oraora, v.i., fq. ora1. Live, escape, (be) alive, free, safe, healthy, flourishing, refreshed, recovered, lively, vivacious, energetic, vigorous, sensitive (to pain).
Kua oraora te au tōmāti i tōku pī pī ‘anga ki te maniua.
The tomato plants grew vigorously after I had sprinkled them with fertiliser;
‘E oraora te tupu o te ‘ānani.
The orange trees are full of vigour;
Kua oraora te ika i roto i te kupenga.
The fish in the net escaped;
Nō te oraora iāia nō reira rātou i ‘iki ei ‘ei ‘aka‘aere.
He was so energetic, that is why they picked him to be in charge;
‘e pātī oraora,
a lively party;
E ‘inangaro ‘oki ‘aia i te pā‘ī iāia ki te vai kia oraora ‘aka‘ou tōna kōpapa.
And she wanted to take a shower to freshen up;
‘Auraka koe e ‘aruāpaka ‘ua i te ‘ōrei i te motu, ‘e oraora.
Don’t be rough cleaning the wound, it is tender. [ora1 RR.]