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updated: 11/4/2018


Headword (no ʻokina/kahakō):

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T  TOO

ʻōmaka T.T-fitting, for putting pipes together.

t  This letter was introduced in order to distinguish words which were introduced from other languages containing it. It is distinguished from k by being pronounced from the end of the tongue; but the ears of Hawaiians do not readily perceive the difference.

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ta

taap    taea    taha    tahe    taie    taif    taik    tail    taip    taiu    taki    tako    tala    tale    tama    tame    tana    tani    tape    tara    tare    tari    tasa    taus    

  n. tar. also .

taʻape  blueline snapper, bluestripe snapper. Lutjanus kasmira. (invasive predator, introduced from Marquesas in 1958). Tah..

taea  n. tire. also kaea. Eng. CAR

taea paikikalabicycle tire

tahasa  s. Name of an animal in Scripture called a badger. Puk. 25:5. It is mostly used with ili as an adjective; as, ili tehasa, a badger's skin. Ezek. 16:10.

tahesa  s. Name of an animal in Scripture called a badger. Puk. 25:5. It is mostly used with ili as an adjective; as, ili tehasa, a badger's skin. Ezek. 16:10.

Taiete [tai·ete]  n. society, as in Society Islands. [+]G

Ka pae moku ʻo TaieteSociety Islands

taifuni  var. spelling of kaipuni, typhoon...

taika  n. taiga. Eng. GEO

Tailani [tai·lani]  n. Thailand. Eng. G

Taipi  Typee. (EH)

Taiuana [tai·uana]  n. Taiwan; Taiwanese. Eng. G

Takisitana [takisi·tana]  n. Tajikistan. Eng. G

Takoma  var. spelling of Kakoma, Tacoma...

Talahase [tala·hase]  n. Tallahassee, the capital of Florida. Eng. [+]G

talapia [tala·pia]  n. tilapia. Eng. FIS

talena  s. Eng. from Gr. A talent, a measure of weight, equal to about fiftyseven pounds. Puk. 25:39. A denomination of money, about fifteen hundred dollars.

tama  var. spelling of kama₅, nighthawk...

tamanu  Calophyllum inophyllum. (EH)

Tamesa  Thames (River). (EH)

Tana  n. Tana. Eng. [+]

Ka loko ʻo TanaLake Tana

Tanazania [tana·zania]  n. Tanzania; Tanzanian. Eng. G

Lepupalika Hui ʻia ʻo TanazaniaUnited Republic of Tanzania

tanika  vs. tannic. Eng. SCI

ʻakika tanikatannic acid

tapenetine  var. spelling of kapenekine, turpentine...

Tarafalaga  Trafalgar. (EH)

taranatula  var. spelling of kalanakula, tarantula...

Tarede  var. spelling of Kaleke, Thursday...

tarede  s. Eng. Thursday; originally Thor's day, i. e., a day set apart for the worship of Thor, the god of thunder; among Hawaiians, the fourth day of the week, poaha. NOTE.—In English reckoning it is the fifth day of the week.

Tarinidada [tarini·dada]  n. Trinidad. Eng. [+]G

Tasamana [tasa·mana]  n. Tasman. Eng. [+]G

Ke kai ʻo TasamanaTasman Sea

Tasamania [tasa·mania]  n. Tasmania. Eng. [+]G

tausani  s. Eng. A thousand; the number ten hundred. Kin. 20:16. num. adj. Gram. § 115, 4th; Puk. 18:21. Kanaka understood.

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teasora  s. Heb. The name of a tree in Isa. 41:19 translated the box tree; also in Isa. 60:13.

teasura  s. Heb. The name of a tree in Isa. 41:19 translated the box tree; also in Isa. 60:13.

Tebesa  Thebes. (EH)

tehasa  s. Name of an animal in Scripture called a badger. Puk. 25:5. It is mostly used with ili as an adjective; as, ili tehasa, a badger's skin. Ezek. 16:10.

Tekasa  n. Texas; Texan. also Kekeka, Teseta. Eng. G

tela lole  var. spelling of kela lole, tailor...

telegarapa  var. spelling of kelekalapa, kelekalepa, telegraph...

telepona  var. spelling of kelepona, telephone...

tempura  n. tempura (KAN)[+]

Tenesī [tene·]  n. Tennessee; Tennessean. also Kenekī. G

tenisa  var. spelling of kenika, tennis...

tenora  var. spelling of kenola, tern...

teraka  var. spelling of kelaka, tract...

Terake  var. spelling of Kelake, Thrace...

teremometa  var. spelling of kelemomeka, thermometer...

teriliona  var. spelling of keliliona, trillion...

teritore  var. spelling of kelikoli, territory...

Teritori  var. spelling of kelikoli, territory...

terusa  var. spelling of keluka, thrush...

Teseta  n. Texas; Texan. also Kekeka, Tekasa. G

Tetisa  n. Tethys, a moon of Saturn. Eng. STA

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ti

tias    tibe    tida    tiek    tiga    tige    tila    time    timo    tini    tire    tita    

tiasura  var. spelling of kiakula, pine, box tree... AltSpel PLA TRE

Tibeta  Tibet. (EH)

tidara  s. Heb. The name of a tree mentioned by Isa. 41:19 and translated pine. see also Isa. 60:13.

Tieka  n. Czech. see Tiekasolowakia. Eng. G

Ka Lepupalika ʻo TiekaCzech Republic

Tiekasolowakia [tieka·solo·wakia]  n. Czechoslovakia; Czech, but only when referring to the former country of Czechoslovakia. see Tieka. Eng. G

tiga  s. Eng. A tiger, an animal of the cat kind. Lam. Haw. 15:1.

Tigerisa  Tigris (River). (EH)

tila  s. Eng. Steel. see kila.

timeberala  s. Eng. A timbrel, a small drum, a very ancient musical instrument, similar to the kuolokani of Hawaiians. Hal. 68:25. For various other instruments, see 2 Sam. 6:5.

timerala  s. Eng. A timbrel, a small drum, a very ancient musical instrument, similar to the kuolokani of Hawaiians. Hal. 68:25. For various other instruments, see 2 Sam. 6:5.

Timora  n. Timor. Eng. [+]

Ke kai ʻo TimoraTimor Sea

tini  var. spelling of kini₅, tin...

tiresa  s. Heb. A cypress tree. Isa. 44:14.

tireza  var. spelling of kileka, holm tree... bc

tita  var. spelling of kika₂, sister...

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to

toau    toba    tofu    toke    toko    tona    tong    topa    topi    toti    towe    

toʻau  black snapper; blacktail snapper. Lutjanus fulvus. (invasive predator, inrtroduced from Moorea, Fr. Polynesia, 1956). Tah..

Tobago  n. Tobago. Eng. [+]G

tōfū [·]  n. tofu, bean curd. Japn.. FOO

Tokelau [toke·lau]  n. Tokelau. Eng. [+]G

Tōkō [·]  n. Togo. Eng. G

tona  var. spelling of kona₅, ton...

Tonga  see Aupuni Mōʻī ʻo Tonga, Tonga, Kingdom of Tonga G

topaza  s. Eng. from Gr. A topaz, the name of a precious stone. Mel. Sol. 5:14; Hoik. 21:20.

topazo  s. Eng. from Gr. A topaz, the name of a precious stone. Mel. Sol. 5:14; Hoik. 21:20.

topido  var. spelling of kōpiko₂, torpedo...

tōtia [·tia]  n. tortilla. Spanish. FOO

towela  var. spelling of kowela, tower...

Towera o Ladana  var. spelling of Kowela o Lākana, Tower of London...

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tu

tuam    tuha    tuka    tuke    tuko    tumi    tuna    tuni    tupu    ture    turi    tusa    tuse    tuta    tutu    tuwa    

Tuamotu [tua·motu]  n. Tuamotu. Eng. [+]G

Ka pae moku ʻo TuamotuTuamotu Islands

Tuhaʻa Pae  n. Austral, as in Austral Islands. Tah.. [+]G

Ka pae moku ʻo Tuhaʻa PaeAustral Islands

tūkana [·kana]  n. toucan. Eng. BIR

Tukemenikana [tuke·meni·kana]  n. Turkmenistan. Eng. G

tuko  n. glue. Niʻihau Eng. (Duco).

tuko keʻokeʻopaste

tuko laholiorubber cement

tuko paipu ʻea  n. plastic pipe cement. lit., plastic pipe glue. also tuko paipu. see pena holoi.

tuko pīlali [tuko ·lali]  n. silicone, used as an adhesive. lit., sticky glue. TOO

Tumima  var. spelling of Kumima, Thummim...

tumimi  s. Heb. The thummim, something worn on the breast-plate of the Jewish high-priest. Puk. 28:30. see URIMA.

tuna  n. tuna. Eng. FIS FOO

kini tunacan of tuna

Tūnalu [·nalu]  n. Tungaru. Eng. [+]G

Tunisia [tuni·sia]  n. Tunisia; Tunisian. Eng. G

Tupuaʻi [tupu·aʻi]  n. Tubuai. Eng. [+]G

Tureke  var. spelling of Kuleke, Turkey...

Tureke, Kuleke  n. Turkey; Turk; Turkish. G

Turekese me Kaikosa [ture·kese me kai·kosa]  n. Turks and Caicos. Eng. [+]G

Turino  var. spelling of Kulino, Turin...

Tusakalusa  var. spelling of Kukakaluka, Tuscaloosa...

Tusede  var. spelling of Kukeke₂, Tuesday...

Tusede  s. Eng. Tuesday, name of the third day of the week; with Hawaiians the second day, Poalua.

Tusekani  var. spelling of Kukekani, Tuscany...

tuta  kik/ham. tutor; to tutor. Eng. [+]EDU

Pono wau e tuta ʻia e kekahi tuta ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.I need to be tutored by a Hawaiian-speaking tutor.

tūtū  var. spelling of kūkū₁.

tutua [tutua·tiʻi]  n. monster (Wight E-H), hideous creature. Niʻihau. cf. tutuatiʻi, spider...

E kūkā kamaʻilio ana kēia poʻe tutua pupuka kekahi me kekahi.These loathsome creatures were speaking one to another. (Hopita 138)

tutuatiʻi [tutua·tiʻi]  n. general name for spiders, esp. used for frightening children. Niʻihau. see nananana, peʻepeʻe.[+]INS

tūtū kāne  var. spelling of kūkū kāne, grandpa...

tūtū mā  n. grandmother, grandma

tūtū pā  n. grandfather, grandpa

tūtū wahine  var. spelling of kūkū wahine, grandma...

Tūwalu [·walu]  n. Tuvalu. Eng. [+]G

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