Protoform: PAU.1D [EP] Consumed, exhausted, used up, worn out, destroyed; totally, completely

Description: Consumed, exhausted, used up, worn out, destroyed; totally, completely
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to EP: East Polynesian

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Easter Island Pau Worn out; to abrade, erase, rub, wear out (Fts)
Fijian Bau Taken away (Cpl)
Hawaiian Pau To be completely possessed, consumed, destroyed (Pki)
Hawaiian Pa/pau Deeply engaged, as in an activity; engrossed, absorbed; united, all together (Pki)
Marquesas Tu/pau S'esquiver, s'enfuir (Dln)
Marquesas Pao Epuisé Phonologically Irregular (Dln)
Marquesas Pou To expend (Crk)
Moriori Pau, pou Eaten, consumed, destroyed, completely acquire (Shd)
New Zealand Maori Pau Consumed, exhausted; denoting the complete or exhaustive character of any action (Wms)
Niue Pau Tarnished, faded Borrowed Problematic (Sph)
Penrhyn Pau Consumed, used up, run out; lose a game (Sta)
Pukapuka Pau All gone, used up Borrowed (Bge)
Rarotongan Pou, pau All gone, used up, worn out, exhausted, spent, eliminated, destroyed, done for (Bse)
Tahitian Pau Etre consommé, dépensé, vide, usé, détruit; il n'y a plus de..., ne plus exister (Lmt)
Tuamotu Pau Consumed, used up, exhausted (as provisions, food); exterminated, destroyed...spent (of the breath) (Stn)
Vaeakau-Taumako Hua/pau/ai Eat every single bit of food in a meal (Hvn)

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