updated: 12/18/2016

concordance of the example sentences

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namaʻi na lokoinside sickness [caused by family troubles]maʻi₁
 maʻi na waho maisickness from outside [caused by sorcery]maʻi₁
 He kau maka ʻoia na kona hoaloha.He is the object of his friend's affection and respect.maka₂
 He ahi makali hoʻāli na ke kupa.A glowing fire stirred by the native son.makali₃
 ʻAʻole kona he make maoli, he make na waho.His was not a natural death, [but] a death by outsiders [sorcery].make₁
 Ā make na ʻIwa, na ke keiki ʻaihue a Kukui, ʻo ka waiwai o kuʻu waʻa.The reward for ʻIwa, Kukui's thieving son, is the value of my canoe.make₃
 Ā make na ʻIwa, na ke keiki ʻaihue a Kukui, ʻo ka waiwai o kuʻu waʻa.The reward for ʻIwa, Kukui's thieving son, is the value of my canoe.make₃
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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
 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
 hoʻomaha ai ma kānāwaito rest with the laws [obey them]maha₆
 Ua hoʻomaha kula.The schools are having a vacation.maha₆
 Māhana lua kukuithe torch lights are double [said of one drunk as with kava]māhana₁
 ʻO ʻAlamila e hoʻomāhele ma kona kamaʻilio ʻana no mea e pili ana no ʻEnelani.Almira in her chatting led the conversation to things pertaining to England.-māhele
 Mahiki ana i mea ʻino.Treating the deep troubles.mahiki₂
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Aia ma ka pākuʻina ke kope PDF o ka pukana hou loa ʻo Maka O Kana.The pdf copy of the newest issue of Nā Maka O Kana is in the attachment.pukana₃
Aupuni Hui ʻIaUnited Nations, League of Nationsaupuni
  Hui Nui ʻElimaThe Big Five, i.e. the five corporations that controlled most of the sugar industry in Hawaiʻiʻelima
  mahina ʻo KalileoGalilean moonsKalileo
  mokupuni ʻo LaeuliuliCape Verde IslandsLaeuliuli
  Mokuʻāina Hoʻohui ʻia o MaikonesiaFederated States of MicronesiaMaikonesia
  Mokuʻāina Hoʻohui ʻia o MaikonesiaFederated States of Micronesia.mokuʻāina
 Ma ka hālāwai o kēlā makahiki aku nei i ʻāpono ʻia ai ka palapala hoʻokumu o ka ʻahahui ʻo Pua a Hāloa, a mai ia manawa mai, ua ulu a he mau kaukani ka nui o lālā.At last year's meeting the charter for the association called Nā Pua a Hāloa was approved, and since that time membership has grown into the thousands.palapala hoʻokumu
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naʻaAia 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
NāʻālehuKeiki haehae poko o Nāʻālehu.The lad of Nāʻālehu who tears into bits [admiration for a fierce warrior].poko₁
  kūmau palapaʻa o Nāʻālehu, ʻoia mau no ka pāpaʻa.The thick-based cabashes of Nāʻālehu are always crusted [with dried poi; strict adherents to principles, are the thick-headed natives of Nāʻālehu; the old poi stays in the calabash].kūmau₂
naʻauMakaʻupena e uhi ana i ka naʻaufat covering the intestinesmakaʻupena
 naʻau moekolohewhorish heartmoekolohe
 Ua hoʻomohala ʻia kona naʻau kānalua.His doubting heart began to feel courage.mohala
 helu naʻaumental countingnaʻau
 helu naʻaumental mathnaʻau
 makemakika naʻaumental mathnaʻau
 naʻau pōkoleshort-tempered; lit., short intestinenaʻau
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naʻauaoUa moamahi ʻoia i ka naʻauao.He cherished and cultivated wisdom.moamahi
 ka naʻauao loa ʻanathe instruction, educationnaʻauao
 naʻauao ʻike muaforesightnaʻauao
 hoʻonianiau i ka naʻauaoquiet, persistent pursuit of knowledgenianiau
 Ua paʻi ā paʻi lāua ma ka naʻauao.They are equals in wisdom.paʻi ā paʻi
 waihona o ka naʻauaorepository of learning [a learned person]waihona
 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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naʻauʻauāNaʻauʻauā hele.To wander about in grief.naʻauʻauā
naʻaukakeAia aku ā aia mai, ʻai kākou i ka naʻaukake.Every now and then we eat weiners.aia₂
naʻaumoaʻOki ʻia ka naʻaumoa.The appendix was removed.naʻaumoa
naʻaupōholo naʻaupōrun pellmell, wildlynaʻaupō
 inu naʻaupōto drink foolishly and to excessnaʻaupō
 Hiki ke ʻike ʻia he mau hopena ʻano ʻē o ke kino ke hoʻohana ʻia ka pūhōmona me ka naʻaupō.Some strange physical effects can result from taking steroids ignorantly.pūhōmona
naʻaupōʻoukouNaʻaupōʻoukou i kūpuna o kākou.You are ignorant about our ancestors.naʻaupō
naeE noho iki iho a kuʻu ka nae.Stay a bit until the puffing for breath is over. [i.e., rest a bit]nae₁
 Ke nae iki nei .Some breath remains. [as of a dying person]nae₁
 He ʻala ka nae o ka palai.The perfume of the palai fern is sweet.nae₂
 Nae iki ʻIao i ka uhiwai.[Mount] ʻIao is barely breathing in the heavy mist [one in dire distress].uhiwai₁
 Ua hala kuʻu lehua, aia i Koʻokoʻolau i ka nae kolopua.My lehua blossom is gone to Koʻokoʻolau to breathe perfume-laden air.kolopua
 kuʻu ka naeto get one's breath, restkuʻu₁
naʻeHolo aʻe nei naʻe ʻo ua o Wānuʻa.Now Wānuʻa's canoe has just sailed on. mea (or other word) following ua is sometimes deleted; the meaning then is something like 'aforesaid' (see ua₂).mea₆
 Mai naʻe a lalofrom east to westnaʻe₁
 Aloha maila naʻe hoʻi ko ipo.But your sweetheart did indeed send greetings.naʻe₂
 ʻAʻole naʻe ia i hiki mai.He hasn't come yet.naʻe₂
 Ua koe naʻe ke ola.Yet life remains.nō₃
 Ua hoʻomaka naʻe ke ʻano nunu mai o kuʻemaka.The eyebrows began to be puffed up [raised].nunu₂
 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
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NāʻehuNāʻehu i make aku nei.The late Nāʻehu.make₁
naeleKa ula noho i ka naele.The lobster living in the crevices.naele₁
naenaeUa naenae koʻu naʻau.My heart pants.naenae
naʻenaʻePaoa ke ʻala o ka naʻenaʻe.The perfume of the naʻenaʻe is strong.paoa₁
nahāʻaila nahā, ʻaila hoʻonahācastor oilnahā₁
 He waʻa nahā i koʻokā kāne.A smashed canoe that has been buffeted by your husband. [overindulgence in sex leads to impotence].nahā₁
 lāʻau nahāpurgativenahā₁
 umauma nahāhungernahā₁
 Holo akula lākou ā nahā moku o Hawaiʻi nei, ā nalowale ka ʻāina.They sailed on until the islands of Hawaiʻi here were blotted out of sight and the land disappeared.nahā₂
 umauma nahāvery hungryumauma
 hikiʻole ke nahā (haʻi, wāhi), haʻi ʻole.unbreakablewāhi
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nahaeHe nahae aliʻi kēia.This is a royal branch.nahae₂
nāhaehaenāhaehae ʻana o ka ʻuhanevexation of spiritnāhaehae
nāhāhāNāhāhā i ke ania e ka makani.Broken by the blowing by the wind.nāhāhā
 Pau ke kaʻa i ka nāhāhā.The car was completely destroyed.pau₁
 Ua wāwahia, ua nāhāhā, ua heleleʻi ka papa.Split, shattered, crumbled foundation.wāwahia
 Nāhāhā i ke ania e ka makani.Broken by the blowing by the wind.ania₁
 Ua wāwahia, ua nāhāhā, ua heheleleʻi ka papa i Pualei ē.Shattered, broken, the foundation at Pualei crumbles.heheleleʻi
 Nāhāhā a okaoka ka papa hīnaʻi ma muli o ka pākī nui a Shaq.The backboard completely shattered on Shaq's massive slam dunk.papa hīnaʻi
nahauKe au haku nahauMesolithic ageau
 Ke au haku nahauMesolithic age, periodhaku kā nahau
 haku nahauMesolithic, in anthropologykā nahau
 ke au haku nahau.Mesolithic age, period.kā nahau
 haku nahauMesolithic, in anthropologynahau
 ke au haku nahauMesolithic age, periodnahau
 nahau ʻiolemouse arrow, pointer, or cursor, as in a computer program. usu. nahau. cf. kahaʻimonahau
nahekanaheka welafiery serpentnaheka
 hoʻowalewale i nahekato charm snakeswalewale₂
 hoʻowalewale i nahekato charm snakeshoʻowalewale
naheleNani hoʻi lau nahele e ʻōmaka ana, e mohala ana ā e makalapua ana.Beautiful indeed are the budding plants, opening and blossoming.makalapua
 nahele maneʻonettlemaneʻo
 nahele maʻukelerain forestmaʻukele
 Mehe ala e ʻī mai ana, aia ka ua i ka nahele.As though saying, there's the rain in the forest.mehe
 ʻUpu mai ana ke aloha i ka uka nahele o Puna.Loving memory returns of the forest uplands of Puna.nahele
 I i ka uahi nohenohea i ka nahele.Darkened by the smoke spreading like fog in the forest.nohenohea₂
 ʻŌmaka aʻela ka huli, ʻōmaka nohoʻi ka nahele.The taro top leafs out, the plants too leaf out.ʻōmaka₁
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nāhelehelePiha kēia māla i ka nāhelehele.This patch is full of weeds.nāhelehele
 Noho ana ke akua i ka nāhelehele i ālai ʻia e ke kīʻohuʻohu, e ka uakokothe gods dwell in the forest, hidden away by the mists and low-lying rainbow.kīʻohuʻohu
 Kūpuku ka nāhelehele i ka pilipā.The weeds grow rank along the fence.kūpuku₁
 Ka uliuli lipolipo o lau nāhelehele.The deep green of the forest leaves.lipolipo
nahenaheka ʻowē nahenahe a ka waithe soft murmur of the waterʻowē
 E walea, nanea ana paha i ka leo nahenahe o manu.Relaxing at ease with the gentle voices of the birds.walea₁
 He nahenahe ma kekahi wahi, ā he kīkīkoʻu ma kekahi wahi o ka mele.Soft in some places, deeptoned in other parts of the chant.kīkīkoʻu₁
nahesaNo 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
nāhiʻAuhea akula nāhi keiki?Where are the boys?nāhi₁
 E pōkaʻakaʻa mai ʻoe i nāhi lau hala.Wind up some pandanus leaves.pōkaʻakaʻa₂
nāhiliI hea aku nei i nāhili ai ka ʻau waʻa?Where did the canoe fleet wander off to?nāhili
nahoKa naho manini nui, ke ʻaʻaki nei i ka limu.The cleft with the large manini fish, nibbling now at the seaweed.ʻaʻaki
nahoapoʻo nahoafractured skullnahoa₂
naholoPau nui koa i ka naholo.Every last one of the soldiers fled.naholo
 Pau nui koa i ka naholo.All the soldiers fled.pau nui
nahuʻAʻole he nahu maoli o kona ʻōpū ā kīkīpani hoʻi i kona houpo.It was not a normal ache in his stomach, but a pain that made breathing difficult.kīkīpani₂
nahuaLoaʻa akula i ka nahua a ka ʻino.Caught by the pelting of the storm.nahua₁
 Ua ʻapoa e ka ua nahua o pali.Caught by the pelting rain of the cliffs.nahua₁
 Ua ʻapoa e ka ua nahua o pali.Caught by the pelting rain of the cliffs.ʻapoa
 Kakaʻo ka waha o ka ua, nahua i ka nahele.Lofty the mouth of the rain, pelting down in the forest.kakaʻo₁
nahunahuka ua nahunahuthe pelting rainnahunahu
 pala nahunahupartially ripe, of a fruit that can be bitten into, as a mountain applenahunahu
nahunahupūNahunahupū i ke alopiko.Bite the belly [of the fish] with relish.nahunahupū
naʻiʻO Kamehameha ka naʻi aupuni.Kamehameha, the conqueror of the nation.naʻi₁
 Ua naʻi ʻoia i ka pono o keiki.He does all he can for the well-being of the children.naʻi₂
 ka hoʻomanaʻo ulumāhiehie o ka naʻi aupunithe festive commemorative day of the conquerorulumāhiehie
naʻiauhiʻohiʻona naʻiauspecial effectshiʻohiʻona₂
 luna hiʻohiʻona naʻiauspecial effects coordinator, as for movie or video productionhiʻohiʻona₂
nāʻīāʻumiKe hōʻeuʻeu mai nei ʻahahui he nui e nāʻīāʻumi i huahana o Palani no ka hoʻāʻo hoʻopahū nukelea ma ka Pākīpika.Many organizations are encouraging that French products be boycotted due to nuclear bomb testing in the Pacific.nāʻīā ʻumi
naikokenepūhui naikokene kaʻawalefree nitrogen compundkaʻawale
 koʻohune naikokeneazobacter, a type of bacteria containing nitrogenkoʻohune
 ʻakika naikokenenitric acid. also ʻakika nikirikunaikokene
 koʻohune naikokeneazobacter, a type of bacteria containing nitrogennaikokene
 naikokene diokesasidenitrogen dioxidenaikokene
 naikokene ʻokikene luanitrogen dioxidenaikokene
 pōʻaiapuni naikokenenitrogen cyclenaikokene
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NainoaʻO Nainoa kae alakaʻi i hoʻokele.Nainoa is the one who should lead the navigators.kae₃
naioHe aha kāna pala naio?What in blazes is he good for?pala naio
nakaka naka o kulithe shaking of the kneesnaka₁
nakakaMāhuna ka ʻili, nakaka pūehuehu ʻinoʻino loa ke nānā aku.The skin is flaked, cracked and peeling, unpleasant to look at.pūehuehu
nākeaHe pōʻaiwaiakai ka noho ʻana o ka ʻoʻopu nākea, no ka mea, hānau ʻia ia iʻa ma uka o ke kahawai ma ke ʻano he piohē, a huki ʻia i kai, a ulu he pua, a laila, hoʻi hou i uka o ke kahawai, a ulu he makua.The life of the ʻoʻopu nākea fish is amphidromous since it is born upland in the stream as larvae and taken out to sea where it grows into its post-larvae stage of development, then returns upstream where it becomes an adult.pōʻaiwaiakai
nakekeHulihia ka moku, nakeke ka ʻāina, kualakai, kūhulukū ka mauna.Overturned is the island, rumbling the land, quivering and quaking are the mountains.kualakai₂
nakekekehe pili nakekekea loose or uncertain relationshipnakekeke
nakelenakele ʻāfresh lava soft and not yet coldnakele
nākiHe hoʻokahi ka lāhui Māori o Aotearoa, akā, hoʻomāhelehele ʻia ka poʻe ma nāki like ʻole.The Māori race of New Zealand are one race, but they are distinguished by various tribes.nāki
nākiʻinākiʻi ā paʻatie securely, tightennākiʻi
nākoloUa haʻalulu kuʻu manawa, ua nei nākolo i ke aloha.My heart trembles, reverberating sighs of love.nākolo₁
 Ua haʻalulu kuʻu manawa, ua nei nākolo i ke aloha.My heart trembles, reverberating sighs of love.nei₁
 Ka nākolo o , kōwelo hae, olo kani pele, hone ana pilaguns rumbled, flags fluttered, bells pealed, and stringed instruments played sweetly.olo kani
 He ʻuʻina, he nākolo ka wai o Nāmolokama.The water of Nāmolokama makes a splashing and rustling sound.ʻuʻina₁
 hoʻohākuʻi nākoloblow echoing and reechoinghākuʻi
 hoʻohākuʻi nākoloblow echoing and reechoinghoʻohākuʻi
nākolokoloʻO ka ʻili kalakala, ʻili nākolokolo, kūakā ke kani, he kani kūpaukolo.A rough skin [of shark on a drum], a rumbling skin, a boom-boom sound, a rub-a-dub sound.kūakā
nakunaku liʻigrovelernaku₁
 Oi noke, oi huli, oi naku, oi huli kānaka, ʻaʻole loaʻa iki.The people kept persevering, kept hunting, kept delving, kept hunting, without any success at all.oi₂
nākuʻika nākuʻi o ka kuni ahithe roar of the cannonnākuʻi
nakuluUa nakulu akula kēia lohe i ke alo aliʻi.This report reached the presence of the chief.nakulu
nalonalo melibeemeli
 ʻAʻole au e nalo iāʻoe.You will not fail to recognize me.nalo₁
 Nalo ka umu.The oven is covered.nalo₁
 He ʻōhuna nalo ʻole kāu i ka ʻike a kuʻu ʻohe nānā.Yours is a secret that cannot be hidden from my telescope.ʻōhuna₁
 poʻe nalo meliswarm of beespoʻe₂
 Pōʻeleʻele e nalo ai ka ʻili o ke kanaka.Darkness in which the skin of man vanishes.pōʻeleʻele
 Nalo i loko o ka weuweu.Lost in the herbage [sometimes said of a love affair].weuweu
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nalohiaNalohia ʻōahi i kīheʻaheʻa ao.The rockets vanished in cloud colors.kīheʻaheʻa
nalowaleHolo akula lākou ā nahā moku o Hawaiʻi nei, ā nalowale ka ʻāina.They sailed on until the islands of Hawaiʻi here were blotted out of sight and the land disappeared.nahā₂
 ʻO ka uholo ihola ia ā nalowale loa.They hurried off and disappeared.uholo
 Ka hāuli o ka mea hewa ʻole, he nalowale koke.A bruise inflicted on an innocent person vanishes quickly.hāuli₂
 Ua kapa aku Hawaiʻi nei i ke akua ma inoa lehulehu, iʻole ai paha e nalowale ke akua ʻiʻo.Those of Hawaiʻi called god with many names, in order not to forget by chance the true god.iʻole
 ʻane nalowale loaendangerednalowale loa
 Hulihia Kīlauea, i ka uahi, nalowale i keʻawa.Kīlauea overturned, darkened with smoke, lost in bitterness. disasterpō i ka uahi
naluEa mai ka makakai heʻe nalu.The spray of surfing rises.makakai
 Mai hoʻopae ʻoe, e hoʻomake ʻoe i kou nalu.Don't catch [the wave], let your wave get smaller.make₁
 Ke nalu nei ka moana.The ocean is full of waves.nalu₁
 Nalu wale ihola ʻo Keawenuiaʻumi i ka hope o kēia keikiKeawenuiaʻumi pondered about the fate of this childnalu₂
 He ʻō ʻia ka mea hāwāwā i ka heʻe nalu.One unskilled in surfing is given a tumble.ʻō₂
 pae i ka naluto ride a wave into the shorepae₂
 hāʻawi papa heʻe naluto give with the understanding that the object will be returned [surfboards were loaned rather than given]papa heʻe nalu
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nalulunalulu ka ʻōpūuneasy stomachnalulu
 nalulu ka laeto have a headachelae₁
NāmakaEia aku ʻo Nāmaka.Here is Nāmaka coming.eia aku
 ʻO Laʻakea, ka luhi a Nāmaka.Laʻakea is devotedly cared for by Nāmaka.luhi₂
NāmakaokahaʻiHoʻolei loa akula wāwae a Nāmakaokahaʻi ā pololei.Nāmakaokahaʻi stretched her legs out straight.hoʻolei₁
 Hoʻolei loa akula wāwae a Nāmakaokahaʻi ā pololei.Nāmakaokahaʻi stretched her legs out straight.lei₂
nāmakauahoaNāmakauahoa.The hard eyes.uahoa
namauahiNamauahi maile o kēia wahi.The maile vines of this place are sparse.namauahi
namename of key papa pihikeyboardpihi
NāmolokamaHe ʻuʻina, he nākolo ka wai o Nāmolokama.The water of Nāmolokama makes a splashing and rustling sound.ʻuʻina₁
namuHe aha ka namu?What's the foreign term [What's the price]?namu₁
 ka mea namu liʻiliʻithose that mutternamu₁
 namu haoleEnglishnamu₁
 Ua namu ā pāhoehoe ʻia.Nibbled at and changed to pāhoehoe lava.namu₂
 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
 namu hiohioEnglish talkhiohio₂
 He kohu haole ke namu mai.Talks just like a white person.kohu₁
nāmuanāmua paʻiprint preview, as in a computer programnāmua
nanae nana moena anaplaiting matsnana₁
 Ma ia malama o Nana, ua pau ka ʻeʻelekū o ka lau o lāʻau i ka noke a ka ua ma o ka hoʻoilo.In this month of Nana, the dark bruising of the leaves of trees by the pelting of the rains of the days of winter has ceased.ʻeʻelekū
nanāihu nanāsnarling nose; fig., quarrelsome, aggressivenanā
nānaUa holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 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
 Na ka ʻeleu mikimiki (nāna e) ka lawe lilo.First come, first served.mikimiki₁
 ka mea nāna moedreamermoe₄
 ʻAʻohe ia he kāne naʻu i makemake, nāna ka ʻōnoʻonou.He was not the husband I wanted, she forced him on me.ʻōnoʻonou
 ʻO Hiʻiaka ke kāula nui, nāna i hana, nāna i pālāʻau i maʻi apauHiʻiaka the great priest, she acts, she treats all ailments.pālāʻau
 ʻO Hiʻiaka ke kāula nui, nāna i hana, nāna i pālāʻau i maʻi apauHiʻiaka the great priest, she acts, she treats all ailments.pālāʻau
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nānāhe wahine maikaʻi loa ke nānā akua woman very good to look atmaikaʻi
 nānā makato look, but not helpmaka₁
 mea nānā moʻoenchantermoʻo₁
 he keiki nānā mākuaa son who cares for his parentsnānā₁
 Hiamoe wale ke kāne, nānā wale ka wahine.The husband just sleeps, the wife looks about but has nothing.nānā₁
 Hoʻokūkū hoʻonānā, nānā maka i ka mahina.Stand about, look, let your eyes see the moon.nānā₁
 Mai nānā i kāna ʻōlelo.Don't pay any attention to what he says.nānā₁
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nanahuPua ka wiliwili, nanahu ka manō.The wiliwili tree blooms, the sharks bite [a blossoming girl is desired by males; sharks are believed to mate when the wiliwili blooms and to be especially ferocious].pua₁
 Pua ka wiliwili, nanahu ka manō.The wiliwili blooms, sharks bite. (of a girl reaching maturity).pua₁
nānahunānahu pikimanacoal; lit., bituminous (Eng.) charcoalnānahu₁
 pāʻele i ka ʻalaea a me ka nānahupaint black with red coloring and charcoalpāʻele₁
nānainanānaina ululāʻauforest scenenānaina
nananananana hese ʻeleʻele.black widow, a kind of spider.hese
nananananananana hese ʻeleʻele.black widow, a kind of spider.hese
nānawaūʻO ka hoi, uhi, pia ua nika nānawaū mai lākou ulu ʻana, ā ua kūloku loa ā make.The hoi vine, yam, arrowroot … are blackened and sickened in their growth, and flattened down [by bad weather) until dead.kūloku
nanenane ʻāpanajigsaw puzzlenane₁
 nane huahelunumber puzzlenane₁
 nane huaʻōlelocrossword puzzlenane₁
 E haku ana au i kekahi polokalamu nane huaʻōlelo Hawaiʻi ma kaʻu papa kamepiula.I am going to program a Hawaiian word game program in my computer class.haku
naneaMili nanea mau i kāna moʻopuna.Constantly absorbed and delighted in his grandchild.mili nanea
 He hana nanea ke kui lei.Lei making is pleasant.nanea₁
 nanea wainohia no Makakēhau[a] pleasant [and] agreeable [story] about Makakēhauwainohia₁
 E walea, nanea ana paha i ka leo nahenahe o manu.Relaxing at ease with the gentle voices of the birds.walea₁
 koʻu nanea hoʻohialaʻaimy delightful relaxationhialaʻai₁
 He nanea anei paha ka lele ʻana me ke kaula laholio?Is bungee cord jumping actually enjoyable?kaula laho·lio
 koʻu nanea hoʻohialaʻaimy delightful relaxationhoʻohialaʻai
nanehaʻiʻO ka manaʻokōkua, ʻoia kekahi manaʻo a kumumanaʻo paha, i hōʻoia ʻia i mea kōkua ma ka hōʻoia ʻana i ka manaʻohaʻi nui a me ka wehe ʻana paha i ka nanehaʻi.A hypothesis is a thought or proposition used as a demonstration and aid to proving a main predication [or theorem] or for the solution of a problem.manaʻokōkua
 Ka wehe ʻana i ka nanehaʻi.The solving of the problem.wehe ʻana
naninani e makahehi ʻia aibeautiful and alluringmakahehi
 Nani hoʻi lau nahele e ʻōmaka ana, e mohala ana ā e makalapua ana.Beautiful indeed are the budding plants, opening and blossoming.makalapua
  kerubima nani e hoʻomalumalu i ka noho aloha.The cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy seat.malumalu
 nani makamaeprecious, exquisitenani₁
 He nani ia.It's a good thing.nani₃
 Nani hoʻi ua kiʻi ʻia maila e make, he aha hoʻi .Since [I] am indeed summoned by death, what of it ….nani₄
 Nani ia e hele ana ʻoe i ke kula, e hoʻoikaika i ka haʻawina.Since you are going to school, work hard on the lessons.nani₄
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nanikōkīNanikōkīsupremely beautiful [name of ʻUmi's ivory pendant]kōkī₁
NānuhaEo 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
naokui naoscrew; lit., nail with threadnao₁
 leki naoTeflon tape, for use in plumbingnao₁
 ʻAʻohe nao i ka ʻeha!Terrible pain!nao₃
 ʻAʻohe nao i ka ua!What didn't the rain do!nao₃
 ʻAʻohe nao ka pilikia!How very much trouble!nao₃
 ʻAʻohe nao ʻai i ka pāpaʻa.What a calamity to eat the burned food. [a calamity]pāpaʻa₁
 Eia mai au o ʻuku liʻi, kākia kui nao a ke akamai.Here am I, so petite, skilled in hammering big nails.kākia₁
naoaPulu i ka wai naoa a ke kēhau.Wet in the chilly water of the dew.naoa₃
 Hāʻule naoa ka wai a ke kēhau, ke nāʻū kamaliʻi.The water of the kēhau mist falls rippling as the children play nāʻū.nāʻū₄
naohoʻopaʻiE 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
naʻokokoNui ʻino meaʻai maʻamau o kēia me ka naʻokoko he nui o loko, a hiki ke pilikia ke kino i ke aʻahaʻapupū inā ʻaʻole mālama pono ʻia ke ʻano o ka ʻai ʻana.Many kinds of typical foods these days contain a lot of cholesterol and can result in arteriosclerosis if one's diet is not checked.naʻokoko
naonaoua pohihihi naonaoextremely puzzlingnaonao₂
 neʻepapa ka naonaoswarming antsneʻepapa
nāpaiNāpai ka papa i ka waiho ʻia ka .The board warped from being left in the sun.nāpai
napeNani wale ke kai o Mamala, ke nape maila i ka makani.Beautiful sea of Mamala, rising, falling in the wind.nape₁
 nape ka hanu i ka houpopalpitating the breath in the chestnape₁
 ʻO ka holu nape a ka lau o ka niu, hoʻonipo ana i ke ehu kai.Swaying dipping of the coconut leaves, making love in the sea spray.nipo₁
 Ka holu nape a ka lau o ka niu.The swaying of the fronds of the coconut.holu nape
 Ka nape koiele a ke kai.The restless surge of the sea.koiele
napoeE Kalei, e lawe mai i ka palaoa napoe piha; e hana ana au i mau kanauika na kāua.Hey Kalei, bring the whole grain bread; I’m going to make some sandwiches for us.napoe piha
napoʻoUa napoʻo ka ʻiole i loko o ka lua.The rat has gone down the hole.napoʻo
 Ua napoʻo ka .The sun has set.napoʻo
 Wahi a ka ʻōlelo kahiko, "ʻAʻohe napoʻo ʻana o ka ma luna o ke aupuni ʻemepela Beretānia".As the old saying goes, "The sun never sets on the British empire.".aupuni ʻemepela
napoʻonanapoʻona sunsetnapoʻona
nāpuʻuKohala makani ʻĀpaʻapaʻa, ʻāina o nāpuʻu haele lua o Pili me Kalāhikiola.Kohala with its ʻApaʻapaʻa wind, land where the hills Pili and Kalāhikiola go by twos.haele
NāsēKa loko ʻo NāsēLake NasserNāsē
NasekaKa Una Honua NasekaNazca Plateuna honua
 Ka Una Honua NasekaNazca PlateNaseka
naturallau nahele ʻōiwi natural vegetationnatural vegetationʻōiwi
naunau kamuto chew gumnau
 nau pakato chew tobacconau
 paka nauchewing tobacconau
 Ua nau ʻia ka niu e ka puaʻa a okaoka.The coconut was chewed by the pig into small particles.okaoka
 E nau kuai ana ʻo ia i kōna niho i ka nei.He was grinding his teeth last night.nau kuai
 nau kuai i ka nihoto grind the teethniho
naʻuNāu mai ā naʻu aku.Your turn and then mine.nāu
 Naʻu ka puaʻa.Give me the pig.naʻu
 Inā ʻoe e makemake i ke , ʻaʻohe ʻōlelo ʻana, naʻu e kiʻi.If you want some sugar cane, don't say anything about it; I'll get some.ʻōlelo
 ʻAʻohe ia he kāne naʻu i makemake, nāna ka ʻōnoʻonou.He was not the husband I wanted, she forced him on me.ʻōnoʻonou
 ʻUhene ahahana kaʻu lei, naʻu ia.Oh joy, oh boy; sheʻs my darling.ʻuhene
 Naʻu e mālama i kēia? I ka ʻuko!May I keep this? Of what use is it!ʻuko
 Naʻu e uku.I'll pay; my treat.uku₁
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nāuEia ka ʻawa, a nāu ponoʻī e maukoli aku i akua Kūkāʻilimoku.Here is kava, for you indeed to offer to your god, Kūkāʻilimoku.maukoli₄
 Nāu anei?Is [it] yours? Was it you?nāu
 Nāu mai ā naʻu aku.Your turn and then mine.nāu
 Nāu i noiʻi noelo aku, pau pali paʻa i ka ʻike ʻia.You sought and searched for wisdom, all the solid cliffs were seen.noelo
 E aho nāu.It's better for you.aho₃
 ʻAuhea ʻoe, ē ke kanaka o ke akua, eia kāua wahi ʻai, ua loaʻa maila mai ka mai ka mai; no laila nāu e ʻaumakua mai i ka ʻai a kāua.Hearken, O man who serves the god, here is food for you [lit.., our food], received from the night, so bless our food in the name of the ʻaumakua.ʻauhea₂
 ʻAuhea ʻoe, ē ke kanaka o ke akua, eia kāua wahi ʻai, ua loaʻa maila mai ka mai ka mai; no laila nāu e ʻaumakua mai i ka ʻai a kāua.Hearken, O man who serves the god, here is food for you [lit.., our food], received from the night, so bless our food in the name of the ʻaumakua.ʻaumakua₂
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nāʻūHāʻule naoa ka wai a ke kēhau, ke nāʻū kamaliʻi.The water of the kēhau mist falls rippling as the children play nāʻū.nāʻū₄
nauaNaua hoʻi kāu hele ʻana.How slowly you walk.naua₃
naueNaue i mua.Forward, march.naue
 Naue ka manawa i ke au o ka puolo.The time moves to the mood of the music.au₁₅
 ʻOwāʻowala lua hala o Naue i ka makani.The hala of Naue caper in the wind.ʻowāʻowala
 Nani wale hala, ʻeāʻeā, o Naue i ke kai, ʻeāʻeābeautiful indeed the pandanus, tra-la, of Naue by the sea, tra-laʻeāʻeā
nāueAia i Kūwili ʻo Kanāueue, nāue aʻe kāua ʻeā i ka ʻai hoʻopau.There at Stand Aswirl is Rotation, we rotate and eat everything up.Kanāueue
nāueueHaukawewe ke kolopā, nāueue hao pine.The crowbars clitter-clatter; the iron pegs shake.haukawewe
naukiMai nauki mai ʻoe.Don't be irritable.nauki
NaukiloAniani hana i ka Naukilotechniques are clear to the Nautilusaniani₁
nāuluWaiho 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
 he ao nāulua shower cloudnāulu₁
 Ka ua nāulu o Kawaihae.The sudden shower of Kawaihae.nāulu₁
 Ka ʻiwa hoʻohaehae nāulu.An ʻiwa, frigate bird, teases the showers [an attractive person provokes envy].haehae₂
 Ka ʻiwa hoʻohaehae nāulu.An ʻiwa, frigate bird, teases the showers. [an attractive person provokes envy].ʻiwa₁
 Koʻūkoʻū i ka wai a ka nāulu.Damp from the water of the showers [drunk].koʻūkoʻū₁
 Ka ʻiwa hoʻohaehae nāulu.An ʻiwa, frigate bird, teases the showers. [an attractive person provokes envy]hoʻohaehae
naunaunaunau lepodirt muncher [insulting term for lōpā, tenant farmers]naunau₁
NāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻuʻO wai ke kanaka kūpono e pani ma ka mākālua o Hon. Iosepa K. Nāwahīokalaniʻōpuʻu?Who is the right person to fill the void left by Hon. Joseph K. Nāwahiokalaniʻōpuʻu?mākālua₂
NawahōMai kumupaʻa mai nei hana a me ka moʻomeheu o ka Lāhui Nawahō.The traditions and culture of the Navajo Nation stem from very ancient times.Nawahō
nāwaliPēpē Hilo nāwali i ka ua, ʻoupē i ke anu a ka makani.Hilo is crushed weak by the rain, beaten in the coldness of the wind.ʻoupē₁
nāwaliwalipōpoki nāwaliwaliweak cat [a weakling]pōpoki
 loʻohia i ka nāwaliwali, loʻohia i ke kaumahaovercome by weakness, overwhelmed by griefloʻohia
 Ma ke au o ka pōʻaiapuni kāloaʻa o kēia manawa, ke puka mai nei ke kūlana hoʻokele waiwai mai kōna nāwaliwali.According to the current business cycle, the economy is coming out of its weak period.pōʻaiapuni kāloaʻa
nāwaoHui aku, hui mai, hui kalo me ka nāwao.Mixed here, mixed there, mixed wild taro with tame taro [utter confusion].nāwao₁
naweua nawe pakikamoving slippery rainnawe₁
nāwelehe ʻike nāweleseeing just a little; a slight knowledgenāwele
 Hele maila ke ʻala o ka hala, māpu maila me ke onaona o ka maile, nāwele maila me ka huʻihuʻi o ka lehua.There comes the fragrance of the pandanus, wafting thither with the soft sweetness of the maile, and with them a trace of the coolness of the lehua.nāwele
NBA Magic Johnson ka nui loa o hānai o ka NBA holoʻokoʻa.Magic Johnson has the most assists in the entire NBA.hānai₈
 ʻO 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
neNe hakakā ʻoe i kēia manawa...If you were fighting now...ne
 ʻO McGuire kai huakaʻi i ʻEnelani ne ke kuini Kapiolani.McGuire is the one who journeyed to England with the queen Kapiolani.kai₄
hone ka leo o ka waiolinasweet, teasing appeal in the sound of the violinnē₁
  hoʻohuneto wheedlenē₁
 e ka , ka malama,without [light] the sun, the moonnē₂
  hone ka leo o ka waiolinasweet, teasing appeal in the sound of the violinwaiolina
neʻeikehu neʻekinetic energyneʻe₁
 Ma ka ʻākau neʻe.To the right, march.neʻe₁
 oia neʻe aku i ka hana a pau ke ahojust pushing ahead the work until exhaustedneʻe₁
 Ua neʻe lāua mai Liliha a Waikīkī.They moved from Liliha to Waikīkī.neʻe₁
 neʻe papato move in rankpapa₁
 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
 Ua kuʻia ʻākeʻa Hāloa ʻo Nani Boy, ʻoiai ua neʻe mai ʻo Hāloa i mua pono o Nani Boy ia ala e kaha mai ana i ka hupa.Hāloa committed a blocking foul against Nani Boy, since Hāloa moved directly in front of Nani Boy as he was driving towards the basket.kuʻia ʻākeʻa
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neʻenaneʻena pahu paʻi wikiōvideo camera movementneʻena
 neʻena pahu paʻi wikiōvideo camera movementpahu paʻi wikiō
neʻeneʻeneʻeneʻe ā pilito move close by, snuggleneʻeneʻe₁
 Ē kuʻu aloha, maʻaneʻi mai, neʻeneʻe mai ā pili.My loved one, come here, sidle up close.ʻaneʻi₁
neʻeneʻeuʻaʻohe wahi ā neʻeneʻeu maidoes not bestir at allneʻeneʻeu₁
 Ua neʻeneʻeu aʻe ka nui a kēia iʻa i kēlā.This fish is somewhat larger than that one.neʻeneʻeu₂
 ʻaʻohe wahi ā neʻeneʻeu maidoes not bestir at allwahi₂
neʻepapahe hōʻike neʻepapaa joint reportneʻepapa
 neʻepapa ka hanajoint actionneʻepapa
 neʻepapa ka naonaoswarming antsneʻepapa
 Neʻepapa ka ulu ʻana o ka maunaloa.The maunaloa vine spreads everywhere.neʻepapa
 Neʻepapa ka helu a ka i Punahoa.The sun scratched everywhere at Punahoa [a long fight].helu₄
neʻepūHonu neʻepū ka ʻāina.The land moves like the turtle [land passes slowly but inexorably from owner to heir].honu₁
neʻeuA kahi hoʻi ka neʻeu o koʻu oho.Never before has my scalp had such a creepy sensation.neʻeu
 ʻAʻohe neʻeu mai ke kāhea ʻia aku.Doesn't budge when called.neʻeu
nehenehe lanirumbling of thunder in the skynehe₁
 nehe laubrocaded taffetanehe₂
nehineii nehinei a i kēia akuday before yesterdaynehinei
 He niuniu kaʻu i nehinei.I had bad luck yesterday.niuniu₂
 kēlā ā ao aʻe i nehineinight before last; lit., that night until dawned yesterdaypō₁
 nehinei ā ia akuday before yesterdayaku₂
 kēlā ā ao aʻe i nehineinight before last; lit., that night that dawned yesterdayao₁
 Mai hoʻi mai māua i nehinei, ʻo ka ʻauʻa hoʻi o ka makamaka.We would have returned yesterday, but were detained by friends.ʻauʻa₁
 Ua haʻalele ka moku ahikao Honua i nehinei.The rocket ship left Earth yesterday.Honua₂
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nehuPōʻieʻie 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
 Ke kai heʻe nehu o ʻEwa.The sea of ʻEwa with its nehu schools.heʻe nehu
neiI hea ʻoe i hele māewa aku nei?Where did you go wandering?māewa
 ʻO maka wale kēia i hele mai nei.Only the eyes have come [said by one not bringing a gift, as was customary].maka₁
 Mākalakala iāia nei a pau hihia i kauhale.Free him of all defilements at home.mākalakala₁
 Nāʻehu i make aku nei.The late Nāʻehu.make₁
 ʻĪ mai nei ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole make kaha ka ʻōpū o ka puaʻa.The chief said, better not cut open the pig's stomach.make₂
 Nona kēia makena e uwē ʻia mai nei.This wailing that is being sobbed forth here is for him.makena₁
 ʻO kou ahonui ka i hoʻomakua mai nei iaʻu.Your gentleness has made me great.makua
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neʻi kānaka lawaiʻa o neʻi neithe fishermen of this place; the local fishermenneʻi₂
 No neʻi kaʻu huakaʻi.My journey will be to this place.neʻi₂
 Ei neʻi ka wai.Here's the water.ei neʻi
NeiHoʻomana o Iesu Kristo o Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope NeiChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintsmana₁
 Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope Nei.Latter-Day Saints.ano₁
 Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope Nei.Latter-Day Saints.hoʻāno
 Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope Nei.Latter-Day Saints; lit., saint people of these last days.lā₂
 Hoʻomana o Iesu Kristo o Poʻe Hoʻāno o Hope NeiChurch of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saintshoʻomana₂
neiaUa malu neia kino mamuli o leo.This person is set apart because of your wish.malu₁
 o neia manawaof this timeneia
nēiaʻAʻole au i ʻike i kekahi hale e ālailai mau ana i ke ala me nēia ma mua!I never saw such a house for getting in the way!ālailai
neʻikūHe ikaika hiliau ka lani o ka neʻikū.The royal chief is strong in devious ways, swift in movement.neʻikū
neʻineʻike hele neʻineʻi neiwalking with very short stepsneʻineʻi₂
 neʻineʻi ka hanushort of breathneʻineʻi₂
 neʻineʻi ka mea i loaʻanot much obtainedneʻineʻi₂
nekihākoʻi ka wai a ka nekiwater agitated among the rushes [one in love]hākoʻi
neleMaʻū ka ʻole, maʻū ka nele.Nothing is better than that; that's worse than nothing.maʻū₃
 Na wai ʻole ka nele i ka ua mea o ka piliwaiwai?Who could help being poor because of the gambling?mea₆
 He nele ʻāina auaneʻi kākou, e nānā aku ai i kāna.So we'll be lacking land and have to pay attention to what he says [sarcastic].nele
 kōkua nelewelfare, i.e. public financial assistance for needy personsnele
 ʻŌ aku ʻoia i kona mau lima i ka poʻe nele.He extended his hands to the needy.ʻō₂
 Na wai ʻole ka nele i ka ua mea o ka piliwaiwai?Who could help being poor with so much gambling?ʻole₁
 Ua nele mākou i kekahi mau mea e pau ai ke ʻōlohelohe o mākou kino.We have nothing to cover the nakedness of our bodies.ʻōlohelohe
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nemanemaI 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
nemonemoNemonemo ka puaʻa i Hāʻupu, e haʻi mai ana he mālie.Bare of clouds is Hāʻupu, telling us it is a calm day.nemonemo
 Ua ʻai ʻia ka nihoniho o ka taea a nemonemo.The tread of the tire was worn bald.nemonemo
nenanenanenanena ʻauwaeyellowed jaws (insult to old men)nenanena
nēnēNa ka Pueokahi ke aloha, nēnē ʻau kai o Maui.Greeting to the Pueokahi [ship], seafaring gull of Maui.nēnē ʻau kai
 He nēnē pūlama ʻia, he nēnē hiwa i ka manaʻo.A cherished beloved one, precious to think of.nēnē hiwa
 He nēnē pūlama ʻia, he nēnē hiwa i ka manaʻo.A cherished beloved one, precious to think of.nēnē hiwa
 Unele! unele! wahi a ka nēnē.Honk! honk! says the goose [of failure or lack; pun on nele, loss, deprived].unele
 He hoa manu nēnē, he hapaina ʻino.A goose bird companion, carrier of filth.hapaina
 ʻūhini nēnē kahakaibeach cricketʻūhini nēnē
 ʻūhini nēnē pelelava cricketʻūhini nēnē
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neneluE mehelu i ka lepo i nenelu i ʻaeʻae.Dig the soil and make it soft and fine.mehelu
neoAhu ka neo!A heap of nothing! Nothing gained or worth anything at all.neo
 kahi a ka neoplace of nothing [nothing gained, obtained]neo
nepuHe mahina nepu māhuahua ʻo Hua.Hua is a waxing gibbous moon.nepu₂
 mahina nepu māhuahuawaxing gibbous moonnepu₂
 mahina nepu manonowaning gibbous moonnepu₂
nepunepunui nepunepularge and plumpnepunepu
newaʻEhia māmala newa āu i hahau ai?How many club blows did you strike?māmala₂
 Me ka liʻa i kuanalia, i kuanalipo ka newa ʻana.Desire in the northern skies, dizzy in the southern skies.kuanalio
 I loko o kēlā au kahiko i newa akula.In those ancient days passed.newa₃
NewisaKana Kiti me NewisaSaint Kitts and NevisKiti
 Kana Kiti me NewisaSaint Kitts and NevisNewisa
niapoʻo niabald headnia
niʻapaopao noho niʻablunt or proud speech [caused by] slanderpaopao
NiakalaKe au nei ka manaʻo, pehea ʻo Niakala.The thought comes to mind, how fares Niagara.au₃
niʻaniʻaE ʻimi ana e hopu i kekahi mea no loko mai o kona waha, i niʻaniʻa ai lākou iāiaseeking to catch something from within his mouth with which they might accuse him.niʻaniʻa
niauhe ʻale niaua moving billowniau
 Niau aku nei ma ka Penekia.Swiftly sailing away on the Benicia.niau
 Ua niau ke kapu.The taboo has passed.niau
 niau kololani ka helenagoing quickly and silentlyhelena₁
 Niau kololani ka helena.Silently, quickly departed.kololani
nīʻaunīʻau ray, i.e. one of the bony spines supporting the membrane of a fish's fin
 nīʻau liʻiliʻihead nutnīʻau₅
 nīʻau nuibridgenīʻau₅
nieNie au, Moala, ʻehia inu ʻawa ?I asked with curiosity, Moala, how many kawa drinkers?nie₁
 E aha ana lāua nie?What are the two doing here?aha
nīeleʻaha nīele kumu makecoroner's inquestʻaha nīele
nienieKa piʻina nienie o Haʻaheo.The sheer ascent of Haʻaheo.nienie
nihiE 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
 hele nihito proceed with caution and diplomacynihi₂
 noho nihito act with caution, diplomacynihi₂
 He kanaka hele nihi hoʻi ʻo Kalākaua.Kalākaua was also a diplomat.hele nihi
nihinaNihina ka hele a ka makani.The wind goes quietly.nihina
nihinihi nihinihivery severe taboo daynihinihi₁
nihoMania ka niho.The teeth are set on edge (as on eating certain green fruits).mania₁
 Hoʻonoho niho ʻia.The stones are set [as in a fence].niho₁
 Mai hana wale aku ʻoe Keʻoi, he niho.Don't act indiscriminately toward Keʻoi, he has teeth! [He is dangerous, as in sorcery.].niho₁
  niho o kāna pale kauathe bosses of his bucklersniho₁
 Puka ka niho o Laʻakea.Laʻakea is getting his teeth.niho₁
 He iʻa lapuwale, he pāpaʻi niho mole.A worthless sea creature, a crab with missing claw.niho mole
 Pau i ka nōhāhā niho pōhaku i pani ʻia.The interlocking stones that had dammed [the stream] were torn apart.niho pōhaku
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nihoaNihoa ka pali.Toothed is the cliff.nihoa₁
 Nihoa ka pali, kala lua i uka; koea a mania.Notched cliff, very sharp in the mountain; eroded smooth.koea
  pākū ka pali o Nihoa i ka makani.The cliff of Nihoa stands as a bulwark against the wind [said of one bravely facing misfortune].pākū
nihonihoUa ʻewa ka pilina a ka nihoniho.The toothed edges do not fit perfectly [said of anything that is unsuitable or in poor taste].pilina₁
 Ua ʻewa ka pilina a ka nihoniho.The fitting of the scallops is imperfect.ʻewa₁
 Ua ʻai ʻia ka nihoniho o ka taea a nemonemo.The tread of the tire was worn bald.nemonemo
niʻihauNiʻihau i ke kīkū.Niʻihau leans firmly back [the people of Niʻihau are independent].kīkū
 He mānea ʻo Niʻihau, no Kauaʻi.Niʻihau is a dependent of Kauaʻi.mānea
 lei pūpū ō Niʻihaushell beads of Niʻihau. see lei pūpūpūpū₁
 Puʻupā Niʻihau na ka UnulauNiʻihau is struck by the Unulau wind.puʻupā₁
 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
nikakeaka nikaminstrel shownika₁
 keaka nikaminstrel showkeaka₁
 ʻO ka hoi, uhi, pia ua nika nānawaū mai lākou ulu ʻana, ā ua kūloku loa ā make.The hoi vine, yam, arrowroot … are blackened and sickened in their growth, and flattened down [by bad weather) until dead.kūloku
NikalakuaMa ke kōkua ʻāina ʻē i kōkua ʻia ai ka ʻāina o Nikalakua ma hope o ka makani pāhili i hoʻopōʻino i kēlā ʻāina.By way of foreign aid the country of Nicaragua was given help in the wake of the hurricane that devastated that land.kōkua ʻāina ʻē
NīkineManaʻoʻiʻo Nīkine.Nicene creed.manaʻoʻiʻo
nikinikiHe mōhai i kaumaha ʻia ma ke ahi Iēhowa, ka maka ʻupena e uhi ana ka naʻau, a me ka nikiniki apau ma ka naʻauan offering made by fire to Jehovah, the fat that covers the intestines, and all the membrane with the intestines.nikiniki₂
nikirikuʻakika nikirikunitric acid. also ʻakika naikokenenikiriku
nikoromauea nikoromanichrome wireuea
 uea nikoromanichrome wirenikoroma
NileNile UliuliBlue Nileuliuli₁
 Nile KuahiwiMountain Nilekuahiwi
 Ma ke kaha nuku muliwai o ka muliwai ʻo Nile i ʻAikupita kahi o kahua kauhale kanaka kahiko loa a puni ka honua.The delta of the Nile river in Egypt is where some of the most ancient human settlements are found.kaha nuku muliwai
 Nile KeʻokeʻoWhite NileNile
 Nile KuahiwiMountain NileNile
 Nile UliuliBlue NileNile
niluHe nilu ke ʻikena aku.Admirable to behold.nilu
ninawaha ninasoft mouth [said of a finicky eater]nina₁
ninahaidirinaninahaidirina kuhikuhi.ninhydrin indicator.kuhikuhi
ninaninauninaninau palecross-examinationpale₁
 palapala ninaninauquestionnaireninaninau
nīnauKe nīnau hoʻomaoe nei kānaka i ke kumu o kona make ʻana.The people are now asking indirectly the cause of his death.-maoe
 E hele ana au e nīnau i ka mōʻike.I'm going to question the dream interpreter.mōʻike
 he nīnau wāhi pūniua question that cracks the skull [a difficult question]nīnau
 nīnau pākākāleading questionpākākā₁
 he nīnau wāhi pūniu,a question that cracks the skull [a difficult question]pūniu₃
 He ui, a he nīnau kēia.A query, a question this.ui₁
 ʻo ka nīnau mai auaneʻi kāuprobably your questionauaneʻi₂
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nīnaueleI 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
niniauNiniau ke kahe o ka wai.Swiftly silent flowing of the water.niniau₁
 Niniau, ʻeha ka pua o ke koaiʻe.The koaiʻe flower droops, injured.niniau₂
ninihiKa lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.Quiet taking over, unsurpassed.ninihi
 Ka lalawe ninihi launa ʻole.A quiet transport unsurpassing [love].lalawe
ninikiKa niniki makani o Kānehoa.The wind piercing of Kānehoa.niniki₁
 niniki wahī iwiperiosteum, i.e. the tough membrane adhering tightly to a boneiwi
 niniki wahī iwiperiosteum, i.e. the tough membrane adhering tightly to a bonewahī iwi
nininininini waito waterninini
 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
ninipoNipo ninipo i ke aloha , ka wahine haʻalewa, haʻalewa i ke kai.Yearning, longing for love is the woman swaying, swaying by the sea.ninipo
niniuniniu heleto spin forward, as a kilu pieceniniu
 Niniu Puna i ke ʻala.Puna is dizzy and thick with fragrance.niniu
 Malalo ka huila e niniu ai, alaʻume ʻili i ka nui hao.The wheels revolve below, the fan belts pull the immensity of the metal.alaʻume
 manehu lele niniucentrifugal forcelele niniu
 manehu lele niniucentrifugal forcemanehu
 manehu ʻume niniucentripetal forcemanehu
 manehu ʻume niniucentripetal forceʻume niniu
nīnoleʻO ka haki pua nīnolebreaking the pliant flowernīnole₁
nīnūnēka nīnūnē o ka lepili ʻana i mea ʻai GMOthe issue of the labeling of GMO producenīnūnē
niʻo i ka niʻoto reach the pinnacle, as of achievement or accomplishmentniʻo₁
 ʻO ʻoe a ʻo wau kau i ka niʻo.You and I shall reach the highest point.niʻo₁
nīoikai nīoichili pepper waternīoi₁
 E kanukanu aʻe ana au i nīoi a mākou.I'm planting our chili peppers.kanukanu
niolopuahe kanaka niolopuaa handsome personniolopua₁
 Hoʻi akula e moe i ka moe a Niolopua.Return to sleep the sleep of Niolopua [death].Niolopua₂
 Ua kui lima akula au me Niolopua.I went off hand-in-hand with Niolopua [went to sleep].Niolopua₂
 ua laʻi me Niolopuapeaceful with Niolopua [sleepy]Niolopua₂
 ka moe ʻoni ʻole a Niolopuathe sleep without movement of Niolopua [death]ʻoni₁
nipoNipo ninipo i ke aloha , ka wahine haʻalewa, haʻalewa i ke kai.Yearning, longing for love is the woman swaying, swaying by the sea.ninipo
nipoahe iʻa ua nipoa i ka ʻauhuhua fish drugged by ʻauhuhu poison [a victim of sorcery]nipoa₁
nīpuʻuNīpuʻu paʻa ʻia me ʻoe, ke aloha o kāua.Bound fast to you is our love.nīpuʻu
niuʻO ka holu nape a ka lau o ka niu, hoʻonipo ana i ke ehu kai.Swaying dipping of the coconut leaves, making love in the sea spray.nipo₁
 Ē niu, ē kūlolo.O coconut, O coconut pudding [said of one who talks too much; see niu kūlolo].niu₁
 Niu moe a Kalapana.The supine coconut palm of Kalapana. [Young trees were bent over and made to grow crookedly, in order to commemorate great events; two of such trees were at Kalapana in 1950].niu₁
 Ua nau ʻia ka niu e ka puaʻa a okaoka.The coconut was chewed by the pig into small particles.okaoka
 ʻoua niusmall, immature coconutʻoua
 hale pua niuhouse where offerings of bananas, coconuts, kava were kept, said to be offered in order to deify a deceased person and make him into a lizard godpua niu₁
 wai o ka niucoconut creamwai niu
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niuaUa niua maka.Eyes were fascinated. (also used unfavorably in 2-Pet. 2.14: Ua niua nā maka i nā wāhine moekolohe, eyes made dizzy [or shocked] by adulterous women).niua
 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
niuhiHe niuhi ʻai holopapa o ka moku.The niuhi shark that devours all the island [a powerful warrior].holopapa₂
 Niuhi kāpapa o ka moana.Shark of the deep sea, voracious in appetite.kāpapa₂
niuniuHe niuniu kaʻu i nehinei.I had bad luck yesterday.niuniu₂
 Ua hoʻomāʻona wau i ʻuhane apau i niuniu.I have replenished every sorrowful soul.niuniu₂
noNo kēia maʻa o ke aliʻi.Because of this custom of the chief.maʻa₁
 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
 ʻO ʻAlamila e hoʻomāhele ma kona kamaʻilio ʻana no mea e pili ana no ʻEnelani.Almira in her chatting led the conversation to things pertaining to England.-māhele
 ʻO ʻAlamila e hoʻomāhele ma kona kamaʻilio ʻana no mea e pili ana no ʻEnelani.Almira in her chatting led the conversation to things pertaining to England.-māhele
 hōʻike no ʻelua makahikibiennial reportmakahiki₁
 Ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia no ka mālama ola ʻole.He was sued for nonsupport.mālama ola
 No ka waiho wale ʻana ia mea ma kona malu.For the retention of this thing for his protection.malu₁
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Maʻemaʻe wale ʻo Kauaʻi, hemolele wale i ka mālie.A perfect beauty is Kauaʻi, flawless in the calm.maʻemaʻe
 ʻO wau me ka mahalo.I am, [yours] respectfully.mahalo₂
 Mai ʻike ʻole ʻia .[He] was hardly seen at all (said sarcastically of a show-off).mai₃
 ʻO wau me ka hoʻomaikaʻi.I am very gratefully yours [in conclusion of a letter].maikaʻi
 Pehea ʻoe? Maikaʻi .How are you? Fine.maikaʻi
 ʻO maka wale kēia i hele mai nei.Only the eyes have come [said by one not bringing a gift, as was customary].maka₁
 ʻO Hawaiʻi kēia i mākaha ʻia ai he palu lāʻī.The people of [the island of] Hawaiʻi are spoken of derisively as lickers of ti leaves [so called because they were said to have done this at a feast in the time of Ka-mehameha where not enough food was provided].mākaha₄
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noaHe aliʻi noa au loa.A chief who frees [his people] from taboo for a long time.noa₁
  noaweekdaynoa₁
 Ua wehe ʻākea ʻia ka noa o wahi apau o ke kūlanakauhale.The restrictions on all parts of the city were opened up completely.noa₁
 E ʻaliʻali kapu, e ʻaliʻali noa.Profound the taboo, profound the release to freedom.ʻaliʻali
 ʻĀmama, ua noa.The prayer is said, the taboo is over.ʻāmama
 ʻĀmama, ʻeliʻeli kapu, ʻeliʻeli noa.The taboo is over, profound has been the taboo, profound is the freeing.ʻeliʻeli
 kauā ʻai noakauā who eats without observation of eating tabooskauā
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noʻaHoʻomau maila o kēlā ʻaoʻao e koho i kahi i waiho ai ka noʻa.The players of that side continued to guess where thenoʻa was placed.kē₄
NoaHoʻokomo pāpāhiku ʻo Noa lākou.Noah put them in by sevens.pāpāhiku
 Me aʻu i hoʻohiki ai, ʻaʻole e hoʻohālana hou wai o Noa i ka honua.I have sworn that the waters of Noah shall go no more over the land.hālana₁
 Me aʻu i hoʻohiki ai, ʻaʻole e hoʻohālana hou wai o Noa i ka honua.I have sworn that the waters of Noah shall go no more over the land.hoʻohālana
nōʻāKe nōʻā i ka uka o Hāmākua.Raging fire inland of Hamakua.nōʻā
 ʻO Kauholanui ke kapuahi noʻao, nōʻā wela i ke kapu.Kauholanui the hot fire place, burning hot with taboo.noʻao
noanoaKahuna noanoa.A priest not of high rank.noanoa
noʻaoʻO Kauholanui ke kapuahi noʻao, nōʻā wela i ke kapu.Kauholanui the hot fire place, burning hot with taboo.noʻao
noeMakulu ka noe i ka lehua.The mist drips upon the lehua flowers.makulu₁
 Mekila ke kaʻi a ka ua noe.Handsome the procession of misty rain.mekila
 Noe ke ʻala o ka lehua.Misty is the fragrance of the lehua.noe₁
 Noe wale mai ke aloha i kuʻu lei aʻu i haku ai.Love alights like mist over the lei I have woven.noe₁
 ua noemisty rainnoe₁
 ka maka noe ʻula i ke kaieyes reddened by the seanoeʻula
 Lehua, ʻo ka lehua maka noe, ua nonohe wale i Hauaʻiliki.Lehua, misty-faced lehua, beautiful at Hauaʻiliki.nonohe
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noʻeauHe wahine noʻeau i ka haku lei hulu.A woman skillful at making feather leis.noʻeau
 ʻōlelo noʻeauwise or entertaining proverb, sayingnoʻeau
 ʻike hana noʻeauart; artistichana noʻeau
 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
 ʻO ke kanaka mālalaioa, he mākaukau loa i kekahi hana noʻeau e hōʻikeʻike ʻia ai, a i ʻole, e hoʻohana maoli ʻia ai ma ka noho ʻana.An artisan is someone who is skilled at a particular trade or art to be displayed or for practical everyday use.mālalaioa
 Ke pale alo kākou, ʻoe ʻo Noʻeau.When we do a man-to-man defense, you take Noʻeau.pale alo
noeloNāu i noiʻi noelo aku, pau pali paʻa i ka ʻike ʻia.You sought and searched for wisdom, all the solid cliffs were seen.noelo
 Noelo i ka pili ʻaoʻao.Seeking ways and means, of being at [her] side.noelo
noenoeUa kīʻaha paha , ke noenoe mai nei.Maybe he's touched a glass, the one here who is so befogged.noenoe
noʻenoʻeNoho mālie, like me ka hilu, he iʻa noʻenoʻe.Sitting quietly like the hilu, a quiet fish.noʻenoʻe₂
 pāʻū noʻenoʻe i hoʻoluʻuadyed printed skirtsluʻua
nohaeNohae mai nei kuʻu lole ā lepe.My dress was torn and a piece hung loose.lepe₁
nōhāhāPau i ka nōhāhā niho pōhaku i pani ʻia.The interlocking stones that had dammed [the stream] were torn apart.niho pōhaku
 nōhāhā liʻiliʻibroken into bitsnōhāhā
 Pau i ka nōhāhā niho pōhaku i pani ʻia.The interlocking stones that had dammed [the stream] were torn apart.nōhāhā
noheaHe nohea ʻoe i kuʻu makayou are lovely in my eyesnohea
nohenoheaI i ka uahi nohenohea i ka nahele.Darkened by the smoke spreading like fog in the forest.nohenohea₂
nōhieKe makemake ʻoe e hoēmi kino, e aho ka ʻai ʻana i ke kōpia nōhihi ma mua o ke kōpia nōhie.When you want to lose weight, it is better to eat complex carbohydrates rather than simple carbohydrates.kōpia nōhihi
nōhihiKe makemake ʻoe e hoēmi kino, e aho ka ʻai ʻana i ke kōpia nōhihi ma mua o ke kōpia nōhie.When you want to lose weight, it is better to eat complex carbohydrates rather than simple carbohydrates.kōpia nōhihi
nohoE noho ana ma Ulukou i Waikīkī.Living at Ulukou place in Waikīkī.ma
 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
 Hoʻomāhuā i hoa noho.To mistreat the people one lived with.māhuā
 Noho mālie.Keep still, sit still, be quiet.mālie
  kerubima nani e hoʻomalumalu i ka noho aloha.The cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy seat.malumalu
 He noho wale iho aliʻi, he ʻoluʻolu, he mamamala, ʻaʻole hana nui.The chiefs live in an agreeable way, little work, not much work.mamamala
 noho manato wield power, occupy a position of powermana₁
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nohoʻanamea e hoʻohiwahiwa ai ka nohoʻanaluxuryhiwahiwa
nohoʻiUa holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 Manukā nohoʻi kāna hana.His work is certainly slow and careless.manukā
 Miʻi nohoʻi ʻo Nani.Nani is certainly pretty.miʻi₂
 He keu nohoʻi kou milimili.How extraordinarily slow you are.milimili₂
 Minamina nohoʻi.Too bad, what a shame.minamina₁
  hou nohoʻi kāu hana.How strangely you act.nū hou
 ʻOhi mai nohoʻi ʻo Iēhowa iaʻu.The Lord has taken me up.ʻohi₁
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nohonanohona makanaheleliving in the forestmakanahele
 He malu ka nohona.Life is protected, peaceful.malu₁
 He nohona hoʻomanawanui.A way of life that tries one's patience.-manawanui
 nohona mehamehalife of solitude and lonelinessmehameha
 He nohona kūʻēʻē ka makua kāne me ke keiki.There is a strained relationship between father and son.nohona
 Nohona kuhina.Residence of the minister; embassy.nohona
 nohona waʻacanoe thwart, seatnohona
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nohuʻO ʻumeke piʻialiʻi, nohu, ua hanowa i loko o ke kūmau.The bowls with piʻialiʻi and nohu taros … had fermented in the poi bowls.hanoa
noi mea āu i noi mai.Whatever you asked.mea₁
 ka mea noithe applicant, petitionernoi
 Ke noi aku nei au i kou ʻoluʻolu.I am asking a favor of you.noi
 ma ka noi a Mr Mahelonaon motion of Mr. Mahelonanoi
 noi haʻahaʻato beg humbly, implorenoi
 noi mauto ask constantly, nag, importunatenoi
 palapala noi hoʻololi kānāwaiconstitutional initiative, i.e. a process by which one can propose an amendment by gathering signatures on a petitionnoi
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noʻiauNoʻiau ka hoe a Kamohoaliʻi.Skillful was the paddling of Kamohoaliʻi.noʻiau
noieleI 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
noiʻiNāu i noiʻi noelo aku, pau pali paʻa i ka ʻike ʻia.You sought and searched for wisdom, all the solid cliffs were seen.noelo
 ʻauhau noiʻia tax on every last itemnoiʻi
 kōmike noiʻireference committeenoiʻi
 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
 puke noiʻi kūʻikenaencyclopediakūʻikena
 kanaka noiʻiresearchernoiʻi
 kanaka noiʻi ʻepekemascientific researchernoiʻi
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nōikipūʻali nōikialveolar ductnōiki
noioKipapani ka noio e kīkīkoʻu i ke aku.The noio birds flocked together to make a din over the bonito.kipapani
nōkaliNōkali no ka lehulehu.Notary public.nōkali
nokeNoke i ka ʻaka ā mae ka iwi ʻaoʻao.Kept on laughing until their ribs ached.mae
 E noke ana ua wahi keiki nei ʻo Māui i ka hoe a maʻuhā poʻohiwi.The boy Māui kept plying the paddle until his shoulders ached.maʻuhā
 E noke kāua i ka hana, a pau kēia.Let's persist in the work until this is finished.noke
 noke i ka nukukeep on scoldingnoke
 Oi noke, oi huli, oi naku, oi huli kānaka, ʻaʻole loaʻa iki.The people kept persevering, kept hunting, kept delving, kept hunting, without any success at all.oi₂
 Ma ia malama o Nana, ua pau ka ʻeʻelekū o ka lau o lāʻau i ka noke a ka ua ma o ka hoʻoilo.In this month of Nana, the dark bruising of the leaves of trees by the pelting of the rains of the days of winter has ceased.ʻeʻelekū
 Noke ihola i ka ʻakaʻaka haʻaloʻuloʻu.To keep bending over and rocking with laughter.haʻaloʻuloʻu
nokenokenokenoke i ke ʻaki i ke kuʻicontinued grinding of the teethnokenoke
nōkīI loko nōkī o ka ʻōpū, wāwahi hua o ka lani.Though deep within the womb, a high chief would break forth.nōkī
 kau nōkī ka manaʻoconcentrate deeplynōkī
nokulenoho i ka wai a nokule ka ʻilistaying in the water until the skin was numbednokule₁
NolewaiKe kai ʻo NolewaiNorwegian SeaNolewai
nōlinolinoʻAno nōlinolino ka ʻiʻo kanaka i ke ahi.Human flesh is somewhat shiny in the fire [light].nōlinolino
noloNolo ka waʻa i ka iʻa; nolo ka waʻa i ka iʻa; nolo ka ʻīlio i ka ʻuku.The canoe is full of fish; the dog is full of fleas.nolo₁
 Nolo ka waʻa i ka iʻa; nolo ka waʻa i ka iʻa; nolo ka ʻīlio i ka ʻuku.The canoe is full of fish; the dog is full of fleas.nolo₁
noluNolu ka ihu o Hōpoe i ka makani.Yielding is the nose of Hōpoe [rock] to the wind [of a balancing rock].nolu₁
 No ke aha ʻoukou e nolu mai ai ā puni mākou?Why have you beguiled us?nolu₂
 Nolu ehu luhe i ka palai.A soft mist dripping on drooping palai fern.nolu ehu
 Ohaoha pua i ka wai, i ka nolu i ka ua.Flowers thrive in the water, softened and drenched by the rain.nolu pē₂
 Nolu i ke onaona.Softly fragrant with perfume.pē₂
nolunoluMauʻu nolunolu kohu lole weleweka.Soft grass like velvet cloth.nolunolu₁
nomeʻAʻohe 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
 ʻŪhīʻūhā mai ana , ke nome aʻela Puna .Shish shish here [the fires of Pele], eating munching along through Puna.nome
 nome hala ʻolegoing on without stoppinghala₂
nonaNona kēia makena e uwē ʻia mai nei.This wailing that is being sobbed forth here is for him.makena₁
 Ua hoʻomakua aku au nona.I became his parent or guardian.makua
 ʻO ka malila mōhai a Kaululani, nona ke aka ka hihiʻo i ka nei.The ghostly offering of Kaululani, to him belonged the shadow, the fleeting dream of last night.malila₁
 Ke kanaka nona ka pāpale i lawe ʻia.The man whose hat was taken.nona
 He pale wāwae koʻu ʻili nona.My skin is [something] for her feet to walk upon.pale wāwae
 ʻO wau ka pānaʻi nona.I will be surety for him.pānaʻi₁
 Nona ka hale i Kaumailani, no Kākaʻe no ka leo pihano.His is the house at Kaumailani, for Kākaʻe, the weak-voiced.pihano
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nōnaUa hoʻokuʻu ʻia ʻo kalani no ka manawa i hoʻopaʻi nōna.Kalani was suspended from school as his punishment.hoʻokuʻu no ka manawa
 Ke huli ʻia nei ka poʻe i like ka hulu koko me ke keiki i loaʻa i ka maʻi no ka hāʻawi mai i ke koko nōna.Blood donors are being sought who have the same blood type as the child who is inflicted with the disease.hulu koko
 E koho i ka huapalapala nōna ka ʻili kokekau o kēia huinakolu.Choose the letter with the approximate area of this triangle.kokekau
 ʻO ka ʻōlelo hoʻopaʻi nōna, he ʻeono māhina ma ka hoʻomalu.His sentence was six months probation.wā hoʻomalu
nonanonaNonanona kānaka i kahaone.Crowds of people on the beach.nonanona₃
 Ka Nonanona.The Ant (see ʻānonanona). (Hawaiian newspaper 1841–5)nonanona₁
noneaHe nonea kēia ʻano hana.This kind of work is tedious, annoying.nonea
noniHe noni no Kaualehu, he pūhai aʻa.A noni tree of Kaualehu [a rocky place at Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi] whose roots are in shallow ground. [one with superficial knowledge]pūhai
  wāhine kōhi noni.The noni-gathering women [an insult to Pele, perhaps likening her disposition to sour noni fruit].kōhi₁
noniakahiHe 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
 He noniakahi kula o waenakonu o kūlanakauhale nui me ʻano lāhui a me kūlana noho kūʻonoʻono like ʻole mai ʻō a ʻō.The schools in the inner cities are integrated with all types of races and economic backgrounds from all around.noniakahi
nononono ʻulato flush, blushnono₁
 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
 ālialia nonoanchialine poolālialia
 ālialia nonoanchialine poolnono
nonoaNui ke kākoʻo ʻia o kēlā moho kiaʻāina no kona ʻano he nonoa.There is much support for that gubernatorial candidate because of his liberal nature.nonoa
nonoʻaʻami nonoʻazero-possessive pronoun (no initial consonant)ʻami₄
 ʻami nonoʻa ʻākena iki (kino ʻā)(a) ofʻami₄
 ʻami nonoʻa iki(a/o) ofʻami₄
 ʻami nonoʻa ʻōkena iki (kino ʻō)(o) ofʻami₄
 kāhulu nonoʻapossessive modifierkāhulu
nonoheLehua, ʻo ka lehua maka noe, ua nonohe wale i Hauaʻiliki.Lehua, misty-faced lehua, beautiful at Hauaʻiliki.nonohe
nonohoKe nonoho like maila ao ʻōpua.The cloud banks are sitting together.nonoho
 I ka hele ʻana o ka imu ā ʻenaʻena, ua ʻōhelo nohoʻi ka lāʻau ulu imu a nonoho a pae like.When the oven is red-hot, the oven-poking stick is pushed around so that [the stones] are in even levels.pae₁
nonohuaʻOia ia mau ʻōpala o ka manaʻo nonohuasuch was the rubbish of vile thoughtsnonohua
nonoiNonoi akahai aʻe ana i mana Kahikolu Kiʻekiʻe loa.Modestly beseech the powers of the most Holy Trinity.mana Kahikolu Kiʻekiʻe
 nonoi no ka manawaask for temporarily, borrownonoi
nonomeHoʻohie ka manaʻo no ka huila, ka nonome hoʻolaʻi i ka ʻilikaithinking with happy pride of the wheel [of the vessel], rolling quietly along on the surface of the sea.nonome
nononohoNononoho a moe keiki.Dwelt together and mated were the children.nononoho
noʻonoʻoĒ kuʻu Akua, e mālama au iāʻoe ma ka noʻonoʻo.O my God, let me serve you in thought.mālama₁
 Noʻonoʻo muimeditate silentlymui₂
 makili ka noʻonoʻoto 'see the light' after not understanding or after being in opposition to an ideanoʻonoʻo
 noʻonoʻo hāikinarrow-minded; a narrow mindnoʻonoʻo
 noʻonoʻo laulābroad-mindednoʻonoʻo
 noʻonoʻo makuato be thoughtful and considerate of parents and elders, filialnoʻonoʻo
 noʻonoʻo muato anticipate, estimate (see ʻōlelo noʻonoʻo mua)noʻonoʻo
MORE noʻonoʻo
nopaʻaNo kānaka nopaʻa ka hapa nui o noho o ka ʻAha Kenekoa.The conseratives hold the majority of the Senate seats.nopaʻaʻaʻ
nopuNopu maila ka manaʻo e hele aku i ou .The thought has come to go to you.nopu₁
 I ka ikiiki nopu i ke one.In the hot sun warming the sand.nopu₂
 he ahi ʻā nopu hōʻaea hot glowing fire that pulverizesʻae₃
NorthE ʻimi lākou i mau kānaka mālama kai i North Shore.They're looking for life guards for the North Shore.kanaka mālama kai
nouInā au e make nou.If only I had died for you.nō₃
 Lehua maka nou i ke ahi.Lehua face pelted by the fire.nou₁
 ʻO ka hoʻoili i ka ihu o ka waʻa a nou i ke kai.To conduct the prow of the canoe until it beats into the sea.nou₁
 Hui ʻia ke ʻala me ke onaona i lei ʻohu nou, ē Kalani.Combined are fragrance and sweetness into a lei to adorn you, O Queen.ʻohu
 ʻO kuʻu wahi ōpū weuweu , nou ia.My little clump of grass shelter is for you.ōpū weuweu
 Nou ana kēia hale.This house will be yours.ana₆
 Nou paha ka inoa e kaʻikaʻikū ana, i ka nuku ā hapahapai aʻe.Yours perhaps the name chant carried to and fro, and that is on everyone's lips in praise.hapahapai
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noʻuNoʻu kēlā.Give that to me.noʻu₄
 Noʻu ponoʻī kēia.This is my own.ponoʻī
 I wai noʻu.Give me some water. [let's have a contest or fight]wai₁
  mai i wai noʻu.Give me some water.hō₁
 E iho i hōʻike noʻu.Stand as a witness for me.kū₁
 Nona ke kuleana uku pohō, ʻaʻole hoʻi noʻu, no ka mea, nona ka hewa i ulia kaʻa ai māua!The liability is his, not mine, because it was his fault we had a car accident!kuleana uku pohō
NounouĀlai ʻia aʻela e Nounou, nalo Kaipuhaʻa i ka laulā mauka o KapaʻaNounou is screened, the-low-calabash is lost in the wide expanse inland of Kapaʻa,Nounou
nōwelanōwela piliolanabiographical novelpiliolana
 nōwela pōliu.mystery novel.pōliu
nōweoʻUla nōweo ka i ka pua ʻilima.The sun is bright and scarlet on the ʻilima blossom.nōweo
Ka ua hele ma ka moana.The rain coming pattering over the open sea.nū₁
  hou kūlokolocal newsnū hou
  hou kūwahoforeign newsnū hou
  hou nohoʻi kāu hana.How strangely you act.nū hou
 kapu ka , ka ʻī, i ka pua o ka leoforbidden to groan, to speak by sound of voicepua₂
 ʻAuhea wale ʻoe, ē ke kualau, ka ua hele ma ka moana.Listen, o kualau shower, rain moaning over the open sea.kualau
  hou kūwahoforeign newskūwaho
MORE nū
nuʻaHaki nuʻa ka uahi i ke kai.The spray breaks in masses in the sea.nuʻa₁
 ka nuʻa o ka palaithe thick clump of palai fernsnuʻa₁
 moena kumu nuʻaa sleeping mat made thick at one end to serve as a head rest; lit., mat piled beginningnuʻa₁
 nuʻa kanakamany peoplenuʻa₁
 nuʻa moenaa heap of matsnuʻa₁
nuʻanuʻaNuʻanuʻa lei i ka ʻāʻī o ka malihini.The leis were piled about the neck of the visitor.nuʻanuʻa
  nuʻanuʻato blow strongly, as to make large sea wavesnuʻanuʻa
Nūhōlaniʻelelū NūhōlaniAustralian cockroach (Periplaneta australasiae)Nūhōlani
 Nūhōlani HemaSouth AustraliaNūhōlani
 Nūhōlani KomohanaWestern AustraliaNūhōlani
 ʻO ka nukahaku kaʻawale nunui loa i loaʻa ma luna o ka ʻili o ka honua, aia ma Nūhōlani.The largest free standing boulder that can be found on the surface of the earth is located in Australia.nukahaku
nūhouNa ka māhele paikala o kēia hui e kūkala aku i ka nūhou maikaʻi i ka lehulehu.It's the job of this company's public relations department to announce good news to the public.paikala
nuiMahalo ā nui.Thanks very much.mahalo₁
 Mahalo nui loa.Thanks [you] very much.mahalo₁
 Ua holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 nui makahikimany years; old, agedmakahiki₁
 makani nuistrong wind, galemakani₁
 He noho wale iho aliʻi, he ʻoluʻolu, he mamamala, ʻaʻole hana nui.The chiefs live in an agreeable way, little work, not much work.mamamala
 kau nui ka manaʻothink constantly, concentratemanaʻo
MORE nui
nuipaʻaanakahi nuipaʻa ʻātomaatomic mass unitanakahi
 anakahi nuipaʻa ʻātomaatomic mass unitnuipaʻa ʻātoma
 ʻawelike nuipaʻa ʻātomaaverage atomic massnuipaʻa ʻātoma
 ʻawelike nuipaʻa ʻātomaaverage atomic massʻawelike
nukahakuʻO ka nukahaku kaʻawale nunui loa i loaʻa ma luna o ka ʻili o ka honua, aia ma Nūhōlani.The largest free standing boulder that can be found on the surface of the earth is located in Australia.nukahaku
nūkeaʻO ka lani ka hiapo kama kapu, ka hānau mua i Hawaiʻi, ka ʻīlio nūkea ma ka lanithe chief is a sacred first-born one, the first born in Hawaiʻi, the white-mouthed dog in the heavens [probably clouds indicative of a chief].nūkea₂
Nūkeʻe hoʻolehelehe kiʻi i ka mahina ʻai a Nūkeʻe.Standing like a loose-lipped image in the garden of Twist-mouth [doing nothing but talk].lehelehe kiʻi
  hoʻolehelehe kiʻi i ka mahina ʻai a Nūkeʻe.Standing like a loose-lipped image in the garden of Twist-mouth [doing nothing but talk].hoʻolehelehe kiʻi
nukeleaKe hōʻeuʻeu mai nei ʻahahui he nui e nāʻīāʻumi i huahana o Palani no ka hoʻāʻo hoʻopahū nukelea ma ka Pākīpika.Many organizations are encouraging that French products be boycotted due to nuclear bomb testing in the Pacific.nāʻīā ʻumi
 ikehu nukeleanuclear energynukelea
 pāhawewe nukeleanuclear radiationpāhawewe
nuku kuli ē, nuku moi oe.Your knees, like a moi fish nose.moi₁
 noke i ka nukukeep on scoldingnoke
 ka nuku kaulana o Nuʻuanuthe famous Nuʻuanu gapnuku₁
 ka nuku o ka ule halatip of aerial pandanus rootnuku₁
 mākala nukuorbicularis oris, i.e. the muscles surrounding the mouth and lipsnuku₁
 nuku awaentrance to a harbornuku₁
 puʻu ka nukuto protrude the lipsnuku₁
MORE nuku
nukunukuNukunuku hoʻi kēia wahi lou.This fruit-picker is too short.nukunuku₂
nūlekanūleka ʻohanafamily newsletternūleka
nulunulu ʻĪkāliapastanulu₂
numiNumi maila kona kaumaha.His sorrows gradually ebbed away.numi
numinumiʻAʻohe ona makemake e ʻōʻili mai ma ke ʻano numinumi e like me pua pope.She did not wish to go out into the world all rumpled, like the field poppies.numinumi
nūnēIa noho ihola lākou me ka nūnē aku a nūnē mai.Then they sat and asked wondering questions of each other.nūnē
 Ia noho ihola lākou me ka nūnē aku a nūnē mai.Then they sat and asked wondering questions of each other.nūnē
 Nui ka nūnē ʻana a ka poʻe ʻepekema no ke kumu o ke au paʻahau, ʻo ia hoʻi ka i paʻa ai ka honua holoʻokoʻa i ka hau.There is much speculation among scientists as to how the Ice age began when the whole world was frozen in ice.au paʻahau
nunuUa hoʻomaka naʻe ke ʻano nunu mai o kuʻemaka.The eyebrows began to be puffed up [raised].nunu₂
nūnūNo 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
 Keʻehi akula ia i kekahi wāwae maluna o kekahi wāwae, ā hina ihola ʻo Nūnū i lalo.Tripping one foot over the other, Nūnū fell down.keʻehi₁
nunuiNānā aʻela ia ma kiʻi maka nunui, koe kiʻi maka liʻiliʻi.He caters to the important people, and leaves out the ordinary folk.nānā₁
 kiʻi maka nunuiprominent, wealthy, or important person, VIP; lit., big-eyed imagekiʻi₁
 ʻO ka nukahaku kaʻawale nunui loa i loaʻa ma luna o ka ʻili o ka honua, aia ma Nūhōlani.The largest free standing boulder that can be found on the surface of the earth is located in Australia.nukahaku
 He papakaumaka nunui ka papa heluʻai o ka hale haʻuki hou o ke Kulanui o Hawaiʻi.The scoreboard at UH's new special events arena has a huge monitor.papa heluʻai
  ʻĀleka e noho pupue ana ma kekahi kūʻono o ka noho lima nunuiwhile Alice was sitting curled up in a corner of the great armchairnoho lima
 ʻoaka nunuihobgoblin (big orc)ʻoaka₅
nupanupa pelemakamagma chamberpelemaka
NupepaKa Nupepa Kūʻokoʻa.The Independent Newspaper [name of a Hawaiian-language newspaper published in Honolulu 1861–1927].kūʻokoʻa
nūpepa kālā no ke ola o ka nūpepamoney for the support of the newspaperola₁
 he nūpepa hōʻikeʻike kiʻiillustrated newspaperʻikeʻike
 he mea lawe nūpepaa newspaper subscriber; newspaper carrier, paper boylawe₁
 alu hōʻiliʻili nūpepanewspaper drivealu
 E hoʻokolamu i kēia palapala no ka nūpepa e puka ana.Make this document into column format for the newspaper that's coming out.hoʻokolamu
 moʻolelo nūpepanewspaper articlemoʻolelo
nūpolupoluʻO 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
 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.nūpolupolu
 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.ʻaina₂
nuʻuʻekolu mau nuʻu three strata of nightnuʻu₁
 ka ua nuʻutorrential rainnuʻu₁
 Ua hiki aku i ka nuʻu ka mana o Roma.The power of Rome reached its culminating point.nuʻu₁
 E nuʻu a koʻu ka puʻu.Pile on until the throat clucks. [eat all one can]nuʻu₂
 Ē ka lewa nuʻu, ē ka lewa lani, ka ʻOpikana.O high atmosphere, O heavenly atmosphere, the faraway place.ʻOpikana
 E ala, ē ʻāpapa nuʻu, e ala, ē ke ʻāpapa lani!Awake, gods of high station, awake, gods of highest station!ʻāpapa lani₂
 kai nuʻu akuebbing seakai nuʻu
MORE nuʻu
Nuʻuanuka nuku kaulana o Nuʻuanuthe famous Nuʻuanu gapnuku₁
 NuʻuanuCool elevationanu₁
 Kau kehakeha Nuʻuanu i ka makani, wehiwehi i ka holu a ke kāwelu.Proudly stands Nuʻuanu in the wind, adorned with the ripple of kāwelu grass.kehakeha
  ka liki i Nuʻuanu.Boasting like Nuʻuanu [said of a boaster].liki₁
nuʻukiaʻōlelo ala nuʻukiamission statementala nuʻukia
 ʻōlelo nuʻukiavision statementnuʻukia
 ʻōlelo ala nuʻukiamission statementʻōlelo
 ʻōlelo nuʻukiavision statementʻōlelo
nuʻupēUa hoʻi mai nei paha kuʻu nuʻupē.Perhaps my fat [friend] has come home.nuʻupē

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