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come

Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

Hele mai; mai (in commands); hiki mai; haele mai; uhaele mai (plural); — out, puka mai; — back, hoʻi mai; — back again, hoʻi hou mai; — forth, puka, pua, ʻōkupu; — far or permanently, hele loa mai; — repeatedly, hikihiki; — accidentally, hikiwale; — swiftly, hele koke mai, puahio; — to pass, kō ʻiʻo; — forward, ala mai; — into view, makili, ʻōmeʻo; — up, as plants, ʻōʻili ka maka; — upon, hekau; —, of many people, hihihiki. Also: kākele mai, hē, leke, naʻū. I'll come later, mahope aku au. So you have come, eia kā ʻoe. The thought comes, ke piʻi nei ka manaʻo.

Come

Andrews Eng to Haw,

e hele mai.

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