Pukui & Elbert - 1986
P&E : Eng-Haw - 1986
Māmaka Kaiao - 2003-10
hide Andrews - 1865
updated: 11/24/2017

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ʻeu₁   mischievous, naughty, playful, as a child; rogue, rascal, scamp; mischief
PPn *keu, move, push, shift something; reject or rebuff
 

ʻeu    
  • mischievous, naughty, playful, as a child; rogue, rascal, scamp; mischief;
  • hoot of an owl ʻaumakua warning of imminent danger
(also same as hōʻeu).
cf. hūʻeu, witty, comical, amusing, funny, mischievous; rascal, rogue...
ʻeuʻeu     exciting, rousing, alert, lively, animated, aroused.
hālāwai hōʻeuʻeu     rally; inspirational meeting.
ʻeu     to stir up, incite, animate, encourage, bestir see ʻeu₁, mischievous, naughty, playful, as a child; rogue, rascal, scamp; mischief...
ʻeuʻeu    
  • to encourage, stir, rouse, excite, bestir, stimulate;
  • vivacious, spirited, full of life.
 
see ʻeuʻeu, exciting, rousing, alert, lively, animated, aroused...
ʻeuʻeu ʻeuanelio     revival (EH)
hōkāʻeuʻeu     to encourage and bestir to action. also hoʻokāʻeuʻeu see kāʻeuʻeu, helpful, cooperative; joyous, active larger, bigger.
hoʻokāʻeuʻeu     to encourage and bestir to action. also hōkāʻeuʻeu see kāʻeuʻeu, helpful, cooperative; joyous, active larger, bigger.
ʻeu    
  • witty, comical, amusing, funny, mischievous;
  • rascal, rogue.
 
ʻeuʻeu     helpful, cooperative; joyous, active larger, bigger. cf. ʻeu.
kupuʻeu     rascal, scamp.
kupuʻeu     hero, wondrous one, so called because the hero of tales often as a youth was mischievous and fond of plundering taro or stealing chickens (as Kamapuaʻa), a means of showing his exemption from the taboos of ordinary men. (Laie 475)
maka ʻeu     mischievous or roving eyes, naughty eyes.
ʻōlelo ʻeu hoʻohaku wale     slang (EH)
ʻōlelo hōʻeuʻeu     encouraging word, slogan.
pihaʻeu     humor (EH)
piha ʻeu     spirited, enthusiastic.

ʻewa₁   crooked, out of shape, imperfect, ill-fitting. fig., incorrect, unjust
PPn *kewa, ?? [not straight] problematic
 

ʻeʻewa     to make a wry face, pout, as in derision; to protrude the lips mockingly.
ʻewa     crooked, out of shape, imperfect, ill-fitting. fig., incorrect, unjust. cf. paʻewa.
ʻewaʻewa₁     redup. of ʻewa₁, crooked, out of shape, imperfect, ill-fitting. fig., incorrect, unjust...; irregular, biased, unequal, unjust.
hakina kūpaʻewa     improper fraction.
helu kauʻewa     odd number. lit., number placed unevenly. see helu kaulike.
helu paʻewa     odd number.
kauʻewa     see helu kaulike.
kaupaʻewa     to appear irregular or crooked.
kīloi paʻewa     to throw away (the ball), in basketball. lit., throw wrong.
ʻewa     askew, placed obliquely.
kūpaʻewa     imperfect.
laumaʻewa     insult, taunt, sneer, reproach, contempt; to insult, taunt, mock; taunting, mocking, sneering, derisive.
loʻewa     same as paʻewa, crooked, misshapen, bent, uneven, odd, imperfect...
maʻewa     reproachful, scornful, mocking, mimicking in a nasty way, sneering; cruel; scorned, abused, desecrated, tousled.
makaʻewaʻewa     see ʻewaʻewa₁, looked at with disfavor, eyed askance...
paʻewa    
  • crooked, misshapen,
  • bent,
  • uneven, odd,
  • imperfect;
  • wrong, incorrect; error, mistake.
 
ʻewaʻewa     redup. of paʻewa; biased, partial, unfair, prejudicially.
palaʻewa     oblique.
puʻuwai pana ʻewaʻewa     cardiac arrythmia. lit., heart (with) irregular beat.

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