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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Waya MP.AFAA Cavaa A storm, a gale accompanied by rain
Rotuman PN.QATAA ʔAtaa Alone, unaccompanied, vacant, devoid of substance Borrowed
Penrhyn NP.FAQI Hai To pray; incantation accompanied with the movements of legs, arms and of the spear; incantation to frighten away the evil spirits from inside a marae. Dedicate (as a house, canoe) (Rmn).
Emae OC.FASI.A Faaia Couper une feuille en son centre pour faire nattes [ou] paniers Problematic
West Futuna PN.FEQAO Feiao (WFU) Be a companion to (of people and animals)
East Futuna FJ.FII-FII Fiifii Paquet de poissons cuit dans une feuille de cocotier ; envelopper dans une palme de cocotier. Panier tressé avec une palme de cocotier dans lequel on cuit les grands poissons (Mfr).
Rotuman PN.GAOGAO Gaogao Uninhabited, vacant (of land, house); without, destitute of; alone, unaccompanied
East Futuna TO.GINI Gini/gini Filtre végétal: petiti panier tressé spécialement pour filtrer les fleurs odoriférantes mélangées au jus de coco.... Uncertain Semantic Connection
Vaeakau-Taumako PN.KANO-WAKA Kano/vaka Crew member, companion crew, companion, friend
Nuguria EC.KAPANINI Kapanini A kind of mat (of coconut fronds, one-sided, to cover exterior walls of houses)
Sikaiana EC.KAPANINI Kapanni (kapanini) Mats made from coconut leaves (paakele) that are used for the walling of houses
East Uvea PN.KAWE.1B Kave Queue d'un fruit, tige; anse (d'un panier), poignée, manche
Marquesas EO.KETE.A ʔEte (MQS), kete (MQN) Sac, poche, gousset; panier, corbeille
Tahitian EO.KETE.A ʔEte Paniers en pandanus ou paniers chinois en bambous
West Uvea EO.KETE.A Kete Panier, corbeille (en feuilles de pandanus); cercueil; boite en fer blanc; sac de femme
Tikopia PN.KIKI.1 Kiki Complementary food; proper accompaniment to a particular food
Hawaiian NP.KIINAKI.* ʔInaʔi Accompaniment to poi, usually meat, fish or vegetable
Kapingamarangi NP.KIINAKI.* Giidagi Food which accompanies other food, e.g. breadfruit which is served with fish Problematic
New Zealand Maori TA.KOO-PANI Koopani Shut up, block up, enclose, shut in; door
Penrhyn TA.KOO-PANI Koopani Lid, cover; to close
Pukapuka TA.KOO-PANI Koopani The second wave that breaks over (covers) the first Problematic
Rapa TA.KOO-PANI Kopani Knee. Cork; hat (Grn)
Rarotongan TA.KOO-PANI Koopani Cork, stopper, bung
Tahitian TA.KOO-PANI Opani A door, shutter, or cover; the close or conclusion of a subject; to shut a door or window, to cover or close a thing; to conclude a subject
Tahitian TA.KOO-PANI ʔOopani Porte de maison, de jardin; fermer une porte, une fenêtre, un coffre; interdire, fermer; terminer, clore un travail
Tuamotu TA.KOO-PANI Koopani Cover, lid, door, gate...
Tuamotu TA.KOO-PANI Koopani-turi Kneecap
Hawaiian NP.LUA-NI Lua Companion, mate
Penrhyn OC.MA.4 Ma(a) Additive; and, with, together, including, also, accompanied by
West Uvea OC.MA.4 Ma Coordinating and additive conjunction; preposition of accompaniment
New Zealand Maori PN.MAAFAQI Maawhai (Sicyos angulata) and (Cassytha paniculata), plant spp. Uncertain Semantic Connection
Pukapuka PN.MAKO.2 Mako Chant accompanied by dancing
Rarotongan CE.MAARIRI Maariri An ulcerative inflammatory skin disease accompanied by fever; filariasis
Takuu OC.MISI.B Misi Make a clicking sound with the tongue to attract attention, esp. as a signal to one's companion to indicate interest in someone of the opposite sex
Marquesas AN.PALU.2 Paʔu (i te pani) S'oindre. Oindre, anoint with oil. Enduire; smear, cover. Beurrer, to butter (Atl).
Takuu PN.PANE.A Pani Head of shark
East Futuna OC.PANI.1 Pani Oil the hair
East Uvea OC.PANI.1 Pani Barbouiller, oindre, enduire
New Zealand Maori OC.PANI.1 Pani Paint, smear
Moriori OC.PANI.1 Pani Besmear
Marquesas OC.PANI.1 Pani. Páne (Crk). Anoint with oil. Oindre[Northwest Marquesan Dialect]; pommade, huile de coco avec mélange de eka, safran d'Océanie (Lch). Cocoa-nut oil, when appropriated for anointing the head (Crk).
Niue OC.PANI.1 Pani Paint, smear, rub oil on (I) Problematic
Pukapuka OC.PANI.1 Pani To put marks on something (e.g. face)
Rarotongan OC.PANI.1 Pani Paint, smear, rub oil on
Vaeakau-Taumako OC.PANI.1 Pani/a Paint, decorate
Rennellese OC.PANI.1 Pani Anoint, as head with turmeric
Rotuman OC.PANI.1 Pani To paint
Samoan OC.PANI.1 Pani Dye (hair, etc.)
Tikopia OC.PANI.1 Pani Mark of colour, applied to person or object, incl. charcoal stripe in trad. ritual; to paint, apply colour
Tokelau OC.PANI.1 Pani Coral lime (used as paint)