‘une‘une

‘une‘une,

1. (-a, -‘ia), fq. ‘une. Get sores, be scabby.

‘Ea‘a rā tāna kai e kai ‘ua ana i ‘une‘une‘ia ai tōna vaevae.
What on earth has he been eating to get sores like that on his legs;

Ka ‘akaāri au i tōku vaevae ‘une‘une ki te taote.
I‘m going to show the sores on my legs to the doctor.

2. n. Sores, scabs.

‘E ma‘ata te tamariki ‘e ‘une‘une tō rātou.
There are many children suffering from sores.
[‘une RR.]

‘une

‘une, (-a).

1. v.i. Get sores.

Kua ‘une tōna rima.
He has got sores on his hands;

Ka ‘unea tō katu mē kāre koe e tāmā.
You‘ll get sores on your scalp if you don’t keep it clean;

I te ‘une‘anga tōna vaevae,
when sores appeared on his leg.

2. n. Scab, sore.

‘E meā-‘une tei runga i tō po‘o rima.
You have a sore on your elbow.

3. Core (of breadfruit).

E pāpā i te kuru nā mua ka kiriti ei i te ‘une.
Beat the breadfruit before you remove the core.
[Np. *fune2.]