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1. numeral, Multitude, many; forty thousand.

  • Examples:
    • Ola nō ia kini i ka limu lomi lima o Kailua, the crowd thrives on the hand-massaged seaweed of Kailua.
  • References:
    • PEP tini.

2. n., King.

  • Source:
    • English
  • Examples:
    • Kini peki, king of spades.

3. n., Kin, relatives.

  • Source:
    • English

4. Also gini n., Gin.

  • Source:
    • English

5. Also tini n., Tin, pail, can.

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    • English

6. n., Marble (a child's best marble in the game; kinikini is more common).

  • Source:
    • Probably English: tin

7. n., Zinc.

  • Source:
    • English

8. n., Guinea (coin).

  • Source:
    • English

9. n., Jean, Jane, Jennie.

  • Source:
    • English

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See entries below. Une kini. Tab, as on soda cans. Une kini koloaka. Soda can tab.

iʻoa, Guinea.

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s. The number 40,000.

2. Any number indefinitely great.

3. A retinue of persons; a train following a chief, as in former times. 1 Nal. 10:2.

4. Kinsfolks; relations, &c.

5. Eng. Tin; as, pa kini, a tin plate; so written instead of pa tini.

s. Hawaiian orthography for gini, gin, a distilled foreign intoxicating liquor.

1. The number 40,000.

2. Any number indefinitely great.

3. Kinsfolks; relatives.

4. (Eng.) Tin; as, pa kini, a tin plate; so written instead of pa tini.

5. Gin.

Plaee, Ka-lihi Uka, Honolulu; sacred rock that attracted fish, Wai-mānalo, Oʻahu. Lit., Jane, Jean, or multitudes.

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