Protoform: FONO.1A [OC] Stop up a gap, patch, inlay, join

Description: Stop up a gap, patch, inlay, join
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to OC: Oceanic

*4 POC *(m)pono.

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Arosi Hono Shut (Fox)
East Futuna Fono Stop up an opening , board for canoe side (I) (Gzl)
East Uvea Fono A plank for a canoe (Rch)
Easter Island Hono Patch, add, darn, mend. Knot by joining two ropes etc. (Wbr). (Fts)
Fijian Vono Join pieces together (Cpl)
Hawaiian Hono Join v (Pki)
Lau Fono Shut (Fox)
Mangareva ʔOno Ajuster des bois, des pavés en pierres, des fils qu'on ajuste en filant, filer égal; joindre une chose à une autre (Rch)
Mangareva Pa/ʔono Embellir (Rch)
Mangareva Ono/ono/raga ivi Articulation (des os); joint. (Chf)
Mota Wono Close (Cdn)
New Zealand Maori Hono Join v (Wms)
Niue Fono To join, patch (e.g. a hole) (Sph)
Nukuoro Hono Patch (Crl)
Penrhyn Hono Join, tie, fasten. Join (n) in canoe construction (Bck). (Sta)
Penrhyn Hono tangata Link with the people [in kinship] (Bck)
Pukapuka Wono Join together, splice (Mta)
Raʔivavae Hono To join, come together; to splice, join (as the end of broken bones); the vertical section of thatching...between two adjacent rafters... (Stn)
Rarotongan ʔOno Join v (Bse)
Saʔa Hono Shut (Ivs)
Samoan Fono Patch, inlay (Prt)
Tahitian Hono To splice a rope, to join pieces of wood (Dvs)
Takuu Hono The built-up sides of a canoe; wash-strake plank (Mle)
Tokelau Fono To patch a hole (Sma)
Tongan Fono Inlay (Cwd)
Tongan Fonno To inlay (Mar)
Tuamotu Hono Join v (Stn)
Tuvalu Fono Mend; a patch (Rby)

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