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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/uhu Tomorrow morning
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/hengihengi Early tomorrow morning
Tongan PN.QAA-.2 ʔA/ʔanoiha The day after tomorrow
Emae XO.ALETUU Aretuu Tomorrow, day after
Ifira-Mele XO.ALETUU Aretuu Tomorrow, the next day, the day after
Nukuoro XO.ALETUU Boo/aleduu Tomorrow night
West Futuna XO.ALETUU Aratu Tomorrow
Rarotongan TA.AA-NANAFI Aananaʔi Tomorrow (Bse)
Tuamotu TA.AA-NANAFI Aa nanahi Tomorrow
Emae PN.QANOIHA Anoisa Day after tomorrow Phonologically Irregular
Niue PN.QANOIHA Anoiha, noiha Day after tomorrow
Tongan PN.QANOIHA ʔAnoiha The day after tomorrow
East Futuna PN.QAA-POGIPOGI ʔAapogipogi Tomorrow
East Uvea PN.QAA-POGIPOGI ʔApogipogi Tomorrow
Niue PN.QAA-POGIPOGI Pogipogi Tomorrow
Tikopia PN.QAA-POGIPOGI Apogipogi Tomorrow
Tongan PN.QAA-POGIPOGI ʔApongipongi Tomorrow
Easter Island EP.AA-POOPOO Apo/éra The day after tomorrow
Hawaiian EP.AA-POOPOO (ʔA)poopoo Tomorrow
New Zealand Maori EP.AA-POOPOO Aapoopoo Tomorrow; at some future time
Moriori EP.AA-POOPOO Apo Tomorrow
Rarotongan EP.AA-POOPOO Aapoopoo Tomorrow
Tahitian EP.AA-POOPOO Apopo, abobo Tomorrow
Niue PN.QAA-POGIPOGI Aa pongipongi In the morning, tomorrow
East Futuna MP.POGI-POGI Aa/pogipogi/ Tomorrow
Emae MP.POGI-POGI Bogibogi Tomorrow Phonologically Irregular
Rarotongan MP.POGI-POGI Poo/pongi/ Twilight, especially morning; tomorrow
Kapingamarangi NP.TAI-QAO Daiaa Tomorrow
Nuguria NP.TAI-QAO Taiao Tomorrow
Nukuoro NP.TAI-QAO Daiao Morning; tomorrow
Vaeakau-Taumako NP.TAI-QAO Tiao/atla Day after tomorrow
Pukapuka NP.TAI-QAO Taeyao Early morning, tomorrow
Samoan NP.TAI-QAO Taeao Morning, early morning, tomorrow
Sikaiana NP.TAI-QAO Taiao Tomorrow
Takuu NP.TAI-QAO Taiao Tomorrow, the next day
Tokelau NP.TAI-QAO Taaeao Morning; tomorrow
Easter Island PN.TOMO Tomo Penetrate, enter. Land (v) (Wbr).
New Zealand Maori PN.TOMO Tomo Be filled, pass in or out, enter (ki roto), exit (ki waho)
Moriori PN.TOMO Tomo Enter, reach (path)
Marquesas PN.TOMO Tomo Enter. Entrer dans, s'introduire, contenir dans (Lch). Entrée. emtramce [Southeast Marquesan Dialect] (Atl).
Mangareva PN.TOMO Tomo Enter, sink in. Entrer, s'enfoncer; entrer en possession d'une terre, d'une maison (se dit aussi d'une embarcation, d'un navire chargé que le poids de la cargaison fait entrer en l'eau); couler
Niue PN.TOMO Tomo To sink, drown; to become bankrupt. To enter (Wms,McE).
Penrhyn PN.TOMO Tomo Enter; to move in a specific direction
Rarotongan PN.TOMO Tomo Pass in (ki roto) or (less frequently) out (ki va`o); be filled; sink
Samoan PN.TOMO Tomo Penetrate, sink in
Tahitian PN.TOMO Tomo To enter, as at a door; to go into the vallies the first time in the season for mountain plantains; to be brought low, as a ship or boat heavily laden; to be sunken; to sink altogether, as a ship, boat, or canoe
Tokelau PN.TOMO Tomo Sink into a hole, fall into a cavity
Tongan PN.TOMO Tomo Project Problematic
Tuamotu PN.TOMO Tomo Penetrate, enter
Samoan SO.QAA-TAEAO ʔAataeao Tomorrow morning; in the morning (with reference to the future)