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vs., Nude, naked; bare, alone, by itself.

  • Examples:
    • ʻAi kohana, to eat one thing only, whether flesh or vegetable.
    • Kū kohana, to stand naked; to stand alone.
    • Hele kohana, to go naked, empty-handed, or alone.
  • References:
    • Ier. 49.10.

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v. Hoo. To make bare; to strip naked. Ier. 49:10. To be destitute of covering.

s. Nakedness; an utter destitution of clothing; hele wale, aole kapa.

adj. Naked; destitute of clothing; not even a malo.

adv. Nakedly; holo kohana, fled in nakedness. Oih. 19:16. Ku kohana, to stand nakedly, i. e., to be in nakedness. Isa. 58:7.

Kohana (kō'-hă'-na), adj.

Parker Haw to Eng,

Naked; destitute of clothing; not even a malo.

Kohana (kō'-hă'-na), adv.

Parker Haw to Eng,

Nakedly: holo kohana, fled in nakedness; ku kohana, to stand nakedly, that is, to be in nakedness.

Kohana (kō'-hă'-na), n.

Parker Haw to Eng,

Nakedness; an utter destitution of clothing: hele wale, aole kapa.

Kohana (kō'-hă'-na), v.

Parker Haw to Eng,

To be naked; to be destitue; to be needy. Hookohana is transitive form of the word.

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