‘iki‘iki3, (-a, -‘ia, -na), fq. ‘iki3.
(a) Hang up:
‘Iki‘ikia ki runga i te niuniu kia marō vave.
Hang it over the wire so that it will dry quickly;
(b) dandle, hold in arms (child):
Kua rave atura aia ia ratou, kua ikiiki iora
(Mark 10.16). And he took them up in his arms;
(c) care for, nurse:
Ko tāna ‘apinga aro‘a tēia kiāku nō tōku ‘iki‘iki‘anga i tana tamā‘ine.
This is what he gave me when I cared for his daughter;
Kua ‘iki‘iki meitaki taua va‘inē ra iāku i tōku maki‘anga ē meitaki ‘ua atu.
The lady looked after me well when I was sick until I got better again.
2. n. Nurse.
Mate iora te ikiiki ia Rebeka ra ko Debora.
Then Rebekah’s nurse, Debora, died (Gen. 35.8).