‘a‘angi

‘a‘angi, (-a, -‘ia, ‘āngia). Waft, blow, drift, eddy (of air, wind, rain).

Kua ‘a‘angi mai te matangi nā roto i te māramarama ē kua mate te mōrī.
A gust of wind came in through the window and the lamp went out;

Kua ‘a‘angi mai te reva ‘aunga kino.
Foul-smelling air wafted up;

‘Akatū‘era-‘era‘ia te māramarama kia ‘a‘angia te ‘are e te matangi.
Open up the windows so that the house can have an airing.
[‘angi rR.]

‘a‘au

‘a‘au, (-a, -‘ia). Swirl, eddy (of wind and rain); a draught.

Kua ‘a‘au te ua ki roto i te ‘are i te nga‘ā‘anga te ngūtupa.
The wind blew into the house when the door opened;

Neke roa mai ki te ngā‘i ruru, kia kore koe e ‘a‘au‘ia mai e te ua.
Come further under cover, so the rain won’t blow in on you;

‘Auraka e no‘o ki kona, ‘e ‘a‘au tēnā iā koe.
Don’t sit there, you are in a draught.