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pauku Andrews, Haw to Eng / PAU-KU /,

v., To curve, as the curve of a canoe.

2. To be divided into bits or small parts. Mel. Sol. 1:11.

3. To cut up into short pieces.

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pauku Andrews, Haw to Eng / PAU-KU /,

s., A bit of a thing; a piece cut off; a fraction; a portion.

2. Specifically, a verse or stanza of a hymn; a verse or small portion of Scripture; a section of a book. Laieik. 111.

3. A small lot of land next less in size than a moo.

4. An age; a period of time.

5. The length from the ends of the fingers of one hand to the elbow of the opposite arm when both are extended.

6. In geometry, a cylinder. Ana Hon. 29.

Tags: religion time anatomy math

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pauku Parker, Haw to Eng / pā'u-kū' /,

n., The cleats which support the seats on a canoe. (The better word is pouku.)

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pauku Parker, Haw to Eng / pā'u-kū' /,

1. n., A bit of a thing; a piece cut off; a fraction; a portion.

2. n., Specifically, a verse or stanza of a hymn; a verse or small portion of Scripture; a section of a book. Laieik. p. 111.

3. n., A small lot of land next less in size than a moo.

4. n., An age; a period of time.

5. n., The length from the ends of the fingers of one hand to the elbow of the opposite arm when both are extended,

6. n., In geometry, a cylinder.

Tags: religion time anatomy math

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