eatu eeao

ee,  a. strange, as taata ee, strangers; the two e's mark the plurality. [Dav : 1601]
ee,  s. a saw. [Dav : 1602] (note)
ee,  s. the axilla; also the second in a combat. [Dav : 1603]
ee,  v.a. to draw the fara leaves to and fro, against a post, to prepare them for thatching; and from this action came the word ee for a saw, and also as a v.a. for sawing. [Dav : 1604]
ee,  v.a. to clap the hands by way of amusement. [Dav : 1605]
ee,  v.n. to mount a horse; to get on board a canoe, boat, or ship; to ground, as a ship on a shallow place.
— a. grounded, as a ship; pahi ee, grounded ship. [Dav : 1606]
ee,  ad. or v. aux. as in ee oia, it was it, ee aita, it was not. [Dav : 1607]
éé,  a. pa. s. (voy. é) différents etc.; scier; officier d'ordonnance. [Jau :512] (note)
ee,  pa. pn. s. aisselle; frotter des feuilles, frapper main contre main; monter sur un cheval, un canot, sur la terre (navire qui s'échoue). [Jau :513]