faatô, faato faatoatoa

faatoa,  v.a. to cast a stone called toa, as a confirmation of something settled. [Dav : 2150]
faatoa,  v.n. to crow together. [Dav : 2151]
faatoa,  v.a. to make courageous or warlike; also to excite to mischief. [Dav : 2152]
faatoa,  v.n. to settle at the bottom, applied to a fish that has been hooked. [Dav : 2153]
faa-toa,  p.a. faa-toatoa, rendre courageux, être intrépide. [Jau :881]