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1. vs., New, fresh, recent.

  • References:
    • PPN foʻou.

2. vs., Again, more, re- (as in hoʻoponopono hou, re-edit).

3. vt., To push, thrust, poke, stab, shove, prick, plunge, ram, jab, drill, bore, pierce, inject.

  • Examples:
    • Ka hou ʻana o ka ihe (FS 55), the hurling of the spear.
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4. nvi., Perspiration, sweat; to perspire, sweat.

  • References:
    • PCP (f,s)ou.

5. n., Varieties of wrasse (Thalassoma 🌐) shallow-water fish, as T. purpureum. The following names have been recorded for the young stages of the hou: ʻāwela, kanaloa, ʻōlali, ʻōlani, pāhouhou, pākaiele, pākaueloa, palaeʻa, pāʻouʻou.

6. Same as pakaweli, a variety of sugar cane.

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v. To stab; to pierce. 1 Sam. 31:4. To run through the body, as with a spear. Puk. 19:13.

2. To exert one's self in casting a spear or javelin. 1 Sam. 18:11.

3. To dip, as a pen into an inkstand; hou aku la i ka hulu i ka inika; to dip into a liquid. Rut. 2:14. To moisten or soak in water.

4. To thrust, as the hand into a hole.

5. To stretch out, as the hand; to draw out; to extend.

6. To search for something, as the mind; hou wale aku la ka manao i o, i o, e ake e loaa; i. e., to reach after.

v. See HOU, new. To be new; to be fresh; to be recent. Iob. 29:20.

2. To repeat; to do over again. Kanik. Ier. 3:23. To do again as before. Lunk. 20:31.

3. To breathe short; to pant.

adj. New; recent; lately done.

adv. Again; recently; anew; afresh.

s. Sweat; perspiration. Luk. 22:44.

2. The asthma; shortness of breath.

s. Name of a species of fish.

Hou (hōu), adj.

/ hōu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. New; recent; previously unknown.

2. Fresh; not old.

Hou (hōu), adv.

/ hōu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Again; recently; lately done.

Hou (hou), adv.

/ hou / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Again; recently; anew; afresh.

Hou (hōu), n.

/ hōu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Sweat; perspiration.

2. A species of fish of the coral reefs and warm currents, chiefly deep green and blue. (Thalassoma purpureum). Called also palaea, olale or olani, and awela.

Hou (hōu), v.

/ hōu / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. [Hou, new.] To be new; to be fresh; to be recent.

2. To push forward; to thrust; to shove.

3. To stab, as with pointed instrument.

4. To reach after, as in thought action: Hou wale aku la ka manao i o, i o, e ake e loaa, Thought pushes hither and thither in desire to discover.

Hou (hō'-ū'), v.

/ hō'-ū' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To moisten or soak or dip in liquid.

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