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In Tahiti and the Marquesas: a paste of cooked or fermented breadfruit or banana with coconut milk, similar to the Hawaiian poi.
Mid 18th century; earliest use found in James Cook (1728–1779), explorer. From Marquesan pòpoi, Tahitian pòpoi, with the first syllable probably influenced by poi.
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