Entries from Robarts 1974 in Pollex-Online

Robarts, E. (1974). The Marquesan journal of Edward Robarts 1797-1824. Canberra, Australian National University Press.

Language Item Description
Marquesas Ouʔou To howl
Marquesas Ea Fa ru Attack
Marquesas Fa roo, boo To take, seize
Marquesas Vine, fau’ru’boo Rape
Marquesas Phaʔnow Born
Marquesas Pha too tee Thunder
Marquesas Phinnew Ground
Marquesas Fettoe Star
Marquesas Hu ru, Teen u Form Problematic
Marquesas Co vie Jaw
Marquesas Ea’Ko Yonder
Marquesas De ahgy Heaven or sky
Marquesas Eo te wiae Fresh lake
Marquesas Eo to tie Salt lake
Marquesas Mee now now Watery
Marquesas Ea ma ca vee, O wochʔo Lock of hair
Marquesas Wa o tee Done, finished
Marquesas Botah Greens eatable of sort
Marquesas Diʔaʔtu To move further
Marquesas Ea tom aʔo ah Son, male child
Marquesas E, Tiʔhie Passionate [Savage, fierce]
Marquesas Tai ner Younger brother or sister
Marquesas Toʔa, toʔah Male animal; champion
Marquesas Do get ey Brother or sister in law
Marquesas Tu ke wai wai Heel
Marquesas U rea Penis
Marquesas Pae hu, ear’vi’vi Supple, flexible
Marquesas Car te u Wild Cucumber
Marquesas Tee, toʔe, U rea Whore
Marquesas Maʔyenʔna, Thaʔhuʔrul Similarity Problematic
Marquesas Teeʔne, Teeʔna [Forty thousand]
Marquesas (Co mae) To ee Pud. muliebre
Marquesas Tah, puʔney To hide, conceal
Marquesas Wa poue Done, finished
Marquesas A tu To leap
Marquesas Oyenʔnah That same
Marquesas Oiʔoi Faded in colour Phonologically Irregular
Marquesas Mahʔrilʔie Cold
Marquesas Eoʔphar may Soul
Marquesas Tha ah newa, A Ena (The footpath of Ena) The milky way
Marquesas Owʔchʔa Pity
Marquesas Ea, aree, ke A chief
Marquesas Ow, maʔahʔha Don't by any means
Marquesas Eʔbo eʔbo Not yet
Marquesas Phoi eng Worship
Marquesas Phaʔeʔnu A medicine
Marquesas Fau bee te Narrow Phonologically Irregular
Marquesas Phaʔtar, ear,nair To lay table
Marquesas Ea, Phaʔtu ooʔta Poet
Marquesas Ea, tow rah, Phatʔtoo dow A cable