‘oatu, ‘ōatu, ‘ō atu

‘oatu, ‘ōatu, ‘ō atu,

1. (-‘ia). Hand over, give.

Tē ‘ōatu nei au i tēia ‘enua ki roto i tō‘ou rima.
I‘m handing this land over to you;

I ‘ōatu‘ia taua ‘apingā ra kia ‘apai atu kiā koe.
The article was given to him to take to you.

2. v.i. Go on (away from speaker or place referred to).

‘Ōatu ka ‘aere, kua pō.
Go on. Let’s go, it’s dark now;

‘Ōatu rā, ka ‘aere atu rāi au.
You go on, I‘ll be along later. [‘ō1, atu2.]