huaka’i : Trip, voyage, journey, mission, procession, parade; to travel, parade. ka’i, to lead. (Pukui & Elbert, 1971)
kilohana: name of the outside, decorated sheet of tapa in the ku’inakapa, bed coverings; the four inner layers were white, contrasting with the decorated kilohana. Hence extended meanings: best, superior, excellent. He ali’i ke aloha, he kilohana e pa’a ai (saying), love is like a chief, the best prize to hold fast to. 2. Hillock, heap, lookout, top, view out, high point (kilo + -hana, nominalizer). (Probably Proto-Polynesian tirofanga; Tongan siofi, siofia and Samoan tilofia.) (Pukui & Elbert, 1971).
ea: 1. Sovereignty, rule, independence. La Ho’iho’i Ea, Restoration Day. Ho’iho’i i ke ea o Hawai’i, restore the sovereignty of Hawai’i. 2. Life, air, breath, respiration, vapor, gas; fumes, as of tobacco; breeze, spirit. This ea, as well as ea 1,3,4, is sometimes pronounced or sung ‘ea. eamama, eaolamama. Kaha ea, to deprive of rights of livelihood. Wai ea, aerated waters. Ho’opuka ea, exhaust fumes. Ua mau ke ea o ka ‘aina i ka pono (the motto of Hawai’i), the life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness. 3. To rise, go up, raise, become erect. aea, e’ea, ho’ea. Kai ea, rising sea. Ua ea kona po’o, his head was raised. 4. To smell. (Pukui & Elbert, 1971).
kualena: To stretch,as tapa to free from wrinkles; taut. Fig., to concentrate the thoughts. He manawa keia a kakou e kualena ai i ko kakou mau no’ono’o, this is the time to concentrate mentally (Pukui & Elbert, 1971).
haumana:: 1. Student, pupil. apprentice, recruit, disciple. 2.Technological student, trainee, apprentice. Haumana komo hou, new student, freshman. ho’ohaumana: to act as a pupil, become a pupil; to make pupils of.