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hāʻupu

hamanitransitive verb / hā.ʻupu / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

vt., To recollect, recall, remember.

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1. v., To excite; to stir up, as the affections or passions.

2. To suffer with anxiety; to be much excited or moved; ua haupu honua ae la ka makaula, the prophet was much excited. Laieik. 157.

3. To rise up suddenly in the mind, as a thought.

4. To stir up one to recollection; alaila, e haupu ia lakou me ka homanao.

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s., The sudden excitement of the passions. NOTE.—This word was used in a moral philosophy for conscience, or the internal monitor; o ka mea i nanea palaka ka haupu, alaila aole e ole kona hewa. Afterwards lunamanao was used.

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n., Sudden excitement of thought or of the passions. (This word was formerly used in a moral philosophy for the conscience, or the internal monitor: o ka mea i nanea palaka ka haupu, alaila aole e ole kona hewa. Later lunamanao was used.) The modern word is lunaikehala.

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1. v., To rise up, as the affections or passions.

2. v., To come to sudden recollection of; to call to mind.

3. v., To suffer with anxiety; to be much excited or moved; ua haupu honua ae la ka makaula; the prophet was much excited. (See Laieik. p. 157.)

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Haupu

iʻoaproper noun / hā'u-pu / Parker Haw to Eng,

affectionate yearning. Elevation, Kauai.

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Hāʻupu

iʻoaproper noun Place Names of Hawaiʻi WahiLocation,
  1. Peak and ridge, Līhuʻe district, Kauaʻi (PH 107), probably named for a demigod (see Pōhaku-o-Kauaʻi), also called Hoary Head.
  2. Bay, peak, and ridge, Pelekunu Valley, Kamalō qd., Molokaʻi, the fortress of Kapeʻekauila who abducted Hina (HM 464); she was rescued by her sons Kana and Nīheu. The hill stretched, but Kana defeated it by using five stretching bodies: human, rope, convolvulus vine, banana, and spider web (HM 466). The hill was lifted up by turtles. Also called Hāʻupukele. About 200 yards into the bay are some rocks as much as 100 feet high. It is said that a giant, Kana, walked down the ridge after defeating an enemy and kicked these stones into the water (Jarrett 21). See Keoloʻewa, Kūkaʻiwaʻa, Mōkoholā.
  3. Land section, Pearl City, Oʻahu.
  • Literally, recollection.

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