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ʻahamaka

/ ʻaha.maka / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. n., Hammock, as of tapa, fastened to the manuea, center support of a house; hammock in general. Literally, sennit meshes.

2. n., Cord with which edges of cracks in gourd bowls were sewn together in crisscross patterns suggestive of net mesh; the technique for such repair.

3. n., Strangling in lua fighting, as with green vines.

4. n., Secret meeting of priests to pray for a chief.

Nā LepiliTags: lua fighting religion

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