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ʻike Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. nvt., To see, know, feel, greet, recognize, perceive, experience, be aware, understand; to know sexually (For. 4:275); to receive revelations from the gods; knowledge, awareness, understanding, recognition, comprehension and hence learning; sense, as of hearing or sight; sensory, perceptive, vision.

  • Examples:
    • ʻIke nui ʻia, well known, famous.
    • ʻIke ʻē, foresee.
    • ʻIke mamao, far-sighted.
    • ʻIke pōkole, near-sighted.
    • ʻIke wale ʻia, easily seen, conspicuous.
    • Aniani hoʻonui ʻike, magnifying glass, telescope, microscope.
    • Hāiki ka ʻike, narrow-minded, ʻIke aku, ʻike mai, to recognize one another.
    • Ē Leo, e hele mai e ʻike i kō hoahānau, Leo, come and greet your cousin.
    • Pau ka ʻike, to lose consciousness.
    • ʻIke hoʻomaopopo, conscious, consciousness.
    • Ua hele au e ʻike i kuʻu hoaloha; ua pau ka ʻike, pau ka lohe, I went to see my friend, he was in a coma, neither seeing or hearing.
    • He ʻike kumu, he ʻike lau, he ʻike lono, he ʻike pū ʻawa hiwa; Ka ʻike ia āu ē ke akua (hula prayer), a knowledge basic, a knowledge flowering, a knowledge heard, a knowledge from kava offerings; this is the knowledge from you, O god.
  • hōʻike Caus/sim.
    • a. To show, make known, display, tell, exhibit, reveal, indicate, inform, report, notify, explain, testify, cause to know or seen, discover, announce, allege; acquaint; testimony, notice, information; identifying characteristics, as of land claims; proof, token guide, exhibition. Hōʻike maopopo aku, to demonstrate clearly. Hōʻike ʻōlelo, grammar. Haʻawina hōʻike, examination, test. Hōʻike ā maka, hōʻike ākea, to reveal openly and clearly. Hōʻike ʻana, show, exhibition, (cap.) Revelation (Biblical). Hōʻike ʻano, description, example, illustration; to tell the nature of, describe. Hōʻike honua, geography. Hōʻike hoʻopōkole, shortened review, synopsis, sketch, summary, outline, resumé. Hōʻike manawa, chronology. Hōʻike panakō, bank statement or report. Palapala hōʻike, affidavit, report.
    • b. Witness, as in court. Hōʻike hoʻopunipuni, hōike wahaheʻe, false witness; to lie, commit perjury. Hōʻike paʻa, witness, one who confirms. Hōʻike pākuʻi, rebuttal.
    • c. School commencement; to hold commencement.
    • d. Congregational convention of various Sunday Schools with singing and recitation. Nā hōʻike makahiki, the annual conventions. PPN kite.
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2. interjection of scorn in the phrase: I ka ʻike! What does [he, she] know!

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ʻike Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

kikino, Information.

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ʻike Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

Laina ʻike. Line of sight, sight line. Also laina lena.

I-KE Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To see, perceive by the eye.

2. To see, perceive mentally, i. e., to know; understand.

3. A form of sending love to an absent one; as, e ike aku oe ia mea, do you salute such a one.

4. To receive, as a visitor or a messenger.

5. To know; to have carnal knowledge of. Kin. 4:1 and 19:5.

6. Hoo. To exhibit; to show; to point out; to cause to know; to give testimony in a court concerning one.

I-KE Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. Knowledge; instruction; ka ike, the person having knowledge. Puk. 4:11. Understanding. Kanl. 4:6. A parting salutation; as, e ike.

Ike (ĭ'-kĕ), n. Parker Haw to Eng,

Knowledge; instruction; understanding.

Ike (ĭ'-kĕ), v. Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To see; to perceive by the eye.

2. To perceive mentally; to know; to understand.

3. To receive, as a caller.

4. To have carnal knowledge of.

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