kapi2, (-a, -‘ia).
1. Copy down, make a copy of, transcribe.
E kapi koe i tāna tuatua ki runga i tēta‘i ‘aenga pēpa.
Copy down what he says on a piece of paper;
Kua tārevakē koe i tō‘ou kapi‘anga i tēia tuatua.
You’ve made a mistake in taking down this message;
Kua kapi‘ia e tō rātou tupuna tāne tō rātou papa‘anga ki roto i te puka.
Their grandfather had copied their genealogy into a book.
2. n. Copy, sheet of paper or card (printed or written on), page.
‘Ōmai koe i tā‘au kapi kia ‘ākara au.
Let me take a look at your copy;
‘Ea‘a tēnā kapi pēpa i runga i tā‘au kaingākai?
What is that piece of paper on your table?;
‘Ē ‘ākara koe ki te kapi ‘openga o te puka.
Look at the last page of the book;
‘E puka kapi petetue tēnā.
That book of yours has thick pages. Kapi pere, playing card.
‘E au kapi pere tangata pouroa tāku.
I’ve got all picture cards. (See kapinga, kapikapi2.) [Eng. copy.]