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vs., Remaining, excessive, additional, spare, surplus, extra, more, too much (often followed by ā).

  • Examples:
    • Pākanahā ā keu, forty and more.
    • He keu ʻoe ā ke kanaka wahaheʻe, you're the greatest liar ever seen.
    • He keu ā ke kolohe! Very, very mischievous!
    • He keu aku nō! That's the limit! That's too much [said either in admiration or disapproval, indicated by voice tone].
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ʻaʻano, Extended, as of computer memory; enhanced or expanded, as a computer keyboard.

  • Source:
    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
  • Examples:
    • ʻOi aku ka nui o nā pihi ma ka papa pihi keu. There are more keys on the expanded keyboard.
  • References:

Nā LepiliTags: computers

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See ʻai keu.

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v. To be more; to have a remainder.

s. What is over and above; in arithmatic, a remainder.

adj. Remaining; over and above; besides. Lunk. 2:8.

adv. A keu, and over.

v. To contradict; to scold; to find fault; to show a bad disposition; to be morose.

s. Surliness; pettishness; anger.

adj. Very angry; cross.

s. The voice of a bird, the alae; the singing voice of the alae; ina e lohe oe i ke keu a ka alae. Laieik. 149.

Keu (kē'-u), adj.

/ kē'-u / Parker Haw to Eng,

Remaining over and above; additional.

Keu (ke'u), adj.

/ ke'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Very angry; cross.

2. Fault finding.

Keu (kē'-u), adv.

/ kē'-u / Parker Haw to Eng,

Superfluously; beyond a limit.

Keu (kē'-u), n.

/ kē'-u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. In arithmetic, a remainder.

2. A portion extra, more.

Keu (ke'u), n.

/ ke'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Surliness; pettishness; anger, expressed in words.

2. A harsh, coarse sound, as the croak of a mud-hen, owl, etc.: Ina e lohe oe i ke keu o ka alae, if you hear the croak of the alae. Laieik. p. 149.

Keu (kē'-u), v.

/ kē'-u / Parker Haw to Eng,

To be more; to have a remainder. This word is used in counting or in specifying a general amount, with something over, thus: pa kauna a keu, four each and something over, or four and some besides; pa umi a keu, ten and upwards; pa kanaha a keu, forty and more; pa lau a keu, four hundred and over; the fraction over the definite sum is not specified. See hookeu.

Keu (ke'u), v.

/ ke'u / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To contradict; to scold; to find fault; to show a bad disposition; to be morose.

2. To complain in a fault-finding manner.

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