tākirikiri1, (-a, -‘ia), fq. tākiri1. Whip, lash, flick (with cloth, etc), jerk or shake (head), wave or fling out (an arm), swing (rope), cast (line) fish (with rod and line).
Kua tākirikiri ‘aia i tōna ūpoko ma te ūmere i tōna kite‘anga i taua ‘apingā ra.
He shook his head in amazement when he saw the thing;
Kua tū ‘aia ki te ngā‘i teitei ma te tākirikiri i te reva kia kite atu mātou.
He stood on an elevation and waved the flag to and fro for us to see;
Kua ‘oro te ‘oro‘enua i tōna tākirikiri‘anga i te taura.
The horse bolted when he twirled the rope;
Kua tākirikiri ‘aia i tōna ‘iku.
He wagged his tail.