force down, as medicinekaomi₁
 kaomi moenato weigh down a partly finished matkaomi₁
kaonaE hele ana anei ʻoe i ke kaona?Are you going to town?anei
 Huʻe i ke kaona.Reveal the hidden meaning.huʻe
 Ua kaʻahele au a puni ke kaona.I have gone all around the town.kaʻahele
 Nāna i kākele ke kaona .She's the one to do the town.kākele₃
 kaona hoʻoʻinoʻinopejorative innuendokaona₁
 No wai ke kaona o kēlā mele?Who is being referred to in veiled language in that song?kaona₁
 ʻAʻole e loaʻa mai keiki o ke kaona.None as fine as boys of the town.loaʻa
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KaʻōnohiokalāUa ʻaʻaki paʻa ʻia ke aloha wela i luna o Kaʻōnohiokalā.Hot love was firmly clutched upon Kaʻōnohiokalā.ʻaʻaki
kāoʻoHoʻomoe wai kahi ke kāoʻo.Forward together in unity. ["Let's all travel together like water flowing in one direction"]moe₆
 Hoʻomoe wai kahi ke kāoʻo.Forward together in unity. ["Let's all travel together like water flowing in one direction"]kāoʻo₂
 Kāoʻo ihola ka ua o Kahana, kapakē aʻela ka wai ma Loʻikeʻe.The rains gather at Kahana, splashing on the water of Loʻikeʻe.kapakē
 Hoʻomoe wai kahi ke kāoʻo.Forward together in unity. ["Let's all travel together like water flowing in one direction"]hoʻomoe₃
kapaKa lāhui kino pāʻēʻē i kapa ʻia he Melehune.A people with supernatural bodies, called Melehune.Melehune
 Nei akula ka ʻaha leʻaleʻa no kēia poʻe wāhine, no ke ʻano ʻē o lākou kapa.The pleasure gathering was in an uproar about the women and the strangeness of their tapa.nei₁
  paʻa kapagarmentspaʻa₃
 Ka lāhui kino pāʻēʻē i kapa ʻia he Melehune.A people with supernatural bodies, called Melehune.pāʻēʻē₂
 ʻO ka hoʻohelu a me ka mahele , ua kapa ʻia lāua ʻelua, ʻo palena o ka hakina.The numerator and denominator together, are called the terms of the fraction.palena₁
 Palepale ke kapa o ka wahine hele ua o Koʻolau.Protecting the tapa of the woman going into the Koʻolau rain.palepale₁
 kapa peʻafilthy clothpeʻa₇
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KapaʻaʻOia kūmoena kalukalu hoʻi o Kapaʻa.That expanse of kalukalu grass of Kapaʻa.kūmoena₂
 Ka laulā mauka o Kapaʻa ē, mai paʻa i ka leo.The upland expanse of the closure, do not close your voice, [an appeal for hospitality]Kapaʻa
 Ālai ʻia aʻela e Nounou, nalo Kaipuhaʻa i ka laulā mauka o KapaʻaNounou is screened, the-low-calabash is lost in the wide expanse inland of Kapaʻa,Nounou
KapaʻaheoLele kōheoheo i ka pali o Kapaʻaheo.Tumbling from the cliff of Kapaʻaheo [a “goner,” play on heo, gone].kōheoheo₁
KapaʻahuHe mau pana kaulana ma Kapaʻahu, ʻo ia hoʻi ka heiau ʻo Wahaʻula.There are some well-known places in Kapaʻahu, for example, the heaiu of Wahaʻula.pana₃
kāpaeHe mea ʻai ʻia kahi pilipili maunu kāpae ʻia.The bit of bait set to one side is edible still [one who has been the mate of another can still be a good mate].pilipili₁
 ʻAʻole e kāpae nei lāʻau iāʻoe.This club will not spare you.kāpae₁
 E kāpae aʻe ʻoe i kou manaʻo huhū.Put away your angry thoughts.kāpae₁
 hiki ʻole ke kāpaeunavoidablekāpae₁
 kaha kāpaea line used to indicate that something is to be deleted, in proofreadingkāpae₁
 Kāpae i ka ihe.Set the spear down [do not fight any more, declare a truce]; throw a spear so that it will not strike a target, especially if the warrior wants to spare his foe's life. See Malo 203.kāpae₁
 kāpae ʻiadisqualifiedkāpae₁
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kāpaepaeKāpaepae akula ia no kauhale.She hurried away to the household.kāpaepae
KapahaihaoaKiʻi mua akula ʻoia ma ō Kapahaihaoa [Kapūkaʻihaoa].He first looked for Kapahaihaoa [Kapūkaʻihaoa].ō₇
kapakahi kapakahi ka ma Waiʻanae.The sun appears lopsided at Waiʻanae. [said by the goddess Hiʻiaka while her lover was dallying with someone else, hence said of any unlawful dallying]kapakahi
 No 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
kapakapainoa kapakapanickname, fictitious name, pet name, pen name, alias, assumed namekapakapa₂
 kapakapa ka nohonaprosperous conditionkapakapa₄
kapakēKāoʻo ihola ka ua o Kahana, kapakē aʻela ka wai ma Loʻikeʻe.The rains gather at Kahana, splashing on the water of Loʻikeʻe.kapakē
KāpakiMālama Kāpaki.Keeping the Sabbath.mālama₁
 ka hehi ʻana i ka Kāpakidesecration of the Sabbath dayhehi
kapakūHiki ke Kona, ka makani kulaʻi kauhale, kapakū ka moku me ka ʻāina.Comes the Kona, the wind that pushes over houses, overwhelms the island and the land.kapakū
kāpalakāpala ka leoblurred sound (as of a radio)kāpala₁
 Kāpala poʻomuku kona ʻike.His is a short daub of knowledge.kāpala₁
 kūlina kāpala me ka waiūpakabuttered cornkāpala₁
 ʻahaʻaina kāpala poipoi-daubing party; a person daubed with a finger of poi had to provide an extra contribution to the feast; much amusement was afforded among the planners of the feast by attempting to daub one another.kāpala poi
 lau kāpalaa printkāpala
KapālamaKapālama.The sacred lama enclosure.pālama₁
kāpalapalakanaka kāpalapalaa person who draws up documentskāpalapala
kapalilipuʻuwai kapalilifluttering heartpuʻuwai₁
 Kapalili ka houpo.The heart is thrilled.kapalili
 Lohe aku au i ka uwē kapalili.I heard a terrified, quivering shriek.kapalili
KapaliueloaKapaliueloathe very tall cliffue₃
kapaluluholo kapaluluto zoomkapalulu
 manu kapaluluquailkapalulu
kāpapaNiuhi kāpapa o ka moana.Shark of the deep sea, voracious in appetite.kāpapa₂
 kāpapa uluato drive ulua thus; fig., to obtain a human victim or sacrifice him (FS 143); priest who makes the sacrificekāpapa₃
 Ā hiki i ka wanaʻao, kāpapa ana moa.When morning arrived, the cocks crowed together.kāpapa₄
KapāpalaUhiuhi lau māmane, kahi wai o Kapāpala.Covered with māmane leaves is the water of Kapāpala [any concealing, as of truth (Kel. 139) or scandal; māmane branches are said to have been tossed in this pool at Kaʻū to make the mud settle].māmane₁
kapauʻuUa kapauʻu ka lani.The high chief is greatly disturbed.kapauʻu
kāpeʻaKukulu ʻia mai pine, na ia nei e kāpeʻa aku.Set up the pins, he'll knock them down.kāpeʻa
kapeau ia nei kapeau loa akula nohoʻi ia a hāʻule ihola, moe malalo a wāwae o Kūaikauakama.He crept up, fell down prostrate at the feet of Kūaikauakama.kapeau
kāpeheHele kāpehe.To go quietly.kāpehe₂
 Mai hoʻolohe aku i kāna kāpehe.Do not heed his soft, beguiling words.kāpehe₂
kapekeKapeke ihola kuʻu wāwae a ʻeha ke kuʻekuʻe.My foot slipped, hurting my ankle.kapeke₂
kāpekepekeĒ ka poʻe manaʻo kāpekepeke.Ye of little faith.kāpekepeke
 paʻa kāpekepekevaguely, incompletely recorded, as a legendkāpekepeke
 pili kāpekepekeuncertain relationshipkāpekepeke
kāpekuKāpeku ka leo o ke kai, ʻo hoʻoilo ka malama.Blustering the voice of the sea, the month is winter.kāpeku
kāpenaHamapaka ʻia kahi kāpena, pau ka ʻike i ka ʻāina.The captain was humbugged, no more was land to be seen.hamapaka
 Lilo ʻoe me Kāpena Kuke ka ʻimi ā loaʻa o Hawaiʻi.You and Captain Cook have become the discoverers of Hawaiʻi.ʻimi ā loaʻa
 Ua hiʻohia ʻo Hawaiʻi nei no ʻāina ʻē Kāpena Kuke.Hawaiʻi was discovered for foreigners by Captain Cook.hiʻohia
kāpīkāpī paʻakaito sprinkle saltkāpī
 Mai kāpī mai ʻoe i ke one.Don't throw sand at me.kāpī
kāpikikāpiki meonekicole slawmeoneki
KapikoowākeaUa ʻaʻe wale ʻia akula ʻo Kapikoowākea e Hōkūleʻa i kōna holo ʻana mai Hawaiʻi a Tahiti.The equator was crossed by the Hōkūleʻa as it sailed from Hawaiʻi to Tahiti.Kapikoowākea
KapiliEia ʻo Kapili ē, ke haʻalipo nei ana lipo walohia.Here is Kapili, her grief and anguish darkened.walohia₁
 Eia ʻo Kapili ē, ke haʻalipo nei ana lipo walohia.Here is Kapili, her grief and anguish darkened.haʻalipo
kāpilikāpili houmend, fix, repairkāpili
 Ua popopo ke kia moku, hoʻi hou ʻoia e kāpili.The mast was rotten, he returned to repair it.kāpili
 hana kāpilito manufacturekāpili
 hui hana kāpilimanufacturerkāpili
 kanaka hana kāpilimanufacturerkāpili
 kāpili kūkohu mokuleleto build a model airplanekāpili
 ʻoiʻenehana kāpilimanufacturing industrykāpili
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kāpiʻoʻAʻohe manu noho i ka lipo e pakele i ke kāpiʻo.No bird of the deep forest can escape the snare. [of an expert lover]kāpiʻo₁
KapiolaniʻO McGuire kai huakaʻi i ʻEnelani ne ke kuini Kapiolani.McGuire is the one who journeyed to England with the queen Kapiolani.kai₄
KapiʻolaniKapiʻolaniThe heavenly arch.piʻo₁
 Ke leia maila e Kapiʻolani.A lei is being worn by Kapiʻolani.leia
kāpipiliUa kau ʻo ia i ka memo kāpipili ma ka paia i ʻike ai kona hoa noho.He put the self-adhesive note on the wall so that his roommate would see it.kāpipili
kapolakāNo , no Lono, no Kāne ma lāua ʻo Kanaloa, no Papa nui āiwaiwa ā kapolakā.In honor of Kū, Lono, Kāne and Kanaloa, in honor of great Papa, mysterious and unfathomable.kapolakā
kapoʻoHala aʻela ua makahiki nei a kapoʻo akula ʻoia i loko o ka polikua o manawa hiki ʻole ke hoʻi hou mai i hope nei.This year has passed and descended within the deep beyond of times that cannot return back here.polikua
 kani kapoʻoloud echoing sound, as of a heavy object falling into water, or of waves boomingkapoʻo
kapuMānoanoa ke kapu o ke aliʻi.The chief has many many taboos [is of high rank].mānoanoa
 Eia ʻo ka lani, ka manomano, ka manomano heke o ke kapu.Here is the heavenly chief, the great one, the very greatest of the taboo ones.manomano
 Mauʻaʻeʻaʻe ʻo Milu i ke kapu a Kāne.Milu and his companions broke the taboo of Kane.mauʻaʻeʻaʻe
 kapu moeprostration taboomoe₁
 Ua niau ke kapu.The taboo has passed.niau
 ʻO Kauholanui ke kapuahi noʻao, nōʻā wela i ke kapu.Kauholanui the hot fire place, burning hot with taboo.noʻao
 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
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Kapuai hoʻoluʻu halakea ʻia e Kapuatapa dyed by Kapuahalakea₂
kapuahiʻO Kauholanui ke kapuahi noʻao, nōʻā wela i ke kapu.Kauholanui the hot fire place, burning hot with taboo.noʻao
 kapuahi uilaelectric stoveuila
  kapuahiburner, as on a stovekapuahi
 kapuahi papakauhot platepapakau
 Puehu liʻiliʻi ka lehu o kapuahi.Ashes of the fireplace scatter in all directions (of violent temper).puehu liʻiliʻi ka lehu o kapuahi
kapuaʻi kapuaʻi alamimo o kini maka lehua o ʻōpio.Nimble soles [dancing feet] of the many lehua blossoms of youth.alamimo
 ma kahi o ʻumi kapuaʻiapproximately ten feetkahi₃
 Hele mai, ē Kāne, he kapuaʻi akua, he kapuaʻi kanaka.Come, O Kāne, walk as a god, walk as a man.kapuaʻi₁
 Hele mai, ē Kāne, he kapuaʻi akua, he kapuaʻi kanaka.Come, O Kāne, walk as a god, walk as a man.kapuaʻi₁
 kapuaʻi kueasquare footkuea₁
 ʻaʻena ʻumi kapuaʻiten-foot line violationʻaʻena
KapuaʻikaʻulaKapuaʻikaʻulaFootprint [of] spirits.ʻula₈
KapuaimiliaKapuaimiliaThe beloved flower or child.milia
KapuāiwaKapuāiwaMysterious tabooāiwa
kapuhaupāpale kapuhauski cap, stocking cappāpale
kapuhiaHe aha ka hala i kapuhia ai ka leo, i hoʻokuli mai ai.What was the wrong that silenced the voice and caused deafness? [said of one who is silent.]kapuhia
kapukapuā kapukapu nohoʻidifficult to approachkapukapu
kāpukupukuMake akula ʻoe Kuʻikaʻa ka mea e wali ai ia kāpukupuku.Killed by Kuʻikaʻa … the thing that will smash this shrunken thing.kāpukupuku
kāpuleʻO Kāʻelo ka malama, kāpule ke kōleaKāʻelo is the month, the plovers are fat.Kāʻelo₁
kāpuluHana kāpulu ka lima, ʻai kāpulu ka waha.Unclean handling puts unclean food in the mouth [i.e., food should be prepared with cleanliness].kāpulu
 Hana kāpulu ka lima, ʻai kāpulu ka waha.Unclean handling puts unclean food in the mouth [i.e., food should be prepared with cleanliness].kāpulu
 Kāpulu kāna humuhumu ʻana i kona lole.She is careless in sewing her dress.kāpulu
KapunahouKapunahouThe new springhou₁
kapuōKapuō, e moe!The taboo is on, prostrate!kapuō
Kapuʻukolu kōhi kelekele o Kapuʻukolu.The fat delicious food of Kapuʻukolu (the triple hills) [descriptive of rich sumptuous fare].kelekele₁
  kōhi kelekele o Kapuʻukolu.The rich foods of Kapuʻukolu [Kauaʻi, famous for abundance].kōhi₂
karabonakarabona monokesasidecarbon monoxidemonokesaside
 karabona disulifasidecarbon disulfidedisulifaside
karabonahateferousa karabonahateferrous carbonatekarabonahate
 kupuriku karabonahatecupric carbonatekarabonahate
 kupuriku karabonahatecupric carbonatekupuriku
karaimakānāwai (hoʻopaʻi) kalaima (karaima)penal code, criminal codekānāwai
KarapenatariaKe kai kūʻono ʻo KarapenatariaGulf of CarpentariaKarapenataria
KareemHe kīloi piʻo nui ʻo Kareem Abdul Jabar, no ka mea, mio wale ʻo ia ma ia hana.Kareem Abdul Jabar does a lot of hook shots because he is so good at it.kī piʻo
KaristoʻAhahui ʻŌpiopio ʻImi Pono o Karisto.Young People's Christian Endeavor Society [old name]ʻimi pono
KarlHe 45 ʻai a me 8 ʻāpō a Karl Malone.Karl Malone has 45 points and 8 rebounds.ʻāpō
 ʻUmi nui ʻia ʻo Karl Malone e ʻekolu mea kūpale i minuke hope loa o ka hoʻokūkū.Karl Malone usually gets pressured by three defenders in the last few minutes of the game.ʻumi
KasepianaKe kai ʻo KasepianaCaspian SeaKasepiana
kātunapuke kātunacomic bookkātuna
kauHe kau maka ʻoia na kona hoaloha.He is the object of his friend's affection and respect.maka₂
 kau ka makato desire, to long to see, to think of fondlymaka₂
 ke kau o makalapuathe spring seasonmakalapua
 kau nui ka manaʻothink constantly, concentratemanaʻo
 He liʻi ka moa, kau ana ka moa i luna o ka hale.The chicken is a chief, the chicken perches at the top of the house.moa₁
 Moe kau a hoʻoilo.Sleep summer to winter [the sleep of death].moe₁
 ʻAi ā kau, ʻai ā mūʻā.Fed in the mouth, fed mouth-to-mouth.mūʻā₁
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kaʻukaʻu malihinimy guest. [cf. koʻu kamaʻāina]malihini
 kaʻu mau pukemy booksmau₅
 E menemene ana au i kaʻu mea e menemene aku ai.I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion.menemene
 Wahine momona waiū lewa, too muchee meʻomeʻo i kaʻu sikaliki.Fat woman with hanging breasts, always hanging around for my cigarette.meʻomeʻo₁
 No neʻi kaʻu huakaʻi.My journey will be to this place.neʻi₂
 He niuniu kaʻu i nehinei.I had bad luck yesterday.niuniu₂
 Mai noho ʻoe ā kolohe i kaʻu mea hana.Don't you dare disturb my work.noho₄
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Kau Kau Pua.Decoration Day.kau pua
KaʻūKaʻū mākaha.Fierce Kaʻū [a description of the Kaʻū people, referring to their killing of several oppressive chief's].mākaha₁
 Kaʻū malo ʻeka, kua wehi.Kaʻū of dirty malo and black back [due to working in the sun].wehi₃
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].hilinaʻi
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].hilinaʻi
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū. [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].kālele₁
 Hilinaʻi Kaʻū, kālele Puna; Hilinaʻi Puna, kālele Kaʻū.Kaʻū is dependent, supported by Puna; Puna is dependent, supported by Kaʻū. [Kaʻū and Puna depend on one another, said also of persons who do so].kālele₁
 Kiʻekiʻe Kaʻū, kua makani, he umauma i ʻia e ke Aʻe Loa.Majestic Kaʻū, wind [blown] back, breast blown upon by the Aʻe Loa tradewind breeze.kiʻekiʻe
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kāu hoʻi kāu hana i ka mākaia.You've behaved treacherously.mākaia
 Ua puni au i kāu mali leo ʻana mai.I believed your flattering words.mali₁
 He aha kāu i piʻi aku nei i ka lapa manu ʻole?Why did you climb the ridge without birds [go on a wild-goose chase]?manu₁
 He aha kāu ?What did you dream about?mī₂
 He aha kāu ʻo ka miki ʻana aku nei i laila?Why were you so prompt in going there?miki₁
 Naua hoʻi kāu hele ʻana.How slowly you walk.naua₃
  hou nohoʻi kāu hana.How strangely you act.nū hou
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kauaMakaʻu ʻoia i ke kaua.He is afraid of war.makaʻu
 hoʻomalolo kauatrucemalolo₁
 hoʻomalu kauaarmisticemalu₁
 kūʻē (kaua) hoʻomauhalafeudmauhala
 ʻau moku kauanavy. also pūʻali kaua moanamoku₃
  niho o kāna pale kauathe bosses of his bucklersniho₁
 I loko ʻoia o ke okooko o ke kaua.He was in the heat of battle.okooko
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kauāKa pali hāʻili kauāthe cliff that curses the outcasthāʻili
 ka pule a kāu kauā nei e haipule ai i mua o kou alothe prayer which thy servant prays before theehaipule
 ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe i hoʻohālike aʻe nei me Dāvida kaʻu kauā.You are not like David, my servant.hālike
 ʻO ka mea hoʻohiwahiwa i kāna kauā mai kona ʻuʻuku mai.He who delicately brings up his servant from his childhood.hiwahiwa
 ʻAʻole hoʻi ʻoe i hoʻohālike aʻe nei me Dāvida kaʻu kauā.You are not like David, my servant.hoʻohālike
 ʻO ka mea hoʻohiwahiwa i kāna kauā mai kona ʻuʻuku mai.He who delicately brings up his servant from his childhood.hoʻohiwahiwa
 Ka make kama o kauā.The bound death of the outcasts [i.e., they were sacrificed on the altar].kama₂
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kāuaMākiʻa o uhaele aku kāua.We'll probably go.mākiʻa
 Nīpuʻu paʻa ʻia me ʻoe, ke aloha o kāua.Bound fast to you is our love.nīpuʻu
 E noke kāua i ka hana, a pau kēia.Let's persist in the work until this is finished.noke
 Ō hele kāua.Let's go.ō₆
 Ua oki ʻōlelo a kāua no ka mea ke oki mai nei ka ʻona o ka ʻawa iaʻu.Our talk stopped because the intoxication of the kava for me became extraordinary.oki₁
 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
 E pāpāʻōlelo kāua, ʻoiai ka manaʻo i ʻaneʻilet's converse while the desire is here.pāpāʻōlelo
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KauahaeĒ ka wahine noho i ka makani, i ka makani Kauahae, i ke ahi lele o Kamaile.O lady dwelling in the wind, in the raging rain and wind, in the firebrands of Kamaile.Kauahae
kauaheaheHe aha kēia āu e kauaheahe nei?What are you gazing at?kauaheahe₁
 Kauaheahe ka holo ʻana o kahi kaʻa o mākou.Our car went straight on and on.kauaheahe₁
 lele kauaheahe i luna lilo loato fly on and on, way far upkauaheahe₁
 kaʻao kauaheahelight storykauaheahe₂
KauahoaʻO Kauahoa, ʻo ka meʻe uʻi o Hanalei.Kauahoa, the handsome youthful hero of Hanalei.meʻe
 Ua ʻapo ʻia mai ʻo Kawelo e kukuna weliweli o Kauahoa kūlana uʻi.Kawelo was caught by the numerous terrible rays of Kauahoaʻs reputation as a youthful stalwart.weliweli₃
KauaʻiMaʻemaʻe wale ʻo Kauaʻi, hemolele wale i ka mālie.A perfect beauty is Kauaʻi, flawless in the calm.maʻemaʻe
 Ā 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
 He mānea ʻo Niʻihau, no Kauaʻi.Niʻihau is a dependent of Kauaʻi.mānea
 Mōkio pololei maila i Kauaʻi.To go straight to Kauaʻi.mōkio₂
 Ua nui ka poʻe Kauaʻi i hoʻopaʻa mai lākou iho e noho kanaka aku no Pākaʻa.Many Kauaʻi people bound themselves as subjects of Pākaʻa.noho kanaka
 Maikaʻi wale ʻo Kauaʻi.How beautiful is Kauaʻi.wale₂
 Maikaʻi wale Kauaʻi.So very beautiful is Kauaʻi.wale nō
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KaualehuHe noni no Kaualehu, he pūhai aʻa.A noni tree of Kaualehu [a rocky place at Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi] whose roots are in shallow ground. [one with superficial knowledge]pūhai
KauaʻulaKe kukui pio ʻole i ke Kauaʻula.The light not extinguished by Kauaʻula [in praise of Lahaina Luna school].Kauaʻula₁
kauʻeliʻeliʻO kaʻu ia e kauʻeliʻeli nei, e kaumoʻo nei mamuli o Lono.This is why I am reviewing the past, joining on to Lono's account.kauʻeliʻeli
kauʻewahelu kauʻewaodd numberkauʻewa
kauhaʻaAia i Punaluʻu kaʻu aloha, i ke kai kauhaʻa a ka malihini.My sweetheart is at Punaluʻu, where the sea dances for visitors.kauhaʻa
kauhaleMākalakala iāia nei a pau hihia i kauhale.Free him of all defilements at home.mākalakala₁
 Hele akula i kauhale e kamaʻilio ai, i laila pau koʻu hiamoe nui, ka hana ʻole.Going to houses of others and chatting, there saying that Iʻm sleeping all the time, doing no work.pau₂
 Polepole ka mamalihini, kaʻa mai kaʻa mai i kou, i kou kauhale ʻouʻou; ke ʻākia nei kuʻu piko e kaulele e ē.Ward off the strangeness, roll here, roll here the kou wood, for a kou house, a high house; [there's a nip at my navel to make an effort to accomplish.polepole₂
 Hele ka makuahine, ʻalalā keiki i kauhale.When the mother goes, children bawl at home [a neglectful mother].ʻalalā₁
 ʻAnau nohoʻi ʻoe i kauhale.How you go gadding from house to house.ʻanau
 Ua lalau aku i kauhale o Hikaua .[He] has wandered off to So-and-so's house.Hikaua
 He Kākea ka makani kulakulaʻi kauhale o Mānoa.The Kākea wind that pushes over the houses of Mānoa [said of one who is excessively aggressive].Kākea
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kauhapaE kauhapa ʻoe i ka pili i ka e kākï ai.Overlap the shingle when you nail it down.kauhapa
kauhelukauhelu ʻepekemascientific notationkauhelu
 kauhelu pāhoʻonuiexponential notationkauhelu
 kauhelu ʻepekemascientific notationʻepekema
KauhiA i kumu pale ma Kauhi ʻaoʻao no kāna mau hana hoʻomāinoino.In defense of Kauhi’s cruel actions.kumu pale
KauhikoaʻAʻohe hana a Kauhikoa.Kauhikoa has no work. [of a lazy person]Kauhikoa
KauholanuiʻO Kauholanui ke kapuahi noʻao, nōʻā wela i ke kapu.Kauholanui the hot fire place, burning hot with taboo.noʻao
kauholoKauholo aku ʻoe Laʻakea.Run after Laʻakea and bring him back.kauholo
kauhuaHoʻokahi kauhua a koʻu puʻuwai.Single desire of my heart.kauhua₁
kauhuluUa ʻike au i ke kauhulu o ka iʻa.I saw the gathering of fish schools near the surface.kauhulu
KauilamākēhāokalaniKauilamākēhāokalani.Flashing lightning of heaven.mākēhā
kaukakauka pale keikiobstetricianpale keiki
 Ua pau ka pono a ke kauka.The doctor has lost hope.pono₅
 kauka haʻihaʻi iwichiropractorhaʻihaʻi₁
 Inā e maʻi kekahi kanaka, lana kona manaʻo i ke kauka.When a person is sick, he wants a doctor.lana₁
 kauka lapaʻaumedical doctorlapaʻau
 kauka haʻihaʻi iwiosteopathhaʻihaʻi iwi
 ʻO Kauka Halenui ke kauka Halenui ke kauka nāna i lapaʻau mai iaʻu.Doctor Halenui is the doctor who treated me.Kauka
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kaukahiMa ke kaukahi kāna hana ʻana, ʻaʻole ma ka lauwili.His task was done with a singleness of purpose [or regularity], not with inconstancy.kaukahi₁
kaukaʻiĒ kuʻu haku, pale ka pono! ʻAʻohe pono i koe, hoʻokahi pono ʻo ka hoʻi wale koe o kākou, kaukaʻi aku nei hoʻi ka pono i kaikuahine muli hoʻi .My lord, set aside the plan; there is no hope left; the only hope is for us to go back and depend on your youngest sister …. [priest is advising his lord to give up quest of Lāʻie and depend on his sister's help]pono₄
 ʻEhia mea kaukaʻi ka pono iāʻoe?How many people depend on you for livelihood?kaukaʻi
 Kaukaʻi au i kona hana mai i māua hana.I depend on his doing our work.kaukaʻi
 kumuloli kaukaʻidependent variablekaukaʻi
 kumuloli kaukaʻidependent variablekumuloli
kaukalahuna kaukalapigment grain, in biologykaukala
kaukānāwaimana kaukānāwailegislative powerskānāwai
kaukaniE kau ʻia maluna ona ka hoʻopaʻi, ʻaʻole e ʻoi aku mamua o hoʻokahi kaukani kālā.Liable to [lit., set upon him] punishment not in excess of one thousand dollars.kau₁
 ʻEhā kaukani hoʻi i hoʻoleʻa Iēhowa me mea kani aʻu i hana ai i mea hoʻoleʻa.Four thousand then praised Jehovah with the playing instruments I made as praising things.leʻa₁
 hapa kaukani kekonamillisecond, in mathhapa kaukani
 Ma ka hālāwai o kēlā makahiki aku nei i ʻāpono ʻia ai ka palapala hoʻokumu o ka ʻahahui ʻo Pua a Hāloa, a mai ia manawa mai, ua ulu a he mau kaukani ka nui o lālā.At last year's meeting the charter for the association called Nā Pua a Hāloa was approved, and since that time membership has grown into the thousands.palapala hoʻokumu
 E hoʻopaʻa ana ka luna hoʻokolokolo i ka pēla he ʻumi kaukani kālā no ka hopohopo e mahuka ka mea i hoʻāhewa ʻia i kahi ʻāina ʻē.Bail has been set by the judge at ten thousand dollars for fear the accused may flee the country.pēla₃
kaukauHe kaukau aloha naʻu iāʻoe.A loving heart-to-heart talk with you.kaukau₁
kaʻukaʻuHe aha ka mea o ke kaʻukaʻu ʻana?Why be hesitant?kaʻukaʻu₁
 kaʻukaʻu lua ʻoledauntless, quick, alertkaʻukaʻu lua
 Kuʻupau hana i ke ākea, kaʻukaʻu lua ʻole i ka lehulehu.Unrestrained doings in public, unchecked by the crowd.kaʻukaʻu lua
 kaʻukaʻu luato delay muchlua₃
 Kuʻupau hana i ke ākea, kaʻukaʻu lua ʻole i ka lehulehu.Unrestrained doings in public, unchecked by the crowd.lua ʻole
 Nui ke kaʻukaʻu ma waena o ke kōmi ʻana i ke pihi a me ka hana.There is a long delay between pressing the key and the action.kaʻukaʻu
kaukaualiʻiPapaiʻawa aʻela ʻo ʻAiwohikupua me kona mau kaukaualiʻi a me haiā wāhine ona e hoʻopau i kāna ʻōlelo hoʻohiki.ʻAiwohikupua and his lesser chiefs and the women of the household made ceremonial kava offerings to put an end to his oath.haiā wahine₁
 kona mau kaukaualiʻihis lesser chiefskaukaualiʻi
 Papaiʻawa aʻela ʻo ʻAiwohikupua me kona mau kaukaualiʻi a me haiā wāhine ona e hoʻopau i kāna ʻōlelo hoʻohiki.ʻAiwohikupua and his lesser chiefs and the women of the household made ceremonial kava offerings to put an end to his oath.ʻAiwohikupua
kaʻukaʻuleleKe kaʻukaʻulele a ka ua.The joyful leaps of the rain.kaʻukaʻulele
KaʻukaʻulīĒ Pele ē! Kaʻukaʻulī!O Pele! Shishing along!kaʻukaʻulī
kaukaunuLeʻa ke kaukaunu i pua hala ʻai a ke kīnaʻu.There is fun in loving the tip of the pandanus fruit of which kīnaʻu eels are fond [if these fruits fall into the sea they are said to be eaten by kīnaʻu eels].kaukaunu
kaukoeE kaukoe aku ʻoe i ka ʻimi naʻauao.Go on with your education.kaukoe
kaukoloE kaukolo aku ana au i kuʻu akua, e kala mai i kuʻu hewa iāʻoe.I am pleading to my god, to forgive my wrongs to you.kaukolo
kaukomaKe hāpōpō mālie mai nei ka ʻike ʻana o koʻu kupuna kāne no kōna loaʻa i ke kaukoma.My grandfather's vision is gradually getting cloudy because he has glaucoma.kaukoma
kaukonuhopena kaukonuideal result, in mathkaukonu
kaulaHukia mai ke kaula i kūpono, kolia mai ke kaula i māloʻeloʻe.Pull the rope till it fits right, draw the rope till taut.māloʻeloʻe₂
 Hukia mai ke kaula i kūpono, kolia mai ke kaula i māloʻeloʻe.Pull the rope till it fits right, draw the rope till taut.māloʻeloʻe₂
 E paʻa ā paʻa ʻolua i ke kaula.Hold fast to the rope.paʻa₁
 kiloi pōkaʻa kaulato toss rings in a game of ringtoss or quoitspōkaʻa kaula₁
 kaula drag or towlinepū₇
 Pūkōkeʻe, ʻoia ke kaula e hīkiʻikiʻi ai i ka wae.The pūkōkeʻe ties down the canoe spreader.pūkōkeʻe
 kaula ʻūlili,strengthening cords holding the canoe cover (ʻahu uhi waʻa) in place. see wai ʻūliliʻūlili₈
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kaʻulaKaʻula i ka hoʻokē a manu.Kaʻula [Islet] is crowded with birds [of any crowded place]. hoʻokē₁
 A ʻike pua iki aku ʻoe Kaʻula.And you barely see Kaʻula.pua₂
 Puaea ka manu o Kaʻula i ke kaiThe bird of Kaʻula expires at sea [utter destruction, as of birds dropping dead while flying overseas]puaea
 ʻAi ʻoe i ka manu o Kaʻula.Then rule the birds of Kaʻula.Kaʻula₁
 Ke lei maila ʻo Kaʻula i ke kai.Kaʻula wears the ocean as a lei.Kaʻula₁
 Hei kōʻalaʻala ka manu o Kaʻula.The bird of Kaʻula is quickly caught [perhaps as a sweetheart].kōʻalaʻala₂
kāulaʻO Hiʻiaka ke kāula nui, nāna i hana, nāna i pālāʻau i maʻi apauHiʻiaka the great priest, she acts, she treats all ailments.pālāʻau
kaulahaokaulahao paikikalabicycle chainkaulahao
 kaulahao paikikalabicycle chainpaikikala
 pānihoniho o ke kaulahao paikikalabicycle chain cogpānihoniho
kaulaʻihaka kaulaʻidrying rack or framekaulaʻi
 iʻa kaulaʻifish hung or spread for dryingkaulaʻi
kaulanaKaulana ʻo Kona i ke kai māʻokiʻoki.Kona is famous for its streaked sea of various colors.māʻokiʻoki
 ka nuku kaulana o Nuʻuanuthe famous Nuʻuanu gapnuku₁
 He mau pana kaulana ma Kapaʻahu, ʻo ia hoʻi ka heiau ʻo Wahaʻula.There are some well-known places in Kapaʻahu, for example, the heaiu of Wahaʻula.pana₃
 E mele mai ana puʻukani kaulana.The famous singers will sing.puʻukani
 ʻAi wale i ka hinana, ka iʻa kaulana o ka ʻāina.Eat readily of the hinana, the famuous fish of the land.hinana
  kaulanaday of celebration or festivity, famous daykaulana₁
 Pau ka moʻolelo kaulana o Kawelo, a koe paha kekahi ma keʻena ʻōpū o ka lehulehu.The famous story of Kawelo is over, but some of it perhaps remains in the crannies of the hearts of the people.keʻena
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kaulaniI ke kapu, ʻaʻole e pono, ʻo ka pono o ka ʻāina e kaulani.In the taboo there is no salvation, the salvation of the land is in upholding the chief.kaulani
kauleihe iʻa kauleia fish almost hookedkaulei₁
 He aha kēlā mea e kaulei maila maʻō?What then is that resting over there?kaulei₂
kaulele pono kaulele hōʻoiThe gains over and above. [In divination, a priest may put two piles of pebbles under a tapa; then he counts the pebbles in each pile by twos; if none are left over in the would-be thief's pile this is called even;ʻoi₂
  pono kaulele hōʻoi(pahu) this means bad luck for the thief if his would-be victim is odd. If both piles are odd, or both piles are even, this, too, is indicative of failure. Having an odd number is good if the victim has an even number.]ʻoi₂
 Polepole ka mamalihini, kaʻa mai kaʻa mai i kou, i kou kauhale ʻouʻou; ke ʻākia nei kuʻu piko e kaulele e ē.Ward off the strangeness, roll here, roll here the kou wood, for a kou house, a high house; [there's a nip at my navel to make an effort to accomplish.polepole₂
 Me lākou hoʻouku kaulele ʻia he 10 keneta o ke dālā.Together with interest of ten cents a dollar.uku kaulele
 kaulele ikisecondary stress, in musickaulele₂
 Kaulele ma ka pana malalo.Accent the down beat.kaulele₂
 He aloha kaulele iāʻoe ē ka hoa luhi.Extra love for you, O fellow laborer.kaulele₃
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kauleoE kauleo aku ana au iāʻoe, ē kuʻu kama, e noho mai kāua e pono ai.I advise you, my child, it is better for you to remain with me.kauleo
kauliakaulia i ke keʻacrucifykaulia₁
kaulihikaulihi ʻākauright justifiedkaulihi
 kaulihi hemaleft justifiedkaulihi
 kaulihi likefull justifiedkaulihi
kaulikehelu kaulikeeven numberkaulike
 kaha kaulikeparallel linekaulike
 kaulike ʻoleunjust, unreasonable, unevenkaulike
 Pono kaulike.Equal rights and justice for all.kaulike
 Ke kaulike ʻelua manehu i ka pahu ʻana o kekahi i kekahi, paʻa maila ke anakonu.When two opposing forces are equal, equilibrium is achieved.anakonu
 anapaona kaulikebalance scalesanapaona
 haʻihelu kemikala kaulikebalanced chemical equationhaʻihelu
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kaulimaE ʻao lūʻau a kaulima.Offer young taro leaves five times as sacrifice.ʻao lūʻau
kaulonaI luna ona maka o ke anaina kāhuna kahi i kaulona ai.The eyes of the company of priests watched him with interest.kaulona
 aniani kaulona ʻeʻeleconcave lensaniani kaulona
 aniani kaulona ʻeʻemuconvex lensaniani kaulona
 aniani kaulona ʻeʻeleconcave lensʻeʻele₂
 aniani kaulona ʻeʻemuconvex lensʻeʻemu
kauluPali kaulu ʻole ka lani.The chief is a cliff without a jog [of very high rank].pali
 He kanaka no kaulu hānai.A man from the high cliff ledge [a prominent man].kaulu₁
 Ē Kaulu ē, pupuʻulia.O Kaulu, double up.pupuʻulia
kauluaʻāwili kauluaalligation alternateʻāwili₂
 Aloha hoa o ka nalu mua kau, o kūlana kai o ke kaulua ē.Greetings, friends of the waves first mounted, the breaking sea of the double canoe.kūlana kai
 lima kauluaambidextrouskaulua
 ʻO ka 8 ke kaulua o ka 4.Eight is the double of four.kaulua
 lāʻau kaulua kaulikeeven parallel barslāʻau kaulua
 lāʻau kaulua kaulike ʻoleuneven parallel barslāʻau kaulua
KaululaniʻO ka malila mōhai a Kaululani, nona ke aka ka hihiʻo i ka nei.The ghostly offering of Kaululani, to him belonged the shadow, the fleeting dream of last night.malila₁
kauluwelaKauluwela ka moana i ʻau waʻa kaua o Kalaniʻōpuʻu; aia koa ke ʻaʻahu i lākou mau ʻahu ʻula o waihoʻoluʻu like ʻole.The ocean was swarming with the fleet of war canoes of Kalaniʻōpuʻu; the warriors were wearing their feather cloaks of varied colors.kauluwela₂
Kaumaealele kawa o Kaumaeasport of leaping over earth banks, at Kaumaea, Kaʻūlele kawa
kaumahaUa ka manaʻo kaumaha.The sad thoughts have faded away.mā₁
 Hoʻomālielie i ke kaumaha.Condolence.mālielie
 E hoʻomāmā ʻoe i kou kaumaha.Ease your grief.māmā₂
 Ua mao aʻela ke kaumaha.The sadness has ceased.mao₁
 He 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
 Numi maila kona kaumaha.His sorrows gradually ebbed away.numi
 He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags.ʻopeʻope₁
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KaumailaniNona ka hale i Kaumailani, no Kākaʻe no ka leo pihano.His is the house at Kaumailani, for Kākaʻe, the weak-voiced.pihano
kaumakame ka puʻuwai i piha i ke kaumakawith his heart filled with loving thoughtskaumaka
kaʻūmanapua kaʻūmanaazaleakaʻūmana₂
KaumanamanaI Hikauhi, i Kaumanamana.Hikauhi is at Kaumanamana. [saying applied to fruitless endeavors]Hikauhi
kaumokuʻāinaʻahahui kaumokuʻāinanational organizationkaumokuʻāina
 kupa kaumokuʻāina pāluadual citizenkaumokuʻāina
 makaʻāinana kaumokuʻāina pāluadual citizenkaumokuʻāina
 kupa kaumokuʻāina pāluadual citizenkupa
 makaʻāinana kaumokuʻāina pāluadual citizenkupa
 makaʻāinana kaumokuʻāina pāluadual citizen (also kupa kaumokuʻāina pālua).makaʻāinana
kaumoʻoʻO kaʻu ia e kauʻeliʻeli nei, e kaumoʻo nei mamuli o Lono.This is why I am reviewing the past, joining on to Lono's account.kauʻeliʻeli
 ʻAʻole i hoʻomau ʻia ka hana, kaumoʻo wale i ke akaaka ʻole.Work was not continued, just uncertainty with lack of clarity.kaumoʻo₃
kaumukuʻEʻeke ka piʻi pali o Mauna Hina, kaumuku ʻekekeʻi i ka wai o ka liko.The climber of Mauna Hina cliff shrinks away, draws away, shrinks from the moisture of the leaf buds.kaumuku₁
KaunāE lulumi ana ʻale o Kaunā.The billows of Kaunā rush pell-mell.lulumi
kāunaʻekolu kāunatwelvekāuna
 Ke kāuna hoʻokahi o ka huina o a total of four dayskāuna
  wahi kāuna ʻoʻopuseveral foursomes of ʻoʻopu fishkāuna
kaunaloaKaunaloa i ka ʻimi naʻauao.Determined perseverance in seeking education.kaunaloa
kaunanakaunana pālāmoadark clouds coming into the skykaunana
kaunaʻoaHihi kaunaʻoa, hihi Mānā, aloha wale ia lāʻau kumu ʻole.Tangled parasite vine, tangled Mānā, pity for this vine without a trunk [of parasites or helpless folk].kaunaʻoa₁
kaunuwai o kaunuthrilling discharges of lovewai₁
 Ē ka hoa e kaunu nei ma kēia moʻolelo.O friend who is also absorbed in this story.kaunu₁
 kaunu a laua place of verdure, especially one frequented by birds. lit., place of leaves.kaunu₂
 ʻOhi hāpuku ka makapehu o Kaunu.The hungry ones of Kaunu grab at anything [of gossip].hāpuku₂
 Kīhele wale hoʻi ʻo Kaunu ma ʻō, ma ʻaneʻi ma ka pena.Kaunu was all over the paint.pena₄
KaunuoHuaA aloha wale ʻia hoʻi ʻo KaunuoHua, he puʻu wale .Even Kaunu-o-Hua is loved, just a hill [how much more so a human being!].Kaunuohua
kauōhoʻoulu kauōto inspire canoe haulers by chant and prayer-ulu kauō
 ma ka leo kauō, hoʻānuʻunuʻu, ā hoʻohaʻihaʻiwith loud voice, vibrating, rising and falling.haʻihaʻi₁
 kauō ā lupesame as kauālupekauō₁
 kauō huluhuluto drag along roughly, as a canoe hull that is shredded (huluhulu), or a child who is bruisedkauō₁
 kauō ka hikipossible to move by draggingkauō₁
 pipi kauōoxenkauō₁
 kalaka kauō.tow truck.kauō
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kauohaMālama kauoha.Obey orders.mālama₁
 ʻO kaʻu ʻoloʻolōna kēia i kauoha ʻia mai ai.This is the load required of me.ʻoloʻolōna
 Kauoha Hou Pākekepocket-sized New Testamentpākeke₃
 pale kauohato ignore, fail to carry out a commandpale₁
 Hoʻokō au ia kauoha me ka ʻewaʻewa ʻole.I carried out this instruction without a flaw.ʻewaʻewa₁
 luna hoʻokō kauohaexecutorhoʻokō
 he kanaka hoʻolohe i kauohaa person obedient to commandshoʻolohe
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kaupaleUa kaupale mai kuʻu kaikamahine iaʻu.My daughter disowned me.kaupale
 Me he nalo mumulu ʻo Ewing ma ke kaupale ʻana Olajuwon.Ewing was like a fly all over Olajuwon while defending him.kaupale
 ʻO ke kīloi ʻaoʻao wale akula ia o ka helu 4 ma luna o ka mea e kaupale ana ia.Number 4 made a hook pass right over the one who was defending him.kīloi ʻaoʻao
 Paʻakikī ke kaupale ʻana i ke kaʻaneʻe ʻākeʻa ʻūniu.Defending the pick and roll play is tough.ʻākeʻa ʻūniu
kaupalenakaupalena ʻialimited (as an incorporated company)kaupalena
 ke kaupalena ʻana i ka manaʻoimposition of a conditionkaupalena
 me kaupalena ʻoleunconditional, without a deadlinekaupalena
 kaupalena hānaufamily planning, planned parenthood, population controlhānau
 He noʻonoʻo kekahi mau mākua i ke kaupalena hānau ma muli o kumu hoʻokele waiwai.Some parents consider family planning due to economic reasons.kaupalena hānau
kaupaonaKaʻu kaupaona, ua puka haneli.My weight is almost one hundred.puka₇
 luna kaupaonareceiverkaupaona
 E hoʻoponopono i ke pihi hoʻopololei a kaulike ke kaupaona.Fix the adjuster so that the scales are balanced.pihi hoʻopololei
kaupapaKe kaupapa nei pili.The shingles are overlapping.kaupapa₂
kaupēE kaupē aku i ka hoe, e mai i ka hoe, o hoe!Put forward the paddle, draw the paddle toward you, paddle!kaupē₂
kaupeʻahihia i loko o ke alohiki kaupeʻaintermingled, mixed in a family united by several marriageskaupeʻa
  kaupeʻati leaves crossed as a sign of tabookaupeʻa
 Ua kaupeʻa ʻia hae.The flags are on crossed staffs.kaupeʻa
 hualoaʻa kaupeʻacross producthualoaʻa
 ʻŌʻū ō loa manu o Kaupeʻa.The birds of Kaupeʻa [sing] long as they perch.ʻōʻū₂
KaʻupenaHe kālena ko Kaʻupena no ke oli ʻana.Kaʻupena has a talent for chanting.kālena
kaupokuʻŌlepe ʻia kaupoku e ka makani.The roofs were ripped off by the wind.ʻōlepe pū
 Ka home kaupoku ʻole.The home without a ridgepole [a prison, ship, or place occupied by man that is not actually a home; an unhappy home].home
 ʻiole kaupokuroof ratkaupoku₁
 Kāhiko ka nani i Kamaʻe, ke kaupoku o ke ʻala.Beauty adorns Kamaʻe, the greatest fragrance.kaupoku₁
 Kiʻekiʻe kaupoku o Hanalei.The high ridgepole of Hanalei [said of conceited or willful persons; a pun on a place name at Hanalei].kaupoku₁
 papa kaupokucanopy layer of vegetation between papa hapamalu and papa ʻoiʻoikaupoku₁
 lānai kaupoku ʻoleterracelānai
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kaupokulaniʻaha mele kaupokulanioutdoor concertkaupokulani
 haʻuki kaupokulanioutdoor sportkaupokulani
 mākeke kaupokulanioutdoor marketkaupokulani
kaʻupukaʻupu hehi ʻalebillow-treading kaʻupukaʻupu₁
kaupuaKe kaupua maila ao.The clouds are gathering in banks.kaupua₁
kauwākauwā haʻalele loaa kauwā, outcast, of the worst and most abandoned sorthaʻalele loa₂
 ka hamumumu a kauwā ānathe whispering of his servantshamumumu
 hana kauwā kuapaʻaslave laborkuapaʻa₁
 I hilahila au ʻoe; i kuʻu ʻōlelo ʻia mai nei au i ke kauwāI am ashamed because of you; I am being publicized here as an outcastkuʻu ʻōlelo
kauwaenaʻāpana pāʻoihana kauwaenacentral business districtkauwaena
 ʻāpana pāʻoihana kauwaenacentral business districtpāʻoihana
kauwahiMai hoʻi kauwahi wai.Do give me a little water.mai₁
 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
 He wela he kauwahi e mahi ʻai.A wela is a certain place to be cultivated.wela₃
 Hiki akula au ma ke kauwahi, a moe ihola i loko o kekahi ana.I went to a certain place and slept inside a cave.kauwahi
 Naʻu hoʻi kauwahi iʻa.Let me have a little fish.kauwahi
 Naʻu hoʻi kauwahi o ka iʻa.Let me have a part of the fish.kauwahi
kaʻuwaliKāua i ka holo kaʻuwali.We two joggling along.kaʻuwali
kauwelaka māuikiʻikiʻi o ke kauwelasummer solsticemāuikiʻikiʻi
kauwikaminakauwikamina B.B-complex vitamin.kau-
kauwōKauwō ulupau ka holokahiki.The sailor drags anchor everywhere.holokahiki
kawakiʻo kawaa pool below a precipice from which swimmers leapkawa₁
 lele kawa o Kaumaeasport of leaping over earth banks, at Kaumaea, Kaʻūlele kawa
 papa lele kawadiving boardlele kawa
 paʻa i Kawalock up in jailKawa₃
kāwāʻO ke kuʻi kēia, ʻo ka holo kēlā, moe kāwā, hāpala ka ʻele.This is a stroke, that is a run, a space lies between, the black is blotted.kāwā₁
 Pehea ke kāwā mawaena o hale?What's the distance between the houses?kāwā₁
 ʻEhia ke kāwā o ke koho?How much is the discrepancy of the estimate?kāwā₂
 Ka ʻiliʻili hānau o Kōloa, ka nalu haʻi o Kāwā.The birth pebbles of Kōloa, the breaking waves of Kāwā.ʻiliʻili hānau
 ʻIliʻili hānau o Kōloa, ka nalu haʻi o Kāwā.Birth pebbles of Kōloa, breaking waves of Kāwā.Kāwā
kāwaʻa"I kāwaʻa, e holo, ua nui ke kai o ke aumoe.""Let's do canoe net fishing, sail, the sea is high at midnight.”kāwaʻa₂
KawaʻahiaMai ʻalaʻala paha auaneʻi i ka ua Kawaʻahia.Perhaps his neck will be scarred in the rain of Kawaʻahia [in trouble].ʻalaʻala₂
kāwāholoE hoʻopaʻa i kāwāholo ma kēlā me kēia ʻumi kaʻahua.Set the tabs every ten spaces.hoʻopaʻa
 hoʻopaʻa i kāwāholoto set the tabshoʻopaʻa
 ke pihi kāwāholotab keykāwāholo
KawaiAloha ʻolua na Kawai.Greetings to you both from Kawai. [close of a letter]na
kāwaiʻAʻohe ikaika ʻo kēia lama, he kāwai wale .This rum has no strength; it is nearly all water.kāwai₁
 He kāwai hemo kēia.This is just water, the very end of the brew.kāwai hemo
KawaihaeKa ua nāulu o Kawaihae.The sudden shower of Kawaihae.nāulu₁
KawainuiWawā ka Menehune i PuʻukaPele ma Kauaʻi, pūʻoho ka manu o ka loko o Kawainui ma Koʻolauloa, Oʻahu.Menehune speak at Puʻu-ka-Pele, birds at Kawai Nui pond at Koʻolau Loa, Oʻahu, are startled.Puʻukapele
kawakawaUa kawakawa kahi moe i ka wai.This sleeping place is saturated with moisture.kawakawa₂
kāwalakāwala kuato strike from behindkāwala₂
kāwalawalahe māʻona kāwalawalainsufficiently filled after eatingkāwalawala
 ʻōlelo kāwalawalaspeech of which only a word here and there is understoodkāwalawala
KawānanakoaKawānanakoaThe brave prophecy.wānana
kawaūeaana kawaūea kūluapsychrometerana kawaūea
 ana kawaūea ʻōpuʻu pulu a maloʻowet-and-dry-bulb hygrometerana kawaūea
 maʻa ana kawaūea kūluasling psychrometerana kawaūea
 ana kawaūeahygrometerkawaūea
  kawaūearelative humiditykawaūea
 ana kawaūea ʻōpuʻu pulu a maloʻowet-and-dry-bulb hygrometerʻōpuʻu₄
KawēkuilaniKawēkuilani.The royal height [a name of Princess Kaʻiulani].wēkiu
kāwelekāwele pepapaper napkin or towelpepa₁
 E ʻaiana i kāwele i poepoeIron the towels so they will be compactpoepoe₁
 e kāwele mai i ke dry the dishkāwele₃
 kāwele maloʻoto dust with a dry clothkāwele
 kāwele maʻūto dust with a damp clothkāwele
 ʻūhōloʻa kāwele pepapaper towel dispenserʻūhōloʻa
 Nui ka heu lepo ma luna o ka haka kau; e kāwele ʻoe.There’s a lot of dust on the shelf; wipe it off.heu lepo
kaweleʻāHauhili ka ʻai a ke kaweleʻā.The kāweleʻā fish takes the hook and tangles [the lines; of a tangled situation].hauhili₁
kāweleweleĀ i loaʻa hoʻi ke kāwelewele, pono iki ia manawa.When an almost forgotten thought is recalled, it helps a little for the time being.kāwelewele₁
 ʻO Kama ke akua i ke kāwelewele.Kama was the god [who held] the end of the rope being pulled.kāwelewele₁
KaweloKona make ʻana ma o Kawelo ala.His death at the hands of Kawelo there.ma
 Ua hoʻopuni ʻia ʻo Kawelo i ka weliweli.Kawelo was filled with terror.puni₁
 Lālau akula ʻo Kawelo i ke kukui, mama ihola ā pupuhi i ke kai i malino.Kawelo took the candlenut, chewed, and spit [it] into the sea to calm [it].pupuhi
 Hoʻouluulu aʻela ʻo Kawelo i akua ona.Kawelo appealed to his gods.uluulu₂
 Ua ʻapo ʻia mai ʻo Kawelo e kukuna weliweli o Kauahoa kūlana uʻi.Kawelo was caught by the numerous terrible rays of Kauahoaʻs reputation as a youthful stalwart.weliweli₃
 Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kahakaloa i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo. i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo.Kahakaloa brandished his war club so as to reach Kawelo's waist.ʻaʻa₂
 Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kākiʻi maila ʻo Kahakaloa i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo. i kāna lāʻau pālau, a loaʻa ihola ka ʻaʻa o Kawelo.Kahakaloa brandished his war club so as to reach Kawelo's waist.ʻaʻa₂
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KaweluHoʻō akula ʻo Hiku i ka ʻuhane o Kawelu ma wāwae.Hiku caused Kawelu's soul to enter at the feet.ʻō₂
 Komo ka ʻuhane a loko o ke kino ā ka umauma, ā ka puʻu, ʻoʻō moa aʻela ʻo Kaweluthe soul entered within the body, up to the chest, to the throat, and then Ka-welu crowed like a chicken. [a sign that she had been resuscitated]ʻoʻō
 Hoʻō akula ʻo Hiku i ka ʻuhane o Kawelu ma wāwae.Hiku caused Kawelu's soul to enter at the feet.hoʻō₁
kāweluKau kehakeha Nuʻuanu i ka makani, wehiwehi i ka holu a ke kāwelu.Proudly stands Nuʻuanu in the wind, adorned with the ripple of kāwelu grass.kehakeha
KawenaMe ke aloha o Kawena.With the love (or greeting) of Kawena.aloha
kaweweKe kawewe mai nei ka ua.The rain suddenly pours down.kawewe₁
KāwikaEia ʻo Kāwika, ēhē, ka heke aʻo pua, ēhē.Here is David, ah, ah, the greatest of descendants, ah, ah.ēhē
 Eia ʻo Kāwika, ēhē, ka heke o pua, ēhē.Here comes David, oh, oh, the greatest of descendants, oh, oh.heke₁
 Make wai ihola ʻo Kāwika.David was thirsty.iho₇
kāwilika poʻe kāwili manu ʻōʻōpeople who ensnared ʻōʻōkāwili
 lepo kāwiliclay, adobekāwili
kāwinakāwina wanilavanilla extractkāwina
kawowohoʻohua kawowoa medicine for women to induce conceptionhoʻohua₁
 hoʻohua kawowoa medicine for women to induce conceptionhua₁
 kāu mau kawowo hope loayour most distant progenykawowo
 kawowo ʻalapapaalfalfa sproutkawowo
 kawowo pāpapabean sproutkawowo
keʻAʻole 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
 ke aliʻi the chief and his retinuemā₂
 No kēia maʻa o ke aliʻi.Because of this custom of the chief.maʻa₁
 Ke alanui maʻawe ʻula a Kanaloa.The red track pathway of Kanaloa [the western sky].maʻawe ʻula
 Hoʻomāhua ke aniani hoʻonui ʻike i ka pūpū.The microscope magnifies the shell.māhua
 Mai hoʻokuʻi ʻia au e ke kaʻa.I was almost hit by a car.mai₃
 he wahine maikaʻi loa ke nānā akua woman very good to look atmaikaʻi
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ʻaito fastkē₁
 Nui ke o ka poʻe i kēlā puke.There was much protest by the people about that book.kē₁
 Hoʻomau maila o kēlā ʻaoʻao e koho i kahi i waiho ai ka noʻa.The players of that side continued to guess where thenoʻa was placed.kē₄
keaʻO ka uahi māpu kea.White wafted smoke.māpu
 Ua ʻō kea.The white sugar cane has tasseled [to gray with age].ʻō₂
  kai keato sprinkle with white sea [from waves, and not with salted fresh water]pī kai
 Mehe kapa kea ka ʻale o ka moana, ka puʻoa a ke kai i moku manu.Like white tapa are the billows of the ocean, as the sea lashes against the bird islands.puʻoa
 ke ʻalohi kea o ke ano kakahiakathe white light of morningʻalohi
 Na ke kea ka ʻai, ka ʻehu o waʻa liʻiliʻi i ke keiki o Kuaihelanithe white [pebble] wins, the child of Kuaihelani stirs the spray of small canoes [an old kōnane game chant]ʻehu₁
 Hāpala ka ʻele, na ke kea ka ʻai.The black is smeared, the white gets the score [in a kōnane game].hāpala₁
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keʻaMākia ʻia ma ka lāʻau keʻa.Nailed to the cross.mākia₂
 He keʻa puaʻa maka ʻolelepā.A boar with unrestrained eyes. [a fierce warrior]ʻolelepā
 alanui o ke keʻastation of the crossalanui
 kaulia i ke keʻacrucifykaulia₁
 ʻAʻole i keʻa mai ka hahana wela o kēia .There was no limit to the stifling heat of this day.keʻa₁
  i ke keʻalike the sire [of a child]keʻa₄
 kuhikuhi i ke keʻato make the sign of the crosskuhikuhi₁
KeaE hāliʻi ana ka hau mai ka piko o Mauna Kea.The snow from the summit of Mauna Kea was spread.hāliʻi
 Nani wale ʻo