1. To rise up. Ala, piʻi, aea, ea, kau, hoʻālā, hoʻolapa; ʻae (as tide); hū (as yeast); kū (as dust); pūnohu, pūkoʻa, pōnulu, nulu, nanulu (as smoke); piʻipiʻi kai (of a strong sea); ōpū, ʻōhū, kumoho (rare, as water); ulu, puka, piʻi (as the sun); hoʻēʻe (as surf); — in station, kaʻa maluna; — in horror, ʻeʻeu; to — frequently, eʻea; to — again, ala hou, kū hou. Also: ʻeu, māealani, māea, kūāhua, ihuihui, peu, meʻeu; huhulu kū (as hair of a dog); pulelo (as a flag or fire); hoʻokōkōliʻi, lei (as a cloud); hakū (as the moon); papaiāulu (as a breeze). To rise and fall, lele lupe, nunuki. Rising sun, lā hiki. Prices rise, piʻi nā kumu kūʻai.
2. An incline. Piʻina, alana, kiʻekiʻena, ōnū.