Māhū (Hawaii) – in Native Hawaiian culture this refers to an individual who may be considered third-gendered with characteristics of both sexes, usually a male to female. In contemporary Hawaii the word is also used to describe people who are transgender, transvestites, or gay.
1.) A dirty, scandalous broad with no ambitions in life. The hood is her stomping ground. 2.) A girl with a loose caboose who loves giving fellatio. 3.) An empty-headed, irresponsible girl.