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The dehortative and cautionary particles kaua, aua, kei, belong strictly to the imperative.
Grammar of the New Zealand language (2nd edition) Robert Maunsell
For directing the sledge the following words are used: aua, aua!
The Central Eskimo Franz Boas
Ear, ochtauakay (ch guttural; aua separated; kay German, with the rest of the word).
Travels in the Interior of North America, 1832-1834, Part III (the Text Being Chapters XXVIII-XXXIII of the London Edition, 1843, and the Appendix a Combination of the Appendices of the London and German [Coblentz, 1839] Editions) Maximilian, Prinz von Wied
The nurse speaks with me of Caro; the child attends and says aua; he knows what we were talking about.
The Mind of the Child, Part II W. Preyer
noun (pl) aua
(NZ) another name for yellow-eye mullet
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a piece sung or played outdoors at dawn, usually as a compliment to someone. Historical Examples After all, that “aubade Provenale” was just the melodious story of the woods in spring. The Branding Iron Katharine Newlin Burt Sweet as any aubade of the olden time, under olive and ilex, is it not? A Speckled Bird […]
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