- I kai, towards the sea.
- O kai, of the lowland, of the sea, seaward.
- Nā kānaka o kai, shore dwellers.
- Nā kai ʻewalu, the eight seas [a poetic expression for the channels dividing the eight inhabited islands].
- Kai lalo, lower sea, i.e., western sea, where the sun sets.
- Ka mokupuni kai lalo, ʻo Kauaʻi, Kauiʻi, the island of the western sea.
- Kō a kai, people from the shore district.
3. Interjection, similar to keu. My, how much! How very! How terrific! Kai ka nani! How beautiful! Kai ke kolohe! Oh, how mischievous.
- Cf. kainō.
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