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nvs. Anguish, burning pain, woe, torment; anguishing, smarting. See ex., loloku. Walania ke kiʻiʻōnohi, smarting eyeballs. Nā ʻeha walania a ka make mau loa, the agonizing pain of eternal death. hoʻo.wala.nia To cause pain, wound.

v. For walaia, n inserted, to be hurt. To smart, as a wound; to feel pained from an external hurt.

s. A stinging pain, as a burn.

2. Deep anguish of heart at something said.

Walania (wă'-lă-nī'-a), n.

/ wă'-lă-nī'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. A stinging pain, as a burn.

2. Deep anguish of heart at something said.

Walania (wă'-lă-nī'-a), v.

/ wă'-lă-nī'-a / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To smart, as a wound; to feel pained from an external hurt.

2. To feel pain mentally; to feel the pain of dislike or of hatred by another.

3. To feel revengeful; to feel cut to the heart by something said.

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