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Hē.

the sixth letter of the Hawaiian alphabet. It represents, as in English, the sound of an aspirate. It is frequently euphonic, particularly between the verb and its passive termination ia; as, maluhia instead of maluia. In this case it is sometimes changed for l; as, kaulia for kauia. See Gram.§ 48.

The third letter of the Hawaiian alphabet. It is frequently euphonic, particularly between the verb and the passive termination ia; as, maluhia instead of maluia. In this case it is sometimes changed to l; as kaulia for kauia.

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