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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Takuu PN.FAKA-SEKE Hakaseke Slide, body-surf; sail a canoe with a tail wind, travel in a following sea; glide, as a canoe through water; drift
Penrhyn NP.SEKE.1D Hakaseke/seke To sail with the wind
West Uvea NP.SEKE.1D Seke Arriver Uncertain Semantic Connection
Penrhyn PN.PA-SEKE Paseke Slip, be slippery, slimy
East Futuna PN.SEKE.1A Seke Glisser; trainer des pieds ; se laisser porter par les vagues jusqu'à la grève
Fijian PN.SEKE.1A Seke Swollen and wet (of vagina) Uncertain Semantic Connection
Emae PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip v.i.
Penrhyn PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip, slide, surf
Rennellese PN.SEKE.1A Seke To slip, as clothes, as penis from vagina
Sikaiana PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip when walking or running; lose weight
Takuu PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip or slide unintentionally; (of an object) fall out of one’s possession and be lost; lose weight, become thinner
Tikopia PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip
West Uvea PN.SEKE.1A Se/seke Faire du surfing
West Futuna PN.SEKE.1A Seke (pl. h/seke) Slide, skid, slip; pass by
Fijian FJ.TEKE.3 Seke Swollen and wet, of vagina ; mons veneris
Sikaiana PN.SEKE.1A S/seke Slippery
Takuu PN.PA-SEKE Paaseke Ricochet, bounce off, graze
Tikopia CE.SEKE.2 Seke Launch or land canoe Problematic
Takuu CE.SEKE.2 Seke (of a school of fish) Move from one reef location to another
Takuu NP.SEKE.1D Haka/seke Sail a canoe with a tail wind; (of a boat) travel in a following sea; glide, as of a canoe through water; drift
Ifira-Mele NP.SEKE.1D Ee/seke tʔmatagi Sail with the wind
Tikopia PN.MA-SEKE Maseke(seke) Desire, covet
West Futuna CP.TAQE-KI Siki/seke/seki...ana Not yet (split negative particle
East Futuna PN.FAKA-SEKE Fakasekeseke Faire du surf
East Futuna PN.FAKA-SEKE Fakaseke galu Suivre le mouvement des vagues
Ifira-Mele PN.SEKE.1A Seke Slip, slide
Tuamotu TA.TUU-KAU.B Tuukau A social overlord, predominant chief...; a steward, mate; the housekeeper of an *ariki*
Tuvalu SO.SEKE.1C Seke To be out of joint, disjointed (of body limbs), sprained