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1. n., A dermestid beetle that destroys feathers in feather-work; mites, as in chickens; ringworm; insect-eaten, gnawed.

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2. n., The breath of life, passing of a breeze.

3. n., Pimple, scabies.

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1. v., To eat, as small insects eat wood.

2. To be near doing a thing; to like to do it, but not quite; as, ane aku au e hoonou i ka pohaku, I was near throwing a stone. See aneane. Ane like iki, it is almost like.

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1. s., Name of a small insect that eats wood, but is not itself visible.

2. The worm dust of wood; powder-post.

3. The cutaneous disease called ringworm.

4. A soft stone used in polishing wood; also written ana.

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adj., Light, as worm-eaten timber; not heavy; mama.

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adv., With difficulty; scarcely; nearly; generally followed by ole; ane haalele ole ia ia, it hardly leaves him; ane hiki ole ke hali, which can scarcely be carried.

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adj., Eaten or bored through by moths; moth-eaten; hence, not heavy; light.

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1. adv., With difficulty; barely; scarcely; not quite; hardly: Ane haalele ole ia ia; it hardly leaves him.

2. adv., Within a little; almost; nearly.

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1. n., An insect of the mite order that eats wood.

2. n., The wood dust produced by this insect.

3. n., A skin disease manifesting itself usually in circular patches; the ringworm.

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v., To gnaw or penetrate; to eat, as a borer.

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