auē, auwē: Oh! Oh dear! Oh boy! Alas! Too bad! Goodness! (Much used to express wonder, fear, scorn, pity, affection). To groan, moan, grieve, bewail.
lala: Branch, limb, bough, coconut frond. Timber, as of outrigger boom or float. Wing of an army. To branch out, form branches, diverge. Member, as of a society. Slip, as of hibiscus. Sweet potato produced on a branch vine. Barb or hook, as of bone or coconut shell, on a mother-of-pearl lure. Bone point, of a composite hook. Fins.
haʻaheo: Proud, haughty. To strut. To cherish with pride. Pride, vanity, haughtiness.
ʻawapuhi: Wild ginger (Zingiber zerumbet), a forest herb with narrow leaves arranged along a stalk 30 top 60 centimeters high, bearing on a separate small stalk small yellowish flowers in an oblong head, and having aromatic underground stems. A native of India. The root was used to scent and dye tapa. A variety of sweet potato. A type of taro.
laua: Not much remaining to do, progressing, nearly finished (commonly used after a negative).
pueo: Hawaiian short-eared owl, regarded often as a benevolent ʻaumakua. Short. To rock a child on the foot. While doing this, one amused the child by chanting. Shroud of a ship or canoe. A kind of taro. House lashing.