Wehewehe Wikiwiki Hawaiian language dictionaries

ʻaʻano Irregular, as in shape; amorphous, i.e. having no regular crystalline form. Dic., ext. mng. Cf. analahi. Kinona laukua. Irregular shape. ʻAkano laukua. Amorphous substance.

kikino Dorsal, in biology. Comb. lau + kua. Cf. laualo, lauhope, laumua. Kualā laukua. Dorsal fin, of a fish.

v To gather together and lay up the good and the bad, or to use what is one’s own by right along with what is another’s, as by theft or extortion; he laukua wale no ko makou.

adj Things put together irregularly or in confusion; applied also to words in a speech; he olelo laukua, he olelo hoohihia.

s Things scraped or gathered irregularly together; aia ke aloha o ka laukua e laukua wale ai; also, the name of a fish-pond where are many sorts of fish.

s Applied to a person who works industriously at many kinds of work and prospers.

Laukua (lă'u-kū'-a), adj.

/ lă'u-kū'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Composed of things put together irregularly or in confusion; applied also to words in a speech; he olelo laukua, he olelo hoohihia.

Laukua (lă'u-kū'-a), n.

/ lă'u-kū'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Things scraped or gathered irregularly together; aia ke aloha o ka laukua e laukua wale ai.

2. General name of fish ponds where many sorts of fish are kept.

3. A person who works at many kinds of work.

Laukua (lă'u-kū'-a), v.

/ lă'u-kū'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To gather together and lay up the good and the bad, or to use what is one's own by right along with what is another's, as by theft or extortion; he laukua wale no ko makou. Syn: Hapuku, to scrape together.

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