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nvt., Pole or stick used for carrying burdens across the shoulders; yoke, palanquin, burden; to carry on the ʻauamo. Literally, carrying handle.

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s., ʻAu, a handle, and amo to carry. A stick or pole with which burdens are carried across the shoulder. 1 Oihl. 15:15. A staff or pole for carrying a burden. Puk. 25:13. Hale ʻauamo. a palanquin. Mel. Sol. 3:9. A yoke, Kanl. 21:3. FIG. A burden; service. Mat. 11:30.

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

v., To carry on the shoulders or back; e halihali. e māmaka; to carry on a stick across the shoulder. See other entries for ʻauamo.

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

1. n., A stick or pole used in carrying burdens across the shoulders.

2. n., A yoke; a palanquin. Called also aumaka and mamaka.

3. n., A burden; a service: He mama kau auamo, my burden is light.

Papa helu loliWehewehe Wikiwiki update log

Auamo (ău-ā'-mŏ), v.

/ ău-ā'-mŏ / Parker Haw to Eng,

To carry, as a burden, on the shoulders or back by means of a stick; to convey on a pole across the shoulders.

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