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(-a, -ia),.v.i. Be full, f (intr.) teem; Fullness, bounty, wealth. Kua ki ta matou pia i te remene. Our box is full of lemons; E pia anani ki teia. Here is a full box of oranges; ki i te mataku (mataora, riri, tutua, repo, kou), full of fear (joy, anger, fleas, dirt, mist); ki ia e te repo, full of dirt; Kua pamu te tamaiti i tona patikara kia ki . The boy pumped his bicycle right up; Kua apa ki te moina vai. The bottle of water is half-full; Kare i ki ake te marama. The moon hasn’t reached full yet; Ei teia ki anga marama i mua e akataka ai te maito. The maito fish w be congregating at this coming full moon; te ki o te moana, the bounty of the ocean; No Iehova oki te enua, e tona ki katoa. For the earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof (1 Cor. 10.26); I aere taaka ua mai ratou ki konei, i oki raua ma te ki . They came here destitute and went back wealthy. (See taki ; (ta-)kiki ; (ta-)ki ki .)

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