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vs. Slippery, smooth; to slip, slide. He pakika, he paheʻe i ke ala (song), slipping, sliding on the road. hoʻo.pakika To make smooth, as by polishing; to make slippery, as by greasing; to cause to slip and slide.

hehele To skid, as a car; to slip, as on a wet sidewalk. Dic.

v. To slip; to slide in walking, as one walking on a slippery place.

s. Name of an insect that eats potato leaves and destroys them.

2. A bad pronunciation for makika, a musquito; he eleao, he ilo, he mea e make ai ka ulu o ka ai.

adj. Smooth; polished; slippery; smoothed, as a thing polished; e kalai a maikai, anai a pakika; alaila, hoomaka ke kau.

Pakika (pă-kī'-ka), adj.

/ pă-kī'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Smooth; polished; slippery; smoothed, as a thing polished: e kalai a maikai, anai a pakika; alaila, hoomaka ke kau.

Pakika (pă-kī'-ka), v.

/ pă-kī'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To slip; to slide in walking, as one walking on a slippery place.

E huli iā “pakika” ma Ulukau.

Search for “pakika” on Ulukau.

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