Entries from Fuentes 1960 in Pollex-Online

Fuentes, J. (1960). Diccionario y Gramática de la Lengua de la Isla de Pascua: Pascuense-Castellano, Castellano-Pascuense. Santiago, Andrés Bello.

Language Item Description
Easter Island Kokoʔe/pó Olvidadízo. Forgetful.
Easter Island Mamaía Equivocar, equivocarse, errar. To err, make a mistake.
Easter Island Korotea Banana variety
Easter Island Maroa Brazada. Distance between two stretched arms. Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Poki Cria, criatura, feto, hijo, nene, niño. Baby, child, infant, creature; foetus; offspring; son. Problematic
Easter Island Poremo Borrar; borrarse una señal. To erase, become erased. Problematic
Easter Island Pua Plant (Curcuma longa)...
Easter Island Pukao Moño. Chignon. [topknot]
Easter Island Raakau Arbusto euforbiáceo, de cuya semilla se extrae el aceite de ricino. Castor-oil plant.
Easter Island Raʔau Medicine Borrowed
Easter Island Tama Retoño o vástago de la caña de azúcar. Sugar cane shoot or sprout.
Easter Island Taʔo Acusar, denunciar. Accuse, blame, denounce. Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Tore-tore Streaky, striped; (of food) not fully cooked
Easter Island Tupu Estar embarazada. To be pregnant.
Easter Island Uru-manu Los que no pertenecen a la tribu real de los miru, por no ser descendientes del hijo primogenito de Hotu Matu'a Phonologically Irregular
Easter Island Aʔu Los dolores que preceden al parto; asistir a una mujer en el parto. Pains preceding labour; assist a woman in childbirth. Uncertain Semantic Connection
Easter Island Tika Dirección, huella, rastro; señal para orientarse; (fig.) hombre joven. Direction; footprint, track; mark used for orienting; (fig.) young man. Uncertain Semantic Connection
Anuta Ma Preposition: for... (maaku, ma(a)u, ma(a)na)
Anuta Pa/pano To clean or wash an object or another person
Easter Island Tuku To fish with a net
Easter Island Tuku/tuku To fish with a conical net. Pescar nadando con una red que tiene forma de canasta o embudo (Egt).
Easter Island Tuku Let go, deliver, give
Easter Island Meʔe/rahi Much, many
Easter Island ŋaeŋae Cansarse. To get exhausted, get tired.
Easter Island Ta/ta Lavar. To wash something.