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1. To handle, feel of, fondle, caress, as a beloved child; fondled, beloved. Ka iʻa mili i ka lima, the fish [ʻoʻopu] fondled in the hand [easily caught]. (PPN mili.)

2. Slow, inefficient in work. Cf. mili ʻapa, milimili. Nui ka mili o kāna hana, his work is very slow.

mili-

pākuʻina kaumuaprefix Haw to Eng, Māmaka Kaiao,

Milli-, i.e. a prefix meaning one thousandth.

Nā LepiliTags: grammar math

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v. To feel of; to handle.

2. To take up and carry; to bear in one's arms.

3. To look at; to examine; to look at carefully or critically.

s. A handling; a carrying; a taking up; examining.

adj. Sullen; sluggish.

Mili (mī'-li), adj.

/ mī'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Mili, to handle.] Inefficient; indisposed to do or perform actively; perfunctory in discharging duties.

Mili (mī'-li), n.

/ mī'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A handling; a carrying; a taking up; examining.

Mili (mī'-li), v.

/ mī'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Contraction of milimili.]

1. To feel of; to handle.

2. To take up and carry; to bear in one's arms.

3. To look at; to examine; to look at carefully or critically.

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