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v.i. Small (in size, amount, degree, number). Kua meangiti te ka o te mori no te mea kua pou te karatini. The flame of the lamp is small because the paraffin has run out; Kua meangiti mai te akae i te mata oou. The swelling in your eye is going down; E apai mai koe i te anani meangiti. Bring me the small orange; No te meangiti iaia, kua kimi ratou i tetai tamaiti amaata ake ei mono iaia. Because he was small, they looked for a rather bigger boy to replace him; Kua aere meangiti ua mai aia ki Mangaia nei. He came here to Mangaia when he was quite small; No te meangiti i tona reo, kua akavaitata mai ratou kia rongo meitaki i tana tuatua. His voice was so low that they came closer to hear what he said; meangiti mai i te paunu, less than a pound; NO te pakari i te ua i meangiti ei te tamariki i te apii i teia ra. It is because the rain is so heavy that there are so few children at school today; i toku meangiti-anga, when I was little. [mea, ? -ng(a)2, iti.]

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