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1. vi., To put forth buds, to bud; green.

  • Examples:
    • Mamaka hou, to bud anew.
  • Cf. maka, bud.

2. n., A variety of kava.

  • References:
    • HP 202.

Nā LepiliTags: flora

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1. nvi., Horizontal carrying stick, borne over the shoulders; to carry this stick.

  • Examples:
    • Ua māmaka lākou i ka huakaʻi a ke aliʻi, they bore carrying sticks on the chief's journey.

2. n., A game: one person grasps his own ankles from the back; others stick a māmaka pole between his arms and his back and carry him, as they would a bundle. A more difficult variant is that one person may attempt to carry two persons single-handed.

3. n., Bearer, traveler.

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v., To travel in company; to go in bands; e hele huakai.

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s., Name of the stick on which Hawaiians carry burdens across the shoulders. See also auamo and aumaka.

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adj., Horizontal.

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māmaka

/ mā'-mă'-ka / Parker Haw to Eng,

n., A stick on which burdens are carried across the shoulders, called also auamo and aumaka.

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māmaka

/ mā'-mă'-ka / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. v., To travel in company; to go in bands; e hele huakai.

2. v., To carry on a māmaka.

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