Entries from Dougherty 1983 in Pollex-Online

Dougherty, J. W. D. (1983). West Futuna-Aniwa: An Introduction to a Polynesian Outlier Language. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Language Item Description
West Futuna A/kiratou Third person plural independent pronoun
West Futuna Rava To finish, complete, be done
West Futuna Rava Choke, of plants
West Futuna Lava/lava Fabric loincloth worn by men Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Reka To belch
West Futuna Rere Fly, single subject
West Futuna Hlele Fly, plural subject
West Futuna Lele-a To make something fly away (of the wind)
West Futuna Sa/rafue/ Butterfly, moth
West Futuna Leo Voice
West Futuna Repa/repa Flap wings
West Futuna Lepa/lepa Loose, flabby (ANI) . Moving about freely, swinging free (FUT) Moving about (of hanging things) (Cpl).
West Futuna Rep/repu Be stirred up into waves
West Futuna Resi/a To lie to
West Futuna Rie Louse egg
West Futuna Ringi/a To pour (out)
West Futuna Rigorigo A small cricket
West Futuna Hlika Pain, suffering, fear, fright
West Futuna Hlili. riri (trans. riri/a) To be angry
West Futuna Lih/lili Bad tempered, bad mannered, spoiled. Pleurnicher (Rve).
West Futuna Rima Five
West Futuna Rima Hand-arm
West Futuna Rito/rito Immature yam
West Futuna Ro Ant. Sorte de petit scorpion (Rve).
West Futuna Roro, ro- To go (non-singular subject)
West Futuna Roata Large black ant sp. Sorte de petite scorpion (pique) (Rve).
West Futuna Rafa Fathom (a measure of distance spanning the distance of one's outstretched arms); to measure. Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Rou-a Forked stick; to pick fruit with a forked stick
West Futuna Roi Fish Sp
West Futuna Loh/loli Sea slug. Holothurie noire (Rve).
West Futuna (H)goro To sing; song Phonologically Irregular
West Futuna Rotu To follow christian worship
West Futuna Rua Hole dug in ground for cooking or burying trash; pit
West Futuna (H)lua To heave, vomit; to burst out; to topple down, be ejected
West Futuna Rua Two
West Futuna Ruana Lowly, common
West Futuna Ruetu Winds from the north and north-east
West Futuna Retu/amlai. Ruetu amlai (Rve). Northeast wind
West Futuna Rukau Native cabbage
West Futuna Ruru Owl
West Futuna Ruru Calm, still
West Futuna Ruma/ruma Leave one's friends and stay with others
West Futuna Rupe Dove, pigeon
West Futuna Ma And, with
West Futuna Ma And (not confined to numerals)
West Futuna H/ma To be ashamed, shy, embarrassed; frightened
West Futuna -maua First person exclusive dual possessive suffix
West Futuna Ma Clear, clean
West Futuna Ma For
West Futuna Mae Shrivel, dry up, wither. Fanée (fleur) (Rve).