Entries from Pratt 1911 in Pollex-Online

Pratt, G. (1911). Pratt's Grammar & Dictionary of the Samoan Language. Apia, Western Samoa, Malua Printing Press.

Language Item Description
Samoan Tafatoo A perpendicular steep, as seen from above
Samoan Tafa The side of a hill; to turn on one side
Samoan Taʔavili To turn round, as a mill, a drill, &c.
Samoan Tali Receive
Samoan Tali Answer
Samoan ʔAusulu Axe (so called before chiefs)
Samoan Ti/tino (postposed) Definitely
Samoan Tino To be certain; certainly
Samoan -tino Suffix to some verbs: intensive
Samoan Mili/ga Sowing by rubbing between the fingers, as tobacco seed
Samoan Milo/si Be twisted; cross-grained, perverse
Samoan Mi/milo Be perverse, act contrarily
Samoan Mio Wander about, go round about
Samoan Mioi Act perversely
Samoan Mi/mio Be confused, as a current at sea
Samoan Mi/mio Be confused, as a current at sea
Samoan Tama/ʔi The young of animals or plants
Samoan Puupuu A sheath, a case
Samoan Vili/vili To brandish, as a club
Samoan Viligia To dry in the wind; to air; to cool in the wind
Samoan Avaʔe Take up, carry on the shoulders
Samoan Maneʔe To walk proudly
Samoan Maaneʔe To begin to rise, as the tide, or the person sitting down
Samoan Lea That Phonologically Irregular
Samoan Ga/gana Speech, language; to speak to
Samoan Gana/gana To be talked about, to be the subject of conversation
Samoan Gaana/gana Talk, converse, chat
Samoan Momo/i Broken remnants, crumbs
Samoan Moi/moi Small fishes left in a net after the large ones are taken out
Samoan Moʔi/moʔi Small
Samoan Lagai Shoal of dolphins Uncertain Semantic Connection
Samoan Masagi High, lifted up, as the eaves of a house. Rebound, fly up (Mnr).
Samoan Soe/ago Fish sp.
Samoan Tau/nuʔu To reach, to arrive at; to come to pass
Samoan ʔAfaga The bandage put on the feet when climbing the cocoa-nut tree
Samoan Aʔega A pole or beam, used for a ladder
Samoan ʔAnoʔano The nest of the lago mumu [carpenter bee]
Samoan Fuai/ʔupu A single sentiment in a speech
Samoan Fuaʔi/vai A single water bottle
Samoan Pe/i Break coconuts
Samoan Sano To long for, be intent upon
Samoan Sala/i To cut fastenings
Samoan Siʔi To quote from a book
Samoan Suni The piece of tutuga [paper mulberry bark] used as a sponge to take up scented cocoa-nut oil as it forms
Samoan Taafega A freshet; to flow in a river
Samoan Aʔe To go up, to return as from fishing; to return from banishment; to rise, as waves
Samoan Pea Still, continually, yet (post-verbal)
Samoan Lee Preposed particle not, do...not
Samoan Polapola A double pola, used to carry food to chiefs; a flat-built canoe
Samoan Suoo Spade, hoe, shovel