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1. n., Image, statue, picture, photograph, drawing, diagram, illustration, likeness, cartoon, idol, doll, petroglyph; features, as of a face; plans, as for a house; carved, as end of an ʻauamo pole.

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    • Kona kiʻi, his picture, statue (of him).
    • Kāna kiʻi, a picture (or statue) by him or owned by him.
    • Pepa kiʻi, joker, in deck of cards.
    • Kiʻi maka nunui, prominent, wealthy, or important person, VIP; literally, big-eyed image.
    • Kiʻi maka liʻiliʻi, ordinary person; literally, small-eyed image.
    • ʻO ke kiʻi nō kēlā o ka makuahine, he's the image of his mother.
    • He ʻokoʻa kona kiʻi a me kona kūlana (FS 279), her features and appearance were different.
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2. vt., To fetch, get, procure, send for, go after, summon, attack; to seek for sexual ends.

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3. vi., To try and, go and (idiomatic).

  • Examples:
    • E kiʻi ā loaʻa ā loaʻa ʻole mai paha, go and get or perhaps don't get.
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4. nvi., Hula step: one foot points to the side, front, and back; then the other foot does the same.

5. Same as ʻalani, orange.

6. n., Gesture, as in hula.

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1. See hākiʻi, hīkiʻi, mūkiʻi, nākiʻi, nīkiʻi, all meaning to tie, bind. (PCP -tiki.)

2. hoʻo.kiʻi Var. of hōkiʻi, thin, wasted. (Isa. 34.4.)

kikino, Figure, as an illustration in a textbook; graphics.

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    • Existing dictionary word, Extended meaning
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    • Ua komolike ʻo kiʻi A a me kiʻi E. Figures A and E are congruent.
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hamani, To receive a serve, in volleyball; also first pass.

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    • Niʻihau.

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v. To go after a thing; to go for the purpose of bringing something; to fetch. 1 Nal. 12:3.

2. To come to one; to approach; to meet.

3. To send for a person or thing; to send away.

4. To take from another; to procure for one. Kin. 34:4.

5. To require of one. Ezek. 3:18, 20.

6. Hoo. To pine away, as in the consumption; to cause to grow thin in flesh.

7. To starve; to suffer starvation.

8. To mourn; to suffer. Hal. 88:9.

9. To make thin, i. e., to deprive of; i hoonele a i hookiiia oukou i ka ike.

s. An image; a picture; i ko lakou ike ana i ke kii o ko lakou man hale; an idol; a statuel; kii kalaiia, a graven image. puk. 20:4. Kii palapalaia, a picture. Nah. 33:52.Kii hooheeheeia, a molten or cast image. Nah. 33:52. Kii akua, images of gods for worship. 1 Nal. 14:23. He laau ke kii no na kanaka ame na 'lii, the common people and the chiefs have idols of wood; kii ku, a standing image. Oihk. 26:1. Kii pohaku, an image of stone; kii onohi, pupil of the eye.

1. n., An image; a picture: i ko lakou ike ana i ke kii o ko lakou mau hale.

2. n., An idol; a statue; kii kalaiia, a graven image; kii palapalaia, a picture; kii hooheeheeia, a molten or cast image; kii akua, images of gods for worship; he laau ke kii no na kanaka ame na 'lii, the common people and the chiefs have idols of wood; kii ku, a standing image; kii pohaku, an image of stone; kii onohi, pupil of the eyes.

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1. To go after a thing.

2. To fetch.

3. To send for a person or thing.

4. To take from another.

5. To procure for one.

6. To require of one.

Point north of Alahaka Bay, south of Hōnaunau, Kona, Hawaiʻi. Areas near South Point, Kaʻū, and in Puna qd., Hawaiʻi. Landing, Niʻihau. Reservoir, Ka-huku qd., and point, Mō-kapu qd., Oʻahu. Lit., image.

Bay, landing, northwest shore, Niʻihau. Kiʻi and Lehua are the two landings on the north end of the island. Niʻihau Ranch uses the landings to haul livestock, equipment, passengers, food, dry goods, and other necessities to the island from Maka-weli Landing on Kauaʻi. Kiʻi Landing is an alternate site that is used when high surf precludes the use of Lehua Landing. Lit., [carved, wooden] image.

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