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nvs., Smart, clever, expert; smartness, skill, wit.

  • Examples:
    • Nā ʻōlelo akamai a Kolomona, the proverbs of Solomon.
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v. To be wise; makemake an e akamai oukou a pau, I wish that you may all become wise; mostly used in the causative. Hoo. To be or become wise; to make wise; skillful. Sol. 3:7. To think one's self wise.

s. Wisdom; skill; ingenuity. Hoo. Exhibiting wisdom. 1 Kor. 2:1.

adj. Wise; skillful; iagenious; expert; sagacious; learned; akamai ma ka naau. Puk. 28:3.

Akamai (ă-ka-mai'), adj.

/ ă-ka-mai' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Wise; skillful; ingenious; expert; sagacious; learned: Akamai me ka naau.

Akamai (ă-ka-mai'), n.

/ ă-ka-mai' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Wisdom; skill; ingenuity.

Akamai (ă-ka-mai'), v.

/ ă-ka-mai' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be wise: Makemake au e akamai oukou a pau, I wish that you may all become wise; to be skillful; to make wise; to make skillful. Mostly used in the causative.

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