nvs., White person, American, Englishman, Caucasian; American, English; formerly, any foreigner; foreign, introduced, of foreign origin, as plants, pigs, chickens; entirely white, of pigs (Malo 37; perhaps Malo actually means of foreign introduction). References in traditional literature are few, but these have been noted: He haole nui maka ʻālohilohi (FS 201), a big foreigner with bright eyes [referring to Kamapuaʻa, the pig demigod].
- Hānau ke poʻo haole, he haole kēlā (KL. line 505), born was the stranger's head, that was strange.
- Hoʻokahi o Tahiti kānaka, he haole (Kualiʻi chant, For. 4:375) only one people in Tahiti, foreigners.
- ʻĀina haole, foreign land.
- ʻŌlelo haole, European language, especially English.
- See kolea #1.
- Marquesan haoʻe is probably a loan from Hawaiian.
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