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nvs., Supply, provisions, gear, fixtures, plenty; wealth; well-supplied, well-furnished, well-equipped; rich, prosperous.

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n., Sugar-cane leaf (same as lāʻō, contraction of lau kō).

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1. v., To possess what is necessary for any purpose; to be supplied with requisite means of doing a thing; to be supplied with; to have a sufficiency; eia na kanaka i lako i kela mau mea; to be fitted out or furnished with what is requisite for use or ornament, as the works of nature; ua lakoia ka honua nei i ka mauna, i ka awaawa, i ka pohaku, &c.

2. Hoo. To provide a supply for the needy. Hal. 146:9. To supply a competency for a living. 1 Tim. 5:8. Aole ke alii i ike i na mea i hoolakoia nei, the king did not know what things were provided here.

3. To be endowed; to be furnished; to be supplied. Kanl. 28:11.

4. To supply what is wanting.

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s., A supply; a fullness; a sufficiency.

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adj., Rich; prosperous; completely furnished with every necessary convenience.

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s., For lauko. The leaf of the sugar-cane.

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adj., Rich; prosperous; completely furnished with every necessary convenience.

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n., A supply; a fullness; a sufficiency.

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n., [For lauko.] The leaf of the sugar-cane.

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v., To be possessed of what is necessary for any purpose; to be supplied with requisite means of doing a thing; to be supplied with; to have a sufficiency; eia na kanaka i lako i kela mau mea; to be fitted out or furnished with what is requisite for use or ornament, as the works of nature; ua lako ka honua nei i na mauna, i na awawa, i ka pohaku, etc. Hoolako is the transitive form.

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