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vi. To slip and fall, stumble; smooth, slippery, slick. hoʻo.palaha To cause to fall, trip, push over; to fall.

v. Pa and laha, to spread out. To slip; to slide. Sol. 3:23. To stumble and fall down by hitting the foot against an object.

2. To fall flat down, as a house or tent. Lunk. 7:13.

3. Hoo. To fall prostrate in adoration.

4. To stretch out upon; to lie flat upon. 1 Nal. 17:21.

5. To be spread or wafted off, as a shower over land; palaha aku ka ua ma ka aina.

6. To conceive, as a female; to become large.

adj. Smooth and flat, as the back of the shell-fish called leho; akahi noa loa ka olu, palaha, pauhu, maka ino.

Palaha (pā'-lā'-ha), adj.

/ pā'-lā'-ha / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Smooth, and slippery, as the back of the shellfish called leho. Syn: Mania.

Palaha (pă-lă'-ha), v.

/ pă-lă'-ha / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Pa and laha, to spread out.]

1. To slip; to slide. To stumble and fall down by hitting the foot against an object.

2. To fall flat down, as a house or tent.

3. To fall prostrate.

Palaha (pā'-lā'-ha), v.

/ pā'-lā'-ha / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To flatten; to lay flat; to prostrate; to level.

2. To become large or broad.

3. To stretch out upon; to lie flat upon. 1 Nal. 17:21.

4. To be spread or wafted, as a shower over land: palaha aku ka ua ma ka aina.

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