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adj. Ha and iki, small. See IKI.

1. Narrow, as a passage; pinched; scanty.

2. Suffering for want of food.

v. To be pinched for want; to be pinched with hunger. Mar. 2:25. To be desolate; bereaved. Laieik. 142.

Haiki (hā'-ĭ-ki), adj.

/ hā'-ĭ-ki / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Ha, a trough for water to run through, and iki, small.]

1. Narrow.

2. Pinched; scanty.

3. Suffering for want of food.

Haiki (hā'-ĭ-ki), v.

/ hā'-ĭ-ki / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To be in want.

2. To feel desolate; bereaved.

3. To be disappointed.

Haiti, Haitian.

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