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1. n. Any kind of a protuberance from a pimple (puʻu #2) to a hill: hill, peak, cone, hump, mound, bulge, heap, pile, portion, bulk, mass, quantity, clot, bunch, knob; heaped, piled, lumped, bulging; pregnant; to pucker. Figuratively, obstacle, burden, problem, discomfort, trouble, sorrow.

  • Examples:
    • Puʻu kaimana, diamond setting.
    • Lae puʻu, prominent or bulging forehead.
    • Puʻu kānaka, group of People, mass of people.
    • Puʻu ka leo, paralyzed tongue with resulting speech defects.
    • Puʻu ka nuku, protruding the lips, as in anger; to eat until satiated, or to be unable to eat all one has.
    • Puʻu kapu, a forbidden or taboo place.
    • Eia ka puʻu nui mawaho nei, he ua, he ʻino, he anu (chant), here is the burden of discomfort outside, rain, storm, cold.
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2. n. Any of various round parts or protuberances of the body, as pimple, wart, mole, callus, lump, Adam's apple, throat (see ex., burn), larynx, tonsils, heart, stomach, fist, knuckle, ankle joint; gizzard, as of chicken; hard stomach, as of some fish.

  • Examples:
    • Mau nā puʻu, stuck together, of dogs occasionally in coition.
    • Puʻu ʻeha, sore throat.
    • ʻĀʻī puʻu, calloused neck.
    • Puʻu ʻōkohekohe, swollen tonsils.
    • ʻAʻohe puʻu, ʻaʻohe keʻe, no pimples, no crooks [commonly said in tales of flawless persons].
    • He maʻū i ka puʻu ke moni (song), refreshing to the throat to swallow.
    • Ka puʻu o Abesaloma (2 Sam. 18.14), the heart of Absalom.
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3. n. A desire, need, as for evacuation (used with hī, kiʻo, mimi, pūhiʻu).

  • Examples:
    • Hae ka puʻu i ka ʻai, fierce is the craving for food.

4. n. Any earth bug, beetle, especially as found in dry earth; rose beetle, Olinda beetle, stinkbug, ground beetle.

5. n. Hand of cards, stack of cards, deck or pack of cards.

6. n. Stack, shock, as of grain.

  • Examples:
    • Nā puʻu hua palaoa (Puk. 22.6), stacks of grain.
  • References:
    • Lunk. 15.5.

7. nvi. Head, as of cabbage or lettuce; to form a head, sprout.

  • References:
    • Kupu ā puʻu (KL. line 487), to grow and sprout.

8. n. Dress material such as dotted swiss that has raised dots.

9. n. Fancy knot or mesh, as in kōkō, net.

10. vt. To cast or draw lots, as with a knotted string, or by heaping up pebbles under a tapa, and guessing the number in each heap, or calling one heap positive and the other negative, with the answer to the question provided by the heap with the greatest number of pebbles.

  • Examples:
    • Puʻunaue i ka ʻāina ma nā puʻu e ili ana (Nah. 34.18), divide the land by lot for inheritance.

11. n. Hinge of pearl oyster.

12. n. A method of catching plover: a sharpened bone was half buried and anchored on a string tied to a rock. The bone would become lodged in the throat (puʻu) of a plover attempting to eat it, which was then held by the string.

13. n. Sixth stage in the growth of taro.

  • Rare
  • References:
    • See kalo for names of generations.
    • Kep. 153.

14. n. A kind of fish.

  • Rare

15. n. ʻOʻopu young about 5 or 10 cm long.

  • Rare

16. n. A hard, white variety of sweet potato.

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kikino Throat.

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kikino Cone, a geological feature.

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v. To collect together; to lay by, particularly in heaps.

2. To boll; to form a round seed, as flax; to swell and break, as a boil. Hoik. 16:2.

3. To cast or draw lots (a Hawaiian custom formerly in practice) by using a knotted string.

4. To gather or dip up water in the hands.

5. E puu paha auanei ka lae i ka ua o ka Kawaupuu.

6. Hoo. To heap or pile up, as stones.

7. To cast lots; to divide a country by lot. Ios. 7:26.

s. Any round protuberance belonging to a larger substance.

2. A small round hill; a peak; a pimple; a wart; the knuckles; the ankle joints; the Adam's apple of the throat; hence, the throat; a knop; an ornament of a candle-stick. Puk. 25:3.

3. The material heart. 2 Sam. 18:14.

4. A heap; he puu opala, a heap of rubbish; na puu huapalaoa, shocks of grain. Lunk. 15:5.

5. A tower; a citadel; a substance; a portion; a lot in casting lots. Nah. 34:18.

6. A quantity; part; property; destiny; appointment; fortune. Rut. 2:5.

7. Habit; custom; eia ko kakou wahi puu iki, o ka hoohaunaele i ka manawa kula.

8. Any act or thing causing ridicule, contempt, or perhaps anger, as an offense against good manners or morals; he ino, he mea e loiloi ai, a e hoowahawaha ai paha; he kina, no ka hilahila kona holo ana (o Poki), no ka mea, aole he puu nui ma ka puka o kona hale, out of shame, he (Poki) sailed away, because there was no — at the door of his house.

9. A hand, i. e., the cards held at a game.

adj. Dying with one for attachment’s sake; as when a chief dies some of his people, for love’s sake, wish to die also; ke olelo aku nei au ia oukou, o ka moe puu oia nei; a i moe ka moe puu ilaila; a hiki ae ilaila ka moe puu.

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A sign of the plural number. Gram. § 86 and 92. It mostly has reference to a collection. Synonymous in some cases with poe or pae. He puu puaa; he puu kanaka; this last form is not often found.

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1. Any round protuberance belonging to a larger substan

2. A small round hill; a bunch; a peak; a pimple; a wart; the knuckles; the ankle joints; the Adam's apple of the throat; hence, the throat; a knob; an ornament of a candle-stick.

3. The heart.

4. A heap; he puu opala, a heap of rubbish; na puu huapalaoa, shocks of grain.

5. A tower; a citadel; a substance; a portion; a lot in casting lots.

6. A quantity; part; property; destiny; appointment; fortune

7. Any defect, material, moral or mental; a blemish.

8. A hand, that is, the cards held at a game.

9. A bulk; a mass; an aggregation.

10. Same as moepuu.

1. To collect together; to lay by, particularly in heaps.

2. To boll; to form a round seed, as flax; to swell and break, as a boil.

3. To cast or draw lots (a Hawaiian custom formerly in practice) by using a knotted string.

4. To gather or dip up water in the hands.

5. To cast lots; to divide a country by lot.

'Hill, mountain, cone, peak, elevation'. Some names are written either with or without puʻu (as Puʻu-kukui and Kukui). In a few names puʻu is shortened to pū- (as Pū-ʻalaea, Pū-koʻo, Pū-o-waina).

Ancient surfing area, Ke-olonā-hihi, Kai-lua qd., Hawaiʻi. (Finney and Houston 26.) Lit., peak.

Spring, Holualoa, Hawaiʻi. On the shore of Holualoa Bay, where it marks the end of a canoe-hauling road called Ke Ala o Waʻa. The road is associated with a canoe-making heiau about a mile inland called Ke Ala Ko Waʻa.

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