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1.
poi
poi is the maori word for ball on a cord.
poi are used in a form of object manipulation commonly referred to as spinning, twirling, dancing, juggling.
this manipulation is a performance based art that often involves fire or glow poi.
that chick has some quality fire poi
por srasrodriguez 14 de Outubro de 2005
 
2.
poi
A Hawaiian dish made from the root of the kalo plant. A puree with a bitter taste, some like it others do like it. Eaten in Hawaii and other Pacific islands.
"I would like to have some poi."
por Macaw 28 de Maio de 2007
 
3.
poi
Dancing done while swinging glowsticks.
"That guy's a really talented poi dancer!"
por Kasai 11 de Março de 2005
 
4.
poi
Poi is a starchy porridge like substance made from the pounded root of the taro plant. It is a staple in Polynesian diets.

Poi is NOT a form of dancing..."poi balls" as they are called, were long ago used to extract the excess water from poi as it was being made... It wasn't until modern times that poi balls were stuffed with cotton and used as an art instead of a kitchen aide.
Ho cuz, I like grind some poi wit my poke!
por Kanitha 23 de Setembro de 2007
 
5.
Piece of Italian Shit

a racist slang that was used to counter the saying doble te which is spanish for double T which stands for taiwanese terrorist!
Me: your a Doble te!

Tawain dude: well your a pois!
por Ryan M L 08 de Outubro de 2006
 
6.
P.O.I - A short term for 'person of interest'. Used by detectives when referring to suspects.
"Look up your list of P.O.Is"-Detective 1

"Sure.. we got one. Named Herbert Chapman. All of the evidence seems to lean on him."-Detective 2

"Well, let's find out."-Detective 1
por Tallespin 02 de Janeiro de 2012
 
7.
1. Persons of Importance
2. Places of Investigation
3. Point of Interests
1. We were able to identify her as a P.O.I.
2. The distance between Green River, Utah and Charlotte, North Carolina has become a valuable of P.O.I.
3. We've found these three locations to be relevant P.O.I.
por investigatorjim 29 de Abril de 2013