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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Anuta OC.A A Particle placed between a preposition and a personal pronoun or a proper name, but not before a common noun (i a, ki a)
East Futuna OC.A A Marque de l'absolutif (obligatoir devant noms propre et noms commun au pluriel défini, facultatif devant pronoms postposés au verbe et noms communs au singulier ou au pluriel indéfini)
East Uvea OC.A A Personal article after ki, i before personal name and some pronouns
Kapingamarangi OC.A A Personal article
Lau OC.A A Personal article used with the names of males only
New Zealand Maori OC.A A(a) Proper article before personal and locative class bases standing as subject and before personal class bases following prepositions ki,i,kei,hei
Ifira-Mele OC.A A- Prefix to singular personal pronouns
Moriori OC.A A Personal article
Marquesas OC.A I/a/ Case marker before personal names and personal pronouns
Niue OC.A A Personal article
Nukuoro OC.A A Personal article
Penrhyn OC.A A Personal article
Vaeakau-Taumako OC.A A Personal article...
Pukapuka OC.A I/a Personal article
Rarotongan OC.A A Personal article
Rennellese OC.A (I)/a/ Object marker
Samoan OC.A I/aa/ Particle which takes the place of /i/ before proper bases and pronouns
Sikaiana OC.A A(a) Personal article
Tahitian OC.A I/aa Marque du complément (devant les pronoms et noms propres)
Tikopia OC.A A Personal article used before pronouns following ki, i
Tokelau OC.A A personal article, used before personal names after the prepositions i and ki
Tongan OC.A ʔA Introduces the postposed subject of an intransitive verb and the postposed object of a transitive verb (Churchward 1953:105)
Tuamotu OC.A A Personal article
West Uvea OC.A A Article marking animates. Special circumstances apply
West Futuna OC.A A Personal article
East Futuna PN.-A -a Suffix indicating presence in quantity of the the noun
Fijian PN.-A -a Suffix forming adjectives from some nouns
Ifira-Mele PN.-A -a Noun stativising suffix (Rby)
Niue PN.-A -a Noun stativiser
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.-A -a Suffix added nouns to form intransitive verbs expressing abundance or presence of something
Pukapuka PN.-A -a Suffix forming adjectives from some nouns
Rennellese PN.-A Namu/a/ Be mosquito-ridden, to be many mosquitoes
Samoan PN.-A -a Denoting an abundance of thing denoted by the base
Tokelau PN.-A -a Expressing abundance or plentiful supply
Tongan PN.-A Namu/a/ Infested with mosquitoes
New Zealand Maori PN.AA- -Aa- In the manner of
Moriori PN.AA- Aa Connective
Niue PN.AA- -Aa- Like, as, after the manner of
Samoan PN.AA- A Ligative particle occurring in certain nominal constructions Problematic
East Uvea AN.QAA.1 ʔAa Palisade
New Zealand Maori AN.QAA.1 W/aa/waa Palisade
Mangareva AN.QAA.1 ʔAa Enclos, endroit
Samoan AN.QAA.1 Aa/i Fence in, fence n.
West Uvea AN.QAA.1 Aa Palissade, cloture
Tongan PN.QAA-MURI ʔAmui Later on, at some future time or date
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/uhu Tomorrow morning
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/hoʔataa At noon today (said in the morning)
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/efiafi This afternoon (said in the morning or at mid-day)
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/hengihengi Early tomorrow morning
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/ʔanoiha The day after tomorrow