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1. n., Refuse or rubbish, waste, excrement (cf. kūkae); refuse from fibers, as of olonā; raw bast and refuse of the wauke plant after soaking.

  • References:
    • PPN taʻe.

2. vi., Treated with contempt, scorn.

  • Examples:
    • Ke kae ʻia o ka inoa, contempt shown the name.

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1. v., To rub out, as a mark; to blot out; to erase.

2. To kill; to take away. Hookae. To blot out; to destroy; to kill instantly; to smite. 1 Oihl. 13:10.

3. To make desolate. Oihk. 26:31.

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s. The brink, border or edge of a thing; the exterior of the anus; the side. as of a precipice, wood, lake, &c. Puk. 25:25. The brim of a vessel or container. 1 Nal. 7:23. The inner bark, as of wauke; kae wauke.

v. To have a border or brim. Hoo. To hold on the brink or border; to protect.

v. To spurn; to turn a deaf ear; to refuse to listen; to answer foolishly.

2. To try a kalo patch, to know if it is ripe enough to eat; e kae i ka loi.

s. Contempt; a refusal to hear advice.

2. A name of an office in the king's train.

1. v., To have a border or brim.

2. v., See hauhae.

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