This form is used after proper names pronouns and terms of address, to mean those in company with (the aforemen-tioned). Kua aere a Mina ma ki te umu-kai. Mina and the others have gone to the feast; Na Rua ma i apai mai i teia pia vi. It was Rua
Phase of the moon (fourth to sixth nights)
Tuatua taeke, a prevarication, cover yarn. Manako taeke, idle rumour. Te arero taeke, the deceitful tongue
shook (staves of timber to be nailed into barrels crates or boxes).
Covered with water, submerged, swamped, flooded, buried (under rub-bish)