avauvau aveaau

ave,  s. the strand of a rope, string of a sling. [Dav : 1515]
ave,  s. the train or tail of a comet, or of a shooting star or meteor. [Dav : 1516]
ave,  s. a division or section, formerly applied to the prayers used in the marae, some of which had eight or ten sections. [Dav : 1524] (note)
ave,  s. toron d'un cordage, cordon d'une fronde; queue de comète, de météore. - Aveave, queue de robe, gland en ornement. [Jau :491] (note)