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vt., To carry, fetch, bear.

  • Examples:
    • I ka mea nāna i hali kāna mea kaua (1 Sam. 31.4), to his armor-bearer.
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1. v., To bear; to carry; to convey; hali mai, to bring; hali aku, to take or carry away.

2. To bear, as a burden. Nah. 10:17.

3. To carry, as a child. Kanl. 1:31.

4. To carry, as an armor bearer. 1 Sam. 31:4.

5. FIG. To bear the sin of others. Oihk. 10:17.

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s., Contraction of halii. That which is spread down, as a mat, a carpet, a cloth spread out.

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(Used frequently with the prepositions mai and aku.)

1. v., To hear; to carry; to convey: hali mai, to hring; hali aku, to take or carry away.

2. v., To suffer; to endure; to undergo pain of body or mind; to suffer in behalf of.

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n., and v., Incorrect form of halii.

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brought. Land section, Hanalei, Kauai.

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