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Sidewalk

Ke Alapīpā
(Kikino)

1

Driveway

Ke Alakalaiwa
(Kikino)

2

Highway

Ke Alaloa
(Kikino)

3

Fall, The Autumn Season (in temperate climates)

Ka Hāʻulelau
(Kikino)

4

The Rainy Season (in Hawaii), Winter (in temperate climates)

Ka Hoʻoilo
(Kikino)

5

The Dry Season (in Hawaii), Summer (intemerate climates)

Ke Kauwela
(Kikino)

6

Horn (of an animal)

Ke Kiwi
(Kikino)

7

Knee

Ke Kuli
(Kikino)

8

Spring (in temperate climates)

Ke Kupulau
(Kikino)

9

Horn (musical instrument)

Ka Pū
(Kikino)

10

Horn (musical instrument)

Ka Pū Kani
(Kikino)

11

The Wrappings (of something), The Pod (of a bean), or The Outer Coverings (of a fruit or seed)

Ka Wahī
(Kikino)

12

Band Aide

Ka Wahī ʻEha
(Kikino)

13

Horn (of a Car)

Ka ʻOlē
(Kikino)

14

To Grab Ahold Of (a person or animal), To Arrest

Ka Hopu
(Hamani)

15

To Trip Someone

Ka Hoʻōkupe
(Hamani)

16

To Look For (most common word)

Ka Huli
(Hamani)

17

To Scratch (with a sharp instrument), To Create a Deep Long Cut

Ke Koe
(Hamani)

18

To Push or Knock Something Down (like a tree), To Grapple (as a wrestler), To Try and Take Someone Down

Ke Kūlaʻi
(Hamani)

19

To Punch (as in boxing)

Ke Kuʻi
(Hamani)

20

To Skin (as an animal)

Ka Lole
(Hamani)

21

To Box, Boxing

Ka Mokomoko
(Hamani)

22

To Wrestle, Wrestling

Ka Hākōkō
(Hamani)

23

To Tickle Someone

Ka Hoʻomāneʻoneʻo
(Hamani)

24

To Wrap Something Up

Ka Wahī

25

To Scratch With Claws (as a cat does)

Ka Walu
(Hamani)

26

To Scratch (an itch, once)

Ka Waʻu
(Hamani)

27

To Scratch (an itch, and repeatedly)

Ka Waʻuwaʻu
(Hamani)

28

To Look For (less common form)

Ka ʻImi
(Hamani)

29

To Fall Heavily Through the Air (as a fruit from a tree, or heavy rain)

Ka Hāʻule
(Hehele)

30

To Fall Lightly Through the Air (as petals and leaves, or light rain)

Ka Heleleʻi
(Hehele)

31

To Bump Into; To Crash Into (as a car in to a tree); To Stub (as a toe)

Ka Hoʻokuʻi
(Hehele)

32

1. To Slip and Fall (as a person on a limu covered rock)
2. For a Car to Skid Out of Control

Ka Pakika
(Hehele)

33

To Fall Down (as a child who is running)

Ka Palahuli
(Hehele)

34

To Trip (while walking)

Ka ʻŌkupe
(Hehele)

35

To Have Been Dropped (as a book)

Ka Hāʻule
(ʻAʻano)

36

1. To Have Been Toppled (as a tree);
2. To Have Been Taken Down (as a wrestler or boxer)

Ka Hina
(ʻAʻano)

37

1. To Have Been Found or Caught
2. To Exist (ʻŌlelo Paʻiʻai: "get)

Ka Loaʻa
(ʻAʻano)

38

To Have a Long Scratch (on a hard surface as on a car)

Ka Makoe
(ʻAʻano)

39

To Have Several Long Scratches on Something

Ka Mākoekoe
(ʻAʻano)

40

1. Good Weather, no major wind, wain or clouds; 2. Calm Ocean, no major waves

Ka Mālie
(ʻAʻano)

41

Smooth and Glassy (as ocean, with no waves)

Ka Malino
(ʻAʻano)

42

To Be Itchy

Ka Maneʻo
(ʻAʻano)

43

Smooth and Slippery (as a limu covered rock); Smooth (as young skin)

Ka Paheʻe
(ʻAʻano)

44

Smooth, Shinny and Slippery (as a newly shinned floor)

Ka Pāheʻeheʻe
(ʻAʻano)

45

To Be Scratched Up (as road rash)

Ka Pohole
(ʻAʻano)