kakekake, (-a, -‘ia, -na), fq. kake. Climb, mount, rise.
I tō te tamariki kakekake-‘anga i te ro‘i,
when the children kept climbing around on the bed;
Kua ngangata te ngūtupa i te kakekake‘ia‘anga e te tamariki.
The gate is loose (on its hinges) through the children climbing on it;
Kua kakekake te ‘oko o te kai punu.
The prices of tinned foods are going up;
Kua kake-kake tōna riri.
His anger mounted;
Kua kakekake te mataara.
The road kept climbing;
mē tae koe ki tēta‘i ngā‘i kakekake,
when you get to where it goes up hill;
an uphill road. [kake RR.]