pīva, piua

pīva, piua,

1. n. Fever.

‘E pīva tōna maki, rīngia te taote.
He has a fever, ring for the doctor. Pīva ngākau, typhoid and other enteric fevers. Pīva rengarenga, yellow fever. ‘Ua pīva, aspirin, antipyretic pill.

2. (pīva‘ia), v.i. pass. Fevered, having caught a fever.

Kua pīva‘ia tērā tamaiti nō te ‘anga‘anga i roto i te ua.
That boy has caught a fever through working in the rain;

I tōna piua‘ia‘anga, kua ‘akakite te taote kiāia kia kai e takirua ‘ua pīva i te au ‘ā ora kātoatoa.
When he contracted a fever, the doctor advised him to take two aspirins every four hours.
[Eng. fever.]

‘ōtete

‘ōtete, v.i., n. Shiver with fever, a bout of shivering, a feverish chill.

‘Aere atu au, tē ‘ōtete ‘uā ra ‘aia i runga i te ro‘i.
When I got there, he was in bed shivering;

Kua ‘aka‘āinu rāua iāku ki te ‘ua ē kua tāpokipoki ki te kāka‘u i tōku ‘ōtete‘anga.
They gave me tablets to take and covered me with a blanket when I had a bout of shivering;

‘E ‘ōtete tōna.
She has a chill. [? ‘ō-3, -tete2.]