1. an emerald.
2. n. name of a seaweed.
|Hōʻik 4:3||A ʻo ka mea e noho ana, ua like kona helehelena me ka pōhaku Iāsepi a me ka Saredio; a he ānuenue i piʻo maila a puni ka noho aliʻi, me he pōhaku ʻōmaʻomaʻo lā.||And the one who sat there had the appearance of jasper and carnelian. A rainbow, resembling an emerald, encircled the throne.|
|Hōʻik 21:19||Ua hoʻonani ʻia ke kumu o ka pā i nā pōhaku maikaʻi a pau loa. ʻO ke kumu mua o ka hoʻokū ʻana, he iāsepi; ʻo ka lua, he sapeiro; ʻo ke kolu, he kalekedona; ʻo ka hā, he ʻōmaʻomaʻo;||The foundations of the city walls were decorated with every kind of precious stone. The first foundation was jasper, the second sapphire, the third chalcedony, the fourth emerald,|
|Puk 28:18||A ʻo ka lālani lua, he ʻōmaʻomaʻo, he sapeiro, he daimana.||the second row shall be turquoise, lapis lazuli and emerald;|
|Puk 39:11||A ʻo ka lālani lua, he ʻōmaʻomaʻo, he sapeiro, he daimana.||the second row was turquoise, lapis lazuli and emerald;|
|ʻOihk 13:49||A inā he ʻōmaʻomaʻo iki, a he ʻulaʻula iki ka lēpera i loko o ke kapa paha, a i loko paha o ka ʻili, a i loko paha o ka maʻawe loloa, a ma ka maʻawe pokopoko paha, a i loko paha o ka mea i hana ʻia no ka ʻili; he maʻi lēpera ia, a e hōʻike ʻia ia i ke kahuna pule.||if the affected area in the fabric, the leather, the woven or knitted material, or any leather article, is greenish or reddish, it is a defiling mold and must be shown to the priest.|
|ʻOihk 14:37||A e nānā aku ʻo ia i ka maʻi ʻino, aia hoʻi, inā ma nā paia ka maʻi ʻino, he mau ʻaluʻalu, he ʻōmaʻomaʻo iki, a he ʻulaʻula iki paha, ua poʻopoʻo i loko o ka paia i ka nānā aku;||He is to examine the mold on the walls, and if it has greenish or reddish depressions that appear to be deeper than the surface of the wall,|
|ʻEset 1:6||ʻO nā pākū hoʻi, he lole huluhulu keʻokeʻo, a he olonā keʻokeʻo, a me ka poni, ua paʻa i nā kaula huluhulu keʻokeʻo, maikaʻi, a me ka ʻulaʻula, i naki ʻia i loko o nā komo dālā, ma nā kia pōhaku keʻokeʻo. ʻO nā noho hilinaʻi, he gula ia a me ke kālā ma luna o ke kahua pōhaku ʻōmaʻomaʻo, a keʻokeʻo, i hoʻonoho pū ʻia me nā momi a me ka ʻea.||The garden had hangings of white and blue linen, fastened with cords of white linen and purple material to silver rings on marble pillars. There were couches of gold and silver on a mosaic pavement of porphyry, marble, mother-of-pearl and other costly stones.|
|Mele 1:16||Aia hoʻi, he nani kou, e kaʻu mea i aloha ai, he maikaʻi hoʻi; Ua ʻōmaʻomaʻo nō hoʻi ko kāua wahi moe.||How handsome you are, my lover! Oh, how charming! And our bed is verdant.|