‘akaau, caus. au1.
1. Fit, or try out.
Kua ‘akaau ana koe i tō‘ou pona ‘ōu?
Have you tried out your new shirt?
2. Be unanimous, to match, standardise.
Kua ‘akaau rātou i tā rātou tuatua i mua ake kā tū ei ki mua i te ‘akavā‘anga.
They were unanimous as to what they would say before going to court.
rōta‘i. Unanimous, united, (subj. manako, ngākau, etc.).
Ka manuia te ‘akakoro‘anga mē rōta‘i te ngākau.
The project will succeed if all are united in purpose;
Kua ‘aere rekareka mai rātou ma te rōta‘i o te ngākau.
They came along cheerfully with but one thought in their minds;
Kua rekareka te ‘aka‘aere i te rōta‘i‘anga te manako o te tangata i te rave‘anga i te ‘anga‘anga.
The organiser was pleased at the way they all cooperated in the work.