tuatuarave tuaunahea

tuau,  s. the name of a heathen prayer.
— v.a. to level or make plain and decent, as the gardener his ground.
— v.a. to ravage, or lay waste, as in war. [Dav : 9143]
tua'u,  v.n. to banish, expel; see tuaru. [Dav : 9144]
tuŠu,  s. pn. intendant; chef; attendre. [Jau :4727] (note)
tuau,  p.a. aplanir; ravager. [Jau :4728]
tuaķ,  p.a. bannir, chasser. [Jau :4729]