Reconstruction Level: PN - Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
TAA-FILI To turn
FULU-MATA Eyelashes, eyebrows: *fulu(-fulu)-mata
FAKA-TONU.A To make straight, true or correct
FAKA-TONU.B To accept or present something as true or correct
FAKA-TONU.C To judge, order, instruct, regulate, settle differences
FAKA-TUPU.A Cause to grow, raise, rear
FAKA-TUPU.B To create, start, originate, cause
FAKA-TUPU.C To cause to rise, heap up, pile up; to gather, meet
MATE.1C Feel strong desire or need
FAKA-MATA.1 Sharpen
TAU-PILI Follow closely, be closely associated
MANU-A Infested; full of insects or other small creatures
MAQU-.2 Prefix to locative bases indicating (further) in the direction of
TUQU-TAGA Piece of something cut up
ALA Touch, take in hand
TURI-QI-LIMA Elbow: *tuli(-qi)-lima
QAMO-GA Load, burden: (ha)amo-ga
HALA-MATUQA Main road
WAO-MATUQA Virgin forest, old-growth forest
FETUQU-AFIAFI Evening Star
SUMU.3 Name of a celestial object
FAKA-MAGA Open mouth or other orifice
QOTA-QOTA Rubbish, refuse
QOTAI Dish of raw fruits: (')o(o)tai
PELU.B Improvised container made of folded leaf
KANAGA Joke, personal taunt
KANO-MATE Meat, esp. lean meat
KAATOA-GA Large feast
TIPI.1B Slap, strike a glancing blow
FAQA.4 Work hard
FAI-QUMU Cook in earth oven
TOGI.2 Exchange, change places, take turns
FAU.B Bark of hibiscus tiliaceus used for various purposes
FAKA-SIKU Make an ending, cut short
SOKO.5 High or rising (tide): *(so)soko, *(ho)hoko
MAKA-SUNU Oven stone
MANAWA-SEE Fearful
TANO.2 Burial place
TULU-TULU.2 Eaves of a house
WAO-A Overgrown
SUNU-KI Insert, stick in the ground
KAAKAA.2 Deceive, boast, provocative or aggressive talk
GAGAU Unwell
LOTO-GA Middle, within, during
LONA Hiccups, have hiccups; to choke: *lo(o)na(a)
TAQAGA Composition; words or gesturesto music
TAA.1D Beat a rhythm; play (a musical instrument)
TUA.4 Yam variety
TUKI.B Knock, collide, strike (accidentally), stumble
TUKI.C Pounder, pestle; thing for pounding or striking

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