ae, ať aeae

aea,  s. the fibrous roots or stalks of the plant atiuaea, used for small fishing lines; the joining place of two nets; a new net when first used; the concave part of a crooked piece of timber; a introductory present of peace offering to the gods; an intreaty for peace; aea tamai was a human sacrifice previous to the commencement of a war [Dav : 114] (note)