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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
East Uvea PN.QAAFUA Afu/a Banc de sable dans la mer; partie du rivage laissée à marée basse, grève
Motu AN.AGI.1 Lai Breeze; wind
Mangareva AN.AGI.1 Agi(agi) Blow gently. Air légèrement agité; zéphyr; souffler coucement; (excl) quel plaisir!
Marquesas PN.QAI.1 Av/ai Laisser, ne pas prendre, reserver, rester. Leave (Mtu). Problematic
Kapingamarangi MP.AKO Ako/ako Explain
Hawaiian PN.AALAI Aalai Screen
Niue PN.AALAI Alai-a Obstruct, stop up, block
Pukapuka PN.AALAI Aalai That which wards off, protects or defends as barrier; reef, in the sense of the outside reef considered as warding off the sea and protecting the land; reef heads and barriers in the lagoon
Tokelau PN.AALAI Aalai Reef inside the lagoon
Mangareva MP.QALILI Eriri A Turbo shell. Espèce de coquillage, porcelaine, Turbo (Rch).
Tokelau PN.AMO.1B Amo Separated and twisted coconut husk fibres for plaiting sinnet
East Futuna PN.AMU Amu Grumble, complain
New Zealand Maori PN.AMU Amu(amu) Grumble, begrudge, complain
Tahitian CE.AOA ʔAoa Aboiement; aboyer [glottal unexplained]
Tahitian CE.AO-RAGI Aoraʔi Palais; nom d' une montagne à Tahiti
East Uvea PN.QAATEA ʔAatea Clair, deblaye, vide
East Uvea PN.ATI.2 Asiasi Aller en éclaireur Problematic
Tahitian PN.QAUEE Auee Pleurer, se lamenter; exclamation exprimant la peine, la douleur ou le plaisir
East Futuna MP.QAWA ʔAva Fish like mullet but bigger. "Poisson lait" (Chanos chanos) (Mfr).
Pukapuka XW.QAAWAGA.B Waka/aavanga The lover's act of copulating with his deceased beloved's body while it is laid out for the funeral wake
Samoan OC.QEPA Epa Native mats and cloth on which dead chief is laid
Tikopia OC.QEPA Epa Ritual offering of finely plaited Pandanus mats
West Uvea AN.FAFA.2 Fafa/nga Palais de la bouche
Emae PN.FAQA-I Faai/a Split coconut leaf for plaiting
East Futuna PN.FAI-KAI Faikai Balls of arrowroot starch dipped in grated, toasted coconut. Mets futunien à base de tubercules râpés ou de fruits, cuits à l'étouffée, arrosés de lait de coco et présentés dans une feuille de taro géant ou de bananier
Samoan PN.FAI-KAI Faaiʔai Coconut cream baked in leaf packages either plain or with other ingredients. Brain (McP).
Samoan PN.MATA-LIKI.A Mataliliki To be finely plaited, as a mat or hat; to have small meshes, as a net
Marquesas PN.KAFO Koha Ouverture d'une plaie Phonologically Irregular
Fijian CP.FAKA-MATALA Vakamacala/taka Make clear, explain
Samoan CP.FAKA-MATALA Faʔamatala To explain
Tongan CP.FAKA-MATALA Fakamatala Explain, describe, report on; explanation, description, report
Easter Island NP.FAQAKI Haaʔaki Accuse, explain, inform, predict, etc. Admit,confess; announce; accuse (Wbr).
Tahitian NP.SAAKILI.2 Haaʔiri/ʔiri Vilain, dégoutant Uncertain Semantic Connection
Vaeakau-Taumako FJ.FALAU A/holau/, holau, a/holai/ Single men's house, men's house, clubhouse
East Uvea MP.FATA.1 Fata Claie, brancard, civière. grenier, étage, plafond
Marquesas NP.FATA.2 Fata/fata (MQS), hata/hata (MQN) Espacé, clairsemé, peu serré, rare, à certaine distance l'un de l'autre, ouvert, s'ouvrir; élargir, espacer, éclaircir
East Futuna MP.FATU.1A Fatu-ʔaki Plait (as a floor/sleeping mat)
Hawaiian MP.FATU.1A Haku Braid (as a lei), plait (as feathers)
Nukuoro MP.FATU.1A Hadu/ me llanga Lay out plaited work
Penrhyn MP.FATU.1A Hatu To plait ; to lead a work, start
Penrhyn MP.FATU.1A Hata To plait Problematic
Pukapuka MP.FATU.1A Watu Weave, plait; make (a wreath)
Samoan MP.FATU.1A Fatu Commence plaiting, fasten floats to a net
Tahitian MP.FATU.1A Fatu To plait or braid; to weave
Tuamotu MP.FATU.1A Fatu Weave, interlace, make a wreath; do up the hair, commence plaiting
Tikopia PN.FAQU.2 Fau Garland for head. Plait of hair (worn by women) (Drd).
New Zealand Maori NP.FENUQU.A* Whenu The weft threads in a cloak or plaited mat or basket
Takuu NP.FENUQU.A* Fenu/i Loose strand inserted into material being plaited
West Uvea PN.FIA-FIA Fiafia Etre content, joyeux; plaisir, joie
Tongan FJ.FII-FII Fiifii Enclose fish in plaited coconut leaf