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tear Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

1. Weeping. Waimaka; pūkai (rare). See Hilo (Eng.-Haw.). Tear duct, luaʻuhane. In poetry, rain may signify tears. Tears of heaven, nā waimaka o ka lani (of showers at a funeral: gods wept).

2. Sunder. Hae, nahae, haehae. Also: hahae, uhae, haena, hoʻopōhae, nāhaehae, mahae, māhaehae, hoʻōlepe, ʻōlepe, ʻāwelu, hoʻokepa, ʻai kepa; kīhae (as leaves); — off, ihi. See torn.

3. To run. Holo pupule, holoʻāwīwī.

Tear Andrews Eng to Haw,

he waimaka.

Tear Andrews Eng to Haw,

e nahae, e haehae.

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