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kaikunāne
brother or male cousin of a girl
kaikuahine
sister or female cousin of a male
mai`a
banana
keiki makua`ole
orphan
pi`i
to climb
waele
to weed
nāhelehele
weeds
kohā
resounding, echoes
leo
voice
hā`upu
to recall
kupua
demigod
weliweli
fierce, ferocious, revered
wakawaka
sharp, pointed
mākonā
mean, hard
puhi
eel
ho`oma`ama`a
to practice
`ōpae
shrimp
noi
to request
penei
thus, this way, like this
pēlā
thus, that way, like that
ha`i
to tell
piha
full
maka`u
fear, afraid
hō`ole
to refuse, to deny
makemake
to desire
`a`a
to challenge
paio
to battle
kulu
to flow
waimaka
tears
hopena
the end
kūpe`e
marine snail
hā`awipio
to surrender
`a`ama
crab
loli
sea cucumber
pāo`o
blenny
kokoke
near, close
mali`a
perhaps
ho`ā`o
to try
pa`a
stuck, firm
`imi
to seek, to search
ha`alele
to leave, abandon
pōhaku
rock
`alā
dense, waterworn rock
moe
to lie down, to sleep
mālie
calm, still
pono
must
ho`āla
to wake someone
hiamoe
to sleep
lapuwale
wretched, scoundrel
ho`opakele
to rescue (someone)