Definition of Tapued

1. tapu [v] - See also: tapu



Lexicographical Neighbors of Tapued

tappit hen
tappit hens
tappy
taproom
taprooms
taproot
taproots
taps
tapsman
tapsmen
tapster
tapsters
tapstry
tapt
tapu
tapued (current term)
tapuing
tapus
taqiyya
taqlid
taqua-nut
taqua nut
taqua nuts
taqueria
taquerias
taquito
taquitos
taqwa
taqwacore
tar

Literary usage of Tapued

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. New Zealand: Being a Narrative of Travels and Adventures During a Residence by Joel Samuel Polack (1838)
"... of the Fishermen — Arrival at the Cemetery of a Divinity—The deserted Districts— A tapued Village — The Mountain of Tokatoka — Traditions respecting it, ..."

2. New Zealand: Being a Narrative of Travels and Adventures During a Residence by Joel Samuel Polack (1838)
"... of the Fishermen — Arrival at the Cemetery of a Divinity—The deserted Districts— A tapued Village — The Mountain of Tokatoka — Traditions respecting it, ..."

3. The Story of New Zealand: Past and Present : Savage and Civilized by Arthur Saunders Thomson (1866)
"Neither chiefs nor priests were required to labour in the field, and whatever they touched became sacred. As it was unlawful for tapued persons to touch ..."

4. The Story of New Zealand: Past and Present--savage and Civilized by Arthur Saunders Thomson (1859)
"Neither chiefs nor priests were required to labour in the field, and whatever they touched became sacred. As it was unlawful for tapued persons to touch ..."

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