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Language Reconstruction Reflex Description
Samoan SO.QAFA.2 Afa Tree sp. (Neonauclea forsteri). Also Tutuila name for (Faradaya amicorum) (Phm).
Marquesas MP.QAROFA.A K/aʔoha/, aʔoha Regret, aimer. Hommage, reconnaissance; présent, don gratuit (Lch). Love (Mtu).
Niue PN.FATU-QARIKI Patuiki Elected head among patu heads of extended family (magafaoa) descent lines, but not a king, nor even a high chief (Ryan 1977)
Niue PN.FATU-QARIKI Patuiki Monarch, king
Niue XW.FATULIKI.* Kai he /patuiki/ Thunderstruck Phonologically Irregular
Marquesas MQ.GUGU.3 Tui kuku Plisser un habit; retrousser, relever son habit, sa robe, son pantalon, sa chemise
Manihiki-Rakahanga AN.HAU Tui/au Thatching needle, roof sheet needle
Niue EO.KUI.1 Kui/a, tui/a To fail (of eyesight of babies)
East Futuna CP.MASALO.A Masalo Think, be of the opinion that. Penser, avoir l'intuition (Mfr).
Nukuoro CP.MATUQA-ULAU Matuilau Goatfish
East Uvea CP.MOKO.2 Moko/i Impression agreable, desirable (c'est manako pour le tuitoga Problematic
Samoan PN.PILITA Pilita (Dioscorea pentaphylla) [Tutuila name]
Samoan PN.SAMA.1 Sama/ faʔatutuila Marry after living in concubinage
Marquesas PN.TAQE-TULI.1 Tetuʔi. Tetui (Lch) (Atl). Cire des oreilles. Cérumen; conduit auditif (Lch).
Samoan PN.TANE-TANE Tanetane A shrub (Nothopanax samoense). Tanitani in Tutuila.
Marquesas CE.TIU Tiu North, north-west wind. Vent du nord; nord. (Fatuiva) Vent de l'est (Lch). Vent du nord, north wind (Atl).
Mangareva PN.TUFI Tui Porter sous le bras. To take under the arm (Tgr). Problematic
Pukapuka PN.TUFI Tui Tackle around the legs Problematic
Easter Island AN.TUI Tui/tui Necklace
East Futuna AN.TUI Tui Sew
East Uvea AN.TUI Tui Sew
Fijian AN.TUI Tui Lift up with a string
Emae AN.TUI Tui/a Sew, string
Ifira-Mele AN.TUI Tui/a Sew, string
New Zealand Maori AN.TUI Tui Pierce, thread on a string, lace, sew
Marquesas AN.TUI Tui Coudre, percer, enfiler
Mangareva AN.TUI Tui Sew. Coudre.
Niue AN.TUI Tui To thread (e.g. objects on necklace); sew; pierce; wear; fold (arms or legs)
Penrhyn AN.TUI Tui Sew; needle
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.TUI Tui/-a String fish (usually through the gills), thread (v); string to pass through the gills of fish for carrying them
Vaeakau-Taumako AN.TUI Tui/age To pierce
Pukapuka AN.TUI Tui Netting needle
Rapa AN.TUI Tui paua Upper bonnet of thatch of a house, old style
Rapa AN.TUI Tui rauoro Awl for rauoro clapboard; a clapboard
Rarotongan AN.TUI Tui Sew, thread, pierce
Rennellese AN.TUI Tui Sew, string together, awl
Samoan AN.TUI Tui Stab, pierce, sting, thread something
Sikaiana AN.TUI Tui Sew
Tahitian AN.TUI Tui Enfiler
Takuu AN.TUI Tui Pierce with a sharp object, pin pandanus leaves to a stick to construct thatch panels; pin, sharpened stick, wooden needle used to tie thatch panels to the rafters
Tikopia AN.TUI Tui Put on a cord, sew
Tongan AN.TUI Tui Thread
Tuamotu AN.TUI Tui Thread pierced objects, sew
West Uvea AN.TUI Tui-a Enfiler; coudre, raccommoder; ficeler
West Futuna AN.TUI Tui To thread, string something
Anuta FJ.TUQI Tui Formal title for an Anutan chief
Fijian FJ.TUQI Tui King or sovereign
Niue FJ.TUQI Tui Chief (term used in addressing dignitaries; also affectionate term used by wife for husband)
Samoan FJ.TUQI Tui Title of paramount chief of a district
Fijian FJ.TUI-TUI.1 Tuitui Fiji Goshawk (Accipiter rufitorques)