- He iʻa anei kō ka mākeke? ʻAʻole, he oki loa! Is there fish at the market? No, all gone.
- Ua oki nā ʻōlelo a kāua no ka mea ke oki mai nei ka ʻona o ka ʻawa iaʻu (Laie 377), our talk stopped because the intoxication of the kava for me became extraordinary.
2. vs. Extraordinary, wondrous, superlative, much (usually but not always in an unfavorable sense, sometimes with idea: not at all, none, all gone).
- Oki pau, extraordinary.
- Pehea kou makua kāne? Ua oki loa! How's your father? Much worse! Ua hele ke kino ā oki, his body is wasted [by disease].
- Ua hele ʻoe ā oki loa i ka lepo! Youʻre filthy with dirt! Kāhiko ā oki a pāʻihiʻihi, dressed in best finery, so attractive.
- Oki nohoʻi ka hana a ka Hawaiʻi ʻimi loa, wondrous indeed are the deeds of deep-seeking Hawaiʻi.
- Oki pau ka hana a ka huila, wondrous the doings of the wheel.
3. vi. To take effect, as ʻawa intoxication.
- See ex., oki #1.
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