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 Huʔa Foam
Hawaiian Huʔe Uncover, expose, open an oven
Hawaiian Hula To dance the hula; son or chant used for the hula; to twitch, as a muscle or eyelid; to palpitate, throb
Hawaiian Hule/i Lift, raise, draw up, as a skirt; to pull, pry
Hawaiian Huli Turn (round or over)
Hawaiian Hulikua To turn one's back
Hawaiian Hulu Hair, feather
Hawaiian Hulu Kind, nature, colour; cloth
Hawaiian Huna Hidden (Secret)
Hawaiian Huunaa Conceal
Hawaiian Huna Eleventh night of the month
Hawaiian Huunoona Son- or daughter-in-law, nephew or niece by marriage
Hawaiian Huki Pull
Hawaiian Hukia Passive-imperative of huki
Hawaiian -na Gerundive suffix
Hawaiian Naa Moan, groan, wail
Hawaiian Naa Plural definite article
Hawaiian Naele Yielding, soft, miry, spongy; swamp, bog
Hawaiian Nahaa Cracked, broken, as a dish
Hawaiian Nahoa Head wound, intense headache
Hawaiian Naahoa/hoa Head wound, intense headache
Hawaiian Nae Shortness of breath; pant or puff for breath
Hawaiian Naele Soft
Hawaiian Naio Oinworm, mosquito larvae
Hawaiian Naio A tree (Myoporum sandwicense)
Hawaiian Naʔau Intestines, bowels, guts; mind, heart, affections; mood, temper, feelings
Hawaiian Naʔe Easterly or windward part
Hawaiian Naʔo Spittle, phlegm, mucus, slimy
Hawaiian Nali Nibble, gnaw
Hawaiian Nani Pretty, glorious, splendid; good thing Phonologically Irregular
Hawaiian Nani Since, because
Hawaiian Nalo Disappeared, forgotten, lost
Hawaiian Nalo Housefly
Hawaiian Nalu Wave n
Hawaiian Nalulu Dull headache, dull pain in stomach; be queasy
Hawaiian Lana To be aware of noises as one wakes Problematic
Hawaiian Nao Ripple, ridge, groove, grain
Hawaiian Napu Yielding, springy, rising and falling, bending and swaying
Hawaiian Nahae Torn, rent
Hawaiian Nahenahe Soft, gentle, suave
Hawaiian Nahele Forest
Hawaiian Naaholo Flee (of several), run away
Hawaiian Nahu Bite, have a tendency to bite; sting, pain
Hawaiian Naka Sea-creature; a land-shell (Thaumatodon nesophila) and others
Hawaiian Naka A land-shell (Thaumatodon nesophila) and others
Hawaiian Naka Cracked and peeling, as one who has drunk kava to excess; to crack open, as earth from the heat
Hawaiian Nakeke Rattling (as a window), rustling (as paper)
Hawaiian Naakolo Rumbling, roaring (as surf, thunder), reverberating
Hawaiian (Naa)naku (Scirpus validus), the Great Bulrush
Hawaiian Naku To root, wallow (as a hog)