Protoform: TALI.3A [AN] Cord, noose, anything used for tying

Description: Cord, noose, anything used for tying
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to AN: Austronesian

*2 PFJ *cari "noose, snare" (Bst. 1976b).
*3 PEO *tali "rope" (Gty. 1983).
*4 POC *tali "rope, cord, plaiting" (LPO I:83)
*6 PAN *CaliS "rope, cord, twine, string" (ACD).
*7 PBN *tali "rope" (Lvy. 1979).

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Anuta Tari A kind of plaiting (Yen)
Anuta Tari Sennit cord used for lashing canoes (Fbg)
Anuta Tari/matanga Loop for catching sharks and other large fish (Fbg)
Fijian Dali Pandanus sp. used for rope-making Problematic (Cpl)
Luangiua Kali/kali Wall pegs to hang things on (Smd)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Tari Type of climbing bandage; strip of bark, coconut midrib skin (Bck)
New Zealand Maori Tari A mode of plaiting with several strands; noose for catching birds etc. (Wms)
Nggela Tali Rope (Fox)
Nuguria Tari Coconut frond or other cordage used for stringing fish (Dvl)
Nukuoro Dali/masanga Way of tying (rope, etc.) (Crl)
Nukuoro Dali Fibres of the coconut leaf rachis (Crl)
Nukuoro Tali A rope (Crn)
Penrhyn Tari Rope or string made from the bark of the midrib of coconut frond by beating and twisting (Sta)
Rapa Tari A cord with which gourds are tied (Sks)
Rarotongan Tari Anything used for tying up or lashing together (Bse)
Rennellese Haka/tagi/ Sennit noose for snaring sharks (Ebt)
Rotuman Fali Belt (Cwd)
Saʔa ʔAli Rope (Ivs)
Sikaiana Tali String from coconut palm used for tying (Dnr)
Tahitian Tari Stalk of fruit (Dvs)
Takuu Tari Soft interior surface of the stem of a coconut frond or other cordage used for stringing fish (Mle)
Tuamotu Tari Noose for catching birds, eels etc.; to ensnare (Stn)
Vaeakau-Taumako Tali Rope at the end of a net (Hvn)
Waya Tali Plait (Ply)

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