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interjection, No, not, never; to be none, to have none, -un.

  • Examples:
    • ʻA ʻole loa! Certainly not! Not at all! I should say not! Never! ʻAʻole loa anei ʻoe i hele i Hilo? Have you ever been to Hilo? ʻAʻole paha, probably not, perhaps not (polite).
    • ʻA ʻole i maʻamaʻahia, unfamiliar.
  • References:

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

v. To not; not to do; aole oia i hana, he did it not.

2. To deny; refuse to do a thing; aole ae la ia i hoopono ia ia, ia manawa, he refused (he did not) reform himself at that time.

3. Not to be; no existence. Hal. 37:36. Aole e ole, a phrase signifying the strongest affirmation, as, it cannot but be, it cannot be otherwise, it will not fail of being so, there is no not in the case, &c. NOTE.— the sense 2, to deny, is more generally found under the form ole, v., 3d conj. hoo., which see.

adv. An adverb of denying, refusing; no; not; a universal negative; for euphony's sake, it takes different forms; as, aohe, aole, ohe, ole, and aoe. The form ole is privative in its meaning, and may be added to almost any adjective, noun (proper names excepted,) or verb in the language. It is equivalent to the English inseparable negative particles, less, in, un, &c See OLE.

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

Aole (ā-ŏ'-lĕ), adv.

/ ā-ŏ'-lĕ / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Same as aole. Not.

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