Entries from Zamponi 1996 in Pollex-Online

Zamponi, R. (1996). "Multiple sources of glottal stop in Ra?ivavaean." Oceanic Linguistics 35(1): 6-20.

Language Item Description
Ra'ivavae Ate/ʔavae, ata/vaevae Calf of the leg
Ra'ivavae Nu(ʔ)u Army
Ra'ivavae Heʔe Octopus
Ra'ivavae Hoʔi To return. To follow after (Stn).
Ra'ivavae Aʔaau Reef
Ra'ivavae ʔAha Cord
Ra'ivavae ʔAu To swim
Ra'ivavae ʔOi Sharp
Ra'ivavae ʔUgu Breadfruit
Ra'ivavae ʔUtu Louse
Ra'ivavae Iŋooa, iʔo(o)a Name
Ra'ivavae Gaʔo, gaŋo Fly
Ra'ivavae Mataʔi Wind
Ra'ivavae Mouʔa Mountain
Ra'ivavae Geʔageʔa Yellow
Ra'ivavae Tagiʔa Ear
Ra'ivavae Taʔata Person
Ra'ivavae Tuʔane Brother
Ra'ivavae Agiʔi King
Ra'ivavae Ago Front
Ra'ivavae Matau Fishhook
Ra'ivavae Naa To be satisfied, content
Ra'ivavae Gaagaa Small branch
Ra'ivavae Tao/mi To press down upon
Ra'ivavae Haka-, haʔa- Causative
Ra'ivavae Kite, ʔite To know
Ra'ivavae Kohe, ʔohe Bamboo
Ra'ivavae Guaki, guaʔi To vomit
Ra'ivavae Guku, guʔu To dive
Ra'ivavae Uŋaʔo Marine worm
Ra'ivavae Neke, neʔe To growl [sc. crawl?] Problematic
Ra'ivavae Aŋa To look at. Gaze at, regard (Stn).
Ra'ivavae Giŋi, giʔi To gush out
Ra'ivavae ʔUpeeŋa, ʔupeʔa Net
Ra'ivavae Maŋo, maʔo Shark
Ra'ivavae Poŋipoŋi To be daylight
Ra'ivavae Haaŋai, haanai To feed, nourish
Ra'ivavae Haŋamea, hanamea Variety of deep sea fish
Ra'ivavae ŋago, nago To vanish
Ra'ivavae ŋutu, nutu Lip
Ra'ivavae Gaŋi, gani, gaʔi Sky
Ra'ivavae ŋahugu, nahugu, ʔahugu Ten
Ra'ivavae Guŋa, guna, guʔa Above, over, upon
Ra'ivavae ŋagu, nagu, ʔagu Comber, breaking wave
Ra'ivavae Goŋo, gono, goʔo Hear
Ra'ivavae Taŋi, tani, taʔi To weep
Ra'ivavae Tuŋi, tuni, tuʔi To light a fire
Ra'ivavae Hoŋi, honi, hoʔi To sniff
Ra'ivavae Ma/heʔa/heʔa Light, pale
Ra'ivavae ʔAe/ʔae Legs of lobster or crab Problematic