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1. nvt., Pavement, level terrace; to pave, lay stones in pavement or terrace; to wall in, as with stones (GP 98).

2. vi., To be close together, as clouds, or as taro neatly packed in a load; to shoot together (see papa #3, Kel. 45).

3. n., A sweet potato.

4. nvi., Prone position on a surfboard; to assume such.

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1. v., To pave; to lay a pavement of stones. Mel. Sol. 3:10. See kipaepae and kipaipai.

2. To balance on the top of the surf; to turn sideways, as on a surf-board in the surf.

3. To be thick together.

4. To lay with flat stones or boards, as a road or bridge.

5. To protect and support when another condemns.

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1. s., The topping off of a wall; the filling up of a hole with stones.

2. Kipapa pohaku, a pavement.

3. A back-load of anything; a burden; same as haawe.

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1. n., The topping off of a wall.

2. n., The filling up of a hole with stones: kipapa pohaku, a pavement.

3. n., A backload of anything; a burden: Heaha kau haawe? He kipapa ai no Koolau mai nei. What is your burden? A bundle of food from Koolau. Syn: Haawe.

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1. v., To pave; to lay a pavement of stones. See kipaepae and kipaipai.

2. v., To balance on the top of the surf; to turn sideways, as on a surf-board in the surf.

3. v., To be close together.

4. v., To protect and support when another condemns.

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pavement. Land section, Kaupo, Maui.

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  • Land section, Mākena qd., Maui.
  • Fishpond at Keonekūʻino and ridge at Pelekunu, Kamalō qd., Molokaʻi.
  • Ditch, gulch, junction, stream, elementary school, and park, Wahiawā qd., central Oʻahu.
  • Literally, placed prone (referring to corpses slain in the victory of Oʻahu forces over those of Hawaiʻi in the fourteenth century; Alexander, 1891:96).

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  • 1. Fishpond, Kamalō, Molokaʻi.
    • Literally, placed prone (referring to slain corpses).
  • 2. Island, Kāneʻohe Bay, Oʻahu. Common mispronunciation and misspelling of Kapapa, the correct name of the island.
    • Literally, paved.
  • 3. Fishpond, Niu, Oʻahu. Fishpond fronting Niu Valley that was filled to create Niu Peninsula.
    • Literally, paved.

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