- Mai hana wale aku ʻoe iā Keʻoi, he niho, don't act indiscriminately toward Keʻoi, he has teeth! [He is dangerous, as in sorcery.]
- Nā niho o kāna pale kaua (Ioba 15.26), the bosses of his bucklers.
- Puka ka niho o Laʻakea, Laʻakea is getting his teeth.
- Hoʻonoho niho ʻia, the stones are set [as in a fence].
- See niho-manō.
- PPN nifo.
2. n., Tapa or mat patterns, always followed by qualifiers; see below.
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