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Reduplication of oi #1; to squirm.

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oʻioʻi

/ oʻi.oʻi / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

vi., To rest.

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ʻoiʻoi

/ ʻoi.ʻoi / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. Reduplication of ʻoi #2; superior; a superior person. He ʻoiʻoi nō Maui Hikina (FS 299), East Maui is prominent indeed [said of a superior thing, as of feminine beauty]. hō.ʻoi.ʻoi To show off, act superior or aggressive, flaunt; pretentious, obtrusive; upstart. Hōʻoiʻoi ʻole, unobtrusive, modest. Hahaki i ke kānāwai me ka hōʻoiʻoi mai, blatant law breaker. PPN kohikohi.

2. nvi., Full of sharp points, pointed, sharp; thorn; to protrude, stick or jut out. Pā lāʻau ʻoiʻoi (Mika. 7.4), thorn hedge. hō.ʻoi.ʻoi To sharpen, make sharp points. PCP koikoi.

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ʻoʻiʻoʻi

/ ʻoʻi.ʻoʻi / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

Reduplication of ʻoʻi, to limp.

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See papa ʻoiʻoi.

v. To rest from fatigue, particularly the fatigue of walking. Nah. 10:33.

2. To move sideways; to turn the side to one. Puk. 20:15.

3. Hoo. To shoot out the lips, as in scorn.

s. Something sharp; excessive. FIG. A trial.

adj. Sharp; full of sharp points; mea oioi, pricks; sharp things.

2. Forward; presuming.

Oioi (ō'i-ō'i), adj.

/ ō'i-ō'i / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Sharp; full of sharp points: mea oioi, pricks; sharp things.

Oioi (ō'i-ō'i), n.

/ ō'i-ō'i / Haw to Eng, Parker,

The going beyond; outdoing; the getting ahead of.

Oioi (o'i-o'i), v.

/ o'i-o'i / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To project upward, as a mountain peak: Oioi ae ana o Puuonioni e oni ae ana e like me Maunakea.

2. To appear above water: Oioi ke kuala o ka mano i ka ili kai; the shark's fin appears above the surface of the sea.

Oioi (o'i-o'i), v.

/ o'i-o'i / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To rest from fatigue; particularly the fatigue of walking.

2. To move sidewise; to turn the side to one.

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