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KIKINO (NOUN)

aka•hō•kū

kik (noun) Protostar, in astronomy. ʻO ke akahōkū nā kinoea a me nā ʻehu e pelu pū ana e kino mai ai he hōkū. A protostar consists of the gases and dust collapsing on itself to form a star. Lit., embryonic essence of a star.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


aka•hō•kū•hele

kik (noun) Protoplanet, i.e. a planet in the process of forming through accretion. Ma ka mūʻumehia ʻana o nā maulele lewa lipo e kino mai ai ke akahōkūhele. A protoplanet forms through the accretion of planetesimals. Lit., embryonic essence of a planet.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ala hoʻo•kuʻi

kik (noun) Collision course. Aia kēlā hōkū puhipaka ma ke ala hoʻokuʻi i ka mahina! That comet is on a collision course with the moon! Lit., collision path.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ala kaʻi•holo

kik (noun) Conductor. He ala kaʻiholo ka wai no ka uila. Water is a conductor of electricity. Lit., conducting path.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ana hoʻo•kohu

kik (noun) Standard measurement i.e. a measurement used as a standard for comparison, in science. Lit., authorized measure.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ana kaʻa•kepa

kik (noun) Worm hole, a theoretical structure that forms a pathway or tunnel to another part of the universe. Ma nā kiʻiʻoniʻoni mōhihiʻo, ʻo ke ana kaʻakepa, he alahele ia ma waena o ʻelua ʻōnaeao ʻokoʻa. In sci-fi movies, the worm hole can be a path between two different universes. Lit., warp tunnel.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ana•konu pā•pū•hea

kik (noun) Hydrostatic equilibrium, in science. Sh. anakonu + kāʻei pāpūhea.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ana•lena

kik (noun) Parsec, i.e. parallax of one arc second, a unit of length used in astronomy. Lōʻihi maoli nō ke analena, ua like me nā makahiki holo kukuna lā he 3.26. A parsec is a really long distance, equal to about 3.26 light years. Sh. ana + kuana lena lua.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ani•ani kau•lona paʻi lau•lā

kik (noun) Wide angle lens. Lit., wide shot lens. Also aniani paʻi laulā.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


Ao ʻo Magellan

kik (noun) Magellanic clouds, in astronomy. Lit., Magellan cloud.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


Ao ʻo Oort

kik (noun) The Oort Cloud, in astronomy. Lit., Oort cloud.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ao kō•ā•hō•kū

kik (noun) Interstellar cloud. Lit., interstellar cloud.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


ao lā•toma

kik (noun) Molecular cloud. Lit., molecule cloud.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


Ao•ea ʻAeko

kik (noun) Eagle Nebula, in astronomy. Lit., eagle nebula.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


aoea

kik (noun) Nebula. Lit., gas cloud.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


aoea ana•hā

kik (noun) Reflection nebula. Lit., reflection nebula.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


aoea ʻiona

kik (noun) Emission nebula, also called an ionization nebula. Lit., ion nebula.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


aoea kuke•hia

kik (noun) Planetary nebula. Comb. aoea + kuke + -hia.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


Au ʻo Magellan

kik (noun) Magellanic stream, in astronomy. Lit., Magellan current.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


hakakau

kik (noun) shelf.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


hō•kū hohoki

kik (noun) Neutron star. Manaʻo ʻia ʻo ka hōkū hohoki ka hopena o ka pūnohunohu ʻana o kekahi hōkū, e koe mai ana he ʻano hōkū i maupaʻa i nā huna hohoki. A neutron star is thought to be the remains of a nova, resulting in a type of star composed of neutrons. Sh. hōkū + huna hohoki.


Unpublished new word list to: Māmaka Kaiao: A Modern Hawaiian Vocabulary, 2003, U.H. Press


kukui

kik (noun) light.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


mīkini hoʻomaloʻo lole

kik (noun) clothes dryer.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


mīkini holoi lole

kik (noun) washing machine.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


pahu kula

kik (noun) cooler.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


paia

kik (noun) wall.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


pana kukui

kik (noun) light switch.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


papahele

kik (noun) floor.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


puka aniani

kik (noun) window.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo


puka komo

kik (noun) door.


Kāleka Huaʻōlelo Hale: Hawaiian Word Cards for the Home, Kupuna Emma Kauhi, 2000, ʻAha Pūnana Leo



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