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1. Pas/imp. of ili; to have gone aground.

2. vi. Stricken with awe, reverence, dread (PH 33); overcome, thrilled, as by beauty. Ā ʻe hoʻoneoneo aku au i ka ʻāina, ā no laila e ilihia ai kō ʻoukou poʻe ʻenemi (Oihk. 26.32), and I will bring the land into desolation; and your enemies shall be astonished. (PPN ilifia.)

n. A kind of haʻiwale (Cyrtandra begoniaefolia), on East Maui, having unequal heart-shaped leaves.

v. To be astonished at an event. Oihk. 26:32.

2. To be offended, as with a servant who has done mischief.

3. To be in great fear; ua ilihia makou i ka makau maoli.

4. Hoo. To cause fear or trepidation; me he mea la e hooilihia ka olelo a na kahuna.

adj. Quick tempered.

s. Great fear; trepidation; he makau, he weliweli.

Ilihia (ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a), adj.

/ ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Awful; reverential; sublime.

Ilihia (ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a), n.

/ ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Fear; awe; reverence.

Ilihia (ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a), v.

/ ĭ'-lĭ-hĭ'a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be overcome with awe and reverence.

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