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v. Maka and pouli, darkness. To faint; to fail for want of strength; to be dizzy; e poniuniu.

s. The darkness that precedes fainting.

Makapouli (mă'-kă-pō'-ū'-li), n.

/ mă'-kă-pō'-ū'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

The sensation of darkness that precedes fainting.

Makapouli (mă'-kă-pō'-ū'-li), v.

/ mă'-kă-pō'-ū'-li / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Maka, eye, and pouli, darkness.] To faint; to fail for want of strength; to be dizzy; e poniuniu.

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