updated: 12/18/2016

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laKe alanui hele mauka o Puʻukāhea la, e kāhea aku ka pono e komo mai ʻoe i loko nei.The path going inland of Calling-hill, the right to call you to come within.Puʻukāhea
Mahiki ka i ka ʻilikai.The sun came forth on the horizon.mahiki₅
 Poʻe kumu , i hoʻomahuʻi ʻia ai e kēlā poʻe.Teachers imitated by that people.māhuʻi
  Hoʻomaikaʻi.Thanksgiving Day.maikaʻi
 Ua mau kānaka mākaʻi i ka ʻāina.The aforementioned men who had spied in the country.mākaʻi₁
  maka kanaka.Day when many people gather, as a holiday.maka kanaka
 Mehe ipo ka maka lena a ke Koʻolau.Like a sweetheart is the yellow flower center of the Koʻolau.maka lena₂
 Ka hale makaʻūpē, i ka ʻū .The sad house, touched by grief.makaʻūpē
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laʻaUa ʻaʻe lākou i luna o kahi laʻa.They trespassed on a taboo place; they broke an agreement, law, taboo.ʻaʻe
 Laʻa ka ihu Kekalukaluokēwa.Reserve the kiss for Kekalukaluokēwā.ihu₁
 Hoʻokananeʻo hoʻi ka hele i ka . Ā laʻa i ke anu. Insisting on going out at night against advice, then got a cold. See puʻumake.-kananeʻo
 lāhui laʻaconsecrated nationlaʻa₁
 mea laʻaconsecrated or holy one or thinglaʻa₁
 A laʻa hāʻule .There you did fall.laʻa₂
 A laʻa i ke aʻu.So you did get jabbed by a swordfish. [get into trouble]laʻa₂
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lāʻaeʻoiaI lāʻaeʻoia, ua hele wale ʻia kēia kai e aʻu.In the good, long-ago days, the sea was often traveled by me.lāʻaeʻoia
laʻahiaʻAʻohe kani leo o manu o Olaʻa, ua laʻahia au me ke kuhi hewa.The voices of the Olaʻa birds sing no more, I am cursed by illusion [or: I have held myself apart for an illusion].laʻahia
LaʻakeaPuka ka niho o Laʻakea.Laʻakea is getting his teeth.niho₁
 E peʻe ana au Laʻakea.I'm hiding from Laʻakea.peʻe₁
 Ua hea aku au i kona inoa ʻo Laʻakea.I named him Laʻakea.hea₁
 Kauholo aku ʻoe Laʻakea.Run after Laʻakea and bring him back.kauholo
 Hiki Laʻakea ke hoʻokuʻikuʻi i hua ʻōlelo.Laʻakea can join words [in sentences].kuʻikuʻi₂
 E mai i ke kāmaʻa o Laʻakea.Tie Laʻakea's shoes.lī₂
 ʻO Laʻakea, ka luhi a Nāmaka.Laʻakea is devotedly cared for by Nāmaka.luhi₂
laʻalāʻau laʻalāʻauhedgelaʻalāʻau
 wao laʻalāʻaualpine shrublandlaʻalāʻau
laʻaloaʻelelū laʻaloaGerman cockroach (Blattella germanica)laʻaloa₁
LaʻameaUa noi akula ʻo Laʻamea, ke kumu aʻo kaua a Kekūhaupiʻo, i kona makua kāne e hoʻokuʻu mai ia e hoʻihoʻi aku naʻe i ke koa ʻōpio ma lalo o ke aʻo ʻana a Koaiʻa.Laʻamea, the warrior arts teacher of Kekūhaupiʻo, asked his [Kekūhaupiʻo's] father to release him [from his teaching role] and to place the young warrior instead under the teaching of Koaiʻa.hoʻihoʻi
laʻanalaʻana hōʻolecounter-examplehōʻole
 E haʻi mai i laʻana o ka iʻa keʻokeʻo.Give me an example of a white fish.laʻana
 laʻana hōʻolecounterexamplelaʻana
 ʻO pae moku ʻo Hawaiʻi a me ʻAleuta he mau laʻana o ia mea he pae moku hoaka.The Hawaiian and Aleutian archipelagos are examples of island arcs.pae moku hoaka
 ʻO ka pilina o ka nalo meli me ka pua, he laʻana maikaʻi ia o ka noho pōmaikaʻi ʻana o ʻelua meaola.The relationship of bee and flower is a good example of mutualism between two organisms.noho pōmaikaʻi
 laʻana kuhina hualekikonaexamples of lexical items pointed out in a piece of literaturekuhina₂
 laʻana kuhina meiwiexamples of literary devices pointed out in a piece of literaturekuhina₂
lāʻauMākia ʻia ma ka lāʻau keʻa.Nailed to the cross.mākia₂
 lāʻau malihininon-native or introduced plantmalihini
 lāʻau nahāpurgativenahā₁
 E ʻike auaneʻi ʻoe i ka naohoʻopaʻi a Malailua, ka lāʻau e wali ai papa ʻauwae.You will soon know the tapa-beater pattern of Malailua, the club that will soften your lower jaw.naohoʻopaʻi
 lāʻau ʻōhikihiki nihotoothpickʻōhikihiki
  lāʻau ʻoiʻoithorn hedgeʻoiʻoi₂
 Ua hana kamanā i mau ʻolokeʻa lāʻau ā puni ka hale pele.The carpenters built a wooden scaffolding around the belfry.ʻolokeʻa₁
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LabaradoraKe kai ʻo LabaradoraLabrador SeaLabaradora
LādanaKa waikekē ʻolu kohai o Lādana.The refreshing tipsy whiskey of London.kohai
laeHala aʻe ka lae o Kalāʻau, oni ana Molokaʻi mamua.Passing Kalāʻau Point, Molokaʻi appears ahead.oni
 Mālama a pohā ka lae.Watch out or [you] will crack [your] forehead [get into trouble; be shocked at the high prices].pohā₁
 Pōniho ʻino ka lae o Pipa, ahuwale ka ʻina uli, ka ʻina ʻeleʻele.Pipa point is bristling with sea urchin [or is greatly exposed], plainly seen is the dark sea urchin, the black sea urchin.pōniho
 Poʻohū ka lae i ka ʻalā.Lumps in the forehead from the hard volcanic rock (a large fee).poʻohū₁
 Poʻohū ka lae, kahi i ka pōhue.Lumps in the forehead, rub with a gourd [get the remedy for trouble].poʻohū₁
 Poʻohū ka lae.His forehead is bruised [he has paid dearly].poʻohū₁
 pupuku ka laeto frownpupuku
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laehanopapa laehanohonor roll, as in elementary through high schoollaehano
laʻelaʻehoʻokuʻu laʻelaʻeset at liberty, freed [as after a verdict of “not guilty”]laʻelaʻe₁
lāʻeleMai ka liko a ka lāʻele.From leaf bud to old leaf.lāʻele
LaenaKa muliwai ʻo LaenaRhine RiverLaena
laeoʻokēkelē laeoʻomaster's degree. also palapala laeoʻokēkelē
 Ke kākau nei wau i kaʻu pepa no ka loaʻa ʻana o koʻu kēkelē laeoʻo.Iʻm writing my thesis to get my Master's degree.laeoʻo
 kēkelē laeoʻomaster's degreelaeoʻo
 palapala laeoʻomaster's degreelaeoʻo
laepuaPono haumāna e hele nei no ka kēkelē laepua e komo i loko o papa helukiʻe.Students pursuing a bachelor's degree must take upper-division courses.helukiʻe
 kēkelē laepuabachelor's degree. also palapala laepuakēkelē
 kēkelē laepuabachelor's degreelaepua
 Loaʻa maila koʻu kēkelē laepua ma ke Kulanui o Hawaiʻi.I got my bachelor's degree at the University of Hawaiʻi.laepua
 palapala laepuabachelor's degreelaepua
 Hoʻoikaika nui ka poʻe haumāna mua puka a loaʻa ka palapala laepua.Undergraduate students strive hard to obtain a bachelor's degree.mua puka
laeʻulakēkelē laeʻuladoctorate degree. also palapala laeʻulakēkelē
 Ke hana nei ʻo Kale no kōna kēkelē laeʻula ma ke kālaimeaola.Kale is working on his doctorate degree in biology.laeʻula
Laeuliuli mokupuni ʻo LaeuliuliCape Verde IslandsLaeuliuli
lahaUa laha nui ka pānini.Cactus grows far and wide.laha₁
 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
 Ninini nui ʻia ka lāʻau pale ahi ma luna o ke ahi hōlapu o ka nahele i mea e hoʻēmi ai i ka laha ʻana.Large amounts of flame retardent chemicals were dumped onto the raging forest fire to slow its spread.pale ahi
LahainaKakahi Lahaina i ka malino.Solitary Lahaina in the calm.kakahi
LāhaināʻĀhaʻi akula ka hoʻokūkū Lāhainā Luna no lākou maʻalea aku i lākou hoa paio i ka ulele kikī.Lāhainā Luna really took the game due to their outwitting their opponent in the fast break.ulele kikī
lahalahaumauma lahalahabroad chestlahalaha
lāhea ka lāhea.The stench rises.lāhea
lahilahiʻO ke peʻekue, ʻo ke lahilahi.The thick bailer, the thin bailer.peʻekue
 ʻili lahilahithin leatherʻili₂
 E lawe aku ʻoe i kēia ma kou kino lahilahi.Take this for your thin form [in the spare columns of a newspaper].kino₁
 Kou pāpālina lahilahi.Your dainty cheeks.lahilahi₁
 laina lahilahihairline, as in a computer programlahilahi₁
 hoʻoluʻu lahilahito dye lightly, tintluʻu
 hōʻauikala papa lahilahithin-layer chromatographyhōʻauikala
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laho ka ule, heʻe ka laho.The penis is upright, the scrotum runs away [refers to breadfruit: when the blossom (pōule) appears erect, there will soon be fruit.]ule₁
 laho heʻehernia ruptureheʻe₄
 pipi lahobulllaho₂
 puaʻa lahoboarlaho₂
laholenaHe aha ʻoukou e laholena nei?Why are you idling?laholena
laholioUlei ʻia akula ua paukū laholio nei.This rubber was stretched.ulei
 laholio hoʻopaʻarubber bandlaholio₁
 lāpa laholiorubber raftlāpa
 tuko laholiorubber cementtuko
 Ua nui kānaka i lele kaula laholio ma ka fea mokuʻāina.There were many people that bungee jumped at the state fair.lele kaula laholio
 He nanea anei paha ka lele ʻana me ke kaula laholio?Is bungee cord jumping actually enjoyable?kaula laho·lio
lāhuiHe 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
 Kaniʻuhū a hoʻomanoninia no kākou lāhui, no ke emi ʻana mai.Grief and sadness for our race, for its decreasing.manoninia
 Ka lāhui kino pāʻēʻē i kapa ʻia he Melehune.A people with supernatural bodies, called Melehune.Melehune
 Ka lāhui kino pāʻēʻē i kapa ʻia he Melehune.A people with supernatural bodies, called Melehune.pāʻēʻē₂
 Loaʻa ka pono i ka lāhui ma muli o ke ahonui o ka ʻelele.The people were benefited by the patience of the delegate.pono₁
  pono lāhui kānakahuman rightspono₁
 Kēia kumuhana pili hoʻōla lāhui, ke kumuhana i lilo i pulakaumaka mamina nui ʻia i ka ʻelele.This topic concerned with the nation's welfare, a topic that became the desired ever-present goal to the delegate.pulakaumaka
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lāhululāhulu emidepleted speciesemi
 lāhulu emidepleted specieslāhulu
 pili lāhulurelated specieslāhulu
 Kānāwai Lāhulu ʻAne HalapoheEndangered Species Actkānāwai
 Kānāwai Lāhulu ʻAne HalapoheEndangered Species Actlāhulu
 Kānāwai Lāhulu ʻAne HalapoheEndangered Species Actʻane halapohe
laʻiua laʻi me Niolopuapeaceful with Niolopua [sleepy]Niolopua₂
 Ua laʻi ka nohona.Life is peaceful.nohona
 ʻO Kona kai ʻōpua i ka laʻi, ʻōpua hīnano kau i ka mālie.Kona with its cloud billows and sea in the calm, puffy clouds white like hīnano blossoms resting in the quiet.ʻōpua
 Haʻa ke akua i ka laʻi o Mahiki, pāhoehoe i luna a ka Puʻulenathe goddess does a bent-knee dance in the calm of Mahiki, paddling above the Puʻulena breeze.pāhoehoe₃
 Ke ano laʻi aloha a ka Puʻulenathe peaceful loving mystery of the Puʻulena windPuʻulena
 Ke akua uwalo i ka laʻi.The god calling out in the calm.uwalo
 Kohā ka leo o ka wai kini, ua laʻi , ka wawalo i ka ʻohu noe i mauna .The roaring voice of the many waters is calm, tra-la, the roaring in the misty clouds in the mountains, tra-la.wawalo
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lāʻīʻO Hawaiʻi kēia i mākaha ʻia ai he palu lāʻī.The people of [the island of] Hawaiʻi are spoken of derisively as lickers of ti leaves [so called because they were said to have done this at a feast in the time of Ka-mehameha where not enough food was provided].mākaha₄
 He aha ʻoukou pālaulau? He lāʻī !What's your wrapper? Just ti leaves.pālaulau₁
 pāʻū lāʻīti-leaf skirtpāʻū₁
 Ua puku ʻia lau lāʻī.The ti leaves have shriveled up.puku₁
 kumu lāʻīti plantlāʻī
 ma lalo o ka malu o kumu lāʻau a me kumu lāʻīin the shade of the trees and the ti plantslāʻī
 Me ka ʻahu lāʻī ʻo Kamapuaʻa i pauhi ai...Kamapuaʻa was covered with a tī-leaf raincoat...pauhi
laʻia kai laʻia.The tranquil seas.laʻia
laianamakua laianaalso koʻokoʻo, kumu ʻākōlīkōkua hua mele
 Makua Laiana.Father Lyons [the Hawaiians' name for the Rev. Lorenzo Lyons, 1807–1886].makua
  Laiana.Mr. Lyons.mī₅
LāʻieikawaiA pau kēia mau mea i ka hōʻike ʻia, i nānā aku ka hana o ʻAiwohikupua a me mea ʻē aʻe, e mai ana ʻo Lāʻieikawai ma loko o ka pūloʻuloʻu aliʻi kapu i luna o waʻa.After all these signs had been displayed, Aiwohikupua and the others saw Laieikawai standing above the canoes under the symbol of a taboo chief.pūloʻuloʻu₂
 Hikilele aʻela ʻo Lāʻieikawai, he moeʻuhane .Lāʻieikawai awoke startled, but it was a dream.hikilele
LāʻiekawaiKe ʻike maila ʻo Lāʻiekawai i ka ʻaha kanaka mai kēlā hulilau a kēia hulilau o ke kaha o Keaʻau.Lāʻiekawai looked at the assembly of people from the border to this border of the arena at Keaʻau.hulilau₂
laikimoa laiki loloachicken long ricemoa₁
 moa hoʻopiha ʻia me ka laikichicken stuffed with ricepiha
 moa hoʻopiha ʻia me ka laikichicken stuffed with ricehoʻopiha
 laiki palaifried ricelaiki
 ʻEkolu kanu laiki ʻana o kēia loʻi o ka makahiki.This paddy produces three crops of rice per year.kanu
 laiki keʻokeʻowhite rice. also lāisi keʻokeʻolaiki
 laiki mākuʻebrown rice. also lāisi mākuʻelaiki
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lāʻikilima lāʻikilong, narrow sleevelāʻiki
laikiniE hoʻomau hou ʻia aku i ka laikini.Renew the license.mau₁
 wahine laikinilicensed prostitutelaikini
lailaInu mai nei a māʻona, a laila hoʻohakakā.Drinking until drunk, then starting fights.māʻona
 He aha kāu ʻo ka miki ʻana aku nei i laila?Why were you so prompt in going there?miki₁
 Moloā au i ka hele i laila.Iʻm too lazy to go there.moloā
 Aia ā kīkoʻo no wāwae ma ʻō ā maʻaneʻi, ā laila naʻa.If the feet are stretched here and there, then [one is] firmly seated.naʻa
 No laila lākou?They are from there?no
 E holo ʻoe i Hawaiʻi e nānā ai i ka ʻāina, i ke kanaka, a me laila noho ʻana.Go to Hawaiʻi, examine the land, the people, and the local way of life.noho ʻana
 I laila ʻoe, pau ka hoihoi.No more fun there at all.ʻoe₃
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laʻilaʻiĒ Lono i ka laʻilaʻi, kuʻua mai ka ʻalaneo.O Lono of the clear night, let down clear skies.ʻalaneo₁
 Na ka moʻokuauhau i kapa ʻia ʻo Kumulipo, i haʻi ʻia mai ai he wahine ke kanaka mua loa, ʻo Laʻilaʻi kona inoa...The genealogy called Kumulipo says that the very first person was a woman named Laʻilaʻi...Laʻilaʻi₃
laimapāpapa laimalima beanpāpapa
 pāpapa laimalima beanlaima
lainalaina lahilahihairline, as in a computer programlahilahi₁
 laina iwiside line. (also laina ʻaoʻao).iwi
 laina iwi side line of the key on a basketball courtiwi
 hili lainaline spikehili
 hua mele lainaline notehua mele
 laina o ke kōkua hua melehorizontal line on a musical staff. also laina o ke kōkuahua mele
 He 65% ʻo John Stockton ma ka laina noa.John Stockton is 65% at the free-throw line.kī noa
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LāinaKa pae moku ʻo LāinaLine IslandsLāina
lāisilāisi mōchīmochi ricemōchī
lakaMai ʻena i ke kanaka i laka aku.Do not shy away from a person who is attracted. [treat kindness with kindness].ʻena₂
 Ē Laka ē e laka ē e laka i ka leo, e laka i ka loaʻa, e laka i ka waiwai.O Laka, attract the voice, attract profit, attract wealth.laka₁
 Ē Laka ē e laka ē e laka i ka leo, e laka i ka loaʻa, e laka i ka waiwai.O Laka, attract the voice, attract profit, attract wealth.laka₁
 Ē Laka ē e laka ē e laka i ka leo, e laka i ka loaʻa, e laka i ka waiwai.O Laka, attract the voice, attract profit, attract wealth.laka₁
 Mai ʻena i ke kanaka i laka aku.Don't shy away from a person attracted [to you].laka₁
 Nui ka laka o kēia keiki i ke kupuna.This child is so fond of the grandparent.laka₁
 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
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LākanaKe Kowela o Lākana.The Tower of London.kowela
 E aha ana kuʻu lani, e lualaʻi i Lākana.What is my lord doing, enjoying life in London.Lākana₂
 E aha ana kuʻu lani, e lualaʻi i Lākana.What is my lord doing, enjoying life in London.lualaʻi
lakiKe keha nei ʻoe i laki.You are bragging of your luck.keha
  kikina ua laki.Your insistence has good luck.kikina₁
 pili helu lakilotterylaki
lākīLākī mai lāua ulu ʻana.Their growth was stunted [of plants].lākī₂
lakikūlaina lakikūparallel, i.e. an imaginary circle on the earth's surface parallel to the equator and designated in degrees of latitude. also laina latitūlakikū
Lākinainoa LākinaLatin or scientific nameLākina
lākiōlākiō anapuniconstant of proportionalityanapuni
 ma ka lākiō he 60 mil/hlat the rate of 60 mphlākiō
 lākiō likeequal ratio, proportionallike
 lākiō paʻapū waispecific gravity, relative gravitypaʻapū₂
lakoUa pau aku ka hapa nui o lāua lako hale i ka hamu ʻia e ke ahi.Most of their household goods were destroyed by fire.hamu₂
 I ka hele i ka lako i ke kālā.It is all right to go when supplied with money.kū₆
 kuleana lakosupplies, equipmentkuleana
 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
 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
 Na ka luna pūnaewele i hoʻopahemo i ka ʻōnaehana i hiki ia ke hoʻouka i kekahi mau lako polokalamu hou ma luna o ka pūnaewele.The system was taken off-line so that the network supervisor could install some new software onto the network.hoʻopahemo₂
 lako hoʻopukafactors of production, in economicshoʻopuka₆
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lākouUa haka mai lākou iaʻu me ka makahahi.They stared at me with wonder.makahahi
 Ua māmaka lākou i ka huakaʻi a ke aliʻi.They bore carrying sticks on the chief's journey.māmaka₁
 He mamakawalu lākou i loko o ʻĪ.They are many in the ʻĪ family.mamakawalu
 Ka helu a ka Hawaiʻi ʻoia hoʻi ʻo ka lau, ʻo ka mano, ʻo ke kini a me ka lehu o ke akua, he melehuka lākou helu huina pau loa.The counting of the Hawaiians, as follows: lau, mano, kini, and lehu of the Gods, all their total number is melehuka.melehuka
 ʻAʻole minamina ʻo lākou i ke ola.They do not set much value on human life.minamina₂
 Hele akula lākou ā hoʻomoana ma ʻEtama.They went … and encamped at Etham.moana₂
 a waiho ihola lākou ma luna o moe hilinaʻi a me wahi moeand laid them on beds and matsmoe hilinaʻi
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lalakuiki laladiagonal quiltingkuiki₁
 Heʻe ana i ka lala , hoʻi ana i ka muku.Surf out diagonally, come back on the crest. (Thrum's Annual, 1896, page 109, says that the lala is the seaward side of a wave building up to break; a third interpretation is that lala is a wave to the right, and muku a wave to the left.).lala₁
  lalato blow at an angle, of the windlala₁
 E kau i kēia mau kikohoʻe i like ka huinanui ma lala pākahi me ka 3.Arrange these digits so that their total will be -3 on each diagonal.lala
 ʻāwaʻa lalaweak safetyʻāwaʻa₂
lālāE ulu ana me ka mōhāhā o kona mau lālā i lau uliuli.Growing with branches spreading wide with green leaves.mōhāhā₁
 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
 ʻoʻoleʻa lālāstrong of limbʻoʻoleʻa
 I ka lālā wēkiu ka pua o Lono, i ka ʻouʻou o lani nui.In the topmost branch the flowers of Lono, among the highest of the high chiefs.ʻouʻou₁
 E kanu ai i mea kanu maikaʻi, a e pōhuli i lālā wainaplant good plants, so that grapevine branches will sprout.pōhuli
 Mai piʻi aʻe ʻoe i ka lālā kau hakalī o ʻike ʻia kou wahi hilahila.Don't climb to the topmost branch lest your private parts be seen [do not act superior].hakalī
 ka lālā kau halalītop-most brancheshalalī
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lālahilewaao lālahilewacirrus cloudlālahilewa
lalaʻiʻAuhea wale ʻoe, ē ke ānuenue e lalaʻi maila i Haleola.Hearken to me, O rainbow, so serene at Haleola.lalaʻi
lālākukuiLālākukui akula ka manō o lalo.Many sharks were below.lālākukui
lalalaHe mau moʻo e lalala ana i ka .Several lizards basking in the sun.lalala
lālamaHe keu ka lālama o ka lima.How the hands pilfer.lālama₂
lālanilālani kalaleaprotruding line [of dorsal fins of sharks above the water]kalalea
 haʻihelu lālanilinear equationlālani₁
 hele lālanito march in linelālani₁
 pālākiō lālanilinear scale, in geographylālani₁
 pepa anakuhi lālanilinear unit paper, in mathlālani₁
 pepa anakuhi lālanilinear unit paper, in mathanakuhi
 hahaina lālanilinear functionhahaina
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lalaʻoLalaʻo ka ʻikena i ka manu.See the bird all the time, as though in the eye.lalaʻo
lalaulalau ka ʻōleloto talk nonsense or wander in talkingʻōlelo lalau
 Ua lalau aku i kauhale o Hikaua .[He] has wandered off to So-and-so's house.Hikaua
 He lalau!Nonsense!lalau
 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
 lalau ka noʻonoʻoto wander mentallylalau
 lalau ka ʻōleloto talk nonsense or wander in talkinglalau
 lalau waleto wander aimlesslylalau
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lālauLālau koke aʻela i ka lauʻī, ʻawapuhi, kīhae ihola a polapola ihola ma ka ʻāʻīquickly grabbing ti leaves, ginger, tearing and flapping them about the neck.polapola₄
 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
 Lālau ka ʻākau, ka hema.The right [hand] grabs, the left throws away [of a spendthrift].ʻākau₁
 Ua ʻalu ihola ka paniolo e lālau i ka pūʻolo.The cowboy leaned down to pick up the package.ʻalu
 Hele akula ʻo ʻŌmaʻokāmaʻu lālau ihola i ka ʻauwae (a Hākau) a lole aʻela i luna.ʻŌmaʻokāmaʻu went … grabbed (Hākau's) chin and yanked it up.lole₂
lālauahiMakehewa kāua ke hele, ke lālauahi maila ʻo uka.It would be a mistake for us to go, it's threateningly gray inland.lālauahi
lalaweKa lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.Quiet taking over, unsurpassed.ninihi
 Ka lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.A quiet transport unsurpassing [love].lalawe
laliLali ka ʻili i ka hou.Skin sticky with perspiration.lali
lāliʻiHe lau lāliʻi maoli kēia lau kapa kuiki.This is a very intricate quilt design.lāliʻi
lalilaliLalilali ʻole ka ʻili o ke akamai.The skin of the skilled [surfrider] is not slippery [with water].lalilali
lalinokaʻAʻole i maopopo ʻia ka lalinoka a ka poʻe ʻAikupita a hiki i ka hoʻomaopopo ʻia ʻana ma ka hoʻohālike ʻana i ka lalinoka o ka pōhaku Roseta me kekahi mau ʻōlelo i kākau ʻia ma luna o ia pōhaku.Egyptian hieroglyphics was not understood until it was figured out by comparing hieroglyphs found on the Rosetta stone with other languages which were also enscribed on that stone.lalinoka
 ʻAʻole i maopopo ʻia ka lalinoka a ka poʻe ʻAikupita a hiki i ka hoʻomaopopo ʻia ʻana ma ka hoʻohālike ʻana i ka lalinoka o ka pōhaku Roseta me kekahi mau ʻōlelo i kākau ʻia ma luna o ia pōhaku.Egyptian hieroglyphics was not understood until it was figured out by comparing hieroglyphs found on the Rosetta stone with other languages which were also enscribed on that stone.lalinoka
laloʻO 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
 Mai naʻe a lalofrom east to westnaʻe₁
 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
 lalo onesubsandone
 Palahuli i lalo ka waha ʻai ai.The food-eating mouth is fallen over. [said of one in serious trouble].palahuli
 He makani pehuea ia no lalo.This is a rising wind from the south.pehuea
 ʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau poluea ihola i lalo o HaleʻauʻauKaʻala, hill mountainous and dew-covered, dizzy [to gaze] below at Haleʻauʻau.poluea
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LalokonaKa pae moku ʻo LalokonaCook IslandsLalokona
lamahōʻole lamatemperate; teetotalerʻole₁
 lama paʻipaʻi ʻiamixed alcoholic drink, cocktailpaʻipaʻi₂
 poʻo huaʻi lamaa splitting headache or hangover caused by liquorpoʻo huaʻi
 ʻaha inu lamarum partyʻaha inu
 Ua akakuʻu mai ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole inu lama hou.The chief has calmed down, he doesnʻt drink any more.akakuʻu
 Ua hāpai ʻoia e inu ka ʻāina apau i ka lama.He encouraged everyone in the land to drink rum.hāpai₄
 Hoʻohemo i ka ʻono o ka lama.Freed of taste for liquor.hemo₁
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lamakūLamakū o ka naʻauao.Torch of wisdom [said of great thinkers].lamakū₁
 Polokalamu kālā hele kulanui LamakūLamakū Scholarship Programkālā hele kulanui
lamalamalamalama ka ʻōiwia physique glowing with healthʻōiwi₂
 Lamalama ka ʻili.To glow with health.lamalama₂
Lamapukamahola kūlike ʻāpuʻu Lamapuka.Lambert conic conformal projection.mahola₂
lāmekakile lāmekaceramic tilekile
 kile lāmekaceramic tilelāmeka
lāmiaHe pili lāhui ka lāmia me ke keko ma kekahi ʻano, akā, no ka nui kūpono o ka ʻokoʻa i ke keko, ua manaʻo ʻia he lāhui ʻokoʻa aʻe .The lemur is a related species to the monkey, but because of some marked differences, it is considered a different species altogether.lāmia
lanaLana mālie ka manaʻo.To think quietly.mālie
 Mai noho ʻoe ā hōʻoni i ka wai ua lana mālie.Do not stay to disturb the water floating peacefully.ʻoni₁
 Ke kai hālaʻi lana mālie.The calm sea floating peacefully.hālaʻi
 Ka hale lana i ke kai.The house floating on the sea [a ship].hale lana
 Huki ka lana.Pull in the anchor.lana₁
 Inā e maʻi kekahi kanaka, lana kona manaʻo i ke kauka.When a person is sick, he wants a doctor.lana₁
 Lana ka manaʻo.Hopeful, without worry, thoughtful; to want.lana₁
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lanaaumiha lanaauflowing quietly along, as a currentmiha
lānahulānahu pikimanabituminous coalpikimana
 lau lānahucoal minelānahu
 kākinoea lānahucoal gasification, i.e. the process in which steam and hot coal produce hydrocarbonskākinoea
 No loko o ka ʻōlinolino i mua ona, ua kuni ʻia lānahu ahi.A great brightness shone around him, and burning coals blazed forth.ʻōlinolino₁
lānailānai kaupoku ʻoleterracelānai
LānaʻiLānaʻi, Molokaʻi nui a Hina, hape hapenuia.Lānaʻi, great Molokaʻi [child] of Hina, happy, happy New Year.hapenūia
lanakilahōʻailona lanakilaemblem or trophy of victory, trophy-ʻailona
 ʻO ka lanakila kiʻekiʻe i hekau iho.Complete victory resulted.hekau₂
 hōʻailona lanakilaemblem or trophy of victory, trophyhōʻailona
 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
 māhele lanakilawinner's bracket, as in a sports tournamentlanakila₁
 mea lanakilawinner, victor, championlanakila₁
 Manaʻo aku ka meia he pono ke mālama ʻia he anamanaʻo pāloka ma ke kaona e ʻike ai i ka papaha o kōna lanakila ʻana ma ka holo moho hou ʻana.The mayor felt it was necessary to canvass the town to see what his chances would be of winning a re-election bid.anamanaʻo pāloka
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lanakoiMea ʻole ia anu i ka manaʻo i ka lanakoi a ka makemake.The cold is as nothing when the desire is so keen.lanakoi
lanalanaLanalana, ʻia e ke Kona, huli .Spider, hit by the southerly wind, turns over, (of a weakling).pā ʻia e ke Kona
lanalanahiaNānā i ka moku, haʻahaʻa kilohana i lalo, ʻimihia lanalanahia, lana.Behold the island, magnificent far below, sought for, hoped for, hope.lanalanahia
lanimāewa laniswinging in the airmāewa
 māhuʻi laniroyal imitation, said of the right hand in dancing, as this hand always made movements firstmāhuʻi
 ʻO mākou Makua i loko o ka lani.Our Father who art in heaven.makua
 hoʻomamao lanitaboo of unapproachability, of some very high chiefsmamao₁
 Mana weu lani.Branch with divine foliage (a chief).mana₂
 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
 ʻO Pele koʻu akua, miha ka lani, miha ka honua.Pele is my god, silent the heavens, silent the earth.miha
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lanipōMaikaʻi ka hale i punia i pua nani, lanipō i mea kanu.How fine the house yard bordered with beautiful flowers, dense with plants.lanipō
LanipōluaKuʻu haku i ka ua Lanipōlua, mehe ke anu o ke Koʻolau.My lord in the dark pouring rain like the night and the cold of the Koʻolau [the lord protecting one from darkness and cold].lanipō
laʻoLaʻo ka maka.The eye has something in it.laʻo₁
laoalāʻau make laoasystemic insecticidelāʻau make
laʻolaʻoLaʻolaʻo ka maka i ka lihilihi.To have an eyelash in the eye.laʻolaʻo₁
 laʻolaʻo kanakacommonerlaʻolaʻo₁
lapaHe 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
 pāʻani lapafrolic. cf. hoʻokani, to play musicpāʻani
 koakoa lapafearless and mischievouskoakoa
 Ka puhi lapa i ke ale.Eel playing in the hollows.lapa₂
 lapa ahiflame, blaze.lapa₂
 lapa kairestless, active sealapa₂
 hakina lapaimproper fractionhakina
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lāpalāpa lāʻauwooden raftlāpa
 lāpa laholiorubber raftlāpa
lapaʻauKūliʻu kona ʻike lapaʻau.His medical knowledge is profound.kūliʻu₁
 E lapaʻau ana ke kahuna i ke keiki.The practitioner is treating the child.lapaʻau
 kahuna lapaʻaumedical priest or practitionerlapaʻau
 kauka lapaʻaumedical doctorlapaʻau
 lāʻau lapaʻaumedicinelapaʻau
  pono lapaʻauarticles used in curing diseaselapaʻau
 Ua lapaʻau ʻia ka lolokukui.The rape victim was treated.lolokukui
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lāpakiʻiole lāpakirabbitlāpaki
lapakūLapakū ka wahine aʻo Pele.The woman, Pele, is very active.aʻo₂
 Lapakū i Hawaiʻi ka wahine, aʻo Pele.The woman Pele is most active on Hawaiʻi.lapakū
lapalapaihu lapalapahigh-bridged noselapalapa₁
 poʻo lapalapaa square headlapalapa₁
 wai lapalapaboiling waterlapalapa₂
LapateweKe kai ʻo LapateweLaptev SeaLapatewe
lapuUa lapu ke keiki a kāua iaʻu.I have been haunted by our child.lapu
 hale lapuhaunted house, not the Halloween varietylapu
 kiliki o laputrick or treatlapu
LāpuleLāpule ʻAi Pelena.Communion Sunday.pelena
 Lāpule.Sunday; lit., prayer day.pule₁
 kēia Lāpule ihothis coming Sundayiho₉
 LāpuleSundaylā₂
lapuwaleĒ keiki lapuwale.O you worthless children.nā₄
 He iʻa lapuwale, he pāpaʻi niho mole.A worthless sea creature, a crab with missing claw.niho mole
 Pau kona lapuwale i hoahānau.Said by his cousins to be worthless.pau₂
 pipili me hoa lapuwaleassociating with worthless companionspipili₁
 ka ʻuhaʻuha a me ka lapuwalemadness and follyʻuhaʻuha
 ka wawā lapuwaleprofane babblingswawā
 E pale ana i ka wawā lapuwale, a me ke ʻēʻē ʻana i ka mea i kapa hewa ʻia he naʻauaoavoiding profane babblings and oppositions of the thing falsely called scienceʻēʻē₁
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LarryʻO Larry Johnson ke kūhā poʻokela o ka NBA no kōna lōʻihi a māmā.Larry Johnson is the best power forward in the NBA because he is so tall and quick.kūhā
lātomakino lātomaallotrope, i.e. a different molecular form of an element, in sciencelātoma
 lātoma hinulipid moleculehinu
lauNani hoʻi lau nahele e ʻōmaka ana, e mohala ana ā e makalapua ana.Beautiful indeed are the budding plants, opening and blossoming.makalapua
 Hoʻokakaʻa ʻia mai e ke ahe ka lau mālipolipo.Moved by the breezes are the leaves that cast deep shade.mālipolipo
 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
 He lau ka puʻu, he mano ka ihona.Many hills, numerous descents [of troubles].mano₁
 He lau māʻona.A leaf that gives plenty to eat.māʻona
 Ka helu a ka Hawaiʻi ʻoia hoʻi ʻo ka lau, ʻo ka mano, ʻo ke kini a me ka lehu o ke akua, he melehuka lākou helu huina pau loa.The counting of the Hawaiians, as follows: lau, mano, kini, and lehu of the Gods, all their total number is melehuka.melehuka
 E ulu ana me ka mōhāhā o kona mau lālā i lau uliuli.Growing with branches spreading wide with green leaves.mōhāhā₁
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lauaʻAʻohe i laua aku kāua hana.There's a great deal for us both to do.laua
 Ke laua aku nei kāna hana.His work is coming along.laua
lāuaUa maʻakū aku lāua i ka manu.They slung a stone at the bird with the sling.maʻakū
 Ua male ʻia lāua.They were married.male₃
 Mea mai lāua.They said.mea₄
  moemoe aʻe lāua.Then the two slept together.moemoe₂
 Ua neʻe lāua mai Liliha a Waikīkī.They moved from Liliha to Waikīkī.neʻe₁
 Hoʻonele ʻia lāua i ka ʻai.They lacked food.nele
 Holo akula ʻoia mai ō lāua nei aku.He ran from the two of them.ō₇
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lauaʻeKe ʻala o ka lauaʻe, punia ai ka nahele.The fragrance of lauaʻe fern permeates the forest.punia₁
 ipo lauaʻesweet natured loveripo
 Kipona paukū i ka lauaʻe, ka pua o ka ʻilima nono i ka .Add a section of lauaʻe fern [to] the flower of the ʻilima, bright in the sunlight.kipona₄
 Ka ipo lauaʻe o Makana.The sweet beloved of Makana [reference to the famous lauaʻe ferns of Makana, Kauaʻi].lauaʻe₂
lauahiLauahi Pele i kai o Puna, one ʻā kai o MalamaPele swept her many fires down to Puna; seaward of Malama is a cinder heap.one ʻā
 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
 Ua hala ka Puʻulena, aia i Hilo, ua ʻimi akula papa lauahithe Puʻulena wind has gone away, there [it] is at Hilo looking for lava flats [off one's course]. cf. For. 5:581 for nuance of sadness.Puʻulena
 Lauahi Pele i kai o Puna.Pele's lava flows are devastating seaward of Puna.lauahi₁
lauʻaiMaikaʻi ka lauʻai no ke olakino.Vegetables are good for you.lauʻai
lauʻalaʻO ke kōkoʻolau, he lauʻala lapaʻau ia i maikaʻi no ka lapaʻau ʻana i kekahi mau ʻano maʻi.Kōkoʻolau is a kind of herb with medical properties which makes a good tea for treating some kinds of sickness.lauʻala
lauanalauana helunumber patternlauana
 lauana hoʻokahuasettlement pattern, in geographylauana
 lauana hoʻokahuasettlement pattern, in geographyhoʻokahua
lauʻauʻakuleana lauʻauʻaexecutive privilege, i.e. the right of the President to withhold information about his activities from the legislature or judiciarylauʻauʻa
 Hoʻāʻo aku nei ka Pelekikena e hoʻohana aku i kōna kuleana lauʻauʻa ma kōna hihia ma ka ʻaha hoʻokolokolo.The President tried to exercise his executive privilege in his court case.kuleana lauʻauʻa
lauʻenekini moku ahikao lauʻenekinimultiengined spaceshipslau-
lauhalaʻO ka manawa maikaʻi e ulana ʻia ai ka lauhala, aia i ke kakahiaka, a i ʻole i ke ahiahi, a i ʻole i ka me ke kukui ʻaila māhu.The good time for the lauhala to be woven was in the morning, or the evening, or at night, with a kerosene lantern.kukui ʻaila māhu
lauhopekualā lauhopeposterior dorsal finkualā
 kualā lauhopeposterior dorsal fin, of a fishlauhope
lauhueHoʻokahi Hāwaʻe, lauhue ʻo Kona.Only one Hāwaʻe [and] Kona is covered with the poison gourd [Hāwaʻe was an evil sorcerer who prayed many to death; one bad person can poison a whole area].lauhue₁
lauʻīLālau koke aʻela i ka lauʻī, ʻawapuhi, kīhae ihola a polapola ihola ma ka ʻāʻīquickly grabbing ti leaves, ginger, tearing and flapping them about the neck.polapola₄
 ke kapa peʻa lauʻī kolo hului ā kau ana i ke kuaa ragged garment of ti leaves used for a fish dragnet hanging on the backkapa peʻa
laukaʻami laukaobject marker (i, )ʻami₄
laukanakaI laukanaka au i leo kūpinaʻi.That I peopled with echoes.laukanaka
laukōnāLaukōnā au i kāna hana.I'm furious about what he's done.laukōnā
 Laukōnā wale mai ke aloha.May the love be turned to hate.laukōnā
laukuakualā laukuadorsal fin, of a fish, scientific termkualā
 ʻakano laukuaamorphous substancelaukua
 kinona laukuairregular shapelaukua
 kualā laukuadorsal fin, of a fishlaukua₅
 ʻakano laukuaamorphous substanceʻakano
laulānoʻonoʻo laulābroad-mindednoʻonoʻo
 koho pāloka laulāgeneral electionpāloka
 ʻauipili laulāo-form of the possessiveʻauipili
 Ka hui ʻia o ka loa a me ka laulā, pēlā e loaʻa mai ai ka ʻalea.The multiplication of the length and the width, thus is obtained the area.hui₂
 inoa laulā, inoa nuigeneral nameinoa₁
 laulā kalatint, as of a television screenkala₁₇
 hele laulāto act with freedom or liberty, to go freelylaulā
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laulaha mana laulaha o ke kiaʻāina.General powers of the governor.laulaha
laulahilaulahi poʻolekasheet of stampslaulahi
laulaulaulau monibundle of moneylaulau₁
laulaunaʻaʻohe laulauna wale mainot at all sociablelaulauna
 he ʻoluʻolu, he laulaunapleasant, sociablelaulauna
 laulauna ʻoleantisociallaulauna
lauleʻaLauleʻa ka nohona o nei kula.Life on this plain is happy.lauleʻa
 lauleʻa ʻoleunsociablelauleʻa
lāuliʻO ʻoe ia, ē ka lāuli pali o Uli.It is you then, O cliff darkness of Uli.Uli₂
laulikepapa manaʻo laulikethesaurus, as in a computer programmanaʻo laulike
 puke manaʻo laulikethesaurusmanaʻo laulike
laulonoaUa hana haumāna i haʻawina laulonoa, a he honi aku, he nānā aku, he hoʻopā aku, a he ʻai hoʻi lākou i ka manakō.The students have done a multisensory assignment in which they smelled, looked at, touched, and tasted a mango.laulonoa
laumekeHe koa ia e laumeke ai kahawai o Hilo.A warrior who lessens the flow of Hilo streams [a mighty fighter].laumeke
laumuakualā laumuaanterior dorsal finkualā
 kualā laumuaanterior dorsal fin, of a fishlaumua
launaUa maʻa i ka maka launa.Used to being friendly.maka launa
 Ka lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.Quiet taking over, unsurpassed.ninihi
 Ohaoha launa ʻole pua ma ka hikina.The flowers [maidens] in the east are incomparably friendly; the flowers in the east thrive without rival.ohaoha
 hoʻohiehie launa ʻoleshowy, superlatively decorated, gaudy, gorgeoushiehie
 ʻA ʻike i ke kumulau, ʻihīʻihī launa ʻole.Seeing the mare, such a neighing.ʻihīʻihī
 ʻO ka launa nui aku i ka wahine ʻē, e laʻa me ka wahine i ke kāne ʻē.Much association with a different woman, as well as the woman with a different man.laʻa₆
 Ka lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.A quiet transport unsurpassing [love].lalawe
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launakaʻiMa ka hālāwai o ka nei, ua launakaʻi manakia o hale kūʻai ʻelua.At the meeting last night, the managers of the two stores networked.launakaʻi
LauniupokoHuleilua i nalu o Launiupoko.Tossing on the waves of Launiupoko [of one not sure of himself].huleilua
lauohoHoʻomimilo i ka lauoho.To have hair curled.mimilo
 ʻoki ka lauohoto have a haircutʻoki₁
 lauoho ʻoʻoleʻacoarse hairʻoʻoleʻa
 lauoho paʻipaʻitrimmed hairpaʻipaʻi₃
  i ka lauohoto form the hair in a topknotpū₇
 ʻoki pueo ʻia ka lauohohair cut shortpueo₂
 Ua ʻākī ʻia ka lauoho, ua like ka lōʻihi o ka ʻākī me ka pūpū olonā.The hair is lengthened with long switches; the switches are as long as olonā bunches.ʻākī₁
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laupaʻahapaʻailakele laupaʻahapapolyunsaturated fatlaupaʻahapa
laupaeHe papa laupae kēia; aia keiki papa o ka papa ʻelima a me ka ʻeono ma loko.This is a multiage class; grade five and six children are in it.laupae
laupaʻiUa laupaʻi koʻu alo i moʻopuna.I have many grandchildren with me here.alo
 laupaʻi ka ʻohanaa big familylaupaʻi₂
 Ua laupaʻi ka hana.There was so much to do.laupaʻi₂
laupapa laupapawooden fencelaupapa₂
lauwiliMa ke kaukahi kāna hana ʻana, ʻaʻole ma ka lauwili.His task was done with a singleness of purpose [or regularity], not with inconstancy.kaukahi₁
  lauwilito blow from various directions, of the windlauwili
lawaUa lawa pono poʻohiwi.Shoulders are very strong.poʻohiwi₁
 ʻAi ā lawa, inu ā kena, puehu ʻoe.Eat until satisfied, drink until replete, all gone!puehu₁
 ʻO ka ʻike auaneʻi iāia, ua lawa ia i ka makemake.Just seeing him, the desire was satisfied.auaneʻi₂
 He lawa ke kino, ʻaʻohe hakahaka.A strong body, not emaciated.hakahaka₁
 Kaʻa i ka lawa.It's enough, sufficient.kaʻa₃
 kaʻa i ka lawato be enoughlawa₁
 lawa ponoplenty, abundant, ample, adequatelawa₁
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LāwaʻiLāwaʻiday to end [fishing taboo]waʻi
lawaiʻaHilikau ka makau a ka lawaiʻa.The fisherman's hook is snagged [said of disorder].makau
 Na ka lawaiʻa e kuhikuhi i ka moena e hoʻomoe ai i ka ʻupena.The fisherman points out the place to set the net.moena₃
  kānaka lawaiʻa o neʻi neithe fishermen of this place; the local fishermenneʻi₂
 ʻŌlapa ka hoe a ka lawaiʻa, he ʻino.The fisherman's paddle flashes, a storm. [of haste]ʻōlapa₁
 ʻO ka hana ia a ka lawaiʻa iwi paoa.That is the way of the lucky fisherman.paoa₁
 Pōʻieʻie ka lawaiʻa a nehu o Waiākea, i ka ua, i ke anu, i ka ua, i ke anu.The nehu fishers of Waiākea are weary of the rain, the cold, of the rain, the cold.pōʻieʻie
 Lawaiʻa pola malofisherman who tucks away his fishing tackle in the flap of his malopola₁
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lawakuaKeiki konapiliahi, lawakua, kino ʻāwaʻawaʻa.A youth, strong, powerful, [and with a] muscular body.konapiliahi
 Ua lawakua i aloha.Bound to your love.lawakua₂
 I noiele, i ʻia e ka Lawakua, niua lolokaʻa ke poʻo o Hanalei.Shaken, beaten by the Lawakua wind, the head of Hanalei [Valley] reels with dizziness.noiele
lawalawaiʻaAnu ke kupa lawalawaiʻa o Hoʻolehua.Cold are the native fishermen of Hoʻolehua.lawalawaiʻa
lāwalupalaoa lāwaludough cooked in ti leaveslāwalu
laweLawe i ka make.Taking at the time of death [a deceased might by his death remove taboos, curses, and sources of family discord: Nānā 137–8].make₁
 lawe malūto take secretlymalū
 Kāhiko ā oki ā pāʻihiʻihi, lawe ā linohau ā mikihilina.Dressed in best, neatest finery, most fine and ornate.mikihilina
 Na ka ʻeleu mikimiki (nāna e) ka lawe lilo.First come, first served.mikimiki₁
 Mai lawe wale i mea i hoʻomoepū ʻia.Don't wantonly take things placed with the dead.-moepū
 Ke kanaka nona ka pāpale i lawe ʻia.The man whose hat was taken.nona
 Lawe mai i puke, i pepa, a me ona mau peni.Bring books, paper, and also pencils.ona₅
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laweaLawea mai i kau ipu a kākou.Bring our dishes, cooking utensils.pā ipu₁
 Lawea mai ā pau pono ʻike kumu o Hawaiʻi.Bring every last bit of the original wisdom of Hawaiʻi.lawea
laweauMahope o ka make ʻana o ka luahine, ua laweau aku moʻopuna.After the death of the old lady, the grand-children drifted apart.laweau
lawehalaHe 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
 keiki lawehaladelinquent childlawehala
 keiki lawehalajuvenile delinquentlawehala
 lawehala ʻōpiopiojuvenile delinquencylawehala
 lawehala ʻōpiopiojuvenile delinquencyʻōpiopio
lawehanahoa lawehanafellow workerlawehana
lawekahikihe huaʻōlelo i lawekahiki ʻiaa borrowed wordlawekahiki
  lāʻau a me holoholona i lawekahiki ʻia maiintroduced plants and animalslawekahiki
lawelaweʻIke pono i mea e lawelawe ʻia ana.To see clearly what happened.lawelawe₁
 ka lawelawe ʻanathe service, performance, procedure, execution, carrying out, administrationlawelawe₁
 Ka loio nāna e lawelawe nei i ka hihia.The lawyer who is handling the law case.lawelawe₁
 kanaka lawelawe, mea lawelaweservant, waiter, steward [this term does not carry the opprobrium attached to kauā]lawelawe₁
 kanaka lawelawe, mea lawelaweservant, waiter, steward [this term does not carry the opprobrium attached to kauā]lawelawe₁
 Ke lawelawe naʻe hoʻi; ā make akula ʻoe Kuʻikaʻa.The [job] is being done; Kuʻikaʻa [the war club] slays you.lawelawe₁
 lawelawe hoʻopiʻi kalaimacriminal procedurelawelawe₁
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lawelimakamepiula lawelimalaptop computer. also lolouila lawelimakamepiula
 kamepiula lawelima.laptop computer.lawelima
 lolouila lawelima.laptop computer.lawelima
 kamepiula lawelimalaptop computerlolouila
 lolouila lawelimalaptop computerlolouila
 E hāʻawi mai iaʻu i kāu kelepona lawelima.Pass me your cell phone.kelepona lawelima
lawenaKa lawena a ka maka.Flirtatious summons of the eye.lawena₁
 Pehea ka lawena a ka ipo?How to get a sweetheart?lawena₁
 Ma 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
 aʻo kahua lawenaperformance-based learning, kinesthetic-based learninglawena₂
 lawena ʻapolearned behaviorlawena₂
 lawena hoʻoili moʻolelocustomary way in which stories were passed onlawena₂
 lawena ʻike hānauinstinctive behaviorlawena₂
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Ua akula ka molowā.Lazy person just lounges about.
leʻamaopopo maikaʻi, maopopo leʻaobvious, evident, clearly understoodmaopopo
 hōʻoio leʻato show off with delight-ʻoio
 Pēlā iho ā hina leʻa mai ka makani.Wait a moment until the winds blow fair.pēlā₁
 E hele mai i ka leʻa o Halāliʻi.Come to the joyous night of Halāliʻi. [an invitation to a party]Halāliʻi₁
 holo leʻa ʻoleunsuccessfulholo leʻa
 Leʻa 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
 Kūolokū ka leo o ka manu kani leʻa.The voice of the bird singing joyfully is trilling.kūolokū
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LeahiNa wai e ʻole ka hoʻohihi i ka nani o Leahi?Who can help taking a fancy to the beauty of Diamond Head?ʻole₁
leʻaleʻaNei 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
 Pōhaku ʻau waʻa leʻaleʻa i kai nei.Fleet of canoes at anchor, happy here at sea.pōhaku₂
 ʻO ka maiau pololei kani leʻaleʻa.The land-shell neatness singing gaily.pololei₂
 Pukapai aʻela kahi luahine makuahine: kuʻu keiki, kanaka maikaʻi, ʻaʻole nohoʻi e akahele ka leʻaleʻa ʻana".The motherly old woman mildly rebuked: "My child, handsome person, why not be prudent in your amusements.".pukapai
 Ua ʻume ʻia aʻe nei kāua e ka mea ʻume o ka ʻaha leʻaleʻa.We have been paired off by the master of ceremonies of this merry throng.ʻume₂
 Ehehene ʻaka i ka leʻaleʻa.Your laughter is merry because of joy.ehehene₁
 Henehene kou ʻaka, kou leʻaleʻa paha.Your laughter is merry, perhaps your gaiety.henehene₁
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ledelede ukalilady in waitingukali₁
lehelehemea hōʻulaʻula lehelehelipstickʻulaʻula₁
 mea hōʻulaʻula lehelehelipstickhōʻulaʻula
lehiwaKuʻu pua lehiwa o ke kau.My lovely blossom of the summer.lehiwa
lehohoʻopaʻa lehoto get calluses from workpaʻa₁
 leho ahia cowry shell used for octopus fishing, colored red by toasting over fireahi
 hoʻopaʻa lehoto get calluses from workhoʻopaʻa
 Moe a leho.Lie still as a cowry shell, as to escape detection.leho₁
lehuKa helu a ka Hawaiʻi ʻoia hoʻi ʻo ka lau, ʻo ka mano, ʻo ke kini a me ka lehu o ke akua, he melehuka lākou helu huina pau loa.The counting of the Hawaiians, as follows: lau, mano, kini, and lehu of the Gods, all their total number is melehuka.melehuka
 pōpoki lehuMaltese cat; lit., ash cat.pōpoki
 lehu anefine ashesane₁
 i loko o ke kapa ʻino a me ka lehu ahiin sackcloth and asheskapa ʻino
 lehu anefine asheslehu₁
 pōpoki lehugray catlehu₁
 puhi lehu, hoʻolehu ʻiacrematelehu₁
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lehua kini maka lehua o ʻōpio.The many youths, lovely as lehua flowers.maka lehua
 Pulu aʻu lehua i ka makoa.My lehua trees are wet in the implacable [elements].makoa₂
 Makulu ka noe i ka lehua.The mist drips upon the lehua flowers.makulu₁
 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
 Moano ka lehua.The lehua flowers become red.moano₂
 moku lehualehua forestmoku₂
 He kumu lehua muimuia i ka manu.A lehua tree covered with birds [an attractive person].muimuia₁
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lehulehumale lehulehupolygamy, polyandry, bigamymale₃
 Nōkali no ka lehulehu.Notary public.nōkali
 ka pono o ka lehulehupublic welfarepono₁
 kōkua no ka pono o ka lehulehuhelp for the public welfarepono₁
 aka lehulehushadow of the multitude; fig., a well-worn pathaka₁
 aupuni a ka lehulehudemocracyaupuni
 He lehulehu loa kēia poʻe, ke helu ʻia kāne, a me wāhine.These people are very many, counting men and women.helu₁
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leiMai Hilo mai ka lei.The lei is from Hilo.mai₂
 O ka maliʻo o ke aka, ʻo aka lei maliʻo.The dawn light in the shadows, shadows thrown off by the dawning.maliʻo₁
 Ka ua lei māʻohu o Waiānuenue.Rain of Waiānuenue that is like a wreath of mist.māʻohu
 Kuʻu moʻo lei.My beloved grandchild.moʻo₈
 Mehe lei moʻoni ʻula.Like a lei trimmed with a red spiral. see ex., uhao.moʻoni
 He hana nanea ke kui lei.Lei making is pleasant.nanea₁
 Noe wale mai ke aloha i kuʻu lei aʻu i haku ai.Love alights like mist over the lei I have woven.noe₁
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lēʻīLēʻī Kohala, eia i ka nuku kānaka.Kohala is crowded to the very mouth with people.lēʻī
 Lēʻī Kohala, eia i ka nuku kānaka. [a saying referring to the astonishment of Maui invaders of Kohala, Hawaiʻi, who, contrary to, the report of their intelligence, found Kohala crowded with people; said of crowds of people anywhere].lēʻī
leiaKe leia maila e Kapiʻolani.A lei is being worn by Kapiʻolani.leia
lēʻiaHe moku lēʻia.A district of abundance.lēʻia
leikōLeikō ka ʻanakā.Let go the anchor.ʻanakā
 Leikō ka ʻanakā.Let go the anchor.leikō
LeilaniLeilaniRoyal child, heavenly lei.lei₁
LeilehuaEo ihola mākou Leilehua ma muli o ke kīloi paʻewa ʻana o Nānuha i ke kinipōpō i waho.We lost the game to Leilehua because Nānuha threw the ball away.kīloi paʻewa
leileiʻO wai kēia e leilei maila?Who is that wearing a lei there?leilei₁
LeinaakaʻuhaneLeinaakaʻuhaneplace where spirits leaped into the nether world; lit., leap of the soulleina
LeinaakeakuaLeinaakeakuaplace where the spirits leaped into the nether world; lit., leap of the godsleina
lekaleka i hoʻopaʻa ʻiaregistered letterpaʻa₁
 leka i hoʻopaʻa ʻiaregistered letterhoʻopaʻa
 Ua hōʻea mai kaʻu leka.My letter has come [either the one I wrote or the one received].leka₂
 leka halileleairmail letterhalilele
 papa kūkaʻi lekacorrespondence coursekūkaʻi leka
 leka kūloko kulacampus mailkula
 leka kūlokointernal mail, as in an office or schoolkūloko
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lekee leke maicomeleke₁
lekeonaOia inu mai , ā noho ʻia e ka lekeona.Just drinking until possessed by a legion.lekeona
lekileki naoTeflon tape, for use in plumbingnao₁
lekiaUa lekia aku ʻoia i haʻi wahine.He covets someone else's wife.lekia
lēkiōKe hoʻolele like ʻia nei ʻo "Alana I Kai Hikina" ma ka lēkiō a me ka Pūnaewele Puni Honua.“Alana I Kai Hikina” is being simulcast on the radio and on the World Wide Web.wā like
leleĒ Lono makahia, lele.O Lono with the restless eyes, fly.makahia
 Waiho 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
 ʻO ka ʻio lele māpumāpu.The hawk that flies swooping.māpumāpu
 Ā lele nui mauli o ua poʻe nei.The spirits of these people have flown away together. [death]mauli₁
 Lele aku ai e honi iāia, ā hāʻawi i mūkī hoʻomaʻūmaʻū ʻana o ke aloha.Leapt up to kiss her and give moist smacks of love.mūkī
 Hoʻonanana ka manu e lele.The bird flutters its wings to fly.nanana₁
 Lele ka ʻohe i kona lua.The ʻohe leaps into its hole [a legendary reference; each in his own place].ʻohe₅
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lelekēlelekē PalaunuBrownian motion, i.e. the random motion of colloidal particles due to their bombardment by molecules of the solvent, in chemistryPalaunu₁
leleleLelele ka houpo i ka ʻoliʻoli.The heart leaps for joy.houpo
 Holo lelele i ka lio.To bounce, bump on a horse.lelele
 Lelele i ka hauʻoli.To leap for joy.lelele
 Lelele ka ʻōʻili i ka mea hou.The heart leaps at the news.lelele
 Lelele wāwae kahi.To hop on one foot.lelele
leleneoUa leleneo ka pila kīkoʻo no ka lawa ʻole o ke kālā ma ka waihona panakō.The check bounced because there wasn't enough money in the account.leleneo
leleʻoiUa leleʻoi i kona naʻauao i loko o ka papa.His knowledge is way beyond that of the class.leleʻoi
 Ua leleʻoi ka loaʻa mamua o ka mea i manaʻo ʻia.The gain went beyond expectations.leleʻoi
lelepāʻO , ʻo lelepā.Your sty there is one easily vaulted.lelepā
lemiwai lemilemonade, limeadalemi
lemuHoʻomaʻule ka lemu.Relax the buttocks [as during rituals].maʻule
 He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags.ʻopeʻope₁
 He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags.palalē₂
 E ʻeu ka lemu.Get moving.lemu₁
 hoʻomaʻule ka lemurelax the buttocks [as during rituals]hoʻomaʻule
lemukuHele akula kēia, a lemuku ihola.He starts out and then cuts off [the project].lemuku
lenaMehe ipo ka maka lena a ke Koʻolau.Like a sweetheart is the yellow flower center of the Koʻolau.maka lena₂
 Kukū ka pihapiha a piʻi ka lena.The gills stand out and the bile rises [of anger].pihapiha₂
 lena, pōlena, ā lenayellow, yellowish, and yellow tipōlena₁
 lena, pōlena, ā lenayellow, yellowish, and yellow tipōlena₁
 ʻO ka moʻoni ʻula ka uhao ma ke kumu, i hana ʻia i ka hulu lena ʻōʻō.The cone-shaped base forms a red spiral at the staff, made with yellow ʻōʻō feathers.uhao₂
 ʻili ʻauʻaua lenayellow wrinkled skinʻauʻaua
 i ka ʻawa mama a ke kuʻi lenathe kava chewed by old yellow tuskskuʻi lena
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lenalenaUa loaʻa i ka piwa lenalenagotten the yellow fever [lazy; a pun on lena meaning "yellow" and "lazy"]piwa lenalena
 ʻaʻama kua lenalenarock crab with yellow back; fig., swift, strong warriorʻaʻama₁
 ʻelemakule ʻauwae lenalenaold man with yellowed chin [of the very old]ʻauwae₁
leoleo malelefar-reaching voicemalele₁
 Ua puni au i kāu mali leo ʻana mai.I believed your flattering words.mali₁
 E maliu mai i ka leo o ka makua.Heed the word of the parent.maliu₁
 Ua malu neia kino mamuli o leo.This person is set apart because of your wish.malu₁
 leo manavoice of authority that is obeyedmana₁
 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
 Hoʻokahi māpuna leo a ke aloha.A single expression by the lover.māpuna leo
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LeokīHiki ke kolekole i ka manawa ʻānō ma ka Leokī.You can chat in real time in Leokī.manawa ʻānō
lepahūLepahū wale iho ka manaʻo.The idea was given up.lepahū
lepeNohae mai nei kuʻu lole ā lepe.My dress was torn and a piece hung loose.lepe₁
lēpelaMāʻinoʻino ka helehelena i ka maʻi lēpela.The face is disfigured by leprosy.māʻinoʻino
lepililepili māhuaolafood label, as for giving product information on a package of foodlepili
 lepili māhuaolafood label, as for giving product information on a package of foodmāhuaola
 ka nīnūnē o ka lepili ʻana i mea ʻai GMOthe issue of the labeling of GMO producenīnūnē
lepolepo mānoanoaclaymānoanoa
 Maʻū ka lepo o kēia wahi.The earth here is damp.maʻū₁
 E mehelu i ka lepo i nenelu i ʻaeʻae.Dig the soil and make it soft and fine.mehelu
 hoʻomomona lepofertilizer; to fertilize the soilmomona₁
 naunau lepodirt muncher [insulting term for lōpā, tenant farmers]naunau₁
 ʻUla 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.nuʻanuʻa
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LepupalikaʻAoʻao Lepupalika lāhui.National Republican Party.lāhui₁
 Lepupalika Hui ʻia ʻo TanazaniaUnited Republic of Tanzaniahui pū ʻia
 Ka Lepupalika ʻo KilipakiRepublic of KiribatiKilipaki
 Lepupalika KominikaDominican RepublicKominika
 Lepupalika Kemokalaka ʻo KonokōDemocratic Republic of the CongoKonokō
 Lepupalika ʻo KonokōRepublic of CongoKonokō
 Lepupalika ʻApelika WaenaCentral African RepublicʻApelika
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LeunionaKa mokupuni ʻo LeunionaReunion IslandLeuniona
lewaWahine momona waiū lewa, too muchee meʻomeʻo i kaʻu sikaliki.Fat woman with hanging breasts, always hanging around for my cigarette.meʻomeʻo₁
 Ē ka lewa nuʻu, ē ka lewa lani, ka ʻOpikana.O high atmosphere, O heavenly atmosphere, the faraway place.ʻOpikana
 Ē ka lewa nuʻu, ē ka lewa lani, ka ʻOpikana.O high atmosphere, O heavenly atmosphere, the faraway place.ʻOpikana
  leo hurō e paʻapaʻina i ka lewa.The sounds of hurrah burst forth in the air.paʻapaʻina
 pākaha mai ka lewaair raidpākaha₁
 moraki waiwai lewachattel mortgagewaiwai lewa
  ke akua i ka lewa.God breathed into the open space.hā₂
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lewalewaaʻa lewalewaaerial roots, as put forth by ʻōhiʻa trees at high altitudes or in damp climatesaʻa₁
 houpo lewalewasagging chest [hunger]houpo
 kulapepeiao lewalewadangling earringskulapepeiao₁
 kulapepeiao lewalewadangling earringslewalewa₁
 keiki maʻi lewalewaboy before the age of puberty who did not wear a malo; lit., child dangling genitallewalewa₂
lewapuniHoʻohewa nui ʻia ke kolorofolorokalapona no ka hoʻopilikia ʻana i ke kāʻei ʻokikene kolu o ka lewapuni.Chlorofluorocarbons are often blamed for damaging the ozone layer of our atmosphere.kolorofolorokalapona
Kau lua i ke anu Waiʻaleʻale, he maka hālalo ka lehua maka noe.The keen chill of the cold of Waiʻaleʻale settles, centers of lehua blossoms are overturned, misty centers.hālalo₁
  kākinigarterskākini₁
  ka ʻili, ka ʻiʻoto have goose fleshlī₁
  ka ʻili, ka ʻiʻoto have goose fleshlī₁
 piʻi ka to get chillslī₁
 E mai i ke kāmaʻa o Laʻakea.Tie Laʻakea's shoes.lī₂
 Kau lua i ke anu Waiʻaleʻale.Doubly chilled in the cold of [Mt.] Waiʻaleʻale.lī lua
liʻaMe ka liʻa i kuanalia, i kuanalipo ka newa ʻana.Desire in the northern skies, dizzy in the southern skies.kuanalio
LiberaleKa Liberale.The Liberal [Hawaiian newspaper, 1892–3].lipelala
lihalihaI ka piko ʻoe, lihaliha.At the belly portion itself, so very choice and fat.piko₃
 lihaliha walerich and oily; pitifullihaliha₁
 Lihaliha wale ke moni akula.So wonderfully rich to swallow.lihaliha₁
lihalihauMakulu ka noe, lihalihau.Dripping fog, cool and damp.lihalihau
līhauLīhau mai nei ʻoe.You are freshly adorned as the cool dew-laden plants.līhau₁
 Onaona ke ʻala o ka maile i ka līhau ʻia e ka ua noeSweet fragrance of the maile, kept fresh and moist by the misty rain.līhau₁
 Maʻemaʻe Līhau i ka lehua.Lovely Līhau dense with lehua.pō₂
lihiUa ʻike lihi aku nei au i ka lawe kōwehe a ka pāʻū.I have just glimpsed the fluttering skirt.kōwehe
 ʻAʻole lihi launa mai o ka pilikia.There's no end to the trouble. cf. hoalauna.launa₁
 ʻAʻohe ona lihi hoʻomaopopo iki.He didn't in the least understand.lihi₂
 ʻAʻohe oʻu lihi hoihoi.I haven't a particle of interest, not the slightest interest.lihi₂
 ʻAʻole e lilo kahi huna, ʻaʻole hoʻi kahi lihi iki o ke kānāwai.Not one jot, not one tittle shall in any wise pass from the law.lihi₂
 ʻAʻole lihi launa o ka pilikia.There's no end to the trouble.lihi₂
 He lihi pili mākou.We are remotely related.lihi₂
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lihilihiMōhaluhalu ka lihilihi o ka pua.The petals of the flowers unfold in blossom.mōhaluhalu
 Ka lawaiʻa nui i ʻeaʻea kuʻemaka, i ʻehuʻehu lihilihi.The great fisherman whose brows are sprayed with sea and whose lashes are reddened [admiration of a fisherman].ʻeaʻea₁
 ʻehuʻehu lihilihireddened eyelashʻehuʻehu
 lihilihi kukūeyelashes that projectkukū₂
 Laʻolaʻo ka maka i ka lihilihi.To have an eyelash in the eye.laʻolaʻo₁
 Moe i ka lau o ka lihilihi.To doze; lit., sleep by the tip of the eyelash.lau₇
 ʻIke lihilihi.To observe critically.lihilihi₂
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LiholihoʻO Kamehameha ka ʻimi hale, ʻo Liholiho ka noho hale.Kamehameha established the rule; Liholiho was the legatee.ʻimi hale₁
liʻimanomano, manohā liʻimany, numerous the chiefsmanohā
 milo liʻifine twisting [as sennit]milo₂
 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
 naku liʻigrovelernaku₁
 ʻO Piʻilani, ʻO Piʻikea, ʻo LonoaPiʻi, pipipiʻi i ka ʻakoʻako liʻi nuiPiʻilani, Piʻikea, Lonoapiʻi, the great chiefs climbing to the crest [note fondness for repetition].pipipiʻi
 Pipipiʻi i ka ʻakoʻako liʻi nui i ka ʻakoʻako, i ka ʻiu lani.The great chiefs ascend to the crest of the waves, to the crest, to the heavenly height.ʻakoʻako₃
 ʻiʻo lau liʻigrain with slight curlinessʻiʻo₃
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liʻiliʻimahele liʻiliʻismall portion, bit, fragmentmahele₁
 Mākili liʻiliʻi ka wai.Add a little water [as in mixing poi].mākili
 ka mea namu liʻiliʻithose that mutternamu₁
 Nānā aʻela ia ma kiʻi maka nunui, koe kiʻi maka liʻiliʻi.He caters to the important people, and leaves out the ordinary folk.nānā₁
 nōhāhā liʻiliʻibroken into bitsnōhāhā
 He paʻakai poepoe liʻiliʻi, he ʻōnohi awa ka inoa.Small round-grained salt is called milkfish eyeball.ʻōnohi₁
 palela liʻiliʻismall barrel, kegpalela₂
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likeNo ia mea, e maʻalea ʻoukou e like me nahesa, e noho mālie hoʻi e like me manu nūnū.Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves.maʻalea
 No ia mea, e maʻalea ʻoukou e like me nahesa, e noho mālie hoʻi e like me manu nūnū.Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves.maʻalea
 Like me ʻoe.Like you.me₂
  mea like ʻolevaried things, miscellaneousmea₁
 ʻAʻohe maʻi luku ʻē aʻe nāna e melu a nome aku, ʻo ka rama, moekolohe, like .No other destructive disease is as weakening and continuing as liquor, adultery, [and] such.melu₁
 Ua like me ka ʻeku ʻana a ka puaʻa ka mokupawa o ka ʻāina.The breaking up of the soil is like a pig's rooting.mokupawa
 Noho mālie, like me ka hilu, he iʻa noʻenoʻe.Sitting quietly like the hilu, a quiet fish.noʻenoʻe₂
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liki ka liki i Nuʻuanu.Boasting like Nuʻuanu [said of a boaster].liki₁
 E liki mai ʻoe ā paʻa ke kaula.Tighten the rope securely.liki₂
likikilikiki hoʻokaʻareceipt; lit., ticket for paymentlikiki
likilikiLikiliki loa kēia lole.This dress is too tight.likiliki
likiniKe liolio nei ke kaula likini.The rigging lines are drawn tight.liolio
likiumaiho ʻiona likiumaion-lithium batteryiho₅
 iho ʻiona likiumaion-lithium batterylikiuma
likoMālua Kiʻi Wai ke aloha, hoʻopulu i ka liko māmanegreetings to the water-fetching Mālua breeze, bringing moisture to the māmane buds.Mālua Kiʻi Wai
 Ka liko o ka palai i wilia me ke ʻala.The young fern frond is interwoven with fragrance.wilia
 ʻEʻeke 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
 He ua , he kulu ua no ka liko ke hoʻokiʻoa i kikawaiō.It is rain, rain-drops for the buds … water settling on the kikawaiō fern.kiʻoa
 Ua kohu au me ia , me ka liko lehua o uka.I'm a good match for her, for the lehua bud of the upland [a young girl].kohu₁
 Mai ka liko a ka lāʻele.From leaf bud to old leaf.lāʻele
 liko aliʻichief's childliko₁
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likolikoHe ahi likoliko o ka wela.Glowing fire of heat.likoliko
 kai likolikogravy full of fat or grease; oily sea waterlikoliko
līlāLīlā ka maiʻa o ka ʻeʻa, wili ka ʻōkaʻi.Spindly is the growth of the mountain banana patch, the blossom container twists [even a spindly plant may bear fruit].ʻeʻa₂
 He maiʻa līlā, ʻaʻohe ʻiʻo.A thin banana without substance [either fruit or plant].līlā
lilelileHe peke ia me ka ʻumiʻumi uliuli i hoʻō ʻia i loko o kona ʻili kuapo kula, a lilelile kona mau maka ma lalo o kona pūloʻu ʻōmaomao ikaika.It was a dwarf with a blue beard tucked into a golden belt, very bright eyes under his dark green hood.pūloʻu₁
liliE hoʻi, ē Pele, i ke kuahiwi, ua lili, inaina.Return, O Pele, to the mountain; your jealousy, your rage are pacified.nā₁
 lili punaluabitter jealousy of a rivalpunalua
 Ua lili ke Akua ia no ke auhili ʻia o kānaka i ka ʻino.God was jealous then because of the turning away of men to wickedness.auhili
 Lili punalua.See punalua.lili₁
līlialīlia ʻApelikaamaryllisʻApelika
LilihaUa neʻe lāua mai Liliha a Waikīkī.They moved from Liliha to Waikīkī.neʻe₁
liliʻiLiliʻi wai lehua.Tiny drops of lehua honey.liliʻi
liliko lilikoto burn, searkā₁
LilikoʻiKa ua i Lilikoʻi ē, oheohe i luna .The rain at Lilikoʻi, so steep and high.oheohe
 I hinua i ke kukui o Lilikoʻi a paheʻe.Polished smooth with the kukui of Lilikoʻi.hinua
lilioLilio ka pepeiao.The ears are pulled back, as of a horse [also said of the frightened person].lilio
 maka lilioslant eyes, eyes with epicanthic foldlilio
liliʻuʻO liliʻu ʻo loloku ʻo walania i ke kiʻiʻōnohi.Smarting, tearful, burning are the eyeballs.walania
  liliʻuburning sunliliʻu₁
 ʻO liliʻu ʻo loloku ʻo walania i ke kiʻiʻōnohi.Smarting, tearful, burning are the eyeballs.loloku
  e Liliʻu i kou inoa.Liliʻu, answer to your name song.eō₂
 Ua ʻo Liliʻu i ka moku.Liliʻu is ruler of the land.kū₇
liliueweka liliuewe ʻanaevolutionliliuewe
LiliʻulaniMa hope mākou a Liliʻulani.We are supporters of Liliʻulani.hope₁
 Ma hope mākou a Liliʻulani.We are supporters of Liliʻulani.hope₃
LiliʻuokalaniʻOnipaʻa Liliʻuokalani mākia.Stand firm was Liliʻuokalani's motto.mākia₁
 Waiwai Noho Kahu O Liliʻuokalani.Liliʻuokalani Trust.waiwai noho kahu
liliuweloUa liliuwelo ka ʻiʻiwi i ka ulu ʻōhiʻa.The ʻiʻiwi is biologically adapted to the ʻōhiʻa forest.liliuwelo
liloĀ 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
 Mamina au i ka lilo o ka waʻa.I'm sorry the canoe is lost.mamina
 Na ka ʻeleu mikimiki (nāna e) ka lawe lilo.First come, first served.mikimiki₁
 E nihi ka hele i ka uka o Puna, mai ʻako i ka pua, o lilo i ke ala o ka hewahewa.Circumspect (or prescribed) the voyage inland of Puna, do not pick flowers or be led to the paths of wrongness.nihi₂
 ʻōlelo noʻonoʻo mua o ke dālā e lilo aipreliminary estimate of expensesʻōlelo noʻonoʻo mua
 E lilo ka lepo ʻōlinolino i wai ʻauʻauthe parched ground shall become a bathing poolʻōlelo noʻonoʻo mua
 Mālama o lilo i ka lima ā .Watch out or [it] will disappear into [someone's] hands and be taken away.pā₄
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LīloaO humea ka malo lani o Līloa.Gird on the divine loincloth of Līloa.humea
limaKa iʻa mili i ka lima.The fish [ʻoʻopu] fondled in the hand [easily caught].mili₁
 Ka iʻa miliʻopu i ka limathe fish caught in the handmiliʻopu
 Muʻo o ka lima.Fingertips bunched together as though to form a bud.muʻo
 Ua kui lima akula au me Niolopua.I went off hand-in-hand with Niolopua [went to sleep].Niolopua₂
 ʻŌ aku ʻoia i kona mau lima i ka poʻe nele.He extended his hands to the needy.ʻō₂
 ʻAʻohe ikaika kēia lima, he lima ʻōhaʻi.This arm isn't strong, it's imperfectly healed.ʻōhaʻi
 ʻAʻohe ikaika kēia lima, he lima ʻōhaʻi.This arm isn't strong, it's imperfectly healed.ʻōhaʻi
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limahaeweliNa limahaeweli i hoʻopāʻulupā i ka hale aupuni i ka mokulele.The terrorists crashed a plane into a government building.hoʻopāʻulupā
limahakahakaE kākau limahakahaka ʻoe i kēia mau huaʻōlelo.Print these words.limahakahaka
limahana limahana māʻukaʻukaunskilled laborersmāʻukaʻuka
 Ua loaʻa wahi ʻōkeni a limahana.The workers received some small change.ʻōkeni
 poʻe limahana kīwilacivilian laborerskīwila
 Komisina o limahana.Labor commission.limahana
 Papa limahana.Labor board.limahana
 Hoʻopiʻi ʻia ka pāʻoihana e kekahi limahana no ka hoʻokae ʻana.The business was sued by an employee for discrimination.hoʻokae₂
  limahana paʻi wikiōvideo production crewlimahana
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limahiōE kākau limahiō i kou inoa.Write your name in script.limahiō
limalimaHoʻopiʻi i ʻaha limalima.The limalima assembly rises.limalima₄
 Hoʻopiʻi i ʻaha limalima.The limalima assembly rises.hoʻopiʻi₁
limanelehanaKohu mea , he pilikia i manawa a pau ka lawa ʻole o kūlana hana maikaʻi me ka piʻi o ka heluna o ka poʻe limanelehana.It seems as if there are never enough good jobs, and the number of unemployed keeps rising.limanelehana
 Kohu mea , he pilikia i manawa a pau ka lawa ʻole o kūlana hana maikaʻi me ka piʻi o ka heluna o ka poʻe limanelehana.It seems as if there are never enough good jobs, and the number of unemployed keeps rising.kohu mea
LimanuiMa ka hāʻawiaholo ʻia aku o ke kinipōpō ia i ʻāhaʻi ai ʻo Limanui a hiki loa i ka hīnaʻi.Limanui took off with the ball on the give and go all the way to the basket.hāʻawiaholo
limuPau ka limu i ka mokuliaall the seaweed is broken offmokulia
 Ua nui ka mea ʻai, ʻo ka puaʻa ʻoe, ʻo ka lūʻau ʻoe, ʻo ka limu ʻoe.There was much food, pork, taro greens, and seaweed.ʻoe₃
 Ka naho manini nui, ke ʻaʻaki nei i ka limu.The cleft with the large manini fish, nibbling now at the seaweed.ʻaʻaki
 ʻae limujuice remaining on the pounding board after seaweed (limu) is pounded; mixed with salt it is used to flavor sauce for ʻōʻio or other fishʻae₂
 He limu ka iʻa, hailepo ka lani.If seaweed is the marine food, the chief pales. [sometimes limu is a bad omen]hailepo₁
 limu kanaka o Manuʻakepa.the man-striking moss of Manuʻakepa [name of a famous slippery alga growing on the beach at Hanalei, Kauaʻi].kā₁
 Pehu kālunu ka limu o Manuʻakepa.Swollen with moisture is the moss of Manuʻakepa.kālunu
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linaKuʻu lio kākele lina poepoe.My racing horse [in the] round track.lina₃
 lina hoʻokomoa circle around a period, colon, or semicolon to show that it has been insertedhoʻokomo
 puke lina kuiring binderlina kui
 E noho lina poepoe kākou.Let's sit in a circle.lina poepoe
 lina ʻulīkeketambourineʻulīkeke
linalinapalaoa linalinaunleavened pancakelinalina
linoUa paʻa i ka lino pāwalu i malia i ke aho makaliʻimade fast to an eight-ply line, bound on with fine-meshed stringmalia₁
 ʻAʻohe ʻoe e pakele aku, ua lino ʻia i ka lino pāwalu.You won't escape, you are bound with an eight-strand tie.lino₂
 ʻAʻohe ʻoe e pakele aku, ua lino ʻia i ka lino pāwalu.You won't escape, you are bound with an eight-strand tie.lino₂
linoaua linoa ʻia a paʻatied firmlylinoa
linohauKāhiko ā oki ā pāʻihiʻihi, lawe ā linohau ā mikihilina.Dressed in best, neatest finery, most fine and ornate.mikihilina
  kilakila i ka noe, linohau i ka mālie.Standing majestic in the mist, beautifully attired in the calm.linohau
lioUa holo ia mehe lio .He ran like a horse.mehe
 He lio no Pua.A horse for Pua.no
 kuʻu lio holo pekimy pacing horsepeki₁
 kuʻu lio puakeamy buckskin horsepuakea₁
  lio kaʻinapu hoʻowali luagraceful, doubly supple horseswali
 lio hulu ʻaekodark-gray horse; lit., eagle-feather horseʻaeko₁
 hāʻule lioto fall off a horsehāʻule₁
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liolioKe liolio nei ke kaula likini.The rigging lines are drawn tight.liolio
lionakanaka kino lionasphinx, a mythological monster with the head of a woman and the body of a lionliona
 Loaʻa moʻolelo Helene kahiko e pili ana i ke kanaka kino liona.There are ancient Greek stories about sphinxes.kanaka kino liona
 kanaka kino lionasphinx, a mythological monster with the head of a woman and the body of a lionkino liona
 Hui Liona.Lions Club.liona
 Sapenika Lionathe huge Sphinx found near the pyramids at Giza in Egyptliona
 ʻAkahi a pau ka hoʻoponopono ʻia ʻana o Sapenika Liona ma ʻAikupita.The work of renovation on the Sphinx in Egypt has just been completed.Sapenika Liona
LipakiʻAoʻao LipakiLibertarian Partylipaki
lipelalaKa ʻaoʻao lipelala.The Liberal Party.lipelala
lipime kāna , a me kāna koʻi lipiwith his colter and his axehō₃
lipinalipina aliʻiroyal ribbon or decorationlipina
lipinekalakoa me ona mau lipinecalico and also ribbonsona₅
 Ua kīnohi ʻia ka pāpale me ka lipine ʻulaʻula.The hat is trimmed with a red ribbon.kīnohi
līpinelīpine maʻemaʻeblank footagelīpine
 līpine paʻi makaraw footagelīpine
lipoEia 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
 Hanu lipo o ka palai.Breathing deep of the palai fern.hanu
 ʻAʻohe 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
 lipo lolohuameathe dark depths [the unfathomable mystery of the gods]lipo₁
 ka ʻohenānā lewa lipo ʻo HāpelaHubble space telescopeHāpela
 kukuna lewa lipocosmic raylewa
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lipoaUa lipoa wale i ka ua ka nahele.Forest dark with rain.lipoa
lipolipoKa moana nui lipolipo.The great blue ocean.lipolipo
 Ka uliuli lipolipo o lau nāhelehele.The deep green of the forest leaves.lipolipo
 Kuʻu hoa lūlana i ka lipolipo.My peaceful companion in the forest depth.lūlana
liralira kamaliʻichildren's lyrics [a book of songs]lila₂
liʻuAla liʻu ka o Waiʻanae.The Waiʻanae sun rises slowly.liʻu₁
 ʻAʻohe i liʻu iho kona hiki ʻana mai a hiki maila ʻoe.He hadn't been here long when you arrived.liʻu₁
 Liʻu ka ʻike i ke kālai waʻa.He's skilled in canoe carving.liʻu₃
 Liʻu ka naʻauao i loko ona.Wisdom within him is profound.liʻu₃
liʻuaʻAʻole i liʻua.It wasn't long.liʻua
liʻulāPuanaiea ke kanaka ke hele i ka liʻulāThe one going after a mirage becomes weak [don't try for the impossible]puanaiea
 Ka hulali a ka wai liʻulā.The glitter of water in the mirage.liʻulā
liʻuliʻuUa kāua mai ʻoia iaʻu e noho iho ā liʻuliʻu me ia.He politely asked me to stay a short time with him.kāua₁
 ʻAʻole i liʻuliʻu ma Maui.Did not spend much time at Maui.liʻuliʻu
 E kali iho a liʻuliʻu.Wait a while.liʻuliʻu
 Liʻuliʻu aku mahope.A great while to come.liʻuliʻu
 Liʻuliʻu i ua ai.It rained many days.liʻuliʻu
loamaʻemaʻe loaextremely clean, immaculatemaʻemaʻe
 Mahalo nui loa.Thanks [you] very much.mahalo₁
 he wahine maikaʻi loa ke nānā akua woman very good to look atmaikaʻi
 ka mālama makeʻe loato preserve a desired object with great caremakeʻe
 He makili loa ka uka.A sun just peering forth in the uplands.makili
 ʻAʻole maikaʻi loa ʻo kēia hale akā he malumalu.This house is not very good, still it is a shelter.malumalu
 mana loagreat power; almightymana₁
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loaʻaNui kalakalai, manumanu ka loaʻa.Much whittling, nicked product.manumanu
 ka mea e loaʻa anawhatever is gotten, found; anythingmea₁
 Na ka mikimiki mua ka loaʻa.For the most alert one the gains.mikimiki₁
 ʻO kona mīkole ia ā hiki i ka e loaʻa ai.He perseveres until he obtains.mīkole₂
 Ua loaʻa ka moʻowini i kekahi poʻeblindness in part has happened to some peoplemoʻowini₂
 Loaʻa akula i ka nahua a ka ʻino.Caught by the pelting of the storm.nahua₁
 neʻineʻi ka mea i loaʻanot much obtainedneʻineʻi₂
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loʻaʻāHe kānāwai i ka loʻaʻā.A cruel law.loʻaʻā
loʻanaka mea e loaʻa ana (ka mea e loʻana)anything at all, whatever is to be hadloaʻa
loeaKa hana ia a ka loea, ʻo ke akamai paheʻe ʻulu.That is the way an expert does, smart in bowling.hana₁
  loea a me kueʻothe skilled and the unskilledkueʻo
 ʻike loeatechnical knowledge, knowledge of skillsloea
 loea holoholona lōhiuwildlife expertholoholona
 E makaʻala ʻoe i ke kūkolu; he loea ʻo ia i ke ʻai kolu.Make sure you keep an eye out for the swing man; he's really good at the triple shot.kūkolu
LoʻeauHākā kōʻeleʻele uʻi ʻo Loʻeauthe stalwart youth Loʻeau fights in a stormy valiant waykōʻeleʻele₂
lohaʻO ka iliau loha i ka , pūʻolo hau kakahiaka.The iliau plant drooping by day, the carrier of morning dew.pūʻolo
 Ua loha hui o Hāʻupu.The flippers of Hāʻupu droop [an aged person, a reference to the story of Kana and Niheu, in which a turtle lifted up Hāʻupu hill on Molokaʻi].hui₆
 ʻO ka iliau loha i ka .The iliau drooping, in the sun.iliau
 hune lohapaucal marker, e.g. wahi, somehune₃
lohelohe mahuʻito hear a hint or rumor without much detail; to have heard rarely. [see ex., ulua₁]mahuʻi
 Malia paha o lohe aku.Perhaps [they] will hear.malia₂
 Ua nakulu akula kēia lohe i ke alo aliʻi.This report reached the presence of the chief.nakulu
 Lohe mai i ka kāhea a ke Koʻolauwahine.Hear the call of Koʻolauwahine (a wind).pā kāhea
 lohe pepeiaohearsay, to have heard onlypepeiao₁
 Lohe kōliʻuliʻu puaināwele mehe leo no ka hinihini.To hear faintly, weak, like the voice of the land shell.puaināwele
 I kaʻu uolo ʻana aku e lohe mai iaʻu.When I call out, listen to me.uolo
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loheaE hūnā ʻoe i ke aloha, mai haʻi, a lohea ʻia auaneʻi, hewa kahi poʻe.Conceal the love, don't tell, lest it be heard, and some people be offended.hewa₃
loheloheHe ʻīlio lohelohe.A dog [sacrificed to obtain] obedience.lohelohe₁
 lohelohe i honuapoetic name for banana plant because its fruit droops (loha), to the ground (i honua)lohelohe₃
 Lohelohe peleʻunu Mahiki i ka ua.Mahiki is beaten down and made musty by the rain.lohelohe₃
lohenaHe lohena kaʻu i ka ʻolāʻolā.I heard a gurgling.lohena
lohiKa wai lohi o Maleka.The sparkling water of America [alcoholic drink].Maleka₁
 Mai lohi ʻolua o mania ka imu.Don't be slow or the oven will cool.mania₄
 Ua lohi pokakā o kona mau kaʻa kaua.The wheels of his war chariot were slow.pokakā
 Lohi mai ʻĀpua, ʻanapa i ka , pua ahi ka i ka papa o MaukeleʻĀpua sparkles, glistens in the sun, the sun shines like fire on the flats of Maukele.pua ahi
 E wiki ʻoe, mai lohi.Hurry, don't delay.wiki
 Mai lohi mai ʻoe, e alawiki mai.Don't be slow, be fast.alawiki
 Kūmaka ka ʻikena Hiʻilawe i ka papa lohi a ʻo Maukele.See, indeed, Hiʻilawe and the sparkling flats of Maukele.kūmaka
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lohiawai lohiasparkling water, intoxicating drinklohia₁
lohiʻauLohiʻau Puna i ke akua wahine.Puna is handicapped, retarted, set back, by the goddess. cf. Lohiʻau, the unsuccessful suitor of Pele and Hiʻiaka.lohiʻau
 ka hoʻoniniau ʻana Lohiʻaupursuit of Lohiʻauniniau₁
  kilu a Lohiʻau.Kilu hulas by Lohiʻau [name of some hulas performed for the coronation of Kalākaua].kilu₁
 No ka lilo loa o Lohiʻau ipo i ka nani o Puna, ua lilo ka ʻai i mea ʻole iāia.Because of sweetheart Lohiʻau's fascination by the beauty of Puna, food became … as nothing [of no interest] to him.lilo₂
 ka hoʻoniniau ʻana Lohiʻaupursuit of Lohiʻauhoʻoniniau
Lohiʻauipoa Lohiʻauipo i Hāena , ʻenaʻena ke aloha ke hiki maiand Lohiʻauipo at Red-hot, hot the love that comesHāʻena
lōhiuhoʻomalu holoholona lōhiustate wildlife officialholoholona
 loea holoholona lōhiuwildlife expertholoholona
 luna hoʻomalu holoholona lōhiustate wildlife officialholoholona
 holoholona lōhiuwildlifelōhiu
 hoʻomalu holoholona lōhiustate wildlife officiallōhiu
 luna hoʻomalu holoholona lōhiustate wildlife officiallōhiu
 pōpoki lōhiuwildcatlōhiu
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loinoʻonoʻo loicritical thinkingloi
loʻiHe ālia hoʻohaʻahaʻa paʻakai; loʻi ʻale i ke ālia o loko.It is a low salt bed; water comes in to flood the salt bed inside.ālia₁
 ʻElua loʻi ʻai, ua kuleana ʻia e aʻu.Two taro patches claimed as kuleana by me [will].kuleana
 Mahope iho o ke kahuna imu e kūpono ana i ka loʻi.Behind the cook house next to the taro patch.kūpono₁
 ʻEkolu kanu laiki ʻana o kēia loʻi o ka makahiki.This paddy produces three crops of rice per year.kanu
lōieleHe aha ke kumu o kou lōiele?Why are you so slow?lōiele₁
lōʻihiUa lōʻihi ka moe maʻi o Koma.Tom has been sick in bed for a long time.moe maʻi
 He wahine pīoeoe, wīwī, lōʻihi.A thin woman, bony, tall.pīoeoe
 Ua ʻākī ʻia ka lauoho, ua like ka lōʻihi o ka ʻākī me ka pūpū olonā.The hair is lengthened with long switches; the switches are as long as olonā bunches.ʻākī₁
 Lōʻihi ke kaʻa maʻi ʻana.The siege of sickness was long.kaʻa maʻi
 keʻehi lōʻihifull pace; forward marchkeʻehi₁
 lōʻihi aʻe nei ka manawalong sincelōʻihi₁
 Lōʻihi ke ala.The road is long.lōʻihi₁
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LoikaUa lele ka waiū o Loika.Lois' breasts have ceased to contain milk.lele₈
LoʻikeʻeKāoʻo ihola ka ua o Kahana, kapakē aʻela ka wai ma Loʻikeʻe.The rains gather at Kahana, splashing on the water of Loʻikeʻe.kapakē
loiloiloiloi holomua haumānastudent assessmenthaumāna
 loiloi holomua haumānastudent assessmentholomua
 I ka nīnauele ʻia o Malignaggi, nemanema ʻo ia i luna loiloi i ke kaulike ʻole, a kapa akula hoʻi i ka haʻuki mokomoko i ka pulukeke.When Malignaggi was interviewed, he belittled the judges as unfair, and called boxing "bullshit".pulukeke
loinaloina paepae ʻāhuacustoms that add prestige; lit., elevated mound customspaepae₁
 loina huipaʻarules of syntaxhuipaʻa
 ʻO kakaʻina a me loina liʻiliʻi ʻē aʻe o ke ʻano hoʻomana.Sequences and various small rules of a religious nature.kakaʻina
loiohoa o ka papa loiomember of the barpapa loio
  hana loio nona ponoʻī ihoattorney's private practiceponoʻī
 loio kūpaledefense attorney, attorney for the defendantkūpale
 Ka loio nāna e lawelawe nei i ka hihia.The lawyer who is handling the law case.lawelawe₁
 E loio ana i ke ʻano o kēlā kēia moʻolelo.Judging the nature of all the tales.loio₃
 loio o ka ʻaoʻao kūʻēlawyer for the opponentloio₃
 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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lōkahimanaʻo lōkahiunanimouslōkahi
lokeOnaona māpuana o ka loke.The soft wafted fragrance of the rose.māpuana
 ʻAuhea wale ana ʻoe, ē ka pua o ka loke lani.Now pay attention, O blossom of the rose.ʻauhea₂
 Ka loke o Kālona.The rose of Sharon.Kālona₂
 pipi lokeroast beefloke₂
 No ka pua loke lau ke aloha.Love for the green rose.loke lau
lōkinolōkino huaʻineovaryhuaʻine
 ʻōnaehana lōkinoorgan system, in biologylōkino
lokomaʻi na lokoinside sickness [caused by family troubles]maʻi₁
 Ua hoʻokō ʻia ka hana hoʻomakauliʻi i loko o ke aupuni.Economies in government have been effected.makauliʻi₁
 ʻO mākou Makua i loko o ka lani.Our Father who art in heaven.makua
 He mamakawalu lākou i loko o ʻĪ.They are many in the ʻĪ family.mamakawalu
 I loko a ka hune, komo maʻuʻa i ka lole.In spite of poverty, wearing clothes without taking care of them.maʻuʻa
 E komo ʻoukou i loko a kona ʻīpuka me ka mililani.Enter into his gates with thanksgiving.mililani
 Ua napoʻo ka ʻiole i loko o ka lua.The rat has gone down the hole.napoʻo
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lokomaikaʻiMānuʻunuʻu wale ka lokomaikaʻi.Very great is the kindness.mānuʻunuʻu
 Ka lokomaikaʻi a me ka ʻoʻoleʻa o ke Akua.The kindness and the severity of God.ʻoʻoleʻa
 ʻAʻohe lokomaikaʻi i nele i ka pānaʻi.No kind heart lacks a reward.pānaʻi₁
 hāʻawi lokomaikaʻito give freely, open-handedhāʻawi₁
  o ka lokomaikaʻi.Days of grace [time allotted for paying a bill].lokomaikaʻi
lokopaʻakaiLokopaʻakai.Salt Lake City.paʻakai₁
lokuE loku ai ka maka i ka pūkai.Eyes that well with salt tears.pūkai₂
 ka ua lokuthe pouring rainloku
 Ke aloha loku i ka puʻuwai.Love surging in the heart.loku
 Ke loku nei ka makani.The wind is blowing in a gale.loku
lōkuʻulōkuʻu hāʻaesalivary glandhāʻae
 lōkuʻu hoʻokonukonu pūnaothyroid glandhoʻokonukonu
 lōkuʻu kuʻulokoendocrine glandkuʻuloko
 lōkuʻu kuʻuwahoexocrine glandkuʻuwaho
 lōkuʻu hoʻokonukonu pūnaothyroid glandpūnao
 lōkuʻu ʻanapuʻulymph gland, lymph nodeʻanapuʻu₂
lolalola māhu hana alanuisteam roller for streetsmāhu₁
 lola moe hālaulazy one who sleeps in the workhouse [a lazy person]lola₁
 lola wikiōvideo cassettelola₅
 lola penapaint rollerlola
 pena lolato paint with a rollerlola
 mīkini hoʻokani lolacassette playermīkini lola
 mīkini hoʻopaʻa lolacassette recordermīkini lola
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lōlāKe lōlā maila lākou.They are sunning.lōlā
lolepaʻa lole makalikeuniform, as of militarymakalike
 lole mākuʻepurplemākuʻe₁
 I loko a ka hune, komo maʻuʻa i ka lole.In spite of poverty, wearing clothes without taking care of them.maʻuʻa
 Ua muku koʻu lole.My dress is shortened.muku₁
 Mauʻu nolunolu kohu lole weleweka.Soft grass like velvet cloth.nolunolu₁
  lole i paʻa muaready-made clothespaʻa₁
 Paʻa mai me ona lole ʻauʻau.Bring some bathing suits too.paʻa₁
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loleloleMai kiʻi ʻoe e lolelole i kuʻu ukana.Don't you go and go through my things.lolelole
 ʻŌlelo lolelole.Twisted, not straight-forward, roundabout speech.lolelole
 lolelole i hopeto scan backwardlolelole
 lolelole i muato scan forwardlolelole
lolenapalai lolenafern turned overlolena₁
 ʻAʻohe lolena i ka wai ʻōpae.No slackers in water full of shrimps. [there must be no slackers when work is to be done]lolena₂
 He uʻi lolena i kiʻona.A stupid beauty fit for the dung hill.lolena₂
loliHe loli ka iʻa, ʻīloli ke aloha.Sea cucumber, the sea creature, passionate the love [in hana aloha prayers with loli as an offering, a play on words].ʻīloli₁
 loli aʻeto vary, changeloli₁
 loli ʻanachange, conversion, variation, evolutionloli₁
 loli waleto change for apparently no reason or whimsically; variableloli₁
 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
 Ua loli ka ili pūʻuo kanaka i loko o makahiki 100 i hala aʻe nei mai ka noho nui ʻana ma kahi kuaʻāina a ka neʻe nui ʻana i kahi o kūlanakauhale.Human population distribution in the last 100 years has changed from people mostly living in rural areas to people moving and mostly inhabiting areas near the cities.ili pūʻuo
 loli uluōimpulse, i.e. the change in momentum produced by a force, in physicsuluō
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lōliʻimoe lōliʻito lie at easelōliʻi
 Ua noho ʻo Maleka ā lōliʻi.America is well prepared.lōliʻi
loloʻAhaʻaina ka lani i ka lolo o Kūkahuilalani, ʻapiʻapi kanalani.The chief feasts at the lolo ceremony of Kū-the-heavenly-lightning, abundant repletion.ʻapiʻapi₃
 Kaʻa ka lolo.The brain spins; dizziness; perturbation; fig., destitution, poverty.kaʻa₁
 hoʻokele waʻa lolo niuto sail coconut bloom sheaths as [toy] canoeskele₂
 Kau ka i ka lolothe sun rests on the brains [it is noon; usually now without other connotation, but formerly believed a time with great mana as a man's aka (shadow, image) was no longer visible and was thought to have entered his sacred head—Nānā 123–4]lolo₁
 Lolo ʻeleuactive mind or intelligencelolo₁
 Aʻo ihola ʻo Halemano i ka hula pau ke aʻo ʻana, lolo ihola i ka puaʻa.Halemano learned the hula … after learning, a pig was offered ceremonially.lolo₂
 he lolo ʻau moanaseafaring expertlolo₂
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lōlōLōlō moe hālau.Stupid one who sleeps in a workshop [a lazybones].lōlō
loloaEia ka puaʻa wāwae loloa, ua makahelei.Here is a pig with long legs [a human sacrifice] with drawn eyes [fat cheeks, fat].maka helei
 moa laiki loloachicken long ricemoa₁
 Ka hoʻopiha ʻia ʻana o me ka pauka a me ka ʻōnoʻonou ʻia ʻana me ʻōhelo loloa.Guns filled with powder rammed in with long ramrods.ʻōnoʻonou
 Eia ka puaʻa wāwae loloa, ua makahelei.Here is a pig with long legs [a human sacrifice] with drawn eyes [fat cheeks, fat].puaʻa wāwae loloa
 puaʻa wāwae loloalong-legged pig [human sacrifice] ; cf. Tahitian ʻaavae.)wāwae₁
 ʻale kua loloalong-backed billowʻale₁
 alualu loloato run after persistentlyalualu
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loloheHe pepeiao lolohe.An ear with good hearing.lolohe₁
lolohiLolohi ke aʻo ʻana.Slow in learning.lolohi
lolohuamealipo lolohuameathe dark depths [the unfathomable mystery of the gods]lipo₁
lolokaʻaI noiele, i ʻia e ka Lawakua, niua lolokaʻa ke poʻo o Hanalei.Shaken, beaten by the Lawakua wind, the head of Hanalei [Valley] reels with dizziness.noiele
lolokuʻO liliʻu ʻo loloku ʻo walania i ke kiʻiʻōnohi.Smarting, tearful, burning are the eyeballs.walania
 ʻO liliʻu ʻo loloku ʻo walania i ke kiʻiʻōnohi.Smarting, tearful, burning are the eyeballs.loloku
lolokūKe lolokū aku nei.It is noon.lolokū₁
 ʻōnaehana lolokūnervous systemlolokū
lolokukuiUa lapaʻau ʻia ka lolokukui.The rape victim was treated.lolokukui
 Ua lolokukui ʻia ke keiki.The child was sexually molested.lolokukui
lōlōkuliI lohe ʻia e ʻāʻā lololohe; i mau ʻāʻā lōlōkuli.It was heard from the dumb one who could hear, about those who were deaf and dumbʻāʻā₁
lololohoʻonaʻauao haumāna lolologifted education, as a school programhaumāna
 hoʻonaʻauao haumāna lolologifted education, as a school programlololo
lololoheI lohe ʻia e ʻāʻā lololohe; i mau ʻāʻā lōlōkuli.It was heard from the dumb one who could hear, about those who were deaf and dumbʻāʻā₁
lolopuaEia i ka lolopua o ka lani.Here is the zenith of the heavens.lolopua
lolouilalolouila lawelima.laptop computer.lawelima
 lolouila lawelimalaptop computerlolouila
Lomahelu LomaRoman numeralLoma
lomalomalomaloma ʻai halalēlazy gluttonhalalē
lomikepakepa ʻia ka iʻa a lomi ʻiafish being cut in pieces and mashedkepakepa₁
 Ola ia kini i ka limu lomi lima o Kailua.The crowd thrives on the hand-massaged seaweed of Kailua.kini₁
 kāmano lomi, iʻa lomisalmon or fish, usually raw, worked with the fingers and mixed with onions and seasonedlomi
 kāmano lomi, iʻa lomisalmon or fish, usually raw, worked with the fingers and mixed with onions and seasonedlomi
 kanaka lomimasseur, masseuselomi
lomiaPēpē lomia e ka Inuwai.Crushed and mashed by the water-drinking wind . [as grass, but figuratively of lovers].Inuwai
 Pēpē lomia e ka Inuwai.Crushed and mashed by the water-drinking wind [as grass, but figuratively of lovers].lomia
lonalonaLonalona puʻu.There are many, many hills.lonalona₂
lonikūkumu lonikūprime meridianlonikū
lonitūkumu lonitūprime meridianlonikū
lonoʻāweʻaweʻa lonodim recollectionʻāweʻaweʻa₁
 He ʻike kumu, he ʻike lau, he ʻike lono, he ʻike ʻawa hiwa; Ka ʻike ia āu ē ke akua.A knowledge basic, a knowledge flowering, a knowledge heard, a knowledge from kava offerings; this is the knowledge from you, O god.ʻike₁
 Ua haʻi ʻia ka lono i kēlā mea a me kēia mea o lākou.The news was told to all of them.kēlā…kēia
 Kuʻi ka lono i Pelekane.The news spread to England.kuʻi₅
 Ka lono mamua, ke kulina mahope kulikuli wale i ka makani o Kaʻū.Hearing before, deafness afterwards, deafening in the wind of Kaʻū.kulina
 Kuʻi ka lono i Pelekane, hoʻolono ke kuini o Palani.The news spread to England, the queen of France heard.lono₁
 Kuʻi ka lono.The news spread.lono₁
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lonoakahana lonoalateral line, i.e. a linear series of sensory pores and tubes along the side of a fish, in biologylonoa
 lonoa alelosense of tastelonoa
 lonoa ihusense of smelllonoa
 lonoa ʻilisense of touchlonoa
 lonoa makasense of sightlonoa
 lonoa pepeiaosense of hearinglonoa
LonoaPiʻiʻO Piʻilani, ʻO Piʻikea, ʻo LonoaPiʻi, pipipiʻi i ka ʻakoʻako liʻi nuiPiʻilani, Piʻikea, Lonoapiʻi, the great chiefs climbing to the crest [note fondness for repetition].pipipiʻi
lonohiʻiMai hiʻi mau ʻoukou o lonohiʻi kēia keiki.Don't keep carrying this child or he'll want to be carried always.lonohiʻi
LonoikamakahikiMa 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
LonokaʻehoLonokaʻehoLono-the-stone [name of the god with eight stone foreheads, vanquished by Kamapuaʻa]ʻeho₁
lonolauKa lonolau i ka lonolau, ka pūʻulīʻulī i ka pūʻulīʻulīlarge gourds to large gourds, small gourds to small gourds [chiefs seek the society of chiefs, commoners seek the society of commoners; in battle chief against chief and commoner against commoner].pūʻulīʻulī
 Ka lonolau i ka lonolau, ka pūʻulīʻulī i ka pūʻulīʻulīlarge gourds to large gourds, small gourds to small gourds [chiefs seek the society of chiefs, commoners seek the society of commoners; in battle chief against chief and commoner against commoner].pūʻulīʻulī
lonomakaiheUa aʻo anei ʻoe i ka lonomakaihe?Have you learned the art of spear throwing?lonomakaihe
lonopūhāAʻo i ka lonopūhā.Learn the healing art.lonopūhā₁
loʻohiaE loʻohia nohoʻi ka poʻe i ka haʻalulu.Trembling shall take hold of the people.haʻalulu
 Ua loʻohia ʻoia e kekahi ʻuhane, auē koke ia ā huʻahuʻa aʻe.A spirit seizes him, and he suddenly cries out … until [he] foams.huʻahuʻa₁
 loʻohia i ka nāwaliwali, loʻohia i ke kaumahaovercome by weakness, overwhelmed by griefloʻohia
 loʻohia i ka nāwaliwali, loʻohia i ke kaumahaovercome by weakness, overwhelmed by griefloʻohia
 ua loʻohia i ka ʻuhane ʻinopossessed by an evil spiritloʻohia
 Ua loʻohia mai lākou i kēia mau mea.These things happened to them.loʻohia
lōpāE aho ke kūmakahiki i ka ʻauana wale ā hoʻopili mea ʻai paha ā noho lōpā wale iho .It is better to have a yearly contract [as hired hand] than to vagabond and be dependent for food and live just as a shiftless tenant.lōpā₁
 lōpā hoʻopili walewretch entirely dependent on others for livelihoodlōpā₁
 lōpā iki hele walelittle peasant who goes alonelōpā₁
 lōpā kua kealazy lōpā with untanned [lit., white] backlōpā₁
LopakaAuē! Ua ʻunu ke kuʻekuʻe wāwae o Lopaka; ʻo wai ana kōna pani?Shucks! Lopaka's ankle is sprained; who's going to substitute for him?pani
lopiUa miko ka lopi.The thread has kinked.miko₂
 lopi hoʻoholoholobasting threadholoholo₂
 lopi huluhuluworsted threadhuluhulu₂
 lopi kāholobasting threadkāholo₂
 E lopi ʻoe i niho ou me kēia lopi niho.Floss your teeth with this dental floss.lopi niho
 E lopi ʻoe i niho ou me kēia lopi niho.Floss your teeth with this dental floss.lopi niho
 lopi hoʻoholoholobasting threadhoʻoholoholo₂
Lopikanamahola Lopikana.Robinson projection.mahola₂
lōpūke paʻi lōpūmedium shotlōpū
 koloaka lōpū,medium sodalōpū
 paʻi a lōpūto take a medium shotlōpū
 wela lōpūmedium heatlōpū
 paʻi lōpūmedium shotpaʻi
louNukunuku hoʻi kēia wahi lou.This fruit-picker is too short.nukunuku₂
 puka lou lole uliuli ma ke kihi o kekahi paleloops of blue cloth on the edge of one curtainpuka lou
 Mai lou i ka ʻulu i luna loa, o lou hewa i ka ʻaʻaiole, eia ka ʻulu i ke alo.Don't pluck the breadfruit on top or you will pluck one not securely fastened, there is the breadfruit in front.ʻaʻaiole
 Mai lou i ka ʻulu i luna loa, o lou hewa i ka ʻaʻaiole, eia ka ʻulu i ke alo.Don't pluck the breadfruit on top or you will pluck one not securely fastened, there is the breadfruit in front.ʻaʻaiole
 Lou ka iʻa.The fish is hooked.lou₁
 Lou ka manaʻo.Thoughts are hooked, as of two persons thinking of each other.lou₁
 lou me ke alapiʻihook and ladderlou₁
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loʻukoʻi loʻuadze on bent haftloʻu
louaLoua mai.Hook and bring.loua₁
 Loua ʻole aku ka hana.Much work to be done.loua₂
loulouloulou kiʻito subscribe, as in a computer programkiʻi
 hua loulouedition, as in a computer programloulou
 loulou ʻikepilidata linkloulou
 loulou waihonafile linkloulou
 loulou waihonafile linkwaihona
louluHe aha kāu ʻauhau no ka pāpale loulu?What is your price for the loulu hat?ʻauhau₁
loupilimea hoʻopaʻa loupiliVelcro fastenerloupili
Mōhio ʻopeʻope.Gust that scatters bundles; fig., careless, heedless, impudent person.mōhio
 Lālau ka ʻākau, ka hema.The right [hand] grabs, the left throws away [of a spendthrift].ʻākau₁
 ʻEhia ʻana, pau ke kālā.Just a few reckless spendings, the money was gone.ʻehia
 Ua ʻia e ka manu, hāʻena wale i ka nahele.Scattered by the birds, shy in the forest.hāʻena₃
 I ka makua kāne a make, pau ke kālā i ka ʻia.No sooner had the father died than the money was squandered.i₅
 Pau ke kālā i ka ʻia.All the money was squandered.lū₁
 Mai holo ʻoe i waena o ke kaona me ka heleleʻi o kou lauoho.Don't ride through the midst of the town with your hair hanging loose.lū heleleʻi
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luamahae luato split in twomahae₁
 Māhana lua kukuithe torch lights are double [said of one drunk as with kava]māhana₁
 mahele luato divide into two partsmahele₁
 kēlā ma kēia lua makahikievery two years, biennialmakahiki₁
 lua o mea ʻinocesspoolmea ʻino
 Lua meki o Kehena.Pit of hell.meki₁
 Ua napoʻo ka ʻiole i loko o ka lua.The rat has gone down the hole.napoʻo
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luaahiMai paʻakikī aku ʻoe i ke anu, ʻo ke kino mai ka luaahi.Don't persist in going into the cold, the body will suffer for it [lit., be the victim].luaahi₁
 Ka lima luaahi o ke koa.Fearful arm of the warrior.luaahi₂
 Akahele! He luaahi aku ia!Be careful! There's a fire pit! [Danger!]lua ahi
luaʻehuLuaʻehu ka iʻa i loaʻa mai i hei i ka ʻupena.Colorful and many are the fishes caught, snared in the net.luaʻehu
luahinePukapai aʻela kahi luahine makuahine: kuʻu keiki, kanaka maikaʻi, ʻaʻole nohoʻi e akahele ka leʻaleʻa ʻana".The motherly old woman mildly rebuked: "My child, handsome person, why not be prudent in your amusements.".pukapai
 He hopena luahine.The result of being an old woman (Both of these sayings are said jokingly of oneself as he advances in years.).hopena₁
 Mahope o ka make ʻana o ka luahine, ua laweau aku moʻopuna.After the death of the old lady, the grand-children drifted apart.laweau
luaʻiUa kau koʻu weli i ka luaʻi pele.I was filled with fear of the lava eruption.weli₁
 E haʻanou ana ʻo Mea e hoʻowā luaʻi.Mea is straining to retch [and] vomit.haʻanou
 Ka mea i ʻona, e hīkākā ana maloko o kona luaʻi.A drunken man staggering in his vomit.hīkākā
 luaʻi ā kokoto vomit food until blood comesluaʻi
 luaʻi outcasts, as wandering souls not accepted in the realm of the dead; lit., night vomitluaʻi
luaieleLuaiele wale iho i ʻō i ʻaneʻi.Going here and there [as a fickle lover].luaiele₁
 Nani ka ʻōiwi o ka lāʻau i ka luaiele ʻia e ka makani.Beautiful the body of the tree swayed by the wind [some are handsome even in adversity or dissipation].luaiele₂
luaʻikūʻO kāna mau hana, he mea e luaʻikū ai.What he does is disgusting.luaʻikū
luakahaHe luakaha mākou nohona i kēlā ʻaina.Our stay at that land was comfortable and pleasant.luakaha
luakiniKa Mauna ʻOliweka ma ka hulina alo o ka luakini.Mount of Olives opposite the temple.hulina alo
lualaʻiE aha ana kuʻu lani, e lualaʻi i Lākana.What is my lord doing, enjoying life in London.Lākana₂
 E aha ana kuʻu lani, e lualaʻi i Lākana.What is my lord doing, enjoying life in London.lualaʻi
luanaHe aha ʻoukou e hana nei? E luana wale ana .What are you all doing? Just enjoying ourselves.luana
 Maʻaneʻi kākou e luana iki iho ai no ʻōlelo e pili ana i ke koʻi.Here we'll stop a moment for the story concerning the adze.luana iki
luapaʻūʻO ka pākela inu lama ʻo ka luapaʻū ia o ke kanaka.Excessive drinking of intoxicants is a cause of man's destruction.luapaʻū
luapoʻiHe luapoʻi ka ʻiole na ka ʻio.Mice are a prey of the hawk.luapoʻi
 Ua maopopo ʻia ka poʻiiʻa ʻana o ka piohē a ka ʻōʻaki i ka luapoʻi ola.Larvae of the geometrid moth has been known to catch active prey.ʻōʻaki
lūʻauUa nui ka mea ʻai, ʻo ka puaʻa ʻoe, ʻo ka lūʻau ʻoe, ʻo ka limu ʻoe.There was much food, pork, taro greens, and seaweed.ʻoe₃
 E ʻao lūʻau a kaulima.Offer young taro leaves five times as sacrifice.ʻao lūʻau
 honu lūʻau.green sea turtle.lūʻau
lūauʻiKuʻu lūauʻi makua kāne.My true father.lūauʻi
luawailuawai hoʻokiʻoreservoirkiʻo₁
 luawai aniani, luawai pipiʻiartesian wellluawai
 luawai aniani, luawai pipiʻiartesian wellluawai
 luawai pelapelacesspoolluawai
luheNolu ehu luhe i ka palai.A soft mist dripping on drooping palai fern.nolu ehu
 luhe i ka wai o Pāʻieʻiedrooping over Pāʻieʻie pool [intoxicated]luhe
 Luhe i ka wai o Pāʻieʻiedrooping over the water of Pāʻieʻie [comparing a drunk to drooping ʻieʻie vines]Pāʻieʻie
 a e luhe ana hoʻi pīlali gula ma kona mau kīpoʻohiwigold epaulets hanging as well, at the tips of his shoulderspīlali₄
luheaKa lau luhea o ka ʻohai o Mānā.The drooping leaves of the monkeypod of Mānā.ʻohai₁
 Ka lau luhea o ka ʻohai o Mānā.The drooping leaves of the monkeypod of Mānā.luhea
luheluheaKa ua luheluhea i pali.The [misty] rain hanging on the cliffs.luheluhea
luhiPehea ka luhi, hana .Whatever the tiredness, just keep working.pehea
 luhi ʻuʻavain effortʻuʻa₁
 E mālama hoʻi o hua āelo ka luhi o ka hoʻoikaika ʻana.Be careful, lest the wearisomeness of the effort be in vain.āelo
 He hōʻailona ia o ka luhi a me ka hoʻākuleana.This is a sign of toil and of obtaining property.ʻākuleana
 ʻEhia ka luhi, he mea ʻole ia iāia.However tired, it doesn't matter to him.ʻehia
 He aloha kaulele iāʻoe ē ka hoa luhi.Extra love for you, O fellow laborer.kaulele₃
 kuʻu ka luhito be freed from cares, to rest [die]kuʻu₁
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luhiehuLuhiehu ihola ka pua i Mailehuna.Beautiful the flower at Mailehuna.luhiehu₁
LuiKāna Lui.Saint Louis.Kāna₂
luinapoʻe luinasailors, crewluina
LuisaKa Mea Kiʻekiʻe, Kamāliʻi wahine Luisa.Her Highness, Princess Louise.kiʻekiʻe
lukipaahikoe lukipalucifer [friction match]lukipa
lukuʻAʻohe maʻi luku ʻē aʻe nāna e melu a nome aku, ʻo ka rama, moekolohe, like .No other destructive disease is as weakening and continuing as liquor, adultery, [and] such.melu₁
 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
 hele lukugo on a raidluku
 luku hoʻopapauannihilate, destroy completelyluku
 mea luku walevandal, one who destroys needlesslyluku
 He pōʻino kūlohelohe ʻo ʻIniki i luku i hāle he nui wale ma Kauaʻi, Niʻihau, a me Oʻahu.ʻIniki was a natural disaster that destroyed many homes on Kauaʻi, Niʻihau, and Oʻahu.pōʻino kūlohelohe
lulaWela ka hao i kaikamāhine home lula!Hurray for the home rule girls.wela₁
 ʻaʻahu i kau lula ʻiaformal attireʻaʻahu
 he mau lula no ka hoʻokeonimana ʻanarules for gentlemanly etiquettekeonimana
  i lula maikaʻiwith good manners, formal, ethicallula
  ʻole i ka lula maikaʻiwith bad manners, unethicallula
 lula ʻolewithout manners, crudelula
 lula kikowāsynchronic rulekikowā
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lūlāLūlā au i ka hoʻolohe i kāna haʻiʻōlelo.I'm bored listening to his sermon.lūlā
lūlanaKalakalaʻihi 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
 Kuʻu hoa lūlana i ka lipolipo.My peaceful companion in the forest depth.lūlana
 Lūlana ihola ka pihe.The shouting quieted.lūlana
luliʻOhe luli i ka makani.Bamboo swaying in the breeze.luli
 mākala luli poʻosternocleido-mastoid muscle, i.e. the muscles between the sternum and the base of the earluli poʻo
 mākala luli poʻosternocleido-mastoid muscle, i.e. the muscles between the sternum and the base of the ear. see hiʻu, pana hoʻoleipoʻo
lulululu ʻalaneorain shadowʻalaneo₁
 E lulu hiwa lani ana ʻoe.You are sheltering the royal favorite.lulu
 Lulu ʻia ke kai.The sea has calmed.lulu
 Aia ka ʻaoʻao Kona ma ka ʻaoʻao lulu ʻalaneo o kuahiwi Koʻolau.The leeward side is found on the rain shadow side of the windward mountains.lulu ʻalaneo
lūlūI kāna lūlū ʻana, heleleʻi ihola kekahi ma kapa alanui.In his sowing, some fell by the wayside.heleleʻi
 Hele akula kekahi kanaka lūlū hua e lūlū.A sower of grain went forth to sow.lūlū₁
 Hele akula kekahi kanaka lūlū hua e lūlū.A sower of grain went forth to sow.lūlū₁
luluāʻinaLuluāʻina ʻole.Without a freckle, said of one well-cared for in childhood who grows up handsome, gracious, and agreeable.luluāʻina₁
luluhiUa luluhi maka.The eyes are heavy with sleep.luluhi₁
lulukaKa luluka me ka hulialana, maʻemaʻe ka ʻāina, kōnalenale ka noho.The fright of peace and returned tranquillity, clean the land, calm the dwelling.hulialana
lulumiE lulumi ana ʻale o Kaunā.The billows of Kaunā rush pell-mell.lulumi
 Huki i ke kalo nui, lulumi i ka lepo ā popoʻi i ka mauʻu.Pull up the big taro, press the earth firmly and cover with grass.lulumi
 lulumi ʻekolu hapahāthree-quarter-court presslulumi
 lulumi hapahalf-court presslulumi
 Lulumi nui akula kūpale Pila i loko o kekona hope loa o ka hoʻokūkū.The defense pressed hard on Pila in the last few seconds of the game.lulumi
 lulumi pihafull-court presslulumi
 pale lulumipress defenselulumi
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LuluʻupaliʻAu pakohana i Wainiha, lehua o Luluʻupaliswimming naked at Wainiha, are the lehua blossoms of Luluʻupali.pakohana
lumaʻiLumaʻi ʻia e ka nalu.Rolled by the waves.lumaʻi
 Lumaʻi ʻia ke kauā.The kauā (outcast) was drowned.lumaʻi
 Ua lumaʻi ʻia kona manaʻolana e pilikia.His hopes were dashed by his troubles.lumaʻi
 A ka lae o PuʻuoHoku i kai, e lumaʻi ʻia ana e ka makani, ka ihu o moku i kai anoano.At the cape of Puʻu-o-Hoku at the sea, beaten there by the wind, prows of ships in silent seas.Puʻuohoku
lumilumi maʻamaustandard room, as in a hotel. lit., ordinary room. cf. lumi linohaumaʻamau
 Muʻumōkākī maoli kēia lumi.This room is heaped up in a most untidy way.muʻumōkākī
 Lumi pākuʻiadditional roompākuʻi₁
 lumi waiho waleroom left unusedwaiho wale
 lumi hoʻāhustoreroomahu
 I uhi pākaukau hou, i hele loa aku kēia lumi i ka maikaʻi.[bring] a fresh tablecloth, so that this room will be greatly improved.hele₂
 He nani maoli kīnohinohi o kona lumi hoʻoluana.Very beautiful were the decorations of his reception room.kīnohinohi
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lumiaLumia e ke kahuna ʻanāʻanā.Destroyed by an ʻanāʻanā sorcerer.lumia
lumilumiLumilumi ʻia lāua e ka ʻona o ka ʻawa.They were overcome by the intoxication of the kava.lumilumi
luna maka o Hāloa i luna.Descendants of Hāloa above.maka₃
 He bila e hoʻomana ana i ke koho ʻia o luna mākaʻi.A bill authorizing the election of district sheriffs.mana₁
 ʻAi ka manu i luna.The birds eat above. [a poetic tribute to a handsome person, likened to an ʻōhiʻa tree with birds eating its lehua blossoms]manu₁
 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
 ʻO 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
 a waiho ihola lākou ma luna o moe hilinaʻi a me wahi moeand laid them on beds and matsmoe hilinaʻi
 luna nohoincumbent, i.e. the holder of a political officenoho₂
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lunaʻikehalaʻAʻole ʻāpono ʻo kuʻu lunaʻikehala i kēlā.My conscience does not approve of that.lunaʻikehala
 noho ka hewa i ka lunaʻikehalato have a guilty consciencelunaʻikehala
lunamakaʻāinana mea e kūpono ai lunamakaʻāinana.Qualifications of representatives.kūpono₁
 hoa a ka Hale o Lunamakaʻāinanamember of the House of Representativeshoa₁
luneʻO lune hope ʻelua, he mau hōʻailona hua palapala no Thror lāua ʻo Thrain.The last two runes are the initials of Thror and Thrain.lune
lunihiniNa ka lunihini leo leʻa.By the sweet-voiced lunihini.lunihini
lupalupaLupalupa ke oho o ka palai.Thriving fronds of fern.lupalupa₁
lupeHoʻolele lupe i ka unahe.Fly kites in a light breeze.unahe₁
 kauō ā lupesame as kauālupekauō₁
 I mākou kamaliʻi, ke hoʻolele aku i lupe, huhū maila kūpuna.In our childhood, when we flew kites the grandparents scolded.ke₃
 hoʻolele lupeto fly kites-lele lupe
 hoʻolele lupeto fly a kitelupe₁
lupeaLupea ka uka i ka palai.The inland is lovely with ferns.lupea
lupelupeaLupelupea i ke ʻala.Attractive with perfume.lupelupea
LusiaKana LusiaSaint LuciaLusia
luʻuLuʻu aku a aea mai.Dive down and come up.aea
 E akahele ka mea ʻakahi akahi i ka luʻu.Let the inexperienced be careful in diving.ʻakahi akahi
 mea luʻu lewasky diverluʻu lewa
LuʻukiaʻO Moikeha, mai Kahiki ka hele ʻana mai, i ʻaʻaia i ke aloha o Luʻukia.Moikeha was from Kahiki, where he was mad with love for Lu'ukia.ʻaʻaia
luʻuluʻuHananeʻe ke kīkala o Hilo kini; hoʻi luʻuluʻu i ke one o Hanakahi.Sagging hips of Hilo's multitudes; return burdened to the sands of Hanakahi [of grief or heavy burdens].hananeʻe
 kuʻu i ka luʻuluʻuput down the burdenkuʻu₁
 Hala ka luʻuluʻu kaumaha.The heavy sorrow is over.luʻuluʻu₁
 Luʻuluʻu Hanalei i ka ua nui, kaumaha i ka noe o Alakaʻi.Hanalei is downcast with great rains, with mists of Alakaʻi [said in dirges to describe the weight of grief].luʻuluʻu₁

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