1. nvs. Captive, prisoner, victim, prey; conquered, captured, made prisoner; game of tag; to play tag. hoʻo.pio To conquer, subdue, defeat, make prisoner, capture, overcome.
2. vs. Extinguished or out, as a fire or light (used in pidgin English); disappeared, as a ship at sea; to have gone out of sight; to die down, as a wave. Pio loa, to vanish. hoʻo.pio, To put out, extinguish, as a light or fire. Hoʻopio manaʻolana (Kel. 14), sinking hopes. (PCP pio.)
3. nvi. To peep, chirp; to whistle with fingers on the mouth; to pipe on any flutelike instrument; peeping, peep. Kani ka pio hone i ke kula (song), a sweet whistle sounds on the plains.
4. n. A measure of three iwilei (yards), especially of cloth.