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1

Pele's first landing place on Kauaʻi

Kapaʻa [iʻoa paku]

2

underarm

ka pōʻaeʻae [kikino]

3

I mean... (said before correcting yourself)

mea [hoʻōho]

4

Tahitian, a native person from the Society Islands

ka Polapola [kikino]

5

Home of Lohiʻau on Kauaʻi

Hāʻena [iʻoa paku]

6

a fancy word for retarded

ka lohiʻau [ʻaʻano]

7

hot and glowing as rocks in an imu, or hot lava

ka ʻenaʻena [ʻaʻano]

8

1. to be rippling as water; 2. to be full to just before the point of overflowing

ka ʻaleʻale [ʻaʻano]

9

classmate

ka hoapapa [kikino]

10

he ʻano meaʻai

ka laulau [kikino]

11

roommate

ka hoalumi [kikino]

12

to be disappeared

ka nalo [ʻaʻano]

13

ocean swell

ka ʻale [kikino]

14

imu

ka imu [kikino]

15

a tea pot

ka ipukī [kikino]

16

1. shadow; 2. a fetus at a very early stage of development as the case with Hiʻiaka when she was born

ke aka [kikino]

17

Pele's dream lover

Lohiʻau [iʻoa kuhane]

18

for a human being or spirit to having some unusual feature such as being dwarflike as a menehune, a weird way of talking, etc.

ka ʻeʻepa [ʻaʻano]

19

tobacco

ka paka [kikino]

20

steep as a road, or similar incline which one ascends

ka piʻikū [ʻaʻano]

21

to chant a mele

ke oli [hamani]

22

like

ʻo ia hoʻi [hoʻōho]

23

rum

ka rama [kikino]

24

to smoke cigarettes

ke puhi paka [hamani]

25

calm as when nature is quiet

ka laʻi [kikino]

26

to go swimming (in the ocean)

ka ʻauʻau kai [hehele]

27

1. to be lost, as a person; 2. to be lost by someone as a possession

ka nalowale [ʻaʻano]

28

line, especially of a mele

ka lālani [kikino]

29

lava, both hot and cooled

ka pele [kikino]

30

a gourd, especially when used as a container or musical instrument

ka ipu [kikino]

31

The Society Islands, "Tahiti"

ka paeʻāina Polapola [kikino]

32

Tallest mountain on Kauaʻi

Waiʻaleʻale [iʻoa paku]

33

a mountain, usually one that is somewhat rounded

ka mauna [kikino]

34

to practice something

ka hoʻomaʻamaʻa [hamani]

35

steep and knife-like as a cliff

ke kūnihi [ʻaʻano]

36

1. to be burned down as a house; 2. a fire, an event in which a house or other structure is damaged by fire

ka pau ahi [ʻaʻano]

37

traditional name of all lands mythical and real outside Hawaiʻi

Kahiki [iʻoa paku]

38

crater in Kīlauea, traditional home of Pele mā

Halemaʻumaʻu [iʻoa paku]

39

lover, girlfriend, boyfriend

ka ipo [kikino]

40

to hold on to something

ka paʻa [hamani]

41

to be broad, or wide

ka laulā [ʻaʻano]

42

1. to be on top of something; 2. to "ride" a vehicle

ke kau [hehele]

43

1. to burn up something in a fire; 2. to smoke something, as tobacco

ke puhi [hamani]

44

to drink alcohol

ka inu lama [hamani]

45

a famous kupua "ka wahine o ka lua," "ka wahine no Kahiki"

Pele [iʻoa kuhane]

46

most active volcano on Hawaiʻi

Kīlauea [iʻoa paku]

47

alcoholic drinks, especially "hard liquor"

ka lama [kikino]

48

A filler word for the name of a place

mea [iʻoa paku]

49

cuttlefish, ika

ka mūheʻe [kikino]

50

the largest island in ka paeʻāina Polapola

Tahiti [iʻoa paku]

51

a pipe, such as a sewer pipe

ka paipu [kikino]

52

the bosom, especially the part near the underarm

ka poli [kikino]

53

to ride (bicycle)

ke kau paikikala [hehele]

54

a tobacco pipe

ka ipupaka [kikino]

55

to go swimming (in fresh water)

ka ʻauʻau wai [hehele]

56

1. to utter; 2. to produce; 3. to publish

ka hoʻopuka [hamani]

57

bicycle

ka paikikala [kikino]

58

1. to be stuck and immovable; 2. to be learned, mastered, as a lesson or song

ka paʻa [ʻaʻano]

59

um

ā-a [hoʻōho]

60

a metal pot as used in cooking

ka ipuhao [kikino]

61

to block someone, or something from view

ke ālai [hamani]

62

to call a person to get that person's attention

ke kāhea [hamani]

63

to ride (horse)

ke kau lio [hehele]

64

squid, tako

ka heʻe [kikino]

65

ke kaikaina muli loa o Pele

Hiʻiakaikapoliopele [iʻoa kuhane]

66

to smoke a pipe

ke puhi ipupaka [hamani]

67

to go on a journey or quest, the journey itself

ka huakaʻi [hehele]

68

normal word for "retarded"

ka ʻīhepa [ʻaʻano]

69

the leaf of the hala or pūhala tree

ka lau hala [kikino]

70

menehune

ka menehune [kikino]

71

to hold up at one's chest, as a baby

ka hiʻi [hamani]