faa-topa faatoroa, faa-toroa

faatoro,  v.a. to trace, to follow the footsteps of a thief. [Dav : 2166]
faatoro,  v.a. to stretch out the hand or foot. [Dav : 2167] (note)
faatoro,  v.a. to lead, or go before, as a canoe in a fishing party; to solicit the making of native cloth, as the chiefs often do; to trace a report.
— s. one that searches out a thing. [Dav : 2168]
faa-toro,  p.a. étendre un membre; suivre ŕ la trace. [Jau :889]