aramohoꞌofromamohoꞌovshake for myself, such as to hear what is insideRoo go'otai ioroi-da, moo aramoho'o gaa'u ita romodoai. When you climbed the coconut tree to get me one that is shaking (has water in).
aramotofreqaramotutimovstep from one place to another, for example, from the boat to the shore, or from the house to the groundIesu iaramotoi-da memiho urio rautu dubui-ro emeeꞌai-ka, ruu aaꞌo matii-da dubu-ka.When Jesus stepped out (of the boat), a man with evil spirits met him, he was a man from that place.
aratuhefreqaratuhutifromatuhevdeny once for yourselfIdi uubi iooꞌumoi-da, moo-ro ruu ai-piratuhe. When the police came, I denied that he was out.
aratuhutifr. var.aratuutifreqatuhutioncearatuhefromatuheatuhutivdeny repeatedly; either each person deny it for themselves, or one person deny repeatedly for themselfRii turiaha aratuhuti-kaThey each denied it.Roo aratuhutiꞌa moo dubai roo-ro ahiai!Do not keep denying that you cut my bananas!
aratumuaifromatumiaivfill itself up, such as a well filling with silt, or a shortcut filling with new plants.Mai oo'uoi ai-paratumiai. Mai River closed itself (It is overgrown and can no longer be used).