from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Finished; gone; non-existent.
- adj. Dead.
- n. The end; enough,
- v. To finish; to put an end to; to kill.
- interj. There is no more.
A hiki lakou i Kauai, ma ka napoo ana o ka la, a halawai me na kaikuahine.
Excited anticipation for your name as each parcel or letter is read out, dull disappointment if your issue is napoo.
The five hens were creatures of mediocrity, deserving no special mention -- all very well for laying eggs and similar domestic duties, but from an intellectual point of view simply napoo, as the polyglot stylists have it.
As soon as anything arises that would really warrant a grouse -- napoo!
Of course our first race was to buy cigarettes -- but, napoo!
I ka napoo ana o ka la, hopu aku la o Aiwohikupua i kona aahu Ahuula, a haawi aku la i kahi kanaka, a pii aku la.
I ua ahiahi la, mamua o ka napoo ana o ka la, e noho ana ka Makaula ma ka puka o ka hale, nana aku la oia i ke kuku o na opua ma ka nana ana i na ouli o ke ao, a like me ka mea mau i ka poe kilokilo mai ka wa kahiko mai a hiki i keia manawa.
A pau ka ke Alii olelo ana no keia mau mea, hoomaka hou oia e hiamoe, aole nae i loaa ia ia ka hiamoe a hiki i ka napoo ana o ka la.
Mamua o ka napoo ana o ka la, kauohaia ka poe nana uli o ke Alii, a me na Kilokilo e nana i na ouli o ke ao a me ka moana, i na he hiki i ke
"We thought we was napoo  when we 'eard that little bundle of fun a-coming."
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