Kua kāvea mai te ū i te pōpongi roa.
The milk was delivered early in the morning;
Tē inu ū nei māua, kīnaki ki te kūmara.
We are having milk with our sweet potatoes.
ū paura, powdered milk.
2. Breast, udder.
Kua kīkī te ū o te māmā, nō te mea kāre i kainga e te pēpe.
The mother’s breasts were full of milk because the baby didn’t drink any;
Kua tautau te ū o te puakatoro, kua vaitata pa‘a i te ‘ānau.
The cow’s udder is hanging down, maybe she is near her time;
Kua ‘aere ‘a Puna ki te ‘akatē ū.
Puna has gone to do the milking.
Kōmatā-ū, nipple, teat.
‘Ōreia te kōmatā-ū o te puakatoro ka ‘akatē ei.
Wash the cow’s teats before you milk her;
Kua tāmou ‘aia i te kōmata ki runga i te mō‘inā-ū a te pēpe.
She fixed the teat on the baby’s milk bottle.