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n. Gourd prayer offered during ceremonies, accompanying removal of a boy from his mother to the men's eating house; the sacrificed pig's ear was placed in a gourd hanging about the neck of an image of Lono; the child was referred to in the prayer as a gourd.

E huli iā “pule ipu” ma Ulukau.

Search for “pule ipu” on Ulukau.

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