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1. nvs., Warmth, heat; warm.

2. n., Rest.

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3. Same as mahina, plantation.

4. n., A class of chiefs.

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1. nvs., Twins; double; having two branches or forks.

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    • Māhana lua nā kukui (UL 130), the torch lights are double [said of one drunk as with kava].
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2. (Cap.) n., Castor or Pollux.

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ʻaʻano, Temperature, when weather considered warm. Literally, warm.

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v. Ma and hana, work; exercise. To be or become warm, as the rising sun. Puk. 16:21.

2. To warm, as one person in contact with another. 1 Nal. 1:1, 2.

3. Hoo. To warm, i.e., to make warm by the fire or by exercise. See MEHANA.

s. A small degree of heat; warmth.

adj. Warm, as by the influence of the sun. Neh. 7:3. Warm; not yet cooled, as newly baked bread. 1 Sam. 21:6.

s. For mana, a branching out, ha inserted. Any substance branching out; anything double; having two branches; hence,

2. A pair of twins; mau mahoe; two things connected; na mea elua, a pair of things.

adj. Double; mates; branching out.

Mahana (mă'-hā'-na), adj.

/ mă'-hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Warm, as by the influence of the sun.

2. Warm; not yet cooled, as newly baked food.

Mahana (mă'-hā'-na), adj.

/ mă'-hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

Double; branchy.

Mahana (mă'-hā'-na), n.

/ mă'-hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

A degree of heat; warmth.

Mahana (mā'-hā'-na), n.

/ mā'-hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. Any substance branching out; anything double; having two branches; hence,

2. A pair of twins; mau mahoe; two things connected; na mea elua, a pair of things. Syn: Mahoe.

Mahana (mā'-hā'-na), v.

/ mā'-hā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To be or become warm, as the rising sun.

2. To be warm, as in the contact of one body with another.

Mahana (mā-hā'nă):

/ mā-hā'nă / Parker Haw to Eng,

warm. Land section, Lanai.

  • Hill (1,800 feet high), Honolua qd., Maui.
  • Locality, Airport qd., Molokaʻi. The Molokaʻi Ranch, which in 1908 had 17,000 sheep, had a shearing shed here. The ranch stopped raising sheep in the 1920s.

* Pronunciation and meaning are uncertain.

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Beach, Kahuku, Hawaiʻi. Green sand beach at the base of Puʻu o Mahana, a littoral cone formed during an ancient eruption of Mauna Loa. Also known as Green Sand Beach. Lit., warmth.

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