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tuatua

/ ˈtuːɑːˌtuːɑː /

noun

  1. an edible marine bivalve, Paphies subtriangulata , of New Zealand waters


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tuatua1

Māori

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Example Sentences

They attain a length of about two inches, and are known to the Maoris as Tuatua or Kahitua.

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