1. vi. Sweet and soft, as music; sweetly appealing, as perfume or a memory of love; to sound softly; to tease, play pranks; mischievous. Ke kani hone a ka waiolina, the sweet sound of a violin. Na ka moani lā i hali mai, hone ana i ke kai (song), brought by the moani breeze, spreading sweetly to the sea. Kani hone kēia keiki, this child keeps up a teasing cry. hoʻo.hone Caus/sim.
2. n. Honey. Eng. Wili i ka hone, to extract honey.
3. n. Tenon of a wall post (Kam. 76:97.)