utoutou utua, utuá

utu,  s. the lip, bill of a bird, edge of a thing.
— s. the long snout of certain fishes.
— s. the hair from the head of a slain enemy, that was taken to the marae; the first person that fell at the commencement of hostilities.
— s. (ugutu, kutu, Malay, kutu,) a louse.
— s. a present to visitors, as a token of peace. [Dav : 9726] (note)
utu,  s. pou. [Jau :5094]
utu,  s. lèvre, bec, bord; bouche; premier tué au combat; présent à un visiteur. - Niá, lèvre supérieure. - Raro, lèvre inférieure. - Mehameha, grimaces des lèvres. Meumeu, lèvres grosses. - Nui, lèvres en pointe. - Paa, croutes aux lèvres. - Peepee, lèvres perverses; grondeuse. - Pehepehe, chanteuse. - Raíraí, grondeuse. [Jau :5095] (note)