#44: Religion and Ritual.

Reconstruction Description
FAQI Rite, perform ritual: *fa(q)i
GORO Feast
HURU.B Enter into, possess (as a spirit does a person)
KAAWE-A Be carried away emotionally: *ka(a)we-a
KAGA To place a curse on someone
KAHA.2 Spell, sorcery
KANOPOGI Bereavement
KULA.2 Circumcision
LAFO.1 Ceremonial presentation of wealth
LAKA.2 Sacred
LE-LEA.1 Speech of those possessed by spirits
LELE.B Possess (of a spirit, possessing a human medium)
LIOGI Ritual action
LOTU.1 Prayer, worship (Christian)
MATINI A type of offering
MERIE Free of tapu
PAA-TEFE Castrate
PALI.3 Fast, go without food, mourn
PANI.3 Ritual humbling of self or others; prayer, supplication (Rby)
PIHE Lamentation, cries of grief: *pi(f,s)e
POLO-POLO First-fruits ceremony
POO.1C The Underworld
PUTU.2 Funeral feast, offering to the gods (Rby)
QAAVE-A Possessed by a spirit; raving
QARA-FAKI Stay awake with (esp. a dead or dying person)
ROTU.1 Spell, charm
SEA.3 To mourn the dead
SEWA.B Mourning practices or ceremonies
TAFU.B Perform ritual, sorcery
TAGA.3 Free from ritual restriction
TAPU Prohibited, under ritual restriction, taboo
TAUMAFA Ceremonial food; offering to the gods
TEFE Circumcise
TUQURI Formal visit to bereaved family
USU.2 An institutionalised performance, ceremony (Ebt)

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