Protoform: TAKA.1D [NP] Loose, separated

Description: Loose, separated
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to NP: Nuclear Polynesian
Notes:

*1 Cf. EC *taka-sisi "scoop out coconut meat; cut copra"
*5 Cf. PO (B) *takas 'loosen, untie, set free'

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Easter Island Haʔa/taʔa Separate (v) Borrowed (Wbr)
Fijian Taka Originate from, begin, proceed; (of disease) spread Uncertain Semantic Connection (Cpl)
Mangareva Pa/taka Mettre quelque chose à cuire sur le feu sans l'avoir enveloppé de feuilles (Rch)
Mangareva Pi/taka Ouvrir (Rch)
Mangareva Taka Céder (se dit d'un ancre qui ne reste pas en place) (Rch)
Manihiki-Rakahanga Ta/taka Fall off (Bck)
Marquesas Pa/taka (MQN), pa/taʔa (MQS) Action d'enlever l'écorce du bois en le frappant; détacher (Lch)
Marquesas Ti/taka (MQN) Egrener, ôter, curer, détacher avec l'ongle (Lch)
Marquesas (ʔAma) taka/taka, taʔa/taʔa Qui se détache facilement de sa coquille (noix) (Dln)
New Zealand Maori Taka(i) Fall off, etc (Wms)
Nukumanu Taka/hoe Peeling skin (Fbg)
Nukuoro Daga Loosely clinging to a surface (outer or inner); coconut meat which has formed in the nut with no sap (Crl)
Penrhyn Taka/kee Separate one another for good, pass away, divorce (Sta)
Pukapuka Taka Apart, separated (Sby)
Rennellese Taka Loose, as drying copra flesh (Ebt)
Tahitian Taʔa Séparé, détaché, mis de côté; déboité (articulation) (Lmt)
Tuamotu Taka To be separated; to knock, thrust away, as with a blow (Stn)
Vaeakau-Taumako Taka/i/niu Piece of copra when scraped out (Hvn)
West Futuna Taka To exile oneself (Cpl)
West Futuna Taka/taka To be tossed about, wavering, unstable (Cpl)

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