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ʻano Pukui-Elbert, Haw to Eng,

1. n. Kind, variety, nature, character, disposition, bearing, type, brand, likeness, sort, way, manner, shape, tendency, fashion, style, mode, circumstance, condition, resemblance, image, color, moral quality, denomination, meaning (preceded by ke).

  • Examples:
    • Ke ʻano o ka nohona, way of life, standard of living.
    • He aha ke ʻano? What is [it] like [sometimes said scornfully]? What kind of nonsense is that? He aha nō lā kou ʻano? What's the matter with you?
  • References:
    • PPN kano.

2. vs. Somewhat, rather; to show signs of.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAno maikaʻi, somewhat good, pretty good, fair.
    • ʻAno maikaʻi ʻole, not very good.
    • ʻAno ʻino, wicked, disorderly (of conduct).
    • ʻAno poepoe, somewhat round.
    • Ke ʻano mālie mai nei, beginning to clear up now.
    • E ʻano ua aku ana, it looks like rain.

Tags: preceded by ke

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ʻano Andrews, Haw to Eng / A-NO /,

s., Likeness; resemblance; image of a thing.

2. The meaning of a word or phrase.

3. The moral quality of an action, as good or evil, or the moral state of the heart.

4. The character of a person, as to his life and manners; the explanation of a thing obscure. kin. 41:8.

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ʻano Andrews, Haw to Eng / A-NO /,

v., To have a form or appearance.

2. With hou, to change the form or appearance of a person or thing; e ʻano ae, to become new. Oihk. 13:16. To change the state of things.

3. With hoʻo, to boast; to glory; to hallow; to consecrate. Kin. 2:3.

4. To transform; to change the external appearance.

5. With e, to set apart to another purpose; to consecrate. Hal. 4:3.

6. With hou, to change; to transform. 2 Kor. 11:13.

7. With e, to change, as the countenance, from mirth to sadness and fear. Dan. 5:10.

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ʻano Parker, Haw to Eng / ā'-nŏ /,

1. n., Likeness; resemblance; image of a thing.

2. n., The meaning of a word or phrase.

3. n., The moral quality of an action, as good or evil, or the moral state of the heart.

4. n., The character of a person, as to his life and manners.

5. n., The explanation of a thing obscure.

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ʻano Parker, Haw to Eng / ă'-nŏ /,

v., To take a definite shape; to have a form or appearance.

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