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nīʻaupiʻo Pukui-Elbert, Haw to Eng / nī.ʻau.piʻo /,

n., Offspring of the marriage of a high-born brother and sister, or half-brother and half-sister. Literally, bent coconut midrib, i.e., of the same stalk.

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NI-AU-PI-O Andrews, Haw to Eng,

s. Niau and pio, a chief of the highest grade. A superior or highest chief; a kapu chief; he alii kapu, he alii moi. Literally, it applies to the child of two high chiefs, i. e., father and mother both high chiefs. See KUPA AI AU, a child who enjoys, eats the land; au, region.

Niaupio (nī'-ău-pi'o), n. Parker, Haw to Eng / nī'-ău-pi'o /,

Issue of two chiefs closely related by blood; child born of the union of a brother and sister.

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