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n. Generation; relative whose relationship was established several generations previously; ancestry, birth. Hanauna like, relative of the same generation; of the same generation, contemporary. Makuahine hanauna, aunt, female cousin of one's father or mother. Keiki hanauna, nephew, niece. Kaikuahine hanauna, female cousin of a male. Pili ma ka hanauna, related through having a common ancestor. Nā makua kāne hanauna (For. 4:161), uncles, fathers, brothers and male cousins. ʻŌpio ʻAmelika o ka hanauna Kepanī, American youth of Japanese ancestry. (PPN fanaunga.)

s. For hanau ana. Is used for relations in general. Kin. 47:1. Equivalent to hoahanau. See Kin. 47:3.

1. A circle of relations of the same family.

2. A succession, as of father, son, grandson, &c.

3. A generation, i. e., people living at the same time. Kin. 5:1.

Hanauna (hā'-nā'u-na), n.

/ hā'-nā'u-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

(For hanau ana.)

1. Relatives in general. Syn: Hoahanau.

2. A circle of members of one family.

3. A succession, as of father, son, grandson, etc.

4. A generation, that is, people living at the same time.

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