RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe T ab te

RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe T ab te


RapaNui Sprache - Übersetzung Buchstabe T ab te


Te

  • Tehakarava, name of the part of the Poike promontory which extends from the coast to opposite Hotu iti.
  • tea,
    1. light, fair, whitish.
    2. to rise (of the moon, the stars); ku-tea-á te hetu'u ahiahi, the evening star has risen.
  • teatea, white (also: ritorito).
  • tehe,
    1. to flow, to run (of liquids), to be spilt: he tehe te vai.
    2. to spread (of light); he-tehe te ata, the first lights of dawn spread.
    3. to mark something with lines or scratches.
    4. to melt, to dissolve.
  • tehi, to sneeze.
  • teke, occiput.
  • teketeke, short (not tall); also: teke.
  • teki,
    1. to intervene in a fight; ki kakai te taû'a, he-teki te tagata, he-hakamou i te taû'a, as the enemies were fighting, a man intervened and appeased them.
    2. to jump ashore: he-teki ki uta.
    3. to jump, to leap; e-toru hanau eepe i-teki a ruga a te hanau momoko, i-ora, three hanau eepe leapt over the hanau momoko and saved their lives.
    4. to rape [but see translator's note in tekiteki below].
    5. to tread carefully and noiselessly to avoid waking up someone.
  • tekiteki,
    1. to intrude.
    2. to rape frequently; tagata tekiteki, womanizer; vî'e tekiteki, wanton woman [Translator's note: the word seems to mean sexual promiscuity rather than rape proper].
    3. to walk by hops and leaps; to limp: he-tekiteki hai va'e.
  • teko, giant (noun).
  • tere,
    1. to run, to flee, to escape from a prison.
    2. to sail a boat (also: hakatere); tere vaka, owner of a fishing boat.
    3. (deap-sea) fisherman; tere kahi, tuna fisherman; tere ho'ou, novice fisherman, one who goes deap-sea fishing for the first time. Penei te huru tûai; he-oho te tere ho'ou ki ruga ki te hakanonoga; ana ta'e rava'a, he-avai e te tahi tagata tere vaka i te îka ki a îa mo hakakoa, mo iri-hakaou ki te hakanonoga i te tahi raá. The ancient custom was like this: the novice fisherman would go to a hakanonoga; if he didn't catch anything, another fisherman would give him fishes to make him happy so he'd go again one day to the hakanonoga (more distant fishing zones where larger fishes are found).
  • tetea, to have many descendents.
  • teteme, a fish.
  • tetere, iterative of tere.
  • tetu, very large, very wide, huge (also: kotetu, nuinui tetu).

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