Hele wāwae, hele; piʻi (towards mountains or uphill); iho (towards the sea or downhill). Also: wāwae, au. To take a walk, holoholo, mākaʻikaʻi. To walk slowly, quietly, hele mālie, nihi ka hele; kaʻa niau, kuoni, keni (rare). To help walk, as a child, hoʻoholoholo, hoʻohelehele, hoʻohele. To walk in line or succession, kaʻi hele, kaʻi, kakaʻi. To walk with a stiff back, nanai, lanai. To walk with legs wide apart, kiʻihelei, kaiena. To walk lightly and swiftly, hele ʻāwīwī, auau, kīau. To walk backward, kuemi. To walk with a cane, kaukoʻo, hoʻokaukoʻo. Ungainly walk, ʻoehaʻa. To walk along absent-mindedly, kīkaha. To walk unsteadily, ka'i hele, kūpehe, hakupehe, kaupē. To endeavor to walk in spite of weakness, ho'okoene. To sway the hips in walking, hele kaiue. To walk upright, helekū. To walk in a brisk, haughty manner, kalalī. To walk proudly, hele kīkahakaha; pahāha (rare). Walked on, hehe'ia, meheu.