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200 Results matching "hake" in entry:

Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Rarotongan PN.KEU.1 Keu Intrans. v., move, shift, stir, budge, shake; comply, agree; be willing
Tahitian NP.KOLI.1A Ori To shake
Tongan PN.HAKE.A Hake To go up, especially from the sea to the land; to go or come ashore; (esp. of fish) to be washed ashore; (of river) to rise
New Zealand Maori CE.KOO-RURE.* Koorure/rure Shake, stir up
Marquesas MP.KULU.1 Kuʔu/vahake, kuʔu/vahane Esp. d'arbre à pain
Niue XW.HAKE-GA Hakega Descendant. Heir (Bib.)
Tongan XW.HAKE-GA Hakenga Fate, destiny (of a fortunate kind)
Kapingamarangi FJ.LEPA.1 Repe Shake, wave
Sikaiana PN.LI-AKI Liaki Scatter about, shake out; (of fish) lay eggs; (of wind) change direction
Takuu PN.LI-AKI Riaki Perform throwing motion without releasing an object from the hand; scatter about, sprinkle; flick (s.o. from s.t. else); throw s.o. to the ground; throw s.t. over s.t. else without releasing it from one’s hand; shake out (with vigorous hand movement); throw with a sling; shed (hair, leaves, skin, etc.); cast off, lose (a tooth); lay (an egg) outside the nest; (of a baby) born prematurely
Tokelau PN.LI-AKI Lia/liaki To wave (e.g. a handkerchief); shake (e.g. head)
Hawaiian EP.RURE Lule Shake like a jelly
East Futuna MP.LITO.1 Lito Shake coconut leaf torch to make it burn
Kapingamarangi OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu To shake gently (e.g. baby's hammock or a bottle)
Easter Island OC.LUU.3 Ru/ruu/ Shake, tremble, quiver
East Futuna OC.LUU.3 Luluu Shake, shiver
Hawaiian OC.LUU.3 Luu(Luu) Shake
Emae OC.LUU.3 Ga/ruu/ruu Shake ; être effrayé
New Zealand Maori OC.LUU.3 Ruu(Ruu) Shake
Moriori OC.LUU.3 Ru/ru Shake (as a line by fish)
Marquesas OC.LUU.3 ʔUuʔuu Shake
Niue OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu To shake, to be shaken. Sift, strain; sieve, strainer (McE). To clean out (bottle, mouth) (Sph).
Nukuoro OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu Shake something back and forth
Penrhyn OC.LUU.3 Ruu/ruu Shake (Sta)
Pukapuka OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu Shake hard
Rarotongan OC.LUU.3 Ruu(ruu) Shake
Rennellese OC.LUU.3 Guu/guu Shake
Rotuman OC.LUU.3 Ruu Shake (e.g. branch of tree, bottle) Borrowed
Samoan OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu Shake
Sikaiana OC.LUU.3 Luu/luu Shake the head in the negative; shake an object, as an earthquake shakes an area; shake hands
Tikopia OC.LUU.3 Ruu(ruu) To shake
Tongan OC.LUU.3 Luu- Shake (in several compounds)
Tuamotu OC.LUU.3 Ruu Shake
Anuta PN.LUE.1 Ru/rue/ To shake
New Zealand Maori PN.LUE.1 Whaka/rue/rue Tremble, shake
Niue PN.LUE.1 Lue Shake, sway, tremble
Niue PN.LUE.1 Lue/lue Shake (of earth)
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.LUE.1 Lue/lue Shake
Pukapuka PN.LUE.1 Lue(lue) Shake, move from side to side
Samoan PN.LUE.1 Lue Shake; rock; nod (in falling asleep)
Takuu PN.LUE.1 Rue Rock or shake something back and forth
Tuamotu PN.LUE.1 Rue Tremble, shake v
West Uvea PN.LUE.1 Luelue-a To shake (U 1916)
Hawaiian PN.LELU Lule Shake like a jelly
New Zealand Maori PN.LELU Rure Shake something, brandish, dash upon, maltreat
New Zealand Maori PN.LUPE.2 Rupe/rupe Shake violently
Tuamotu PN.LUPE.2 Rupe Shake body while ruffling feathers (of a bird)
West Futuna EO.MAFUIKE Mafuke, mahuke (ANI) Earthquake; to move about, to shake Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island PN.MA-KENU Makenu Action, gesture, motion; agitate, gesticulate, shake, stir, move. Move (about in one place) (Wbr). Uncertain Semantic Connection
Rarotongan PN.MA-WAHE Maavae Quick irregular motion; streaming about as of the hair being blown about by the wind; fluttering, as a flag at the masthead; quiver, tremble, shake (Mka)