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v. To be silent; to be still where had been life and activity.

2. Hoo. To make silent; to cause to be still, as an assembly; to cause one to say nothing. Oih. 21:40.

3. Used imperatively, hush; silence; no noise.

4. To cause silence by desolation. Mat. 24:15. Hence, to make desolate, as a house, city or country by destroying the people. Oihk. 26:31. Oia ka mea e neoneo ai ka aina i kanaka ole, that is what renders a land desolate without people.

5. To cause to be empty or desolate. Isa. 24:1.

adj. Desolate; empty, as a house or city without inhabitants; solitary, as a path through a wilderness. Kanl. 32:10.

s. Hoo. Desolation; ruin. Ier. 25:18. An empty space.Iob. 26:7.

Neoneo (nē'-ŏ-nē'-o), adj.

/ nē'-ŏ-nē'-o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Desolate: solitary.

Neoneo (nē'-ŏ-nē'-o), n.

/ nē'-ŏ-nē'-o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Desolation: ruin.

Neoneo (nē'-ŏ-nē'-o), v.

/ nē'-ŏ-nē'-o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be destitute of all signs of natural life, as a waste.

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