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tie Pukui-Elbert Eng to Haw,

1. To bind. Hīkiʻi, nīkiʻi, hākiʻi, nākiʻi, mūkiʻi, pūkiʻi, lawa, hele, hoʻopaʻa, hoa; lī (as shoelace); ʻope, paʻi (as a package); hīpuʻu, nīpuʻu, hoʻohīpuʻu, nakinaki (as a knot); — loosely, hūalakē, kāmola, naia (all are rare); — about neck, kāʻawe; — as a slip knot, kākolea; — round, kāʻai; — bundles of stripped pandanus leaves, kīmoʻo. Also: kama, hāwele, ʻāwele, ʻālikiliki, polikia, ʻaʻa, hauhoa, hauhō, molo, pākōlea, kalapu, maʻa, lapulapu, lino, mali, nikiniki, kūkulu, mīnoinoi, puʻaka, ʻōhao; nīpeʻa (Kauaʻi). See bind, Tied to a stake, moku.

2. A draw. Paʻi, paʻi wale, paʻi ā paʻi.

3. In music. Huina.

tie Māmaka Kaiao Eng to Haw,

Bow ~. Lei ʻāʻī pewa.

Tie Andrews Eng to Haw,

e nakii a paa.

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