anake

anake, adv.part. Alone, solely, only; all, without exception.

Ko au anake rāi i ‘aere mai ei.
I came all by myself;

Nōna anake tē reira ‘enua.
The land belongs solely to him;

Ko māua anake kā no‘o ei, nō te mea ka ‘aere tō māua pāpā ki te ‘anga‘anga.
It‘ll be just the two of us staying behind, because our father is going to work;

Kua no‘o te taka‘ua koia anake.
The widow lived all by herself;

Koia anake tē ka ‘aere.
Only he will go;

Kua rave anake rāua i taua tārevakē ra.
They both made the same mistake;

Ko te ‘ā o te pō ē tae ‘ua atu ki te ono, ‘e tamatea anake tē reira arāpō.
The fourth to the sixth, those are all

tamatea
nights.
[Np. *anake.]

ravarāi, rava rāi

ravarāi, rava rāi,

1. Intensive of rava2. Most certainly, etc.

I kite ravarāi māua iāia ki te ‘ura inapō.
We most certainly did see him at the dance last night.

2. Post-nominal part. Every single one, without exception.

Ē te aronga ravarāi tei ‘aere mai ki taua tārekareka kua ‘ope roa rātou i te mataora.
And every single person who came to that match was absolutely delighted with it;

Kua tutuki tōna rongo ki te au‘enua rava rāi.
His fame spread to all lands;

rāua rava rāi,
both of them.
[rava2, rāi.]