- Kaula ana (Ier. 31.39), measuring line.
- Ana i ka hohonu, to sound the depths.
- 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].
- Kokoke aku i kahi ana o ka pō (GP 34), near the cavern of the night /depths of the night/.
- PPN ʻana.
4. n. Larynx.
5. Part; after e (verb).
- See e (verb) ana, Gram. 5.3.
- PEP ana.
6. Demonstrative following verbs indicating a single event, whether a command or a statement, whether completed or incompleted.
- (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.
- See also e #1.
- Probably PNP ana(a).
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