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noho Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. n. Seat, chair, stool, bench, pew, saddle. Noho kula, golden throne.

2. vt. To live, reside, inhabit, occupy (as land), dwell, stay, tarry, marry, sit, be in session; to be, act as; to rule or reign (usually but not always followed by a qualifier, as noho moku, to rule a district). Noho ʻia, inhabited. Noho malihini, to sojourn. Ua noho ka ʻaha, the court is in session. Noho me ka hauʻoli, to be happy. Noho mālie, to keep quiet, remain still. Noho like, to live in unity, with equal rights. Noho ʻoluʻolu, to live comfortably. ʻO ʻOlopana ke aliʻi o ia wā e noho ana ma Oʻahu nei (FS 197), ʻOlopana was the chief of this time ruling here on Oʻahu. hoʻo.noho To take up residence; to install, establish, provide, seat, locate, arrange, pack, regulate, convey, carry, appoint; to place in authority; to set, as type. Hoʻonoho kahu, installation of a pastor. Hoʻonoho i ka pākaukau, to set a table. Hoʻonoho kēpau, to set type. Hoʻonoho iwi, to set bones; a bone setter. Hoʻonoho ʻalu, cf. ʻalu. Mīkini hoʻonoho hua paʻi palapala, linotype machine. He kānāwai e hoʻonoho ana i aupuni, an act to provide a government. (PPN nofo.)

3. nvt. Possession of a medium by a spirit or god; possessed; to possess. Akua noho, god that posseses. Ua noho ʻo Pele i luna o ʻAne, Pele possessed Annie. hoʻo.noho To summon a spirit to possess. (PPN nofo.)

4. vs. A strong negative following mai. Mai noho ʻoe ā kolohe i kaʻu mea hana, don't you dare disturb my work.

noho Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

Ikehu noho. Potential energy. Luna noho. Incumbent, i.e. the holder of a political office.

noho Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

hehele Retention, especially as referring to students remaining in a school or program. He nui nō ka pākēneka o ka noho ʻana o nā haumāna ma kēlā kula. The student retention rate at that school is high. Dic., ext. mng. See painoho.

NO-HO Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. A seat; a bench; a stool; a chair; a place of staying or living.

2. Noho lio, a saddle; noho kapakahi, a side-saddle.

NO-HO Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To sit; to dwell; to tarry in a place.

2. To be in a certain condition or to exhibit a certain character; e noho malie, to live quietly, or to hold one’s peace; e noho pio, to be in bondage; e noho like, to be at peace, as between two people. Lunk. 4:17. I. e., to have equal privileges. Noho in some positions seems almost to carry the idea of existence; ua noho oluolu oia, he lived comfortably.

3. Hoo. To cause one to sit, i. e., to dwell, or live or stay at any place.

4. To establish or appoint any one in a place or in any business. Kin. 47:6.

5. To appoint any one to a particular office. Puk. 7:1.

6. To bring one forth, i. e., to produce one before a court for trial.

7. To set forth a declaration of some facts in history. Oih. 1:1.

8. E hoonoho kepau, to set types; i ke ai hoonohoia e ka unu loa.

9. To lay a foundation, as of a building. NOTE.—Noho is often used merely to strengthen or intensify the idea; often with a or e imperative; e noho ekemu ole, keep silence, i. e., be silent, where it gives force to ekemu.

NO-HO Andrews Haw to Eng,

is used for various purposes; as, mai noho a, a forbidding negative, do not; e noho nei, here, now, referring to time present or to present place.

NO-HO Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. Hoo. A builder; an architect.

Noho (nō'-ho), adv. / nō'-ho / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A negative: mai noho a, do not.

2. Adverb of place or time: e noho nei, here, now, referring to present time or place.

Noho (nō'-ho), n. / nō'-ho / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A layer; one who lays or places.

2. A builder; an architect. Hoonoho is preferable.

3. A seat; a bench; a stool; a chair; a place of staying or living: Noho lio, a saddle; noho kapakahi, a side-saddle.

Noho (nō'-ho), v. / nō'-ho / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To sit; to dwell; to tarry in a place.

2. To be in a certain condition or to exhibit a certain character; noho malie, to live quietly, or to hold one's peace; noho pio, to be in bondage; noho like, to be at peace, as between two or more people; to have equal privileges. Noho in some positions seems almost to carry the idea of existence: ua noho oluolu oia, he lived comfortably.

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