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Honi, honihoni (transitive). Also: hanu, ea, ʻea. See saying, goat. Sweet-smelling, ʻala, ʻaʻala; onaona (soft); paoa, kūpaoa (strong); māpu, maoani (wafted); anuhea, waianuhea (cool, soft); kolopua, hōʻala, kānaʻe, nae, kaluhea, pē, puīa. Bad-smelling, pilau (as of rotten flesh); pilapilau (somewhat pilau); ʻenaʻena pilau (strongly pilau, unbearable stench); ʻōhonohono, ʻōpilopilo, palani, malani, ʻuaʻuala (rancid); pilo, pelekunu, polopolona, kūnāhelu, kilu (musty, swampy); hauna, hauhau, hauhauna (fishy, sulphur); hohono, honohono, maea, pilo, puluea (body); hanahana, māhanahana, kākā (excreta, flatulence); ekikilau (drawing flies); lāhea, eko, ekoeko, neko, weko, uweko, ʻino, wilu, niku, māʻā (stench). Rare: ʻokaʻoka, ʻonaʻona, mōuki, piena, ʻukī, ʻikuʻiku (bad). Strong smell, good or foul, pakuʻi. The bad smell arises, kū ka lāhea.

Sense of ~. Lonoa ihu.

e honi; he ala.

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