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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Rennellese PN.AFU.2 Haka/ahu/ Let grow, as volunteer papayas
Rennellese PN.QAU.2 ʔAu/ʔau To pick out, as bones from fish, seeds from a papaya, or mucus from the nose; strip off, as old stems from taro
Rennellese XW.QAAWAGA.B ʔAabanga Rotten, as the interior of a papaya Uncertain Semantic Connection
Rennellese AN.FAQA.1 Haʔa Stalk, as of taro, banana, papaya
Anuta AN.FAFA.1 Papa To carry a person (generally a small child) on one's back, piggyback-fashion; to be carried in such a fashion
Nggela AN.FAFA.1 Papa Pickaback
Sikaiana PN.PAPA.1B Papa Big flat rocks found in the reef
Hawaiian PN.FAKA-PAPA.A Hoʔopapa Place in rank or file, put in order, put in layers, overlay, make a shelf, pack neatly
New Zealand Maori PN.FAKA-PAPA.A Whakapapa Place in layers, recite in proper order
New Zealand Maori PN.FAKA-PAPA.A Whakapapa/ranga Layer, stratum
Niue PN.FAKA-PAPA.A Fakapapa Stack neatly in layers (as banana leaves)
Rarotongan PN.FAKA-PAPA.A ʔAkapapa Recite in proper order, such as genealogy, legends, etc ; arrange, dictate, tell
Tahitian PN.FAKA-PAPA.A Haapapa Entasser, raconter, chercher à
New Zealand Maori CE.FAKA-PAPA.B Whakapapa-tia Genealogy, recite genealogy
Penrhyn CE.FAKA-PAPA.B Hakapapa Genealogy
Pukapuka CE.FAKA-PAPA.B Papa To recite a genealogy Problematic
Rarotongan CE.FAKA-PAPA.B ʔAkapapa tuupuna To recite genealogies
Tuamotu CE.FAKA-PAPA.B Hakapapa To recite genealogies
West Futuna FJ.FALAU Farau/papa Side of canoe
Hawaiian CE.FEKII.A Heeʔii Papaya; a variety of sweet-potato (Pki)
Hawaiian CE.FEKII.B Heeʔii Papaya; a variety of sweet-potato Uncertain Semantic Connection
Rennellese PN.GALI.1 Ngagi/ngagi To bite while holding , in the hand, as a papaya
Tahitian LO.GIGITA Iita Papayer
Austral Islands LO.GIGITA Tumu iʔita Papayer Borrowed
Easter Island LO.GIGITA ʔIiʔiita Papaw (Ldn) from TAH Borrowed
Marquesas LO.GIGITA Ninike Old name for for the papaw tree on `Uapou Borrowed
Mangareva LO.GIGITA Ninita Papayer (Carica papaya) Borrowed
Rarotongan LO.GIGITA Ni(ni)ta Papaw (Ldn) Borrowed
Tahitian LO.GIGITA Ninita The papaw tree and its fruit Borrowed
Tahitian LO.GIGITA ʔIiʔiitaa Papaye (Carica papaya) Borrowed
Tupuaki LO.GIGITA Iita Carica papaya Borrowed
Tuamotu LO.GIGITA ŋiŋita Papaw (Ldn) Borrowed
Rarotongan OC.KAFIKA Kaʔika (papaʔaa) (Eugenia jambos)
Anuta NP.KAUPAPA Kaupapa A rock shelf or ledge
East Futuna NP.KAUPAPA Kau papa Plank Problematic
New Zealand Maori NP.KAUPAPA Kaupapa Level surface, floor, stage, platform
Pukapuka NP.KAUPAPA Kaupapa A block of coral conglomerate
Tikopia NP.KAUPAPA Kaupapa White limestone, very hard
Tokelau NP.KAUPAPA Kaupapa Area of rock on reef or along the shore
Rapa CE.PAPA-ARIGA Paparinga Cheek
New Zealand Maori TA.KOO-PAPA Koopapa A small canoe Problematic
Penrhyn TA.KOO-PAPA Koopapa Body; dead body, corpse
Rarotongan TA.KOO-PAPA Koopapa Main part, bulk, basis, mass; body (living or dead)
Tahitian TA.KOO-PAPA Opapa A fowl that has lost its tail
Hawaiian CE.KUTU-PAPA ʔUku papa Crab louse (Phthirus pubis)
New Zealand Maori CE.KUTU-PAPA Kutu papa Some form of vermin; scale blight
Marquesas CE.KUTU-PAPA Kutu papa Crab lice
Rarotongan CE.KUTU-PAPA Kutu papa Body lice; the crab louse (Pthirius pubis)
Hawaiian EO.LAU.3 Lau/papa Broad, flat (of coral, lava, reef)
East Futuna PN.LAU-PAPA Laupapa Plank, table, board