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1. nvi. Shuddering sensation as on looking down a great height, or hearing a saw filed; dizziness; dizzy; to shudder; to be contracted. Mania ka niho, the teeth are set on edge (as on eating certain green fruits). (PPN mania.)

2. vs. Inactive, drowsy, sleepy. hoʻo.mania To cause sleepiness, drowsiness.

3. Same as mani 1. (PCP mania.)

4. Same as mani 2. Mai lohi ʻolua o mania ka imu, don't be slow or the oven will cool.

5. n. Lump, as on the skin. (Kel. 13.)

Uluāhewa.

Pena paʻa mania. Enamel.

v. To be dull; to be blunt, as a dull instrument; to be heavy; to be smooth.

2. To be sharp; to be smooth cutting; to smooth down what is rough.

3. Hoo. To set on edge, as the teeth by eating acids, or by any tingling noise, as the filling of a saw.

4. To be affected, as the nerves at any sudden or unpleasant noise.

5. To smooth down a rough road. Luk. 3:5.

s. Dizziness; drowsiness; in-clination to sleep.

2. The sensation felt when one flies a saw.

3. A broad smooth place, as a reef un-covered with water.

adj. See LAUPAPA. Smooth; dull, as the blunt smooth edge of a knife.

2. Sleepy; inactive; lazy; weary.

3. Straight; even; smooth, as asurface. See LAUMANIA.

4. Hoo. Set on edge, as the teeth by eating an acid.

5. Having the sensation occasioned by a grating noise, as the filing of a saw, &c.

Mania (mă'-nī'-a), adj.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Inactive; drowsy; sleepy.

2. Smooth; even of surface. See laupapa. Same as laumania.

Mania (mă'-nī'-a), n.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Dizziness; drowsiness; inclination to sleep.

2. The sensation felt when one files a saw.

3. Smoothness.

Mania (mă'-nī'-a), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To be dull; to be blunt, as a dull instrument.

2. To be heavy; to be smooth.

3. To be affected, as the nerves at any sudden or unpleasant noise.

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