māro‘iro‘i

māro‘iro‘i, v.i. 1. Vigorous, energetic, strong and healthy, well; vitality etc.

Kia māro‘iro‘i koe i te rave i tā‘au ‘anga‘anga.
Do your work with vigour;

Kua rave māro‘iro‘i ‘aia i te ‘anga‘anga tei tuku‘ia kiāia.
He worked energetically at his allotted task;

‘E tangata māro‘iro‘i tērā i te tanu i tōna ‘enua ki te kai.
That man works really hard at getting his land planted up;

te māro‘iro‘i i tō mātou pupu i tēia mata‘iti,
the strength and vigour of our team this year;

Kua ‘īkoke ‘aia i tōna māro‘iro‘i‘anga mai mei te maki.
He was thin when he got over his illness;

‘E tangata ‘akatupu pekapeka au i te māro‘iro‘i‘anga tōku kōpapa.
I was always getting into scrapes in my heyday. Manako māro‘iro‘i, strong-minded.

2. Better, abated (of an illness).

Kā ‘oki rava au ki tōku ‘enua mē māro‘iro‘i tōku maki,
I shall go right back to my own country when I‘m better.
(See ‘akamāro‘iro‘i.)
[Pn. *maalosi.]

viti

viti. Be lively, vigorous, energetic; liveliness.

Kia vitiviti te tangi o te pātē.
Get a good lively rhythm on the drums;

‘E tangata vitiviti ‘aia i te au ‘anga‘anga kātoatoa.
He is most energetic and active at everything;

Kua reka māua i tērā tamaiti nō te vitiviti.
We are pleased with that boy because he has been energetic.

oraora

oraora, v.i., fq. ora1. Live, escape, (be) alive, free, safe, healthy, flourishing, refreshed, recovered, lively, vivacious, energetic, vigorous, sensitive (to pain).

Kua oraora te au tōmāti i tōku pī pī ‘anga ki te maniua.
The tomato plants grew vigorously after I had sprinkled them with fertiliser;

‘E oraora te tupu o te ‘ānani.
The orange trees are full of vigour;

Kua oraora te ika i roto i te kupenga.
The fish in the net escaped;

Nō te oraora iāia nō reira rātou i ‘iki ei ‘ei ‘aka‘aere.
He was so energetic, that is why they picked him to be in charge;

‘e pātī oraora,
a lively party;

E ‘inangaro ‘oki ‘aia i te pā‘ī iāia ki te vai kia oraora ‘aka‘ou tōna kōpapa.
And she wanted to take a shower to freshen up;

‘Auraka koe e ‘aruāpaka ‘ua i te ‘ōrei i te motu, ‘e oraora.
Don’t be rough cleaning the wound, it is tender. [ora1 RR.]