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stone Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

The common names are pōhaku (for various kinds, see pōhaku and entries that follow it); ʻiliʻili (pebbles); ʻalā (dense basaltic); ʻaʻā, pāhoehoe (volcanic). Precious stone, pōhaku makamae. Soft porous stones used for polishing or scouring: nohu, noninui, pōhuehue, polipoli, hiena, kauaʻula; kohenalo (corrugated). gated). Porous stones: maheu, makaʻāwela, kaʻulaiki; ʻoai, hau (rare). Hard dense stones as used for adzes: ʻalāmea, laekoloa (kalaniāʻula, kalamaʻula), lelekepue, keʻe, ʻawaliʻi, haʻialiʻi, ehuehu, ʻalā; haumekū (rare). See basalt, chalk, checkers, coral, emerald, flint, lava, limestone, marble, onyx, pebble, pumice, rock, sinker, topaz and below. Stone container used for sorcery, poho kuni ʻanāʻanā. Stone lamp, poho kukui, pohokano. Stone bowl, poho pōhaku. Stone table, papa pōhaku. Stone statue, kiʻi pōhaku, ʻeho. Stone anchor, hekau, heleuma. Stone to sharpen tools, as adzes, pōhaku hoana. Stone used in games of pūhenehene and noʻa, noʻa. Red-hot stones put inside animals for cooking, ʻeho. Stones marking land boundary, iwi. Stone pile, puʻu pōhaku, ʻeho. A row of stones, pae pōhaku, nini, niho kaʻi. Stone wall, pā pōhaku. Stones set interlocking, niho. Rough or jagged stone, ʻōahi, loʻaʻā. Type of stone laid near coral pile to attract fish, hinakea. Stone for chipping, haku kā koʻi. Birth stones, ʻiliʻili hānau. Stones that break in fire, not desirable for the imu, makapā. To set stones, hoʻoniho. To stone, hailuku, pehi, pehi i ka pōhaku, ahukū. To carve or hew stone, kālai pōhaku. Stone weighing down a mat, pōhaku kaomi moena [a homebody].

Less common names of stones (alternate names are in parentheses): ʻalā poʻo malu, ʻelekū, ʻeleʻū, haku, hoʻokele, huiʻapa, huipa, humuʻula (kalaniāula), ihu-oka-puaʻa, ikimakua, ʻina, kaʻauʻaupuʻu, kahakaha, kalapaiki, kauila, kāwaʻewaʻe, kāwaʻupuʻu, kepue, kumumaʻo, kumuone, kūpaoa, laukea, lūʻau, luehu, māhikihiki (makaiʻa), makahinu, makawela, makawī (Kauaʻi), makiki, māono, mauna, pahapaha (māono, Oʻahu), pākea, palaʻā, peʻahi, pia, waianuʻukole, waimono.

stone Māmaka Kaiao Eng to Haw,

Air ~, the porous rock in an aquarium that creates tiny bubbles at the surface of the water to facilitate the exchange of gases. Pōhaku puka ea.

Stone Andrews Eng to Haw,

he pohaku.

Stone Andrews Eng to Haw,

e pehi i ka pohaku.

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