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1. nvs., To fall, tumble, or topple over from an upright position (cf. hāʻule, to drop); to be “controlled,” as a disease (Kam. 64:102); to fall morally; to throw down; a falling (a loaʻa-type word; see Gram. 4.4).

  • Examples:
    • ʻAʻole naʻe he hina o ke kanaka o Kākuhihewa i nā kaikuaʻana o Kawelo (FS 35), but the older brothers of Kawelo did not throw Kākuhihewa's man.
  • References:
    • PPN singa.

2. n., Italics, probably so called because italics slant.

3. vi., To blow in a straight course, of wind.

  • Examples:
    • Ke hina maila ka makani mai uka mai, the wind is now blowing steadily from the uplands.

4. vs., Gray- or white-haired; gray.

  • Examples:
    • Koʻu oho hina (Kin. 44.29), my gray hairs.
  • References:

5. n., Hin (a Hebrew measure).

  • Source:
    • English.
  • References:
    • Puk. 29.40.

6. (Cap.) n., A goddess.

  • References:
    • PPN Sina.

Nā LepiliTags: color religion

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v., To lean from an upright position.

2. To fall; to fall down, as a house.

3. To fall morally, as a person from a state of uprightness; to relapse or decline from a state of rectitude.

4. To offend; to be offended. Ioan. 16:1.

5. Hoʻohinna. To slant over; to throw down, as a person. Luk. 4:35.

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s., A leaning; a falling; a causing to fall; a stumbling.

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s., Hebrew A hin, a Hebrew measure. Puk. 29:40.

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s., Name of a goddess. See Hinahele.

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adj., Gray; hoary; applied to the head; oho hina. Kin. 44:29. Gray, as the beard; he ʻumiʻumi hina.

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1. adj., Gray; hoary; applied to the head: oho hina.

2. adj., Gray, as the beard: he ʻumiʻumi hina.

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1. n., A gray color.

2. n., Leaning; falling; stumbling.

3. n., A posture assumed for prayer.

4. n., Female deities, as Hinahele, Hinauluaoa, etc., especially the goddess with whom Wākea consorted after separation from his wife, Papa. Hina became the mother of Molokaʻi, hence the proverbial expression: Molokaʻi nui a Hina.

5. n., Hebrew A hin, a Hebrew measure.

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1. v., To lean from an upright position.

2. v., To fall; to fall down, as a house.

3. v., To make a mistake; to err; to fall morally, as a person from a state of uprightness; to relapse or decline from a state of rectitude.

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fell down. Land section, Molokaʻi.

Nā LepiliTags: geography Molokaʻi

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Falls at 3,250 feet elevation, Kamalō qd., Molokaʻi, named for the goddess Hina, the mother of Molokaʻi. See Keana-o-Hina.

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