ato atoatoa

atoa,  passive of the verb ato, and applied metaphorically, to be taken off by death, as aore roa te hoe i atoa, not one has been taken off by death. [Dav : 1194]
atoa,  a. [katoa,] all, every one, every thing. [Dav : 1195]
atoa,  ad. also, too, likewise. [Dav : 1196] (note)
atoa,  s. a tempestuous wind. [Dav : 1197]
atoa,  a. fearless, athletic. [Dav : 1198]
atoa,  a. rocky; see toa. [Dav : 1199]
atoa,  adv. tous, entièrement, aussi, pareillement. - Atoa, atoatoa, s. a. vent impétueux; audacieux, athlétique, plein de rocs. Atoa, pp. arraché, cueilli. [Jau :393] (note)