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v., To dance; connected among Hawaiians with singing. 1 Sam. 18:6. As an act of worship formerly among the Jews. 2 Sam. 6:14.

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s., A dance; a dancing, as in idolatrous worship. Puk. 32:19.

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s., Name of a shrub or tree.

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adj., Short; low; humble; generally doubled, haahaa, which see; ohi kukui o kanuukea ka haa.

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is often used in some words for the causative prefix instead of hoo; oftener found in the Tahitian dialect.

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1. n., A tree (Antidesma platyphyllum) native chiefly of Malaysia and extending into Polynesia, growing from 20 to 30 feet high, called also hame and mehame. It furnishes a dye of a gray color.

2. n., The dye produced from the haa.

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1. n., A dance; a dancing.

2. n., A dwarf; man or animal below ordinary height.

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prefix, Is used in some words for the causative prefix instead of hoo as in haakohi. It is oftener found in the Tahitian dialect.

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v., To dance by bending the knees, as in certain dances.

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