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2395 Results matching "ake" in entry:

Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Pukapuka PN.WETE.1 (Ve)vete To take apart, part, separate
Tokelau PN.WETE.1 Vete Break open, open up, split; dismantle, demolish, take apart; burgle, loot, vandalise; plunder, loot, spoil
Tongan PN.WETE.1 Vete Loose, unloose, unfasten, untie, undo, unpack, unwind, unstitch etc.; release; take off (clothes); confess (wrongdoing)
Pukapuka EO.WAA.1 Vaa/vaa To speak, make a noise
East Futuna CE.WEU.1 Veuveu To fringe, make a fringe on material Problematic
Rennellese OC.GATA.1A Ngata Pacific Boa (Enygrus carinatus); general term for snakes...
Niue PN.FAKA-QILO Fakailo/a To inform, to make known
Samoan PN.FAKA-QILO Faʔailo To make known, to show
Tokelau PN.FAKA-QILO Fakailo/a Make something known, show, tell
Pukapuka PN.FAKA-QILO Wakailo To make known
Takuu PN.FAKA-QILO Fakailo/a Make known, inform, explain
Tongan PN.FAKA-QILO-GA Fakaʔilonga To make a mark on, to distinguish by means of a mark or sign; to make signs, to signal
Rarotongan PN.FAKA-QILO-GA ʔAkairo(iro) Make a mark
Tuvalu OC.POTO.1 Poto/poto Come close to speaker Problematic
Tuvalu FJ.POTO.3 Poto/poto Congregate round a speaker
Tuvalu FJ.SAKE.1 Hake/hake Walk lifting feet high
Tuvalu PN.SA-SAKE Hahake Extreme end of land
Tuvalu OC.SIKA.2 Hika Make fire by friction
Tuvalu PN.SIKU-LEQO Hikuleo The quality of voice that distinguishes one speaker from another
Tuvalu SO.SOI.2 Soi To take sides with a friend in a fight or argument
Tuvalu MP.SOKO.1 Soko, hoko Resemble, take after, look like
Tuvalu PN.SOPO.A Hopo Take another's place, succeed to leadership
Tuvalu NP.SUE.2 Hue Open oven, take off lid, bring into open, wave in the wind
Tuvalu FJ.TAFU.A Tafu Make, light, tend (fire)
Tuvalu NP.TAKELE.B Takele/papa Rocky floor of sea-bed depressions
Tuvalu PN.TAKE-TAKE Taketake White-capped Noddy (Anous minutus)
Tuvalu PN.TAQOKETE.A Takete Sibling of the same sex (= taina).
Tuvalu PN.TAQOKETE.A Taakete (Niutao) Close companion, friend
Tuvalu PN.TAWAKE Tavake Tropic Bird (Phaeton sp.)
Tuvalu PN.TEU.1 Teu Clean up, sweep, organize a room, tidy up; a broom; to dress up smartly, to decorate, to make pretty; decoration, vase of flowers; to keep safe, look after (Jackson)
Tuvalu PN.TUQU-GA.1 Tuuga Standing, act of standing in a certain place; night watch, turn to take part in some activity
Tuvalu AN.QUTA.1 Uta Inland (relative to speaker); shore (from lagoon)
Tuvalu EO.WAA.1 Vaa/vaa Make growling noise at someone
Tuvalu PN.QUHI.2 Ui Take a direction, turn, go (all involving choice from several options)
Tuvalu PN.FAKA-QILO Fakailo/a To make known, reveal, warn, inform, notify
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.QAROFA.A Aroha Take pity on; affection
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.FAKA-ROGO Whakarongo Hear, listen, take heed, obey
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.SA-SAKE Hahake Foreign lands
Manihiki-Rakahanga OC.SIKA.2 Hika Make fire by friction
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.SUKI.A Hiuki To make a small hole in a coconut in order to drink it
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.FUKE.A Huke Take something out of the oven
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.KAWE.2A Kave Take, bring. Give (Turner 1860).
Manihiki-Rakahanga MP.KAWE.2A Kaave/a Be caught, taken, kidnapped
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.MA-SANI Mahani Make Uncertain Semantic Connection
Manihiki-Rakahanga CE.MATA-KAINAGA Matakeinanga Tribe, group of kinsmen; village
Manihiki-Rakahanga CE.TAAFIRI.* Taahiri (mult. tahirihiri) Fan, wave; shake, swing around; (wind) blow, gust (of wind)
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.TAKE.2 Take End of sprouting coconut away from sprout
Manihiki-Rakahanga FJ.TAKELE.A Takere Outer under part of canoe
Manihiki-Rakahanga PN.TAWAKE Tavake Tropic bird (Phaeton)
Manihiki-Rakahanga AN.UNU.1 Unu/hi Take off (footwear); remove. Pull up, out, off (Sve).