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5907 Results matching "ki" in entry:

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 Uvea OC.A A Personal article after ki, i before personal name and some pronouns
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
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
West Uvea OC.A A Article marking animates. Special circumstances apply
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.QAA-NEI Anee Now, and now (clause-linking conjunction). Now, here (Hnh).
Waya MP.QAFATO Avato Wood-boring grubs of various kinds
Niue AN.KIO.1A Kio To chirp, to cry (of birds)
Nggela MP.AFO Rau ni/avo/lo Leaf kite for fishing
Tokelau MP.AFO Afo Line attached to the skip-jack rod
Fijian EO.AFU.1 Yavu/sa Kin group.>
Tuamotu PN.QAAFUA Ahuua An elevated place on shore exposed to the breaking waves
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.QAFULU Ahulu Name of various kinds of goatfish
Niue PN.AGE Age Post-verbal directive indicating orientation away from both speaker and hearer toward a third person (almost exclusively used with verbs of speaking, hitting or giving)
Rarotongan CK.AGI.3 ʔAnge (Geniostoma sykesii) ("Apparently Cheeseman (1903) and Campbell (1932) mistakenly applied this name (misspelled as angi) to the similar looking but unrelated Coprosma laevigata." Problematic
Rennellese AN.QAHAWA-NA ʔAaba/ki Participate, join, help; helper, assistant, spouse
East Futuna OC.AI.1 Ai Anaphoric particle marking deletion of a non-subject
Hawaiian OC.AI.1 Ai Linking particle
Marquesas OC.AI.1 Ai Particle marking anaphor of an oblique case. Particule qui renvoie à un lieu ou un temps évoqué auparavant: où, là où
Vaeakau-Taumako OC.AI.1 Ei Anaphoric pronoun preceded by the preposition ki
Hawaiian CE.AAIO ʔAioo Wave that rises and falls without breaking
Tongan RO.AKA.B Aka Kind of leguminous creeper whose root is eaten when better food is scarce. (Pueraria lobata) (Whr).
East Futuna PN.QAKA ʔAka Kick. Donner des coups de pied
Niue PN.QAKA Aka Kick, push around with feet
Luangiua PN.QAKA ʔAsi Kick, shove with foot
Luangiua PN.QAKA Asi Kick
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.QAKA Aka/ia Kick (with the sole)
Pukapuka PN.QAKA Aka Kick, stamp
Samoan PN.QAKA Aʔa-sia Kick
Takuu PN.QAKA Aaka/si Kick something with the sole of the foot; (of leg) kick out; extend in kicking motion
Tikopia PN.QAKA Aka/si Kick down, press down with feet
Tongan PN.QAKA ʔAka Kick
Tokelau PN.AKE.A Ake/ake Kind of medicinal beach plant (Jnn)
Marquesas MQ.AKE.B Ake Kind of banana
West Futuna PN.KALISI.1B Kirisi Cricket, cicada. Cigale de l'heure du kava (Rve).
East Uvea CE.AKI Aki/laloa Etre vaincu, battu, avoir le dessous Problematic
New Zealand Maori CE.AKI Aki-na Dash, beat, pound
New Zealand Maori CE.AKI Aki/aki Beat, pound, urge on
Moriori CE.AKI Aki Press forward
Moriori CE.AKI Aki/na Thrust
Mangareva CE.AKI Aki To push on, to shove on, to drive forward Uncertain Semantic Connection
Tongan CE.AKI Aaki/vao Devastate, plunder and lay waste Problematic
Tuamotu CE.AKI Aki Dash, beat against, beat upon
East Futuna PN.-QAKI.1 -ʔaki Suffixe verbale indiquant que l'action se fait à plusieurs, ou en compagnie de qqch.
Fijian PN.-QAKI.1 -aki Formative suffix
New Zealand Maori PN.-QAKI.1 -aki Non-productive formative suffix
Marquesas PN.-QAKI.1 -aki, -aʔi (non productive)
Niue PN.-QAKI.1 -aki Formative suffix
Niue PN.-QAKI.1 Aki Instrumental (with)