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 Anu Cold
Hawaiian Aanuenue Rainbow
Hawaiian ʔAnuhe Caterpillar
Hawaiian Uluhe, unuhe False staghorn fern (Dicranopteris, Hicriopteris, Sticherus)
Hawaiian Ao Cloud
Hawaiian ʔAoa Bark (of dog), howl
Hawaiian Ao/aoa/ Small seaside shrub, (Wikstroemia sp.)
Hawaiian (ʔA)poopoo Tomorrow
Hawaiian Apu Destroy, ravage, ruin
Hawaiian Apu To snap or snatch with the teeth
Hawaiian ʔIli/ahi/ Sandalwood, (Santalum spp.)
Hawaiian Aka Moon dawn
Hawaiian Aka- Carefully, slowly
Hawaiian Aka Shadow, reflection
Hawaiian Akahai Modest, gentle, unassuming, meek
Hawaiian Akalau Ghost or spirit of a living person seen by others
Hawaiian Akamai Clever, expert
Hawaiian Ake Liver
Hawaiian Aakea Broad, wide, spacious, open, public, at large
Hawaiian Aakea Broad, wide, spacious, unobstructed
Hawaiian Ake loa Spleen
Hawaiian Ako Thatch
Hawaiian Aku Away from speaker
Hawaiian Akua Deity
Hawaiian Akua Name of the fourteenth night of the full moon
Hawaiian Akule Trachurops crumenophthalmus (scud fish)
Hawaiian (W)au First person singular pronoun (Focus)
Hawaiian Au Current
Hawaiian Au To weed; rub, massage, polish
Hawaiian Uahi Smoke
Hawaiian Au(w)ee Oh! Oh dear! Oh boy! Alas! Too bad! Goodness! (Much used to express wonder, fear, scorn, pity, affection)...To groan, moan, grieve, bewail
Hawaiian Aau(h)ulu Injure, harm, rage; rough, raging (as sea or wind)
Hawaiian Aumihi Grieve, regret, be sorry
Hawaiian Aumoe Late at night, about midnight
Hawaiian Auka Tired, weary
Hawaiian W/auke/ Paper mulberry
Hawaiian Awa Channel
Hawaiian Awa Milkfish (Chanos chanos)
Hawaiian Awakea Noon
Hawaiian Awaawa Valley, gulch, ravine
Hawaiian Awe Thread
Hawaiian E Preposed agent marker
Hawaiian ʔEe Yes (unemphatic)
Hawaiian Ea Rise, go up, become erect; sovereignty, independance; life, breath, spirit
Hawaiian Ea(ea) To smell (vi) Phonologically Irregular
Hawaiian Ehu Spray, foam
Hawaiian Elo Wet, soggy
Hawaiian Epaepa Part of a fish's tail above and below the cleft Problematic
Hawaiian ʔEke Cringe, shrink from, draw away from, flinch, wince
Hawaiian ʔEkeʔeke Fussy, over-exacting, cranky