1. n., Lei, garland, wreath; necklace of flowers, leaves, shells, ivory, feathers, or paper, given as a symbol of affection; beads; any ornament worn around the head or about the neck; to wear a lei; special song presenting a lei; crown; ring around a drake's neck; yoke, as for joining draft animals, especially oxen. Figuratively, a beloved child, wife, husband, sweetheart, younger sibling or child, so called because a beloved child was carried on the shoulders, with its legs draped down on both sides of the bearer like a lei.
- Kāna lei, his lei (to give away or sell).
- Kona lei, his lei (to wear).
- Leilani (name), royal child, heavenly lei.
- ʻUhene ahahana kaʻu lei naʻu ia (song), oh joy, oh boy, she's my darling.
- Cf. lei palaoa.
- PPN lei.
- Nah. 10.11.
- PNP lei.
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