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1. nvt. Tapa soaking, to soak tapa.

2. (Cap.) n. Name of a goddess worshipped by tapa makers.

s The god of those who pounded or manufactured kapa; he akua no ka poe kuku kapa.

2. The office of the person who moistened the kapa during the process of pounding it.

Lauhuki (lă'u-hū'-ki), n.

/ lă'u-hū'-ki / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. The goddess of those who pounded or manufactured tapa; he akua no ka poe kuku kapa.

2. The office of the person who moistened the tapa during the process of pounding it.

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