1. A length. ʻĀpana (as of paper); mōlina (as of cloth, wood); kuakua (as of fish netting). Strip of pandanus leaf, kīhae lau hala.
2. To tear. Holehole (as sugar cane); ʻuʻu (as maile); uhole (as tough skin); kīhae (as leaves, and as thorns from pandanus leaves); koe, mākoe (as pandanus leaves). Also: ihi, pehē, hahae, māihi, lole, hole, paʻipaʻi. To strip flesh from bones, holehole iwi, welewele iwi, pūholoholo, pāʻiʻo, waimāhoehoe. To strip naked, wehe a kohana. To strip ʻieʻie roots, holeʻie.
3. See undress.