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1. vt. To nudge, push, jostle. Cf. kuke kū. hoʻo.kuke To shoo, drive off, banish, expel, oust, evict, eject. (PEP tute.)

2. n. Thin type of adze (2.5 or 4 cm wide), as used for finer work in handicraft. Also lipi kuke.

3. nvt. Cook; to cook. Eng.

4. nvi. Customs, duty; to be on duty or watch (Kel. 115). Eng. Hole kuke, customhouse. Uku i nā kuke, pay duties.

5. Also duke n. Duke. Eng. Duke wahine, duchess.

See lumi kuke. Kumu paina Kuke. Cook pine. Also paina Kuke.

v. Ku and ke, to drive off. To drive or force away.

2. To hunch or push off, i. e., to give a hint with the elbow to go.

3. Hoo. To cast out; to expel; to drive away. Nah. 32:21.

4. To be angry at.

s. A thin kind of adze, chisel shaped.

s. Eng. A cook.

1. n., A thin kind of adze, chisel-shaped and about an inch or inch and a half in width, used for the finer work in handicraft.

2. n.,[Eng.] A cook.

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Kuke (kū'-ke), v.

/ kū'-ke / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. To nudge; to push gently.

2. To hunch or push off, that is, to give a hint with the elbow to go.

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