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pana Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. nvt. To shoot, as marbles, arrows, bow; bow and arrows; to snap, as with fingers and thumb to punish a child; to flip. Cf. pana ʻiole. Pua pana, arrow. Kāu mau pana (Kin. 27.3), thy weapons. hoʻo.pana Caus/sim. (PPN fana, PEP pana; the meaning ‘bow, arrow’ is noted only in Marquesan pana and Hawaiian; see Green, p. 24.)

2. nvi. Heartbeat, pulse; beat in music; to beat time, pulsate, throb. Nānā i ka pana, to take the pulse. (PCP pana.)

3. nvi. Celebrated, noted, or legendary place; to be such.

4. n. Pan. Eng. Kū pana, stew pan.

5. n. Bung.

pāna, bana Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

n. Band, orchestra. Eng.

pana Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

kikino, Beat, as in music or linguistics; pulse.

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PA-NA Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. To shoot out; to shoot, as an arrow. Hal. 11:2. The whole form is pana pua. Nah. 21:30. To shoot at; i ole e aihueia (na iwi) a hanaia i mea pana iole, that (the bones) might not be stolen and made into instruments for shooting mice. NOTE.—Among Hawaiians formerly, the greatest contempt a person could show of his enemy was, to procure some of his bones after he was dead, and make them into fish-hooks for taking fish or arrow heads for shooting mice.

2. To snap, as a person snaps with his finger on any substance.

3. To spread out; to open.

4. To excite; to raise up; to cast; to throw.

5. To give a name or appellation.

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PA-NA Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. The act of shooting an arrow.

2. The act of the arrow in flying from the bow to the object.

3. A bow to shoot with; a cross bow; kanaka pana pua, an archer. 1 Sam. 31:3. He mau mea pana, hunting instruments. Kin. 27:3.

4. A portion of land less than an aina. See APANA, a piece.

5. The pulse; nawaliwali ka pana, the pulse is feeble.

Pana (pā'-na), n. Parker Haw to Eng,

1. The act of shooting an arrow.

2. Any celebrated place: any distinguished spot.

3. The pulse.

Pana (pā'-na), n. Parker Haw to Eng,

Title or name by which a person, place or thing is known.

Pana (pă'-na), v. Parker Haw to Eng,

The whole form is pana pua.

1. To shoot out; to shoot, as an arrow. To shoot at: i ole e aihueia (na iwi) a hanaia i mea pana iole. that (the bones) might not be stolen and made into instruments for shooting mice. (Among Hawaiians formerly, the greatest contempt a person could show of his enemy was to procure some of his bones after he was dead, and make them into fish-hooks or arrow heads for shooting mice.)

2. To snap, as a person snaps with his finger on any substance.

3. To give a name or appellation.

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