adura aea

ae,  s. the name of a sweet-scented plant, used for the sweet monoi or native oil [Dav : 110]
ae,  v.a. & v.n. [ake,] to ascend, climb, mount up; see paiuma
— s. a climber; one who climbs a tree or a hill
— v.n. to touch the ground, as a boat or ship [Dav : 111] (note)
ae,  s. the slain in battle that were taken to the marae and offered; also other sacrifices to the gods, such as fish; the act of offering; the first beating of the drum at a religious ceremony [Dav : 112]
ae,  ad. yes, yea, in answer to a query or a request, but implying cordiality or indifference according to the tone of the voice. As an adverb of place, there, near at hand as tera ae, that near or just by; io ae, a little that way; nia ae, a little above; raro ae, a little below. In comparing qualities or adjectives, it implies a small degree less or more, as, ino, bad, ino ae, a little worse; maitai, good, maitai ae, something better. It is often accompanied with iti, little, as, maoro, long, maoro iti ae, a little longer, not much
— int. of surprise or disappointment; alas ! [Dav : 113] (note)
,  p.n. monter. adv. plus (comparatif); ici, là, près. [Jau :29] (note)
ae,  p.n. toucher en se brisant. [Jau :30]
ae,  adv. oui. [Jau :31] (note)