Mokuna ʻelima

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Mokuna ʻelima
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2012-06-06 14:13:05
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  1. a kind of fish
    ke aku

    kikino
  2. god, God
    • ke akua
    • kikino
  3. a hole in the ground used to kālua food
    • ka imu
    • kikino
  4. caucasian, especially anglo-american
    • ka haole
    • kikino
  5. excrement
    • ke kūkae
    • kikino
  6. thorn
    • ke kukū
    • kikino
  7. he ʻano meaʻai Hawaiʻi
    • ka laulau
    • kikino
  8. birthday
    • ka lā hānau
    • kikino
  9. What day?
    • ka lā hea? ( the day we went to Kaʻū. the day i wast here)
    • kikino
  10. holiday
    • ka lānui
    • kikino
  11. What date?
    • ka lā ʻehia?
    • kikino
  12. dirt, polite word for excrement
    • ka lepo
    • kikino
  13. -pit, hole in the ground
    -toilet, bathroom
    • ka lua
    • kikino
  14. bathroom (polite)
    • ka lumi hoʻopau pilikia
    • kikino
  15. he ano iʻa (m)
    • ka mahimahi
    • ka manini

    kikino
  16. ke moʻopuna
    • grandchild
    • kikino
  17. muʻumuʻu
    • muʻumuʻu
    • kikino
  18. chili pepper
    • ka nīoi
    • kikino
  19. hat
    • ka pāpale
    • kikino
  20. rock, stone
    • ka pohaku
    • kikino
  21. a chunk of food, a way of preparing raw fish in chunks
    • ka poke
    • kikino
  22. poke aku
    • a chunk of aku aku poke
    • kikino
  23. hole, peforation
    • ka puka
    • kikino
  24. week
    • ka pule
    • kikino
  25. time, period
    • ka wā
    • kikino
  26. -type, kind
    -nature, characteristic
    • ke ʻano
    • kikino
  27. a polite word for rear end, buttocks
    • ka ʻēlemu
    • kikino
  28. family, relative
    • ka ʻohana
    • kikino
  29. rear end, buttocks
    • ka ʻōkole
    • kikino
  30. ʻukulele
    • ka ʻukulele
    • kikino
  31. to love someone or someplace
    • ke aloha
    • hamani
  32. to carry, lift
    • ka hāpai
    • hamani
  33. to turn something over, invert
    • ka hoʻohuli
    • hamani
  34. -to extinguish
    -to turn off
    • ka hoʻopio
    • hamani
  35. to feel anger toward
    • ka huhū
    • hamani
  36. to cook in an imu
    • ke kālua
    • hamani
  37. to do mischief to something
    • ke kolohe
    • hamani
  38. to ask probing questions of
    • ka nīele
    • hamani
  39. to pray
    ka pule
  40. -to loosen, unfasten
    -to open
    -remove
    • ka wehe
    • hamani
  41. to ride or walk around for fun, to cruise around
    • ka holoholo
    • hehele
  42. to turn a corner, face a direction
    • ka huli
    • hehele
  43. -to bathe, shower
    -to swim around in water
    • ka ʻauʻau
    • hehele
  44. pregnant
    • ka hāpai
    • ʻaʻano
  45. loose, unfastened
    • ka hemo
    • ʻaʻano
  46. smelly, bad smelling
    • ka hohono
    • ʻaʻano
  47. forbidden, sacred, taboo
    • ke kapu
    • ʻaʻano
  48. sloppy, poorly done
    • ke kāpulu
    • ʻaʻano
  49. dirty
    • ka lepo
    • ʻaʻano
  50. -paralyzed as a leg
    -stupid
    ka lōlō
  51. -used up
    -over, ended
    -gone, no longer in existence
    • ka pau
    • ʻaʻano
  52. -out, as a light or fire
    -off as a machine or light
    • ka pio
    • ʻaʻano
  53. terribly stink
    • ka pilau
    • ʻaʻano
  54. in trouble
    • ka pilikia
    • ʻaʻano
  55. crazy
    • ka pupule
    • ʻaʻano

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