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Abbreviation of ʻākau, north, as in surveying reports. -a Pas/imp. suffix. (Gram. ) ā 1. nvi.. Jaw, cheekbone. , to talk a lot, jabber, jibber jabber. Ke ā nui, ke ā iki, big jaw, little jaw [bragging and wheedling, as of a man seeking the favor of a woman]. hoʻā To talk a lot, jabber. ) 2. n. An instrument made of smooth bone, formerly used for abortion, lancing, or bleeding. Also āʻōʻō, piercing ā. 3. nvs. Mold found in souring foods, especially poi, generally known as Oidium lactis or Oospora lactis, but now called Geotrichum candidum.
Aʻa Redup. of ʻaʻaʻa. ʻAʻaʻaʻa hoʻi kēia ʻuala, this sweet potato is full of fibers. aʻaahi n. Scion or shoot of sandalwood. ahi n. Bag for carrying fire-making equipment (ʻaʻa, bag, and ahi, fire). ʻaki Redup. of ʻaʻaki. ʻaʻae n. Second or third crop, as of taro; taro patch where the taro has been pulled up. Also ʻae. ea interj. The sound ay that infants make in calling for attention; to make this sound. ʻaʻaha n. Netted carrier for a calabash, made of sennit or olonā cord. More commonly called kōkō.
To rise, of the tide. ʻae Caus/sim. 5. n. A native fern (Polypodium pellucidum) commonly seen at Kī-lau-ea Volcano. It has oblong fronds 15 to 40 cm long, once divided into about fifteen or more pairs of oblong segments, each of which bears many round fruit dots. ) Cf. ʻae lau nui. 6. Same as ʻaʻae. 7. n. Shoots from main root portion of the wauke plant. See ohi 3. 8. See ʻae kai, water's edge. ʻaʻe nvt. To step over, get on top of, tread upon, trespass; to raise; to massage the back with the feet; to break a taboo or violate a law; counter sorcery; to inflict sorcery on a sorcerer; to get into by stepping up, as into a car; step.
Hawaiian Dictionary: Hawaiian-English, English-Hawaiian by Mary Kawena Pukui, Samuel H. Elbert