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See māino.

1. nvs., Wicked, immoral, sinful, unwholesome, unclean, bad, vicious, evil, unprincipled; hate, sin, decomposition (For. 5:713).

2. ʻIno loa, very bad or wicked, horrible, abominable.

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2. nvi., Spoiled, contaminated, bad-smelling, of poor quality, ugly; spoiled object, pollution.

  • Examples:
    • Pau ka ʻino, the foul period is over [of a child after toilet training].

3. vt., To injure, hurt, harm, break.

  • Examples:
    • ʻO ka inu wai ʻona, he mea ia e ʻino ai ke kino, the drinking of intoxicants injures the body.

4. nvs., Storm; stormy.

  • Examples:
    • ʻO ka uhiwai nō ka i ʻike i ka ʻino o ka wai, the mists are those that know of storm on the water [those close by know what is going to happen].

5. n., A commoner.

  • References:
    • Kep. 141.

6. particle, Very, very much, intensely. (Sometimes pejorative; Gram. 7.5.)

  • Examples:
    • Aloha ʻino, too bad, what a shame.
    • Nui ʻino, very, very many or much.
    • Holo ʻino ke kaʻa, the car races terrifically.
    • Makemake ʻino au i kēlā mea, I want that thing very much.

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v. To hurt; to injure; to render uncomfortable; oia ka mea e ino ai ke kino, that is what injures the body.

2. To be or become worthless. Ier. 18:4

3. Hoo. To disfigure. Oihk. 19:27. To trouble with evil. Puk. 7:27.

4. To punish; to afflict; to suffer evil.

5. To reproach; to vex; to tease; to harass.

6. To curse.

s. Iniquity. Puk. 37:7. Depravity; anything which is contrary to the general good.

2. The poor quality of a thing; eia kekahi, o ke ino o ka pepa a me ka inika, the poor quality of the paper and ink.

3. The substance in the intestines; honowa.

4. Hoo. Violence; iniquity; cursing.

5. A gale; a storm of wind and rain; he ino huhu, a horrible tempest.

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adj. Bad; wicked; vile; sinful; mea ino, an abomination; an evil thing. Mat. 24:15.

adv. Badly; wickedly.

A strong intensive, used in both a good and bad sense; it expresses very great feeling of affection or hatred; aloha ino, very great love, or with a peculiar tone of voice, very great contempt; he mea minamina ino ka waa, a thing of very great loss is the canoe.

Bad; wicked; vile; sinful.

1. In a bad manner; improperly; wickedly; badly.

2. Much; very; exceedingly: an intensive word: aloha ino; exceedingly loving.

1. n., Iniquity; depravity; wickedness.

2. n., A poor grade, character, or quality: Ke ino o ka pepa a me ka inika; the poor quality of the paper and ink.

3. n., A gale; a storm of wind and rain; a tempest: he ino huhu, a horrible tempest.

4. n., The commotion, disturbance, or agitation of a multitude; a tumult: He ino o uka, ke lele ino mai nei ke ao.

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1. To be or become worthless; to become bad.

2. To be infected or contaminated; to become corrupt.

3. To injure; to hurt: Oia ka mea e ino ai ke kino; that is what injures the body.

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