‘ae2,v.i., n. Savagely angry, infuriated (state), esp. of animals.
Kua ‘ae te puakatoro i tōku kanga‘anga i tāna punua.
The cow turned savage when I played with her calf;
‘E puakāoa ‘ae kino tēnā mē tātī‘ae‘ae‘ia.
That dog gets really vicious if it is teased;
I te ‘ae‘anga te rango meri, kua arumaki‘ia mātou ē kua paopaoa.
When the bees got angry, they chased and stung us.
(see ‘ae‘ae2, (tā)tī‘ae(‘ae), cf. ‘ae1.)