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kuapaʻa

/ kua.paʻa / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. nvs., Slave, bond servant; hard labor; oppressed, enslaved; slavish, back-breaking, servile, downtrodden.

2. n., The chiton (Acanthochiton viridis), a small sea creature used in the māwaewae ceremony for babies.

3. n., A variety of destructive caterpillar.

4. vs., Parched and dried, as breadfruit.

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