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v. See POI, v. To cover; to cover up, as a vessel or container; to stop, as with a bung.

2. To overwhelm, as water. Puk. 14:28. To come upon suddenly, as a cold breeze; ia manawa, popoi mai la ke anu i ka aha lealea. Laieik. 121.

3. To rise up against, as a robber against a traveler. Kanl. 19:11. To fall upon, as banditti. Iob. 1:16.

4. Hoo. To cover up; to overwhelm, as the sea or as the surf. Kanl. 11:4. To break, as the surf over the reef. See POIPOI.

s. A bung; a stopper for any orifice.

2. The place where the surf, on approaching the shore, rises high and breaks with roaring noise; the combing of the surf.

Popoi haki kauhola,

Kahela ka malu o ka pae Jauhala.

Popoi (pŏ-po'i), n.

/ pŏ-po'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

1. A bung; a stopper for any orifice.

2. The action of the surf on approaching the shore, when it rises high and breaks witli roaring noises; combing of the surf.
Ponoi haki kauholo,
Kahela ka nalu o ka pae laahala.

Popoi (pŏ-po'i), v.

/ pŏ-po'i / Parker Haw to Eng,

[Poi, to cover.]

1. To cover; to cover up, as a vessel or container; to stop, as with a bung.

2. To overwhelm, as water; to come upon suddenly, as a cold breeze: ia manawa, popoi mai la ke anu i ka aha lea-lea.-Laieik. p. 121.

3. To rise up against, as a robber against a traveler; to fall upon.

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