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updated: 4/15/2018


Headword (no ʻokina/kahakō):

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s

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s  Hawaiians have no sibilants in their language; hence they naturally run the sound signified by s into that of k, as kabaki or kapaki for sabati.

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sa

saba    sadi    saha    said    saka    sake    saki    sako    sala    sale    salo    samo    sana    sane    saot    sapa    sape    sapi    sara    sare    sasa    sata    sati    sato    satu    saud    sava    savo    sawa    

  ʻaʻa. small, S (clothing size) (NKE12)

Sabati  var. spelling of Kāpaki, Sabbath...

Sabati  s. Heb. The Sabbath; a resting day; the name of the seventh day of the week among the Jews. Kin. 2:2; Puk. 20:10. By the Christian Church it is termed the Lord's day. Hoik. 1:10. La o ka Haku.

Sadinia  var. spelling of Kakinia, Sardinia...

Sādīnia [··nia]  n. Sardinia. Eng. [+]G

Sahara Komohana [sahara komo·hana]  n. Western Sahara; Western Saharan. G

saida  var. spelling of kaika, cider...

sakarema  var. spelling of kakalema, Sacrament...

sakerema  var. spelling of kakelema, kakelemeneka, Sacrament...

sakeremeneta  var. spelling of kakelema, kakelemeneka, Sacrament...

sakirilege  var. spelling of kakilileke, sacrilege...

sako  var. spelling of kako₁, sage...

Sakona  Saxon. (EH)

salamena [sala·mena]  n. Salamander. also kalamena. Eng. ANI

Salawadoa  var. spelling of Kalawakoa, Salvador...

Salawedoa  var. spelling of Kalawekoa, Salvador...

Salema  var. spelling of Kalema, Salem...

saleoa  var. spelling of kaleʻoa, to sally over...

sāleta makaloni  n. macaroni salad (KAN)

Salonika  var. spelling of Kalonika, Salonika...

samori  var. spelling of kamoli, psalms...

Sana  var. spelling of Kāna₂, Saint...

Sana Barabara  var. spelling of Kāna Palapala, Santa Barbara...

Sana Helena  also Mauna Kana Helena, Mount Saint Helens... G

Mauna Sana HelenaMount Saint Helens

Sana Iokina  var. spelling of Kāna ʻIōkina, San Joaquin...

Sana Iosepa  var. spelling of Kāna ʻIokepa, Saint Joseph...

Sana Kalara  var. spelling of Kāna Kalala, Santa Clara...

Sana Karuza  var. spelling of Kāna Kaluka, Santa Cruz...

Sana Lui  var. spelling of Kāna Lui, Saint Louis...

Sana Miguela  var. spelling of Kāna Mikuela, San Miquel...

Sana Petero  var. spelling of Kāna Pekelo, San Pedro...

Saneta  var. spelling of Kaneka₁, saint...

saneta  var. spelling of Kaneka₁, saint...

Saotome me Panikipe [sao·tome me pani·kipe]  n. Sao Tome and Principe. Eng. G

Ka mokupuni ʻo Saotome me PanikipeSao Tome and Principe Island

sapaea  var. spelling of kapaea, sapphire...

Sapata  Sparta. (EH)

sapeiro  s. Gr. The name of a precious stone; a sapphire. Iob. 28:6; Puk. 24:10; Mel. Sol. 5:14.

Sapenika Liona [sape·nika liona]  n. the huge sphinx found near the pyramids at Giza in Egypt. lit., lion sphinx. cf. kanaka kino liona. Eng.

ʻAkahi a pau ka hoʻoponopono ʻia ʻana o Sapenika Liona ma ʻAikupita.The work of renovation on the Sphinx in Egypt has just been completed.

sapera  s. Gr. The name of a precious stone; a sapphire. Iob. 28:6; Puk. 24:10; Mel. Sol. 5:14.

sapira  s. Gr. The name of a precious stone; a sapphire. Iob. 28:6; Puk. 24:10; Mel. Sol. 5:14.

sapire  s. Gr. The name of a precious stone; a sapphire. Iob. 28:6; Puk. 24:10; Mel. Sol. 5:14.

Sapitabagena  Spitzbergen. (EH)

sarapa  var. spelling of kalapa, sulphur...

saredio  s. Gr. A sardius, the name of a precious stone. Hoik. 21:20.

saredonuka  var. spelling of kalekonuka, sardonyx...

saredonuko  s. Gr. A sardonyx, the name of a precious stone. Hoik. 21:20.

Sarekena  var. spelling of Kalekena, Saracen...

Sasaketuana [sasa·ketu·ana]  n. Saskatchewan. Eng. [+]G

sasapalasa [sasa·palasa]  n. sassafras. Eng. PLA

Satana  var. spelling of Kākana, Satan...

satana  s. Gr. from Heb. An adversary; the prince or leader of the fallen angels; Satan. Iob. 1:6, 7, 8. v. To act the part of an adversary or enemy. Hal. 109:4.

satanousa koloriside [satano·usa kolori·side]  n. stannous chloride. Eng. SCI

satini  var. spelling of kākini₂, sateen... AltSpel CLO

sato  s. Gr. A dry measure among the Jews. Mat. 13:33.

Satude  var. spelling of Kakuke, Saturday...

satude  s. Eng. Saturday, the name of the last day of the week; called more frequently by Hawaiians Poaono, the sixth night, or la hoomalolo, the day before a kapu day.

Saturena  var. spelling of Kakulena, Saturn...

Saturena  s. Eng., Lat. Saturn, the name of one of the planets. see Almanac for 1835. The Hawaiian name is Naholoholo.

Saudi ʻAlapia, Saudi ʻArabia [saudi ʻala·pia]  n. Saudi Arabia; Saudi. G

Saudi ʻArabia [saudi ʻara·bia]  n. Saudi Arabia; Saudi. see Saudi ʻAlapia. Eng. G

Savana  var. spelling of Kawana, Savannah...

Savoe  n. var. spelling of Kawoe, Savoy, the country.. AltSpel G

savoe  var. spelling of kawoe, Savoy...

sawana  n. Savanna, i.e. a tropical or subtropical grassland containing scattered trees. Eng. GEO

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seco    seda    sede    seka    seke    seko    sela    sele    selu    seme    semi    sene    sepa    sepe    sepi    sera    sere    seru    sesa    seta    seto    sevi    

Secotia  var. spelling of Kekokia, Scotland...

sedatia  var. spelling of kekakia, stadia...

sēdē [·]  see CD.

seka  var. spelling of keka, sex...

sekela  s. Heb. A shekel, the name of a small Hebrew coin.

Sekele  n. Seychelles. Eng. G

Ka pae moku ʻo SekeleSeychelles Islands

sekeli  s. Heb. A shekel, the name of a small Hebrew coin. Name of a weight. Kin. 23:16.

Sekema  Sechem. (EH)

sekona  s. Eng. A second of time; an instant; a moment. 1 Kor. 15:52.

Sekotehome  var. spelling of Kekokehome, Stockholm... G

Sekotia [seko·tia]  n. Scotland; Scot, Scots, Scottish, Scotia. also Kekokia. G

sela  n. var. spelling of kela₂, sailor. Eng. AltSpel

selamoku  var. spelling of kelamoku₁, sailor...

Selepe  n. Celebes. Eng. G

Ke kai ʻo SelepeCelebes Sea

selu  s. Heb. A quail, a bird. Puk. 16:13. Another orthography is silo. see SILO.

semena  s. Heb. Name of a tree, some species of pine. adj. Of or belonging to a pine tree. Neh. 8:15.

seminā [semi·]  n. seminar. Eng.

Senegala [sene·gala]  n. Senegal. Eng. [+]G

Senekala [sene·kala]  n. Senegal. Eng. G

sepama  var. spelling of kēpama, sperm...

Sepania [sepa·nia]  n. Spain, Spanish. also Kepania. G

Separate  Sparta. (EH)

sepela  var. spelling of kepela₂, zebra...

sepemineta  var. spelling of kepemineka, spearmint...

Sepirefila  var. spelling of Kepilepila, Springfield... G

serapima  s. Heb. Plural of seraph. Seraphim, the highest order among the angelic hosts. Isa. 6:2. 6.

Serebia [sere·bia]  n. Serbia. Eng. [+]G

serutio  s. The name of an unclean bird; a night hawk. Kanl. 14:15.

sesamī [sesa·]  n. sesame. Eng. [+]

ʻaila sesamīsesame oil

ʻanoʻano sesamisesame seed

setadia  s. Gr. A furlong, name of a long measure. Ioan. 6:19.

setoreka  s. Eng. A stork, a large bird similar to the heron. Zek. 5:9.

Sevila  var. spelling of Kewila, Seville...

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si

sia    siai    sibe    sida    side    sidi    siel    sika    siki    sila    sili    silo    sina    siri    sita    siti    siwi    

sia  var. spelling of kia₅, dear...

Siailana  var. spelling of Kīʻailana, Sea Island...

Siberia [sibe·ria]  n. Siberia, Siberian. Eng. G

Ke kai ʻo Siberia HikinaEast Siberian Sea

sida  var. spelling of kika₃, cider...

-side  suffix in chemical compounds and terms: -ide. SCI

Sidine  var. spelling of Kikinē, Sydney...

Sielaleone [siela·leone]  n. Sierra Leone. Eng. G

sikaliki  var. spelling of kikaliki, cigarette...

Sikilia  var. spelling of Kikilia, Sicily...

sila  nvt. var. spelling of kila₂, seal, deed, patent, brand; sealed; to fix a seal. Eng. AltSpel

Sila  n. var. spelling of Kila₆, Silas. Eng. AltSpel

sila₁  nvt. var. spelling of kila₂, seal, deed, patent, brand; sealed; to fix a seal... Eng. bc

Sila₂  var. spelling of Kila₆, Silas...

sila₃  n. seal [mammal]. also ʻīlio holo i ka uaua. ANI

ʻohana sila.pinniped, i.e. any of the suborder of aquatic mammals including the seal and walrus.

papa Hana Hoʻopakele SilaSeal Recovery Program

sila HawaiʻiHawaiian monk seal

sila pūhuluhulu.fur seal.

silaka  n. silica. Eng. SCI

palaholo silaka gsilica gel g, a powder used as the sorbent layer in thin-layer chromatography (pronounced palaholo silaka )

silika  s. Eng. Silk; Hawaiian pronunciation, kilika. see kilika. adj. Silken; made of silk; laau silika; mulberry trees. 2 Sam. 5:23.

silikone [sili·kone]  n. silicon. Eng. SCI

Sililanaka [sili·lanaka]  n. Sri Lanka. Eng. G

silina  var. spelling of kilina₂, shilling...

Silo  var. spelling of Kilo, Shiloh...

silo  s. Heb. Shiloh, a prophetical name of the Messiah. Kin. 49:10. s. Heb. A word translated quail, the name of a bird. Hal. 105:40. In Puk. 16:13 it is written selu.

sinapi  s. Gr. Mustard, stalk and plant. Luk. 13:19. Hua sinapi, mustard seed.

Sinapoa [sina·poa]  n. Singapore. Eng. G

siriala [siri·ala]  n. cereal. also kiliala. Eng. FOO

siriō  n. cereal (breakfast food) (KAN)

Sitaka  var. spelling of Kikaka, Sitka...

sitima  s. Heb. Shittim wood, a kind of furniture wood. Puk. 25:10; Kanl. 10:3.

siwila  var. spelling of kīwila, civil...

sīwila [·wila]  also kānāwai kīwila. LAW

kānāwai sīwilacivil law

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soba    sodi    sodo    soko    solo    soma    some    sopa    sopo    

soba  n. soba, soba noodles. Japn.. [+]FOO

sodiuma [sodi·uma]  n. sodium. Eng. SCI

sodiuma bisulafahatesodium bisulfate

sodiuma kitarahatesodium citrate

Sodoma  Sodom. (EH)

sodomi  var. spelling of kokomi, sodomy...

Sokoma  Sodom. (EH)

Solomona  var. spelling of Kolomona₆, Solomon... bc

solonokiuma [solono·kiuma]  n. strontium. Eng. SCI

Solowakia [solo·wakia]  n. Slovakia. Eng. G

Solowenia [solo·wenia]  n. Slovenia. Eng. G

Somalia [soma·lia]  n. Somalia; Somalian. Eng. G

somene  n. somen, somen noodles. Japn.. [+]FOO

sopa  s. Eng. Soap. Ier. 2:22. see kopa, the Hawaiian pronunciation.

soporano  var. spelling of kopolano, soprano...

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su

sua    sual    suaz    suda    sued    suez    sufa    suka    suki    suko    sula    sule    suli    sulu    suma    sune    supa    supe    supi    sura    suri    sush    

sua  var. spelling of kua₉, sewer...

sualo  var. spelling of kualo₂, swallow...

Suazilana [suazi·lana]  n. Swaziland. Eng. G

Sudana  n. Sudan; Sudanese. Eng. G

Suedena  var. spelling of Kuekena, Sweden...

Sueza  Suez. (EH)

Sufaka  var. spelling of Kupaka, Suffolk...

sukamino  s. Gr. These are different orthographies for the same thing. Sycamore, the name of a tree and fruit. see Robinson's Lexicon, art.

sukamorea  s. Gr. These are different orthographies for the same thing. Sycamore, the name of a tree and fruit. see Robinson's Lexicon, art.

sūkini [·kini]  n. zucchini. Eng. FOO

sukomorea  var. spelling of kukomolea, sycamore tree...

sukomorea  adjective. of or belonging to a sycamore tree.

sulafahate [sula·fahate]  n. sulfate. Eng. SCI

kupuriku sulafahatecupric sulfate

sulafaside [sula·faside]  n. sulfide. Eng. SCI

ferousa sulafasideferrous sulfide

kupuriku sulafasidecupric sulfide

Sulauesi  n. Sulawesi. [+]G

sulepa  var. spelling of kulepa, sulphur...

suletana  var. spelling of kulekana, sultan...

Suliname [suli·name]  n. Surinam. Eng. G

Sulu  n. Sulu. Eng. G

Ke kai ʻo SuluSulu Sea

sulufura diokesaside [sulu·fura dio·kesa·side]  n. sulfur dioxide. also kūkaepele ʻokikene lua. Eng. SCI

sulufuriku [sulu·furiku]  sulfuric. Eng. SCI

ʻakika sulufurikusulfuric acid

Sumaba  n. Sumba. Eng. [+]G

Sumatara  var. spelling of Kumakala, Sumatra...

Sunede  var. spelling of Kuneke, Sunday...

Sunede  s. Eng. Sunday; originally applied among the Saxons as a day for worshiping the sun; the Christians in the dark ages applied it to the Lord's day or Christian Sabbath. With Hawaiians the po ehiku is the la hoomaha or resting day. NOTE.—Hawaiians do not often use this word, they prefer the word Sabati or la pule. see Sabati.

supa  s. Eng. Soup; gravy, &ch.; the Hawaiian term is kai. Isa. 65:4. Broth or some liquid offering.

superoposapahate [supero·posa·pahate]  n. superphosphate. Eng. SCI

supina  var. spelling of kūpina, subpoena...

Surakuse  var. spelling of Kulakuke, Syracuse...

Suria  n. Syria; Syrian. G

sūshī  n. sushi (KAN)

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