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hele Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. nvi. To go, come, walk; to move, as in a game; going, moving; a gadabout.

  • Figuratively, to die.
  • Examples:
    • Hele mai, come.
    • Hele aku, go; go away.
    • Hele Pololei, to go straight ahead.
    • Hele nō ā ka poʻe ʻōpiopio, extending even to the young people.
    • Kāu hele kēia, this is your move [as in the kōnane game].
    • Hele a ka lā, the path of the sun; circuit of the sun.
    • Hele i lalo, go down, descend.
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2. vi. To become, get; like, in a state of, similar (frequently followed by ā).

  • Examples:
    • Hele loa i ka ʻono, really delicious.
    • Ua hele ʻoia ā huhū, momona, ʻona, he has become angry, fat, drunk.
    • I uhi pākaukau hou, i hele loa aku kēia lumi i ka maikaʻi, [bring] a fresh tablecloth, so that this room will be greatly improved.

3. vi. When, by the time that (usually followed by ā).

  • Examples:
    • Hele ā pau kēia, ua hala nā makahiki ʻelua, by the time that is finished, two years will be gone.

4. vs. following others bases, imparting idea of everywhere, here and there, continuously.

  • Examples:
    • Holo hele, to run here and there or continuously.
    • Huli hele, to search everywhere.
    • Nui nō kona ho ʻounauna hele i kāna keiki, he continuously sends his child on errands.

5. n. A relationship term. See hele hope, hele mua.

6. nvt. To tie, bind, lash, make fast; noose, snare.

  • Examples:
    • Ua kama ʻia i nā kaula a i hele ʻia, tied with ropes and bound.
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7. vt. To divide, cut apart.

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hele Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n., Priest's helper.

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HE-LE Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To move in any way to a large or small minute distance; the quality of the motion is expressed by other words.

2. To walk; to go; to move.

3. To act; to exhibit moral conduct. 1 Kor. 3:3.

4. To stretch, as a string or rope.

5. Hoo. To cause one to go or pass on. Ezek. 16:21. To desire or pretend to go on; to depart; aole nae e pono ia laua e hoohele wale i na pohaku hoohele; hele kue, to go against, as an enemy. Lunk. 1:10. Hele wale, to be or to walk about naked. See HELEWALE. Hele e, to go before; ke hele aku nei ke keiki, the child grows, i. e., increases in stature; hele liilii, helelei, to scatter; to separate. See the compounds.

HE-LE Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. A noose; a snare for catching birds. See PAHELE.

2. A going; a passing on; a journey; a course.

Hele (hē'-le), n. Parker Haw to Eng,

A going; a passing on; a journey; a course.

Hele (hē'-le), v. Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To walk.

2. To go.

3. To move.

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