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279 Results matching "kee" in entry:

Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tongan PN.TAUSI Tauhi To tend, look after, take care of...keep safe, preserve...
Anuta FJ.TAKELE.A Kau/takere Canoe keel
Anuta OC.KEHE Ke, kee Distinctive, different, exceptional, unusual
Sikaiana MP.QETI K/keti (pass. keetia) To remove the husk of a coconut with the teeth, as a rat or small child does. Phonologically Irregular
Kapingamarangi SO.MALIGA Malinga/linga Temple (of the head); the edge of the bow and stern of a canoe (where it slopes downward to the keel)
Anuta PN.FAKA-SEKE Pakaeke, pakaakeeke Body-surfing; to body-surf
Anuta FJ.MALU.B Paka/maru To keep one dry; an object which keeps one dry (such as a roof or an umbrella)
Anuta OC.POO.2 Po(o) To clap hands, as in keeping rhythm for a dance
Anuta PN.TAA.1D Ta Sounding board, used to keep rhythm at a dance
Manihiki-Rakahanga OC.KEHE Kee Different
Penrhyn CE.KAPE.3 Kape Hull piece of canoe just above the keel
Penrhyn PN.MALA.2 Mara/mara The upward projection at the stern or bow end of the keel. Lozenge-shaped projections on bow and stern (Bck). Uncertain Semantic Connection
Penrhyn PN.OQA Oa Keel Uncertain Semantic Connection
New Zealand Maori TA.TII-TOKO Tiitoko Pole used to stretch or extend anything: spreader, sprit (of a sail) etc.; stretch, extend with a pole or anything rigid; keep off or away; propel with a pole
Tuamotu TA.TUU-KAU.B Tuukau A social overlord, predominant chief...; a steward, mate; the housekeeper of an *ariki*
New Zealand Maori CE.FAKA-TURI Whakaturi Love token, keepsake
Marquesas NP.TAKE.1 Eaʔta kee Foundation
Marquesas PN.TUKI.B Tu Kee To stumble
Marquesas PN.KINO Ki keen Selfishness
Tuamotu NP.FAKA-PILI Hakapiri To cling, keep close to
New Zealand Maori NP.FAKA-PILI Whakapiri Stick, fasten; keep close to
Tuvalu PN.KEE.1 Kee Second person singular clitic pronoun
Tuvalu PN.LAMA.1 Lama/ti Keep an eye on
Tuvalu PN.PAKEE Pakee Bang
Tuvalu CE.PAA-KEKE Pakee Scissors; cut hair Problematic
Tuvalu PN.TEU.1 Teu Keep safe; broom; bouquet
Tuvalu PN.TEU.1 Teu Clean up, sweep, organize a room, tidy up; a broom; to dress up smartly, to decorate, to make pretty; decoration, vase of flowers; to keep safe, look after (Jackson)
Tuvalu PN.TAUSI Tausi Keep, care for, look after; obey (keep) a law
Tuvalu FJ.TAKELE.A T/takele Lowest point; the keel of a boat or canoe