vs. Lazy, torpid, sluggish. He aha hoʻi kēia kālē nui wale? What's the reason for this great disinclination to move about?
iʻoa Charles. Eng. Ke kānāwai a Kale. Charles' law, in science, i.e. the volume of a gas increases as its temperature increases if the pressure remains constant.
kikino Modeling clay. Eng. Cf. palēkō, pālolo.
v. To be thin and watery, like very thin poi. See KAKALE and KALEKALE.
adj. Thin and watery; very nearly liquid poi so mixed with water; he ai kale.
Kale (kă'-le), adj.
Thin and watery, as poi: he ai kale.
Kale (kă'-le), v.
To be thin and watery, like very thin poi. Syn: Kakale and kalekale.
Place, Ka-lihi Uka, Honolulu. Lit., Charles. (TM.)