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In Eastern Polynesia: a raised platform or mound; especially a platform of earth or stone used as a memorial or (as on Easter Island) as a support for stone statues.
Early 20th century. From an Eastern Polynesian language; compare e.g. Tahitian ahu, Maori ahu, Hawaiian ahu, Rapa Nui ahu.
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