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poi Hawaiian; bread baked from dough made with starchy fruit or tubers, unripe banana, taro or cocoyam that is left for several days or weeks to undergo a lactic acid fermentation before drying or baking.

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poi, slightly fermented, sticky food paste eaten in the Pacific islands, usually accompanied with meat, fish, or vegetables. It is made by grinding or pounding the roasted, peeled roots of the taro.

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poi (It.). Then, e.g. (after some direction for the repetition of a passage) poi la coda, then the coda.

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