tāvinivini, (-a, -‘ia). Give sbdy the shudders, cause sbdy to shudder with fear, horror, aversion.
Ka tāvinivini rava au iāia kia kore ‘aia e mātau ‘aka‘ou i te taritari tuatua.
I‘ll really put the wind up him so he won’t get in the habit of going round telling any more tales;
Kua mataku ‘aia i tōku tāvinivini‘anga iāia ki te kiore toka.
She was scared when I made her shudder by showing her the rat.
‘iu, v.i. Fed up, bored; aversion.
Auē te ‘iu!
Oh I‘m fed up with it!;
Kua ‘iu au i te ‘akarongo i tēnā ‘īmene.
I‘m sick of listening to that song;
Kua ‘iu au iā koe.
I‘m fed up with you;
‘E kai ‘iu tika ai tēia nāku i te kai.
I‘m tired of eating this (same old) food;
Kua takataka‘i rātou i te ta‘ua i tō rātou ‘iu‘anga i te ‘akarongo i tāna tuatua.
They stamped on the floor when they got fed up with listening to him;
Kua ‘iu rātou i te tiaki iāia.
They got tired of waiting for him.