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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tongan AN.AGI.1 Angi Blow (of wind, breeze)
Tuamotu AN.AGI.1 Aŋi Breeze
West Uvea AN.AGI.1 Angi Vent
West Uvea AN.AGI.1 Angi/angi (Vent) souffler sans cesse
Easter Island PN.AGI.2 Aŋi Be certain, know Problematic
Hawaiian PN.AGI.2 Aniani Travel swiftly
New Zealand Maori PN.AGI.2 Angi(angi) Unencumbered; thin; light, gentle breeze
Niue PN.AGI.2 Angi(angi) Tramp, vagabond, destitute, prostitute
Penrhyn PN.AGI.2 Angiangi Thin and light object, e.g. paper
Rotuman PN.AGI.2 Agi Idle, doing nothing
Takuu PN.AGI.2 Ani Feel very empty (of stomach); hungry, famished, starved
Tuamotu PN.AGI.2 Aŋi Unencumbered, free, light
New Zealand Maori CK.AGI.3 Angiangi A plant (Coprosma bauerii)
Rarotongan CK.AGI.3 ʔAnge (Geniostoma sykesii) ("Apparently Cheeseman (1903) and Campbell (1932) mistakenly applied this name (misspelled as angi) to the similar looking but unrelated Coprosma laevigata." Problematic
Rarotongan CK.AGI.3 Ange (Geniostoma rarotongensis) Problematic
Tahitian CK.AGI.3 Aiai A species of the pandanus (called also fara vao) Problematic
Anuta AN.AGO.1 Ango (Curcuma domestica)
East Uvea AN.AGO.1 Ago Nom d'une plante donnant une coleur jaune. Curcuma domestica (le curcuma, safran des Indes)
Fijian AN.AGO.1 Cago (Curcuma domestica)
Mota AN.AGO.1 Aŋoaŋo Yellow
Nggela AN.AGO.1 Angoango Yellow
Niue AN.AGO.1 Ago Turmeric (Curcuma longa), yellow
Nukumanu AN.AGO.1 Te lau ano Turmeric
Nukuoro AN.AGO.1 Gano/ango Yellow
Luangiua AN.AGO.1 Lauʔ/aŋo Turmeric (Curcuma domestica)
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.AMO.1A Amo/amo Perfume, turmeric powder, custom powder
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.AMO.1A Amo/mo/ia Apply custom powder to
Rennellese AN.AGO.1 Ango Turmeric plant, (Curcuma longa)
Samoan AN.AGO.1 Ago (Curcuma domestica)
Takuu AN.AGO.1 Ano Turmeric (Curcuma domestica), the plant as well as the processed rhizome
Tongan AN.AGO.1 Ango Turmeric (Curcuma longa) (ango kula), also ginger (Zingiber zerumbet) (ango hina) Borrowed
East Futuna PN.AGO.2 Ago Tracer, marquer de couleur
East Uvea PN.AGO.2 Ago Keep a liquid from dispersing by damming it up in some way (e.g. soup in a banana leaf)
East Uvea PN.AGO.2 Ago/ʔi Marquer avec la couleur de l' ago
Penrhyn PN.AGO.2 Ango Imitate
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.AGO.2 Ango/i Decoration
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.AGO.2 Ango/ia Engage [in marriage] (vt); decorate
Pukapuka PN.AGO.2 Ango To measure
Pukapuka PN.AGO.2 Ango/ango Careful rationing of a limited supply
Samoan PN.AGO.2 Ago Sketch out (a design), mark line for cutting ; mark with charcoal, draw lines for tattooing
Samoan PN.AGO.2 Ago/ago Plan, devise
Tongan PN.AGO.2 Agoʔi Make line(s) on, mark out
Easter Island NP.QAGO.A ʔAŋo/ʔaŋo Demacrado, enjuto, enflaquecido (por el hambre)
Fijian NP.QAGO.A Y/ago/ caa Lean, lanky
New Zealand Maori NP.QAGO.A Ango/a Wasted away
Tongan PN.QAGO.B ʔAngoʔango Absolutely empty, absolutely dry, completely finished (of a vessel which has had liquid in it)
East Futuna PN.QAGO.B ʔAgoʔago Entièrement, totalement (postverbe) Uncertain Semantic Connection
Rennellese PN.QAGO.B ʔAngoʔango Low tide
Rarotongan PN.QAGO.B Angoo Emptiness
Samoan NP.QAGO.A Ago/si Wasted with sickness