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Ka ʻimi ʻana i ka pilikia no ka hoʻoponopono ʻana. Troubleshooting.

v. Pili and kia, a mast or post. To be crowded; to be in want of room. 2 Nal. 6:1

2. To be in straits; to be in difficulty; to be entangled in any way. Puk. 14:3.

3. To be cramped for want of means or instruments for doing a thing.

4. To be stinted in a provision for one's living.

5. Hoo. To bring or cause one to be in difficulty. Kin. 34:30. To trouble. Puk. 14:24.

s. A difficulty; a hindrance; a perilous situation; extreme danger, as in distress.

adj. Crowded close together; strait; narrow; difficult.

Pilikia (pī'-lĭ-kī'-a), adj.

/ pī'-lĭ-kī'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Crowded close together; straight; narrow; difficult.

Pilikia (pī'-lĭ-kï'-a), n.

/ pī'-lĭ-kï'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

A difficulty; a hindrance; a perilous situation; extreme danger, as in distress; trouble.

Pilikia (pī'-lĭ-ki'-a), v.

/ pī'-lĭ-ki'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Pili and kia, a snare.]

1. To be crowded; to be in want of room.

2. To be in straits; to be in difficulty; to be entangled in any way.

3. To be cramped for want of means or instruments for doing a thing.

4. To be stinted in a provision for one's living.

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