Wehewehe Wikiwiki Hawaiian language dictionaries

Komo, hoʻokomo; ukokomo (together), ulu, unu. To enter by mistake, komohewa. To enter without ceremony or permission, komo wale.

To ~ or input, as typing data into a computer database or calculator. Kāhuakomo. To send or ~ data into a computer database or calculator after it has been typed. Hoʻouna. To use the ~ or return key on a computer or typewriter keyboard in order to return the cursor or carriage to the left margin on a new line; ~ or return, as the key just above the shift key on a computer keyboard. Kāhoʻi.

E huli iā “enter” ma Ulukau.

Search for “enter” on Ulukau.

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