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vi., To rise up; to raise the head; to come up from under water.

  • Examples:
    • Luʻu aku a aea mai (song), dive down and come up.

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n. Cord, as used in joining two or more nets into a larger one. Rare.

nvi. Wandering, shiftless, unstable; to wander, stray; tramp. Cf. hōkū ʻaeʻa. ʻAeʻa haukaʻe, vagrant person, tramp, beachcomber, trespasser; to trespass (lit., defiled wanderer). Kanaka ʻaeʻa, wanderer, drifter, tramp (less pejorative than ʻaeʻa huakaʻe). One ʻaeʻa, shifting sands. hō.ʻaeʻa To cause to wander; to wander. Na ke kaumaha i hōʻaeʻa iāia mai ke one hānau mai, it was grief that caused him to wander from his homeland.

Pas/imp. of ʻaʻe 1.

v. To wander away from a place; mai ko'u alo aku, aole oe e aea, from my presence, do not wander away; to wander from place to place. Nah,. 14:33.

2. To wander; go astray morally. Hal. 58:3.

3. To remove; to be removed; to go to another place. Ier. 4:1.

4. To live unsteadily; as, i kona wa i ona ai, nui kona aea ana, in his seasons of drunkenness, he lived principally here and there.

5. To toss or throw back the head, as a person with pride, as a horse on putting on a bridle; e aea ae ke poo o ka lio i ke kaulawaha.

s. A vagabond; an outcast. Isa. 11:12. He poe aea, fugitives. Lunk. 12:4.

2. The name of the rope connecting two fish nets. See KUKAI.

adj. Wandering; unstable; shifting a place; he one aea ke one o Hoohila; unsettled, as kanaka aea; a vagabond; wandering about. Kin. 4:12.

adj. Wanderingly, in a loose unstable manner.

Wandering; unstable; shifting: he one aea ke one o Hoohila; unsettled, as: kanaka aea, a vagabond; wandering about.

Irregularly, in a loose unstable manner; aimlessly.

A vagabond; an outcast: he poe aea, fugitives.

The cord used in uniting two or more nets for the purpose of creating a single large seine.

1. To wander away from a place: mai kou alo aku, aole oe e aea, from my presence do not wander away; to wander from place to place.

2. To live unsteadily, as: i kona wa i ona ai, nui kona aea ana, in his seasons of drunkenness, he lived principally here and there.

To rise; to appear in sight from beneath.

2. To raise the head slowly when in a recumbent position; to throw back the head in a haughty manner.

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