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nvi. Child sired by other than the husband, but accepted by both husband and sire; this acceptance increased the number of relatives of the child who gave their loyalty to him as kinsmen; it thus fostered the prestige of children of chiefs; translated “adulterous” in the 1843 Bible (Mar. 8.38), but changed in later editions. Poʻo lua ʻia (Ii 152), to be doubly fathered.

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