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1. Redup. of muku 1; amputated, mutilated, maimed; premature, as a baby. Pau nā pepeiao ā mumuku (For. 5:417), all the ears were cut off. hoʻo.mumuku Caus/sim.

2. (Cap.) n. Name of a strong wind at Ka-wai-hae, Hawaiʻi.

s. See MUKU. The name of several things cut off, or cut short; a canoe cut in two in the middle: a garment cut short or the sleeves cut off; a wind blowing over land between two mountains as if cut off from the main wind; a maimed person having lost a hand, arm or foot. Mat. 15:30. The name of a lady’s under garment is mumuku.

adj. Cut off; separated, as a member of the body, i. e., the body when the limb is separated is mumuku; cut short; too short for a designed purpose.

Mumuku (mŭ'-mū'-ku), adj.

Parker Haw to Eng,

Cut off; separated as a member of the body, that is. the body when a limb is amputated is mumuku: cut short; too short for a designed purpose.

Mumuku (mŭ'-mū-ku), n.

Parker Haw to Eng,

[Muku, to be cut off.] The name of several things cut off, or cut short; a canoe cut in two in the middle; a garment cut short or the sleeves cut off; a wind blowing over land between two mountains as if cut off from the main wind; a maimed person having lost a hand, arm or foot; a woman's undergarment.

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