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1. nvs. Old, ancient, antique, primitive, long ago, beforehand; to age; old person. (Usually in the sigular ; cf. kāhiko 2, puka kahiko.) Wā kahiko, old times. Wahi a kahiko (Kel. 50), said the old people. Kahiko ʻē, prematurely old. E kala kahiko, gone a long time. E paupauaho a manakā kahiko ʻoe iaʻu (Kel. 60), you would be disheartened, weary, and old before me. hoʻo.kahiko To think, act, speak in the old way; to speak of old times; to cling to old ways; old-fashioned; maturity. He wahine hoʻokahiko, an old-fashioned woman. (PPN tafito, base; PCP tafito, ancient.)

2. (Cap.) n. Name of the first Hawaiian. (Malo 4.)

1. nvi. Finery, ornaments; to wear finery, dress up; to harness (Ier. 46.4). Kāhiko o ke akua, adornment of the gods [rain]. Kāhiko a ka hale, house adornments and furniture. hoʻo.kā.hiko To dress someone in finery to adorn, decorate, deck, trim, array; to wear fine clothes.

2. Plural of kahiko 1.

Puka kahiko. Anus, i.e. the posterior opening of the alimentary canal. Also puka ʻamo.

s. The name of the first man upon the Hawaiian Islands according to some genealogies; ua hou ia mai, ma ka mookuauhau i kapaia Ololo, he kane ia kanaka mua loa, o Kahiko kona inoa, it is said again, in the genealogy called Ololo, that the very first inhabitant was a male, whose name was Kahiko. The question here discussed is whether the first person on the Islands was a man or woman. D. Malo, chap. 3,4.

v. To be or become old; to fade, as a flower or leaf; ua kahiko e, to become old prematurely; to be ancient.

adj. Old; ancient; that which is long past; poe kahiko, the ancients; the old people; wa kahiko, old time.

s. An elderly person; an old man; elua mau mea kahiko, e kipakuia'na e hele pela, two old men, they were being driven away. SYN. with poohina. Iob. 15:10.

v. To put on or dress in superb clothing; to put on splendid apparel for appearance sake; to be clothed splendidly. Mat. 6:29.

2. To deck or put on ornaments, as an Eastern bride. Isa. 61:10.

3. To adorn with royal robes, as ancient kings in their armor. Laieik. 112. To go in full armor, as a soldier equipped. Kanl. 3:18.

4. To be armed for battle.

5. To show honor; to dignify by honorable treatment. 1 Kor. 12:23.

s. A splendid dress; the dress and ornaments, as of an Eastern bridegroom. Isa. 61:10.

2. The priestly robes of Aaron. Puk. 29:21. Na kahiko laa, the consecrated garments.

3. Armor; defensive weapons; military dress. Epes. 6:13.

4. The furniture of a house, especially handsome costly furniture; e hookupu paha no ko lakou waiwai, ko lakou kahiko o ka hale.

Kahiko (kă'-hī'-ko), adj.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

Old; ancient; that which is long past: poe kahiko, the ancients, the old people; wa kahiko, old time.

Kahiko (kă'-hī'-ko), n.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. The name of the first man upon the Hawaiian islands according to some genealogies: ua i hou ia mai, ma ka mookuauhau i kapaia Ololo, he kane ia kanaka mua loa, o Kahiko kona inoa, it is said again, in the genealogy called Ololo, that the very first inhabitant was a man whose name was Kahiko. The question here discussed is whether the first person on the islands was a man or woman. (D. Malo, chapters 3 and 4.)

2. An elderly person; an old man; elua mau mea kahiko, e kipakuia'na, e hele pela, two old men, they were being driven away. Syn: poohina.

Kahiko (kā'-hī'-ko), n.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Garments in general.

2. Distinguishing ornaments or robes; equipment for service.

3. The furniture of a house, especially handsome costly furniture; e hookupu paha no ko lakou waiwai, ko lakou kahiko o ka hale.

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Kahiko (kă'-hī'-ko), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be or become old; to fade, as a flower or leaf: ua kahiko e, to become old prematurely; to be ancient.

Kahiko (kā'-hī'-ko), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To dress; to put on apparel.

2. To adorn, or deck; to cover in the way of apparel.

3. To furnish with equipment for service.

4. To invest with mark or sign of distinction. Laieik. p. 112.

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