Protoform: HURU.B [PN] Enter into, possess (as a spirit does a person)

Description: Enter into, possess (as a spirit does a person)
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
East Uvea Ulu sino Entrer dans le corps (en parlant du temonio) (Rch)
Easter Island Uru/ŋa Visión de cosas futuras, segunda vista (Fts)
Kapingamarangi Ulu/hia Ecstatic, excited (Lbr)
Mangareva Uru To cry out on account of the presence of a god (Tgr)
Mangareva ʔUru Etre inspiré; être possédé d'un esprit (Rch)
Mangareva ʔUru/ʔia te tiaporo Etre possédé; be possessed. (Chf)
Marquesas Uʔu tia. Uʔuʔia (Hiva Oa), uʔutia (Fatu Hiva) (i te tiaporo) Possédé (par le démon) (Dln)
Niue Huu/aitu To be possessed by a spirit or ghost (Sph)
Nukuoro Ulu/hia A sudden access of hostile feeling (Crl)
Pukapuka Ulu/wia Possessed (Bge)
Raʔivavae Iri To enter into, possess, inspire, as the spirit of a god enters into a medium or priest.. Phonologically Irregular (Stn)
Rennellese Ugu To possess and drive mad (Ebt)
Rennellese Ugu/hia To be possessed by an unworshipped supernatural and driven crazy; to be drunk (Ebt)
Samoan Ulu/itino To enter the body, to possess (as by an aitu) . (Of man with reference to supernatural agent, i.e. spirit, ghost) overpower, possess (Prt)
Tahitian Ûrû To be inspired, as the pretended Tahitian prophets; to be under the influence of some uncommon feeling (Dvs)
Tahitian Uru Etre possédé (du démon), avoir un accès de folie (Lmt)
Tokelau Ulu/fia Be possessed by a spirit (Sma)
Tongan Ulu/fia To infect (a wound or a limb etc.) so as to cause blood-poisoning (often impl.) Problematic (Cwd)
Tongan Ulu/isino To be in control of a person, as an obsession; said of a demon of hatred, etc. Problematic (Cwd)
Tuvalu Ulu/fia Possessed by a spirit; inspired (Rby)

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