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paku Pukui-Elbert Haw to Eng,

vt., To send away, expel; to unite portions of tapa by beating.

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paku Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

hamani To block (a shot), in basketball. Dic., ext. mng. See entries below. Paku ʻino. To roof. Ua paku ʻino ʻia kā ia nei e ia ala. He was roofed by that guy.

paku Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

hamani To block (the ball), in volleyball. Dic., ext. mng. Also pālulu. See ʻai hele wale. Mea paku. Blocker. Also paku.

paku Māmaka Kaiao Haw to Eng,

ʻaʻano Physical, as a scientific term relating to physical matter. Sh. pōhaku. Cf. kālaiaopaku. Nā ʻanopili paku. Physical properties.

PA-KU Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. Pa, a wall, and ku, to stand. To partition off; to guard; to defend; to shield one from harm; manao iho la au e haliu ae i ko kakou Haku me ka i aku, e paku mai oe ia'u; to parry off; to defend by some means; a paku aku la na kanaka i ka moena no ka pu, and the people put up their mats as a defense against the guns.

2. To cast away; to drive off; to tread or trample down; e hahi, e hehi, e peku.

PA-KU Andrews Haw to Eng,

v. See PAHU. To burst out, as grain from a bag, or as matter from a boil. NOTE.—This is perhaps a mistake for pahu, but the manuscript was very plain.

PA-KU Andrews Haw to Eng,

s. A partition, as of a house.

2. The wall of a small inclosure.

3. A defense; a place of security. Hal. 89:18.

4. A shield; a veil concealing something. Puk. 26:31. A hanging division; a curtain. Puk. 27:15. NOTE.—The partitions or pakus in the houses of former times, where the people had any at all, were nothing more than kapas or mats hung up.

5. A division; that which makes a place to be separated from another place.

6. A uniting or joining or sewing of two pieces of kapa.

7. A uniting of two pieces of wauke by beating to make one kapa.

Paku (pă'-kū'), n. / pă'-kū' / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A partition, as of a house.

2. The wall of a small inclosure.

3. A defense; a place of security. Hal. 89:18.

4. A shield; a veil concealing something. Puk. 26:31. A hanging division; a curtain. Puk. 27:15. (The partitions or paku in the houses of former times, where the people had any at all, were nothing more than tapa or mats hung up.)

Paku (pā'-kū'), v. / pā'-kū' / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Pa, a wall, and ku, to stand.] To partition off, to guard; to defend; to shield one from harm: manao iho la au e haliu ae i ko kakou Haku me ka i aku, e paku mai oe ia'u; to parry off; to defend by some means; a paku aku la na kanaka i ka moena no ka pu, and the people put up their mats as a defense against the guns.

Paku (pā-kū'), v. / pā-kū' / Parker Haw to Eng,

To burst out, as grain from a bag, or as matter from a boil. Syn: Pahu.

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