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nvt., To drink; a drink, drinking.

  • Examples:
    • Kāna mea inu, his beverage.
    • Kona inu, his drinking.
    • Mea inu hoʻohuihui, mixed drink.
    • Mea inu hoʻohuʻihuʻi, cold or iced beverage.
    • Pākela inu, to drink to excess.
    • Pūʻali inu wai, army of water drinkers (name of a temperance society).
  • References:

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hamani To take, as medicine or a pill. Niʻihau. Cf. ʻai. Inu i ka huaale. To take a pill. Inu i ka lāʻau. To take (liquid) medicine.

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