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vi., To go, come (dual or plural).

  • Examples:
    • Haele mai, come.
    • Pali haele a māua, the cliffs traveled by the two of us.
    • Kohala makani ʻĀpaʻapaʻa,ʻāina o nāpuʻu haele lua o Pili me Kalāhikiola, Kohala with its ʻApaʻapaʻa wind, land where the hills Pili and Kalāhikiola go by twos.
  • References:
    • PPN saʻele.

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/ hā.ʻele / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

Same as hāʻeleʻele.

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v. To go or come as mai or aku is used. SYN. with hele. See HELE. But requires a dual or plural subject. Nah. 4:5; Nah. 9:17.

Haele (hā'-e-le), v.

/ hā'-e-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

To go or come Used only with mai or aku: haele mai, to come; haele aku, to go. Syn. with hele, but requires a dual or plural subject.

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