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327 Results matching "taka" in entry:

Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.TAKA.2A Takafi/a To cast down
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.TAKA.2A Takahi/a Tread, stamp on
Rarotongan NP.TAKA.2A Takaʔi-a, -ʔia Stamp on, tread on, trample on
Rennellese NP.TAKA.2A Takahi/a Trodden on
Takuu NP.TAKA.2A Taka (pass. takamia) Press down (e.g. dirt) with one’s foot, step on something
Tikopia NP.TAKA.2A Taka/taka Go walking; tread down
Tuamotu NP.TAKA.2A Takahi Tread, step on, trample
West Uvea NP.TAKA.2A Taka-fia Ecraser avec le pied; donner un coup de pied
West Uvea NP.TAKA.2A Taka/mia, kata(-fia, -mia) Marcher sur, piétiner, fouler aux pieds
West Futuna NP.TAKA.2A Taka Step, stumble, fall, tumble
East Futuna PN.TAKA.2B Taka Sandal
Emae PN.TAKA.2B Taka/fia Se chausser
Nuguria PN.TAKA.2B Taka Sandalen aus Kokosfiedern (nur auf dem Riff benutzt)
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.TAKA.2B Taka Shoe, sandal
Rennellese PN.TAKA.2B Taka/baʔe Leaf sandals made of tapago bark
Sikaiana PN.TAKA.2B Taka Footwear: shoes, boots, sandals
Takuu PN.TAKA.2B Taka Shoe, sandal, thong; wear shoes or sandals
Tokelau PN.TAKA.2B Taka Sandal
New Zealand Maori NP.TAKAA Takaa Thread by which the hook is fastened to the line
Pukapuka NP.TAKAA Takaa Snood (fishing) (Bge
Rapa NP.TAKAA Taka Portion of line attached to hook; a snood
Rennellese NP.TAKAA Taka, takaa- To wind, as cord about a fish hook; loop on a braid about a large wooden shark hook
Takuu NP.TAKAA Takaa Rope or string lashing used to join two pieces of wood flush together; lashing in this manner to join two pieces of wood or rope; rope binding used to attach the barb to the shaft of a wooden fishhook; (obs.) plank tied to the side of a traditional canoe to cover the caulking material
Tikopia NP.TAKAA Takaa Cord attaching traditional fish line to hook
West Futuna NP.TAKAA Taka Twine used specifically for fixing fishhook to fishing line
East Futuna PN.TAKAFALU Takafalu (Micromelium minutum)
East Uvea PN.TAKAFALU Takafalu Sorte de bois (Micromelum minutum)
Tongan PN.TAKAFALU Takafalu hina A bush (Micromelium minutum)
Tongan PN.TAKAFALU Takafalu ʔuli A bush
New Zealand Maori NP.TAKA-FULI Takahuri Roll, turn
Rarotongan NP.TAKA-FULI Takaʔuri Turned over, capsized, overturned; twisted, altered, reversed
Rennellese NP.TAKA-FULI Takahugi To turn over something, turn around, turn a corner, turn away (as from sin), repent
Tikopia NP.TAKA-FULI Takafuri/nga Large pandanus mat used as a basis for gifts at initiation, marriage, funeral Uncertain Semantic Connection
East Futuna PN.TAKA-GA Kau/takaga/ Companions of same sex
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.TAKA-GA Takanga Colleague, partner, friend
Rennellese PN.TAKA-GA Takanga Married couple
Tongan PN.TAKA-GA Takanga Number of persons or animals that go about together
East Futuna PN.TAKAI Takai Mettre en boule (ficelle); rouler (natte)
East Uvea PN.TAKAI Takai Rouler, enrouler, entortiller, mettre en pelote
New Zealand Maori PN.TAKAI Takai-a Wrap up, wrap round, wind round; wrapper, covering
Moriori PN.TAKAI Takai Bandage
Niue PN.TAKAI Takai To go around, go right round; to be surrounded; travelling party (going around the island)
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.TAKAI Takai Be rolled up; struggle
Rapa PN.TAKAI Takai Tie cords for house construction
Rotuman PN.TAKAI Takai Wind, coil Problematic
Tongan PN.TAKAI Takai Revolve, rotate, move in a more or less circular path; wind around; surrounding, encircling, enclosing; all around
Tikopia PN.TAAKAI Takai Anoint with oil in a circular motion of fingers
Anuta PN.TAKA-LILI Takariri Shake as in shivering or convulsion
East Futuna PN.TAKA-LILI Takalili Trembler de froid; frissonner de crainte, de frayeur
Emae PN.TAKA-LILI Takariri/riri Shiver