Protoform: MAA-HUQI [PN] Sprained, strained (of muscle, tendon), dislocated, separated

Description: Sprained, strained (of muscle, tendon), dislocated, separated
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

*0 << PN *ma-.1, *huqi.1 "take off, detach"
*1 Cf. CE *ma-ui 'sick'

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
East Futuna Ma-ʔui Disloqué, déboîté, entorse (Gzl)
East Uvea Mahuʔi Se séparer, se détacher, cesser (Btn)
Easter Island Mauʔi Have a sprain or twist of a joint (Fts)
Hawaiian Maaui(ui) Sprained, bruised (Pki)
New Zealand Maori Ta/ui Sprained (Wms)
Niue Mahui To be sprained, strained. To crick (as the neck) (McE). (Sph)
Nukuoro Maaui Give birth to, born Problematic (Crl)
Rarotongan Maaui/ui Stiff, aching, sore and weary (Bse)
Rennellese Mauʔi Break or fall off (Ebt)
Samoan Maasui Sore (of arm after prolonged exertion). Joint dislocation (McP). Phonologically Irregular (Prt)
Samoan Maui (Of tide) ebb, recede; diminish, let up Problematic (Prt)
Samoan Maaui (Of swelling) go down, subside Problematic (Prt)
Tokelau Maaui Recede, subside, diminish; (tai maaui) ebbing tide (Sma)
Tongan Mahuʔi Wrenched off, come off (Cwd)
Tuamotu Maaui Sprain, dislocated (Stn)

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