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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Pukapuka PN.KAWA.2 Kava Pubic hair
Nukumanu NP.KAWE.4 Hai kave Brother-sister relationship
Rennellese PN.KAWEI Kabei Long handle, chain
New Zealand Maori EP.KAA-WIRI Kawiri Twist (as hair)
West Uvea EO.KE Ge Conjonction marquant la conséquence ou le but de l'action du verbe principale et suivie facultativement du pronom sujet; morphème initial de proposition, marquant une éventualité voulue ou supposée (impératif, supposition, souhait)
Hawaiian PN.KEFU ʔEhu Reddish tinge in hair, of Polynesians and not of Caucasians; reddish-brown complexion, ruddy
New Zealand Maori PN.KEFU Uru/kehu/ A person with light-coloured hair and skin
Rarotongan PN.KEFU Keʔu Ginger (of hair), reddish-brown, bay (of horse)
Tongan PN.KEFU Kefu Brownish (especially of leaves or hair)
Luangiua PN.KENA.1A ʔEŋa Yellowish, orange, blond-tipped hair
Tikopia PN.KENA.1A Kena White, especially pure white; devoid of colour, bright, shining; pale, bleached; flaxen, of hair
Tongan PN.KENA.1A Kena Brown or reddish, of hair treated with lime
Marquesas PN.KIA.1 ʔIa Quand. Particule verbale qui exprime une action souhaitée, un désir. Particule verbale qui marque les circonstances de temps passé ou futur: quand, lorsque (Lch).
Pukapuka PN.KIA.1 Kia Let (archaic particle used in old prayers . subjunctive "let" (now archaic) Problematic
Tahitian PN.KIA.1 ʔIa Devant une forme verbale 1. exprime un souhait ou un désir. 2. quand, lorsque, si (pour un événement inaccompli à la date à laquelle on se réfère
Marquesas PN.KIKO.A Kiko Flesh. Chair, viande, muscle; contenu (Lch).
Mangareva PN.KIKO.A Kiko Flesh. Chair de l'homme, des animaux et des fruits
Tahitian PN.KIKO.A ʔIʔo Chair (d'un homme, d'un animal)
Tongan PN.KILA.1 Kila Shaven, having hair cut in one place only
West Uvea PN.KINA.3 Kina ina Manger viande/poisson, nourriture de chair
New Zealand Maori CE.KIISAI Kiihai Past tense negativiser
Hawaiian PN.KOO.2B ʔOo To hail, whoop, a hail Problematic
Hawaiian CE.KOOFAI ʔOohai Monkeypod or Raintree (Samanea saman); native leguminous shrub (Sesbania tomentosa). White monkeypod (Albizia lebbeck) (Ni'ihau) (StJ).
New Zealand Maori CE.KOOFAI Koowhai Trees (Sophora spp.)
New Zealand Maori CE.KOOFAI Koohai Trees (Sophora spp.)
Moriori CE.KOOFAI Kowhai Tree sp.
Marquesas CE.KOOFAI Kohai. Ko(o)hai (Ua Huka, Hiva Oa) (Atl). A podded plant (Caesalpinnia pulcherrima) [Swartz]; espèce de plante (Dln). Sesbania speciosa (Atl).
Tuamotu CE.KOOFAI Koohai Pod-bearing tree (Sesbania speciosa)
Hawaiian CE.KOOFAI-KURA ʔOohai-ʔula Royal Poinciana (Delonix regia)
New Zealand Maori CE.KOOFAI-KURA Koowhai/ kura (Geum urbanum) and (Pontentina anserina), plants used for scenting oil
Marquesas CE.KOOFAO Kohai Diarrhoea Problematic
Tahitian CE.KOO-FORE Ohore/hore Bare, as the eyebrows without hair, or a thing skinned
Tongan FJ.PENA.1A Pena/pena Comb hair in such a way that it sticks up
Fijian FJ.PENA.1A Bena-a Daub, dress hair with oil or ashes
Niue FJ.PENA.1A Pena To bundle, to bind (of hair)
Niue FJ.PENA.1A Pena/pena Curls (of hair)
Easter Island NP.KOO-LELO Rero/rero To write, to draw (escribir signos, figuras). Write (archaic) (Wbr). Problematic
Tuamotu PN.KOLOA Koroa Very long hair (index of beauty) Problematic
Kapingamarangi PN.KONA.3 Gono Drunk (archaic)
East Futuna NP.KOPA.1 Kopa Slightly curly hair. Ondulé et noir (cheveux) (Mfr).
East Uvea NP.KOPA.1 Kopa Curly (of hair)
Nukuoro NP.KOPA.1 Goba Bushy, of hair
Samoan NP.KOPA.1 ʔOpa Stiff (of hair)
Bugotu AN.KOTI.1 Kokoju Clip the hair short
Moriori AN.KOTI.1 Ko/koti Notch; cut hair
Tahitian AN.KOTI.1 ʔO/ʔoti Tailler (haie, cheveux)
New Zealand Maori CE.KOU.1 Kou Knob, end, stump, protuberance; bend near the point of a fish-hook; bunch of feathers on rapa of a canoe; knot, knob of hair; clitoris
Mangareva PN.KUPU.1 Kupu Imprécation; prononcer des termes de haine (demander à quelqu'un ses entrailles, son foie, par haine)
Nukumanu XO.QILAAMOTU.* Hai lamotu Mother's brother-sister's child relationship
Rarotongan PN.IO.2 Iʔo Strand of hair Phonologically Irregular