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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Kapingamarangi OC.ATU (W)atu Away from the speaker, away, there
Luangiua OC.GATA.1A Aka Snake Phonologically Irregular
Hawaiian EC.FAKA-MATE Hoʔomake Kill
Ra'ivavae MP.UE.A Ue To shake
Samoan PN.HEKE-GA ʔEʔega Anything used to help a swimmer, as a lifebelt; a number of snakes all coiled together
Tongan PN.FAKA-MATUQU Fakamaatuʔu To make dry, to dry
Niuafo'ou OC.ATU Atu Away from speaker
Niuafo'ou OC.HAKE.B Hake Up Borrowed
Takuu PN.LOFI Loohi/a (Of a canoe) take in water
Tongan PN.MATA-QELE Matakele/kele Fish sp.
Tokelau PN.MALE Male A small cough made as if to clear one's throat, but actually to make on'es presence known...
Samoan CC.SAKE.2 Saaʔee A naked dance
Samoan FJ.SAKE.1 Sakee A martial dance of Uvean origin introduced into Samoa in the early nineteenth century (Macpherson) Borrowed
West Uvea SO.TEQE-AI Siai, sia(ake) (Personnes, choses) ne pas y avoir, ne pas être (chez soi), être absent
Hawaiian CC.TULI-TULI Kulikuli Noise, din; noisy, deafening; to make a noise; be quiet! shut up!
Niue PN.KOKOLO Kolo/kolo/loo To make a hollow gurgling sound
Niue PN.KOKOLO Kolo/uu To make a rumbling sound (of the stomach)
Takuu PN.KAPI.C Kapi (Of garment) narrow, tight-fitting; a tight squeeze, blocked...difficult to put in or take out, stuck, lodged...crowded
Kapingamarangi AN.FOLAU Haga/haalau Veer from a straight course, take a detour around Problematic
Tongan PN.QAW-AGE ʔOange, ʔange Take, give, send or lend (to him, them, etc.)
Tongan PN.QAWE-HIFO ʔOhifo Take, send, pass or hand down
West Futuna PN.FAGU-FAGU Fago Pipe or flute; to blow through reeds to make a whistling noise, to whistle Phonologically Irregular
Nukuoro PN.KA-KAU.1 Kau To swim (or make motions of swimming, as babies do)
Tokelau NP.FAKA-TELE Fakatele Sail (a boat); make something move along
Penrhyn CP.TAGI.B Ta/tangi Sound, make a noise
Samoan CP.TAGI.B Tagi Make a characteristic noise
Tongan CP.TAGI.B Tangi (Of animals) make characteristic sound
Tuamotu CP.TAGI.B Taŋi Make characteristic sound
East Uvea PN.PEKE.3 Peke(pake) Tremper dans une sauce
Penrhyn CE.PEKE.1B Peke Disappear, be taken away
Rarotongan CE.PEKE.1B Peke Removed, taken away, driven off...disappeared, gone away (of physical or emotional states); cleared (of debt); defeated, beaten
Samoan PN.TAUSI Tausi Take care of, nurse; observe, keep as a command. Wife of an orator or tulafale (McP).
Tokelau PN.TAUSI Tauhi Look after, take care of, maintain, uphold, keep
Tongan NP.PAA-KISI Pakihi To click, or make a cracklin, breaking or snapping noise; (voice) sharp, metallic, falsetto Problematic
Samoan FJ.QASA Asa To ford, wade through; make one’s way across (bushetc.)
Tokelau FJ.QASA A/aha Wade through water; make one’s way through bush; come through difficulties
Takuu MP.FAGA.1A F/fana Remove, release, take off; take out, withdraw; (of person, ship, bus, etc.) leave a place, depart
Takuu AN.FAFAGO Ffano (pass. haarona) Awaken someone, wake someone up
Takuu OC.FAI.2A Hai Do, make
Takuu PN.FATU.1B Hatu Compose, fabricate, make up (story or pattern), invent
Takuu EO.FILO Hilo Roll sennit strands on one's thighs to make rope
Takuu PN.FONO.1B Hono The built-up sides of a canoe; washstrake plank
Takuu OC.HIFO.B Iho Post-verbal particle indicating: downward motion; movement of a vessel either towards or away from the speaker; movement towards the speaker from a relatively distant location
Takuu PN.KAA.1 K/kaa (of one's mouth) Make raucous noise (as when birds chatter or people clear their throats, gargle, or say 'ah'); loud, impertinent
Takuu NP.KA-ITOQA Kaitoa Serves him right! (Said when the speaker believes someone else's misfortune represents natural justice) Comeuppance
Takuu OC.KAPOA Kapoo Fish sp., Snake Mackerel (Promethichthys prometheus)
Takuu SO.FAKA-KII.* Hakkii Larynx, Adam's apple; make a sound from the throat
Takuu PN.RAA (Ki)laa, raa There, yonder (further from the speaker than kinaa)
Takuu NP.KOU-TOU Koutou Second person plural pronoun, you (preferred form among older speakers)
Takuu PN.LAAKEI Laakei, raakei Flower, ornament, the formal adornment of the ariki...