Protoform: TAKAA [NP] Snood, the binding attaching a hook to a fishing line

Description: Snood, the binding attaching a hook to a fishing line
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to NP: Nuclear Polynesian

*1 Cf. PN *takai "wrap around"

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Kapingamarangi Daga Leader for a fish-line (Lbr)
Mangareva Takaa/ra Petite ficelle qui attache l'amorce à l'hameçon (Rch)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Taka Line or snood (Bck)
Marquesas Taka Courroie, lien de cuir; ceinture, ceinturon (Lch)
New Zealand Maori Takaa Thread by which the hook is fastened to the line (Wms)
Nukuoro Dagaa A leader for a fishline, made of olongaa (Pipturus argenteus) (Crl)
Pukapuka Takaa Snood (fishing) (Bge (Bge)
Rapa Taka Portion of line attached to hook; a snood (Sks)
Rennellese Taka, takaa- To wind, as cord about a fish hook; loop on a braid about a large wooden shark hook (Ebt)
Samoan Taʔaa Fishing-line (Prt)
Takuu Takaa Rope or string lashing used to join two pieces of wood flush together; lashing in this manner to join two pieces of wood or rope; rope binding used to attach the barb to the shaft of a wooden fishhook; (obs.) plank tied to the side of a traditional canoe to cover the caulking material (Mle)
Tikopia Takaa Cord attaching traditional fish line to hook (Fth)
Tokelau Takaa Wire trace for fishing; put wire trace on a hook (Sma)
Tuvalu Taka Snood of fish-hook (Rby)
West Futuna Taka Twine used specifically for fixing fishhook to fishing line (Dty)

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