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kaipukahu

1. (noun) abundance, plenty.

Kua ngaro ērā wā o te kaipukahu i te kaha nui o ngā tāruke maitai e karapoti ana i ngā whenua kōura o te takutai o Te Whānau-ā-Apanui (WT 2013:69). / That era of abundance has gone because there are so many steel crayfish pots hedging in the crayfish grounds of Te Whānau-ā-Apanui's coast.

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Synonyms: maruru, ngahue, maha, makuru, nui, makurutanga, mahi, hira, huhua, huhuatanga, humi, pukahu, rahinga, ranea, tōnuitanga, harahara

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