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1. nvs., Flat surface, stratum, plain, reef, layer, level, foundation, story of a building, floor, class, rank, grade, order, table, sheet, plate, shelf (rare), face (of a watch); flat, level; to be a great many.

  • Examples:
    • Kui papa, to make overlap on a lei, as feathers.
    • Helu papa, to recite in consecutive order.
    • Neʻe papa, to move in rank.
    • Kūkū papa, to stand in ranks, as an army.
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2. nvs., Native-born, especially for several generations (see noho papa #2); offspring of the mating of an individual of piʻo, naha, or nīʻaupiʻo rank, with one of kaukaualiʻi rank; the lowest ranking aristocrat.

3. vs. Set close together, thick together, as of growing plants; in unison, all together.

4. nvs., Board, lumber; wooden.

5. n., A variety of kava. The name may be qualified by the colors ʻeleʻele, kea.

6. n., Middle portion of a fishing net, bag net.

7. (Cap.) n., Wind associated with Honuaʻula, Maui.

  • References:
    • For. 5:101.

8. n. Stone used as sinker for lūheʻe, octopus lure.

  • References:
    • Malo 19.

9. n. Wafer.

  • References:
    • Puk. 29.2.

Nā LepiliTags: winds Maui kava

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vi., To blow, as the wind; to sound, echo; to shine, as sun or moon.

  • Examples:
    • Papā ka leo o ke kai, the voice of the sea sounds.
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1. vt. To forbid, prohibit, taboo.

  • Examples:
    • Waiwai i pāpā ʻia e ke kānāwai, contraband goods; literally, goods forbidden by the law.
    • Ua pāpā au iāia, ʻaʻole e hele, I forbid him to go.

2. vt. To touch, as of two objects; contest (same as hoʻopāpā [a]).

3. n. A small, active green-colored crab, perhaps Percnon planissimum 🌐.

4. n. Papa (introduced by white missionaries, who thought it rude for children to call father by first name).

  • Source:
    • English.

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kikino, List.

  • Source:
    • Mānaleo
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kikino, Board, lumber.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word

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kikino, Two-dimensional, in math.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
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kikino, Layer, as of skin or tissue beneath the skin.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word

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kikino, Class, in taxonomy.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning

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A reduplication of the distributive particle pa. See pa. It is often used as a verb; as, e papa lua, to make two-fold, to put two together; e papa kolu, e papa ha, &c. See palua, pakolu, &c.

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s., See pa, s., Applied to many substances having a flat, smooth surface, as a flat, smooth stone, a board, a plank, a table, a flat wooden dish, a plate. Puk. 39:30. Papa pohaku, a slate; papa kanawai, tables of the law. Puk. 25:16. Papa ai, papa aina, an eating table; papa wili ai, a poi board; papa manamana pukapuka, a grate of net work. Puk. 38:4. A wafer; a flat cake. Puk. 29:2. Papa konane, a board for the game of konane. Laieik. 115.

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s., A row; a rank; a company standing or setting in a row; hence, a military band; a division of people; a sect; an order; papa inoa, a catalogue of names; a particular office, secular or ecclesiastical; a native born in a place; a story in a building; papa lalo, papa waena, papa luna, lower, middle and upper stories of a building. Kin. 6:16.

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s., An ancestor some generations back; a race; a family.

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s., The wife of Akea or Wakea, the fabled mother of the Islands and of men on them. See Opapa. Na Papa ka haku akea o Lono.

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1. s., A species of fish; a small crab, a species of the paiea.

2. A term used in relation to a fish net.

3. A scab; a shell; a slice or piece; papa kalo, a piece of kalo; papa ipu, a piece of melon.

4. Name of a species of soft stone.

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s., Name of a certain class of Kamehameha's laws.

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v., To prohibit; to forbid. NOTE. The language or the words of the prohibition generally follow. To rebuke; to reprove. Kin. 37:10. To adjure; to request in strong terms. Nah. 11:28.

2. To erect a shade or screen to prevent the light or heat of the sun. See papai, s.,

3. To shine, as the sun, i. e., to create light and heat.

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adj., Perhaps old; ancient; former times.

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adj., Old; ancient; pertaining to former times; pertaining to rank or to ancestry.

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1. n., A word applied in general to any flat surface.

2. n., A rank, class, order, sect or group.

3. n., The fabled mother of the islands and of their first inhabitants. She was the wife of Akea or Wakea.

4. n., A certain class of Kamehameha's laws; prohibitory laws.

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1. n., A kind of small crab; a species of paiea.

2. n., The middle portion of a large net, such as is used in the huki lau.

3. n., An ancestor some generations back; a race; a family.

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[A reduplication of the distributive particle, pa.] It is often used as a verb: e papa lua, to make two-fold, to put two together; e papa kolu, e papa ha, etc. See palua, pakolu, etc.

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v., To prohibit: to forbid. (The language or the words of the prohibition generally follow.)

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flat, level. Land section, South Kona. Hawaii.

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  • Village, bay, and land sections, Hoʻōpūloa qd., Hawaiʻi.
  • Heiau, Hālawa qd., north Molokaʻi (Summers 169).

Literally, forbidden.

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