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papahola

/ papa.hola / Haw to Eng, Pukui-Elbert,

1. n., Face of a clock or watch.

2. n., Level pavement beside a heiau.

  • References:
    • Malo 162.

3. n., Priests who prohibited noise during taboo.

4. n., Division of spoils among the victors.

  • Rare

Nā LepiliTags: time religion rare

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s. Papa and hola, spread out. The front of a heiau, in other cases called a kahua, i. e., mostly an artificial level place on which the heiau was built, but containing a greater surface than the building; hence, a court; a yard in front of a temple. 2 Nal. 1:2.

Papahola (pă'-pă-hō'-la), n.

/ pă'-pă-hō'-la / Haw to Eng, Parker,

[Papa, a flat surface, and hola, spread out.]

1. The front of a heiau or temple, a kahua, that is, an artificial level place on which the heiau was built, but containing a greater surface than the building; hence, a court; a yard in front of a temple.

2. A place of entering.

3. Division of the spoils among the victors.

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