Iwi (for various kinds and idioms, see Haw.-Eng. entry and entries that follow it). Also: ʻaulima, kuapoʻi, peʻahi, iwi kūpika, iwi hope, kano, ʻau, huamoa, huapoʻo, ʻauwāwae, kā. Union of molar or cheekbone with temporal bone, apo. Small bone of deceased beloved, heia. Bone fishhook, makau iwi. Bone needle, mōlī. Bundle of bones, as of relatives, pōpō iwi. Corpse bones in flexed position, ʻolokeʻa. Bones of chiefs as receptacles of mana were preserved in sennit caskets in houses called hale poki. These bones will survive, ola nā iwi (said also of one cared for in old age). Act for your own bones, hana nō i kā kō iwi (take care of yourself and your own interests).