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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Rennellese AN.QAITU ʔAitu Deity
Samoan AN.QAITU Aitu Ghost, spirit
Sikaiana AN.QAITU Aitu Ghost, spirit
Tahitian AN.QAITU Aitu God or goddess
Takuu AN.QAITU Aitu Spirit, ghost
Tongan AN.QAITU (Tangi) lau/ʔaitu To lament
Tuamotu AN.QAITU Aitu Ghost, spirit
Tahitian AN.AKA.A Aʔa Racine (des plantes); infrabase fibreuse à la naissance des palmes de cocotier
East Uvea CE.AKI Aki/laloa Etre vaincu, battu, avoir le dessous Problematic
Tuamotu CE.AKI Aki Dash, beat against, beat upon
East Futuna PN.-QAKI.1 -ʔaki Suffixe verbale indiquant que l'action se fait à plusieurs, ou en compagnie de qqch.
Tongan PN.-QAKI.1 -ʔaki When suffixed to a noun, treat or use as; attached to certain intransitive verbs more or less equivalent to an English preposition such as with or about
Anuta PN.AKIAKI Akiaki Fairy tern
Hawaiian PN.AKIAKI Aʔiaʔi Fair, white, clear
Nukuoro PN.AKIAKI Agiagi Fairy tern, Gygis alba
Luangiua PN.AKIAKI Iai White seagull
Tahitian PN.AKIAKI Aiai Fair, clear, unsoiled, white, comely Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tikopia PN.AKIAKI Akiaki Fairy tern (Gygis alba)
Kapingamarangi MP.AKO Ako/ako Explain
Mangaia PN.-U ʔA/u You, the singular second personative substitute in certain possessive sentences
Marquesas FJ.QARA Aʔa (MQS), v/aʔa (MQN) (Atl). Eveille, s'éveiller. Garder, défendre, faire sentinelle; se redresser, se relever (Lch).
New Zealand Maori PN.QARA-FIA Whaka/arahia Raise, rouse
Samoan PN.ALAGA.A Aalaga Leg of pig and certain large animals
East Futuna TO.ALAGA.B Alaga All the parts and gear of a canoe; the main roof-bearers in a house Problematic
Niue TO.ALAGA.B Alaga vaka Parts of the canoe (other than the main hull)
Tongan TO.ALAGA.B Alanga Mast, sails, oars, tackle (of boat)
Rarotongan CE.ARAHURA Arahura Old name of Aitutaki (Etn) ara'ura
Hawaiian PN.AALAI Aalai Screen
New Zealand Maori PN.AALAI Aarai Screen
Moriori PN.AALAI Arai Barricade
Mangareva PN.AALAI Aarai Put obstacle in path, prevent, stop, shield. Guerrier au premier rang en combat; obstacle; empêcher, retenir, mettre obstacle
Niue PN.AALAI Alai-a Obstruct, stop up, block
Penrhyn PN.AALAI Aarai Hinder; curtain
Pukapuka PN.AALAI Aalai That which wards off, protects or defends as barrier; reef, in the sense of the outside reef considered as warding off the sea and protecting the land; reef heads and barriers in the lagoon
Rarotongan PN.AALAI Aarai Screen
Tahitian PN.AALAI Aarai Protect. S' interposer, empêcher (Lmt).
Tokelau PN.AALAI Aalai Reef inside the lagoon
Tuamotu PN.AALAI Aarai Screen v
New Zealand Maori CK.AARAI-TE-TOGA Aarai-te-tonga A peak on Ruapehu
Rarotongan CK.AARAI-TE-TOGA Aarai-te-tonga A principal koutu-ariki of Rarotonga
East Uvea PN.ALA-TI Alasi Toucher, porter la main sur
Penrhyn NP.ALEALE.C Vai areare Clear water, with nothing mixed in
Hawaiian CE.ARI Alia To wait, stop; usually as a command: stop! wait a minute!
Penrhyn CE.ARI Aaria To wait
Rarotongan CE.ARI Ari An exclamation: Wait! Stay!
Rarotongan CE.ARI ʔAaria Wait a minute!
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.LAU-QULU Rauru Hair (of head)
Tahitian PN.QALI.1A Ari/ari Clear, fair, transparent
Marquesas PN.HAALIQA Aiʔa Reef or rocks where seafood is gathered at low tide. Bas-fond de corail sur lequel les poulpes se tiennent ordinairement; récif de corail. Base de corail [Northwest Marquesan Dialect] (Lch).
Marquesas EP.QARIGA Aika (MQN), aiʔa (MQS) (Atl). Bâiller; cri que poussent les indigènes en bâillant (1904). Uncertain Semantic Connection