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1. Strength. Ikaika; koʻo (rare).

2. To use force. Haʻakoi, puʻe, puʻe wale, hao, huʻe. Also: ʻonou, ʻōnoʻonou, ʻō, kaʻihuluhulu, mauaʻālina, lima ikaika, hikipua.

Power to affect physical relations or conditions. Manehu. Balanced ~. Manehu kaulike. Buoyant ~, i.e. the upward force of a fluid on an object in it. Manehu hoʻolana. Centrifugal ~. Manehu lele niniu. Centripetal ~. Manehu ʻume niniu. Electrical ~ field. Kāʻei manehu uila. Natural ~. Manehu kūlohelohe. Resistance ~. Manehu āohiohi.

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