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n. Pound (Eng.), balance, scales, weight. Cf. kaupaona. Mea ʻono paona, pound cake. Hoʻonui nā paona, to gain weight.

kikino Pound, a unit of weight. Dic. Abb. pon.

s. Eng. A pound in money; twenty shillings.

2. A pound in weight. Oihk. 19:35.

3. An instrument to weigh with; a balance; scales, &c. This is sometimes written pauna.

v. To weigh; to use the instruments of weighing. Oihk. 19:36.

Paona (pă'-ō'-na), n.

/ pă'-ō'-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Eng.]

1. A pound in money; twenty shillings.

2. A pound in weight.

3. An instrument to weigh with; a balance, scales.

Paona (pā'-ŏ-na), n.

/ pā'-ŏ-na / Haw to Eng, Parker,

1. Pound.

2. Weight.

3. Contrivance for weighing.

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