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Redup. of kali 1. (Isa. 64.4.) (PPN tatali.)

v. See KALI. To wait for some person or thing to come or be done; to expect. Isa. 64:4. To continue waiting for something.

2. To be detained.

adv. Waitingly; in a waiting posture; in wait. Ier. 3:2.

Kakali (kă'-kă'-li), adv.

/ kă'-kă'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Waitingly; in a waiting posture; in wait; watchfully. Oi noho kakali aku nei, o ka po no ia, have watchfully waited until night.

Kakali (kă'-kă'-li), v.

/ kă'-kă'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To wait for some person or thing to come or be done; to expect; to continue waiting for something. See kali.

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