Entries from Pukui & Elbert 1986 in Pollex-Online

Pukui, M. K. and S. H. Elbert (1986). Hawaiian Dictionary. Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press.

Language Item Description
Hawaiian ʔAe Yes, consent, agree
Hawaiian Aaewa Sway, as a branch or sea-eddy
Hawaiian H/aha/ Net gauge
Hawaiian ʔAhakea Trees (Bobea spp.); wood used for canoe rims
Hawaiian Ahe/ahe Zephyr
Hawaiian Aahea When (in the future, interrogative)
Hawaiian Ahi Fire
Hawaiian Ahiahi Evening
Hawaiian Aho Cord, especially fishing line
Hawaiian Aho Breath; to breathe
Hawaiian Ahu Altar, shrine, heap up, pile
Hawaiian Aahua/one Sandbank
Hawaiian Aahua Heap. mound, hillock
Hawaiian Ani Blow (of wind, breeze)
Hawaiian Aniani Travel swiftly
Hawaiian Ao Day (not night)
Hawaiian Au Gall
Hawaiian Ai Linking particle
Hawaiian Ai Coition
Hawaiian ʔAioo Wave that rises and falls without breaking
Hawaiian Aʔa Small root
Hawaiian Aʔe/aʔe Banana variety with green and white striped fruit and leaves
Hawaiian Aʔiaʔi Fair, white, clear
Hawaiian Aʔo Learn, teach
Hawaiian Waku Scrape, grate, wear away by friction
Hawaiian Auaneʔi, aʔuaneʔi Soon, by and by, presently, shortly, just
Hawaiian Ala Awake
Hawaiian Alahaka Plank bridge, trestle, ladder
Hawaiian Alahula A frequented and well-known path
Hawaiian Aalai Screen
Hawaiian Ale Hollow or cavern on sea floor
Hawaiian Alelo Tongue
Hawaiian Ali/ali Crystal clear, white
Hawaiian Aalia Pool where salt is formed; salt-bed
Hawaiian Aliʔi Chief
Hawaiian Alo Front
Hawaiian Aloha Love, pity, compassion
Hawaiian Aloha Greetings, hello, goodbye
Hawaiian Amio Pass in and out
Hawaiian Amo Carry a burden on the shoulders, lift weights
Hawaiian Amu(amu) Curse, revile
Hawaiian Ana Post-posed particle, continuance of action or state
Hawaiian Ana Cave
Hawaiian Ane Mite
Hawaiian Aanea Moth-eaten
Hawaiian Aanewa(newa) Dizzy, unsteady
Hawaiian Ano Weird solitude, awe
Hawaiian Anu Cold
Hawaiian Aanuenue Rainbow
Hawaiian ʔAnuhe Caterpillar