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85 Cards in this Set

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‘ākau
right (direction); north
‘ao‘ao
side, page
‘eke
bag, purse (ke)
hema
left (direction); south
hilahila
ashamed, embarrassed
ho‘onoho
to set (as a table)
ho‘opiha
to fill
hope
behind, back, after, later, last (final)
hua moa
egg
‘imi
to seek, to look for
ipu
container, cup, dish
kai
seaward
kapuahi
stove
kau
to place, to put
kāwele
towel, napkin
ke verb nei
present tense marker
kī‘aha
glass (container)
koiū
shoyu
kōpa‘a
sugar
kuene
waiter
kumu
tree
laiki
rice
lalo
below, under
loko
inside
luna
above, on top of
mahina
month, moon
maka‘u
afraid of, fightened
manakō
mango
mo‘a
cooked
mua
before, in front of, first, previous
nūhou
news
nūpepa
newspaper
‘ō
fork
pahi
knife
palai
to fry
pi‘i
to climb up
pōloli
hungry
puka aniani
window
puna
spoon (ke)
uka
inland
waena
between
waho
outside
waiho
to leave something, to deposit
wai hua ‘ai
fruit juice
waiū
milk
hana ‘ino
to abuse, mistreat, do evil, torment, pick on, make fun of
ho‘i ho‘i
to return something
ho‘ohenehene
to tease
‘ike maka
eyesight, eyewitness
kapu
reserve, forbidden
kele
jelly, jam
kikiki
ticket
kuawa
guava
mai
don't! (verb)
makapō
blind
‘oi
to excel
‘ono
to crave
poina
to forget
pupule
crazy
ao
day (daylight hours)
hāmama (vs)
to be open
hē‘ī
papaya
ho‘ā‘o (vt)
to try
hō‘au‘au (vt)
to bathe (with object)
hō‘olu‘olu (vt)
to soothe, to make comfortable, to ease
ho‘onanea (vi)
to relax, to kick back, to mellow out
ho‘opaumanawa (vt; compound)
to waste time
hūnā (vt)
to hide (with object)
kahuhipa
shepherd
kopa
soap
maka (vs)
green (not ripe)
mane‘o (vs)
itchy
mea nui
main thing; important
na‘e
nevertheless
nahu (vt)
to bite, a bite
nanea (vs)
relaxed, absorbed, engrossed, mellow
noi (vt)
to request, ask for
‘ōlelo no‘eau
saying proverb
‘ōpiopio
youth, youngster juvenille
pa‘a
stuck, closed; to be shut
pani (vt)
to close, to shut, to turn off
pe‘e (vi)
to hide oneself (no object)
puka (vi)
to emerge, come out; door
‘uku
flea
wehe (vt)
to open