Protoform: SAKI [PN] Throw down, throw away, expel: *saki-na

Description: Throw down, throw away, expel: *saki-na
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to PN: Polynesian

*8 Note. :The only Maori example (AHM2:21) occurs in a context where it refers to "overthrowing (of fences and houses by wind)".

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
New Zealand Maori Haki-na Cast away (Wms)
New Zealand Maori Haakina/kina Sport, enjoy oneself Problematic (Wms)
Niue Haki To throw down (Lws)
Raʔivavae Haʔi To hurl a stone or missile; to loose, let go (Stn)
Rennellese Saki To be discharged, sacked (Ebt)
Samoan Saʔi/na Be thrown down, as a burden of food brought as a present; pull a man down backwards by his burden; break down (as trees by the wind) (Prt)
Sikaiana Saki Expel (Dnr)
Sikaiana S/saki/ Dismiss (Dnr)
Tahitian Hai/a A human sacrifice; also the bodies of those slain in war Uncertain Semantic Connection (Dvs)
Tikopia Saki Sticking out, protruding Problematic (Fth)
Tokelau Haaki/na Be dragged into or towards something (Sma)
Tuamotu Haki Cast away, hurl away, throw; relinquish (Stn)
Tuamotu Haki Placed upon an altar in sacrifice to a god Problematic (Stn)

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