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nvt., Persons following, pursuit (FS 31); to follow, pursue, chase, hunt; to accompany, go with (For. 4:47).

  • Examples:
    • Kuahaua o ke ʻano e hahai ʻia ai, declaration of policy.

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1. Reduplication of haʻi #1, haʻi #2; to break into pieces; to break off, as to thin sweet potato vines.

  • References:
    • PPN fafaki.

2. n., Painful swelling, as in the groin.

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v. To follow; to pursue. Puk. 14:4. To chase; to follow literally.

2. To follow one's example; ua hahai nui na kanaka a pau mamuli o na 'lii e noho ai, all men generally followed after the chiefs for the time being.

3. To break; to break to pieces; to break, as a law. See HAE and HAHAE.

v. See HAI, to speak. To tell; to talk about; e hahai ana no lakou i na moeuhane, they were telling their dreams. Laieik. 143.

s. A breaking; a disjoining; a separating. See HAE.

s. Name of a disease on the upper part of the thigh or groin, occasioned by impure connections and habits.

A breaking; a disjoining; a separating.

A swelling in the groin; a bubo. Also called auwai-ahiki and auakoi.

1. To follow; to pursue; to chase.

2. To follow one's example: Ua hahai nui na kanaka a pau mamuli o na 'lii e noho ai; all men generally followed after the chiefs for the time being.

1. v., To tell; to talk about: e hahai ana no lakou i na moeuhane; they were telling their dreams. Laieik. p. 143.

2. v., To report; to relate the particulars of.

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