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Patae, Aheia, Teanoo,
Tammata, Ootoo, Ehone,
English. into each other. Thus at Otaheite yams are oobe, at Tonga oofe, at New Caledonia oobe; and here taboo is ta
foo. I, first person singular. Little rods, about five feet long,
with a tuft of hair on the
small end. Salt. A round pearl-shell. The cold arising from being in
the water. The sense of taste. A louse. To salute by applying one nose
to the other. Ehogge at New Zealand, and Ehoe at Ota
heite. A sore of any kind. Cured; recovered; alive; well. A shark. The. An instrument made of a shark's
tooth fixed on a wooden han
dle, to cut with An adjunct, as at Otaheite, to
give strength to an expression. Quite done ; finished. At. That; the other. Red cloth. A fly. What is the name of that? An outrigger of a canoe. The sail of a cunoe. The mast of a canoe. The yard of a sail. Fast; secure ; sound; whole. To go; to move. Fear. An arrow.
Paoo roa, Ee, Taira, Ahoo aura, Henaro, Ehateinoa, Heweereweere, Mawaihe, Eheou, Hetoa, Ooamou, Hono, Matou, Pooa,
Atoos. Teeto, Epaee,
Ohe, Henaroo, Motoo, Ehetoo, Marama, Quameeta,
A man's name.
END OF VOLUME FIFTEENTII.