kaiʻokia / kai.ʻokia /
vi., Separated by sea, spared, set apart, separated (see kānāwai).
- Ma ka inoa o kona kānāwai mau, kaiʻokia kānāwai, no laila, ʻaʻole, he luku hou ʻana a Lonoikamakahiki (For. 4:291), in the name of his customary law, sea-separation law, so there was no more destruction by Lonoikamakahiki.
- Ke hōʻike mai nei ke akua, ua kaiʻokia ka make o āu mau keiki, the god reveals that your children are spared.
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