Protoform: WELA.A [OC] Burn, be on fire, burnt

Description: Burn, be on fire, burnt
Reconstruction: Reconstructs to OC: Oceanic
Notes:

*1 Cf. PN *we-wela “hot”.

Pollex entries:

Language Reflex Description Source
Anuta Vera Burnt (as by sun) (Yen)
Anuta Vera To burn (as to burn a person, or for an object to burn up) (Fbg)
East Futuna Vela Bruler (vi) (Mfr)
East Uvea Vela, vela/vela, ve/vela Bruler (Rch)
Easter Island Vera Conflagration, fire; to burn, fire, ignite, kindle, scorch (Fts)
Hawaiian Wela Burned (Pki)
Ifira-Mele Vera Burn, be on fire (Clk)
Kapingamarangi Wele Burned (Lbr)
Luangiua Vela Burn (vi) (Hbn)
Mangareva Vera Incendie, feu à grandes flammes (Rch)
Mangareva Ko/vera Fruit froissé par le vent, ou brûlé par le soleil, et qui a avorté (Rch)
Marquesas Veʔa Incendié, brûlé, brûlant, détruit par le feu; cuit. Brûlant, chaud; cuire, incendier, brûler; inflammation, ébullition de sang (Lch). (Dln)
Moriori Were Fire (Shd)
New Zealand Maori Wera (pass. wera-ina) Burnt; burn (vt) (Wms)
Niuafoʔou Vela To burn (Gry)
Niue Vela Burnt, scorched (Sph)
Nuguria Vela (pl. v/vela) Burn, be alight (Dvl)
Nukumanu V/vela Burnt (plural) (Trt)
Nukuoro Vela Burned (Crl)
Pukapuka Vela Fire in the bush (in chant texts) (Sby)
Rapa Vera To burn (vi) (Sks)
Rennellese Bega Burn, be burned (Ebt)
Samoan Vela Cooked, well cooked; to burn (as a house) (chiefly) (Prt)
Sikaiana Vela To be destroyed by fire (Dnr)
Tahitian Vera Incendie; brulant; bruler. Fire, a general conflagration...; burnt, scalded, scorched; cooked or hot, applied to food (Dvs). (Lmt)
Takuu Vela Burnt, burning, on fire (Mle)
Tokelau Vela Cooked (Sma)
Tongan Vela-sia Burnt (Cwd)
Tongan Vela To be on fire, to catch fire; to burn, be burning; to be burnt; to be scorched or scalded; burning fire, conflagration, bush fire (Cwd)
Vaeakau-Taumako Vela Cooked (Hvn)
West Uvea Vela Brulure; ampoule (Hmn)

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