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akua hānai

/ akua hā.nai / Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

1. n., Spirits, as of a recently dead kinsman, who were fed (hānai) offerings (such as food) and sent out to destroy an enemy.

2. n., The kauila, nioi, and ʻohe “poison” woods of Molokaʻi, which were kept by sorcerers in their houses, wrapped in tapa, and to which food offerings were made daily; scraps of these woods were used as poison, and poison itself was sometimes called akua hānai.

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