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nvs., Life, health, well-being, living, livelihood, means of support, salvation; alive, living; curable, spared, recovered; healed; to live; to spare, save, heal, grant life, survive, thrive.

  • Examples:
    • 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.
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Nā LepiliTags: health

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1. s., A recovery from sickness; a state of health after sickness; an escape from any danger or threatened calamity.

2. A living, that is, the means of life, food; e pii ana au i ke ola, I am going up (the hill) for life, i. e., to procure food.

3. Life; the period of one's life; living; while one lives.

4. Life; salvation; deliverance from spiritual death. NOTE.—This last (4) definition is a modern one introduced with the Christian system, and is often used in the Hawaiian Bible along with definitions 1st, 2d and 3d.

Nā LepiliTags: health religion

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1. v., To be saved from danger; to live after being in danger of death; to recover from sickness; to get well; i mai la o Kamehameha, ina e ola keia mai ana o'u; to enjoy an escape from any evil.

2. To live upon, or by means of a thing without which one would die; ola no hoi na iwi, proverbial expression: poverty (bones) shall be supplied, prosperity shall flourish. Laieik. 124. See IwI 7.

3. Hoola. To cause to live, i. e., to save one, or to save alive. Ios. 6:25. To cause to escape, as one in danger; to deliver from. Puk. 14:30. To heal, as a disease.

4. To save, i. e., cause to escape from future misery. See note under the noun for the new modern idea of the word.

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adj., Alive; escaped; living in opposition to dead; o kou alii make no, a me kou alii ola.

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v., The sense from the sound.

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adj., Alive; escaped: alive in opposition to dead: o kou alii make no, a me kou alii ola.

Nā LepiliTags: health

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1. n., A recovery from sickness; a state of health after sickness; an escape from any danger or threatened calamity.

2. n., A living, that is, the means of life, food: E pii ana au i ke ola, I am going up (the hill) for life, that is, to procure food.

3. n., Life; the period of one's life; living; while one lives.

4. n., Life; salvation; deliverance from spiritual death. (This definition is a modern one introduced with the Christian system, and is often used in the Hawaiian Bible.)

Nā LepiliTags: health religion

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n., A nasal sound made in sleep; a gurgling; a bubbling noise, as of running water; snoring.

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1. v., To gurgle; to run with a gurgling noise, as water from a calabash, or a small stream among pebbles; to gargle.

2. v., To snore.

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1. v., To be alive; to be saved from danger; to live after being in danger of death; to recover from sickness; to get well: i mai la o Kamehameha ina e ola keia mai ana on; to enjoy an escape from any evil.

2. v., To live upon, or by means of a thing without which one would die: ola no hoi na iwi. poverty (bones) shall be supplied, prosperity shall flourish. Laieik. p. 124.

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Lane, Kalihi Waena, Honolulu, Oʻahu.

  • Literally, life.
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    • TM.

Nā LepiliTags: Oʻahu

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