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thin

Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

1. As the human torso. Wīwī, hakahaka; emi (to have lost weight); hoʻowīwī, hōkiʻi, hoʻokilo, hōmali, hōmale; māilo, māio (tubercular).

2. As cloth, paper. Lahi, lahilahi, nahi, nahinahi, lau lahilahi, lālahi, hoʻolahi, hakakaʻe, nanahe.

3. Wispy, threadlike. Puawe, maukoli #2, awe, ʻaeʻae, maʻawe, hīnawenawe, āewa, wele, welehia, nāwele, namauahi, hīnau, puināwele, hīnale, puela, koloau.

4. As poi, watery. Wali, waliwali, wawali, kele, kakale, hoʻokalekale.

5. Spindly. Pīoeoe, līlā.

6. Ridged. Lānihinihi.

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thin

Māmaka Kaiao Eng to Haw,

To thin, as plants when gardening. Waewaele.

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Thin

Andrews Eng to Haw,

lahilahi, wiwi.

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