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1. vi., To throw or fling violently; to haul energetically with ropes; to get into action, as play or sport; to pursue with energy, as love-making.

  • Examples:
    • Hiu ā wela, ardent and persistent love-making; to take by storm.
    • Hiu aku nei ʻoia i ka puʻupuʻu, he swung into action with his fists.
    • E kū i ka malo ā hiu (Malo 146), stand up with [your] malo and go to it.
    • Hiu nō au ā naʻu ʻoe, Iʻll sweep you off your feet.
  • References:
    • PCP fiu.

2. vt., To elevate, hoist, as by block and tackle.

3. n., Stones used in games of kōnane, kinepeki, and āneo, usually polished and flat.

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kikino Chip, as used in poker, checkers, counting, etc. Dic. ext. mng.

v. To seize; to grasp hold of, as a rope.

2. To throw a stone with violence.

3. To be wild; untamed, as an animal.

4. To cry, as a sailor does in pulling a rope; hence,

5. To haul down a ship for repairs.

6. To practice sorcery.

7. To move the hiu (see the s.) in playing konane, a game.

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1. v., To fling; to throw with violence.

2. v., To lift or haul with ropes.

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Stream, Waiʻanae Valley, Oʻahu. Literally, throw violently.

Nā LepiliTags: Oʻahu

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