There is no general term; the main usages follow:
1. Usually intransitive, a state of being open, as a door. Hāmama; makili, mikili, nakili, hoʻomakili (as a crack); kūnihi; kaʻakaʻa (as eyes); ākea. Also: poale, pōaleale, ulehe, ulehelehe, kauhola, ʻuhola, hoaka, hunāhunā ʻole, ʻōwehewehe, wahalehe, uhalehe, ʻoma. Open to the public (as open house), hoʻohāmama ʻia i ka lehulehu.
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