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vi. To crack, appear through a crack, show come to light; to come off, as shingles; cracked, split open. He lā makili loa ka uka (For. 6:299), a sun just peering forth in the uplands. Ua makili mai ka mālamalama ma ka hakahaka o ka puka, the light shows through the open space of the door. hoʻo.makili To open a crack; to crack. Hoʻomakili ka papa, the board is cracked.

nvs. A drop; to drop, as water. Cf. kilihau, kilihune, Hal. 37.25. He wahi mākili hou, a drop of perspiration. Mākili ʻai, to eat just a little. Mākili liʻiliʻi ka wai (Kep. 165), add a little water [as in mixing poi].

v. See MIKILI. To open, as the mind; to be conscious of some internal feeling or desire.

2. Hoo. To open the mind to receive as well as understand important truths; e hoomakili ae kakou ika maka o ko kakou naau.

Makili (mā'-kī'-li), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

To open a little, as the mind; to be conscious of some internal feeling or desire, Syn: Mikili.

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