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1. nvs. To die, perish; defeated, beaten, dead, killed, unfortunate; to faint (cf. make loa, definitely “to die”); death, fainting, danger of death, peril, destruction, misfortune; to kill, beat, execute; deathly, deadly, faint, deceased, extinct, late, obsolete, poisonous, venomous. (Gram. 4.5.) A pre-Christian concept was that make signified entry into the spirit world, and that make loa was the utter annihilation of the spirit, a kind of second death (cf. For. 5:581).

  • Examples:
    • Make anu, to die from the cold, freeze.
    • Make ʻole, deathless, immortal.
    • Kona make, his [own] death.
    • Kāna make, his murder [of someone else].
    • ʻAʻole kona he make maoli, he make na waho, his was not a natural death, [but] a death by outsiders [sorcery].
    • Nā-ʻehu i make aku nei, the late Nā-ʻehu.
    • Makamaka make, unresponsive friend.
    • Lawe i ka wā make, taking at the time of death [a deceased might by his death remove taboos, curses, and sources of family discord: Na_na_ 137–8].
    • Hele i ka make, to pass away in death [common statement in wills].
    • Emi maila ʻo Ka-malama, ā ʻaneʻane nō e make i nā wahi koa (FS 85), Ka-malama fell behind and was almost killed by the warriors.
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2. nvs. Desire, want; to want.

  • After ʻaʻole, make expresses a weak command, as “you better not.”
    • ʻI mai nei ke aliʻi, ʻaʻole make kaha ka ʻōpū o ka puaʻa (FS 205), the chief said, better not cut open the pig's stomach.
    • ʻAʻole make hana, better not do it.
  • Examples:
    • Mai make hele ʻoe! Don't get the notion of going.
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3. n. Price, barter, exchange.

  • Examples:
    • ʻEhia hua moa make ka hapalua, how many eggs for fifty cents?
    • Ā make na ʻIwa, na ke keiki ʻaihue a Kukui, ʻo ka waiwai o kuʻu waʻa (FS 21), the reward for ʻIwa, Kukui's thieving son, is the value of my canoe.
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Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

n., Masthead.

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    • English.

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

Hana; — known, hōʻike, hoʻolaha; — fast, hoʻopaʻa, hoʻomau, hele, hekau; — up, invent, hakuwale; — off with, lawe, mio; — faces, haikaika; — sturdy, hoʻoikaika, hoʻopaʻa, hāluapou; — ready, hoʻomākaukau. See build, compel, earn. Make love, see love. Make merry, see merry.

See lāʻau make. Pūnuku ea make. Gas mask, as used during World War II.

make

hamanitransitive verb Māmaka Kaiao Eng to Haw,

To make, as a test. Haku.

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Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

v. To die; to perish; to be killed; to suffer, as a calamity.

2. Hoo. To put to death; to deaden; to cause to die; to be slain. Ezek. 11:6. To mortify; to kill. Oihk. 20:4.

v. To desire; to wish for; to wish; e manao nui, to think much upon; to desire often; to love.

v. Used impersonally. To need; to have necessity; it is necessary; generally a negative; aole make kukui, there is no need of a lamp.

2. To be proper; to be fit; to be right; aole make hookuke ia Kalaiwahi, it is not proper to banish Kalaiwahi.

3. To be; to exist; to be present; aole make hau maluna iho ou, let there be no dew upon thee.

4. To permit; to allow; aole make au e haule i ka lima o kanaka, let me not fall into the hands of men. 1 Oihl. 21:13. Aole make hakaka kaua kekahi i kekahi. let us two not contend, one with the other. NOTE. In all the examples the meaning of make seems to be, to wish or will, and it may be the obsolete root of makemake.

is also used impersonally in the sense, it is agreed, it is a bargain, &c.; ehia huamoa make ka hapawalu? how many hen's eggs will buy (will pay for, will be equal to) a rial? Hookahi puu wahie make ka pahu aila, one pile of wood paid for a cask of oil. Make hewa, a bad bargain; no profit; in vain, &c.

s. Death; the dissolution of soul and body; the state of being dead; as an agent it triumphs over the bodies of men. Rom. 6:9. Na make wahahee. Ier. 2:14.

adj. Dead; hurt; injured; wounded.

adv. E hina make, to fall dead; i hina make ai, he fell down dead.

2. Even; nor; besides; neither.

e hana.

Make (mă'-ke), adj.

/ mă'-ke / Parker Haw to Eng,

Dead; hurt; injured; wounded; deadly: he hina make, a deadly fall.

Make (mă'-ke), adv.

/ mă'-ke / Parker Haw to Eng,

Deadly.

Make (mă'-ke), n.

/ mă'-ke / Parker Haw to Eng,

Death; the dissolution of soul and body; the state of being dead.

Make (mā'-ke), v.

/ mā'-ke / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. [Make, death.] To die: to perish; to be killed.

2. To suffer, as a calamity.

3. [Primitive form of makemake.] To desire: generally preceded by the adverb aole; to need; to lack: aole make kukui. no need of a lamp; aole make wai, no need of water, no thirst.

4. (Used in barter.) (a) To be exchanged; to be bought or sold in exchange, as in traffic by barter, (b) Also used impersonally in the sense, it is agreed, it is a bargain, etc.; ehia huamoa make ka hapawalu? How many hen's eggs will buy (will pay for, will be equal to) a real (or shilling)? Hookahi puu wahie make ka pahu aila. One pile of wood paid for a cask of oil. Make hewa, a bad bargain; no profit; in vain, etc.

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