‘ara2

‘ara2, v.i. Be in excess (of (i) a given amount), extra, more than (i) a given number.

‘ī toru ‘akari i ‘ara i roto i teia putunga.
There are three coconuts too many in this pile;

Kua ‘ara atu i te toru nga‘uru paunu te ‘oko o taua pātikarā ra.
That bicycle costs more than thirty pounds;

I tōku manako, mei te ‘ānere ‘e ‘ara atu tāna kai i te pā‘anga mua.
I believe he scored a hundred runs and more in the first innings;

Mē ‘e putungā ika ‘ara tēta‘i, ‘ē vao‘o nā te tangata kupenga.
If there is an extra pile of fish, leave it for the owner of the net.
[Pn. *sala2.]

‘ōngā

‘ōngā, v.i. Extra, surplus, additional, excess.

Kua ‘ōngā tēia tua i te rākau, e ngari kia tī pū‘ia.
This end of the timber is more than we need, better cut it off;

Kāre e kino kia ‘ōngā te ‘akari, ka tūtaki rāi au.
It doesn’t matter if there are extra coconuts, I‘ll still pay for them;

Kua ‘akaue ‘aia kia riringi ‘aka‘ou‘ia tēta‘i tini ngaika ki roto, i te ‘ōngā‘anga te one.
He ordered that another tin of lime should be put in (the mixer) when extra sand was added. (See ‘akaonga.)