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1. vt., To press down, squeeze with downward pressure; to massage by pressing firmly with the back of the palm of the hand; to suppress, as a thought or emotion; oppressive, as grief.

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2. (Cap.) n., Northeast trade wind in some localities, as at Hāna, Maui.

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kikino/hamani, Click; to click, press or depress, as in a computer program.

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1. v., To press down, as with a lever; to bear down upon a thing.

2. To press; to squeeze out, as wine. Lunk. 6:11.

3. FIG. To press, as the breasts; a euphemism for moekolohe. Ezek. 23:3.

4. To crush; to humble one; e hoohaahaa.

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s., Name of a wind; the northeast trade wind on the east side of Lanai, and about Maui. SYN. with moae. Loaa makou i kekahi makani ikaika, he kaomi ka inoa.

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1. The northeast trade wind. See moae.

2. n., Name of a noted Hawaiian agitator.

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1. v., To press down, as with a lever; to bear down upon a thing.

2. v., To squeeze; to press together.

3. v., To crush.

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