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n., A variety of sweet potato.

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    • HP 142.

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v. Kipa and wale, gratuitously. To go and sit unbidden in another's house.

2. To enter another's premises with dishonest intentions.

3. To seize and take another's property.

s. The coming upon and taking another's property without right.

2. The name of a species of sweet potato.

kipawale

/ kī'-pă-wă'-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. n., The coming upon with no expressed purpose.

2. n., An intruder.

3. n., Intrusion.

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Kipawale (kī'-pă-wă'-le), v.

/ kī'-pă-wă'-le / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Kipa, to turn in and lodge, and wale, gratuitously.]

1. To go and sit unbidden in another's house.

2. To enter another's premises with dishonest intentions.

3. To happen in; to come in by chance.

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