Wehewehe Wikiwiki Hawaiian language dictionaries

1. Same as weka 1–4.

2. n. A foul stomach.

3. vs. Hardhearted; stingy.

v. See WEKA. To have a foul stomach.

2. To fail in the fulfillment of a bargain.

3. To be hard; to be stingy; to be close; to be slippery.

s. Foulness of the stomach; the black substance or liquid in the cyst of the squid.

2. Fat unctuous matter.

adj. Stingy; close; hard; refusing to fulfill a contract.

Wekaweka (wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka), adj.

/ wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

Stingy; close; hard; refusing to fulfill a contract.

Wekaweka (wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka), n.

/ wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Foulness of the stomach.

2. The black substance or liquid in the cyst of the squid. Any fat unctuous matter.

Wekaweka (wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka), v.

/ wĕ'-kă-wĕ'-ka / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. To have a foul stomach.

2. To fail in the fulfillment of a bargain.

3. To be hard; to be stingy; to be close; to be slippery.

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