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(-a, -ia), fq. kamo.

    1. Blink, wink. Kua kamokamo aia i tona mata, e kua aue. He blinked his eyes and cried; E tamaine kamokamoia a Rangi e te tamariki tamaroa. Rangi is always getting winked at by the boys.
    2. Twinkle, flicker. Me akara koe ki te opunga, ka kite koe i te etu maata i te kamokamo-anga. If you look towards the west, youll see a big star twinkling; kua kamokamo te ka o te mori . The lamp flame flickered.
    3. Beckon, wave the hand. Kua kamokamo mai aia i tona rima kia aere atu au. He waved his hand for me to come; kua kamokamo atura aia ki tona rima kia muteki atu ratou, but he, beckoning unto them with the hand to hold their peace (Acts 12.17); Kua kamokamo atura ratou ki to ratou aronga ki runga i tetai pai. And they beckoned to their partners which were in the other ship (Luke 5.7). [kamo RR.]

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