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ano Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. nvi. Awe, reverence, peacefulness, sacredness, holiness; feeling of awe, fear, or oppression; weird solitude, oppressive quiet; awestruck, lost in thought.

  • Examples:
    • Ke ano mai nei ka nahele, ʻaʻohe manu o ke kula (song), the forest is silent, there are no birds in the plains.
    • Ano wale mai nō kō aloha, your love overpowers me.

2. n. Time (in songs, and usually before ahiahi, rarely before kakahiaka).

Tags: time music

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ʻano / A-NO / Andrews Haw to Eng,

s., Likeness; resemblance; image of a thing.

2. The meaning of a word or phrase.

3. The moral quality of an action, as good or evil, or the moral state of the heart.

4. The character of a person, as to his life and manners; the explanation of a thing obscure. kin. 41:8.

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ʻano / A-NO / Andrews Haw to Eng,

v., To have a form or appearance.

2. With hou, to change the form or appearance of a person or thing; e ʻano ae, to become new. Oihk. 13:16. To change the state of things.

3. With hoʻo, to boast; to glory; to hallow; to consecrate. Kin. 2:3.

4. To transform; to change the external appearance.

5. With e, to set apart to another purpose; to consecrate. Hal. 4:3.

6. With hou, to change; to transform. 2 Kor. 11:13.

7. With e, to change, as the countenance, from mirth to sadness and fear. Dan. 5:10.

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ano / A-NO / Andrews Haw to Eng,

s., Fear; dread; ua kau mai ke ano iaʻu la, fear fell upon me; ke kau mai la ke ano hewa ia oe.

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ano / A-NO / Andrews Haw to Eng,

v., To be in fear; ano wale mai la no au. See ano or anoano. TO be silent; solitary, as a deserted village; ua pau i ke kaua, hauaia na kanaka a pau i ka hana.

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ʻānō / A-NO / Andrews Haw to Eng,

adv. Now; at the present time; ʻānō nei, ʻānō la. 1 Sam. 2:16. Soon.

2. Often used more as an expression of earnestness or certainty of something doing, or to be done, than of anything literally doing now. Puk. 6:1.

3. It is used after some other event has been spoken of as a consequence. Ios. 1:2. Inā nō ʻānō, even now. 1 Nal. 14:14.

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ʻānō / ā-nō' / Parker Haw to Eng,

adv., At the present time; at once; instantly; now.

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ano / ā'-nŏ / Parker Haw to Eng,

n., Fear of impending danger; awe; dread: Ua kau mai ke ano iau la; fear fell upon me.

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ano / ā'-nŏ / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. v., To be frightened; to be stricken with sudden fear; to be overcome with awe: Ano wale mai la no au.

2. v., To be silent; to be solitary, as a deserted village.

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ʻano / ă'-nŏ / Parker Haw to Eng,

v., To take a definite shape; to have a form or appearance.

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