1. Move. Huli; kā (as a rope for jumping); — around, twist, revolve, wili, kaʻa, kaʻawili, kūlapa, molo, hole, wilimoʻo, palawili, ʻōlepe, ʻōmilo, laumilo, ue, oi, kaʻamola, kaʻa wale, kīoe; — aside, ʻaui, hili, hoʻolala, hoʻokihi, kihi, kāpae, kakaʻa, hoʻohala, kipa, kīkaha, kepa, kīkepa, kaha, kaha loa, kahakū, peʻa, pelu, peʻu, pelukua, pipika, palai, pāweo, īkā, pinanaʻiea; — over, kāhuli pū, ʻowala; kūwalawala (repeatedly); palahuli, kakaʻa, pūlepe; — inside out, lole; — towards, maliu, kālelei; — this way and that, hou hewa; — and rush, hulimoku; — into, lilo, kū ā. Also: hāliu, huhuli, huhuhuli, hoʻohuli, loli, hoʻokeʻe, pāuma. Turn the back, huli kua; ʻōkoleoioi (as in anger). Turn back, huli hope. Turn in two ways or twice, huli lua. Turn and loss in sleep, moe ʻino, moekāhua. Right, turn, ma ka ʻākau, wili.
2. Time. Manawa. In turn, take turns, kaʻahele, i kekahi ā i kekahi aku. This is your turn, kou manawa kēia, iāʻoe ia wahi. To read in turn, heluhelu kaʻahele.