- Two-story house, hale i luna a i lalo.
- House trailer, kaʻa hale.
- Ancient types of houses: mua (eating, for men); hālau (for canoes, hula instruction); kua (for beating tapa); peʻa (menstrual); pūʻoʻa (for corpses); hāwai (for purification ceremonies); ʻeleua (new); moku hale (ulu hale) (set apart, as for instruction); wai ea, haʻi. (See also heiau.)
- Humble references to houses, ōpū malumalu, ōpū weuweu.
- House parts: kahua (platform, foundation); paepae puka, niʻo (threshold); paia (wall, side), hākala, kala (end, gable); also: holo, hoʻoholo, lolo, kana, uluhaka, ukuwai. See also post, purlin, thatch.
- House site, kahua hale.
- House adornments and furniture, pono hale, kāhiko o ka hale.
- House dedication, hoʻolaʻa hale, ʻoki i ka piko.
- To have a house, hale.
- To go from house to house, komo kauhale.
- House visiting, komo ʻāpana.
- To receive in a house, hoʻohale.
- House lot, yard, fence, pā hale.
- House dweller, noho hale.
- House owner, haku hale, mea hale, noho hale.
- See figurative meaning, welcome.
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