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raho

1. (noun) testicle, testis, testes.

Kia huruhuru rā anō ngā raho, kātahi anō ka whakaaetia kia uru ki ngā mahi para whakawai (PK 2008:736). / Only when the testicles eventually have hair, are they allowed to enter into the martial arts.

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2. (noun) labia majora.

Ka oti te tinana, ka kumea ngā ringaringa, ka kumea ngā waewae, ka pokaia te tara, ka kumea ngā raho, ka whakanohoia ngā puapua, ngā werewere, ngā hanahana, te katitohe, ka kumea te tonetone, ka pokaia te kumu, ka whakanohoia te piro me te puku, te mahara, te ate, ngā tākihi, te tōngāmimi, ka hangā te ārai, ka oti katoa ngā mea o te tinana (HWM 27). / When the body was completed, the arms and legs were drawn out, the vagina was pierced, the labia majora was drawn out, and the ovaries, the labia minora, the vulva, and the hymen were implanted, the clitoris was drawn out, the anus was pierced and the odour, the stomach, the spleen, the liver, the kidneys and the bladder were implanted, and the diaphragm was made and the body was completed.

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hekeri

1. (noun) testis, testes, testicle.

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