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moekolohe

/ moe.kolohe / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

n.v., Adultery; to commit adultery, fornicate; adulterous.

  • Literally, illegal mating.
  • Examples:
    • Naʻau moekolohe (Ezek. 6.9), whorish heart.

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v. Moe, to sleep, and kolohe, mischief. To have unlawful intercourse between the sexes.

2. To commit adultery or fornication.

3. To sleep at an improper place or time.

4. Hoo. To cause to commit lewdness. 2 Oihl. 21:11.

5. FIG. To practice idolatry, as Jehovah claimed to be the husband and protector of his people as well as their Maker and God, the worship of all other gods was considered as adultery. i.e., a breach of covenant with him. Ezek. 16:8, 15.

6. To defile; to pollute.

s. The unlawful intercourse of the sexes, adultery, fornication, &c.; generally connected with many other vices. Rom. 1:29.

adj. Adulterous; lustful; morally impure. Nah. 15:39.

Moekolohe (mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he), adj.

/ mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Adulterous; lustful; morally impure.

Moekolohe (mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he), n.

/ mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Adultery, fornication, etc.

Moekolohe (mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he), v.

/ mō'-ĕ-kŏ-lō'-he / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Moe, to sleep, and kolohe, mischief.]

1. To commit adultery or fornication.

2. To sleep at an improper place or time.

3. To cause to commit fornication.

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