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nvi., Sleep; to sleep, fall asleep, asleep.

  • Examples:
    • Kona hiamoe ʻana, his sleeping.
    • Hiamoe i ka make, to sleep in death, die.
  • References:
    • PPN fiamohe.

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1. v., Hi, to droop, a, until, and moe, to prostrate.

1. To lie asleep; to sleep; to fall asleep.

2. FIG. To rest in sleep; e hiamoe i ka make, to sleep in death, i. e., to be dead. 1 Nal. 15:8. To die. Kanl. 31:16.

3. To fall prostrate, as if asleep. Dan. 8:18.

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1. s., Sleep; deep sound sleep; rest in sleep. SYN. with moe. Sol. 6:10.

2. Hiamoe, the sloth, an animal of South America.

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hiamoe

/ hī'-ă-mō'-e / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. n., Sleep; deep sound sleep; rest in sleep. See moe.

2. n., Sloth; laziness.

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hiamoe

/ hī'-ă-mō'-e / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. v., To lie asleep; to sleep; to fall asleep.

2. v., To rest in sleep, that is, to be dead: e hiamoe i ka make.

3. v., To die.

4. v., To fall prostrate, as if asleep.

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