mārei

mārei, (-‘ia). Lasso; fowl trap using a running noose.

E ‘aere kōrua nā runga i ngā ‘oro‘enua e mārei mai i te toa puakatoro i roto i te ‘āua.
You two get on a couple of horses and lasso the the bull in the paddock;

Kua ‘ae te tīnana puakatoro i te māreia‘anga tāna punua.
The cow became aggressive when her calf was roped.

‘ā‘ei

‘ā‘ei, (-a, -‘ia).

1. Put a loop around something, lasso, trap with net or snare.

Kua ‘ā‘ei te ika ki runga ki te kupenga.
The fish were entangled in the net;

‘E taura ‘ā‘ei tēnā i te puakatoro.
That rope is to lasso the bull with;

‘Ā‘eia ki runga i tō kakī.
Put it (loop it) around your neck.

2. n. Shingles.

‘E ‘ā‘ei tōna maki.
He’s got shingles.
[‘ā-8, ‘ei1.]

tā‘ei, tā‘ī

tā‘ei, tā‘ī , (-a, -‘ia).

1. Ensnare, net, lasso.

Ka tā‘ei tātou i teia kōpū ika tauira.
Let’s net this shoal of fry;

‘Ōmai tēta‘i taura kia tā‘ei au i tērā ‘oro‘enua.
Let me have a rope to lasso that horse with.

2. (rare). Put necklace, wreath or garland round sbdy.

3. n. A wrap, shawl, scarf (tā‘ei kakī ), rug (tā‘ei moe).

E tāpoki iāia ki te tā‘ei kia ma‘ana.
Put a rug over him to keep him warm;

E ‘ei i tō tā‘ei ‘uru‘uru ki runga i tō kakī
. Wrap your woollen scarf round your neck.