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vi., To move, shake, rock, sway, tremble; to quake, as the earth; to vibrate; to march; loose and insecure, as a tooth; revolving, as hips in a hula.

  • Examples:
    • Naue i mua, forward, march.
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v. (The first orthography is preferable.) To shake; to move to and fro.

1. To shake; to move to and fro.

2. To tremble; to vibrate, as the earth in an earthquake. yn: Haalulu.

3. To move away a little; to withdraw from others to a private place; naue aku la ka makaula ma kahi kaawale, a pule aku la.

Place near Hāʻena, Hanalei district, Kauaʻi, famous for pandanus trees. (For a song, see Elbert and Mahoe 80-81.) Lit., to move.

Coastal plain, Hāʻena, Kauaʻi. Shore area around Camp Naue that was famous for its large grove of hala, or pandanus trees. The grove is mentioned in many chants and songs. Lit., to move.

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