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kula Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. n., Plain, field, open country, pasture.

  • Examples:
    • Kō kula kai, shore dweller.

2. n., Source; container.

3. n., Basket-like fish trap.

  • Rare

4. nvi., School, academy; to teach school, go to school; to hold school or class sessions.

  • Source:
    • English.
  • Examples:
    • Kula ʻia, to be educated in school, sent to school.
    • Kumu kula, school teacher.
  • References:

5. Also gula. nvs., Gold; golden.

  • Source:
    • English.

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kula Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

Leka kūloko kula. Campus mail.

KU-LA Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. The country in rear of the sea shore; the open country back from the sea. LIT. The name of the region of a mountain near its base, next below the pahee; it is a region where houses may be built and people live. It extends to the region called kahakai, or sea shore.

2. Any open uncultivated land. Kin. 3:1.

3. A field for cultivation. Nah. 16:14.

4. Uncultivated land in the neighborhood of a city, i. e., suburbs. Nah. 35:3, 4.

5. A field; a pasture.

6. A place in a tree or trees where for the sake of flowers, perhaps, birds assemble and sit; he kula manu paha keia e walaau nei.

7. The name of the ancient god who could overleap fences and mountains, perch on straws, converse with all the other gods, &c., &c.

8. The name of a species of fish caught in a basket; hinai kula.

KU-LA Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. See above. To be in, or to have perpetual solitude, as to live in uncultivated and uninhabited places; e paa mai ka meha o ka la, e uhi mai ka malu.

KU-LA Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. Eng. A school; a place of instruction; ua kukulu ia keia kula i wahi e imi ai i ka naauao.

2. Kula is often written incorrectly for gula, gold.

KU-LA Andrews Haw to Eng,

adj. Eng. for gula. Golden; made of gold.

Kula (kū'-la), adj. / kū'-la / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Mod.] Golden; made of gold.

Kula (kū'-la), n. / kū'-la / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. The country in the rear of the sea shore; the open country back from the sea. Lit. The name of the region of a mountain near its base, next below the pahee; it is a region where people may live and houses may be built. It extends to the region called kahakai, or sea shore.

2. Any open uncultivated land.

3. A field for cultivation.

4. Uncultivated land in the neighborhood of a city, i. e., suburbs.

5. A field; a pasture.

6. Upland in distinction from wet or meadow land.

7. Place for landing from deep water; spot where a canoe or a swimmer touches bottom.

8. Place where birds gather in crowds.

9. Name of an ancient god who could overleap fences and mountains, perch on straws and converse with other gods.

10. A basket-like fish trap.

11. [Eng.] A school; a place of instruction: ua kukulu ia keia kula i wahi e imi ai i ka naauao.

12. [Mod.] Gold.

13. Name in common of ornaments made of gold.

Kula (kū'-la), v. / kū'-la / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be in, or to have perpetual solitude, as to live in uncultivated and uninhabited places: e paa mai ka meha o ka la, e uhi mai ka malu.

2. To teach; to impart instruction.

3. To learn.

Kula (ku'-lă): / ku'-lă / Parker Haw to Eng,

dry upland. Land section, Puna, Hawaii.

Kula Place Names of Hawaiʻi,

Land section, Makuʻu qd., Hawaiʻi. Elementary school, sanatorium, land area, forest reserve, and former district, Kilohana qd., Maui. (For a saying, see Appendix 8.1.) Lit., plain.

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