veravera

veravera, (-ā, -‘ia). Continuously hot, feverish, burning, pungent.

Kua veravera te motu i runga i tōku vaevae i te mā‘ū‘anga i te tai.
The cut on my leg (burned) when I got the sea water over it;

‘E maki pa‘a tēnā tamaiti, nō reira i veravera ai.
Maybe the child is ill and that’s why he is so hot;

Kāre au i kai i te tai ‘ōporo nō te veravera.
I wouldn’t eat the chilli sauce, it was too hot;

Kua veraverā‘ia te tamaiti e te ‘ōporo.
The chillies made the child feel hot. Raore veravera, peppermints.

Ka ‘inangaro au ‘ē rua paunu raore veravera.
I want two pounds of peppermints.
[vera RR.]

‘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.]