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    1. Good (general purpose term), nice, satisfactory, well (in good health), safe. E mea meitaki kia pati atu koe. It would be a good thing if you asked; Kua meitaki te initini i teianei. The engine is all right now; Ka aere taua ka tutaka eke, kua meitaki te tai i teia ra. Let’s go and hunt around for octopuses, the sea is right (i.e. calm) today; Ko te tamaiti meitaki teia i roto i to matou pupu pa poro. This is the best player in our cricket team; E angaanga meitaki, e tutaki meitaki. Good work (gets or deserves) good pay; E meitaki kino ake au ia koe i te teniti. Im a lot better than you at tennis; E tamaine meitaki tika ai a Me kia maua. May is very nice to us; E mereni meitaki teia. This is a nice melon; ka kite ei au i te meitaki o te aronga kino ra, and when I saw how well the wicked fare (Ps. 73.3); Te meitaki ua nei matou katoatoa. We are all keeping quite well; Peea koe? Meitaki rai. How are you? All right, really; Kua tae meitaki aia ki te pae one. He reached the shore safely; E aao meitaki koe i te anani. Pack the oranges well.
    2. Meitaki! Thank you! (See akameitaki, memeitaki.) [Ep. *maitaki.]

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