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1. n., Knee.

  • References:
    • PPN turi.

2. nvs., Deafness, deaf person, noise, racket; deaf, noisy, loud.

  • Examples:
    • Hana kuli, noise, hubbub, cacophony; noisy.
    • Poʻe kuli ā ʻāʻā, deaf-mutes.
    • Kuli ʻokoʻa, stone deaf.
    • Mai hana kuli, be quiet [politer than kulikuli]
  • References:
    • PPN tuli.

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v., To be stunned with noise; to be deafened; not able to hear.

2. Hookuli. To turn a deaf ear; to refuse to hear.

3. To be disobedient; to be stubborn in disobedience.

4. To be silent.

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v., To give or pay something as a reward for adultery or fornication.

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s., A reward given to a female for adultery or fornication.

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s., Deafness; inattention to duty.

2. A deaf person. Puk. 4:11. One unable from deafness to join in conversation.

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adj., Deaf. Isa. 35:5. Ka pono kuli. Hal. 58:1.

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s., The knee. Isa. 35:3. See kukuli.

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1. adj., Deaf.

2. adj., Deaf and dumb.

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n., A bribe to secure silence.

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1. v., To be stunned with noise; to be deafened; not able to hear.

2. v., To be silent; be quiet.

3. v., To give or pay something as a reward for keeping a thing secret. Same as kipe, to bribe. See hookuli.

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