Entries from Stimson n.d. in Pollex-Online

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

Language Item Description
Ra'ivavae Huero The fleshy cone of the tridacna, or any bivalve Uncertain Semantic Connection
Ra'ivavae Huŋa Particle, small, minute object; small, minute
Ra'ivavae Huŋe The core of the breadfruit Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Huha The thigh
Ra'ivavae Huhu A variety of small black bee-like woodboring insect
Ra'ivavae Hui To gather together, congregate, assemble, collect; a group, line or collectivity of ancestors; (frly) a family; a bundle, as of leaves...
Ra'ivavae Hume To fasten on, attach, gird on a girdle or belt
Ra'ivavae Huna To hide, conceal; hidden, concealed, secret...
Ra'ivavae Huna The tenth night of the lunar month
Ra'ivavae Hune The core of a fruit or nut
Ra'ivavae Hune/ʔuru The seed, stem or core of a breadfruit
Ra'ivavae Hunoŋa An in-law, one related by marriage [son- or daughter-in-law]
Ra'ivavae Huoro An egg (of any kind) Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Hupe Mucous discharge from the nose; dew; the chill night wind
Ra'ivavae Hura To be revealed, disclosed; to become visible, come into view (as a babe in parturition)
Ra'ivavae Hura To reveal, disclose, uncover, expose; explain, expound, teach
Ra'ivavae Huri Turn over, overturn; roll over, spill, upset; (frly) roll up, bundle up...turn towards, away from; reverse, be altered or changed
Ra'ivavae Taahuri To upset or turn over endwise; to fall head over heels
Ra'ivavae Huru Hair; the spines of the hedge-hog fish; dried banana leaves
Ra'ivavae Ahuru A variety or species of bearded fish
Ra'ivavae Huruhuru Hair; fur, wool; feathers; fine thread-like fibres of the mo'omo'o leaves
Ra'ivavae Huru Sort, kind, likeness, class; appearance, form; character, habits;(mod.) color....
Ra'ivavae Huti To pull, haul, drag, hoist; to draw in or hold the breath
Ra'ivavae Mahuti To be uprooted, pulled or drawn up or out; to uproot (as a wind or natural force)
Ra'ivavae Huto To emerge, as anything above the surface of the sea Problematic
Ra'ivavae Hutu The fruit of the Barringtonia tree;...the spongy, fibrous pericarp of the fruit of the Barringtonia, used as caulking material
Ra'ivavae Huʔa Foam, froth, spume; to form froth, foam or spume; to foam up
Ra'ivavae Huʔi To prick, perforate or transfix with a pointed instrument; ?? to twitch, hiccough, throb
Ra'ivavae Huʔu The tail of animals, fish, birds (excepting the tropic bird and the cock); the tip or tip-end of leaves Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Ii To be intense, of emotions, feelings...
Ra'ivavae Ia That one (referring to something understood or previously mentioned); then, there; so then, therefore...
Ra'ivavae Iŋooa A name, appelation
Ra'ivavae Ihe A variety of the Hemiramphus fish
Ra'ivavae Ihi (Obs) The Tahitian chestnut tree and its fruit (Inocarpus edulis)
Ra'ivavae Ihi ? To expose; (Es) The membrum virile glande nuda Uncertain Semantic Connection
Ra'ivavae Iho To descend, move downwards
Ra'ivavae Iho Lower, below; right there, right after, thereupon
Ra'ivavae Iho The inner bark of certain trees; the umbilicus; the self, the core, heart, essence of a thing
Ra'ivavae Ihu The bow or prow of a canoe or ship...; (mod.) the nose
Ra'ivavae Inaŋa A variety of very small fish or fry that swarm at certain seasons (now said only of maemae, the fry of the morava)
Ra'ivavae Inu To drink
Ra'ivavae Io A strip, streak, shred; a longitudinal strip or portion of a fish
Ra'ivavae Ipo A sweetheart, darling, loved one
Ra'ivavae Haʔaipoipo To marry
Ra'ivavae Ipu A calabash bowl; a ti-leaf food wrapper ('ama'a) upon which a cupped fire-sofftened banana-leaf, filled with arrowroot or other semi-liquid food, has been placed
Ra'ivavae Ira A general term for a number of inflamatory diseases; a general term for a number of diseases characterized by convulsions and shivering sweats; erysipelas
Ra'ivavae Iri To enter into, possess, inspire, as the spirit of a god enters into a medium or priest.. Phonologically Irregular
Ra'ivavae Iro A maggot
Ra'ivavae ʔOoiro A variety of whitish edible eel
Ra'ivavae Iti Small; a little; dear, darling (in affection)