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 Kini/tia Spank, beat
Emae Kiu Shore bird sp
Emae Kivi Blind (person)
Emae Qoo To bark Phonologically Irregular
Emae Koo There
Emae (Ko)koe You (sg)
Emae Kofi/a Dig (with the hands)
Emae Koso Digging stick, husking stick
Emae Koka A tree (Bishofia javanica)
Emae Kookoko Crow (Rooster)
Emae Koro Fence
Emae Korua Second person dual pronoun, you
Emae Kona Bitter, not sweet
Emae Koni/koni Have sexual intercourse
Emae Kota/kota Cackle
Emae Kote, koto Second person plural pronoun
Emae Kootou Second person plural pronoun
Emae A/ku First person singular possessive, of mine Problematic
Emae Ko Verbal particle, completive
Emae Kuku Mussel
Emae Kurii Dog
Emae Kuro Breadfruit variety
Emae Kulukulu A dove (Ptilinopus sp.) Phonologically Irregular
Emae Kumala Sweet Potato Problematic
Emae Kumete Wooden food platter
Emae Kumi/a To grasp
Emae Kupega Net
Emae Kutu Louse
Emae (Ko)ia Third person singular independent pronoun
Emae Ifi (Inocarpus edulis)
Emae Ika Fish n
Emae Raamutu Woman's brother's child
Emae Iri Fan (n)
Emae Ri/fia To blow, shoot with gun, fan
Emae Iroa Know, be able
Emae V/inu Drink
Emae Io Yes
Emae Isi Some
Emae Isu Nose
Emae Ti/iti Small
Emae Raa There, over there
Emae Raa Sail
Emae Ro Third person dual subject clitic pronoun
Emae Ra/i Branch
Emae Raa Sun
Emae Rae Forehead, presence
Emae Rafa Ringworm
Emae Raga/a Lift up
Emae Raaga/a Plait, weave
Emae Ragi Sky, heaven