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1. vs., Different, separate, unrelated, another; whole; entirety; a whole note in music; entirely, wholly, completely; altogether, fully, independently, exclusively.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAi ʻokoʻa, cooked unpounded taro; literally, whole food.
    • No ke kōkua ʻole ʻia mai, hana ʻokoʻa ihola nō wau, because of not being helped, I worked independently.
    • He hoʻokuli ʻokoʻa iho nō. (FS 217), a pretense of being stone deaf.
    • Moe ʻokoʻa (FS 149), to lie down and stay, as of one exhausted.
    • Holo ʻokoʻa, to run far away.
    • Haʻawipio ʻokoʻa, to give up completely; unconditional surrender.
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2. To be early or continuing, of time of day.

  • Examples:
    • I ka lā ʻokoʻa (FS 31), while still daylight; in broad daylight.

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ʻaʻano Differentiated, i.e. during development, the change of structure or function of an organ or tissue into a more specialized state, in biology. Dic., ext. mng.

v. To be another; to be unlike in some respects; ua okoa, ke kanaka waiwai, ua okoa ke kanaka ilihune, the rich man was one thing, the poor man was another, i. e., very different.

2. To be different from another thing; to be a different person or thing.

3. To be besides; over and above; not reckoned in. 1 Nal. 10:15.

4. To be unlike in appearance; ua okoa ke ano o na helehelena o na kanaka, ua okoa na holoholona, different from each other are the countenances of men, different are those of beasts.

5. Hoo. To cause a difference; hookoa mai kau hana i ka makou.

6. To set aside; to put off to another time; to defer.

s. The totality of a thing; the whole. Ezek. 15:5.

adj. Different; another; separate; distinct from; unlike.

2. A whole as distinct from a part.

3. Whole as distinguished from broken; he waa okoa ia, i. e., a canoe not broken; he waa nahaha ole okoa, a canoe not broken at all, whole; he malama okoa, a whole month. Nah. 11:20. He mea okoa, another thing.

adv. Wholly; entirely. 1 Nal. 11:6. Altogether; the all of a thing; e kau okoa, to put all. Oihk. 8:27.

1. Different: another; separate; distinct from: unlike: he mea okoa, another thing.

2. A whole as distinct from a part.

3. Whole as distinguished from broken: he waa okoa ia. a canoe not broken; he waa nahaha ole okoa, a canoe not broken at all, whole; he malama okoa, a whole month.

1. Wholly; entirely; altogether; e kau okoa, to put entirely.

2. Exclusively; fully.

The entire thing; the total; all of a thing; without exception.

1. To be another; to be unlike in some respects: Ua okoa ke kanaka waiwai, ua okoa, ke kanaka ilihune. the rich man was one thing, the poor man was another—that is, very different.

2. To be different from another thing; to be a different person or thing.

3. To he besides; over and above; not reckoned in.

4. To be unlike in appearance: Ua okoa ke ano o na helehelena o na kanaka, ua okoa na holoholona, different from each other are the countenances of men, different are those of beasts. Hookaokoa hana i ka makou.

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