1. v., To strike, rub or scrape on the ground, as a canoe, boat or ship. Kin. 8:4.
2. To strike or run aground, as a ship; to strike a rock.
3. To be cast away; ua ili ka moku a nahaha, the ship stranded and was broken up.
4. To rest on land, as a boat when the water subsides; to stick fast.
5. To lay upon one, as good or bad, i. e., to make responsible. Nah. 18:1.
6. To come upon one, as a good or a blessing. Kanl. 28:2. Also,
7. As a curse or evil. Kanl. 28:15.
8. To fall or come to one, as an inheritance, or to become one's by inheritance. Ios. 24:32.
9. To inherit, as land. Kin. 15:8.
10.To pass over, as the moon over the surface of the ocean; ua ili ka mahina maluna o ka ili o ke kai.
11. Hooili. To cause one to inherit, as an estate, i. e., to give one an inheritance.
12. To bring upon one, as evil, i. e., to come upon one, as a judgment; to fasten the charge of evil upon one.
13. To count or consider a thing as belonging to one; to impute, or attribute something to one, &c. Kin. 15:6.
14. To attribute to another a plan which was partly his own; hooili aku la na ke kahuna wale no ka olelo, a huna i kana iho, he attributed the plan to the priest, and concealed his own part.
15. To cause a transfer of property or a kingdom to another; i hooili pono aku ai o Kaahumanu i ke aupuni no Liholiho, that Kaahumanu might transfer the kingdom to Liholiho as his.
16. To lade, as a beast of burden; to take in, as a passenger on board a ship; ke hooili nei i ka ukana o ka moku.
17. To be stopped, as a stone rolling down a hill, i. e., to strike.
18. Applied also to a person pursued in battle until he is angry with the pursuer, and turns upon his adversary with such
fury that he also runs in turn.