mama1

mama1,

1. v.i. Issue, emerge, spring out, appear.

Kua mama mai te vai mei raro mai i te va‘arua.
Water issued from the hole in the ground;

Ko te ngā‘i mama tēia i te vaka.
This is where the canoe is leaking;

Kua mama maira tetai angela a te Atu kiaia.
And there appeared unto him an angel of the Lord (Luke 1.11). Kō mama, to stab right through (so that the point emerges).

Ka unui ana i te koke naau ra, e ko mai iaku kia mama rava.
Draw your sword and run me right through with it (1 Sam. 31.4).

2. (-‘ia). Disseminate by word of mouth.

Nā‘au e mama i te tuatua ki ngā muāvaka.
You spread the news to the settlements;

Kua mama maī ra te reo mei roto mai i te pū ngāngā‘ere kā.
A voice issued from the burning bush.
[Pn. *mama1.]

ono1

ono1, v.i. Come into view, appear, show.

‘E ‘akakite mai i te taime ē ono mai ei te pa‘ī .
Let me know as soon as the ship comes into sight;

Te ono ‘uā ra tōna ‘ōrei ki va‘o mei roto i te tōna pūtē piripou.
His handkerchief was showing out of his trousers pocket;

Ko te putāngi‘u ‘ua o te kiore toka tei ono mai.
Only the nose of the rat poked out;

i te ono‘anga te reva teatea ki runga,
when the white flag appeared aloft;

Kua ono mai te ‘ua mei raro i te one.
The seeds have come up. (See onoono, ‘akaono(ono), tāono(ono)3.) [Pn. *‘ono3.]