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1. s., Kua, back, and moo, a lizard. The backbone of a man or animal.

2. A road or frequented path. NOTE.—This was the word used formerly on the Island of Hawaii for path or road; the word alanui is now general; a road or highway. Lunk. 21:19.

3. FIG. A way; custom. SYN. With aoao. Mat. 10:15. Obedience to law. Mar. 1:3.

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s., The name of some place on the bottom of a canoe; alaila kalai ia na aoao ame ke kuamoo malalo.

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adj., Of or pertaining to the backbone; iwi kuamoo. Oihk. 3:9.

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kuamoo

/ kū'-ă-mo'o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

adj., Of or pertaining to the backbone: iwi kuamoo.

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kuamoo

/ kū'-ă-mo'o / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Kua, back, and moo, a lizard.]

1. n., The backbone of a man or animal. Syn: Iwikuamoo.

2. n., A road or frequented path. (This was the word used formerly on the island of Hawaii for path or road; the word alanui is now used.

3. n., A way; custom. Syn: Aoao.

4. n., The keel of a canoe. Syn: Kuae.

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a narrow path Land section, North Kona. Hawaii.

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