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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Rapa CE.MOEMOE-AA.* Moekee Dream Problematic
Rarotongan PN.MOSO.1A Kuraa/moʔo Blue Lorikeet (Vini peruviana) (Aitutaki)
Easter Island PN.NAQA.3 Naʔa Hide, keep secretly. Hide, conceal (a thing) (Wbr).
Rennellese PN.NAQA.3 Naʔa/naʔa Use cautiously, keep, set aside
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.SAQELE Le/kee Go out, get away!; oh! (interjection indicating mild surprise)
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.PAKEE Pakee Sound, noise
Marquesas CE.PAKA-KINA Bo, kerʔkeen Tumult Phonologically Irregular
New Zealand Maori PN.PAKEE Pakee Crack; rending sound
New Zealand Maori CE.PAA-KEKE Paakeekee Grate, scrape, remove skin from potatoes
Tokelau PN.PALE-PALE Palepale The bottom plate or base of a traditional house from which the side-posts rise, which serves also to keep the coral pebble flooring in
Tongan FJ.SAGA.1B Hanga/naki Keeping on, continuing
Tongan PN.PAATA Paatapata Have a lot to say; keep on expressing one's opinion; be jubilant
Hawaiian NP.PAATEE.1 Pakee Brittle, weak Problematic
Kapingamarangi PN.PENA.1B Bene/bene Keep, care for, take care of
Tongan PN.PENA.1B Pena/pena/ Keep a boat trim and clean
Rennellese MP.PIKI.1A Pipiki Keep, retain, hold, save
Tokelau FJ.POLE.A Pole Eager desire, keen wish
Nukuoro PN.PUI.A Bui/bui Keep in (e.g. pigs); keep out (e.g. wind); soak (in water)
Pukapuka PN.PULE.2 Pule A prayer, pray ; guard, keep watch
New Zealand Maori NP.PULU.7 Pu/puru-tia Retain possession of, keep, hold in the hand
Niue PN.SEGA.1 Hega Blue-crowned Lory or parakeet (Vini australis); affectionate term for wife or daughter
Luangiua PN.SEGA.1 Seŋa Green palm lorikeet (Vini palmarum) (Bayliss-Smith)
Rennellese PN.SEGA.1 Se/senga Green palm lorikeet
Tuamotu OC.SIWILI Vini Pacific Lorikeet (Vini peruviana)
New Zealand Maori FJ.SOKA-I Hokai Brace, stay (e.g. crossed sticks) to keep hinaki in place
Easter Island FJ.TAFU.A Tahu To keep the umu going for the daily meals of the working hands . Servir comida a personas que ayudan en un trabajo; hacerles comida diaria en curanto
Penrhyn NP.TAKA.1D Taka/kee Separate one another for good, pass away, divorce
East Futuna FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Keel of boat. Fond (bouteille), cale (bateau) (Mfr).
Fijian FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Keel of canoe
New Zealand Maori FJ.TAKELE.A Takere Bottom [ex. of sea, basket]; main part of the hull of a canoe; keel; centre of a pathway worn by foot traffic
Pukapuka FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Keel of a boat
Rarotongan FJ.TAKELE.A Takere Bottom, bed (of sea or chest); keel
Samoan FJ.TAKELE.A Taʔele The keel of a canoe; the bottom of a box, pail &c.
Takuu FJ.TAKELE.A Takere Keel of canoe, base of a food bowl
Tikopia FJ.TAKELE.A Kau/takere/ Keel of canoe
Tokelau FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Bottom, keel
Tongan FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Base, bottom, keel
Tuamotu FJ.TAKELE.A Takere A keel
Waya FJ.TAKELE.A Takele Keel of a boat
Pukapuka AN.TALI.1 Tali Keep away, delay.
Hawaiian PN.TAA-MAU Kaamau Keep on, continue, persevere, last, add a little more
New Zealand Maori PN.TAA-MAU Taamou Keep (a fire) alight by covering with ashes
Rotuman EO.TAQO.1 Fao Cook and keep overnight for use next day
Tikopia OC.TAQO.3A Tao Cover over, keep secret
Tongan OC.TAQO.3A Taʔo/maki Keep quiet about something, keep secret
Nukuoro PN.TAAQOFI Daohi Hold, restrain, keep from
Pukapuka PN.TAAQOFI Taawi Hold on, keep on for a long time; carry away in arms Problematic
Rarotongan PN.TAAQOFI Taaoʔi Hold back, restrain, keep back
Sikaiana PN.TAAQOFI Taaohi Hold in the hand; hold a person back, keep a person from leaving; hold (an event)
Tahitian CE.TAA-PEKA Tapea A ring, buckle, any band or tying; to tie or bind, to keep, detain