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Same as hahai.

  • Examples:
    • Ka uhai manu (Kep. 89), the bird hunter.

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1. Same as uhaki, to break. E uhaʻi ia i kō lākou mau iwi (Nah. 24.8), he shall break their bones.

2. n. Covering for door opening, doorway frame. Lele kāhili, holo ka uhaʻi, uhi kapa, feather standards sway, the door opening is moved into place, the tapa covers [the chief sleeps].

3. Similar to ʻalu.

v. See HAI. To break in two, as a stick; to break, as a bone. Nah. 24:8. To break, as the neck. Puk. 13:13.

2. To break, as a covenant. Kanl. 31:16. To break, as a law; ua uhai ke kanawai; to disregard, as an agreement; to break away, as from a yoke or bondage.

3. To jerk or pull out; to tear out or off by force, as a branch from a tree.

4. To pound up or break to pieces, as with a rod; to break off, as a horn. Dan. 8:8

5. To follow; chase; pursue. Laieik. 71. To overrun; to treat with contempt. See HAHAI.

6. To speak to; to say to one; ke uhai mai nei ka naaupo ia makou e hoohalikeia ka mea naaupo me ka mea naauao.

s. E hilinai ana no ia maluna o ka uhai; the door shutter of a room or house; e pane mai i uhai.

s. The door, or properly the door frame of a house; ke kikihi o ka hale.

The door, or properly the door frame of a house, ke kikihi o ka hale.

1. Doorway.

2. Door.

1. To break; to sever by fracture.

2. To transgress; to overstep a rule; to violate a tabu or law.

3. To refuse to fulfill the obligations of a covenant; to break an agreement.

To chase; to pursue; to follow.

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