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(-ia), fq. manako. Think often, dwell upon, (have) opinions, ideas, intentions, expectations, hopes, desires. Kua manakonako rai au i te aere ki te ura, ina ra, no te maki i toku mama, no reira au i kore ei e aere. I had really been hoping to go to the dance, but I wasn’t able to because my mother was ; No tona manakonako i tona nga metua, no reira kua oki vave aia ki te enua. Because his parents were continually in his mind, he soon went back home; I te manakonakoiaanga e ratou e kia akatu-ia tetai are kava ki Rarotonga, kua patoi te tangata. Whenever they suggest-ed that a pub should be built in Rarotonga, people objected; Te vai nei te akarongo, te manakonako, e te aroa. There remain faith, hope, and love (1 Cor. 13.13). [manako Rr.]

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