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Le·ah

 (lē′ə)
In the Bible, the first wife of Jacob.

Leah

(ˈlɪə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the first wife of Jacob and elder sister of Rachel, his second wife (Genesis 29)

Le•ah

(ˈli ə)

n.
the first wife of Jacob. Gen. 29:23–26.
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Le'a is not only "sexual gratification, orgasm" it is also "joy, pleasure, happiness, merriment" and being "delighted, happy, pleased" (Pukui, Haertig and Lee, 1972).
We know our creation stories and we know who our ancestors are," writes Le'a Malia Kanehe, a Native Hawaiian lawyer from Honolulu, USA, and Legal Analyst for the Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism.
HONOLULU -- The following is a statement by DW 'Aina Le'a Development, LLC:
The Villages of 'Aina Le'a site on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii (Photo: Business Wire)
After listening to more than a hundred witnesses express their support, and explain the need for the continued build-out of The Villages of 'Aina Le'a project, The State of Hawai'i Land Use Commission decided to ignore the needs of the community and voted to revert the land back to an Agricultural Land Use District classification.
KONA, Hawaii -- DW 'Aina Le'a Development, LLC announced today that the County of Hawai'i Planning Department has accepted The Villages of 'Aina Le'a Final Environmental Impact Statement for its 1,092-acre development, which will include 2,350 homes and a 460,000 square foot shopping and entertainment center, across from the world famous Mauna Lani Resort.
Hawaii Island residents strongly support the Aina Le'a LLC development known as "The Villages of 'Aina Le'a.
Aina Le'a LLC 's construction of Lulana Gardens family housing, which is giving immediate support to jobs and the local economy, is important to residents.
Aina Le'a LLC will release the homes for sale in groups of sixteen homes, with each group being built around individual common park areas.
KOHALA COAST, Hawaii -- Bridge Aina Le'a LLC announced today that it has entered into a joint venture with D W Aina Le'a Development LLC, to continue to develop the mixed-use golf course resort community known as "The Villages of Aina Le'a" on the Big Island of Hawaii.
I am very pleased to announce our joint venture with D W Aina Le'a Development, to develop the infrastructure of a project that will bring the vision of so many people here in Hawaii to a reality," said John Baldwin, the Chief Executive Officer of Bridge Aina Le'a.