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1. Redup. of heʻe 2–4; to slide, sag, fade; landslide, avalanche; soft, watery, melting. E heheʻe auaneʻi ka poʻe āpau e noho ana ma Kanaʻana (Puk. 15.15), all the people of Canaan shall melt away. hoʻo.heheʻe To melt, liquefy, cast, dissolve, soften; to slide, especially to slide by jerks, as on a hōlua, sled, or ti-leaf slide. Wahi hoʻoheheʻe hao, foundry. Wai hoʻoheheʻe, digestive juice. E hoʻoheheʻe ʻoe i ʻehā ʻapo gula (Puk. 25.12), thou shalt cast four rings of gold.

2. nvs. Discharge, as of pus; fluid. He maʻi heheʻe (Oihk. 13.18), a boil.

hehele To melt. Dic. Kēkelē heheʻe. Melting point.

v. To melt, as metals; to liquefy any solid substance. 1 Pet. 3:12.

2. FIG. To soften, as the heart; to make fearful. Puk. 15:15.

3. Hoo. To melt and cast into any figure. Puk. 25:12. To cause to be soft; unstable; e lewa.

4. To flow; to run, as a liquid metal; he pohaku i hoohehee wale ia no. See HEE.

s. With mai, a running sore. Oihk. 13:18.

adj. Hoo. Liquid; thin; flowing; melting. Sol. 17:3.

Hehee (hē'-he'e), adj.

/ hē'-he'e / Parker Haw to Eng,

Flowing; melting; liquid.

Hehee (hē'-he'e), n.

/ hē'-he'e / Parker Haw to Eng,

A running, as the discharge from a sore; viscous matter.

Hehee (hē'-he'e), v.

/ hē'-he'e / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be soft; to be melted; to be liquified; to be dissolved; to become liquid.

2. To fade, as colors: hehee i ka wai; to fade in washing.

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