Protoform: MAE.1A [OC] Withered, wilted

Description: Withered, wilted
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to OC: Oceanic

*4 POC *mai9 "withered, faded" (Fwt. 1983).

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
East Futuna Mae Half-dry (of kava), withered (I) (Mfr)
East Futuna Gae Withered, dry Problematic (Bgs)
East Uvea Mae Etre fané, flétri (Rch)
Easter Island Mae/mae Withered (Fts)
Emae Mae Wilt (Cpl)
Hawaiian Mae Withered (Pki)
Kapingamarangi Mae Wither (Lbr)
Luangiua Mae Dried out leaf, withered; sun-burnt; flat, like bike tyre (Smd)
Mangareva Mae Withered. Se flétrir; pâlir, être pâle (Rch)
Mangareva Ko/mae Arbre à pain qui reste en bon état, mais dont les fruits avortent (Rch)
Mangareva Ko/mae/mae Etre mou, posé (se dit des yeux qui sont mous, mais non vifs et pétillants) Uncertain Semantic Connection (Rch)
Mangareva ʔAka/mae/mae Anémie, anemia. (Chf)
Marquesas Mae Fruit à pain devenu mou par le moyen du trou qu'on lui a fait à la queue avec un morceau de bois (Dln)
New Zealand Maori Mae Withered (Wms)
Nukuoro Mae Withered (Crl)
Penrhyn Mae/mae Withered, dry (Sta)
Pukapuka Mae Scorched, dried, burned by sun (Bge)
Rarotongan Mae Withered; wilt, shrivel (Bse)
Rennellese Mae Wilt, be wilted (Ebt)
Rotuman Mai Withered, dried, faded (Cwd)
Samoan Mae Withered (Prt)
Sikaiana Mae Withered (Dnr)
Tahitian Mae/mae Ramolli, flétri, se flétrir (fruit); fané, se faner (fleur). (Lmt)
Tahitian Mae Thin, lean, applied to animals when decaying or falling away; withered, fermented (Dvs)
Takuu Mae Withered, dried (Hwd)
Takuu M/mae (of plants) Withered, dried out, shriveled; (of a sore etc.) dried up (Mle)
Tikopia Mae Wilted (Fth)
Tokelau Ma/mae/ Withered, die away (Sma)
Tongan Mae Withered (Cwd)
Tuamotu Mae Withered (Stn)
Tuvalu Mae/mae Tip of coconut leaf Problematic (Rby)
Vaeakau-Taumako Mae Wither, dry in the sun (of leaves) (Hvn)
West Futuna Mae Shrivel, dry up, wither. Fanée (fleur) (Rve). (Dty)
West Uvea Mae Flétri, fané (Hmn)

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