pa‘e

pa‘e, (-a), v.i. Swerve, turn, change, direction.

E pa‘e koe i te vaka i konei, ‘e ma‘ata te kaoa i mua i kō.
Turn the canoe here, there are a lot of rocks ahead;

Kua pa‘e ‘aia i te torōka ki te pae i te mataara i te puta‘anga te kiri.
He pulled the truck over to the side of the road when the tyre punctured;

Kua topa te tamaiti ki roto i te tai i te pa‘e‘anga te ‘oro‘enua.
The boy fell into the sea when the horse swerved;

Kua pa‘e ‘aia ki roto i te ‘are toa.
He turned into the shop.
(see pa‘epa‘e, ‘akapa‘e-(pa‘e), tāpa‘e(pa‘e).)

kaveinga

kaveinga, n.

1. Guide to direction.

Kua riro te ‘ētū ē te marama ‘ei kaveinga nō rātou ki Aotearoa.
The stars and moon were their guide to New Zealand. ‘Ētū kaveinga, guiding star, star used to navigate by.

2. Direction, course.

Tei ‘ea te kaveinga o Ma‘uke?
Which direction does Ma‘uke lie?;

‘E viviki ake mē nā tēia kaveinga tātou i te ‘aere.
It’s quicker if we take this direction;

Kua tuku te rangatira i te kaveinga ki te tokerau.
The skipper set a northerly course.

3. Compass.

‘Apaina te kaveinga kia ma‘ani‘ia.
Take the compass to be repaired.