maromaroā, v.i. Downcast, depressed, apathetic, bored, boring.
Kua maromaroā te māpū i te ‘akakore‘ia‘anga te ‘ura e te taote.
The young folk were depressed when the medical officer banned the dance;
‘E ‘ākara‘anga maromaroā tō‘ou i tēia pōpongi.
You are looking miserable this morning;
‘E maromaroā au i te no‘o ki te kāinga.
I‘m fed up with staying at home;
‘Auraka kōtou e ‘aere maromaroā ki roto i te ngā‘i tu‘epōro‘anga.
Don’t go on to the pitch looking downhearted;
Kua ‘aere te tangata ki te kāinga nō te maromaroā i te teata.
People went home as they were so bored with the film;
‘e moto‘anga maromaroā,
a boring bout.
(See ‘aka-, tā-maromaroā.)
‘akamaromaroā, caus. maromaroā. Be apathetic, bored, depressed.
‘Eia‘a e ‘aka-maromaroā, ‘akamāro‘iro‘i, ‘aere ki mua!
Don’t be apathetic, be strong and go forward!
‘akaro‘i, incho. ro‘i. Become bored, fatigued, fed up, tired, weary.
Te ‘akaro‘i mai nei au i tēnā ‘anga‘anga!
I‘m getting fed up with that work!
‘akaro‘iro‘i, fq. ‘akaro‘i. Become tired, bored, weary, fatigued.
‘Eia‘a kōtou e ‘akaro‘iro‘i i te ‘akarongorongo atu‘anga i tāna au tua.
Don’t become bored at listening to his stories.
1. (Be) tired, weary, sated, bored; fatigue, etc.
Kua ro‘i au i te ‘akarongo i tēnā tuatua.
I‘m tired of listening to what you are saying;
‘E tangata ro‘i kore ‘aia i te ‘aere nā raro ‘ua ki te ‘anga‘anga.
He never seems to get tired walking to work;
E ‘akaoti i te ‘anga‘anga mē kite koe i te ro‘i.
Stop working when you feel tired;
Te ro‘i iā koe!
You make me tired!;
I tō māua ro‘i‘anga i te ‘ākara i te teata, kua ‘aere māua ki te kāinga.
When we got tired of watching the film, we went home;
Kua anga te ro‘i.
The tiredness has passed off now. Te ro‘i!, what a nuisance!
2. A bed, mattress.
Ko tōku ro‘i tēnā.
That’s my bed;
Tē ma‘ani ro‘i rākau nei au.
I‘m making a wooden bed;
‘E ‘āriki ro‘i mānea tēnā.
That’s a lovely bedspread;
Tē ‘akaanga nei au i tōku ro‘i.
I‘m taking a rest now;
E ‘akamānea i te ro‘i.
Make the bed. Ro‘i maki, sickbed, bed of sickness.
‘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.