set

set
  1. To place. Kau; ho'onoho (as table, bones, type); ho'omoe, ho'omoemoe, ku'u, au (as line or net); 'ōniu, ulele (as type); mau (as a wager); napo'o, welo (of sun); kōkō (bones by applying pressure); pa'ihi, hao ā pa'ihi (as sails); kāpili (as precious stones).
   ♦ To set on fire, hō'ā, puhi ahi.
   ♦ To set firmly, pa'akūkū, ho'opa'a.
   ♦ To set apart, ho'oka'awale, hō'oko'a, kai'okia; mōlia (for gods).
   ♦ To set aside, kāpae, waiho.
   ♦ To set up, kūkulu, ho'okū.
   ♦ To set off, explode, ho'opahū.
   ♦ To set free, ho'oku'u, makala, mokala, puhemo.
   ♦ To set apart for sacred purposes, ho'ola'a, ho'okapu.
   ♦ To set a table, ho'onoho i ka pākaukau.
  2. Assortment. Nā mea kohu like o ke 'ano ho'okahi, kaina.
   ♦ Tea set, kaina ho'okahi o nā mea inu kī.

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