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v., To put a people under tribute. Lunk. 1:28. To tax; assess a tax.

2. To exercise lordship; to exact of one. Neh. 5:10. NOTE.—In ancient times every article of value was taxed, to be paid in kind; at present, the auhau dala is the great thing.

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s., A tax; a revenue for the benefit of chiefs; kahi auhau, a place for collecting taxes; similar to hookupu.

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s., Name of a species of wood for making spears; he hau ka ihe e kaua ai, he auhau kekahi ihe, the spears for war are made of hau, some spears are made of auhau.

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1. n., A handle made from the wood of the hau tree.

2. n., A spear of hau wood; especially, a stick of dry young hau wood, shaped like a spear, which was used in the ancient pastime known as oahi (fiery dart).

3. n., The femur and the humerus bones of the human skeleton.

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1. n., A tax; a levy; an assessment.

2. n., A tribute paid by the people for the benefit of the chiefs.

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1. v., To tax; to levy; to assess.

2. v., To exact; to compel the payment of.

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