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1. Pas/imp. of manu #2.

2. Same as mana kūkulu hema, a taro.

3. n., Manure; any kind of fertilizer.

  • Eng.

Nā LepiliTags: flora kalo

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1. nvt. Wounded, bruised; to wound. Manuā wale mai ana nō iaʻu kō aloha, your love keeps wounding me.

2. n. Man-of-war, warship, battleship. Eng.

vs. Piled, accumulated. Hele ā manuʻa ā ʻeha, nui nā pilikia (hymn), accumulated pains, much trouble.

s. The Hawaiian pronunciation for the English phrase man-of-war, i. e., ship-of-war.

Manua (mā'-nuă):

/ mā'-nuă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

at the trodden road. Land section, Oahu.

Heiau that once stood on what are now the Queen's Hospital grounds, Honolulu. This name is perhaps cognate with Manu'a in American Samoa. (Appendix 9.)

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