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n., Oven, furnace (Ezek. 22.20); a heap of rocks placed in the sea for small fish such as the manini to hide in: this was surrounded by a net and the fish were caught.

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    • PPN ʻumu.

Nā LepiliTags: food

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v. To bake, as in an oven; to dig; to heat; to cover up; to do all that belonged to the process of baking food under ground. See IMU.

2. To collect; to place together; to leave together, as in making an oven.

s. An oven. Oihk. 2:4. A place for baking food; a furnace. Neh. 3:11. Umu hooheehee, a furnace for melting metals. Ezek. 22:20.

An oven; a place for baking food; a furnace: umu hooheehee, a furnace for melting metals. Now more generally called imu.

Same as hooumu.

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