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(-ia). Steal (something), rob (a place); thief, robber. Na te tamariki i keia i ta matou ua moa. The children stole our eggs; Kua keiaia to matou toa. Our shop has been robbed; Kua mou te tangata keia i te puaka a matou. The man who stole our pig has been caught; E akara koe i te apinga keia a teia tamaiti. Look at the stolen goods this boy has; Kua tomo poiri te keia ki roto i to matou are. The thief entered our house secretly; mei te keia i te po ra, like a thief in the night (2 Pet. 3.10). Tata keia, forge. Kua tata keia aia i toku ingoa. He forged my signature. Nenei keia, forge. Kua nenei keia aia i te moni. He forged the money. (See keikeia.) [Pn. *kai-haa.]

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