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n., Book, volume (in a series).

  • Source:
    • English.

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nvt., To strike, hit, beat.

  • Examples:
    • I ka pūkē iki, i ka pūkē nui (PH 195), by the small onslaught, by the great onslaught.
    • Pau akula kēlā lāʻau i ka pūkē ʻia, that tree is all beaten down.
  • References:
    • Dan. 5.6.

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v. Pu and ke, to force. To hit; to strike, as one calabash against another; to strike together, as the knees of one in trepidation. Dan. 5:6

e luai, e hoowa.

[Pu and ke, to force.] To hit; to strike, as one calabash against another; to strike together, as the knees of one in trepidation.

E huli iā “puke” ma Ulukau.

Search for “puke” on Ulukau.

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