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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Luangiua EC.FAI-TAMANA Hai kamaŋa [father and son]
Luangiua XO.FAI-.6 Hai makua Familie
Luangiua XO.FAI-.6 Hai kamaŋa [father and son]
Luangiua XO.FAI-.6 Hai kipuŋa [grandmother and grandson]
Luangiua PN.MAFI Hai/mahi Schimpfen [abuse] Uncertain Semantic Connection
Anuta AN.KOTI.1 Koti To cut hair, but not too short, as for men and unmarried women
Luangiua XO.FAA-ITE.C Haike Versuchen [try]
Tikopia SO.MALIGA Maringa/ringa Hair at border of temple
Nukuoro SO.MALIGA Malinga/linga Sideburns (of hair)
Anuta PN.LAU-QULU Rau uru Head hair
Anuta PN.LEA Re(e)/rea To speak (rarely used, probably archaic form)
Anuta MP.SIKU.A Tiku/roa Cat ("long-tail") [archaic word, may be of TIK origin]
Tikopia MP.SELU Seru/uruu Comb (mod.); (previously) sharpened stick used to tease out hair
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.HAI (H)ai (na hai, ko ai) Who?
Penrhyn PN.MA-FOLA Maasora-hia To loosen [ex. hair] Phonologically Irregular
Marquesas OC.FAI-MANU Hai manu (UAP), hai ʔeʔe/manu (MQS) Raie léopard (Aetobatus ocellatus)
Penrhyn OC.FAI.2A Hai Skill
Tuvalu NP.LALA.2 Laa/h/lala Ruffled (of feathers); also of persons who have not combed their hair
Tuvalu XW.KELO.3 K/kelo (of hair) Blond, fair, brown (any hair colour other than black)