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nvi., Divination, casting lots, throwing dice; to test (also used interchangeably with hōʻailona).

  • Examples:
    • Hailona ʻo Moikeha i nā keiki āna, i akaaka kō lākou mea ikaika a koa (For. 4:161), Moikeha tested his children to discover their strength and valor.

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1. v., To cast or draw lots. Oih. 1:28. To distribute by lot.

2. To certify by actions that something will be done.

3. To make a signal for some purpose.

4. In modern times, to play at dice. See hoailona.

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1. s., A mark, sign, character representing a thing, as a letter representing a sound; an arithmetical sign, &c.

2. A lot in casting lots. Neh. 6:55, 56. Whatever is used in casting lots. Oih. 1:28.

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1. n., A mark sign or signal character representing a thing, as a letter representing a sound; an arithmetical sign, etc.

2. n., A lot in casting lots.

3. n., Whatever is used in casting lots.

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1. v., To cast or draw lots. To distribute by lot.

2. v., To certify by actions that something will be done.

3. v., To make a signal for some purpose.

4. v., In modern times, to throw dice. See hoailona.

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