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1. nvs. Calm, quiet, as the sea; still water.

2. nvs. Banished, as for unworthy conduct; exile. (Perhaps wai 4, to leave, + -lana, nominalizer; Gram. 6.6.2.)

3. n. A prayer uttered to free a taboo period.

hamani To expatriate, i.e. banish someone from their homeland. No kona mau hewa i hana ai, ua wailana aku nā makaʻāinana i ko lākou aliʻi ʻālunu; ʻaʻole loa ʻo ia e hoʻi mai! For the wrongs he had committed, the people expatriated their greedy chief; he was never to return. Dic., ext. mng. Cf. kākupu, kolo kākupu.

v. Wai and lana, to float. To cast out, as an evil person from society; to banish; to reject as unworthy of confidence.

s. Wai and lana, to float. Still, calm water; a quiet place in the ocean.

2. A state of banishment from society.

3. One cast out for bad conduct.

Wailana (wă'i-lă'-na), n.

/ wă'i-lă'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Wai, water, and lana, to float.]

1. Still, calm water; a quiet place in the ocean.

2. A state of banishment from society.

3. One cast out for bad conduct.

Wailana (wă'i-lă'-na), v.

/ wă'i-lă'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

To be cast out, as an evil person from society; to banish; to be rejected as unworthy of confidence.

Gulch, Hālawa qd., Molokaʻi. Lit., floating water.

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