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e

indef.,art., but never proceded by a preposition (cf. te), and used essentially for nominal and nominalising predication, where English uses a form of be or have. E motoka tera ake, there is a car coming; E tamaiti maroiroi e te kite a Puka, Puka is an industrious and clever boy; E enua manea taua enua ra, ko Pukapuka, it

tapu

the first catch of fish in a new boat.

akanoanoa

Make com-mon, insignificant, vulgar.