Protoform: FATI.A [OC] Break, be broken (including a wave)

Description: Break, be broken (including a wave)
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to OC: Oceanic
Notes:

*0 >> XW *ma-fati
*4 POC *pati "break, snap something off" (LPO I:279).

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
East Futuna Fati Break (Mfr)
East Uvea Fasi Casser, briser, rompre (Rch)
Easter Island Ha/hata Break (by snapping?, e.g. a plant, wood, knife, sawblade, etc.) Phonologically Irregular (Wbr)
Emae Fati Break (of a wave) (Cpl)
Emae Fati/a Break (something) (Cpl)
Hawaiian Haki Broken (Pki)
Ifira-Mele Faji Break (v.t.) (Clk)
Ifira-Mele Faji/a Break (v.t.) (Clk)
Kapingamarangi Hadi Break off (Lbr)
Luangiua Haki Snap (Smd)
Luangiua Hoki Broken Phonologically Irregular (Smd)
Luangiua Haki Break (Hbn)
Mangareva ʔA/ʔati Casser une branche, un bois (Rch)
Mangareva ʔAti Casser, briser quelque chose (Rch)
Mangareva ʔAti/ʔati Casser une jambe, un bras (Rch)
Mangareva ʔAti/ga Brisement des vagues sur un écueil (Rch)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Wha/whati To break; to dash on reef as great waves (Sve)
Marquesas Fati (MQS), hati (MQN) Brisé, cassée; consentir; casser, briser, rompre (Lch)
Marquesas Fa/fati (MQS), ha/hati (MQN) Casser, briser, se plier. Cueillir (des fruits); pick (fruit) (Atl). (Lch)
Marquesas Tai/fati Récif, brisant (Lch)
Marquesas Hati/hati (MQN), fa(ti)/fati (MQS) Briser (par flexion); snap (by bending). Casser à la main (fruit, fleur); pick (fruit, flower). (Chf)
Moriori Whati, huti Break off . (Wave) break (Shd)
New Zealand Maori Whati Broken off, to be (Wms)
Niue Fati Break off, snap (Sph)
Niue Fa/fati/anga A measure. Allocation (Sph). (McE)
Niue A/fati Rough, broken reef; blowholes. Coastal cliff with no reef (McE). Problematic (Tgr)
Nuguria H/hati Break (a stick) (vt) (Dvl)
Nukuoro Hadi Broken (as a stick), bent up (Crl)
Penrhyn Hati Broken (Sta)
Pukapuka Wati Broken off, fractured (Mta)
Raʔivavae Hati Break off, broken off; struck down; turned aside (as leader of a school of fish, into a net); dispersed, routed (Stn)
Rarotongan ʔAti Snap, break across (Bse)
Rennellese Hati Break, as waves or bones (Ebt)
Samoan Fati Break (Prt)
Tahitian Fati Bris, rupture, cassure (se dit d'un objet long cassé par flexion en deux morceaux); cassé; se casser, être cassé; briser, déferler (en parlant des vagues) (Lmt)
Takuu Fati Broken, cracked through (Hwd)
Takuu F/fati (of a joint of the body) Break (Mle)
Takuu Hati Break into pieces; joint of the body (Mle)
Tikopia Fati Break v.t. (Fth)
Tikopia Fati Break (as a wave); v.t. break (a stick) (Drd)
Tokelau Fati Break, snap off (Sma)
Tongan Fasi Break (Cwd)
Tongan Fachi, fetchi To break; to dislocate; to sprain; broken; disjointed. To break, to starve, to snap in two, split (Mar)
Tuamotu Fati Break (Stn)
Tuamotu Hati Break (Stn)
Tupuaki Raau fati Remedy for broken bones.. (Atn)
Vaeakau-Taumako Vahi, vasi (trans. vahia) Break, be broken (Hvn)
West Futuna FaSi Rise (of water); break (of waves) (Cpl)
West Futuna Faji To be broken; choppy (of breakers) (Dty)
West Futuna Koi fasi/ake ta ra Aube (le soleil apparait) Phonologically Irregular (Rve)
West Uvea Fati-a Casser (Hmn)
West Uvea Fati/mai (Vague) se briser (Hmn)

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