taturituri taua, tauâ, tauá

tau,  s. a season; see anotau.
— s. an anchor.
— s. a sunken rock under water.
— v.a. to invocate, to address in prayer.
— v.n. to perch, or light upon a branch, as a bird.
— pron. (pronounced short) my, mine. [Dav : 8334] (note)
t'au,  poss pron. a contraction of ta and na, mine, spoken of food, &c.; see a, ta, and na. [Dav : 8335] (note)
tau,  s. pn. saison, temps; ancre; rocher sous l'eau; se percher. - Anuanu, saison froide. [Jau :4240] (note)
tau,  art. indét. des, quelques. Tau taáta, quelques hommes; tau ara ino, deux mauvais ponts.
Ta ú, pron. (te a ú, le de moi) mon, mes. [Jau :4241]
taú,  p.a. invoquer, prier. [Jau :4242]