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n. Brother or male cousin of a female, usually used only as term of address or as an affectionate variation of kaikunāne. (PPN tu(o)ngaʻane).

1. s., A game played on a board with black and white stones.

2. The relationship of a brother to a sister, generally with the prefix kai; as, kaikunane, the brother of a sister.

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Kunane (kū'-nă'-ne), n.

/ kū'-nă'-ne / Parker Haw to Eng,

A game played on a flat surface with black and white stones. It resembles the game of checkers. Same as konane.

n., The relationship of a brother to a sister, generally with the prefix kai; as, kaikunane, the brother of a sister.

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