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1. nvs. End, closing, closure, very last, conclusion, finish, cessation, breaking off or cutting short; definitive, classic.

2. n. Plump cheeks. Rare. Cf. papālina.

s. The youngest born; the youngest of a family of children; the youngest child as hiapo is the oldest; ka pokii.

2. A breaking off or cutting short.

3. The pani ana; the shutting up, i. e., the pau ana of the hanau ana.

adj. Having great cheeks, as a man.

Panina (pā'-nī'-na), adj.

/ pā'-nī'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Having large cheeks, as a full-faced person. Syn. Uhekeheke.

Panina (pā'-nī'-na), n.

/ pā'-nī'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. The end or closing act of any performance; the last in a regular order.

2. The youngest born; the youngest of a family of children; the youngest child as hiapo is the oldest; ka pokii.

3. A breaking off or cutting short.

4. The pani ana; the shutting up, the pau ana of the hanau ana, that is, the ceasing of reproductive power.

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