kekē, v.i. Different, foreign, strange, assorted (of several things), pl. kē1.
Kua ‘aere mai te au tangata kekē mei te au ‘enua mai i va‘o.
Many strangers came from overseas;
Kāre e ‘akatika‘ia te aronga kekē kia piri ki te ‘uipā‘anga.
Outsiders are not allowed to attend the meeting;
‘E ma‘ata te aronga kekē i Peritāne nei.
There are a lot of aliens here in Britain;
I tō rātou tae‘anga ki Rarotonga, kua no‘o kekē rātou.
When they got to Rarotonga, they lived in different places;
I tōna kona‘anga, kua tuatua kekē ‘aia.
He talked wildly (strangely) when he was drunk. [kē1 rR.]