tākeo, (-a, -‘ia).
1. Poisoned, stupefied.
Mē tākeo‘ia koe e tēnā ika, ‘auraka koe e karanga ē kāre au i ‘akakite atu ana kiā koe.
If you are poisoned eating that fish, don’t say I didn’t warn you;
Ka tākeo‘ia koe mē kai i te matū puaka ma te kī naki kore.
You‘ll make yourself ill eating pork fat without anything to go with it;
Kua ‘akanēneva ‘aere te ika i te tākeo‘ia‘anga nō tei kai i te ‘ora;
The fish swam around dazed, being poisoned through eating the
‘E ika takeo tēnā, ‘auraka e kai.
That fish is poisonous, don’t eat it;
‘E rau rākau tākeo, kia matakite.
The leaves are poisonous, be careful.