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 Gaakau Belly, guts
Emae Gako Fat
Emae Garogaro Forgetful
Emae Gaarue/rue Move
Emae Gaane Place
Emae Gao Gums
Emae Gasoro/(soro) Move slightly, slide along (Clk)
Emae Gasoro/(soro) Move slightly, slide along (Clk)
Emae Gasu Tree sp.
Emae Gata Snake
Emae Gataa Difficult
Emae Gatae Tree sp. (Erythrina indica)
Emae Gatara Groper (Epinephelus sp.)
Emae Gato To end
Emae Gaua Chew (sugar cane)
Emae Gogo Noddy (Anous sp.)
Emae Goro Sleep
Emae Guu Groan, moan, moo, coo
Emae Guufeke Squid, cuttlefish
Emae Gutu Mouth
Emae Aa What?, what kind of?
Emae Aga Span
Emae Reekau Reef
Emae Akau Reef edge
Emae Ake Upwards
Emae Ara Road, path
Emae Ama Outrigger
Emae Igoa Name
Emae Oge Hunger, dearth, famine
Emae Soko/ ki Approach Problematic
Emae Ua High tide
Emae Sui Bone Problematic
Emae Uku Dive
Emae Uri Shoot, sucker
Emae Uru To enter
Emae Urumaki/na Insert, put in
Emae Ka Verbal particle, subordinate (usually relative) non-future . Future
Emae Kakaa Scream, yelp, squeal, (baby) cry
Emae Ka But
Emae Kafa Sinnet
Emae Kaafi/a Go towards, head for Borrowed
Emae Kafika malay apple (Syzygium malaccensis)
Emae Kafu Piece of clothing
Emae Kai Food
Emae Ma/kakai/ Sharp
Emae Kaiga Yard, home
Emae Kaiaa/tia Steal
Emae Na/kainaga/ Titled person subordinate to a given person
Emae Kaka Fibre at base of coconut leaf
Emae Ka/kai/ Story