Protoform: LOFA.1 [PN] Bowed down (as with sorrow or fatigue)

Description: Bowed down (as with sorrow or fatigue)
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Anuta Roopaa To groan (or convulse?) in sleep Problematic (Fbg)
Fijian Ova Be bent over on Problematic (Hkt)
Hawaiian Loha Drooping, wilting (Pki)
Marquesas Oha Bow down (i). Se baisser, se courber, se pencher en avant, se prosterner (Lch). Pencher, penché; lean, bent over (Atl). Phonologically Irregular (Dln)
Marquesas Oha te upoko/upoʔo Baisser la tête; hang one's head (Chf)
Marquesas Och a To lean, incline (Rbs)
New Zealand Maori Roha/i Disconsolate (Wms)
Samoan Lofa Cower down (Prt)
Tahitian Roha Heaviness, to stagger as a man under a heavy load, or as a drunken man; faint, wearied (Dvs)
Tongan Loofa/sia Humbled, subdued (Cwd)
Tuamotu Ofa, oha Lean over, bend over Problematic (Stn)
Tuvalu Lo/lofa/ Crumple and fall slowly (of people), stagger, faint (Rby)

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