Protoform: TATA.2 [SO] Pull, tug, jerk

Description: Pull, tug, jerk
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to SO: Samoic-Outlier Polynesian

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Anuta Tata To pull coconut seedling out of the ground (Fbg)
East Futuna Tata Arracher (Mfr)
East Uvea Tata Arracher (Rch)
Hawaiian Ka/kaka Bow; bent, as a bow; to shoot, as a bow; deep-sea fishing with weighted line Problematic (Pki)
Kapingamarangi Dada To pull; to drag; to grab (away from) (Lbr)
Luangiua Ka/kaka To pull, pluck (Smd)
Mangareva Tata/tata Etre accroché par les cheveux (Rch)
Nukumanu Tata/kole, tata/kore Tempt; incite Uncertain Semantic Connection (Trt)
Nukuoro Dada To pull (Crl)
Nukuoro Da/tada To jerk repeatedly; an intermittent sharp pain (Crl)
Rennellese Tata To drag, haul or move, as trash or a canoe; to draw, as a bow... (Ebt)
Samoan Tata To jerk off, to pluck with violence (Prt)
Sikaiana Tata To jerk a line, as in jerking a trap (Dnr)
Takuu Tata Pull, jerk (a line) (Mle)
Tikopia Tata Move gently, as in short jerks (Fth)
Tokelau Tata Pull forcefully, haul violently; (grab); a fish-trap...which can be closed by pulling a line (Sma)
Tuvalu Tata Pull out (as of knife from sheath, tooth from jaw) (Rby)
Vaeakau-Taumako Tata Halyard (to raise sail) [Taumako Dialect] (Gge)
West Uvea Tata, taa/ngia Hisser; mettre à la voile (Hmn)

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