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" An ubu or prayer was offered before they ate their food, when they tilled their ground, planted their gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their... "
Polynesian Researches, During a Residence of Nearly Six Years in the South ... - Page 216
de William Ellis - 1829 - 576 pages
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Polynesian Researches During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - 1831 - 448 pages
...gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their shores,...which the god should not receive such acknowledgment. The bure arii, a ceremony in which the king acknowledged the supremacy of the gods, was attended with...
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Polynesian Researches: During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - 1833 - 342 pages
...gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their shores,...regarded as sacred, were conveyed to the altar. The first fruits of their orchards and gardens were also taumaha, or offered with a portion of their live-stock,...
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Polynesian Researches: During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - 1833 - 344 pages
...gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their shores,...regarded as sacred, were conveyed to the altar. The first fruits of their orchards and gardens were also taumaha, or offered with a portion of their live-stock,...
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A History of the Church: From the Birth of Christ to the Present Time ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - 1834 - 562 pages
...gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their shores,...regarded as sacred, were conveyed to the altar. The first fruits of their orchards and gardens were also taumaha, or offered, with a portion of their live...
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Polynesian Researches During a Residence of Nearly Eight Years in ..., Volume 1

William Ellis - 1831 - 446 pages
...gardens, built their houses, launched their canoes, cast their nets, and commenced or concluded a journey. The first fish taken periodically on their shores,...which the god should not receive such acknowledgment. The bure arii, a ceremony in which the king acknowledged the supremacy of the gods,, was' attended...
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 2

James George Frazer - 1890 - 430 pages
...in the form of an eel presented the first-fruits of their taro plantations to the eel.* In Tahiti " the first fish taken periodically on their shores,...first-fruits of their orchards and gardens were also tatima/ia, or offered, with a portion of their live stock, which consisted of pigs, dogs, and fowls,...
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Killing the god

James George Frazer - 1900 - 492 pages
...in the form of an eel presented the first-fruits of their taro plantations to the eel.3 In Tahiti " the first fish taken periodically on their shores,...also taumaha, or offered, with a portion of their live stock, which consisted of pigs, dogs, and fowls, as it was supposed death would be inflicted on...
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Killing the god

James George Frazer - 1900 - 500 pages
...first-fruits of their orchards and gardens were also taumaha, or offered, with a portion of their live stock, which consisted of pigs, dogs, and fowls, as it was...which the god should not receive such acknowledgment." 4 In Huahine, one of the Society Islands, the first-fruits were presented to the god Tani. A poor person...
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The Golden Bough: pt. 1-2. Spirits of the corn and of the wild. 1912

James George Frazer - 1912 - 402 pages
...the first-fruits of ofhpoty"'s their taro plantations to the eel.3 In Tahiti " the first fish nesia. taken periodically on their shores, together with...first-fruits of their orchards and gardens were also taumalta, or offered, with a portion of their live stock, which consisted of pigs, dogs, and fowls,...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1852 - 652 pages
...the first fruits of the orchard and gardens, were always given to the gods ; as it was supposed that death would be inflicted on the owner or the occupant of the land, if the god did not receive such acknowledgment. These corresponding customs are, at least, indications...
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