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fall Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

1. From a height. Hāʻule (a solid object; sometimes said of rain); helelei, heleleʻi, hoʻoheleleʻi (as leaves, rain). Also: hāʻuleʻule, hāʻulehia; pakakū, kūloku (as rain); hāʻule, heleleʻi (as fruit); kōheoheo (as through the air); hāʻulepio (surrender); palaiki.

2. Topple. Hina; — prone, hina pālaha, moe pākiʻi, pōhina; — backwards, kuwala, wala, wala kua, walawala pahū, walawalakī; — sideways, hiō; — forward, kimo; — over, palahuli; —, as a building, hiolo, hāneʻe; cause to —, hoʻohina, hoʻohihina; — in (military), kaʻa malalo; — down or off, ākaʻa; —and roll, kaʻahina; — head foremost, kiwi; — upon, as sorrow, ili. Also: pāhiʻa, olopē; piʻi (as shadows); hihina, hinahina. See stumble.

3. Autumn. No Hawaiian word; terms sometimes used: hāʻule lau, laʻa make, laʻa ʻula, ke kau o hāʻule lau.

fall Māmaka Kaiao Eng to Haw,

Autumn. Hāʻulelau.

Fall Andrews Eng to Haw,

e haule, e hina.

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