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1. n., General name for gourd plant (also ipu).

2. n., Earthen vessel (RSV), potsherd (KJV).

  • References:
    • Sol. 26.23.

3. n., A climbing legume (Canavalia sericea) native to central and southeastern Pacific Islands, now established in Hawaiʻi. Each leaf has three silky-hairy, rounded leaflets; flowers are rose-colored; and the flat, tan pods contain three or four seeds apiece.

  • References:
    • Neal 464.

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s. A broken piece of calabash.

2. A water calabash.

3. A piece of the bitter calabash; a potsherd. Sol. 26:33. Hookomo i ka apana pohue maloko o ka malo; unuhi ae la ia i ke pohue mai kona aoao ae: i ae la.

adj. Of or pertaining to a gourd or calabash; elua ipu, he ipu laau, he ipu pohue. Hana hou no i hale pohue.

adj., Of or pertaining to a gourd or calabash; elua ipu, he ipu laau. he ipu pohue: Hana hou no i hale pohue.

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Pohue (pŏ-hū'-e), n.

/ pŏ-hū'-e / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A broken piece of calabash.

2. A water calabash.

3. A piece of the bitter calabash.

4. A potsherd.

Pohue (po'-hue):

/ po'-hue / Parker Haw to Eng,

gourd. Land section, Hana, Maui.

Bay, beach, dive site, petroglyphs, surf site, Kaʻū, Hawaiʻi. Small calcareous sand beach at the head of Pōhue Bay. An extensive petroglyph field and other archaeological sites are located on the eastern margin of the bay between the beach and Puʻu Kī, the littoral cone that forms the east point of the bay. The dive site is west of Puʻu Kī at approximately 55 feet. The surf site is off the beach. Also known as Glover's Beach and Kahuku Beach. Lit., gourd.

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