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

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laha₁   extended, spread out, broad, published
(MP) PPn *lafa-lafa, flat and/or broad
 

hoʻolaha     to spread abroad, publish, advertise, broadcast, disseminate, distribute, circulate, make known, promulgate, increase, propagate; advertisement, propagation, publicity see laha₁, extended, spread out, broad, published, circulated, distributed, disseminated, promulgated, advertised, broadcast...
hoʻolaha kūʻai     advertisement, ad; commercial. also hoʻolaha.
laha    
  • extended, spread out, broad,
  • published, circulated, distributed, disseminated, promulgated,
  • advertised, broadcast, widespread,
  • increased, numerous,
  • common, general, ordinary.
 
see laha ʻole, rare, choice, unique; not spread, not common...
lahalaha     redup. of laha₁, extended, spread out... also said of a hen covering her chickens with her wings.
laha ʻole     rare, choice, unique; not spread, not common.
laha     broad. lit., broad surface.
laulaha     spread far and wide, as news, widespread; circulated, publicized; of common or general knowledge; spread contagiously, as a disease. lit., much spread.
laulahaole     see laulaha and ole, negative. Kept in; not reported; not spread abroad.
lei pālahalaha     same as lei papa, flat lei, as for a hat; any lei on a flat surface, especially a feather lei...
līpālahalaha     same as līpahapaha, sea lettuce.
lola hoʻopalaha     roller. lit. flattening roller.
ʻololaha     oval. Niʻihau. also pōʻai lōʻihi.
ʻōʻō pālahalaha     trowel. lit., flat digging instrument.
laha     spread out, extended, flattened, wide, broad, broadened.
lahalaha₁     redup. of pālaha₁, spread out, extended, flattened... (sometimes shortened to pālālā)
lahalaha lau     having many leaves, but little fruit.
lahaālā     same as pālahalaha, spread out, extended, flattened...
palalaha     same as pālahalaha₁, spread out...
palalahalau     see palahalahalau. Having leaves only, and no fruit; making a show of leaves, as a tree.


 

lipo   deep blue-black, as a cavern, the sea, or dense forest; dim, distant; grief
 

analipo     distance, faraway space, beyond the horizon. cf. kumulipo.
auālipo     overcome by intense emotion, as love, grief.
haʻakūlipo     same as hoʻokūlipo, dark.
haʻalipo     same as hoʻonipo;
  • to be darkened;
  • to bow the head, as in grief.
 
hele lewa lipo     spacewalk. lit., walk (in) space.
hoʻokūlipo     caus/sim of kūlipo, dark, dank, deep, as a cave. fig. extremely, intense, much...
kailipoliko     Kai and lipolipo, blue or black. Epithet of the deep sea, as dark blue or black.
kālaikumulipo     cosmology. [kālai- + kumulipo]
kaunalipo     var. spelling of kauna Lipo, the southern sky where the star Lipo may be seen...
kuanalipo     same as kauana Lipo.
kukuna lewa lipo     cosmic ray. lit., outer-space ray.
kulehana kālaikumulipo     cosmological principle. lit., cosmology principle.
lipo    
  • dark, dank, deep, as a cave.
  • fig. extremely, intense, much
 
cf. kumulipo, lipo.
lipolipo     redup. of kūlipo, dark, dank, deep, as a cave. fig. extremely, intense, much...
kumulipo     origin, genesis, source of life, mystery; name of the Hawaiian creation chant (see (KL) and (Johnson 1982). written kumu uli po in (Malo text, ch.1, sec. 11). [Malo (2005 ptg): ch.1, sec. 11 (p.2) has kumulipo.]
lele lewa lipo kanaka     manned space flight. lit., human space flight.
lewa lipo     outer space.
lipo    
  • deep blue-black, as a cavern, the sea, or dense forest;
  • dim, distant;
  • grief
 
see kumulipo.
lipoa     pas/imp. of lipo₁, deep blue-black, as a cavern, the sea, or dense forest...
lipolipo     redup. of lipo₁, deep blue-black, as a cavern, the sea...
lipololohuamea     The appearance on looking into very deep water or a deep pit where no bottom is visible; black; dark.
lipo wao nahele     gloom and darkness of a great forest.
malipolipo     var. spelling of mālipolipo, shady; deep, dark shade.
lipolipo     shady; deep, dark shade.
mauuulipo     Mauu and lipo, dark. Dark green verdure, as in a dark forest.
mokuhali lewa lipo     space shuttle, space ship. [sh. mokulele + halihali + lewa lipo.]
oʻioʻina lewa lipo     space station. lit., resting place for travelers (in) space.
palapala lewa lipo     space map. lit., outer-space document.
polokalamu lewa lipo     space program.
wao lipo     inland region, said by (Kam) to be between the waoʻeiwa and the wao nahele. lit., dark wao.


 

luhe   to hang down, overhang, sag, droop, wilt, wither.
 

ʻawapuhi luheluhe     the shell ginger (Catimbium speciosum), a large ornamental herb from East Indies. Clusters of irregularly bell-shaped flowers that are white and marked with red and yellow bend downward from the top of leafy, arching stems, which are 1.5 to 3.5 m high. lit., drooping ginger. (Neal 259–60)
hoʻokāluhe     to pretend to droop, flirt, etc.; to cause drooping see kāluhe, to droop, bend, vibrate as a leaf in the wind; to ogle, bend and twist, as a coquettish woman; to act the coquette.
hoʻoluhe     caus/sim of luhe, to hang down, overhang, sag, droop, wilt, wither...
hoʻōluheluhe     to cause limpness, etc see ʻōluheluhe, sagging, drooping, as a potbelly; limp; flabby; soft, as a crab that has shed its shell.
luhe     to droop, bend, vibrate as a leaf in the wind; to ogle, bend and twist, as a coquettish woman; to act the coquette. cf. luhe, to droop.
luheuʻa     drooping with age, as of old ginger plants. (Kep. 93)
lehe luhe     pouting lip.
luhe     to hang down, overhang, sag, droop, wilt, wither.
luhe     Proud; exhibiting one's haughtiness; making a show; fat; acting the chief; lula, luhe, i ke kaha o Kaunalewa.
luhea     pas/imp. of luhe, hang down, sag...
luheluhe     redup. of luhe; to sag with fat, overhang.
luheluhea     pas/imp. of luheluhe, redup. of luhe, to sag with fat, overhang...
ʻōluheluhe     sagging, drooping, as a potbelly; limp; flabby; soft, as a crab that has shed its shell.
paina luhe     ironwood. lit., drooping pine. also paina.


 

luhi₁   weary, tired, burden, labor
Pn(CE) *rufi, weak, tired, exhausted: *ru(f,s)i
 

hale hoʻoluhi     house of bondage. (Puk. 13.3)
hana luhi     tiresome activity or work, bother, toil.
hoa luhi     fellow worker, especially one helping to rear a child. cf. luhi.
hoʻoluhi     to bother, disturb, trouble, wear out with work, overburden, inconvenience; nuisance, bother; burdensome, demanding, cf. hale hoʻoluhi see luhi₁, weary, tired, fatigued; wearisome, burdensome, tiresome, laborious, tedious; burden, wearisome or tedious task; labor, work, pains, toil...
kauā hoʻoluhi     any type of kauā who works hard, vassal. lit., oppressed kauā.
kukaluhi     To rest after labor, toil and care. After Kamehameha conquered the Islands, he exclaimed, ua kukaluhi; so a man weary with carrying a burden, when freed from it, exclaims, kukaluhi. NOTE.—The ku is probably for kuu, to let down, ka, article, and luhi, pain from fatigue.
kuluhio     wafted off to sleep.
luhi    
  • weary, tired, fatigued; wearisome, burdensome, tiresome, laborious, tedious;
  • burden, wearisome or tedious task;
  • labor, work, pains, toil.
 
cf. māluhiluhi.
luhi hewa     tired without accomplishing anything; weary from efforts that bring no results.
luhiluhi     redup. of luhi₁, weary, tired, fatigued; wearisome, burdensome, tiresome...
luhina     a laboring, wearying, caring for, etc.
luluhi     redup. of luhi₁, weary, tired, fatigued..., luhi₂, to care for and attend with care and affection...
luna hoʻoluhi     taskmaster. lit., officer who makes weary. (Puk. 5.6)
maka luhi     tired eyes, tired people, especially those who have been working hard on a community project. cf. ʻahaʻaina maka luhi.
maluhi     same as māluhiluhi; dull, sleepy. also molohi.
maluhia    
  • peace, quiet, tranquillity, serenity; peaceful, restful;
  • security, safety;
  • solemn awe and stillness that reigned during some of the ancient taboo ceremonies.
 
luhiluhi     tired, weary; worn out; tiresome, wearisome, fatiguing.
malumaluhia     redup. of maluhia, peace, quiet...
mele hoʻoluluhi     lullaby (EH)
moluhi     var. of maluhi, dull, sleepy...
paʻa luhi     overcome with weariness.
paluhi     same as luhi, weary... rare. 
pohuluhi     Pohu and luhi, fatigue. To be heavy from fatigue; to be weighed down, as by sleep; to be very sleepy; to be overcome by fatigue.
poluhi     dull, sleepy. also malohi.
luhiluhi     redup. of poluhi, dull, sleepy... also mālohilohi.
poluluhi     redup. of poluhi, dull, sleepy...
poʻo luluhi     same as poluluhi, dull, sleepy, cloudy... lit., tired head.
pululuhi     hazy, foggy, cloudy. fig., befogged, as with sleep.


 

luku   massacre, slaughter, destruction
Pn(EP) *rutu, hit, beat, attack
 

ʻāluku     to destroy; destructive.
hailuku     to stone. fig., to hurt the feelings.
haluku    
  • to clatter, bang, thud, rattle, plop;
  • to strike the side of the canoe with the paddle
 
luku     massacre, slaughter, destruction; to massacre, destroy, slaughter, lay waste, devastate, exterminate, ravage.
lukua     pas/imp. of luku, massacre, slaughter...
luku ā pau     exterminate (EH)
luku hoʻopapau     annihilation, destroy completely (EH)
luku lua     doubly destroyed, said of opposing forces despairing of victory and by mutual consent stopping fighting.
lukulukua     redup. of lukua, pas/imp. of luku, massacre, slaughter... (For. 6:391)
lukuna     destruction, slaughter.
luku wale     vandalism, useless slaughter or destruction; to destroy thus; massacre (eh)
makaluku     to plan slaughter; to determine to destroy.
mea luku wale     vandal (EH)
luku     to beat, pommel, hit hard, thrash, pound, destroy. cf. pōluku.
lukuluku     redup. of pāluku, to beat, pommel, hit hard, thrash, pound, destroy...
luku     to pound, as poi (Kep. 163); to destroy, slaughter, overthrow, pound to pieces. see ex. palahē. cf. pāluku.
lukuluku     redup. of pōluku, to pound, as poi...

luʻu   to dive, plunge into water, immerse, duck; to dip in, as a shrimp net
Pn(EP) *ruku, dive
 

hale hoʻoluʻu     dyehouse.
hale hoʻoluʻu ʻili     tannery.
hoʻoluʻu     to dip, immerse, dye see luʻu, to dive, plunge into water, immerse, duck. to dip in, as a shrimp net, waihoʻoluʻu, color, dye...
hoʻoluʻu     dip, immerse, dye see luʻu, to dive.
kahua mokuluʻu     submarine base.
luʻu     to sweep and swerve, as a wind gust.
luʻu     see palekona kāluʻu, peregrine falcon...
kanaka luʻu kai     scuba diver. lit., person (who) dives (in the) sea.
kaula hoʻoluʻu kapa     cord for marking tapa.
kini ea luʻu kai     scuba tank. usu. kini ea. lit., air can (for) diving (in the) sea. cf. luʻu kini ea.
luʻu     to dive, plunge into water, immerse, duck; to dip in, as a shrimp net.
luʻua     pas/imp. of luʻu, to dive, plunge into water, immerse, duck...
luʻu ʻili     tanner of skins and hides.
luʻu kimo     to dive headfirst.
luʻu kini ea     scuba diving; to scuba dive. lit., dive (with a) scuba tank. see kanaka luʻu kai, kini ea luʻu kai.
luʻu lewa     to sky dive.
luʻuluʻu₂     redup. of luʻu; to set a hīnaʻi, fish trap.
luʻu nalu poʻi     running under the jump rope. [mān] see ʻoni a ka moku.
luʻu poʻo     to dive headfirst.
makaaniani luʻu kai     diving goggles or mask. lit., glasses (for) diving (in the) sea. also makaaniani luʻu.
mokuluʻu     submarine. lit., diving ship.
nā waihoʻoluʻu ʻokoʻa     contrasting colors (EH)
nui nā waihoʻoluʻu     colorful (EH)
paʻa i ka waihoʻoluʻu     colored (EH)
palai hoʻoluʻu     to deep-fry. lit., fry (by) immersing.
palekona kāluʻu     peregrine falcon. lit., falcon (that) sweeps and swerves.
pena me nā waihoʻoluʻu like ʻole     crayon (EH)
poho hoʻoluʻu     cup of coconut shell, gourd, or stone, containing dye for tapa.
ʻupena luʻuluʻu     small net, baited, weighted down, and set on the sea floor; fishermen dived (luʻuluʻu) to bring it up.
waihoʻoluʻu     color, dye, coloring liquid; to impart scent.
waihoʻoluʻu hui kea     additive color, i.e. one of the primary colors (red, blue, green) which, when added together, produce white light. lit., color (which) combines white.

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