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vs. Crushed, flattened; humble, bashful; dry and juiceless, as sugar cane. Cf. Gram. 6.3.3. Hale maka ūpē, humble-appearing house. hoʻo.ū.pē To crush, belittle, flatten, treat contemptuously (Kep. 107).

1. Same as io, a rib on a paddle.

2. n., Spear point.

  • Examples:
    • Paʻa loa i loko o ka ʻupe o ka ihe (For. 4:469), firmly stuck within the spear point.

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n. Mucus. Fig., tears, grief. Also hūpē. Kahe ka ʻūpē, mucus flows. He ʻūpē, he waimaka, he waimaka aloha (PH 139), the nose runs from weeping, tears, tears of love. Mai hoʻomakamaka wahine, he ʻūpē ka loaʻa, don't make a pal of a woman, nose running in grief is the outcome. Ē kēnā wahi keiki ʻūpē kole (GP 24), O you little mucus-laden red [nosed] boy. (PPN isupeʻe, PEP supeʻe; PCP supe, suupee.)

s. The mucus or secretion of the nose; petuita; a ua kaumaha nui au i na waimaka ame ka upe o na makaainana a pau. Mai makamaka wahine i ka upe ke ola. Haw. Prov.

s. A living with quietness and propriety after having been mischievous and wicked; ka upe, opepe, hoolulelule; e upe ana i na malua nui o Hawaii.

The mucus or secretion of the nose; rheum; tears: a ua kaumaha nui au i na waimaka ame ka upe o na makaainana a pau. Mai makamaka wahine. i ka upe ke ola, Beware of a woman's friendship, it lives only with tears.

A living quietly, after a dissolute manner of life: Ka upe, opepe, hoolulelule; e upe ana i na malua nui o Hawaii.

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