kona1, (konā‘ia) v.i. Stupefied (from poison or drink), poisoned, drunk.
Kua kona te kū nō tei kai i te ‘ora Pāpua.
The soldierfish were stupefied as a result of eating (assimilating) the
Kua konā‘ia ‘aia e te ‘utu.
He’d been poisoned by the barringtonia nut;
Nō te pakari i tōna kona, kua topa ‘aia ki runga i te mataara.
He was so drunk he fell down on the road;
Kua kona ‘a Rima i tōna inu‘anga i te kava.
Rima was drunk from drinking liquor;
Kāre e rauka iāia i te ‘apai i tōna kona.
He can’t hold his drink. (See konakona, konā kava.) [Pn. *kona3.]