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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tongan PN.SIAPO Hiapo Paper-mulberry plant
West Uvea PN.SIAPO Siapo Etoffe d'écorce [Heo Dialect] Problematic
West Futuna OC.KAPOA I/kapo Catfish
New Zealand Maori PN.SOPO.A Whaka/hopo/ Feint with a weapon
East Uvea PN.TAQE-TULI.2 Taetuli Nom d'un myriapode
Anuta NP.TAFO-LAQA.* Taporaa Whales, dolphins
Kapingamarangi AN.TAGI.A Dangi Cry, wail, apologize
Moriori PN.TAKAPAU Takapo Spread Problematic
Tikopia FJ.TALASEA Tarasea Chestnut-banded Goby (Amblyeleotris japonica)
Samoan PN.TAAPOO Taapoo Kind of seine net used in Savai`i
Tongan PN.TAAPOO Taapoo Fish at night with a certain kind of net
Mangareva TA.TA-POKI Taapoʔi Couvrir, cover Borrowed
Penrhyn TA.TA-POKI Taapoki To cover; cover, roof
Rarotongan TA.TA-POKI Tapoki Conceal, cover, put on, covering, flap of pocket, lid
Tahitian TA.TA-POKI Tapoi To cover, hide, conceal; the cover of anything
Tahitian TA.TA-POKI Taapoʔi Couvercle; couvrir
Tuamotu TA.TA-POKI Taapoki To cover over loosely (as with a mat or covering laid out flat, but not as a cover or integral part of anything); a cover, covering; a ridge thatching
Hawaiian NP.TAA-POLA Kaapola Bind, wrap, bandage (Obs.)
New Zealand Maori NP.TAA-POLA Taapora Basket in which whitebait are cooked; cook whitebait in baskets
Mangareva NP.TAA-POLA Tapora. Tapoora (Rch). Enveloppe. Nappe; envelopper; mettre des feuilles à terre pour y placer de la nourriture; planche, table, espèce d'autel où on mettait le défunt
Niue NP.TAA-POLA Taapola Coconut leaf basket Problematic
Penrhyn NP.TAA-POLA Taapora Kind of basket used as a plate to contain cooked fish
Pukapuka NP.TAA-POLA Taapola Coconut thatch made from whole frond
Rarotongan NP.TAA-POLA Taapora Basket roughly woven from one side of coconut leaf
East Futuna FJ.TA-PONO Tapono To close something. Fermer, être fermé, barricader; couvercle; barrage (Mfr).
Emae FJ.TA-PONO Tapono Closed
Ifira-Mele FJ.TA-PONO Tapono Closed, shut
Vaeakau-Taumako FJ.TA-PONO Tapono Shut, fold closed
Vaeakau-Taumako FJ.TA-PONO Tapono-hia, tapono-sia Be blocked; block, close
Tikopia FJ.TA-PONO Taapono Close, as lid of box; bring together, as closing two halves of breadfruit which has been cut open
New Zealand Maori CE.TEFA.1 Tewha/tewha An axe-like wooden weapon brandished in speech-making
Tikopia PN.TOLOFI Torofi To crawl (e.g. in apology)
Vaeakau-Taumako SO.VAE-LUA-A-POO Veluapoo Midnight
Samoan SO.VAE-LUA-A-POO Vaeluaapoo Midnight
Anuta PN.TUQU-RUA-POO Turuaapo Midnight
East Futuna PN.TUQU-RUA-POO Tuʔuluapoo Minuit (pour la nuit du Nouvel An et pour la nuit de Noël)
Samoan PN.TUQU-RUA-POO Vae/luaapoo Midnight Problematic
Tikopia PN.TUQU-RUA-POO Turuaapo Middle of the night; midnight in general sense; depth of night
Tongan PN.TUQU-RUA-POO Tuʔuapoo Midnight (or thereabouts), middle of the night
West Futuna PN.TUQU-RUA-POO (Tu)tuapo, ratupo (ANI) Midnight Phonologically Irregular
Samoan OC.TUSI Tusi Draw, write . Mark siapo, write.
Niue AN.TUTU.3 Tutu To beat with a stick, to beat hiapo bark for cloth
Hawaiian CE.TUUTUU-AKAU.* Kuukuuau Large crab (Metapograpsus thukuhar)
New Zealand Maori PN.UU Uu-ngia Strike home of weapons or blows; reach (the land), arrive (by water)
Rennellese PN.QUU.A ʔUu Tied bunch or bundle (especially of weapons); clump (e.g. of sugarcane)
Tikopia FJ.HOGAHOGA Ungaunga Bush nettle (Laportea interrupta) Phonologically Irregular
East Futuna XW.VAVAE.* Vavae Kapokier (Ceiba pentandra); (coton)
East Uvea XW.VAVAE.* Vavae Coton (Gossypium) Kapokier
Niue XW.VAVAE.* Vavae Kapok tree (Ceiba pentandra); cotton plant (Gossypium barbadense)
Easter Island EP.WERI Veri Myriapod, centipede . Not in