1. Decease. Make, make loa (contrasted to make, which may mean “defeated, faint”). Also: moe i ka make, hala, hāʻule, hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia, mauhaʻalele, pauaho, hele, kālilo, kālilolilo, kāninonino, ʻōmuʻomuʻo, āmio, kuʻu i ka ʻuhane, kuʻu ka hanu, kuʻu ka nae, kuʻu ka luhi; — prematurely, ʻa ʻaiole; — mysteriously or by accident, pōheʻepali (rare); — suddenly, leleponi, kāʻiliponi; — without cause, make wale; — calmly and easily, lolopio, make wale. See kuʻu 1, and death. To weaken and die, mūnō. To let die, hoʻomake. To die, of several, mamake, papau make; mamamake (of very many, as in a disaster). That which dieth of itself, ʻo ka mea make wale.
2. Molding device. Ana.