Entries from Capell 1962 in Pollex-Online

Capell, A. (1962). The Polynesian Language of Mae (Emwae), New Hebrides. Auckland, Linguistic Society of New Zealand.

Language Item Description
Emae Namu Namu/atea. :Fishy-smelling
Emae Namu Namu/namusauga. :A bit smelly
Emae Nau Mother
Emae Nea Thing
Emae Nefu/nefu Mist, cloud covering mountain
Emae Neve/a Carry on back with straps
Emae Gi Article (plural or indefinite mass) Phonologically Irregular
Emae Nifo Tooth
Emae Niu Coconut Palm (Cocos nucifera)
Emae Noo/tia Bind, tie
Emae Nofo Be in a place
Emae Nofu Stonefish
Emae Nonu (Morinda citrifolia)
Emae Numi Numi/a. :Crumple up
Emae Oo Go (plural of ano) Borrowed
Emae Ofaga Nest (of bird or animal)
Emae Oso Parcel, package
Emae One Sand
Emae Toke /onea/ Eel sp., white
Emae Ota Coconut refuse
Emae Oti Finished, complete
Emae Paa/kia Slap
Emae Pae Fence, wall
Emae Pagogo Fish sp., picot (Siganus sp.), red/white mottled
Emae Bakakau Wing Phonologically Irregular
Emae Paki Slap, strike
Emae Pakipaki Jellyfish sp.
Emae Pakora Ghost of a murdered person
Emae Paku/paku Dry (of fruit, coconut)
Emae Paku Burn (vi) ; burn (vi), be on fire
Emae Pakuu Sound of impact
Emae Para Rotten (of fruit)
Emae Bala/bala Tree fern Problematic
Emae Paragi A Surgeonfish (Acanthurus sp.)
Emae Pararafa Base of fallen coconut frond, still attached to tree
Emae Pare Push aside, bend down
Emae Paroro Edible sea worm
Emae Paapaa Flutefish (Fistularia)
Emae Batu Club
Emae Pe Like, resembling
Emae Pee Soft-ripe, of breadfruit
Emae Peka Flying-fox
Emae Pekapeka White-rumped Swiftlet and other spp.
Emae Peru/kia Wind up, coil
Emae Pena/pena Prepare
Emae Penu/penu Rubbish
Emae Pepe Butterfly
Emae Bete/bete Fat adj. Phonologically Irregular
Emae Pia/pia Foam on sea
Emae Piri Stuck