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ipu Play

1. (noun) container, bowl, vessel, calabash, urn, vase, mug - vessel for holding anything, but especially liquids.

I te weheruatanga o te pō ka kawea mai te ipu kawhe hei inu māna, he mea kia kore ai ia e hiamoe (TWMNT 23/3/1875:69). / In the middle of the night a mug of coffee was brought for him to drink so that he would not become sleepy.


ipu tuha Play

1. (noun) spittoon.


ipu iriiri Play

1. (noun) font - receptacle in a church for baptismal water.

Ko te ipu iriiri he mea whakairo (TTT 1/3/1926:365). / The font was carved.


ipu kiniuku Play

1. (noun) pinch pot.

Ko te kōmiri uku, arā, ka kinikinitia te uku, ka pēhia, ka kōtēngia, ka kōmiria kia puta ai te āhua e hiahiatia ana. Mēnā he ipu te hua o tēnei tikanga mahi, ka kīia he ipu kiniuku (RTA 2014:198). / Moulding clay, that is, the clay is pinched, pressed, squeezed and rubbed so that the desired form is achieved. If the result of this process is a pot, that is called a pinch pot.


ipu kōrero Play

1. (noun) rattle-type objects - poi or other objects made from dried flax leaves that have curled into straw-like tubes with handles woven from muka (flax fibre).


ipu pere Play

1. (noun) bell jar.


ipu matū wē Play

1. (noun) reagent bottle.


ipu ine-kītanga Play

1. (noun) measuring jug.


Ipu o te Ao Play

1. (noun) World Cup.


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