pāto‘ito‘i

pāto‘ito‘i, (-a, -‘ia), fq. pāto‘i. Oppose, defy, deny, refuse, etc.

I pāto‘ito‘i‘ia ana tēia manako e te tangata i tērā ake mata‘iti, inā tē ‘apai ‘aka‘ou mai nei koe.
There were objections to this proposal last year and here you are putting it forward again;

mē pāto‘ito‘i koe i tāna tuatua,
if you refuse to do what he says;

‘E tangata pāto‘ito‘i tika ai koe i te manako o te kūmiti.
You are always against whatever the committee proposes;

tēta‘i tamaiti pāto‘ito‘i,
a rebellious child.
[pāto‘i Rr.]

pāto‘i

pāto‘i, (-a, -‘ia), v.t. Object to, protest against, oppose, deny, defy, refuse; objection, protest, etc.

Mē kāre ‘e tangata pāto‘i i tēia manako,
if there are no objections to this proposal;

i raro ake i te pāto‘i,
under protest:

Kua rave te tangata i te ‘anga‘anga i raro ake i te pāto‘i.
The men did the work though they weren’t happy about it;

Kua pāto‘i i te ture.
It is against regulations;

Kā tae koe i te pāto‘i i tāna tuatua?
Are you prepared to contradict him?;

Kua pāto‘i‘ia e Tura te ‘aka-‘apa‘anga a te ‘akavā iāia.
Tura denied the policeman’s charge against him;

Kua pāto‘i ‘aia i te rave i te ‘akaue‘anga.
He refused to carry out the order;

Kua pāto‘i ‘aia i tōna metua.He defied his father;Kua pāto‘i ‘aia i tā māua pati‘anga.
He refused our request;

Kua pāto‘i ‘aia i te tīmata‘anga.
He resisted the temptation.
(see pāto‘i‘anga, pāto‘ito‘i.)
[Tah. paato‘i.]

tī tima1

tī tima1, v.i. Refuse to follow advice or to carry out instructions; Make trouble; rebel, defy.

Mē ka tī tima kōtou, tē vaī ra te tuātau e tatara‘ara ai kōtou.
If you refuse to do it, there will come a time when you‘ll be sorry for it;

Kāre mātou e piri kia kōtou, ‘e aronga tī tima kōtou.
We are not going to associate with you, you are a rebellious lot.