1. (verb) (-tia) to be orphaned.
He whanaunga tonu ētahi nōna, ko ētahi rā kua pani noa, kua mahue hapa kē rānei, tae atu ki ngā tamariki o ngā whānau o te hau kāinga e tūkinotia ana (TTR 2000:29). / Some were her own relations, some had been orphaned, or just neglected, or were children from local families who were abused.
1. (verb) (-a) to smear, spread (anything upon something else), daub, paint, polish.
Ina pania te parāoa ki te tiamu kia tere tonu te whawhao i te parāoa ki roto o te waha; ki te kore ka kapi katoa te parāoa i te rango (TTT 1/9/1931:39). / When the bread is spread with jam quickly put it into your mouth; if you don't the bread will be covered with blowflies.
2. (modifier) smearing, spreading, applying (e.g. as ointment).
Ko ia anō hoki ki te toha rongoā atu mō ngā mate itiiti noa nei, pērā i tētahi rongoā pani i mahia mai e ia i te pūngāwhā me te hinu, hei pani i ngā mate pēnei i te ipuipu nei (TTR 2000:95). / She also dispensed medicines for minor illness, such as an ointment made from sulphur and oil for open sores.
1. (noun) sunblock lotion, sunscreen.
E mea tonu ana rātou me ū tātou ki ngā whakatūpato mō ngā hihi kino o te rā, arā me mau mōhiti ārai hihirā, me panipani hoki ngā wāhi katoa o te tinana (ka kitea) ki te pani ārai hihirā (HM 1/1993). / They are still saying that we must continue with the precautions about the harmful rays of the sun, namely wearing sun glasses and smearing all exposed parts of the body with sunblock.