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Ea (i)] P_ To rise up; as out of a hole. S. An ariser. M. Rising. & ANA VHI (il) A thing arising; an ariser. ae Oontinuously rising. I ae. va, ae. va High, lofty; as a high tree. vaeva, aevaeva [? va] Very high, lofty, towering over; as a cloud or very high tree. AEA S. The transverse brace of the kupel)a fishnet_ FAG I aea-raro The brace nearest the rounded end. I aea-rul)a The brace farthest from the rounded end. AIJI AIJA (ii) [? +- al)& (i)] P. ] TKP, ANA AI]A (iii) P. To receive, accept.
Durative. Derived from an English form. Esoteric; used mainly with reference to cosmogonic and religious knowledge. Etymologically. Figuratively. Frequentative. Freely. Intensificative. Interjective. Literally. Locution. Modifier usage; considered similar to an English adjective when modifying a substantive, an adverb when modifying a predicative; by position. Magnificati ve. Modern or contemporary usage. Mythologically. Numerative. Archaic or obsolete usage. PredicaUve usage; sLmilar to the English 'verb', by position.
Abi (iii)] S_ The level surface of the reef exclusive of dry sand or jumbled rock bordering the land where vegetation commences, when not covered by the tide; [when covered by the tide it is called rotoakau]. 'AHINI = KAmNI AmNUNUI II ahi (i) AmO II hiD (i) AmOHIO II hiD (i) AHIPIHAPIHA II abi (i) AmRO II biro (i) AmTAIJA S. A personal name. VHI AHITAIJATA II abi (i) AHO (i) P. Obs. To palpitate; as the heart. To breathe; as the IUTIlgs; [survives only in compounds]. S. The breath, breathing.
A Dictionary of Some Tuamotuan Dialects of the Polynesian Language by J. Frank Stimson (auth.)