- Ola loa, long life, longevity.
- Ola ʻana, life, existence.
- Mālama ola, financial support, means of livelihood.
- Nā kālā no ke ola o ka nūpepa, money for the support of the newspaper.
- ʻO nā lā apau o kona ola ʻana, all the days of his life.
- Makamaka ola, a live friendship; a friend who extends hospitality and appreciation.
- I ola ʻole nei keiki, this (beloved) child did not survive.
- Ua loaʻa ke kāne a kuʻu hānai, a ua ola nā iwi o ke kahu hānai, my foster child has found a husband, and the foster parent will enjoy peace and comfort in life and the body will be preserved after death; literally, the bones will live, i.e., they will not fall into an enemy's hands.
- Ola ka inoa, the name lives on, said of a child bearing the name of an ancestor.
- Ola ka pōloli, hunger is satisfied.
- Ola ka mōʻī i ke Akua, God save the king.
- E ola au i ke Akua, may God grant me life; so help me God.
- E ola au iā ʻoe, save me, spare my life.
- See Gram. 4.4.
- PPN ola .
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