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1. n., Time, turn, season, date, chronology, period of time.

  • Examples:
    • No ka manawa, for the time being, for a short time or while, temporary.
    • Ia manawa, ia manawa nō, at this time, then, contemporary.
    • Nā manawa āpau loa, always, all the time.
    • I ka manawa hea, when.
    • ʻElua manawa, twice, two times.
    • No ka manawa pōkole, for a short time or while, for awhile.
    • Mai kēia manawa aku, henceforth, from now on.
    • Manawa iki, a moment.
    • Manawa mau loa, eternal; eternity.
    • Manawa ʻole, in no time, instantly, immediately.
    • Manawa ua, rainy season.
    • Hoʻopaumanawa, to waste time.
    • I kēlā manawa i kēia manawa, now and then, from time to time.
    • ʻO kou manawa kēia, this is your turn.
    • I ka manawa o Ka-mehameha, in the time of Ka-mehameha.
    • Nā bona no ka manawa, term bonds.
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2. vs., For a short time, infrequent.

  • Examples:
    • Kū manawa ka moku, the ship stops infrequently.

3. n., Affections, feelings, disposition, heart, seat of emotions.

4. n., Anterior fontanel in the heads of infants; top of the head of adults at position of the fontanel.

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kikino, Time.

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1. s., Feelings; affections; sympathy. Kin. 43:30.

2. A spirit; an apparition.

3. The anterior and posterior fontanet in the heads of young children; the soft place in the heads of infants. Anat. 9.

4. A time; a season; a space between two events; a space of place between two material objects, between two localities, &c.; he manawa ole, instantly; immediately. Laieik. 102. See WA.

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manawa

/ mă'-nă'-wă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. n., Feelings; affections; sympathy.

2. n., Disposition.

3. n., A spirit; an apparition.

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manawa

/ mă'-nā'-wă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. n., The anterior and posterior fontanel in the heads of young children; the soft place in the heads of infants.

2. n., A time; a season; a space between two events; a space between two material objects, between two localities, etc.; he manawa ole, instantly; immediately. (Laieik. p. 102.) See wa.

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