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1. n. Dregs, crumbs, sediment, hulls, grounds, small bits or pieces. Also ʻāoka.

2. Var. of kumuoka, net.

n.

1. Oak. Eng.

2. Also ota Oats. Eng.

3. See ʻoka kilika.

ʻōkā

/ ʻō.kā / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. vs., Overcome by emotion, as fear; speechless with emotion. Figuratively, destroyed (rare).

2. vt., To set a decoy. Rare

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See palapala ʻoka, palapala ʻoka kūʻai, pepa papa ʻoka, pila ʻoka kālā, ʻoka pākahikahi.

hamani To order, as in purchasing an item. E ʻoka ana ʻoe i ka saleta? Are you going to order the salad? Eng. See palapala ʻoka, palapala ʻoka kūʻai, pepa papa ʻoka, pila ʻoka kālā, ʻoka pākahikahi.

v. To set a decoy; to ensnare; to place a bird in such a position as to catch or tempt another.

v. To move the lips, as in speaking, but without sound; e oka wale ana no ka waha, the mouth only was moving.

2. To blow the nose.

v. To be small; few in number or quantity; aohe oka mai o ka bipi, there were not a few of cattle. See OKANA.

s. Dregs; crumbs; small pieces of things, as saw-dust, filings, &c.; oka palaoa, chaff. Hal. 83:13. The refuse or worthless part of a thing, Isa. 1:25.

2. An offensive smell; he pilopilo, he , wai no loko o ka oka awa; he wai oka no ke kukui.

s. A top made of a small gourd.

s. Eng. An oak tree or wood. Kin. 12:6. Laau oka, an oak grove or tree.

adj. Small; fine; little; kaula oka, a rope made of any fine substance, as tow or pulu. Lunk. 16:9.

Oka (ō'-kă), adj.

/ ō'-kă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Small; fine; powdery; crumbly.

Oka (ō'-kă), n.

/ ō'-kă / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Dregs; erumbs; small pieces of things as sawdust, filings; the refuse or worthless part of a thing: oka palaoa, chaff.

2. [Eng.] An oak tree or wood: laau oka, an oak grove or tree.

Oka (o-kā'), v.

/ o-kā' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To set a decoy; to ensnare; to place a bird in such a position as to catch or tempt another.

2. To move the lips, as in speaking, but without sound: E oka wale ana no ka waha, the mouth only was moving. Descriptive of one so overcome by emotion as not to be able to speak.

3. Same as okaoka, to be destroyed.

Oka (ō-kā'), v.

/ ō-kā' / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Same as okaa, to spin.

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