Protoform: TURUMA [EC] Ritually restricted place (latrine, dung-heap; grave)

Description: Ritually restricted place (latrine, dung-heap; grave)
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to EC: Ellicean

*1 Cf. TON *tu`u "ease the bowels or bladder, relieve oneself", PN *luma "ashamed, shy"

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Hawaiian Kuluma Accustomed to, intimate with; usual, customary Uncertain Semantic Connection (Pki)
Mangareva Aka/turuma/ Sluggish, idle person who does nothing but talk about what he can do; to sit down near your work and do nothing Uncertain Semantic Connection (Tgr)
Mangareva ʔAka/turuuma Etre assis près de son travail, et revenir sans avoir rien fait Uncertain Semantic Connection (Rch)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Turuma Spirit; burial place (Bck)
Marquesas Tuuma Jaloux, colère, bouder Uncertain Semantic Connection (Dln)
New Zealand Maori Turuma Ritually restricted place; latrine (Wms)
Nuguria Taruma Grab Phonologically Irregular (Ths)
Nuguria Taaruma Cemetery Phonologically Irregular (Dvl)
Nukumanu Taruma Tomb (Trt)
Pukapuka Tuluma Grave (Bge)
Rarotongan Turuma Ghost, apparition; + corpse (Etn) (Sve)
Tahitian Turuma A place in the outside of the back part of the native houses, where all refuse was cast, a sort of dung-hill; but it was sacred, and no one ought to walk over it (Dvs)
Tahitian Fare/turuma An out house to keep lumber in; also one occupied by a tii (Lmt)
Tahitian Faʔa/turuma Rester songeur. To be silent, to appear thoughtful and serious (Dvs). Uncertain Semantic Connection (Lmt)
Takuu Taaruma Burial mound, top surface of a grave Phonologically Irregular (Mle)

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