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Kapua

Definition of the noun KAPUA

What does KAPUA mean as a name of something?

Kapua is a genus of Bombyliidae, described by Lambkin & Yeates in Lambkin, Yeates & Greathead in 2003.

Kapua is a genus of Gastropoda, described by Marwick in 1931.

Kapua is a subgenus of Epitoniidae, described by Marwick in 1931.

Phrases with Kapua

  1. Kapua Chinalaurel
  2. Species Kapua Westralica
  3. Genus Kapua
  4. Nuculana Kapua
  5. Tetragnatha kapua
  6. Species Nuculana Kapua
  7. species Tetragnatha kapua

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Kapua

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Google previewWise Secrets of Aloha (2007)

Learn and Live the Sacred Art of Lomilomi by Harry Uhane Jim, Garnette Arledge

Kupua is belief systems, kapua means flower. yet they are so misunderstood for doing so. "They always. 121 Lessons from the Hawaiian Workshop.

Google previewNew Zealand Māori Word Encyclopedia (2007)

by Sally-Anne Lambert

/ au / awe / ipu / kapua / pfiao / purehu ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the New Zealand Language, and a Concise Grammar (1852)

To which is Added a Selection of Colloquial Sentences by William Williams

Kapua, s. A cloud. E omaki ana te kapua ; The cloud is moving swiftly. Kapukapu, *. Sole of the foot. Kapukapu, v. To curl as a wave. Ka kapukapu mai te ngaru ; The' wave curls over.

Google previewThe Lexicon of Proto-Oceanic (2007)

The Culture and Environment of Ancestral Oceanic Society. The physical environment. Volume 2 by Malcolm Ross, Andrew Pawley, Meredith Osmond

opua gabua kapua kapua 'fog, ...

Google previewA dictionary of the Sunda language of Java (1862)

by Jonathan Rigg

(From anak, prefixed kapua 2 At Batavia and in the neighbourhood Kapomakan are the children of one's brother or sister; kaponakan misan, children of a cousin. Fr.) Kap or od, stollen — a vulgar expression. Kaprah, of the average rate or quality; something that every one does; universally admitted. Paré na kaprah, the paddy is an average crop-is fair. Kaprah lalaki évéan, men as a rule take wives. Nu sugih kaprah bogah kawasa, Rich men are universally admitted to have power.

Google previewA Classical Dictionary of Hindu Mythology, and Religion, Geography, History, and Literature (2004)

by John Dowson

KapUa— Loka-palas. Kapi-prabhu ) Kapi-ratha j Kapiseya— Kapisa. Kapi-vaktra = Narada. Karambhad = Pushan. Karambhi, 69. Karburi=Devl. Karburas = Rakghasas. Kardama — Angiras, Daksha 77. Karenu-mati — Nakula. Kari-mukha= Ganesst. Karma-kanda — Veda 345. Kanua-sakshi = Sury a. Karna-moti = Devi. Karwa- parva, 191. Kami — Ugrasena. Karreikachala = Mem. Karpura-manjarl— Raja Sekhara.

Google previewThe Raupo Essential Maori Dictionary (2012)

by Ross Calman

be snatched kapowai dragon-fly kapu palm of hand; soleof foot; cup kapu hēki eggcup kapua cloud kāpui to lace (shoes) kara colour; flag karaeheclass ...

Google previewThe treasury of languages, a rudimentary dictionary of universal philology [signed J.B.]. (1873)

" KAPUA. Dayak : sub- dialect of BlaJu, vernacular in Borneo. KAPWI. Monosyllabic : a dialect spoken to the N.W. of the Burmese Empire. KARAGA. Dialects of Kamskadal, vernacular in E. Asia. KARAGAS. Alatyan : Tatar dialect of Siberia, allied to Koiral ; Vocaby. by Castren. KARAITE. Dialect of Heretical, or reformed, Jews who reject the Talmud, ...

Google previewThe Complete English-Maori Dictionary (2013)

by Bruce Biggs

fungus, edible kapua, keekeke, wairuru. fungus, Jew's ear haakeekeke, haakekakeka, hakeka, hakeke, hookeke, paheke. fungus, like a whakaharore. fungus, net-like kookirikiri-whetuu, korokoro-whetuu, matakupenga, paru whatitiri, pukurau, tiko whatitiri, tuutae keehua, tuutae whatitiri. fungus, soft inedible terrestrial manauhea. fungus, white edible tiipaa, tuupaa. fungus, woody kapurangi, puutawa. fungus growing ...

Google previewRaupo Pocket Dictionary Of Modern Maori (2009)

by P M Ryan

kaponga tree fern, hut made of tree fern kaporeihana corporation, incorporation Kaporeihana āwhina Hunga Whara Accident Compensation Corporation kapowai dragonfly, water turbine kapu cup,hollow of hand, cabbage tree, crayfish tail, scoop water kapu piripiriafrohaircut kapua cloud kapukapusole, curlofwave, gush, gleam kapunga handful, scoopwith both hands kāpūngāwhā sedge, hollow -stem sedge kapuni natural gas kāpunipuni assembly, compressed natural gas kāpura ...

Google previewAn Etymological and Explanatory Dictionary of the Terms and Language of Geology (1839)

Designed for the Early Student, and Those who Have Not Made Great Progress in that Science by George Roberts

PoDocARYA (Tovc, pous, a foot ; kapua, carya, nuts); a genus of fossil plants, so named from the position of the seeds or nuts upon foot-stalks composed of long rigid fibres. Poecilitic, also PoikiLITIC (touri)\oc, poikilos, variegated); a term suggested to be applied to the entire 138.

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Scrabble value of K5A1P3U1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 11 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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