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1. Same as kaikaina, most used as term of address.

2. n. Kind.

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n. and interj. Hit, struck; strike! destroy (said by a sorcerer invoking eternal destruction upon a victim); incantation.

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v., See kai, to take, and ana. To take; to seize, as a fit; as the influence of a wicked spirit. Mar. 9:18.

2. To seize, as a prisoner; to lead away to trial; ua uku i ke dala, ua hana, ua paa i ka hao, ua kaina aku imua o na lunakanawai.

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v., To move slowly and softly, as a weak person trying to walk.

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s., A younger of two brothers or two sisters; hence, a thing that is after or second to another; pokii kaina, the very younger.

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s., A sitting to practice sorcery; the practice of sorcery.

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1. n., An expression used at the end of a sorcerer's invocation of eternal destruction upon his victim. The word shows the ceremony is ended.

2. n., Contraction of kaikaina, which see.

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[Variant of kaiia, passive of Kai.] v., To be led away; to be moved slowly along.

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v., An imperative form of the verb Kai, to lead: Kaina aku ia ku ma o; lead Ku over there.

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[Intransitive of kai, to move.] v., To be moved; to be carried or borne along; to be drawn away.

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