Entries from Stimson n.d. in Pollex-Online

Stimson, Frank (n.d.) Ra'ivavaean Dictionary. Typescript.

Language Item Description
Ra'ivavae Paahii A spill, rillway; single element of cascades
Ra'ivavae Paahii/hii The shallow part of the surface of the reef that is washed over by the sea
Ra'ivavae ʔOohii To gush, spurt out, spout up
Ra'ivavae Hii To raise, pull, draw up; to rise, emerge, ascend from the abyss
Ra'ivavae Hiaʔai To hanker for food and drink
Ra'ivavae Hiŋa To fall (prone or supine), collapse; topple, crash to the ground (as a tree); (frly) to be overcome; to die
Ra'ivavae Hihi To be entangled, caught (as in a net); to tie or tangle up, as with a net; to be wrapped around; difficult, involved in difficulties
Ra'ivavae Hihi The crumpled lips of the Tridacna clam Uncertain Semantic Connection
Ra'ivavae Hihi The lashes of the eye; rays of the sun or moon, when above the horizon
Ra'ivavae Hihimata Eyelashes
Ra'ivavae Hihi A variety of small univalve mollusk...
Ra'ivavae Himu A variety of fish Problematic
Ra'ivavae Hina A great-grandchild...
Ra'ivavae Hinarere A great-great-grandchild
Ra'ivavae Hiŋa, hina, hiʔa The vulva Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hiina/hiina Grey hair; grey, white (of the hair)
Ra'ivavae Hinaŋaro To desire, long for, wish
Ra'ivavae Hinano The flower of the pandanus Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hiinaʔi A kind of wicker-work basket-trap used to catch small fish, octopus, eels, and to keep shrimp alive
Ra'ivavae Hinu Oil, fat, grease
Ra'ivavae Hinuhinu Oily, greasy; shiny; bright, lustrous; splendid, magnificent
Ra'ivavae Hinu To blow the nose free of snot; to extract snot by blowing or squeezing the nose Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hio To whistle, make a thin, high, penetrating sound
Ra'ivavae Hipa Awry, off-centre, not straight or perpendicular, askew
Ra'ivavae Hiirara To lean, lean over, overhang Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hiri To ply or move briskly, energetically
Ra'ivavae Taahiri To blow, of the wind
Ra'ivavae Taahiri/hiri To fan; a fan; to blow strongly, of the wind
Ra'ivavae Hiri To braid; braided
Ra'ivavae Hiri A bright purplish red dye, made from a mixture of the juices of the innter bark of the candlenut (parai) and of the casuarina tree
Ra'ivavae Hiriiŋa The month of September
Ra'ivavae Hiro To make or lay cord by affixing strands end to end and twisting; to twist strands together with the fingers...
Ra'ivavae Hiro The first or second night of the lunar month, according to varying calendars
Ra'ivavae Hiti To start, make a sudden movement
Ra'ivavae Hiti To rise, as the sun, moon, stars; to shine upon, as the light off the sun, moon, stars
Ra'ivavae Hitirere To be dumbfounded, taken completely by surprise; as by unexpected ill-news
Ra'ivavae Taahiti To go or leap across, over to a side, border
Ra'ivavae Hitu Seven
Ra'ivavae Hiu Bored, wearied, fed-up
Ra'ivavae Hiʔa To kindle fire by friction, using the fire plough; to rub vigorously
Ra'ivavae Hiʔi To lift up, raise; to lift up in the arms, as a child; to dandle, jounce, bounce; to carry on the hip
Ra'ivavae Hoo/mai To give; to suggest a course of action
Ra'ivavae Hoo/atu To run; to drift Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hooa Friend, comrade, chum; spouse, mistress, lover
Ra'ivavae Haʔahooa To make friends with, become a comrade of
Ra'ivavae Hooata To project light-rays above the horizon when below it; said of the moon; to become visible (as after being hidden or covered over)... Problematic
Ra'ivavae Hooata The second or third night of the lunar month, according to one or another calendar
Ra'ivavae Hoe A paddle, oar; to paddle a canoe, (frly) to row a boat
Ra'ivavae Hoŋi To sniff, rub the nose upon the face of another in affection or love
Ra'ivavae Hoŋo To have the odor of urine