Protoform: FANA.2 [MP] Hot; heat n

Description: Hot; heat n
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to MP: Malayo-Polynesian

*0 >> PN *ma-fana "warm", *faka-fana "re-heat cooked food"
*5 PMP *panas "warm, hot" (ACD).
*8 Note. While the root is found throughout PN it is found as a free form meaning "hot, heat" only in EP and KAP which makes it a candidate for uniquely shared retention in CC.

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Easter Island Hana Hot, warm; heat n.; feel warm (Fts)
Emae Fan/fana/sia Heat up (cooked food) (Cpl)
Hawaiian Ha(ha)na Hot, warm; heat (Pki)
Kapingamarangi Hana Hot (not in Lbr) (Ebt)
Mangareva ʔA/ʔana Chaleur; chauffer (Rch)
Mangareva Ana/ana Chaleur étouffante (Rch)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Ta/hana To rewarm or re-cook food (Sve)
Marquesas Ha/hana (NKH-Atl). Piquant, cuisant, brulant, comme le poivre (Dln)
Marquesas Hánna To be warm in affection or anger (Crk)
Marquesas Pi/hana/hana (MQS-Atl). Cuisant, piquant, âpre. Spicy (Atl). (Lch)
New Zealand Maori Hana Radiate heat, shine, glow; source of heat and light (Wms)
Niue Fana/hi Apply something hot as a treatment for sickness; to hit with bare hands, cuff Problematic (Sph)
Raʔivavae Hana To shine, glisten; (obs.) to be warm, hot (Stn)
Rarotongan ʔAna A root meaning "heat" (Bse)
Tuamotu Hana Give forth heat, be warm (Stn)

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