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1. n., Small land division, as cultivated for a chief.

2. n., Inland pond.

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s. Haku, lump, and one, sand. Name of a small division of land, similar to or smaller than a koele cultivated for the chief. See KUAKUA.

Hakuone (hă'-kŭ-ō'-ne), n.

/ hă'-kŭ-ō'-ne / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Haku, lump, and one, sand.] A small division of land, similar to or smaller than a koele cultivated for the chief. (See kuakua.)

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