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Keiki, kama; nōpuʻu (Niʻihau).

  • Examples:
    • Beloved child, kama lei, pua lei, lei kau maka, keiki punahele.
    • Only child, kama kahi, hua kahi, hānau kahi (see saying, ʻaʻo).
    • Oldest child, makahiapo, hiapo, hānau mua.
    • Youngest child, keiki hope loa, muli hope.
    • Royal child, keiki aliʻi, kama lani, lei lani, pua lani.
    • Adopted child, keiki hānai, keiki hoʻokama.
    • Illegitimate child, keiki manuahi, hua hāʻule.
    • One who tends a child, kahu keiki.
    • Mischievous child, keiki kolohe, kolekolea.
    • Child who stays near a parent, hiʻialo.
    • To carry, and care for, a beloved child, hiʻialo, hiʻipaka, hiʻipoi, hiʻilei.
    • To bear a child, hānau, hua, keiki, loaʻa.
    • Ceremony for first-born child, māwaewae.
    • Child's disease, maʻi keiki, ʻea.
    • To instruct a child, hiʻipaka.
  • References:

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