1. Correct, accurate, right, exact.
Kua tano tā‘au nūmero.
Your sum is correct;
Kua tano te pōro ki runga i tōna mata.
The ball hit him right in the eye;
E tī pū i tēnā rākau kia tano.
Cut that timber exactly (on the mark).
2. To fit, be the right size, shape, etc.
Kā tano tēnā kāka‘u iā koe.
That dress will fit or suit you very well.
Nō te tano i tāna tuatua i manako‘ia ai ē ‘e tika.
Because his story fitted they believed it was right.
3. Be proper, just, fit (often transferable by ‘should’ or ‘ought‘).
Kāre e tano kia ‘akautunga‘ia.
It wouldn’t be right to punish him, he oughtn’t to be punished;
Kāre e tano ana tā‘au ‘ākono‘anga i tēia au manu.
You aren’t looking after these birds very well.
4. Come across sbdy, happen to meet up with.
Mē tano atu koe kiā Tere, e ‘akakite kia ‘oki mai.
If you should come across Tere, tell her to come back.