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nvt., To absolve entirely, forgive all faults, excuse, cleanse and purify morally; pardon, atonement, absolution; ceremonial cleansing.

  • Examples:
    • E huikala ʻoukou iā ʻoukou iho (Oihk. 20.7), sanctify yourselves.
  • References:
    • Cf. Malo 199.

Nā LepiliTags: religion

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v. Hui and kala, to loosen; to forgive. To cleanse, as a disease; to purify.

2. To be purified. Puk. 29:23.

3. To sanctify one's self. Oihk. 20:7.

4. To cleanse morally. Kin. 35:2.

5. To cleanse ceremonially. Neh. 12:30. Huikala ole, unholy. 2 Tim. 3:2.

6. Hoo. To cleanse; to purify; to sanctify. Heb. 9:13.

adj. Cleansing; purifying; wai huikala, water of purification. Nah. 19:9.

Huikala (hū'-i-kă'-la), adj.

/ hū'-i-kă'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Cleansing; purifying; wai huikala, water of purification.

Huikala (hū'-i-kă'-la), n.

/ hū'-i-kă'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Pardon.

Huikala (hū'-i-kă'-la), v.

/ hū'-i-kă'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Hui, to join, and kala, to loosen; to forgive.]

1. To cleanse, as a disease; to purify.

2. To be purified.

3. To sanctify one's self.

4. To cleanse morally.

5. To cleanse ceremonially.

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