RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe E

RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe E


RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe E


E

  • ê, yes.
  • e...é, disjunct vocative marker.E vovo é! Girl! E te matu'a é! Father!
  • ea, to rise, to get up. Ka ea ki táû rikiriki tâtou. Let's get up and play a little game of war.
  • e'eo, to smell of urine. Ku e'eo á te kahu o te poki. The child's clothing smells of urine.
  • eepe, stout, corpulent. Ai te pú o te hakari o te puaka, ku eepe-ké-ké á. This is the circumference of the animal's body, it is extraordinarily corpulent.
  • eete, disgusting, ugly; often used jocularly to refer to persons: tou eete era, that fellow. Ku eete á tooku manava. I am revolted by (mo...), I am disgusted at (ki...).
  • eeti, to strip off the bark or hard skin with the teeth.
  • ego, egoego, slightly soiled. Mata ego eyes showing traces of having wept.
  • ehu ûa, drizzle.
  • êi, lampoon, song composed to ridicule or to defame.
  • éka-éka, cysts.
  • eke, to climb, to mount, to mount (a female for copulating), to surface (of fish), and by extension, to bite; he eke te kahi the tuna bites.
  • ékiéki, to sob.
  • ekó, definitely, certainly (used in conjunction with ina not). Ina koe ekó toke. Thou shalt not steal. Ina au ekó oho. I certainly will not go. Ina ekó tehe te vai. The water definitely can't flow.
  • emu, to sink, to founder.
  • eo, pleasant smell, fragrance, perfume. Eo ké! What a nice smell!
  • éoéo, ashes. Eoeo reherehe "weak ashes": a coward. Ure eoeo reherehe te Mokomae, he poko'o i te piko. The Mokomae were a cowardly clan, they used to hand over those hiding (from their enemies after a defeat, i.e. war refugees).
  • epa, to extend horizontally, to jut out.
  • epe, earlobe.
  • era á, formerly, long ago. Ku oti era á He has finished it long ago, it has been finished for a long time. (antonym: iho á recently, just).
  • eve,
    1. buttocks; taki eve coccyx; uho eve part between coccyx and anus.
    2. figuratively: protection. Ana oho au, e hoki koe ki raro ki te eve o to'u matu'a When I go, go back under your father's protection.
  • eveerua, tattler, gossip. E ata-kahara taau vânaga rakerake, o kî ró koe ki a tou kope era, o oho ró, o haaki ró: tagata eveerua. Be careful with your criticisms, lest you tell that man, and he goes and spreads them: he is a telltale.

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