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nvt., To steal, rob, pilfer, filch, cheat; thief, robber, theft, larceny.

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hamani, To steal, in basketball.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAihue akula ʻo Kevin Johnson i ke kinipōpō, a holo akula no ka ʻai. Kevin Johnson stole the ball and went in for the goal. Dic.

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v. Ai, food, and hue, to steal. LIT. To steal food. But ai represents property of all kinds. See AI, s. NOTE.— Hence, to steal generally; to take another's property secretly and without leave; to steal a person. Kanl. 24:7.

s. A thief; one, who steals.

adj. Found in all the above forms. Stolen; taken secretly.

Aihue (āi-hū'e), adj.

Parker Haw to Eng,

Addicted to the practice of theft; given to stealing; thievish.

n., One who steals furtively or without violence, as distinguished from a robber; in law, one who commits larceny; a petty thief, a purloiner; a filcher; a pilferer.

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[Ai, food, and hue, to steal.] To steal food. Applied also to any furtive, covert, or surreptitious taking of anything, whether material or immaterial, hence:

1. To take away, especially from another's direct possession, without right, authority, or permission, and usually in a secret manner for one's own use, advantage, or gratification; to steal.

2. To commit larceny; to thieve or steal.

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