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1. vs., To loosen, undo, untie, open a little, liberate or set at liberty; to remit, as a debt; to forgive; to free of defilement or uncleanness; to open or unfold, as a flower.

  • Examples:
    • Ua makala nā pua i ka ua, the rain unfolded the flowers.
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2. n., A trail.

  • References:
    • Malo 92.

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Short for makaʻala. Rare.

1. n., Myrtle.

  • Source:
    • English.

2. n., Marshal.

  • Source:
    • English.

(Cap.) n., Marshall (Islands).

  • Source:
    • English

Nā LepiliTags: names geography

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kikino Muscle. Niʻihau (Eng.). See entries below. ʻŌnaehana mākala. Muscular system, in biology.

iʻoa Marshall Islands; Marshallese. Dic. Also Mākala ʻAilana, ka pae moku ʻo Mākala.

v. Ma and kala, to loosen. To open what is closed; to separate a little.

2. To draw out; to extract.

3. To open a little, as a door; to open, as a book that has clasps on it.

4. To untie; to loosen; to set at liberty.

5. To remit, as a debt; to forgive, as an offense; e makala mai i kuu hala, forgive my offense. See KALA.

s. A loosening; an opening; a separating.

v. A contraction for maka-ala, to be awake. To watch; to take heed; to beware; to be vigilant.

Makala (mă'-kă'-la), n.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

A loosening; an opening; a separating.

Makala (mă'-kă'-la), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. [Ma and kala, to loosen.] To open what is closed; to separate a little.

2. To draw out; to extract; to unravel.

3. To open a little, as a door; to open, as a hook that has clasps on it.

4. To untie; to loosen; to set at liberty.

5. To remit, as a debt; to forgive, as an offense: e makala mai i kuu hala, forgive my offense.

6. [Contraction of makaala, to awake.] To watch; to take heed; to beware; to be vigilant.

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