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nvs., Safe, saved, rescued; convalescent; to ward off, brush aside, rescue, protect; to recover from illness; defense, savior, safety, security.

  • Examples:
    • E hoʻoikaika mai ʻoe iaʻu ā laila palekana wau (Hal. 119.117), strengthen me, then I am saved.
  • References:

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Ai palekana. Safe sex; to practice safe sex. Ai palekana ʻole. Unprotected sex; to practice unprotected sex. See maʻi lele ai.

v. To rest; to feel secure from danger; to breathe freely, i. e., to feel secure or safe; to be safe, i. e., to have made an escape. Hal. 119:117.

s. One who has escaped from danger or secure from it.

adj. Safe; in a state of safety from danger; escaped from danger; palekana, pau ka makau, pau ka luhi, pau ka hele ana i ka hana.

Palekana (pă'-lĕ-kā'-na), adj.

/ pă'-lĕ-kā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

Safe; in a state from danger; escaped from danger; palekana, pau ka makau, pau ka luhi, pau ka hele ana i ka hana.

Palekana (pă'-lĕ-kā'-na), n.

/ pă'-lĕ-kā'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. One who has escaped from danger or secure from it.

2. Rescue; a being safe.

Palekana (pă'-lĕ-kă'-na), v.

/ pă'-lĕ-kă'-na / Parker Haw to Eng,

To rest satisfied; to feel secure from danger; to breathe freely, that is, to feel safe; to be safe, that is, to have escaped.

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