Entries from Feinberg 1977 in Pollex-Online

Feinberg, R. (1977). The Anutan language reconsidered: Lexicon and grammar of a Polynesian Outlier. New Haven, Human Relations Area Files Press.

Language Item Description
Anuta Pu/puke Water falling in large quantities (as from water supply aqueduct during monsoon season)
Anuta Pu/pura To wake up
Anuta Pu/puti To pull something up from the ground; to stretch something like a piece of rubber
Anuta Pura For a spark to ignite upon rubbing a stick on a wood platform or fire plow
Anuta Pura Protruding (as a fat stomach)
Anuta Pura/rua For fire to light at both ends of fire plow track (in making fire by friction)
Anuta Pu/rere Spiral shell; cone shell
Anuta Puri/i To turn something over
Anuta Puru/nga/kere Circumcision ceremony (lit. cleansing the dirt)
Anuta Puu/kaa Shell trumpet; conch; conch shell which is blown to signify the start of church)
Anuta Puurou To cover oneself as with a blanket
Anuta Purau To catch fish with a net Phonologically Irregular
Anuta Rae Forehead
Anuta Rai A kind of fish
Anuta Rakaraka To walk taking large, brisk steps; to walk quickly
Anuta Ta/ke (singular), ra/ke (plural) Other, different
Anuta Raku To throw something away
Anuta Ranga(i) To pull something out of the ground
Anuta Raga Crops which have matured Uncertain Semantic Connection
Anuta Rapa A type of skin fungus marked by severe itching and very difficult to cure
Anuta Rapa/oru A kind of taro Problematic
Anuta Ra/pare/pare Afternoon
Anuta Rapi/rapi Close, near
Anuta Rau Thin, flexible object
Anuta Rau uru Head hair
Anuta Rau Flat surface of an object
Anuta Rava European cloth worn wrapped around a man's waist
Anuta Rava/rava Women's skirt, either of bark cloth or European cloth
Anuta Rava Abundant
Anuta Ravaki, lavaki Vacant; absent; dead
Anuta Rave To run aground; caught on the bottom of the sea
Anuta Re(e)/rea To speak (rarely used, probably archaic form)
Anuta Reo To look after
Anuta Reo Voice
Anuta Rere o aru To run away; to flee
Anuta Re/reu Ripe (of fruits growing above the ground)
Anuta Reu To guard Phonologically Irregular
Anuta Rika For an object (e.g. log, ball) to roll
Anuta Riki Small
Anuta Rimu/ngauta Moss
Anuta Ri/ringi To pour
Anuta Riu Inside of a hollow object such as a canoe or bowl
Anuta Riu/ara Path (esp. in moral contexts); passage, carfare [may be a TIK word]
Anuta Ro Word used as a filler and for emphasis [in conditioned variance with *rei*?]
Anuta Ro Generic term for ant; a particular type of small black ant
Anuta Ro ata A large black ant, capable of inflicting a painful bite
Anuta Rongo/rongo To hear about
Anuta Rongo/rongo/kovi Sick
Anuta Roopaa To groan (or convulse?) in sleep Problematic
Anuta Ro/roku (te pana) To draw (a bow)