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ngarue

1. (verb) (-a) to shake, move to and fro.

E kīia ana i te wā e haka ana tētahi o aua matua, ngarue ana te whenua (TKO 30/6/1920:5). / It is said that at the time that one of those groups was performing the haka, the ground shook.
Pango ana te ao i te auahi o ngū pū nunui, ngarue ana te whenua, pēnei me tētahi whatitiri nui. Kāore he tānga manawa o te waiwaipū (TKO 15/6/1917:7). / The day was black from the smoke of the artillery, the land shook as if there was great clap of thunder. There was no respite from the gunfire.

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Synonyms: koiri, kaurori, ngāruerue, piupiu, pioi, takaoreore, kōpiupiu, ngatari, , rure, rurerure, ue, ueue, aroarowhaki, kōrurerure, ngateri, ngāueue, wiriwiri, wiri, whakahīoi, whakaoioi, whakawiri, whīoioi, ore, māueue, māwewe, kereū, pīoioi, rui, tāwiri, haurui, oreore, whakangāueue, whakapoi, rūrū, tīoioi, hīoioi, ngaeke, ngāoraora, ngatē, whakangāteriteri, ngaue, oraora, pīoraora, whakaruerue, tīoi

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