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1. loc.n., In, inside, within; interior, mainland, inside; internal organs, as tripe, entrails (Gram. 8.6).

  • Examples:
    • I loko, into, inside, on or to the mainland.
    • I ka moe ʻana o loko o ka hale (FS 259), while those in the house slept.
    • Ua lawe nui au no loko aʻe o kēia mau kānāwai, I have taken much from within these laws.
    • Kō loko, those inside.
    • Mea o loko, things inside, contents.
    • ʻO ka inaina i loko o kekahi hana hewa, malice in respect to the commission of any offense.
    • Make na loko, death caused by own relatives, or failure to observe one's taboo gods; literally, inside death.
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2. n., Character, disposition, heart, feelings.

3. n., Pond, lake, pool.

4. n., Mainland of the United States (noted in a chant dated 1860, State Archives).

  • Examples:
    • I loko aku nei au, I've been to the mainland.

5. n., In spite of, regardless.

  • Examples:
    • I loko nō o ka waiwai, hana nō, in spite of wealth, working anyway.

6. n., By means of.

  • Examples:
    • Loaʻa ka ʻāina iā mākou maloko o ka ikaika (For. 4:47), we won the land by force.

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Aia i loko o ka papa. To take a class. Also komo i loko o ka papa, komo i ka papa.

kikino Lake. Dic. See Nāsē, Wīkōlia, ʻAlapaki, Tana.

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