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1. nvt. To measure, survey, evaluate, rate, fathom; survey, measurement, standard, pattern, design, plan, model, meter, gauge, die.

  • Examples:
    • Kaula ana (Ier. 31.39), measuring line.
    • Ana i ka hohonu, to sound the depths.
  • References:

2. vi. To have enough or too much, satisfied, satiated, surfeited.

  • Examples:
    • Ā ana nā kūpuna o Kawelo i ke kāhumu ʻai na Kawelo (FS 33), the grandparents of Kawelo had had enough of tending food ovens for Kawelo.
    • Ua hele au ā ana, I've had all I can take; I'm disgusted.
    • ʻAʻole e ʻōlelo mai ana ke ahi ua ana ia, fire will never say that it has enough [of love].

3. n. Cave, grotto, cavern.

  • Examples:
    • Kokoke aku i kahi ana o ka pō (GP 34), near the cavern of the night /depths of the night/.
  • References:
    • PPN ʻana.

4. n. Larynx.

5. Part; after e (verb).

6. Demonstrative following verbs indicating a single event, whether a command or a statement, whether completed or incompleted.

  • Examples:
    • (Gram. 7.4.) Iāia nō ā hala, kū ana ke kaʻa, as soon as he had gone, the car came.
    • Nou ana kēia hale, this house will be yours.
    • ʻOia ana nō, it's the same; regardless.
    • He ʻaukai ana ʻoia nei, he will be a seafarer.
  • References:
    • See also e #1.
    • Probably PNP ana(a).

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kik/ham Measurement; dimension, in math. ʻEhia ke ana o kēia lumi? What are the dimensions of this room? Dic., ext. mng. Also nui. See entries below. Ana ākea, ana laulā. Width. Ana hohonu, ana kiʻekiʻe. Height. Ana loa, ana lōʻihi. Length.

hamani Assessment; to assess, i.e. make an evaluation as of progress or damage. Dic., ext. mng. See entries below and kāki ʻauhau.

pron. The oblique case of the pronoun, third person sing.; of him; of her; of it; his; hers. Gram.§ 139. Auipili.

v. To suffer; to undergo, as an experiment of healing in sickness.

2. To be grieved; troubled. Oih. 16:18.

3. To be affected at contempt or vile treatment. Hal. 123:3, 4.

The participial termination of verbs answering to the Eng. ing; as, lawe ana, carrying; hana ana, working; but it has some peculiarities.

1. The ana is not united with the verb as ing is in Eng.

2. The ana may be separated from the verb, and any qualifying word or words, and also the verbal directives may come between. Gram.§ 233. As, e kukulu hale ana ia, he is build house ing; e hopu bipi ana, he is catch cattle ing, &c. In many cases the participial termination ana becomes united with a noun and becomes a participial noun; in which ease the first a of the ana is dropped, or coalesces with the last letter of the preceding word, and they both become one word; as hopena for hope ana; haawina for haawi ana. &c.

v. To measure. Hoik. 21:16.

2. To measure in any way; e hiki ia’u ke ana i ka loa, a me ka laula, a me ka hohonu, a me ke kiekie o keia mea; met.

3. Ana wau i kou pono a me kou hewa, I measured your good and your evil; no ke ana ana, in measuring. Oihk. 19:35. Mea ana hora, a dial. Isa. 38:8. Hoo. To set apart; to set aside. Puk. 16:33. To restrain; keep back. Oih. 5:2.

s. A cave; a den formed by rocks. Kin. 19:30; Ios. 10:16.

2. Name of a hollow place in the mouth, by which the voice is modified. Anal. 11.3. A cave for the retreat of the van quished; a place where the conquered are found.

s. A kind of light stone found in the sea, used by nurses to cure the ea, or the white fur on the tongue; also used in rubbing and polishing off canoes and wooden calabashes.

s. A measure, as for cloth. Puk. 26:2. A measure of any kind. Kanl. 25:14. Ana ohe, a measuring rod. Ezek. 40:3.

s. Grief; sadness; sorrow; trouble from the conduct of others.

2. The feelings of a parent towards a child that refuses his instructions; a mixed feeling of weariness, anger and love. Oih. 16:18.

3. Fatigue from hard labor or toil.

v. To praise much and covet another’s wealth.

adj. Satisfied, as with food, having eaten sufficiently; maona.

v. To be satiated; satisfied, as thy eye with seeing. Kekah. 1:8.

2. To have a sufficiency of property. Kekah. 5:10.

3. FIG. To drink sufficiently, as the sword drinks blood, i. e., to be revenged. Isa. 34:6.

4. Hoo. To satiate, as with food. Ier. 31:25. As with drink. Hal. 104:11. Ua ana, it is enough. Sol. 30:15.

Ana (ă'-nă), adj.

/ ă'-nă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Satisfied; gratified; contented.

Ana (ă'-na), particle.

/ ă'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A word used as a participle modifying the action of verbs, as: hele, go; hele ana, going; holo, run; holo ana, running.

1. n., A measure, as for cloth; a measure of any kind.

2. n., A model or pattern.

3. n., The operation of determining the extent or area; a survey.

4. n., A den formed by rocks; a cave.

5. n., The special organ of the voice; the larynx.

6. n., A kind of light, white stone found in the sea; a volcanic scoria or lava, spongy or cellular; a pumice stone much used as a remedy for the disease known as ea (aphthae). Used also as a polishing material.

7. n., Grief; sadness; sorrow; trouble from the conduct of others.

8. n., A mixed feeling of weariness, anger and love.

9. n., Fatigue from hard labor or toil.

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Ana (ā'-nă.), pron.

/ ā'-nă. / Haw to Eng, Parker,

The possessive case of the personal pronoun, third person, singular.

1. Of him; of her; of it: Ka pahi ana; the knife of him (his knife).

2. His; hera; its. When used independently it takes the form kana: as, keia buke kana; this book is hers.

Ana (ă'-nă), v.

/ ă'-nă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To take the dimensions of; to compare with a fixed standard; to measure: Ana au i kou pono a me kou hewa; I measure your good and your evil.

2. To determine accurately the boundaries, extent, or area of; to survey: E a'na i ka aina; survey the land.

3. To be grieved; to be troubled; to be sick at heart; to be disgusted.

4. To be satisfied in appetite or desire; to have enough; to be content; to be satiated.

Ana (ă'-nă):

/ ă'-nă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

a cave or measure. Land section, Kona, Oahu.

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