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n., Front, face, presence; upper surface, as of a bowl; leeward.

  • Examples:
    • He alo ā he alo, face to face.
    • Eia ʻoe i ke alo o ka ʻaha, here you are in the presence of the assembly.
    • Ua laupaʻi koʻu alo i nā moʻopuna, I have many grandchildren with me here.
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1. vt., To dodge, evade, elude, avoid.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAlo ʻana, dodging, avoidance, oversight, omission.
    • ʻAʻole e hiki ke alo aʻe, it canʻt be helped.
  • References:
    • PPN kalo.

2. vt., To be with, come near, go with, attend, escort, accompany, share an experience, endure, resist.

  • Examples:
    • Kuʻu hoa ʻalo i ke anu, my companion who shared the cold.
    • Kū ana ʻo Mauna Loa, kuahiwi ʻalo ehuehu (song), stands Mauna Loa, mountain that resists storms.
    • E ʻalo aʻe ʻoe iā mākou ā hiki aku i Molokaʻi (FS 267), escort us to Molokaʻi.

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kikino, Face, as one side of a space figure, in math.

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v. To elude or dodge the stroke of a weapon. 1 Sam. 18:11.

2. To pass over from one place to another; ua alo aku nei na kaulua i na kumu i Molokai.

3. To skip or pass over something; e alo i kekahi la, e hana i kekahi la.

4. To pass through the water by swimming; to extend the hands in swimming.

5. To set one’s self against; to be opposed to; e alo ia ia, to face him; to turn and front him.

6. To meet some difficulty or resisting force or opposition; ua nui ka makou hana i ke alo ana me na haku i ka maka o ke kaua, we have much work to do in resisting with our masters the front of the war.

7. To resist boldly, as a difficulty; face, as an enemy in danger. Ios. 8:20. E alo i na ino a pau e hiki mai ana e like me kaua i alo hoomanawanui ai i ka la o ka makalii.

8. To double, as a cape; e aloia mai ai na ale o Lae Hao.

9. To face; to be against. Lunk. 20:48. To resist. Puk. 23:29.

10. To consume; devour.

11. Hoo. To pass away; forget. Isa. 40:27.

To shun; eschew. 1 Pet. 3:11.

s. The front; the face; the presence of one. Kin. 3:8. Ma ke alo, before; in front.

2. The breast or belly. Kin. 3:14. Ua hiki mai i ko’u alo nei, it has come to my front, i.e.,to me; ma kona alo iho, directly in front of him. Ios. 6:20. Ma ke alo alii, persons living with and in the favor of the chief.

s. The name of a four-footed animal in the sea.

1. The front; the face, that is the surface seen. Antonym: kua, the rear or back.

2. The presence of; the state of being present, as Eia oe i ke alo o ka aha; Here you are in the presence of the assembly.

To elude or dodge; to evade.

front. Stream, Haleakala, Maui.

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