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1. Reduplication of kuhi; to show, demonstrate, designate, prescribe, teach, give orders; to direct heiau ceremonies; one always giving orders (Kep. 105); reference, direction, prescription, exponent; bossy.

  • Examples:
    • Kuhikuhi pono ʻia, pointed out exactly and specifically.
    • Kuhikuhi i ke keʻa, to make the sign of the cross.
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2. vs., Sweet, tasty, fat.

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hamani To point, as a mouse arrow in a computer program. Dic., ext. mng. See entries below and papa kuhikuhi. Manamana kuhikuhi. Index finger. Also manamana miki.

ham To show, demonstrate, as how a math problem is solved. E kuhikuhi mai ʻoe i kāu polopolema. Show how you did your problem. Dic.

hamani, To direct, as a movie or video production.

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Nā LepiliTags: preceded by ke

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kik/ham Indicator; to indicate. Dic., ext. mng. Ninahaidirina kuhikuhi. Ninhydrin indicator.

v. Freq. of kuhi. To show; to point out. Kanl. 1:33.

2. To designate; to point out; to direct one to a particular place.

3. To teach; to make signs with the hand; to point the finger; to direct by the hand; kuhikuhi heiau, to direct the ceremonies of the temple service.

4. To ask by signs.

v. To be fat; to be rich with fatness, as food.

2. To be sweet or pleasant to the taste, as high-seasoned food.

adj. Sweet, as sugar; fat, as the fat of a well fed animal; sickish with fatness; momona, liliha.

Kuhikuhi (kū'-hĭ-kū'-hi), adj.

Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Sweet, as sugar.

2. Fat, as the fat of a well-fed animal; overfat; sickeningly fat.

Kuhikuhi (kū'-hĭ-kū'-hi), v.

Parker Haw to Eng,

[Freq. of kuhi.]

1. To show; to point out; to designate; to direct one to a particular place.

2. To make signs with the hand; to point the finger; to direct by the hand: kuhikuhi heiau, to direct the ceremonies of the temple service.

4. To make known.

5. To teach.

6. To be fat; to be rich with fatness, as food.

7. To be sweet or pleasant to the taste, as highly-seasoned food.

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