Niue entries in Pollex-Online

Protoform Item Description Source
PN.KA-NA.3 Kane Conjunction, past conditional, usually followed by mai: If. (Sph)
MP.KANAHE Kanahe Mullet (Sph)
PN.TALO-TALO Talotalo Lily (Crinum spp.); an introduced ornamental (Caladium bicolor) (Sph)
OC.KANO.1A Kano Grain of wood or timber. Seed (McE). (McE)
PN.KAANONI Kanoni/a Full, filled (McE)
PN.KANO-WAKA Kano/vaka Crew of a canoe; best catch from a fishing trip (Sph)
PN.KANUME Kanume Tree sp. (Diospyros ferrea) (Sph)
PN.KAPA.1 Ka/kapa To reach out. To struggle with the hands (as in travelling through the bush etc) (McE). (Sph)
TA.KAPA.3 Kapa Flash (of lightning) Problematic (Sph)
PN.KAPA.4 Kapa Attempt to do something, long to do something (Sph)
PN.KAPA.4 Kapa/kapa Attempt something beyond one's power (Sph)
OC.KAPA-KAPA.A Kapa(kapa), tapa(tapa) Flap wings, flutter (Sph)
OC.KAPA-KAPA.A Pakapaka To flap, as a bird's wings (McE)
PN.KAPA-KAU Tapakau. Kapakau (Lws). Wing (of any flying thing). Fin of a fish (McE). Phonologically Irregular (Sph)
PN.KAPE.1 Kape Giant taro (Alocasia macrorrhiza)... (Sph)
MP.KAPI.A Kapi/ti Pick up with an implement (e.g. tongs) (Sph)
PN.KAPI.B Kapi Chip or fragment (as of rock, coconut shell, china etc.) Uncertain Semantic Connection (McE)
CE.KAAPITI.1 Kapiti/piti To bring together, join one thing to another Borrowed (McE)
CE.KAAPITI.1 Kapiti/ga Friend. (Used mostly of wives) (Tgr). (Sph)
MP.KAPU.1A Kapi/niu Cup for drinking (originally made from coconut shell) Phonologically Irregular (Sph)
FJ.KAPU.2 Kapu/ti To overspread, cover the whole surface. Nappy; put nappy on baby (Sph). (McE)
AN.KASO.1 Kaho Wooden ribs of thatched roof (Sph)
MP.KASO.2 Kaho Bamboo-like grass or reed (Miscanthus floridulus); bamboo (Sph)
PN.KASOA Kahoa Necklace (Sph)
PN.KASO-KASO.1 Kahokaho Side of a person’s body (refers to the area under the arm and above the hips) (Sph)
PN.KASO-KASO.1 Hui kahokaho Side rib, rib bone (Sph)
PN.KATA.1 Kata Laugh (Sph)
AN.KATI Ka/kati Hold between teeth or lips (Sph)
MP.KATO.1 Kato Basket (Sph)
PN.KATOA Katoa Whole, all, total (Sph)
PN.KATOA Gotoa All, everyone, whole (Archaic, used in church) Problematic (Sph)
PN.KATOFA Kotofa Appoint, choose, elect (Sph)
PN.QATIU Atiu A cucumber-like plant (Cucumis anguria) (Sph)
NP.KATULI Katule Plants with an edible root (Amaranthus viridis), pigweed and (Boerhavia diffusa) Phonologically Irregular (Whr)
NP.KATULI Kaatule A plant, a plantation weed (Boerhavia diffusa) occasionally used as a herb Phonologically Irregular (Sph)
PN.KAU.2B Kau Troop, company, gang; to team up, act in an organized way (Sph)
AN.KAU.3 Kau Wood, timber (Sph)
PN.KAU.5 Kau Side, sideways, in proximity to a side, edge (in compounds); full (moon); prefix indicating side, edge, brim, or boundary of some object or area (Sph)
PN.KAU.6 Kau, kou I, me...(arch.) (Sph)
FJ.IRI.B Ili To swing, to fan Phonologically Irregular (Sph)
FJ.IRI.B Ili/ili To fan; fan (n) (Sph)
PN.KAU-FANA Kaufana Bow, gun (Sph)
PN.KAU-HALA Kauhala Roadside (Sph)
PN.KAU-HAGA Kauhanga Groin (Sph)
OC.WILI.1A Ko/vili Whirlpool, a cylindrical opening in the reef (Sph)
OC.KAU-KAU Koukou Bathe, have a bath (Sph)
OC.KAU-KAU Kaukau To bathe (Avatele dialect) (McE)
PN.KAU-WAKA Kauvaka Sailor, crew (Sph)
OC.KAWA.1A Kava Plant sp. (Piper methysticum); drink made of kava plant; any intoxicating drink (Sph)
PN.KAWA-SUSU Kauhuhu, ko(u)huhu Shrub sp. (Tephrosia purpurea), used to stupefy small fish for bait (Sph)

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