kikī

kikī , v.i., pl. and intens. 1, q.v. Full, bulging.

Kāre i kikī meitaki teia au pi‘a i te ‘ānani.
These boxes of oranges haven’t been packed full;

Nō te kikī i te ū o te tī nana puakatoro i kākaoa ai.
The cow mooed because its udder was full. [1 rR.]

kī kī

kī kī , v.i., fq. 1. Full, bulging, plumped out, plump.

Kua kī kī tōna pāpāringa.
Her cheek is swollen, or she is round-cheeked;

Kua tī pū ‘aia i te au kāpati kī kī meitaki.
He cut the cabbages which had hearted up nicely;

‘e mea tamā‘ine kī kī
, a plump little girl. [1 RR.]