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1. nvi. To flow, trickle, drop, melt, menstruate; in heat, of a bitch; a run or school of fish. See ex., kaea. Kahe ka hāʻae, to drool at the mouth. Kahe ka huʻa o ka waha, to froth at the mouth. hoʻo.kahe To water or irrigate; to cause to flow, discharge, drain, (PPN tafe.)

2. vt. To cut or slit longitudinally; to subincise or circumcise. See kahe ule. (PPN tafa.)

nvi. First appearance of young caterpillars on vines, especially of sweet potatoes; to be eaten by caterpillars. Kaʻū. Cf. , caterpillar. Ua kāhē ka ʻuala, the caterpillars are beginning to eat the sweet-potato leaves.

See uila wai kahe.

v., To spill; to pour out, as water or blood.

2. To run, as water; to flow, as a stream or river.

3. To flow, i. e., to abound in any substance. Nah. 14:8.

4. To drop; to trickle, as tears. Ezek. 24:16.

5. To flow, as froth from the mouth of a person in a fit.

6. To flow, as blood from a wound.

7. Hoo. To cause to flow or run, as a liquid, i. e., to water, as a land; to shed or cause to flow, as blood in murder. Kin. 37:22.

8. To cause to flow back, as the sea. Puk. 14:21.

* * * * * O keaka,

O na pue o Kaikua ku i ka maka ili,

Hanini, ninilani e luai e ao

E kahe e kakahi mai auanei

Ka omaka wai kapu o Lono.

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v. To cut or slit longitudinally; to cut off; with omaka, to circumcise after the Hawaiian manner; to castrate; to shave. See KAHI.

2. To bind round the waist; to gird.

3. To begin to wither, as leaves eaten by a worm.

s. Hoo. A flowing ; a flowing of blood; he poko ma kauwahi, he la ma kauwahi, he hauoki ma kauwahi, he kahe, ma kauwahi.

A flow of any liquid.

1. To run, as water; to flow, as a stream or river.

2. To flow, that is, to abound in any substance.

3. To melt; to become liquid.

4. To drop; to trickle, as tears.

5. To flow, as blood from a wound, as froth from the mouth.

1. To cut or slit longitudinally; to cut off: Kaha omaka, to circumcise after the Hawaiian manner; to castrate.

2. To menstruate.

Land section, point, beach park, and power plant, Wai-ʻanae qd., Oʻahu. See ʻEwa. Lit., flow.

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