atutututu aua

au,  pron. [uku, ku, Malay aku and ku,] I, the first person singular; see vau. [Dav : 1241]
au,  s. a current, or stream; smoke, vapour. [Dav : 1242] (note)
au,  s. a needle; the gall of animals. [Dav : 1243]
au,  s. a dangerous fish with a long snout, like the sword fish. [Dav : 1244] (note)
au,  s. a stone put in the marae to avert some evil that was feared; also rubbish. [Dav : 1245]
au,  s. a stone sent to the chiefs to require a human sacrifice. [Dav : 1246]
au,  s. the name of a mountain tree of sweet odour. [Dav : 1247]
au,  s. the hottest part of a battle. [Dav : 1248]
au,  s. a sort of sea snail. [Dav : 1249]
au,  v.n. [kau, kaukau,] to swim in the water; to move. [Dav : 1250]
au,  v.n. to rise as a star. [Dav : 1251]
au,  v.n. to be melting with fear; see puaa au. [Dav : 1252]
au,  v.a. to fit, to agree. [Dav : 1253] (note)
au,  v.a. to sew with a needle. [Dav : 1254] (note)
au,  v.a. to pursue; see auau. [Dav : 1255]
au,  v.a. to scrape together or heap up rubbish. [Dav : 1256]
au,  a prefix to several nouns, as au taeae, au tahua, au fenua, &c. [Dav : 1257]
au,  poss. pron. my, mine. [Dav : 1258]
a'u,  poss. pron.] a contraction of a au; see ta'u or taau; my, or mine. [Dav : 1259]
au,  a. meet, fit agreeable, suitable.
— s. fitness, suitability, agreement. [Dav : 1260] (note)
au,  pron. moi. A ú, de moi, mon, mien. [Jau :408] (note)
au,  a. pa. pn. s. courant, rosée, brouillard; vapeur; aiguille; fiel des animaux; coudre; convenir, être agréable; convenable, juste, agréable. Au-mata, agréable à l'oeil, vu avec joie. Au mauiui, sympathie. Au mihi, pitié. Au raa, comparaison, convenance, agrément. Au-reva, tromper quelqu'un en se donnant comme ami. Au rirerire, amis. [Jau :409] (note)
au,  pa. pn. áuáu, poursuivre, chasser; nager. Au farere, pn. nager maladroitement. Au moana, bon nageur. Au o aro, nager la face en bas. Au o tua, au-tia, nager sur le dos. [Jau :410]
au,  pa. pn. amasser; se lever (un astre). [Jau :411]
au,  art. pl. les, le corps. Au-tahua, le corps sacerdotal. [Jau :412]