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2395 Results matching "ake" in entry:

Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tikopia PN.FAKA-TAU- Fakatau- Make a relation
Samoan SF.FAKA-TEMU Faʔatemu Take slight hold of
East Futuna PN.SAA-KILI.1 Saakili Chasser les crabes de cocotier. Chercher, aller à la recherche des écrevisses et de certains oiseaux (tavake) (Gzl).
Rotuman PN.FALA.1 Hala To make first row of stitches in a mat
New Zealand Maori CC.SALI.3 Hari To carry, bring or take
New Zealand Maori CC.SALI.3 Heri To carry, bring or take
Tongan PN.FARO.2A Fao Stretch tight, make taut
West Futuna PN.FARO.2B Faro/kake Look at a thing on tiptoe
Easter Island AN.FARU.1 Haru Take away, take back
Fijian AN.FARU.1 Valu/ta Make war on
Marquesas AN.FARU.1 Fa roo, boo To take, seize
Rarotongan AN.FARU.1 ʔAru Take by force, pillage, rob
Sikaiana AN.MAI.A Mai Direction marker (follows verb): hither, towards the speaker
East Futuna NP.FANAKE.* Fanake Go from one place to another (both distant from speaker)
East Uvea NP.FANAKE.* Faanake Monter (en parlant de la mer)
New Zealand Maori NP.FANAKE.* Whanake Move onwards/upwards
Penrhyn NP.FANAKE.* Hanake Go, come up
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.FANAKE.* Henake Go up, be higher, increase
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.FANAKE.* Hinake Go up
Pukapuka NP.FANAKE.* Wenake To rise, arise, grow up
Sikaiana NP.FANAKE.* Hanaake To ascend
Takuu NP.FANAKE.* Fanaake Ascend
Tikopia NP.FANAKE.* Fenake Go up, arise
Tikopia NP.FANAKE.* Faanake Rising (of tide)
Tuamotu NP.FANAKE.* Fanake Arise, grow/spring up
Niue AN.FAQO.1A Fao Peg, nail, stake
West Futuna OC.FAQO.1C Fao Make holes in a canoe; shell for so doing
East Uvea PN.FAQO.2 Foʔo/hake Se coucher sur le dos Problematic
Niue PN.FAQO.2 (Faka)foo/hake To lie face up, to face up
Tongan PN.FAQO.2 Foʔo/hake Lie face upwards (on one's back)
New Zealand Maori PN.FAQAO Whaaoo Take greedily, devour
Niue PN.FAQAO Fo/foo Take something without permission. To rob, take by force, capture, abduct (McE). To take violently (Wms).
Rarotongan PN.FAQAO ʔAo Snatch, take away by force, confiscate
Rennellese PN.FAQAO Fa’ao Take, capture, snatch, rob
Samoan PN.FAQAO Fao Seize, take violently, rob snatch, seize, grab
Tongan PN.FAQAO Faʔao Seize and take by force, confiscate, wrest from
Luangiua NP.FAATELO Hakeo Lick
New Zealand Maori MP.FATU.1A Whatu Finger-weave, a technique in which the weft takes a half or twist around each warp. Used in the manufacture of the fabric used to make cloaks
Pukapuka MP.FATU.1A Watu Weave, plait; make (a wreath)
Tuamotu MP.FATU.1A Fatu Weave, interlace, make a wreath; do up the hair, commence plaiting
Samoan PN.FATU.1B Fatu Compose a song; raise a false report; commence plaiting; make a *titi*
Tahitian PN.FATU.1B Fatu/pehe The maker of a song
West Futuna OC.FAQU.1 Fou/sia, fau/sia (ANI) To bind, tie by wrapping rope around (e.g. tie up boat by wrapping rope around stake)
West Uvea CE.FEE.2 Fei Snake (1888) Problematic
Tongan PN.FEKE-FEKE Fekefeke To shiver and shake
Hawaiian PN.FENA Hena Buttocks, mons pubis, hollow of the thigh, nakedness Problematic
Tokelau FJ.FESI.2 Veehi/a Be disturbed, be shaken
Tikopia FJ.FESU Fesu Clutch, grasp firmly, make fast
Samoan PN.FE-TOKAKI Fetoaʔi To be undecided, to be of two minds; to take what belongs to another by mistake
Tikopia PN.FE-QUNU Feunu/kaki To cross and recross (e.g. of a path, of fish crossing a lake) Problematic