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1. nvt., Work, labor, job, employment, occupation, duty, office, activity, function, practice, procedure, process, deal, incident, reason, action, act, deed, task, service, behavior; to work, labor, do, behave, commit, make, manufacture, create, transact, perform, prepare, happen; to develop, as a picture; to have a love affair (FS 115); to induce by sorcery; to handle (as a court case); to conduct (as a class). (Translated by many English words, but seldom by ‘work’.)

  • Examples:
    • Hana ʻia, made, completed, wrought.
    • Ka haʻi ʻana i ka hana aku, active voice.
    • Poʻe hana, workers, employees.
    • Maikaʻi ka hana, well done.
    • Hana ā maikaʻi, fix.
    • Ka haʻi ʻana i ka hana ʻia mai, passive verb.
    • I … hana, when; as; while; at the time that.
    • I hele aku kona hana, ua lilo ka pāpale, when he went, the hat was gone.
    • Mea hana, tool; task; offering to ʻaumākua gods.
    • Ke hana mai ʻo Pele i kāna hana, when Pele does her work.
    • Ka hana ia a ka loea, ʻo ke akamai paheʻe ʻulu (chant), that is the way an expert does, smart in bowling.
    • ʻO ka hana, ua hana ʻia.
    • the work has been done [a completed task].
    • Hana maikaʻi i ka ʻāina, clear the soil well.
    • ʻAʻohe kona he maʻi maoli, he maʻi hana ʻia, his is not a natural sickness, it is induced by sorcery.
    • Hana ʻia maila ka wai ā ʻono (Puk. 15.25), the waters were made sweet.
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2. vs., Worthless; provoked.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAi mai nei hana kanaka a waiho mai nei i nā pā naʻu e holoi. This worthless person ate and left the dishes for me to wash.
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3. Same as kilohana, a tapa.

4. Same as hahana, warm.

5. n., Notch, as in a tree.

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Bay, valley (only in place names, as Hanalei, Hanapēpē. Also Hono-, as in Honolulu). (Gram. 8.1; Pukui, Elbert, and Mookini, 1974, 245–7,.) (PPN fanga.)

-hana

pākuʻina kauhopesuffix Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

Nominalizing suffix.

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1. vs., Alert.

  • Examples:
    • I hāna ka pō, i hāna ke ao, so the night may be alert, the day alert.

2. (Cap.) n., Name of a district and town, East Maui.

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n.

1. Ridgepost supporting each end of the ridgepole.

2. Wood shavings (Kamakau). Rare.

See rain.

kikino, Errand.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word
  • Examples:
    • Nui kaʻu mau hana e hana ai i ke kaona i kēia lā. I have a lot of errands to do/run in town today.

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kikino, Function, as on a calculator or computer keyboard.

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hamani, To take, as a test.

  • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
  • Examples:
    • Hana i ka hōʻike. To take a test.
  • References:
    • Cf. haku i ka hōʻike.

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kikino Wood shavings. Dic.

v. To do; to work; to cause; used in the most extensive sense; to act; to labor.

2. To make; to do a thing; to affect; to produce. Rom. 3:32. To perform a duty; to cause a thing; to build, as an edifice.

3. To form for a particular purpose.

4. To observe a ceremony; to keep a command. Puk. 12:47. PASS. To cause to be done, i. e., to become. Puk. 15:25.

5. To be or become warm. See this in the compounds HAHANA, MA or MEHANA, HANAHANA, and KOEHANA. NOTE.—Hana is qualified by other words; hana paa, to bind; imprison. Luk. 3:20. Hana is often used in a causative sense. Oih. 3:12. Hana hou, to proceed to do again, or something similar. Oih. 5:3. Hana make, to destroy; kill. Rom. 14:15. Hana kanawai, to keep a law. Hana is often causative of the following verb. Isa. 42:2. Hana ino, to do badly. Hana kumu ole, to do without cause. Hoo. To cause or compete. Ezek. 14:23. To work; to afflict. Puk. 1:13. To refresh; to renew.

s. Work; labor; duty; office; calling; trade, &c.; hana mana, a miracle; hana a ka lani, the doing or the work of the chief.

s. Name of the white or wauki kapa.

s. Name of the middle post of a house; pou hana.

Hana (hā'-na), n.

/ hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Work; labor: hana mana, a miracle; hana a ka lani, the doing or the work of the chief.

2. Duty.

3. Office; calling.

4. Trade.

5. Bleached wauke bark.

6. Tapa of the best material and of brilliant colors used to cover the outside of anything. Also called kilohana.

7. The four white sheets of tapa under the top sheet of a set of sleep-ing tapa.

Hana (hă-nā'), n.

/ hă-nā' / Parker Haw to Eng,

The middle post on the end of a house; post that supports the end of the ridge pole.

HAN 104 HAN

Hana (hā'-na), v.

/ hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To work; to labor.

2. Used in a most extensive sense of to cause and to act.

Hana (hā'-nă):

/ hā'-nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

respite from heavy exhaled breathing. District, Maui.

Hana-

pākuʻina kaumuaprefix Place Names of Hawaiʻi WahiLocation,

Prefix of many place names (also Hono-).

  • References:
    • See Appendix 5.2.

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Quadrangle, village, bay, surfing area, elementary and high school, beach park, district, forest reserve, plantation, and road, East Maui. Queen Ka-ʻahu-manu was born here at a place called Pōnaha-ke-one (circle [of] the sand). Poetic: ʻāina ua, lani haʻahaʻa (PH 210), rainy land, low-lying sky. (Ii 172.) See Nā-nuʻa-lele.

  • 1. Beach park, Hāna, Maui. A 700-foot-long calcareous sand beach fronts the park between the wharf and the pilings of the former Hāna Landing.
  • 2. Ramp and Wharf, Hāna, Maui. The 300-foot-long wharf was no longer used for inter-island shipping once Hāna was connected to Kahului Harbor by road. The Hāna Highway, a 52-mile paved road, opened as a dirt road in 1927. Facilities for boaters include ten moorings, a ramp, a pier, and a vessel washdown area.

Literally, work or profession. The goddess Luʻukia was said to have taught tapa beating to the women of Hāna in a cave called Hāna o Luʻukia, or the "work of Luʻukia."

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