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relative Pukui-Elbert, Eng to Haw,

ʻOhana (family, clan), kini (kin); ʻohana holoʻokoʻa (extended family, clan); pili koko, ʻiʻo, ʻiʻo ponoʻī, wena (blood relatives); ʻalaea, ēwe, ēweewe, ʻiewe, auahi, aupoʻipū, hanauna, pilikana, pili ma nā kūpuna, kuleana (remote relatives); inoa (see inoa 3); hale aikāne (often affinal); pili kāmau, pilialoha, pili loko, ʻauwaepili, hale aikāne (close friends who are considered relatives,. see friend); elder relative, pili mua. Relative of one's own generation, hoa hanauna, hanauna like. To talk about relatives, kaulaʻi iwi, pākōlea, holehole iwi, welewele iwi (mostly pejorative). Trusted relative of a chief, iwikuamoʻo, kaʻiewe, peʻakua. Without relatives, ʻohanaʻole, kūloli.

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