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Same as hahaki, to break.

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v. See UHAI, k inserted. To break, as a stick or staff. Isa. 14:5. To break, as the bones. Isa. 38:13.

2. To break, as a covenant. Ier. 11:10.

adj. Broken, as some brittle substance; hu ulu uhaki; he kuapuu, i. e., a broken or humpbacked person.

Uhaki (ū-ha'-ki), adj.

/ ū-ha'-ki / Parker Haw to Eng,

Broken, as some brittle substance.

Uhaki (u-ha'-ki), n.

/ u-ha'-ki / Parker Haw to Eng,

A fracture.

Uhaki (u-ha'-ki), v.

/ u-ha'-ki / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To break; to sever by fracture; to break, as a stick or staff, or as the bones.

2. To violate an obligation; to break, as a covenant Syn. Uhai.

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