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1. n. Park. Eng.

2. vt. To park, as a car. Eng.

1. Variant of pākaʻa #1. ʻIʻo pākā, lean meat.

2. vt., To cut in long slices, to hack, as pig or fish for salting; to cut back, as a plant.

3. vt., To scramble, as eggs. Hua pākā, scrambled eggs, omelet.

4. vi., To surf, as with canoe, board, or body; to skim, as a surfing canoe; to skip stones.

5. n., Sinker on a fish line for deep-sea fishing. (For. 4:293).

6. vt., To fish with hook and line but no pole, as ulua. Also kākā.

7. Variant of pākākā #1.

8. vs., Wrinkled. Rare Cf. pākāeaea, pakalua.

9. Same as hoka, to strain. Rare

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1. vt. To remove the dregs, such as fibers, from herbs used for medicine; to strain.

2. vt. To criticize constructively, as chanting; to look for flaws in order to perfect; to teach, correct.

3. n. Raindrops, patter of rain, especially of big drops. ʻO ka ua paka kahi, paka lua, pakapaka ua, paka ua, kūlokuloku (chant for Kua-kini), the rain falling in single drops, in double drops, the many drops, raindrops, rain in streams. Hana ka uluna i ka paka o ka ua, work the pillow during the dropping of rain [i.e., might as well rest when it's raining]. (PCP pata).

4. Same as kākala, cartilage.

5. n. Kaʻū name for ʻōpakapaka, a fish.

6. n. Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum), a hairy annual herb from tropical America, which may grow nearly 2 m high, introduced to Hawaiʻi in about 1812. It was tried out unsuccessfully from 1908 to 1929 as a possible industry. Plants are now growing both wild and cultivated. (Neal 752). Wild tobacco (Nicotiana glauca). (Neal 751).

7. n. Butter (usually follows waiū). Eng.

8. Also bata n. Curds. (Kin. 18.8, KJV). Eng.

9. n. Bugger. Eng.

hamani, To dunk (the ball), in basketball.

  • Onomatopoeia
  • Examples:
    • Ua kaʻa ke eo o ka hoʻokūkū pakā iā Spud Web. Spud Web took the slam dunk contest.
  • References:

Nā LepiliTags: sports onomatopoeia

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See entries below. ʻOihana o nā Pāka a me nā Hana Hoʻonanea. Department of Parks and Recreation.

ʻaʻano Lean, as meat. Dic. Pākā loa. Extra lean.

hamani To skin, as a pig or sheep. Niʻihau. Pākā hapahā. To quarter, as an animal.

s. Any small round substance, as the head of a pin; a knot at the end of a rope.

2. The sharp projections on the sides of the tail of certain fish, as the kala, the palani and the manini.

3. A flat calabash, so called because large and flat.

4. A stone used by fishermen.

5. Paka is sometimes written for baka, tobacco.

adv. Clearly; plainly; intelligibly; evidently. SYN. with lea, pono and maopopo. Ua oki paka, haalele i na mea ino a pau.

adj. Lean, as flesh; destitute of fat.

2. Ready; prepared; furnished.

3. Old; aged.

v. To make war; to fight; to strike, as large drops of rain upon dry leaves, making a noise.

2. To cut; to pare; to peel off.

3. To fend off or turn aside, as the stern does a canoe to avoid a wave which threatens to fill it.

4. To shoot or slide a canoe or surf-board on a wave.

5. To prepare before hand for any business or any event.

1. Lean, as flesh; destitute of fat.

2. Old; aged.

Clearly; plainly; intelligibly; evidently. Syn: Lea, pono, maopopo: Ua oki paka, haalele i na mea ino a pau.

1. The sharp projections on the sides of the tail of certain fish, as the kala, the palani and the manini.

2. Tobacco.

1. A round flat calabash.

2. Stone used by fishermen as a sinker.

1. To cut at random; to cut in long slits.

2. To ride the surf with a canoe.

3. To turn, shoot or slide, as a surfboard or canoe.

To call; to proclaim; to herald.

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