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1. n. Mat. Cf. moe, to lie down. (PPN moenga.)

2. n. Couch, bed.

3. n. Resting place, position of anything lying down; place for setting (hoʻomoe) a fish net. Na ka lawaiʻa e kuhikuhi i ka moena e hoʻomoe ai i ka ʻupena, the fisherman points out the place to set the net.

4. Same as moe 6. Moena i mua, to forge ahead.

kikino Rug, as for a living room or any large room. Dic., ext. mng. Also hāliʻi papahele. See pale papahele. Moena weleweka. Carpet.

s., Contraction of moe and ana, a lying down. See moana. A mat; a matress; a conch; a pillow; the common application is to mats of different kinds as Hawaiians use them in their houses.

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n., [Contraction of moe and ana, a lying down.] A mat; a mattress; a couch; a pillow; the common application is to mats of different kinds used by Hawaiians in their houses.

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