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(-ia). Have in mind, think, consider, intend, expect; thought, idea, opinion, expectation, mind. E aa toou manako? What is your opinion?; Teia toku manako. Here is what I think; I toku manako, ka ua. I think it is going to rain; E tangata manako meitaki koe. You always have a good suggestion; E tangata manako ekoko koe. You can never make up your mind; E apai koe i te manako o te oire ki te Konitara enua. Take the vage’s view to the Island Council; Kare au e arai ia koe me kua manako koe i te aere ki Pukapuka. I won’t stand in your way if you are set on going to Pukapuka; Kare aia i manako mai iaku i tona tuaanga i te piere. He didn’t think of me when he shared out the banana figs; I toou manakoanga e ka rava teia moni ei tutaki iaku? When you think about it, is this money adequate payment for me?; Kua manakoia e ka pakari te anu i teia marama. It is expected to be very cold this month; Kua ngaro tona manako. He lost his temper, (or) he forgot what he was going to say. Manako kino, spite(ful). No te manako kino ua, out of pure spite. Manakokore, heedless(ness), thought-less(ness), without ideas. E tangata manakokore tika ai koe ki taau anga-anga. You don’t give your mind to your work. Manako ora, eager, (having) a lively mind. Manako pakari, strong-minded, determined. E mapu manako pakari kia aere ki mua, a young man determined to get on. Manako rua, in two minds. Manako ua, guess(ing), imagine, fictional. E tua manako ua, an imaginary story, a fictional tale; E manako ua koe. Just make a guess. (See akamanako, (aka)manakonako.) [Pn. *manako.]

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