akahai: Modest, gentle, unassuming, unpretentious, unobtrusive, docile, decorous, meek, suave.
laha: Extended, spread out, broad, published, circulated, distributed, disseminated, promulgated, advertised, broadcast, widespread, increased, numerous, common, general, ordinary. Gourd calabash painted with patterns. A kind of yam with white flesh under the skin.
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hauna: Unpleasant odor, as of spoiling fish or meat, or volcanic sulphur. Stench. Tainted.
wai: Water, liquid or liquor of any kind other than sea water, juice, sap, honey. Liquids discharged from the body, as blood, semen. Color, dye, pattern. To flow, like water, fluid. Capitalized, place names beginning with Wai, river, stream. Grain in stone. To retain, place, leave, remain, earn, deposit. Who, whom, whose, what. Type of hutch with thatch purlins separated by a width of two fingers.
pē: Crushed, flattened. Humble, low, modest. Perfumed, sweet with fragrance. Drenched, soaked. To bribe. Pay, to pay.
pua: Flower, blossom, tassel and stem of sugar cane. To bloom, blossom. To issue, appear, come forth, emerge, said especially of smoke, wind, speech, and colors, hence to smoke, blow, speak, shine. Progeny, child, descendant, offspring. Young, spawn, fry. Arrow, dart, sometimes made from flower stalks of sugar cane. A tree. Float, buoy. A cloud bank. Capitalized, a Molokaʻi sorcery goddess. A fishhook for turtles.
kaʻahele: To make a tour, travel about. A tour. In turns.
‘ohi: To gather, harvest, cull, pick, select. To collect, as wages or taxes. To take away or usurp, as land. To draft, as soldiers. To buy. Gathering, selection. Bundle, as of taro leaves. To gush, chatter aimlessly and ramblingly, gabble.