updated: 12/18/2016

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oKona make ʻana ma o Kawelo ala.His death at the hands of Kawelo there.ma
 Ma o wai ʻoukou i pili ai?Through whom are you related?ma
 No kēia maʻa o ke aliʻi.Because of this custom of the chief.maʻa₁
 Ua mahae ka pili o kēlā paʻa male.That couple has separated; lit., the association of that married couple is split.mahae₁
 ʻOihana Mahi ʻAi o ka Mokuʻāina.State Department of Agriculture.mahi ʻai₁
 Mahola aʻela ka ʻōpū o ka ʻupena.The bag of the net opened out.mahola₁
 Kuʻi ka hekili i ka maka o ka ʻōpua.The thunder claps in the presence of the cloud bank.maka₁
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ʻoMaʻemaʻe 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
 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 Kūmahumahukole, ʻōkole kaʻaka.Kū-steaming-buttocks, wretched buttocks [Kamapuaʻa insults foe, implying flatulency].mahumahu₁
 ʻO wau me ka hoʻomaikaʻi.I am very gratefully yours [in conclusion of a letter].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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OWaiwai Noho Kahu O Liliʻuokalani.Liliʻuokalani Trust.waiwai noho kahu
 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
ʻOHe aha ka hana a Pāwela? ʻO ka ʻoʻe, ʻo ka ʻowala.What does Pāwela [a cow] do? She hooks and bucks.ʻowala
 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
 ʻO wai kona inoa? ʻO wai ?What's his name? I don't know (or care).lā₇
 E hoʻokūkū ʻoe i kēia mau pūʻolo manakō ʻO ka pūʻolo hea ka mea i ʻoi aku kōna kaumaha?Compare these bags of mango. Which bag is heavier?hoʻokūkū
 18007997233. ʻO ka Helu Hikiwawae Hana Māinoino Kūloko ia1-800-799-7233 is the National Domestic Violence Hotline number.hoʻokūkū
ōMai ʻō ā ō.From there to there; from one point to another, everywhere.mai₂
 Kaʻa i ka malu ō.Still being cherished, fostered.malu₁
 Kou inoa, e ō mai.Your name chant, answer.ō₁
 Ā pēlā paha i ai ke ō ʻana o kona inoa.Probably thereby assuring the perpetuation of his name.ō₂
 Ke ō nei kēlā mele.That song still survives now.ō₂
 waihona ōendowment fund. lit., fund (which) endures (also: waihona kālā kūmau)ō₂
 Ō hele kāua.Let's go.ō₆
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ʻōMai ʻō ā ō.From there to there; from one point to another, everywhere.mai₂
 ʻō maka koluthree-pronged spearmaka₃
 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
 ʻAlawa maka o ka ʻaihue i ʻō i ʻō.The eyes of the thief glanced this way and that.ʻō₁
 ʻAlawa maka o ka ʻaihue i ʻō i ʻō.The eyes of the thief glanced this way and that.ʻō₁
 i ʻō i ʻaneʻihere and there, to and froʻō₁
 I ʻō i ʻō aʻe.From that point to yonder point.ʻō₁
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ŌE uhaele kākou i kahakai Ō, e uhaele ʻiʻo aku kākou.Let's go to the beach. Yes, let's do go.ō₁
ʻoā kahi ʻoā, mākahi ʻoene, mākahi hoenea mesh larger than one finger's width, but not large enough for two fingers (mālua)mākahi₂
 ʻAʻohe pono ka nohona o keiki ʻoā makua ʻole.The life of forsaken, parentless children is not good.ʻoā₁
 mākahi a ʻoāthe width of one and a half fingersʻoā₅
 palena neʻe ʻoādivergent boundaryneʻe ʻoā
 palena neʻe ʻoādivergent boundarypalena
ʻōʻāHe Hawaiʻi ʻoia akā ua ʻōʻā ʻia me ke koko Pākē.He's Hawaiian, but there is a little strain of Chinese also.ʻōʻā
 He lei kolohala uliuli i ʻōʻā ʻia me ke keʻokeʻo.A dark pheasant feather lei mixed with white.ʻōʻā
 kekimala ʻōʻāmixed decimalkekimala
 ʻōʻā kemikalachemically combinedkemikala
 mekala ʻōʻāalloy. also metala ʻōʻāmekala
 helu ʻōʻāmixed numberōʻā
 kekimala ʻōʻāmixed decimalōʻā
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ʻōahiKali i ka makani ʻōahi.Wait for the firebrand wind.makani₁
  pali ʻōahi o Makana.The cliffs of Makana, where fire was hurled forth.ʻōahi₁
 Nalohia ʻōahi i kīheʻaheʻa ao.The rockets vanished in cloud colors.kīheʻaheʻa
OʻahuʻO ʻOlopana ke aliʻi o ia e noho ana ma Oʻahu nei.ʻOlopana was the chief of this time ruling here on Oʻahu.noho₂
 I ka papapapa ka nalu o Oʻahuthe waves of Oʻahu on the flat reefspapapapa
 Oʻahu maka ʻewaʻewa.Oʻahu with indifferent eyes [a term of reproach to Oʻahu people, said to have been said by Hiʻiaka when her Oʻahu relatives refused to help her mend a canoe for a journey to Kauaʻi].ʻewaʻewa₁
 Hoehaʻa nohoʻi ua Oʻahu maka ʻewaʻewa.Unreliable are the Oʻahu people who avert the eyes.hoehaʻa
 Hanohano Oʻahu i ka ʻilima, kohu manu ʻōʻō kau poʻohiwi.Glorious is Oʻahu with the ʻilima, like a [cape of] ʻōʻō [feathers] on the shoulders.kau poʻohiwi
 Koni loa maila kona holo ʻana ā loaʻa Oʻahu.He kept on sailing until coming to Oʻahu.koni loa
 E mālama ʻia ana kekahi ʻaha hoʻolohe e pili ana i kuleana wai o ka ʻaoʻao Koʻolau o Oʻahu i Kāneʻohe i kēia ahiahi.A hearing will be held regarding water rights on the windward side of Oʻahu in Kāneʻohe this evening.ʻaha hoʻolohe
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ʻoaikūkai pili ʻoaikūa churning, gasping seaʻoaikū
ʻoakaʻOaka aʻela kona waha, aʻo maila ʻoia lākou.He opened his mouth instantly and taught them.ʻoaka₁
 ʻoaka nunuihobgoblin (big orc)ʻoaka₅
ʻōʻakiUa 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
ʻoālaalaHe ʻoālaala makani iki a slight rise of the windʻoālaala
 He ʻoālaala makani, he ʻōauau.It's a rising wind, one blowing faster.ʻōauau
ʻōanianiHe kai mehana no ke ʻōaniani makani ʻoleit is a very warm sea where there is no breeze stirringʻōaniani
ʻōauauHe ʻoālaala makani, he ʻōauau.It's a rising wind, one blowing faster.ʻōauau
oe kuli ē, nuku moi oe.Your knees, like a moi fish nose.moi₁
 Nānā aku ʻoe, ke kūkulu maila ke oe.Look, acting superior there.oe₂
ʻoeI hea ʻoe i hele māewa aku nei?Where did you go wandering?māewa
 Mai hea mai ʻoe?Where did you come from?mai₂
 Mai ʻai ʻoe.Don't eat.mai₄
 Pehea ʻoe? Maikaʻi .How are you? Fine.maikaʻi
 E māka mai ʻoe maʻaneʻi.Make a mark here.māka
 Mai hoʻopae ʻoe, e hoʻomake ʻoe i kou nalu.Don't catch [the wave], let your wave get smaller.make₁
 Mai hoʻopae ʻoe, e hoʻomake ʻoe i kou nalu.Don't catch [the wave], let your wave get smaller.make₁
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ʻoʻeHe aha ka hana a Pāwela? ʻO ka ʻoʻe, ʻo ka ʻowala.What does Pāwela [a cow] do? She hooks and bucks.ʻowala
ʻoehaʻaKe ʻīnana mehe ʻōpae ʻoehaʻa.Active there like freshwater shrimps [of scattered foes].ʻīnana₁
ʻoehuehuHe aha kēia ʻoehuehu nei, piʻi ʻōkala o ka hulu.What is this disturbance, this bristling of the fur?ʻoehuehu
ʻoene kahi ʻoā, mākahi ʻoene, mākahi hoenea mesh larger than one finger's width, but not large enough for two fingers (mālua)mākahi₂
oeoeKani oeoe ke oeoe.The bull-roarer whistles.oeoe₁
 Kani oeoe ke oeoe.The bull-roarer whistles.oeoe₁
  oeoehumming tophū₃
 ʻOluʻolu ʻole au e noho nei ke kani kāʻiʻī a ke oeoe.I sit here in discomfort, with the persistent, hard blowing of the whistle.kāʻiʻī
 peʻa oeoea long sailoeoe₂
ʻoʻeʻoʻeI hoʻi iho au e moe, ʻoʻeʻoʻe ana ia kuli.I went back to sleep, but his knees kept prodding.ʻoʻeʻoʻe
 kino ʻoʻeʻoʻebody with spiked protuberances, as of a fishʻoʻeʻoʻe
ʻoeowewehe lau ʻoeowewea fluttering leafʻoeowewe
ōeweHe ʻāhuli ia o ke ōewe.It's a mutation in the gene.ʻāhuli
 Pau ke kaʻamahae hunaola, loaʻa maila ʻehā hunaola nona awe ōewe he hapalua o ka heluna maʻamau i loko.When meiosis is complete, four cells are formed, all of which contain half of the usual amount of chromosomes.kaʻamahae hunaola
 Ma ka wae ōewe ʻana, ua hoēhu pua kaʻakepa ʻia ʻelua ʻano ʻāpala i ʻole e palahū koke mai ka hua.In artificial selection, two kinds of apples were crossbred so that the fruit would not spoil right away.wae ōewe
ofname of key papa pihikeyboardpihi
ʻofeniʻO ka poʻe kōkua e hana i kekahi hewa ʻofeni, ā ua noho paha malaila.The people who help in the committing of an offense, or are present there.ʻopeni
 ʻO ka poʻe kōkua e hana i kekahi hewa ʻofeni, ā ua noho paha malaila.The people who help in the committing of an offense, or are present there.paha₆
ʻohākai ʻohāsea with small wavesʻohā
 Ka ue ʻana, ʻo ka ue ʻana ia o ka mahi kalo i ʻohā ulu mua.The pulling away, this is a pulling away in the taro plantation of the first growing shoots.ue₁
 kulaʻi ʻohāto break off main parent taro and leave room for young shoots to growkulaʻi
ʻōhāpīʻoe ʻōhā kaigooseneck barnacleʻōhā kai
ōhāhāhe hua aliʻi ōhāhāa flourishing royal offspringōhāhā₁
 Ōhāhā ka ulu ʻana o kēia kalo.This taro's growth is thrifty.ōhāhā₁
 Lehua maka kōnunu i ka wai, kōnunu, kōnunu, ōhāhā.Lehua face rounded in the water, rounded, rounded, plump.kōnunu
ʻohaiKa 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
ʻōhaʻiʻAʻohe ikaika kēia lima, he lima ʻōhaʻi.This arm isn't strong, it's imperfectly healed.ʻōhaʻi
ʻōhakaʻŌhaka wāwae o ka poʻe hula ke hula i ia hula.The legs of the dancers are separated for dancing this hula.ʻōhaka
ʻohākiaʻO ʻoe ia ē ka ʻohākia.You are the one, o tender plant.ʻohākia
ʻohanaʻohana holoʻokoʻa, ʻohana nuiextended family, clanʻohana₁
 ʻohana holoʻokoʻa, ʻohana nuiextended family, clanʻohana₁
 Waia nohoʻi ka inoa o ka ʻohana.The name of the family is disgraced.waia₁
 Ua kapa ʻia mākou ʻohana ka welo kūnono o Waikapuna.Our family is called the fiery breed of Waikapuna.welo₃
 Ua ʻaeʻoia aʻela ka ʻohana.The family has all it needs.ʻaeʻoia
 He poʻe hale kēia i hoʻolimalima ʻia i ʻohana he 60 ka nui, a ua kapa ʻia he hale papaʻi.These are houses rented to families, 60 in number, and are called apartment houses. lit., uplifted house.hale papaʻi
 He ʻohana ʻaiʻē nui kēia, ua hele a kuapapa nui ka ʻaiʻē.A family with great debts, the debts are piled up.kuapapa₁
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ohaohaOhaoha pua i ka wai, i ka nolu i ka ua.Flowers thrive in the water, softened and drenched by the rain.nolu pē₂
 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
ʻoheʻOhe uʻo kemakema eʻo (ʻAʻohe oʻu makemake ʻoe).I don't like you.nehiwa
 hula ʻohedance to the music of the nose fluteʻohe₁
 puhi ʻoheto play a wind instrument; player of a wind instrumentʻohe₁
 Lele ka ʻohe i kona lua.The ʻohe leaps into its hole [a legendary reference; each in his own place].ʻohe₅
 He ʻōhuna nalo ʻole kāu i ka ʻike a kuʻu ʻohe nānā.Yours is a secret that cannot be hidden from my telescope.ʻōhuna₁
 hui puhi ʻohebandpuhi ʻohe
 ʻaleʻo puhi ʻohebandstandʻaleʻo
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ʻōheaHe pua ʻōhea kēnā, ʻole i ke kikowaenaa weak arrow that of yours, it doesn't hit the bull's eye.ʻōhea₁
ʻōheaheaʻŌheahea hoʻi kēia .Today is drowsy, sleepy.ʻōheahea
ʻōhekeHe ʻōheke wale ke kuaʻāina kānaka.Country people are rather shy.ʻōheke
ʻōheloKa 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
 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
ʻōheloheloHe aloha pua, pua ʻōhelohelo.Beloved the blossoms, the pink blossoms.ʻōhelohelo
ʻōhemoHe ukuhi ʻōhemo keiki.Children completely weaned.ʻōhemo₂
 He ukuhi ʻōhemo keiki, ʻōmino ʻalalehe, ka ʻalalehe, ka uwē wale.Weaning children are sickly, crying and fretful, weak, just crying.ʻalalehe
ʻohenānāka ʻohenānā lewa lipo ʻo HāpelaHubble space telescopeHāpela
 paʻa ʻohenānābinocularsʻohenānā
oheoheKa ua i Lilikoʻi ē, oheohe i luna .The rain at Lilikoʻi, so steep and high.oheohe
ʻōhewahewaʻōhewahewa ka makableary eyed, glazed eyesʻōhewahewa
 ʻōhewahewa ʻōpulepuledelirium tremensʻōhewahewa
 ʻōhewahewa ʻōpulepuledelirium tremensʻōpulepule₁
ohiohi moapulletohi₁
 pipi ohiyoung cow, heiferohi₁
 ʻO ka huli maikaʻi, ʻoia ka wauke i pau i ke kua ʻia mamua, ā ʻo ka wauke i ulu aʻe mahope he ʻae ia, ā he ohi; ua ulu aʻe ka wauke hou ma ke aʻa a ma ka weli o ka wauke kahiko.The best planting slips were from the mulberry which had been cut back before; the mulberry that grew back afterward were the ʻae and the ohi shoots; the mulberry grew again from the roots and the main root of the old mulberry.ohi₃
ʻohimea ʻohi kālācashier, money collectorʻohi₁
  mea ʻohigleaningsʻohi₁
 ʻOhi mai nohoʻi ʻo Iēhowa iaʻu.The Lord has taken me up.ʻohi₁
 Ua ʻohi ʻia kiaʻi.The guards were selected.ʻohi₁
 Hele ana i ka ʻohi weuweu.Going to gather herbs [often said when going fishing, which it was bad luck to mention].weuweu
 ʻOhi hāpuku ka makapehu o Kaunu.The hungry ones of Kaunu grab at anything [of gossip].hāpuku₂
 ʻohi hikic.o.d., cash on deliveryhiki₃
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ʻohiaʻOhia mai ā pau pono ʻike kumu o Hawaiʻi.Gather up every bit of the basic knowledge of Hawaiʻi.ʻohia
ʻōhiʻaʻŌhiʻa noho i ka malu.ʻŌhiʻa staying in the shade [of flawless beauty; this tree grows in forests].ʻōhiʻa ʻai
 ʻŌhiʻa uliuli i ka ua i moku pewa ʻia.ʻŌhiʻa trees darkened by the rain and cut off as a clump.pewa₄
 E pua ana ka ʻōhiʻa ʻai a hōʻumeke i ka malama o Hinaiaʻeleʻele.The mountain apple blooms and fruits form in the month of Hinaiaʻeleʻele.ʻumeke
 ʻĀluka ka pala a ka ʻōhiʻa.Mountain apples ripen everywhere.ʻāluka
 ʻO Panaʻewa nui, moku lehua, ʻōhiʻa kupu hāoʻeoʻe i ka ua.Great Panaʻewa, district with lehua flowers, ʻōhiʻa trees growing scraggly in the rain.hāoʻeoʻe
 Ua liliuwelo ka ʻiʻiwi i ka ulu ʻōhiʻa.The ʻiʻiwi is biologically adapted to the ʻōhiʻa forest.liliuwelo
 Pāhia ʻōhiʻa a kekahi?How many ʻōhiʻa for each one?pāhia
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ʻōhikilua ʻōhikisand crab hole [said of a house improperly placed and open on all sides to attack, as a crab hole, by sickness or misfortune]ʻōhiki₂
 kūkae ʻōhikisand pellets as left on the beach by ʻōhiki crabskūkae
ʻōhikihikilāʻau ʻōhikihiki nihotoothpickʻōhikihiki
ʻohinaHoʻokahi ʻohina, piha kuʻu ʻeke kālena.Only one collecting, my coin purse is full.ʻohina
 He ʻohina ʻaupapa maoli kāna.He gathered up absolutely everything.ʻaupapa
ʻōhinuKa ʻōhinu lele uahi manu ē.The grease coming from the bird smoke.ʻōhinu₁
ʻōhioʻO ka mea i hoʻolālā ʻia, ke ʻōhio nei .The plan is still vague.ʻōhio
ohiohiUa 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
 Ulu ohiohi lehua o Panaʻewa i ka mili ʻia e ka ua Kanilehua.The lehua of Panaʻewa grow splendidly, constantly fondled by the lehua-drinking rain.ohiohi₁
ʻohiʻohima ka ʻohiʻohi hele ʻana i ka wahie no ka puʻuahi nuigathering wood for the big bonfirepuʻuahi
 hāpuku ʻohiʻohito talk foolishlyhāpuku₂
ohoʻAkahi au ā ʻike, ka meʻeu hoʻi o kuʻu oho.I've never felt my hair rise in terror like this before.meʻeu
 A kahi hoʻi ka neʻeu o koʻu oho.Never before has my scalp had such a creepy sensation.neʻeu
 Oho hoʻi ka ulu ʻana o ka palai.The ferns are growing and sending out leaves.oho₁
 Ua ʻūpalu wale ke oho o ke kupukupu,.The kupukupu fern fronds are soft.oho₁
 ke oho ʻālanathe proclaimed offeringoho₂
 ke oho ʻōwiliwell-set hairʻōwili₁
 oho pūkaihair dyed brown with limepūkai₁
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ʻohuHui 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
 Ē ka ʻohu kolo ē, hoʻoua ʻia mai i ulu ka ʻawa.O creeping mist, make it rain so that the kava will grow.ua₁
 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
 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.ʻeā₂
 Ka ʻohu kākua o Kīlauea.The mist that forms a sarong for Kīlauea.kākua₁
 Kīpū i ka manaʻo, kīpū i ke kapa a ka noe; ʻauhea wale ʻoe ē ka ʻohu, kīpū maila i Kaʻala.Hold fast to an idea, hold fast to the tapa blanket of mist; listen here, O mist, nestling now on [Mt.] Kaʻala.kīpū₁
 Ē ka ʻohu kolo ē, hoʻoua ʻia mai i ulu ka ʻawa.O creeping mist, make it rain so that the kava will grow.hoʻoua
ʻōhuamakaliʻi ʻōhuatiny ʻōhua, spawn; fig., anything wee, tinymakaliʻi₁
 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
 Ke hopu ʻia nei ka mea i hoʻohuoi ʻia no ka hoʻoweliweli ʻana i ʻōhua ma luna o ka moku.The suspect is being detained for terrorizing the passengers on the ship.hoʻoweliweli
ʻōhukuʻōhuku ʻalerising billow, swellʻōhuku
ʻōhuleKahania ke poʻo o ka ʻōhule.The head of the bald man is smooth.kahania₁
ʻōhumuʻO ka ʻōhumu e make ke aliʻi.The plot to kill the king.ʻōhumu
 ʻōhumu kiniconstantly complainingʻōhumu
ʻōhumuhumukuʻu hoa ʻōhumuhumuthe friend to whom I may unburden myselfʻōhumuhumu
ʻōhunaHe ʻōhuna nalo ʻole kāu i ka ʻike a kuʻu ʻohe nānā.Yours is a secret that cannot be hidden from my telescope.ʻōhuna₁
ʻōhunepiʻi ka ʻōhune welato get a heat rashʻōhune wela
 piʻi ka ʻōhune welato get prickly heatpiʻi₂
ʻohuʻohuʻohuʻohu i leidecked with leisʻohuʻohu₁
oiMai oi aku ʻolua a kokoke.Don't you two move up too close.oi₁
 Pau ke oi ʻana o lāua mau kino.Their bodies stopped slouching about [in anger].oi₁
 Oi noke, 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
 Oi noke, 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
 Oi noke, 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
 Oi noke, 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
ʻoiʻOi kaʻakaʻa ka maka.While the eyes are open [and there is still life].maka₁
 Hele kākou ʻoi maʻu.Let's go while it's cool.maʻū₁
 ʻOi kēia mamua o kēlā.This is better than that; lit., superior this before that.mua₁
 Maui ka ʻoi.Maui indeed is the best.nō ka ʻoi
 E ulu mai ka puka o ke dālā maʻō pakeneka ʻaʻole e ʻoi aku maʻō o ʻelima pakeneka o ka makahiki. [maʻō >> ma o ?? ]The interest on the money grows because of the percentage of not more than five percent yearly.ʻō₁
 I laila ka ʻoi kepa lua o Hinamoe.There the sharp double snapping [tusks] of Hinamoe.ʻoi₁
 a ʻoi, emi mai,more or lessʻoi₂
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oiaoia neʻe aku i ka hana a pau ke ahojust pushing ahead the work until exhaustedneʻe₁
 Oia inu mai , ā noho ʻia e ka lekeona.Just drinking until possessed by a legion.lekeona
ʻoiaHe kau maka ʻoia na kona hoaloha.He is the object of his friend's affection and respect.maka₂
 Makaʻala ʻoia i ka ʻaʻahu o kāna kāne.She tends carefully to her husband's clothes.makaʻala
 Ua holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 Ua ʻauʻau akule ʻoia i ka wai a pau ka makakai.He bathed in fresh water so as to be rid of the spray.makakai
 Ā ua lilo ihola ʻoia i mea hoʻomakaleho mau ʻia e kaikamahine maka onaona o Kauaʻi.This became something much wanted by the fragrant-eyed girls of Kauaʻi.maka onaona
 Makaʻu ʻoia i ke kaua.He is afraid of war.makaʻu
 Ua makawelawela wale mai ʻoia iaʻu.He hated me for nothing.makawelawela
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ʻoiaiE hoʻomalu kākou ʻoiai e hoʻomaka ana ka hālāwai.Let us be quiet while the meeting begins.malu₁
 ʻoiai au i ke kulawhile I was at schoolʻoiai₁
 ʻoiai i ke au o Kamehamehaduring the time of Kamehamehaʻoiai₁
 Ua hōʻeha ʻoia ʻoiai ʻaʻohe ona lima.He was hurt, but not his hands.ʻoiai₂
 E pāpāʻōlelo kāua, ʻoiai ka manaʻo i ʻaneʻilet's converse while the desire is here.pāpāʻōlelo
 He aha ka pilikia o ke kīhā, ʻoiai he puʻu hoʻomaha ia.What's wrong with belching, for it is a source of physical relief.puʻu hoʻomaha
 ʻOiai ua loaʻa he mau ʻaoʻao kālaiʻāina ma ke aupuni o ʻAmelika Hui ʻia, ʻōlelo wale ʻia he aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua ia no ka nānā nui ʻia o ʻelua wale ʻaoʻao.Although there are a number of political parties in the U.S., it is generally said that it is a two-party system since only two parties are considered by most.aupuni ʻaoʻao ʻelua
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ʻoiaʻiʻo mea ʻoiaʻiʻofacts, true itemsʻoiaʻiʻo
 ʻO au me ka ʻoiaʻiʻo.I am, sincerely; yours truly.ʻoiaʻiʻo
 ʻOiaʻiʻo hoʻi.Is that so, So. [as in surprise, anger]ʻoiaʻiʻo
 ʻOiaʻiʻo, he ʻoiaʻiʻo, he ʻoiaʻiʻo.Verily, verily.ʻoiaʻiʻo
 ʻOiaʻiʻo, he ʻoiaʻiʻo, he ʻoiaʻiʻo.Verily, verily.ʻoiaʻiʻo
 He like me ka ʻole loa kekahi, he ʻoiaʻiʻo kekahi.Those of some are as though of no value at all, those of others true.ʻole loa
 E manaʻo ana he ʻoiaʻiʻo ka ʻōlelo a ʻelemākule, ʻaʻole uaneʻi.It was thought that the word of the old men was true, but it was not.uaneʻi
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ʻoiʻenehanaʻoiʻenehana kūkuluconstruction industrykūkulu₂
 ʻoiʻenehana kāpilimanufacturing industrykāpili
 ʻāina ʻoiʻenehanadeveloped or first world countryʻāina
 ʻāina ʻoiʻenehanadeveloped country; first world countryʻoiʻenehana
 He ʻāina ʻoiʻenehana ʻo Kelemānia; ʻo ka hana kaʻa kekahi o ʻoiʻenehana o laila.Germany is an industrialized country; car manufacturing is one of its businesses.ʻoiʻenehana
 He ʻāina ʻoiʻenehana ʻo Kelemānia; ʻo ka hana kaʻa kekahi o ʻoiʻenehana o laila.Germany is an industrialized country; car manufacturing is one of its businesses.ʻoiʻenehana
 Inā emi ka nui o pāhana kūkulu, a laila, ʻike ʻia ka ʻalu nui ma ka ʻoiʻenehana kūkulu.If there are not many construction projects going on, the construction industry falls into a real slump.ʻoiʻenehana kūkulu
ʻoihanaʻoihana mahi ʻaiagricultural industry, farmingmahi ʻai₁
 Ua holomua ʻoia, ā he ʻoihana nohoʻi ia nāna i makahehi nui.He advanced, an employment indeed in which he was much admired.makahehi
 ʻoihana mokunavymoku₃
 ʻike pili ʻoihanaprofessional knowledgeʻoihana₁
 ma o ka ʻoihanaex officioʻoihana₁
 noho ʻoihanaoffice or job holder; to stay in an office or jobʻoihana₁
 ʻoihana mahi ʻaiagricultural industryʻoihana₁
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oikūEia Hawaiʻi nui o Keawe, ke oikū nei me ka ʻehaʻeha.Here is great Hawaiʻi of Keawe, heaving spasms of pain.oikū
ʻōʻiliʻōʻili ka makato come up, as seeds, bulbs; to sproutʻōʻili₁
 ʻapoʻapo aʻela kona ʻōʻilitroubled, agitatedʻōʻili₂
 Kuʻu ʻōʻili ke lele wale nei.My heart throbs with strong emotions.ʻōʻili₂
 ʻŌʻili lua kēlā hale e maila i ka puʻu.That house on the hill is very conspicuous.ʻōʻili lua
 ʻŌʻili pulelo ke ahi o Kamaile.The firebrands of Kamaile rise in triumph.pulelo
 ʻŌʻili pulelo ʻo ka Punahou.Punahou triumphs.pulelo
 ʻŌʻili maila ʻo ʻAiohikupua a ma ke alo o Ihuanu ihola, a ua ʻūpoʻipoʻi limaʻAiohikupua appeared before Ihuanu and stood there and slapped his cupped hands against his body [to resound defiantly].ʻūpoʻipoʻi
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ʻōʻiliʻiliua ʻōʻiliʻilirain that comes and goesʻōʻiliʻili
ʻōʻioʻO ka ʻōʻio halalē ke kai .As for the ʻōʻio fish, smacking good the sauce.halalē
ʻoiʻoiHe ʻoiʻoi Maui HikinaEast Maui is prominent indeed. [said of a superior thing, as of feminine beauty].ʻoiʻoi₁
  lāʻau ʻoiʻoithorn hedgeʻoiʻoi₂
  lāʻau ʻoiʻoithorn hedgepā lāʻau₁
oʻioʻinakahi oʻioʻinainnoʻioʻina
ʻōiwiHui ʻōiwi.Society of native sons.ʻōiwi₁
 lamalama ka ʻōiwia physique glowing with healthʻōiwi₂
 Maikaʻi hoʻi ia ala ʻōiwi kino.He certainly has a fine physique.ʻōiwi₂
 Nani ka ʻōiwi o Hilo i ka lehua.Hilo appears beautiful with lehua.ʻōiwi₂
 Pūpū wahi kūʻōʻō ka mahi ʻai o uka; ola ia kini he mahi ʻai na ka ʻōiwi.The upland farmer gathers the small injured sweet potatoes; the multitudes find life, when the farmer farms for himself. [though the potatoes may be small, the independent farmer supplies his kin] ʻōiwi₃
 Pūpū wahi kūʻōʻō ka mahi ʻai o uka; ola ia kini he mahi ʻai na ka ʻōiwi.The upland farmer gathers the small injured sweet potatoes; the multitudes find life, when the farmer farms for himself. [though the potatoes may be small, the independent farmer supplies his kin].pūpū₅
 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
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ʻokaʻoka pākahikahià la carte, as on a menuʻikamu
 E ʻoka ana ʻoe i ka saleta?Are you going to order the salad?ʻoka
ʻōkaʻaʻōkaʻa lau halaroll of pandanus leavesʻōkaʻa
ʻōkaika ʻōkai makanithe rough windʻōkai
ʻōkaʻiI ʻapa kāua i ka ʻāolo o ka ʻōkaʻi me ka pulelehua i kāua ala hele.We were delayed by the obstruction of the moths and butterflies in our way.ʻāolo
 ʻŌkaʻi ka ʻeʻa, ʻōkaʻi ka ʻeʻa, ʻōkaʻi huakaʻi ʻula.A marching cloud of dust, a red procession on the march [warriors with feather cloaks].ʻeʻa₁
 ʻŌkaʻi ka ʻeʻa, ʻōkaʻi ka ʻeʻa, ʻōkaʻi huakaʻi ʻula.A marching cloud of dust, a red procession on the march [warriors with feather cloaks].ʻeʻa₁
 Līlā 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
ʻōkaikaiKa lua o ʻōkaikai.Second of the days with rough sea.ʻōkaikai
 Ke mau ala ke ʻōkaikai ma Rusia.Rough seas continue for Russia.ʻōkaikai
ʻōkakalaPiʻi maila ka ʻōkakala.Goose flesh comes.ʻōkakala
ʻōkalaHe aha kēia ʻoehuehu nei, piʻi ʻōkala o ka hulu.What is this disturbance, this bristling of the fur?ʻoehuehu
ʻōkalakalaʻŌkalakala kāna pane.His reply was gruff.ʻōkalakala₁
 ʻŌkalakala koke aʻela ʻo ʻAiwohikupua e hele e mākaʻikaʻi i ka ʻaha mokomoko.ʻAiwohikupua bristled with eagerness to visit the boxing arena.ʻōkalakala₁
 Piʻi aʻela kona huhū ā ke poʻo ʻōkalakala.His anger flashed up to his bristling head.ʻōkalakala₁
 He puaʻa ʻōkalakala ʻola ʻulu, a he manu falamino ola ka hāmale...The balls were live hedgehogs, the mallets live flamingoes...puaʻa ʻōkalakala
 ʻōkalakala heu pāninibristling with fine cactus spinesheu
 kani ʻōkalakalascreechkani₁
 ʻŌkalakala hulu ʻauwae.Chin whiskers bristle, (of ranting).ʻōkalakala nā hulu ʻauwae
ʻokamilaulahi ʻokamilaoatmeal flakeulahi
 ulahi ʻokamilaoatmeal flakeʻokamila
ʻokanaʻokana wili limahand organʻokana₂
okaokaUa nau ʻia ka niu e ka puaʻa a okaoka.The coconut was chewed by the pig into small particles.okaoka
 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
ʻOkapokaKulanui o ʻOkapokaOxford UniversityʻOkapoka
ōkeaōkea pili maidrift gravel, said disparagingly of persons who attach themselves to others for support; parasite. Lit., gravel clingingōkea₁
ʻōkenaʻami nonoʻa ʻōkena iki (kino ʻō)(o) ofʻami₄
ʻōkeniUa loaʻa wahi ʻōkeni a limahana.The workers received some small change.ʻōkeni
 Ua like ka waiwai o kēia ʻōkeni me ka ʻelima kēneka.The value of this coin is five cents.waiwai
ʻokesailihatekalipuna ʻokesailihatecalcium oxilateʻokesailihate
ʻokesasidekupuriku ʻokesasidecupric oxidekupuriku
 feriku ʻokesasideferric oxideʻokesaside
 ferosoferiku ʻokesasideferrosoferric oxideʻokesaside
 ferousa ʻokesasideferrous oxideʻokesaside
 kupuriku ʻokesasidecupric oxideʻokesaside
okiKāhiko ā oki ā pāʻihiʻihi, lawe ā linohau ā mikihilina.Dressed in best, neatest finery, most fine and ornate.mikihilina
 He iʻa anei ka mākeke? ʻAʻole, he oki loa!Is there fish at the market? No, all gone.oki₁
 Ua oki ʻōlelo a kāua no ka mea ke oki mai nei ka ʻona o ka ʻawa iaʻu.Our talk stopped because the intoxication of the kava for me became extraordinary.oki₁
 Ua oki ʻōlelo a kāua no ka mea ke oki mai nei ka ʻona o ka ʻawa iaʻu.Our talk stopped because the intoxication of the kava for me became extraordinary.oki₁
 Kāhiko ā oki a pāʻihiʻihi.Dressed in best finery, so attractive.oki₂
 Oki nohoʻi ka hana a ka Hawaiʻi ʻimi loa.Wondrous indeed are the deeds of deep-seeking Hawaiʻi.oki₂
 oki pauextraordinaryoki₂
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ʻokiʻoki mahiolea haircut with crest of hair left down the middle of the headmahiole
 ʻoki maledivorcemale₃
 ʻOki ʻia ka naʻaumoa.The appendix was removed.naʻaumoa
 ʻoki ā lele ke poʻobeheadʻoki₁
 ʻoki i ka moeʻuhanecancel the dream [end bad effects of a dream by Christian prayer]ʻoki₁
 ʻoki i ʻaumākuato separate oneself from pagan worship of ʻaumākua godsʻoki₁
 ʻoki ka lauohoto have a haircutʻoki₁
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ʻokiaʻukulele ʻokiacutaway ʻukuleleʻokia
ʻōkihikihiʻŌkihikihi Ka ua ke nānā aku.Rain appears slanting.ʻōkihikihi
 ʻōkihikihi poʻohiwiangular, squared shouldersʻōkihikihi
ʻokikenehaikokene lua ʻokikene luahydrogen peroxide (H₂O₂)haikokene
 pōʻaiapuni ʻokikene kalapona ʻokikene luaoxygen-carbon dioxide cyclekalapona ʻokikene lua
 pōʻaiapuni ʻokikene kalapona ʻokikene luaoxygen-carbon dioxide cyclekalapona ʻokikene lua
 Hoʻohewa 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
 naikokene ʻokikene luanitrogen dioxidenaikokene
ʻokiʻokipai wela me mea ʻai ʻokiʻoki ʻiahot mince pie; lit., hot pie with cut up foodʻokiʻoki
 pepehi ā ʻokiʻoki holoholonato butcher animalspepehi₁
okoHe aha kēia e oko aʻe nei?Why this pushing ahead of others?oko
ʻokoʻaʻoihana ʻokoʻa o hua ʻōlelofunction of wordsʻoihana₁
 ʻai ʻokoʻacooked unpounded taro; lit., whole foodʻokoʻa₁
 hāʻawipio ʻokoʻato give up completely; unconditional surrenderʻokoʻa₁
 he hoʻokuli ʻokoʻa iho a pretense of being stone deafʻokoʻa₁
 holo ʻokoʻato run far awayʻokoʻa₁
 hoʻomaha ʻokoʻawhole rest, in musicʻokoʻa₁
 hua mele ʻokoʻawhole note, in musicʻokoʻa₁
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ʻōkohekohepuʻu ʻōkohekoheswollen tonsilsʻōkohekohe₁
 puʻu ʻōkohekoheswollen tonsilspuʻu₂
ʻōkoleʻO Kūmahumahukole, ʻōkole kaʻaka.Kū-steaming-buttocks, wretched buttocks [Kamapuaʻa insults foe, implying flatulency].mahumahu₁
 ʻŌkole maluna.Hawaiian translation of English toast "bottoms up" [this expression is condemned by older Hawaiians as vulgar and indecent because of the sacredness of the human body in, old belief].ʻōkole₁
okookohe ʻula okookofiery redokooko
 I loko ʻoia o ke okooko o ke kaua.He was in the heat of battle.okooko
 waha okookovenemous, slanderous mouthokooko
ʻOkosokaKe kai ʻo ʻOkosokaSea of OkhostkʻOkosoka
ʻOkotosokoKe kai ʻo ʻOkotosokoSea of OkhotskʻOkotosoko
ʻōkūAia maʻō e ʻōkū maila.There it is, standing over there.ʻōkū₁
 Ke kanaka ʻōkū mai i ka hoe.The man working hard with the paddles.ʻōkū₁
 ʻŌkū hoʻi au i ia ala hōʻino.I was horrified by his cursing.ʻōkū₂
ʻōkuʻekuʻeka ʻōkuʻekuʻe o ka puaʻapig knucklesʻōkuʻekuʻe₁
 pīʻoe ʻōkuʻekuʻeacorn barnacleʻōkuʻekuʻe₂
ʻōkueneʻōkuene papa pihikeyboard layoutʻōkuene
ʻōkuhihaku kōmi ʻōkuhito write a (computer) scripthaku
 haku kōmi ʻōkuhito write a (computer) script; scriptingkōmi ʻōkuhi
 Ua wehewehe ʻia ʻōkuhi a mōakāka.The instructions were explained clearly.mōakāka
 haku kōmi ʻōkuhito write a (computer) script; scriptingʻōkuhi
 kōmi ʻōkuhiscript, i.e. a set of computer codes programmed to run consecutively in a computer systemʻōkuhi
ʻōkūkūʻŌkūkū ihola mākou e nānā i ka iʻa o ka loko.We stood looking at the fish in the pond.ʻōkūkū₁
 ʻŌkūkū ka nuku o ka humuhumu i ka ʻilikai.The noses of the humuhumu rise above the surface of the sea.ʻōkūkū₁
ʻokukuʻuʻOkukuʻu ka noe i ka mauna.The mist settles on the mountain.ʻokukuʻu
ʻōkumaMaka ʻōkuma i ke kapu, ʻo ke kapu o ka haku.Face encrusted with taboo, taboo of the lord.ʻōkuma
ʻōkumuʻōkumu laustump sending out shootsʻōkumu₂
ʻōkuʻuʻōkuʻu to crouch dejectedpū₁₁
olamāihi olato escape by the skin of one's teeth; to barely escape [lit., to scrape life.]māihi
 Ola ka makapehu iʻa ʻole.The suffering from lack of fish is over.makapehu
 Ka mālama ʻole i haʻi ola.Negligence of the lives of others.mālama₁
 Mālama ola kaʻawale.Separate maintenance.mālama ola
 Ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia no ka mālama ola ʻole.He was sued for nonsupport.mālama ola
 ola manawakolulife everlastingmanawakolu
 Ka i ka mauli ola.Sun at the source of life.mauli ola
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ʻolaHe puaʻa ʻōkalakala ʻola ʻulu, a he manu falamino ola ka hāmale...The balls were live hedgehogs, the mallets live flamingoes...puaʻa ʻōkalakala
OlaʻaʻAʻohe 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
ōlaʻiŌlaʻi ikaika loa i ʻike ʻole ʻia kona lua.Very strong earthquake, the like of which had never been seen before.lua₄
 pālākiō ikehu ōlaʻiRichter scaleikehu
 Ua nui ʻino manunu muli ōlaʻi he mau ma hope o ke ōlaʻi nui.Many aftershocks were felt days after the big earthquake.manunu muli ōlaʻi
 Ua nui ʻino manunu muli ōlaʻi he mau ma hope o ke ōlaʻi nui.Many aftershocks were felt days after the big earthquake.manunu muli ōlaʻi
 manunu muli ōlaʻiaftershock, i.e. a minor shock following an earthquakemuli
 kiko ōlaʻiepicenterōlaʻi
 manunu muli ōlaʻiaftershock, i.e. a minor shock following an earthquakeōlaʻi
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OlajuwonMe he nalo mumulu ʻo Ewing ma ke kaupale ʻana Olajuwon.Ewing was like a fly all over Olajuwon while defending him.kaupale
olakinokāne olakino maikaʻiable-bodied maleolakino
 mea olakinothings necessary for life, as foodolakino
 Emi mau ke olakino.The health keeps failing.emi₁
 Ke mālama pono ʻia ke olakino, he ehuola ke kino no ka lōʻihi o ke ola ʻana.When you keep your health in good condition, your body will have vigor for a long time in your lifetime.ehuola
 He hōʻike kāna kāleka olakino he ahuahu wale kōna olakino.Her fitness card showed that she was in good health.kāleka olakino
 He hōʻike kāna kāleka olakino he ahuahu wale kōna olakino.Her fitness card showed that she was in good health.kāleka olakino
 kūlana olakinohealth statuskūlana
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ʻōlalaʻŌlala ia i kona kino i ka .He laid down his body in the sun.ʻōlala₂
ʻolalauKaha ʻolalau i ke kaha peʻa.To mark an X incorrectly. [as on a ballot]ʻolalau
ʻōlaliMa ia mau alanui malihini āu i ʻōlali hoʻokahi ai.On these unfamiliar paths you travel all alone.ʻōlali₁
 E ua ana ka ua a kika malama, ʻōlali kika ana kikika i ka ua.The rain rains so that the month is slippery, bright, slippery, slippery in the rain.kika₁
ʻŌlaniNa ʻŌlani ke kuʻia kime mua; ua paʻi hewa ʻo ia i ka lima o kōna hoa paio ia e ana.ʻŌlani committed the first team foul; he accidentally hit his opponent's arm as he was shooting.kuʻia kime
ʻolāʻolāʻolāʻolā ka ihuto snore with short puffsʻolāʻolā
 He lohena kaʻu i ka ʻolāʻolā.I heard a gurgling.lohena
ʻōlaʻolaʻoʻAʻole ia e paʻipaʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻōlaʻolaʻo ʻia.It shall not be pruned, nor dug.ʻōlaʻolaʻo
 ʻAʻole ia e paʻipaʻi ʻia, ʻaʻole hoʻi e ʻōlaʻolaʻo ʻia.It shall not be pruned, nor dug.paʻipaʻi₃
ʻōlapaʻŌlapa ka hoe a ka lawaiʻa, he ʻino.The fisherman's paddle flashes, a storm. [of haste]ʻōlapa₁
ʻōlapalapaPiʻi ʻōlapalapa kona inaina me ka huhū.His wrath flared forth angrily.ʻōlapalapa₁
olelei oledogtooth leiole₁
ʻolemaʻemaʻe ʻoleuncleanmaʻemaʻe
 Mai ʻike ʻole ʻia .[He] was hardly seen at all (said sarcastically of a show-off).mai₃
 Ola ka makapehu iʻa ʻole.The suffering from lack of fish is over.makapehu
 mākaukau ʻoleunprepared, unskilled, unqualified, not readymākaukau₁
 make ʻoledeathless, immortalmake₁
 Ka mālama ʻole i haʻi ola.Negligence of the lives of others.mālama₁
 Ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia no ka mālama ola ʻole.He was sued for nonsupport.mālama ola
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ʻolēʻolē leo nuifoghornʻolē₁
ʻōlelaNo ka puana māmala maikaʻi ma ka ʻōlela Hawaiʻi, pono e maha ka leo ma hope wale o kekahi poke.For good phrasing in Hawaiian, one must pause only after a poke.puana māmala
ʻolelepāHe keʻa puaʻa maka ʻolelepā.A boar with unrestrained eyes. [a fierce warrior]ʻolelepā
ʻōlelohe mau ʻōlelo maʻamaʻaleacrafty wordsmaʻamaʻalea
 ʻōlelo maʻamaucommon wordmaʻamau
 ʻōlelo mahalocomplimentmahalo₁
 he maikaʻi ʻōlelogoodess in speech [with implication that actions are not good]maikaʻi
 ʻōlelo hoʻomaikaʻicompliment, congratulationsmaikaʻi
 ʻōlelo makawelawords of hatredmakawela₁
 ʻōlelo hoʻomākeʻakajoke, witticism-mākeʻaka
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ʻōlelokīkēkēʻōlelokīkēkēconversation, phrases-kīkēkē
ʻolēʻolēKani ʻolēʻolē ka waha o ka uila.The mouth of the lightning makes an incessant noise [of a garrulous person].ʻolēʻolē₂
ʻōlepeʻO ka maka mua kēia o koʻu hoʻāʻo ʻana i ka ʻōlepe.This is the first time I've tasted an oyster.maka mua
 ʻŌlepe ʻia kaupoku e ka makani.The roofs were ripped off by the wind.ʻōlepe pū
 Ua hoʻololi ʻia leka o ka pukaaniani ʻōlepe i nehinei.The jalousie slats were changed yesterday.leka₄
ʻōlepolepoA kāhiko nohoʻi makaʻāinana i ʻole e ʻōlepolepo maka o ke aliʻi ke nānā mai.The commoners were dressed up so as not to offend the eyes of the chiefs who might look upon them.ʻōlepolepo
 ʻŌlepolepo ka ʻōpū.The stomach is out of order, needs cleansing.ʻōlepolepo
ʻolepūE ʻolepū ana i mea kūpono ʻole o kēia moʻolelo.Discarding all that is valueless in this story.ʻolepū
ʻōlewaPenei ke kulekele, akā naʻe, he ʻōlewa i ka kūpono.This is the policy, but it can be flexible when appropriate.ʻōlewa
oliE hoʻonomenome ʻoe i waha ā hiki i ka e pau ai kuʻu oli ʻana.Mouth your words until I finish my chant.nomenome
 E aʻo mai ʻoe i ke oli ʻoi ola honua.Learn the chant while there is opportunity.ola honua
 ke olithe chantoli
 mea olichanteroli
 oli hoʻoulutaunting chant, as before combatulu₂
 He kālena ko Kaʻupena no ke oli ʻana.Kaʻupena has a talent for chanting.kālena
 Kau akula ia i kēia kau ma ke oli.He offered this sacred chant in the chanted song.kau₃
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ʻolimele ʻoligay songmele₁
  ʻOliGlad Tidings (hymn composed by Robert Lowry 1873)nū ʻoli
ʻolikoKa ua ʻoliko i ka lani.The rain sparkling in the sky.ʻoliko
ʻolilikoKa ʻoliliko wai a ka ua.Liquid sparkling of the rain.ʻoliliko₁
ʻOlimepikaHe mau kānaka no Hawaiʻi nei i kāʻili i ka lei o ka lanakila ma Hoʻokūkū ʻOlimepika.Many Hawaiians have captured the garland of victory at the Olympics.ʻOlimepika
ʻōlinoHe ʻōlino aloha kēia iāʻoe ē.This is a bright ray of love for you.ʻōlino₁
ʻōlinolinoE lilo ka lepo ʻōlinolino i wai ʻauʻauthe parched ground shall become a bathing poolʻōlino₁
 Mehe ʻōlinolino ke nānā aku, a me ke keleawe hoʻohuali ʻia.Like the brightness of the sun to look upon, and gleaming bronze.huali
 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
 E lilo ka lepo ʻōlinolino i wai ʻauʻau.The parched ground shall become a bathing pool.ʻōlinolino₂
olioliKau akula ʻo Halemano i kēia kau olioli.Halemano then sang this chanting song.olioli
ʻoliʻoliʻEha malakia ka ʻili i ka ʻoliʻoli.The skin is hurt, sore with joy.malakia
 ʻEha malakia ka ʻili i ka ʻoliʻoli.The skin is hurt, sore with joy.ʻoliʻoli
 Lelele ka houpo i ka ʻoliʻoli.The heart leaps for joy.houpo
ʻōliʻuliʻuʻŌliʻuliʻu ke ala e maʻawe nei.Indistinct the path tread here.ʻōliʻuliʻu₁
OlivaKa Lau Oliva.[The Olive Leaf], a monthly magazine edited by H. H. Parker 1871–3.lau ʻoliwa
ʻOliwekaKa Mauna ʻOliweka ma ka hulina alo o ka luakini.Mount of Olives opposite the temple.hulina alo
oloOlo ke kani o ka pila.The instruments sounded together.olo₂
 Ua olo pawa ke kani nei ka moa.The dawn sounds are here, the cocks crow.olo₂
 Ka nākolo o , kōwelo hae, olo kani pele, hone ana pilaguns rumbled, flags fluttered, bells pealed, and stringed instruments played sweetly.olo kani
ʻolohakahe maiʻa, he ʻolohaka o lokoa banana tree, hollow inside [said of one lacking strength]ʻolohaka
 ka ʻolohaka o ka waihonadeficit in the treasuryʻolohaka
 poʻo ʻolohakanumskull, empty head, dunceʻolohaka
ʻolohaniʻOiai ʻaʻole i hiki i ka ʻuniona a me ka hui ke hoʻopaʻa i ka ʻaelike, ua kauoha ʻia ia mau ʻaoʻao e komo i ke kūkaʻi ʻaelike ʻuniona e ka luna hoʻokolokolo i mea e hōʻalo ai i ka ʻolohani.Since the union and the company could not settle the contract, both sides were ordered by the judge to enter into collective bargaining to avert a strike.kūkaʻi ʻaelike ʻuniona
ʻōloheka lua ʻōlohe o ke ālialiathe barren pit of the salt marshʻōlohe₁
 ʻōlohe makapale faces [in a later edition of the Bible this was changed to nananakea]ʻōlohe₃
 ʻO mākou ʻōlohe āiwaiwa hialoa ma ka .We are the most wondrously skilled experts of the day.hialoa
 ʻĪlio ʻōlohe kona ʻāina.His land is fierce as a hairless dog.ʻīlio ʻōlohe
ʻōloheloheHe ʻano ʻole ka honua, ua ʻōlohelohe.The earth was without form and barren.ʻōlohelohe
 ʻōlohelohe ke kuʻemakaeyebrows very sparseʻōlohelohe
 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
ʻolohewakāhea pau ahi ʻolohewafalse fire alarmʻolohewa
oloʻioKe oloʻio nei pōkā kila.The steel bullets dart swiftly.ʻoloʻio
ʻolokaʻaUa ʻā uahi Puna, ʻo ka ʻolokaʻa pōhaku ʻia i ka hūnā paʻa ʻia e ka WahinePuna burns and smokes, rocks roll over it and it is buried solidly by the Woman.ʻolokaʻa₁
olokēOlokē, oloolokē, piʻoloke ka leo o ka palila.Agitated, agitating, frightened the cry of the palila bird.olokē
ʻolokeʻaUa hana kamanā i mau ʻolokeʻa lāʻau ā puni ka hale pele.The carpenters built a wooden scaffolding around the belfry.ʻolokeʻa₁
 ʻolokeʻa palapaladocument outline, as in a computer programʻolokeʻa₂
ʻolokūʻOlokū wale i ka pilikia.Disturbed by trouble.ʻolokū
ʻololāHānau kāne wai ʻololī, ʻo ka wahine wai ʻololāman is born for narrow stream, woman for broad stream.ʻololā₁
 Hānau kāne wai ʻololī, ʻo ka wahine wai ʻololā.Man is born for narrow stream, woman for broad stream.ʻololī
ʻololahaʻololaha analahiellipseʻololaha
ʻololīHānau kāne wai ʻololī, ʻo ka wahine wai ʻololāman is born for narrow stream, woman for broad stream.ʻololā₁
 Hānau kāne wai ʻololī, ʻo ka wahine wai ʻololā.Man is born for narrow stream, woman for broad stream.ʻololī
 He ala ʻololī kāhuna.Priests have a narrow path.ʻololī
 ʻuhane ʻololīthin, shriveled soul or ghostʻuhane
olonāUa 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
 Kaekae ke olonā.The olonā fibers are perfectly cleaned.olonā
 olonā i hilo ʻiafine twirled linenolonā
 E hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻoe i ka pālule olonā a e hana ʻoe i ke kāʻei, he humuhumu ʻōniʻoniʻo.You shall weave the coat in checkerwork of fine linen … and shall make a girdle embroidered with needlework.ʻōniʻoniʻo
 Pūliki ʻia i ka ʻēpoda olonā.Did wear a linen ephod.pūliki₁
 wāwae olonālinen breecheswāwae₁
 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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ʻoloʻolowaiū ʻoloʻolosagging breastsʻoloʻolo₁
 ʻOloʻolo aku i hope.Kū i ke aʻu (saying), lagging behind, struck by a swordfish.ʻoloʻolo₃
oloolokēOlokē, oloolokē, piʻoloke ka leo o ka palila.Agitated, agitating, frightened the cry of the palila bird.olokē
ʻoloʻolōnaʻO kaʻu ʻoloʻolōna kēia i kauoha ʻia mai ai.This is the load required of me.ʻoloʻolōna
ʻolopalaHoʻokolohe lua nei mau ʻolopala.These old fellows are very, very, mischievous.ʻolopala
ʻOlopanaʻO ʻOlopana ke aliʻi o ia e noho ana ma Oʻahu nei.ʻOlopana was the chief of this time ruling here on Oʻahu.noho₂
  ʻOlopana me ke kahuna e huli alo ana.While ʻOlopana and the priest faced each other.huli alo
ʻolowaʻaKa ʻolowaʻa ʻauwai o Roma.The water aqueduct of Rome.ʻolowaʻa
olowaluKa ʻalo ʻana o ke olowalu ihe.Dodging the onslaught of spears.olowalu₁
 Olowalu aʻela moa.The cocks crowed.olowalu₁
 ʻale olowalubillows that follow one after the otherʻale₁
ʻoluKa ʻolu o ka noho ʻanaThe amenities of life.ʻolu
 ʻOlu kona kino i ka hula.Her body is supple in the hula.ʻolu
 Na ka Maʻaʻa i hoʻowaianuhea ā ʻolu wale.Cooled by the Maʻaʻa wind so as to be pleasant.waianuhea
 Ka leo ʻolu hoʻīloli o ka waipahē.Sweet voice alive with tenderness.hoʻīloli
 Ka leo ʻolu hoʻīloli o ka waipahē.Sweet voice alive with tenderness.ʻīloli₁
 Kāmau kīʻaha i ʻolu, i paheʻe i puʻu ke moni.Tip the glass and enjoy it, let it glide down your throat as you swallow.kāmau₂
 Ka waikekē ʻolu kohai o Lādana.The refreshing tipsy whiskey of London.kohai
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ʻoluaMai lohi ʻolua o mania ka imu.Don't be slow or the oven will cool.mania₄
 Aloha ʻolua na Kawai.Greetings to you both from Kawai. [close of a letter]na
 Mai oi aku ʻolua a kokoke.Don't you two move up too close.oi₁
  ʻoluayour, yours (of two)ʻolua
 He ʻōpē wale ʻolua hele ʻana.Your walk is quite feeble.ʻōpē
 E paʻa ā paʻa ʻolua i ke kaula.Hold fast to the rope.paʻa₁
 E hoʻohaʻahaʻa ʻia ʻolua mau poʻokela.Your principalities shall come down.poʻokela
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ʻOlumepikaMauna ʻOlumepikaMount Olympus; Olympus Mons, a volcano on Marsmauna
  Pāʻani ʻOlumepika HoʻoiloWinter Olympic Gamesʻolumepika
 Mauna ʻOlumepikaMount Olympus; Olympus Mons, a volcano on MarsʻOlumepika
ʻoluʻolumakani ʻoluʻolufair windmakani₁
 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 ʻoluʻoluto live comfortablynoho₂
 Ke noi aku nei au i kou ʻoluʻolu.I am asking a favor of you.noi
 Ma laila i hōʻoiaʻiʻo ai lāua i lāua mau minute ʻoluʻolu.There they fulfilled their minutes of pleasure.ʻoiaʻiʻo
 ʻaʻahu ʻoluʻolucomfortable, casual, informal wearʻoluʻolu
 ʻAʻole o lākou ʻoluʻolu i ʻelua dālā.They are not satisfied with two dollars.ʻoluʻolu
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ʻomahoʻō ʻomato put in an ovenʻō₂
 ke ʻomabaking panʻoma₁
 pelehū ʻomaroast turkeyʻoma₁
 hoʻō ʻomato put in an ovenhoʻō₁
ʻōmakaNani hoʻi lau nahele e ʻōmaka ana, e mohala ana ā e makalapua ana.Beautiful indeed are the budding plants, opening and blossoming.makalapua
 ʻŌmaka aʻela ka huli, ʻōmaka aʻela ka huli, ʻōmaka nohoʻi ka nahele.The taro top leafs out, the plants too leaf out.ʻōmaka₁
 ʻŌmaka aʻela ka huli, ʻōmaka aʻela ka huli, ʻōmaka nohoʻi ka nahele.The taro top leafs out, the plants too leaf out.ʻōmaka₁
 Ka pēpē ʻana o kou mau ʻōmaka.The crushing of your breasts.ʻōmaka₂
 He pēpē ʻōmaka no Hilo, i ka paʻakai, uāniʻi.A crushing of the fish ʻōmaka from Hilo, touched with salt, stiffens [of a weakling].pēpē₁
 Mai ka ʻōmaka ʻana o ka ma Kumukahi ā ka welo ʻana a ka i Lehua.From the rising of the sun at Kumukahi to the setting of the sun at Lehua.welo₂
 Haukawewe hoʻi ʻōmaka wai o Kūlanihākoʻi.The stream sources of Kūlanihākoʻi pour down.haukawewe
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ʻōmamaka ʻōmamaka kēwai o paka ua.The liquid beginnings of raindrops.ʻōmamaka
  ʻōmamaka kēwai o paka ua.The liquid beginnings of raindrops.paka ua
ʻōmaʻokai ʻōmaʻo, ʻelekū, ʻele hiwa, ʻelemoe, ʻelewawāsea green, jet-black, sacred black, silent black, tumultuous blackʻelemoe₁
ʻŌmaʻokāmaʻuHele 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
ʻōmaomaoHe 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
ʻōmaʻomaʻoʻano ʻōmaʻomaʻogreenishʻōmaʻomaʻo₁
 Hiki i ke kameleona ke ʻoʻolopū i kona kohu ʻana, i hinahina, i ʻōmaʻomaʻo, i ʻeleʻele.The chameleon can change his appearance to gray, green, black.kohu₁
 Ua hoʻomau keiki iho nei ʻo ia me kekahi honu ʻōmaʻomaʻo kāne ma kai kokoke.She mated earlier with a male green turtle nearby in the water.hoʻomau₃
ʻomeana ʻomeohmmeterʻome
ʻōmeaUa ʻōmea ʻia ke kuahiwi.The hills are reddish.ʻōmea₁
 Ua hehi ka Hawaiʻi, he ʻōmea Pele no Hiʻiaka.The sun has trod upon Hawaiʻi, Pele is loved of Hiʻiaka.ʻōmea₂
 E ʻōmea aku i ka moena.Put the mat in the sun.ʻōmea₃
 Ua ʻōmea ʻia ke kuahiwi, kamaʻehu ʻōwela ulu wela ka lani.The hill is red-brown, the divine one is red-hot, hot waxing [in anger].kamaʻehu
ʻōmiloka ʻōmilo o kona mau lihithe curl of its petalslihi₇
ʻōmiluʻAʻohe ʻano o ia mea, he ʻōmilu.This thing has no significance, it's a mere trifle.ʻōmilu₂
ʻōminoHe ukuhi ʻōhemo keiki, ʻōmino ʻalalehe, ka ʻalalehe, ka uwē wale.Weaning children are sickly, crying and fretful, weak, just crying.ʻalalehe
omoʻili omo waisuction tubeomo₁
 keiki omo waiūsuckling childomo₁
 omo i ka hanusuck in the breath, gasphanu
ʻōmoleʻōmole ʻailacruse of oilʻōmole₁
 ʻōmole kālanigallon jar, gallon jugkālani
 ʻōmole mālama ʻelalainsect holding jarʻelala
 ʻōmole pepehi ʻelalainsect killing jarʻelala
ʻōmolemolekukui ʻōmolemolea kukui nut finished for a lei, but smooth and without design, less choice than the ioio or ʻōpakaʻōmolemole
omoolakoʻe omoolaparasitic worm, e.g. heartworm, nematode, roundworm, tapeworm, etc. lit., parasite wormkoʻe
ʻōmoukahi ʻōmoucomb to hold the hair in place or for ornamentationʻōmou
 kui ʻōmoustick pin, common pinʻōmou
 pine ʻōmoubroochʻōmou
 pua ʻōmoucorsageʻōmou
 pōkē ʻōmoucorsagepōkē
omowahoʻae omowahosolvent front, i.e. the leading edge of a moving solvent as in a developing chromatogramomowaho
ʻōmuʻoʻŌmuʻo ʻia aʻe ia hana i ka kūpono loa.That project was nipped in the bud at the proper time.ʻōmuʻo
ʻōmuʻomuʻoKe ulu ʻōmuʻomuʻo nei ke .The cane growth is petering out.ʻōmuʻomuʻo
onaUa hele mai au ma ona ala.I came for his sake.ma
 Ua hōʻeha ʻoia ʻoiai ʻaʻohe ona lima.He was hurt, but not his hands.ʻoiai₂
 Eia mai au ʻo Mākālei, lāʻau ona mau ʻia e ka iʻa.Here am I, Mākālei, wood always attractive to fish.ona₂
 No ke aha e ona ʻoe?Why should you be infatuated?ona₂
 kalakoa me ona mau lipinecalico and also ribbonsona₅
 Lawe mai i puke, i pepa, a me ona mau peni.Bring books, paper, and also pencils.ona₅
 Paʻa mai me ona lole ʻauʻau.Bring some bathing suits too.paʻa₁
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ʻonaUa oki ʻōlelo a kāua no ka mea ke oki mai nei ka ʻona o ka ʻawa iaʻu.Our talk stopped because the intoxication of the kava for me became extraordinary.oki₁
 hōʻole wai ʻonaprohibition of intoxicantsʻole₁
 mea ʻonadrug, intoxicant, narcoticʻona₁
 wai ʻonaintoxicating liquorʻona₁
 E ʻona ʻia ana e aʻu.Owned by me.ʻona₂
 ʻOʻoki maila ka ʻona o ka ʻawa.The intoxication of the kava took effect.ʻoʻoki₂
 hōʻole wai ʻonaprohibition of intoxicantswai ʻona
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ōnaʻO ke kanaka hoʻokae kanaka, ʻaʻohe ōna hilinaʻi a he inaina hoʻi i kānaka.Someone who is misanthropic is distrustful and has malice toward mankind.hoʻokae kanaka
 ʻEhia kikohoʻe o ka helu 327? ʻEkolu ōna kikohoʻe.How many digits are in the number 327? It has three digits.kikohoʻe
 ʻAʻohe ōna wahi ulu, koe wale ma ʻāina kopikala.It only grows in tropic lands.kopikala
 Aia moku a pau ōna i waena moana.All his ships are at sea.waena moana
 Hoʻopiʻi paʻalula ʻia ke kanaka ma ka ʻaha pane hoʻopiʻi, a pane akula ʻo ia ʻaʻohe ōna i ka hewa.The man was formally charged in the arraignment wherein he entered a plea of not guilty.ʻaha pane hoʻopiʻi
 ʻAʻohe ōna ʻike i ke kūkulu hale, akā, ua hai ʻia ʻo ia, no laila, ma ke aʻoahana ʻo ia e aʻo ai.He has no knowledge of homebuilding; however, he was hired, so he will learn through on-the-job training.aʻoahana
ʻōnaehanaʻōnaehana mānowaicardiovascular system, circulatory systemmāno wai
 ʻōnaehana mānowai kokocardiovascular system, circulatory systemmāno wai
 ʻōnaehana hoʻohuareproductive system, in biologyhoʻohua₁
 ʻōnaehana mīkā emilow-pressure system, in meteorology. cf. ʻōnaehana mīkā piʻiemi
 Ma mua o ka hoʻopaʻa ʻana i ka ʻōnaehana kālā, ʻo ka hailawe ʻana ka hana maʻamau a ka poʻe o Hawaiʻi nei.Before establishing the cash system, the barter system was prevalent among those living here in Hawaiʻi.hailawe
 ʻōnaehana hanurespiratory systemhanu
 ʻōnaehana hōmonaendocrine system, in biologyhōmona
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ʻōnaepuniKe kūkulu ʻia nei ka ʻōnaepuni o ke kaiahome hou: ʻo ke alanui ʻoe, ʻo ka paipu wai ʻoe, ʻo ka uea uila ʻoe.The infrastructure of the new neighborhood is under construction: roads, water lines, and power lines.ʻōnaepuni
ʻōnahaʻo ka hāpeʻepeʻe o ka hele, e ʻōnaha ai wāwaegoing with a limp and bowlegged. see also Nak. 79hāpeʻepeʻe
onaonaĀ 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
 Onaona māpuana o ka loke.The soft wafted fragrance of the rose.māpuana
 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
 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
 kole maka onaonasweet-eyed kole (a fish), [said of a person with alluring eyes]onaona
 Nolu i ke onaona.Softly fragrant with perfume.pē₂
 He aikāne, he pūnana na ke onaona.A friend is a nest of fragrance.pūnana₁
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oneI ka ikiiki nopu i ke one.In the hot sun warming the sand.nopu₂
 Ke one ʻai aliʻi o Kākuhihewa.The chief-destroying sands of Kākuhihewa [said of O'ahu because of the prophecy made by Kaʻōpulupulu about the death of the Oʻahu chiefs upon the coming of foreigners].one
 lalo onesubsandone
 one makawet sandone
 Lauahi 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
 Ē Hawaiʻi ē, kuʻu one hānau ē, kuʻu home kulāiwi nei.O Hawaiʻi, sands of my birth, my (beloved) native home.one hānau
 one ʻōpiopioclean, newly washed fresh sandʻōpiopio
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oneʻāI ka hiki ʻana mai o ke kolela, hoʻokahi helena o mākou oneʻā.When the cholera came, all at once we were all afflicted.oneʻā
 I ka hiki ʻana mai o ke kolela, hoʻokahi helena o mākou oneʻā.When the cholera came, all at once we were all afflicted.helena₁
ʻōneaneaka pau, ʻo ka ʻōneaneathe end, desolationʻōneanea
ʻoneʻi ʻoneʻi keikithe local youngstersʻoneʻi
 ʻAʻohe o ʻoneʻi wahine e like me ʻoe, ā inā nohoʻi no ʻaneʻi aku nei, ʻaʻole e hele, mai i ʻaneʻi; he kapu o ʻaneʻi, he make.None of the local women are like you, and had [you] been of this place, [you] would not have come here; it is taboo here, death.ʻaneʻi₁
  ʻoneʻi mokomoko nui.The big fighter of this place.kō₇
oniHala aʻe ka lae o Kalāʻau, oni ana Molokaʻi mamua.Passing Kalāʻau Point, Molokaʻi appears ahead.oni
 oni kalalea ke a ka lāʻau loathe tall tree stands and projects prominently [of an important person]kalalea
ʻoniE ʻoni ana keiki i ka ʻāina o ka makua kāne.The children are taking the matter of the father's land to court.ʻoni₁
 ka moe ʻoni ʻole a Niolopuathe sleep without movement of Niolopua [death]ʻoni₁
 ʻoni ā puhito squirm like an eelʻoni₁
 ʻoni hikiwawesudden movement, joltʻoni₁
 ʻoni ʻinoto jar, shake badlyʻoni₁
 ʻoni ʻoleimmovable, steadyʻoni₁
 Ua ʻoni ke keiki.The child has moved. [the fetus]ʻoni₁
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ʻoninaʻIke aku nei ʻoe i kēlā ʻonina? ka maʻe!Did you see that move? Wow, that was sweet!ʻonina
 pōʻai ʻonina kinopsycho-motor domain, as relating to the learning processʻonina
 He meaola ʻonina mākala ʻole ke kumulāʻau; ʻaʻohe ona neʻe nui ʻana nona iho.A tree is a living thing without motor skill; it is not able to move on its own.ʻonina mākala
ʻōniniNa ka ʻōnini lākou e lawe aku.A breath will take them away.ʻōnini₁
ʻōniʻoHe kākau kīʻoki ʻōniʻo i ka lae, he kīʻoki ʻo ke kīkākapu, ʻo ka iʻa kapu.Marked with bars and streaks on the forehead, the kīkākapu is [a fish] with bars [of color], a sacred fish.kīʻoki
ʻoniʻonikiʻi ʻoniʻonimoving picture, movieʻoniʻoni₁
 Kokoi hele kānaka i ke kiʻi ʻoniʻoni.The people rush in crowds to the movies.kokoi₁
ʻōniʻoniʻoE hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻoe i ka pālule olonā a e hana ʻoe i ke kāʻei, he humuhumu ʻōniʻoniʻo.You shall weave the coat in checkerwork of fine linen … and shall make a girdle embroidered with needlework.ʻōniʻoniʻo
 E hoʻōniʻoniʻo ʻoe i ka pālule olonā a e hana ʻoe i ke kāʻei, he humuhumu ʻōniʻoniʻo.You shall weave the coat in checkerwork of fine linen … and shall make a girdle embroidered with needlework.hoʻōniʻoniʻo
ʻonipaʻaʻOnipaʻa ana ka pono, ʻonipaʻa ana ka pono, ʻonipaʻa me ka makehia.Let the right stand firm, stand firm because it is wanted.makehia
 ʻOnipaʻa Liliʻuokalani mākia.Stand firm was Liliʻuokalani's motto.mākia₁
 ʻOnipaʻa ana ka pono, ʻonipaʻa me ka makehia.Let the right stand firm, stand firm because it is wanted.makehia
ʻōniuke ʻala ʻōniudizzy fragranceʻōniu₁
 ʻōniu huakēpauto set typeʻōniu₃
 ʻōniu hoʻolele hua kēpauto set typekēpau
 ka mākaukau maoli o Kekūhaupiʻo i ka ʻōniu ʻana i mea kauathe true proficiency of Kekūhaupiʻo in handling weaponsʻōniu₅
ono paʻaʻili onocubic yardiā₁
 pihi wili onohex nutpihi wili
 ʻope onosix-packʻope
ʻonoKe moʻala maila ka ʻono o ka ʻai.The savor of food has been renewed.moʻala₂
 He ʻono ke momoni aku.Delicious to swallow.momoni
 aʻalonoa ʻonotaste receptorʻono
 Hana ʻia maila ka wai ā ʻonoThe waters were made sweet.ʻono
 He ʻono ʻiʻo .How delicious.ʻono
 Hoʻomanawanui i ka ʻono.Wait patiently and you'll have what you crave.ʻono
 ʻono ka puʻutasty to the palate; lit., the throat cravesʻono
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ʻōnohiHe paʻakai poepoe liʻiliʻi, he ʻōnohi awa ka inoa.Small round-grained salt is called milkfish eyeball.ʻōnohi₁
 Kahi mea iāia ka ʻōnohi o ka pahu hula.The one who has the central [role] among hula drummers.ʻōnohi₁
 ʻōnohi kaimanaset diamondʻōnohi₁
 ʻŌnohi kau maka.Beloved one; lit., eyeball placed in the eye.ʻōnohi₁
 ʻōnohi uliulidark pupil of the eyeʻōnohi₁
 ʻO ka pulakaumaka ia, walania ke kiʻi ʻōnohi.That is the one constantly in mind like a particle in the eye, smarting the eyeballs.pulakaumaka
 Ke aweawe ʻōnohi i ke kulaThe sun's rays on the plainaweawe₁
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ʻOnomeaUa komo ko Tūtū ʻāina ma uka o ʻOnomea i loko o ka waiwai ʻāina noho kahu āna i waiho mai ai no mākou.Tūtū’s land above ʻOnomea was included in the land trust that he has left for us.waiwai ʻāina noho kahu
ʻōnoninoniHakukoʻi uli ka lani, ʻōnoninoni ke ao, wehiwa hāpokopoko ka ʻōpua.Agitated dark the heavens, disturbed the clouds, short dark cloud patches.wehiwa₂
 Hakukoʻi uli ka lani, ʻōnoninoni ke ao, wehiwa hāpokopoko ka ʻōpua.Agitated dark the heavens, disturbed the clouds, short dark cloud patches.hāpokopoko
ʻōnoʻonouʻAʻohe ia he kāne naʻu i makemake, nāna ka ʻōnoʻonou.He was not the husband I wanted, she forced him on me.ʻōnoʻonou
 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
ʻonouʻOnou ihola ka huli.To shove in the taro shoots.ʻonou
 Piha ʻonou.Full to the cramming point.ʻonou
 Ua ʻonou ʻoia i ka pepa i kuʻu lima.He thrust the paper into my hand.ʻonou
 Ke noho kūkonu nei wau ma kēia hihia; ʻaʻole e ʻonou iaʻu i loko.I am remaining neutral in this matter; don't get me involved.kūkonu
ʻōnūpipi ʻōnūbucking cowʻōnū
ʻōnuhenuheaHe ʻōnuhenuhea kahi mea haole.White man's things [food] are unsavory.ʻōnuhenuhea
oʻoMolokaʻi pule oʻo.Molokaʻi [of the] potent prayers. [fig. reference to Molokaʻi's fame in sorcery].oʻo
 pae oʻovarsity, as a league of sports at schooloʻo
 ʻauwae oʻomatured chin [unsocial, unfriendly]ʻauwae₁
 Ma ia malama ua ʻeʻelekū ka lani i ao ua a ua ʻeʻelekū hoʻi lau o lāʻau a me mea ulu i ke oʻo.In this month the sky is dark with rain clouds … and the leaves of trees and growing things are dark with maturity.ʻeʻelekū
  hua ʻōlelo kūpono i ka mea i oʻo, kūpono nohoʻi i keiki.Words referring to the middle-aged, also applicable to children.kūpono₁
 Maikaʻi maoli kēia kau no ke kime pae oʻo.The varsity team is having a great season.pae oʻo
ʻoʻōKomo ka ʻuhane a loko o ke kino ā ka umauma, ā ka puʻu, ʻoʻō moa aʻela ʻo Kaweluthe soul entered within the body, up to the chest, to the throat, and then Ka-welu crowed like a chicken. [a sign that she had been resuscitated]ʻoʻō
ʻōʻōlele ʻōʻōto leap into the water feet first, without splashingʻōʻō₁
 ʻōʻō heʻe palito poke out tiny octopuses from cracksʻōʻō₁
 E kuʻi lākou i lākou mau pahi kaua i ʻōʻō palauthey shall beat their swords into plowshares.ʻōʻō palau
 ʻAʻohe pilo ʻōʻō.Any kind of digging stick.pilo₅
 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
 ke ao ʻōʻō, ke ʻapi waithe sharp-pointed cloud, the water basket (a cloud full of rain]ʻapi₅
 Hohani me ka ʻōʻō i ka puʻe.Soften the hill with the digging stick.hohani
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ʻoʻoinahele ʻoʻoithornsʻoʻoi₁
 lihilihi ʻoʻoilong bristling eyelasheslihilihi₂
ʻoʻokiʻOʻoki maila ka ʻona o ka ʻawa.The intoxication of the kava took effect.ʻoʻoki₂
ʻoʻoleʻaʻāʻī ʻoʻoleʻastiff-necked; fig., disobedient, heedlessʻoʻoleʻa
 hana ʻoʻoleʻahard physical laborʻoʻoleʻa
 Ka lokomaikaʻi a me ka ʻoʻoleʻa o ke Akua.The kindness and the severity of God.ʻoʻoleʻa
 lauoho ʻoʻoleʻacoarse hairʻoʻoleʻa
 ʻoʻoleʻa ke aʻa kokohardening of arteriesʻoʻoleʻa
 ʻoʻoleʻa ʻamistiff jointsʻoʻoleʻa
 ʻoʻoleʻa lālāstrong of limbʻoʻoleʻa
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ʻoʻolopūHiki i ke kameleona ke ʻoʻolopū i kona kohu ʻana, i hinahina, i ʻōmaʻomaʻo, i ʻeleʻele.The chameleon can change his appearance to gray, green, black.kohu₁
ʻoʻomakīʻaha ʻoʻomavaseʻoʻoma
 kīʻaha ʻoʻoma waipitcherʻoʻoma
ʻoʻopaUa ʻoʻopa ma kona mau wāwae.He was crippled in his feet.ʻoʻopa
ʻoʻopuKau ke alapiʻi a ka ʻoʻopu.The ʻoʻopu fish form a stairway. [ʻoʻopu are said to jump over rocks from pool to pool]ʻoʻopu₁
 ʻoʻopu ʻai lehuapoetic description of ʻoʻopu found in upland streams where lehua flowers drop into the water; lit., lehua-eating ʻoʻopuʻoʻopu₁
 paepae ʻoʻopuold term for a built-up pool for keeping ʻoʻopu fishpaepae₁
 Ke alaō mai i wahi ʻoʻopu a me wahi ʻōpae.Swallowing whole small ʻoʻopu fish and shrimps.alaō₁
 Kau ke alapiʻi a ka ʻoʻopu.The ʻoʻopu fish form a stairway. [ʻoʻopu are said to jump over rocks from pool to pool] alapiʻi
  wahi kāuna ʻoʻopuseveral foursomes of ʻoʻopu fishkāuna
 A ia i ke au kūnewa akula, ma ia i hoʻomana ʻia ai ke akua ʻoʻopu.It was in past times, when the ʻoʻopu fish god was worshipped.kūnewa
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ʻōpāʻŌpā ʻia ke kanaka mawaena o kaʻa.The man was crushed between the cars.ʻōpā₁
ʻōpaehe pāhelehele ʻōpaea snarer of shrimpspāhelehele
 panau ka ʻōpaethe shrimp moves with a flip [of a gadabout]panau
 ʻōpae PolapolaTahitian prawnPolapola₂
 ʻAʻai ka hīnālea i ka ʻōpae.The hīnālea fish takes the shrimp [bait] readily.ʻaʻai₁
 Ke alaō mai i wahi ʻoʻopu a me wahi ʻōpae.Swallowing whole small ʻoʻopu fish and shrimps.alaō₁
 Ke ʻīnana mehe ʻōpae ʻoehaʻa.Active there like freshwater shrimps [of scattered foes].ʻīnana₁
 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
ʻōpakaʻōpaka huinahā lōʻihirectangular prismhuinahā loʻihi
 ʻōpaka huinahā lōʻihirectangular prismʻōpaka
ʻopakumaʻopakuma ʻAmelika ʻĀkauNorth American opossumʻopakuma
ʻōpalaʻOia ia mau ʻōpala o ka manaʻo nonohuasuch was the rubbish of vile thoughtsnonohua
 ahu ʻōpalajunk heap, garbage pileʻōpala
 Ma ke kānāwai kūloko o ke kūlanakauhale, ua pāpā ʻia ke kīloi ʻana i ka ʻōpala ma kēia wahi.City ordinances prohibit the throwing of trash in this area.kānāwai kūloko
 kope ʻōpalarake, as for leaveskope
 Ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia ka wahine i ka ʻaha koi pohō ʻuʻuku e hoʻonā ai i ka hihia o kini ʻōpala i hōʻino ʻia.The woman was taken to small-claims court to settle the case of the damaged trash cans.ʻaha koi pohō ʻuʻuku
ʻōpaʻupepa ʻōpaʻucarbon paperʻōpaʻu
ʻopeĀ laila hōʻope ʻia maila ā paʻa i ka ʻope.Then it was bundled up securely in a bundle.ʻope
 ʻope four-packʻope
 ʻope onosix-packʻope
 Ā laila hōʻope ʻia maila ā paʻa i ka ʻope.Then it was bundled up securely in a bundle.hōʻope
ʻōpēHe ʻōpē wale ʻolua hele ʻana.Your walk is quite feeble.ʻōpē
ʻōpeʻaKa ʻōpeʻa aku i ka mea pono ma ka hoʻokolokolo ʻana.To trip up the righteous man in trial.ʻōpeʻa₁
ʻōpeʻapeʻalele ʻōpeʻapeʻato fly like a bat, i.e., to flutter wings, as would a frightened bird.ʻōpeʻapeʻa₂
 He lele kekahi mau ʻano ʻōpeʻapeʻa i hola mōlehulehu o ke ahiahi, no ka mea, he ala mōlehu ia mau ʻano holoholona.Some kinds of bats fly only in the twilight hours of the evening because they are crepuscular creatures.ala mōlehu
ʻōpeluʻōpelu anaa satisfied (ana) ʻōpelu that has escaped after eating the baitʻōpelu₁
 ʻO ka ʻōpelu e pepenu ana The ʻōpelu, the fish that is dunked [in sauce]pepenu
 Hoʻolili ka ʻōpelu.The ʻōpelu ripples [the sea].-lili
 Hoʻolili ka ʻōpelu.The ʻōpelu ripples [the sea].hoʻolili₂
ʻopeʻopeMōhio ʻopeʻope.Gust that scatters bundles; fig., careless, heedless, impudent person.mōhio
 Eia aʻe ua keiki ʻopeʻope nui nei o Kaluakoʻi.Here's the Kaluakoʻi boy with the big bundle. [said of persons with big bundles, referring to Kūapakaʻa's bundle of rocks carried aboard a canoe].ʻopeʻope₁
 He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags.ʻopeʻope₁
 ʻOpeʻope Kohala i ka makani.Kohala is buffeted by the wind.ʻopeʻope₂
 He mau ʻōhua lemu kaumaha, he mau ʻopeʻope palalē.Heavy-butted passengers, farting bags.palalē₂
 ʻIliki ke kai i ka ʻopeʻope , lilo.Sea strikes the bundles, gone.ʻiliki₁
ʻopiE ʻopi aʻe a miomio.Fold neat and trim [as clothes].miomio₂
 E ʻopi i ka papa kuhikuhi a i ke kūʻono ʻākau o lalo.Collapse the menu to the lower right-hand corner.ʻopi
 E ʻopi i ka waihona i hiki ke loaʻa ma ke malule.Compress the file so that it can be put onto the floppy disk.ʻopi
ʻōpīʻōpī i ka uacramped and chilly because of rainʻōpī₂
ʻopihiPapapū ka pōhaku i ka ʻopihi.Rock is covered with limpets.papapū₂
 Kūpihipihi loa kahi koena ʻopihi.The remaining limpets have dwindled in size [finances have dwindled].kūpihipihi
ʻopihiaUa mahola ka waihona ʻopihia.The compressed file has been expanded.mahola
 Pehea ʻoe e wehe ai i ka waihona ʻopihia?How do you open a compressed file?ʻopihia
 waihona ʻopihiacompressed file, collapsed fileʻopihia
ʻOpikanaĒ ka lewa nuʻu, ē ka lewa lani, ka ʻOpikana.O high atmosphere, O heavenly atmosphere, the faraway place.ʻOpikana
ʻōpikipikiNui ka ʻōpikipiki o kuʻu manaʻo i ka noʻonoʻo i ka holo ʻana i luna o ke kai a mamao loa.My mind was filled with anxiety when thinking about the long trip over the sea.ʻōpikipiki
ʻōpiliʻŌpili aʻela ia i kona mau wāwae maluna o kahi moe.He drew up his feet into the bed.ʻōpili
ʻōpio kini maka lehua o ʻōpio.The many youths, lovely as lehua flowers.maka lehua
  kapuaʻi alamimo o kini maka lehua o ʻōpio.Nimble soles [dancing feet] of the many lehua blossoms of youth.alamimo
 Ua awaiāulu ʻia ʻōpio.The young people were united in one.awaiāulu
 ʻŌpio ʻAmelika o ka hanauna Kepanī.American youth of Japanese ancestry.hanauna
 Ua 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
 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
 Ka lāhui ʻōpio e kūnewa aʻe nei.The young nation growing up now.kūnewa
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ʻopiʻopimoe ʻopiʻopifolding cot or bedʻopiʻopi₁
 pākaukau ʻopiʻopifolding tableʻopiʻopi₁
ʻōpiopioʻOle loa aku ʻoe, he ʻōpiopio.You are so young that you are worthless.ʻole loa
 ao ʻōpiopiowhite cloudʻōpiopio
 one ʻōpiopioclean, newly washed fresh sandʻōpiopio
 E ʻōʻū i ka maka o ka wauke ʻoi ʻōpiopio.Pinch off the bud of the wauke plant while it is young. [nip it in the bud; teach while young].ʻōʻū₁
 Hele ā ka poʻe ʻōpiopio.Extending even to the young people.hele₁
 lawehala ʻōpiopiojuvenile delinquencylawehala
 lawehala ʻōpiopiojuvenile delinquencyʻōpiopio
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ʻopiumaHe mea ʻino, hoʻomāilo kino ka ʻopiuma.Opium is bad thing that causes the body to waste away.māilo
 He mea ʻino, hoʻomāilo kino ka ʻopiuma.Opium is bad thing that causes the body to waste away.hoʻomāilo
ōpūʻO Kaʻala, kuahiwi mauna kēhau, ke ōpū maila i Kamaoha.Kaʻala, mountain hill with cool rain, rising there perhaps at Kamaoha.ōpū₂
 ʻO ke ōpū wale iho mākou.Ours is a bare existence.ōpū₃
 ʻO kuʻu wahi ōpū weuweu , nou ia.My little clump of grass shelter is for you.ōpū weuweu
 Ōpū ʻahuʻawa hānau.Born in a clump of ʻahuʻawa [of a humble birthplace].ʻahuʻawa₁
ʻōpūMahola aʻela ka ʻōpū o ka ʻupena.The bag of the net opened out.mahola₁
 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
 nalulu ka ʻōpūuneasy stomachnalulu
 I loko nōkī o ka ʻōpū, wāwahi hua o ka lani.Though deep within the womb, a high chief would break forth.nōkī
 ʻŌlepolepo ka ʻōpū.The stomach is out of order, needs cleansing.ʻōlepolepo
 kai ʻōpūgiblet gravyʻōpū₁
 Mahola aʻela ka ʻōpū o ka ʻupena.The bag of the net opened out.ʻōpū₁
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ʻōpuaKuʻi ka hekili i ka maka o ka ʻōpua.The thunder claps in the presence of the cloud bank.maka₁
 Ke nonoho like maila ao ʻōpua.The cloud banks are sitting together.nonoho
 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
 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
 Hakukoʻi uli ka lani, ʻōnoninoni ke ao, wehiwa hāpokopoko ka ʻōpua.Agitated dark the heavens, disturbed the clouds, short dark cloud patches.wehiwa₂
 haili ʻōpuaa cloud bank that recalls to mindhaili₁
 Hoʻohanini i Mānā ka wai ʻōpua.The water of the cloud banks pours down at Mānā.hanini
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ōpuheKaulana ka pae moku ʻo Galapagosa no ka nui a me ka laulā o ʻano manu ōpuhe o ia wahi.The Galapagos Islands are famous for the many and varied types of finches that are found there.ōpuhe
 ōpuhe pao lāʻauwoodpecker finchōpuhe
ʻōpukupukuʻŌpukupuku ke ao melemele.Yellow clouds are lowering.ʻōpukupuku
ʻōpulepuleʻōhewahewa ʻōpulepuledelirium tremensʻōhewahewa
 ʻōhewahewa ʻōpulepuledelirium tremensʻōpulepule₁
ōpūōpūMe manaʻo o ka hauʻoli e ōpūōpū ana i loko o Mahana...With the blossoming of happines in Mahana...ōpūōpū
ʻōpuʻuHe ʻōpuʻu ʻoe, he kākala kēlā.You have young spurs, that one [a cock with old] spurs.ʻōpuʻu₁
 na ʻōpuʻu maka moʻa me ke ahifresh ears [of grain] parched with fireʻōpuʻu₁
 Ka ʻōpuʻu kaimana e hulali nei .Diamond pendant sparkling here.ʻōpuʻu₂
 Ka ʻōpuʻu kaimana e hulali nei .Diamond pendant sparkling here.hulali₁
 ana kawaūea ʻōpuʻu pulu a maloʻowet-and-dry-bulb hygrometerana kawaūea
 ʻōpuʻu kukuilight bulbkukui
 Ke ʻoe hoʻō i kou manamana lima i loko o ka puka ʻōpuʻu, e miki ʻia ana ʻoe.If you stick your finger in the light socket, you will get shocked.miki₃
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orgUa hiki ke lohe ʻia ma ka helu pūnaewele www.baibala.org.It can be heard at the URL www.baibala.org,helu pūnaewele
ouʻEhia ou makahiki?How old are you?makahiki₁
 i mua oubefore youmua₁
 Nopu maila ka manaʻo e hele aku i ou .The thought has come to go to you.nopu₁
 Ua hoʻopaʻapū lākou i waena ou me ka haunaele.They filled those around you with violence.paʻapū₁
 ʻAʻohe ou pikineki malaila.You have no business there.pikineki
 Ou haele ʻoukou.You go.u-₁
 Hōʻaikola nohoʻi lāʻau kaʻa maluna ou.The fir trees rejoice at thee.ʻaikola
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oʻuʻOhe uʻo kemakema eʻo (ʻAʻohe oʻu makemake ʻoe).I don't like you.nehiwa
 ʻAʻohe oʻu makemake i poi.I don't want any poi.ʻaʻohe
 E Lono ē, hāliua mai alo i oʻu nei.O Lono, turn your face to me here.hāliua
 ʻAohe oʻu hilinaʻi ʻoe!I don't believe you!hilinaʻi
 He aloha huʻihuʻi konikoni ana i loko oʻu.Ardent, tingling love within me.huʻihuʻi
 Maluna oʻu kēlā koʻikoʻi.That responsibility is on me.koʻikoʻi
 He aloha huʻihuʻi konikoni ana i loko oʻu.A benumbing, tingling love within me.konikoni
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ʻouʻOu ka leo o ka pahu.The voice of the drum sounds.ʻou₁
ʻōʻūʻako poʻo ʻōʻūto cut off all the hair at the back of the head and leave hair only in frontʻōʻū₁
 E ʻōʻū i ka maka o ka wauke ʻoi ʻōpiopio.Pinch off the bud of the wauke plant while it is young. [nip it in the bud; teach while young].ʻōʻū₁
 ʻŌʻū ō loa manu o Kaupeʻa.The birds of Kaupeʻa [sing] long as they perch.ʻōʻū₂
 ʻAuhea wale ʻoe, ē ka manu ʻōʻū ʻoe o ka nahele.Listen, O bird, you honey creeper of the forest.ʻōʻū₃
 E ō ē ka leo o ka ʻōʻū kani kuaola.Call in answer, voice of the honey creeper of the verdant mountain.kuaola
 Ua ʻōʻū ʻia ka hoʻoneʻe waihona ʻana.The file transfer was aborted.ʻōʻū₅
ʻouaʻoua niusmall, immature coconutʻoua
ʻoukouMa o wai ʻoukou i pili ai?Through whom are you related?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
 ʻAʻole hoʻi e hoʻomakua aku ʻoukou i kekahi kanaka.And call no man your father.makua
 Mai hana hoʻomanakā ʻoukou.Don't work in a such a bored, indifferent fashion.manakā
 E komo ʻoukou i loko a kona ʻīpuka me ka mililani.Enter into his gates with thanksgiving.mililani
 Pehea ʻoukou i mimiki aku nei maʻō?What made you get there so quickly?mimiki₁
 Aia ʻike ʻoukou i ka mea ʻino e hoʻoneoneo ai.When you see the abomination of desolation.neoneo
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ʻōukouNo ka mea, ua ʻike paka ʻōukou ē, ʻo ka o ka Haku, me he ʻaihue i ka , pēlā ia e hiki mai ai.For you know very well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night.paka₁₀
ʻōulihaʻi ʻōulito prognosticate, declare the future according to signs; to interpret omensʻōuli
  mea haʻi ʻōuli ma ka malamathe monthly prognosticatorshaʻi ʻōuli
 ʻōuli kauohasign of the imperativekauoha
ʻouluʻoulu māhuaolanutrient culturemāhuaola
 ʻoulu māhuaolanutrient cultureʻoulu
 ʻoulu onesand cultureʻoulu
ʻouʻouI 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
 nuku ʻouʻoulong protruding nose, as of a swordfish [sometimes said of gossips]ʻouʻou₁
 Polepole ka mamalihini, kaʻa mai kaʻa mai i kou, i kou kauhale ʻouʻou; ke ʻākia nei kuʻu piko e kaulele e ē.Ward off the strangeness, roll here, roll here the kou wood, for a kou house, a high house; [there's a nip at my navel to make an effort to accomplish.polepole₂
ʻoupēPēpē 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
ʻōwaewae ʻōwaewae pali o Unulau.The cliffed gullies of Unulau.ʻōwaewae
ʻowāhiUa 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
ʻowakaWaiho ā ʻowaka like ka ulu o ka lau ʻuala.Left until the sweet potato leaves all grow and sprout.ʻoaka₂
 ka ʻowaka o ka lanilightning flash of heavenʻowaka₁
ʻowalaHe aha ka hana a Pāwela? ʻO ka ʻoʻe, ʻo ka ʻowala.What does Pāwela [a cow] do? She hooks and bucks.ʻowala
ʻowāʻowalaʻOwāʻowala lua hala o Naue i ka makani.The hala of Naue caper in the wind.ʻowāʻowala
ʻowauMikimiki mai ka ʻowau , no ka hemahema o ia ala.The cat is on the alert, when someone is careless.ʻoau₂
owāwaOwāwa o waimaka.Vale of tears.owāwa
ʻōwāwā i ʻōwāwā ai ka o ka ʻape.And so the stalk of the ʻape became grooved.ʻōwāwā
ʻowēka ʻowē nahenahe a ka waithe soft murmur of the waterʻowē
ʻōwelaUa ʻōmea ʻia ke kuahiwi, kamaʻehu ʻōwela ulu wela ka lani.The hill is red-brown, the divine one is red-hot, hot waxing [in anger].kamaʻehu
Owenʻo John Owen i ʻōlelo ʻiathe aforesaid [or alleged] John Owenʻōlelo
 ʻO John Owen i ʻōlelo ʻiathe aforesaid John Oweni ʻōlelo ʻia
ʻōwenaKe ʻā maila i Kīlauea, ke ahi ʻōwena i ka lani.Burning at Kīlauea, the fire glowing in the sky.ʻōwena
ʻōweoLehua pūnoni ʻula ke kai o Kona, ke kai pūnoni ʻula i ʻōweo ʻia.Lehua flower that colors red the sea of Kona, the sea dyed red with scarlet.pūnoni
ʻōwilike oho ʻōwiliwell-set hairʻōwili₁
 koʻi ʻōwili, koʻi wiligouge-like adzeʻōwili₁
 ʻōwili palapalascrollʻōwili₁
 ʻōwili kiʻiroll of filmʻōwili
 ʻōwili kiʻiakafilmstripʻōwili
ʻōwiliwiliʻōwiliwili me ka uilaelectrically waved [permanent wave, as of hair]ʻōwiliwili

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