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1. nvs. Poor, destitute; a poor person. Cf. ʻilihune, māhune. He hune kō lākou nohona, their way of life is poverty-stricken. hoʻo.hune To cause poverty, impoverish. E hoʻohune iā mākou (Lunk 14.15), to impoverish us.

2. vs. Fine, tiny. Cf. huna, kilihune, Menehune.

v. To tease; to persevere in entreaty.

2. To be trickish. Hoo. The same.

v. To be poor; to be destitute; to be impoverished. Lunk. 6:6. To be in want. Hoo. To impoverish; to strip one of property. Lunk. 14:15.

adj. Destitute of property; naked; poor; applied to persons.

s. A poor man; e ola auanei ka hune, the poor man will soon recover.

Hune (hū'-ne), adj.

/ hū'-ne / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Destitute of property; naked; poor; applied to persons.

Hune (hū'-ne), n.

/ hū'-ne / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. A poor man; a poverty stricken person: E ola auanei ka hune, the poor man will soon recover.

Hu'ne (hū'-ne), v.

/ hū'-ne / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To be poor; to be destitute; to be impoverished. To be in want.

2. Same as hoohune, to tease.

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