tapatoa, tapa toá tape, tapê

tapau,  s. gum, pitch, rosin; fig. obstinacy.
— s. lead, or pewter, any metal that will melt. [Dav : 8113]
tapâu,  s. a platted piece of cocoanut leaves used by the priests to direct their prayers, like the rosary of the Roman Catholics. [Dav : 8114] (note)
tapau,  s. gomme, poix, résine; plomb, métal fondu; entêtement. [Jau :4097] (note)