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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
East Uvea PN.AGE Age Particule tres employe qui marque un rapport a une troisieme personne ou a un lieu different de celui ou l'on est; ...marque aussie le comparatif plus
Kapingamarangi PN.AGE Ange Towards the addressee ; away from speaker and listener
Ifira-Mele PN.AGE Age Postposed particle indicating motion or direction towards a third person
Niue PN.AGE Age Post-verbal directive indicating orientation away from both speaker and hearer toward a third person (almost exclusively used with verbs of speaking, hitting or giving)
Nukuoro PN.AGE Ange Away from speaker and hearer; more, farther; again
Penrhyn PN.AGE Ange Direction away from speaker and hearer
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.QANA-I-LAA-NEI Nailane Today
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.AGE Ange Away, more (postnuclear, mostly clitic, directional particle indicating motion or action away from both speaker and hearer, towards a third person or in general away from something. It is also used to express comparison or a greater amount of something)
Rennellese PN.AGE Ab/ange/ Give to a third person
Rennellese PN.AGE Ange Postposed particle softening entreaties, sometimes with a nuance of emotion (hope, sorrow, pity, affection, pleasure)
Rotuman PN.AGE -age Neither towards the speaker nor the one spoken to, along
Samoan PN.AGE Ane Away from speaker and hearer
Tongan PN.AGE Ange To or towards him, along; -er, more, to a greater degree
East Futuna AN.AGI.1 Agi Blow (of wind, breeze)
Hawaiian AN.AGI.1 Ani Blow (of wind, breeze)
New Zealand Maori AN.AGI.1 Angi/angi Light breeze
Ifira-Mele AN.AGI.1 Agi/agi Breeze
Hawaiian PN.FAKA-AGI Hoʔaani To beckon, wave, signal; to let wind
Motu AN.AGI.1 Lai Breeze; wind
Mangareva AN.AGI.1 Agi(agi) Blow gently. Air légèrement agité; zéphyr; souffler coucement; (excl) quel plaisir!
Niue AN.AGI.1 Angi Gentle breeze; to blow gently (of the wind)
Niue AN.AGI.1 A/agi/, agi/agi Blow gently (of wind)
Nukuoro AN.AGI.1 Angi Blow gently (of wind); a disturbance (of the water)
Nukuoro AN.AGI.1 Angi/angi Blow with increasing force, blow continuously (wind); fan (v)
Penrhyn AN.AGI.1 Angiangi Blow; light breeze
Pukapuka AN.AGI.1 Angiangi Soft, breeze; windy ; windy, breezy
Rarotongan AN.AGI.1 Angi Blow (of wind, breeze)
Rennellese AN.AGI.1 Angi Blow (of wind, breeze)
Samoan AN.AGI.1 Agi Blow (of wind, breeze)
Takuu AN.AGI.1 Ani (Of a gust of wind) blow; blow gently
Tuvalu OC.A A Personal article
Tuvalu PN.-A -a Noun stativiser
Tuvalu AN.QAA.1 Aa Fence
Tuvalu NP.AE Aaee Yes
Tuvalu MP.AFAA Afaa Storm, typhoon, hurricane, cyclone
Tuvalu PN.QASA-GA.A Aasaga Shallow passage. Sandbank (Bsr).
Tuvalu MP.AFE.1A Afe Deviate; Call in on while passing
Tuvalu PN.AFE.2 Afe Thousand
Tuvalu PN.QAA-FEA Aafea When? (in the future)
Tuvalu AN.AFI Afi Fire
Tuvalu PN.QAFII Afii Wrap a parcel
Tuvalu AN.AFIAFI Afiafi Evening
Tuvalu EO.AFU.1 Afu Offspring, have offspring.: fertile.
Tuvalu SO.AFU.3 Afu Similar, resemble
Tuvalu PN.QAFU.1 Aafu To sweat
Tuvalu PN.QAAFUA Aafua Small, bare island
Tuvalu MP.AFU-AFU Aafuaafu To drizzle
Tuvalu PN.QAGA.1 Aga/aga mafai Hammerhead Shark
Tuvalu PN.QAGAQAGA-MAFAI Agaaga mafai Hammerhead shark "Nukulaelae only"
Tokelau AN.AGI.1 Agi The blowing of the wind