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n. Semen. Fig., child, seed. Pohō i ka mālama i kō haʻi keakea (saying), bad luck from caring for the children of others [said in anger at a foster child].

Redup. of keʻa 1; to object, prevent, oppose; disputed. Keʻakeʻa ʻole, unobstructed. Keʻakeʻa ʻia e nā au, blocked by the currents [as a ship]. E keʻakeʻa ai i kā kāua hoʻohiki (Laie 383), to circumvent our oath.

adj. White. See KEO. Pellucid; clear.

v. See KEA, to hinder. To hinder. 1 Sam. 14:6. To stand in the way of.

2. To object to that which would be to the advantage of another.

3. To keep back; to restrain one from doing a thing. Nah. 24:11. To prohibit; to resist. Oih. 13:10.

adj. See KEA, cross, above. In the form of several crosses, as sticks under a piece of timber to carry it; a keakea a amo aku.

s. See KEA 4 above. The semen masculinum; the semen of all males. See KEKEA.

Keakea (kē'-ă-kē'-a), adj.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

White; clear.

Keakea (ke'a-ke'a), adj.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

In the form of several crosses, as sticks under a piece of timber to carry it: a keakea a amo aku.

Keakea (kē'-ă-kē'-a), n.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. The semen of males. Syn: Kekea.

An obstruction; anything used to close a way or passage.

[Kea, to hinder.]

1. To hinder.

2. To object to that which would be to the advantage of another.

3. To keep back; to restrain one from doing a thing; to prohibit; to resist.

to protest against. Land section, Ewa, Oahu.

Hill, Hanalei district, northeast Kauaʻi. Lit., the breadth.

E huli iā “keakea” ma Ulukau.

Search for “keakea” on Ulukau.

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