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nvs., Uncleanliness, filth, defilement, abomination; defiled, indecent, obscene, vile, lewd, unclean (Oihk. 15.2), contaminated, sordid. (hau- #1 + -mia, pas/imp.)

  • hoʻohaumia Caus/sim.; To pollute, defile, befoul, besmirch, contaminate.
    • Moe ihola me ia, a hoʻohaumia iāia (Kin. 34.2), sleeping with her and defiling her.

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kikino Pollution. Dic., ext. mng. Haumia ea. Air pollution.

v. To defile; to pollute; to be either morally, physically or ceremonially unclean. Hoo. To defile naturally, morally. Kin. 34:2. Or ceremonially, to stain; defile. Iol. 3:5.

s., Contagion; ceremonial defilement from contact or contiguity to dead bodies.

2. Morally, from various wicked practices.

3. Things forbidden under penalty of death, stronger than kapu; uncleanness, &c. Oihk. 15:2, 3. Defilement. Gal. 5:19.

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adj. Unclean; impure.

2. That which defileth. Oihk. 5:2.

Haumia (ha'u-mi'-a), adj.

/ ha'u-mi'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Unclean; impure; filthy.

Haumia (ha'u-mi'-a), n.

/ ha'u-mi'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Defilement, ceremonial or physical.

2. Moral deviation from the right.

Haumia (ha'u-mi'-a), v.

/ ha'u-mi'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be defiled; to be polluted; to be either morally, physically or ceremonially unclean.

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