Protoform: PAKOKO.A [PN] Dry and warped into a concave shape

Description: Dry and warped into a concave shape
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
East Futuna Pakoko Decharne, squelette (Gzl)
East Uvea Pakoko Concave; non plein; bossele; frise; retire (Btn)
Marquesas Pakoko Gousse, capsule (Lch)
Marquesas Puʔoʔo Desséché, brûlé par le soleil; coprah (Lch)
Marquesas Pokoko Se crevasser, se peler (en parlant de la peau des grands buveurs de kava); changer son test (pour les crustacées). (Dln)
Marquesas Pokoko te kiʔi (MQN) Squame, squama (scaly skin) (Chf)
Marquesas Pokoko, pokoʔo (Fatu Hiva) Tuberculose (Chf)
Marquesas Hue puóó Coloquinte (Dln)
Marquesas Hue puó A small gourd from the *rorro* tree of Otaheite (Cucurbita pruriens, Parkinson) (Crk)
Moriori Pakako Barren Problematic (Shd)
New Zealand Maori Pakoko Dried up, as a desiccated corpse, or dried whitebait; carved figures on canoe bows or posts, with characteristic protruding chests and concave backs (Bgs)
Niue Pakoko Stiff (as starched clothes). Brittle [ex. dry leaves] (Sph). (McE)
Tahitian Paoo The bark of the aute or china mulberry tree when in a state of preparation for being pasted together Problematic (Dvs)
Tokelau Paakookoo Cheek, gill-cover Problematic (Sma)
Tongan Pakoko Curved like a longitudinal sectio of a cylinder, or like a length of bark stripped from a tree (Cwd)
Vaeakau-Taumako Pakho/nga Hole (Hvn)

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