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hoʻomau

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hoʻomau

/ hoʻo.mau / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

A variety of sweet potato.

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1. v., See mau and mauu, wet; moist. To moisten; to wet, as with dew; to soak.

2. To be cool; to be agreeable; to be refreshing.

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v., See mau, to repeat. To be constant; to be immovable; to perpetuate; to make fast, as an anchor in sand or rocks; to keep perpetually in action; to persevere; to go forward; hoomau aku la laua i ka hele. Laieik. 101.

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adj., Irreconcilable; opposite in natures, as fire and water; as virtue and vice.

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1. adj., Without break; continuously; without interruption.

2. adj., Unappeasable; not to be reconciled.

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[Hoo and mau, to repeat.]

1. v., To be constant.

2. v., To cause to be immovable; to perpetuate; to make fast, as an anchor in sand or rocks; to keep perpetually in action.

3. v., To persevere; to go forward; hoomau aku la laua i ka hele. Laieik. p. 101.

4. v., To continue; to prolong; to be repeated.

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[Hoo and mau, wet, moist.]

1. v., To moisten; to supply with water; to irrigate.

2. v., To add water to anything; to dampen.

3. v., To make cool or refreshing.

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