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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
West Futuna MP.FULU.1 Furu Hair, fur, feathers; soft, furry
Rennellese MP.FULU.2 Hugu Anoint or rub, as with perfume or turmeric; dye (hair)
Easter Island MP.FULU-FULU Huruhuru Hair
New Zealand Maori MP.FULU-FULU Huruhuru Hair (body-hair), fur, feathers
Moriori MP.FULU-FULU Huruhuru Hair
Luangiua MP.FULU-FULU Huluhulu Body hairs
West Futuna MP.FULU-FULU Fufuru Hair, feather, fur; hairy, furry
Penrhyn MP.FULU-FULU Huruhuru Hair, feather
Vaeakau-Taumako MP.FULU-FULU Huluhulu/a Hairy
Tikopia MP.FULU-FULU Furufuru Hairy, hair (of body)
Tongan MP.FULU-FULU Fulufulu Hair, feather
Anuta SO.FUNU Punu Pubic hair
Luangiua SO.FUNU Huŋu Pubic hair
Sikaiana SO.FUNU Hunu Pelvic hair
Takuu SO.FUNU Funu Pubic hair
Tikopia SO.FUNU Funu Pubic hair
Tokelau SO.FUNU Funu Pubic hair
Sikaiana CP.FUSI.1 Vusi Bush, inland area of an island (archaic) Phonologically Irregular
Fijian AN.FUTI.1 Vuti-a Pluck (hair, feathers), pull up (weeds)
Moriori AN.FUTI.1 Huiti, uti Pull the hair, pluck
Pukapuka AN.FUTI.1 Wuti Pull up a line, pluck out hair, nits
Samoan AN.FUTI.1 Futi Pluck (feathers, hairs), pull up/out (e.g. weeds)
Tokelau AN.FUTI.1 Futi Pull off, out (of hair, weeds etc.)
New Zealand Maori PN.GAFULU.* Ngahuru Ten (archaic)
Nuguria PN.GARUE Hai/narue Work v.
Takuu PN.FAI-GAOFIE Hainauhie Easy, simple; to be treated lightly
Kapingamarangi PN.FAI-GAOFIE Hai ngoohia Easy (to do), easily done
Fijian PN.GETI.3 Geti A tree whose bark when scraped is used for dying the hair
Pukapuka MP.HAGAFULU Angaulu Ten (archaic)
Niue MP.HAI Hai Who?
Tongan MP.HAI Hai Who?
Niue PN.HAIA Haia "That's it","Exactly so"
East Futuna XW.HEKEHEKE-QAGA Ekeekeʔaga Chair
Niue MP.KAFA.1 Kafa Girdle of plaited hair
Rennellese OC.KAI.2 Ghai Tree, wood Borrowed
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.KAKAI.2 Lala/khai (VAE,TAU). Tlatla/kai (NUP). Traditional story
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.KAKAI.2 Lala/khai/na Tell a traditional story
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.KAKAI.2 Talatala khai Story
East Uvea PN.KA-KANO.1 Kakano Chair, substance, matiere dont une chose est composee
New Zealand Maori PN.KA-KAU.1 Kakau Swim (archaic)
Rennellese PN.KALAWA.1 Kagaba Shred, hairs on husked coconut
Mangareva PN.KALAWA.2 Karava Ressortir (veines grossissantes sous le poids d'une charge sur les épaules); couper les chairs d'un poisson horizontalement, puis perpendiculairement
East Uvea PN.KALU.A Kalu/u Sève. Substance visqueuse entre la chair et l'ecorce d'un fruit, d'un arbre
Mangareva PN.KALU.A Karu Substance interieure des meilleurs fruits a pain. Chair d'un fruit; fruit à pain mûr et de bonne qualité
Pukapuka NP.KANAPU.2 Kanapu Bright, shining (archaic)
East Uvea OC.KANO.1A Kano Chair, viande, matière constituante d’un corps
East Futuna NP.KANOFI Kanofi Flesh (not vegetable, except coconut). Chair (Mfr).
Tikopia CO.KAPIA Kapia Lime, used with Betel nut, in hair bleaching, and as an alkali to turn (Morinda citrifolia) dye crimson; Bottle gourd used as a lime container
Pukapuka PN.KASI.2 Ka/kayi Yellowfin Tuna (archaic form)
Niue PN.KATOA Gotoa All, everyone, whole (Archaic, used in church) Problematic