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nvs. Crooked, deformed, crippled, defective; speech impediment; to speak with an impediment, as one who has had a stroke; crippling, defection. Lele mai he mokulele i ʻano hapakuʻe kona mau ʻenekina … me ʻelua wale nō mau ʻenekina e kakaʻa ana, an airplane came, the motors of which were somewhat crippled … only two motors were turning over.

v. To be twisted in the legs and feet; to be deformed; to be crippled.

2. To stammer or be slow in speech, as an aged person; ma ka olelo a na elemakule, ua lohi ke kamailio ana, hapakue ka waha i ka olelo.

adj. Crooked; deformed; crippled.

2. Stammering; hesitating in speech.

Hapakue (hā'-pă-ku'e), adj.

/ hā'-pă-ku'e / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Crooked; deformed; crippled.

2. Stammering; hesitating in speech.

Hapakue (hā'-pă-ku'e), v.

/ hā'-pă-ku'e / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be uncertain of; to be irresolute.

2. To be deformed in the legs and feet.

3. To be deformed; to be crippled.

4. To stammer or be slow in speech: ma ka olelo a na elemakule, ua lohi ke kamailio ana, hapakue ka waha i ka olelo.

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