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AHO (iii) S. Open space. AHOAHOA II aho (i) AHOMAINOA II aho (i) AHoMAINOA = hOmainoa II abo (1) AHOPAU II aho (i) AHOPOTO II aho (i) AHORE S. A variety of fish; the kaMa when small. VHI, ANA AHOROA II abo (i) AHU (i) P. To heap, build up, form a mound of earth. GTN To remove from the soil for the pur· ABU (6) pose of transplanting, keeping earth packed around the roots. To build-, pile-, heap-, up; to move upward, to ascend; as steam, or land thrust up from below. To fashion or form. S. An artificially raised platform or mound of earth; as in a marae; a walled platform.

Ea (i)] P_ To rise up; as out of a hole. S. An ariser. M. Rising. & ANA VHI (il) A thing arising; an ariser. ae Oontinuously rising. I ae. va, ae. va High, lofty; as a high tree. vaeva, aevaeva [? va] Very high, lofty, towering over; as a cloud or very high tree. AEA S. The transverse brace of the kupel)a fishnet_ FAG I aea-raro The brace nearest the rounded end. I aea-rul)a The brace farthest from the rounded end. AIJI AIJA (ii) [? +- al)& (i)] P. ] TKP, ANA AI]A (iii) P. To receive, accept.

Long-lived, of ripe years. AHO (ii) S. Radiant light; as opposed to diffused light. aho To cause radiant light. Lit. -shining-light; represent· ed by a flat coral slab on the Marae called Te-moe-o-fakaaho. NAP, HAO A god name or epithet. AHO (iii) S. Open space. AHOAHOA II aho (i) AHOMAINOA II aho (i) AHoMAINOA = hOmainoa II abo (1) AHOPAU II aho (i) AHOPOTO II aho (i) AHORE S. A variety of fish; the kaMa when small. VHI, ANA AHOROA II abo (i) AHU (i) P. To heap, build up, form a mound of earth.

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