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uru,  s. (ulu,) the general name of the bread fruit tree and fruit (arto carpus); see maiore. There are at Tahiti between 20 and 30 species, and as many names.
— s. a thicket of wood; also of coral in the sea.
— s. the human skull; see apu roro.
— v.a. to level the stones in a native oven.
— v.n. to pass away, as a season.
— v.n. to enter, as a ship into a harbour. [Dav : 9666] (note)
ûrû,  v.n. to be inspired, as the pretended Tahitian prophets; to be under the influence of some uncommon feeling. [Dav : 9667]
uru,  s. pa. pn. arbre à pain; bosquet; forêt; pâté de corail en végétation; crâne humain; arranger les pierres du four; s'écouler, se passer; débarquer, arriver, entrer au port. - Fara, bocage de pandanus. - Auhune, récolte de fruits à pain. - Nui, récolte abondante de ces fruits. - Paipai, fruit à pain rôti. - Pao, fruit à pain gâté en le grattant. - Pu, fruit non mur; être en vue de terre. [Jau :5062] (note)
uru,  p.n. être inspiré. - Hia, inspiré. [Jau :5063]