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Var. of nakili. Rare.

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v. See MAKILI. To perceive internally; to perceive, as the mind; i ka lua o ko'u noonoo ana, mikili iki mai la ka maka o ka manao maloko o ko'u naau, on my second thought, the eye of my mind within me perceived.

2. To have a little light; to shine, as light through small holes: to be feebly lighted.

Mikili (mī'-kī'-li), v.

Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To perceive internally; to perceive, as the mind: I ka lua o ko'u noonoo ana, mikili iki mai la ka maka o ka manao maloko o ko'u naau, On my second thought, the eye of my mind within me perceived.

2. To have a little light; to shine, as light through small holes; to be feebly lighted. Syn: Makili.

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