Wehewehe Wikiwiki Hawaiian language dictionaries

1. Exist. Ola.

  • Examples:
    • The name lives on, ola ka inoa.
    • Live idly, ōpū.
    • Live in comfort, luana.
    • Live off others, pili wale.
    • Living as a dependent, nohona hoʻopili wale.
    • Live a happy life, noho hauʻoli; lele pono (fig.).

2. Dwell. Noho.

  • Examples:
    • Live alone, noho hoʻokahi.
    • To live together, noho pū, pili paʻa.
    • To live with a man, noho kāne.
    • To live with a woman, noho wahine.
    • To live cautiously, akahele ka noho ʻana, akanoho.
    • To live permanently, noho paʻa.
    • To live by the sea, noho kai.
    • To live inland, noho uka.
    • Let us live together, hoʻokahi kō kāua noho pū ʻana.

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