nanao, (-a, -‘ia). Grope in a hole or crevice, fish out, gouge out.
Kua nanao ‘aia i te moni i roto i tōna pūtē ē kua ‘ōake ki te tiaki toa.
He fished the money out of his pocket and gave it to the shopkeeper;
Kā tae koe i te nanao i te tupa i roto i te va‘arua?
Can you manage to get the land crab out of the hole?;
Kua nanao atura i ona mata,
and then gouged his eyes out (Judg. 16.21). [nao1 rR.]