Entries from Yen 1973 in Pollex-Online

Yen, D. E. and J. Gordon, Eds. (1973). Anuta: a Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands. Pacific Anthropological Records. Honolulu, Department of Anthropology, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum.

Language Item Description
Anuta Raka Step over
Anuta Raro Below, down
Anuta Rama. Ra/rama (Fbg). Fishing with torch
Anuta Rai Big. Large, great; numerous (Fbg).
Anuta Repu Ashes
Anuta Rerei. +Lelei (Fbg) Good
Anuta Rima Hand-arm
Anuta Ro(ro)a Long (in space or time)
Anuta Rori Beche-de-mer
Anuta Rua Two
Anuta Ru/rue/ To shake
Anuta Rupe Pigeon
Anuta Rupo/rupo Small mackerel sp. A type of very small fish, often caught with hook and line from the beach (Fbg).
Anuta Maa Clean
Anuta Mangoo. Mango(o) (Fbg). Shark
Anuta Makariri Cold. Be [feel] cold, have chills (Fbg)
Anuta Maki Sickness
Anuta Mako Dance
Anuta Marara Charcoal
Anuta Maremo To drown
Anuta Marino Calm
Anuta Mama Chew food for infants; mouthful
Anuta Mamafa. Mamapa (Fbg) Heavy
Anuta Mami A tree (Antiaris toxicaria); barkcloth Problematic
Anuta Mana Thunder
Anuta Manako To desire
Anuta Manipi/nipi Thin
Anuta Manini Fish sp. Smallish fish commonly speared on reef (Fbg).
Anuta Maanu Float; play in the water
Anuta Maperu Be bent
Anuta Maaina Moon, month; snail operculum Problematic
Anuta Matara Untie, unfold. (Leaf of young plant) begin to show itself (Fbg).
Anuta Mate Die
Anuta Mato Cliff
Anuta Maatoru, matatoru Thick
Anuta Mau Fixed. strong. Brave; always (Fbg).
Anuta Maunga Mountain. Hill (Fbg).
Anuta Mauri Life, alive
Anuta Mei Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis)
Anuta Miti Suck
Anuta Mo/mono/ Patch, caulk canoe. Forbid, stop or prevent someone from doing something; turn off (e.g. radio), close (Fbg).
Anuta Motu Cut, break. To split, to part (Fbg).
Anuta Muu A fish
Anuta Na There
Anuta Namu Bad smell, stink
Anuta Nanue A fish
Anuta Natu Knead, mix to a pulp
Anuta Ninimo Giddy. An eye disorder (Fbg).
Anuta Noku Bend
Anuta Nonu (Morinda citrifolia)