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n., Pine tree (RSV), fir tree (KJV).

  • Source:
    • Hebrew: tidhar
  • References:
    • Isa. 41.19.

Nā LepiliTags: flora trees

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1. n., Hip, coccyx bone; posterior; stern, as of a canoe.

2. n., Same as kīkala moa, a seaweed.

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Hānai kīkala. To make a back set, in volleyball.

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s. The hollow of the back between the hips.

2. The name of the bone called cocoyx.

3. The hip; ke kikala ame ka uha. Lunk. 15:8.

4. The buttocks; the posteriors. 2 Sam. 10:4.

Kikala (kī'-kă'-la), n.

/ kī'-kă'-la / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. The hollow of the back between the hips.

2. The name of the bone called coccyx.

3. The hip: ke kikala ame ka uha.

4. The buttocks; the posteriors.

Kikala (ki'-kā'lă):

/ ki'-kā'lă / Parker Haw to Eng,

the buttocks, Land section, Hilo, Hawaii.

Land sections and homesteads, Kalapana qd., Hawaiʻi. Literally, hip.

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