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Tinea, a fungus skin disease.

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1. n., Male, husband, male sweetheart, man; brother-in-law of a woman; male, masculine; to be a husband or brother-in-law of a woman.

  • Examples:
    • Kai kāne (Kep. 183), strong sea.
    • Hana keiki kāne, man's work requiring strength.
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2. (Cap.) n., The leading of the four great Hawaiian gods: see HM 42–66.

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    • PCP Taane.

3. (Cap.) n., Name of the 27th night of the lunar month.

4. (Cap.) n., Name of a sacred star, seen by priests as portending great misfortune, as the death of a chief; perhaps a variable like Mira or Algol, or even a nova.

5. n., Name given at ʻEwa, Oʻahu, for the Tahitian banana known as polapola and hēʻī.

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s. The male of the animal species; opposite to wahine.

2. A husband; he kane mea wahine, a husband having a wife; kane hou, a man lately married; a bridegroom; also, kane mare, a bridegroom.

3. The name of a stone god.

4. White spots on the flesh.

5. The god of living water; he akua nana ka wai ola.

6. The name of certain gods, Kane and Kanaloa.

7. The name of a small insect. See ANE.

8. Name of a day of the month; ma ia ao ae, o Kane ia la.

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v. To be or act the part of a husband. 1 Tim. 3:2.

Kane (kā'-ne), n.

/ kā'-ne / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. The male of the animal species; opposite to wahine, female.

2. A husband.

3. An eruption or formation of whitish flakes on the skin.

4. One of the more distinguished heathen gods of the ancient Hawaiians, also called Kane-i-ka-wai-ola, Kane of the Living Water.

5. A certain day in each month set apart for the worship of the god, Kane.

Kane (kā'-ne), v.

/ kā'-ne / Parker Haw to Eng,

To be or act the part of a husband: I kane oe na Lahopa; be a husband to Lahopa.

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