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1. nvs. Strand, thread; thin, soft. (Probably PPN, PCP awe.)

2. n. Wake of a ship. (Note both awe and ʻawe in Hawaiian, awe and kawe in PCP.)

1. nvt. Pack, knapsack carried on the back; to carry on the back. Cf. ʻauamo, hāʻawe. hō.ʻāwe To carry on the back; a burden so carried. (PPN kawe.)

2. n. Tentacle, Cf. ʻawe puhi, ʻawe ule. (PPN kawe.)

ʻEʻehia, ano, hoʻāno, anoano, malu. Stricken with awe, ilihia.

kikino Backpack, knapsack. Dic. Also pāiki hāʻawe, pāisi hāʻawe.

v. To carry; to bring, as it is followed with mai or aku; e awe aku, to carry off; e awe mai, to bring here; generally written lawe. PASS. To be borne, carried. Isa. 46:3. Hookahi mea ana i awe aku la mai ko kakou alo aku; alaila, puolo ae la a paa, awe mai la aloko nei, then tie up the bundle fast, bring it in here.

s. A burden; that which is carried.

s. The tails of the squid; na awe o ka hee.

1. That which is carried on the back of a man or beast; a pack; a burden. See haawa.

2 The arms or tentacles of a squid.

1. To bear or cause to be borne, as from one place, or to another; to bear away; to convey; to carry: usually followed by aku: E awe aku; carry away.

2. To convey, carry or conduct to or toward the speaker; to bring: generally followed by mai. E awe mai i ka pahi, bring (to) me the knife. See lawe, the form more commonly used.

E huli iā “awe” ma Ulukau.

Search for “awe” on Ulukau.

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