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v. Mau, to continue, and hala, offense. To keep up a grudge against one; to remember his offense. Hoo. To be offended with one; to have a supposed cause of enmity; to lay up or remember the offense of one. 2 Sam. 19:19. To bear a grudge. Oihk. 19:18. To reserve anger. Isa. 3:5.

s. Hoo. Envy; revenge; malice. 1 Kor. 5:8. Ka manao ino; a bad feeling towards one.

mauhala

/ mā'u-hā'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

n., Ill will for an alleged deed; used only with the prefix hoc. See hoomauhala.

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Mauhala (mā'u-hā'-la), v.

/ mā'u-hā'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be revengeful. Hoomauhala is the transitive form.

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