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 Faʔaloo To stretch out Phonologically Irregular
Samoan Faaloo(loo) To stretch out
Samoan Fanuu Very nearly, all but
Samoan Fana Shoot (Gen.)
Samoan Fanaa Mast
Samoan Faagono A tale intermingled with song; (interj.) applied to a boaster Phonologically Irregular
Samoan Faanaʔe Rise (of moon/tide)
Samoan Faanau Be born, give birth
Samoan Fano Be past, gone (of time)
Samoan Fanofano Wash one's hands
Samoan Fafano Wash hands or feet
Samoan Fano/alou Slimy diarrhoea Problematic
Samoan Fanua Land
Samoan Fanua Afterbirth
Samoan Fao (Ochrosia sp.), small shore tree; (Neisosperma oppositifolium) (Whr)
Samoan Fao Nail , nail, wooden peg
Samoan Fao Fill
Samoan Fafao Insert
Samoan Fao To punch holes for the sinnet of a canoe
Samoan Faoo Lie on the face; be turned bottom up
Samoan Fao Seize, take violently, rob snatch, seize, grab
Samoan Fasa Be delirious
Samoan Faasi To split
Samoan Faasi- Denotes a part or piece of something; occurs only in compound words
Samoan Faaisua Tridacna clam sp Phonologically Irregular
Samoan Fata Shelf, storehouse
Samoan Fatafata Chest
Samoan Faatai Sit cross-legged
Samoan Faatatai Sit cross-legged (pl.)
Samoan Fati Break
Samoan Fati Return
Samoan Fati Tune, melody
Samoan Fato To eat (only used in abuse)
Samoan Fatu Commence plaiting, fasten floats to a net
Samoan Fatu Compose a song; raise a false report; commence plaiting; make a *titi*
Samoan Fatu/fatu Fold up
Samoan Fatu Stone
Samoan Fatu/gaʔo The kidneys
Samoan Fatua’i To lay up in the memory; to compose and commit to memory ; consider, look at
Samoan Fatuga Principal rafter , timbers to which purlins are fastened
Samoan Fatumanava Motion of the heart
Samoan Faʔaata To shade the eys or partially close them, in order to see far-off objects; to spy with a glass or telescope
Samoan Fau Tie
Samoan Fau String for tying up hair
Samoan Fe- Reciprocal prefix
Samoan Feoaʔi Walk with, go about with
Samoan Fea Where?
Samoan Feao Guard, protect, keep another company
Samoan Poto/poto To assemble, to gather together
Samoan Fefe To be wrinkled, shrivelled