ahuvai aia, ai

ai,  v.a. [kai; kani, Fiji; inakanan, Malay;] to eat [Dav : 326] (note)
a'i,  s. [kaki,] the neck of man, beast, or bird [Dav : 327]
ai,  int. of disapprobation, ah ! sometimes it is pronounced long, ! [Dav : 328]
ai,  v.a. [ahi] to copulate, applied to both sexes [Dav : 329]
ai,  ad. or verbal directive, the word seems to be idiomatic, and to have no exact correspondent word in English. Sometimes it answers to will or shall, as, afea e oti ai ? when will or shall it be finished ? ananahi e oti ai, it will be finished to-morrow. It is often connected with a query, and the reason demanded or given, as, e aha i ore ai ? why not ? ore a ite i ore ai ? because of ignorance it was not (done or accomplished being understood,) eaha te mea e pohe ai te taata ? what is the reason of man's death ? o te hara te mea e pohe ai ? sin is the cause [Dav : 330]
ai,  s. a technical play-term, ten ai are equal to a re; see re [Dav : 331]
a,  s. a longing desire for fish [Dav : 332]
i,  s. cou, dsir de poisson. [Jau :94] (note)
i,  p.a. manger, recevoir, prendre. [Jau :95] (note)
ai,  v. tre, au futur ou au pass. [Jau :96]