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nvi. Awakening, rising. See ala 2, 3. Ike ʻia ke alana o ka pua, the upward flight of the arrow was seen. Alana ʻia (Kel. 29)! Rise up!

1. nvt. Offering, especially a free-will offering, contrasting with a mōhai that was prescribed by a priest; to offer. He ʻālana ka mea e hāʻawi aku ai e kala ʻia mai ai ka hula o ka mea lawehala, an ʻāana is the thing given so that the sin of a transgressor will be pardoned. Ē ke kahuna ʻiʻo a me ka ʻālana ʻiʻo, O true priest and true victim [of Christ]. Moʻokaʻao … ʻālana ā hoʻolaʻa ʻia i mua o ka lāhui Hawaiʻi, a story … offered and dedicated to the Hawaiian people.

2. vs. Light, buoyant, easily floating. See lana.

s. A present made by a chief to a priest to procure his prayers.

2. A present made to a god; he mekana e haawi aku ai i ke akua.

3. An oblation or free will offering for any purpose. Puk. 18:12.

4. A sacrifice. Puk. 29:28. Alana hoano, a holy oblation. Ezek. 48:10. He alana ka mea e haawiia aku ai e kalaia mai ai ka hala o ka mea lawehala.

5. A fee prepaid to a physician to attend upon a sick person.

v. To give or bring a present as an offering. Oihk. 12:14. To offer a sacrifice. Hal. 66:15.

adj. A and lana, to float. Light; not heavy; easily floating on the water; ho hookomo ole; not sinking.

s. Alala, to cry, and ana. A crying; the voice of suffering or of complaint; ke oho alana makuakahi, the voice of complaint from an only parent.

Alana (ā-lă'-nă), adj.

/ ā-lă'-nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

[A, and lana, to float.] Light; not heavy; easily floating on the water: He hookomo ole, not sinking. Syn: Lana.

Alana (ā-lă'-nă), n.

/ ā-lă'-nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A present made by a chief to a priest to procure his prayers.

2. A present made to a god: He makana e haawi aku ai i ke akua.

3. An oblation or free will offering for any purpose.

4. A sacrifice: Alana hoano, a holy ohlation. He alana ka mea e haawiia aku ai e kalaia mai ai ka hala o ka mea lawehala.

5. A fee prepaid to a physician to attend a sick person.

Alana (ā-lă'-nă), n.

/ ā-lă'-nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Alala, to cry, and ana, sorrow or complaint.]

1. A crying; the voice of suffering or of complaint: Ke oho alana makuakahi; the voice of complaint from an only parent.

2. A call for help from one in distress.

ALA 49 ALA

Alana (ā-lă'-nă), v.

/ ā-lă'-nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

To give or bring a present as an offering; to offer a sacrifice.

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