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1. Noise. Leo, kani, pā, papā, olokani; wawā, ʻuwā, wawalo, walo (loud); nei, puō (muffled, indistinct); oe, oeoe, aeae, hoehoe, kōloa, olo (prolonged); nahenahe, nahe, lahe, aheahe, hone, honehone, hihio (soft); poʻa, kani pē (hollow); wī (shrill); ʻou, ʻouʻou (sharp); ʻowē (of tearing); kani wahie (hard, ringing); leo ʻokoʻa (as in language); ʻaʻaea (of infants). Rare: laolao, luʻi, ʻōhāhā, palaiki, palalā, palalū. See n- (Haw.-Eng.), bang, boom, letter, roar, rumble, shrill, tone. Simultaneous sounds, olowalu.

2. Flawless. Kīnā ʻole, paʻa.

3. Fathom (verb). Ana i ka hohonu.

~ barrier. Palena holo kani. Speed of ~. Māmā kani, māmā holo o ke kani. See entries below.

Also ~ effects, as on a computer. Kani. See beep. ~ effects, as for a play, movie, or video production. Kani keaka. ~ editor. Luna hoʻoponopono kani. ~ effects coordinator. Luna kani keaka. ~ technician. Mea ʻenehana kani.

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