vi. To go naked; to go without fixed purpose or far and wide; to go empty-handed; to go without recompense. Hele wale ka wāwae, to go barefoot. ʻAʻohe uʻi hele wale o Kohala, no youth of Kohala goes empty-handed [a saying complimenting Kohala on the industry of its youth, who are well supplied with goods as result]. Ua hele wale ʻia nō kēia kai e aʻu, this sea has been sailed far and wide by me.