Protoform: QAMO-GA [PN] Load, burden: (ha)amo-ga

Description: Load, burden: (ha)amo-ga
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

*0 < PN *qamo, *-ga

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Anuta Amonga A load carried on the back and supported with one hand, "men's style" (Fbg)
East Futuna ʔAamoga Charge, fardeau (Mfr)
East Uvea Haʔamoga (arch.) Fardeau porté sur l'épaule aux deux extrémités d'un bâton (Rch)
East Uvea ʔAamoga Fardeau, charge que l'on porte sur l'épaule à l'aide d'un bâton (Rch)
Easter Island Amoŋa Atado, haz; hacer un atado (Fts)
Ifira-Mele Aamoga Load, burden (esp. carried at both ends of a pole) (Clk)
Marquesas Amoka (MQN), amona (MQS) Charge, fardeaux que l'on porte sur l'épaule (Dln)
Marquesas (Haʔa)moka (MQN) Porter (en balance sur l'épaule); carry (balanced on one shoulder) (Chf)
New Zealand Maori Amonga (= amoranga) The heart of one clain in battle, or other sacred food for conciliating an atua Uncertain Semantic Connection (Wms)
Nuguria Ru/amona Shoulder (Dvl)
Rennellese ʔAamonga Persons carrying a heavy load, as a canoe on shoulders; such a load (Ebt)
Samoan Amoga A burden; the name of the stars which form the belt of Orion (Prt)
Tahitian Amoa The name of a certain feast, when prayers were made, and certain ceremonies used, for the purpose of removing various restrictions in regard to the children of the chiefs and others, who before the performance of the amoa were reckoned sacred Uncertain Semantic Connection (Dvs)
Tikopia Amonga Shoulder load (n) (Fth)
Tokelau Aamoga Load on the shoulder (with or without a yoke) (Sma)
Tongan Haʔamonga Load or burden carried on a shoulder-stick (Cwd)
Tuamotu Amoŋa Shoulder-pole; burden carried on a shoulder pole (Stn)
Tuvalu Amoga Load to be carried on shoulde, burden, yoke; responsibility (Jsn)
Tuvalu Amoga Load carried on shoulder; twenty nuts (Rby)
West Futuna Monga A burden (Cpl)

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