History for Protoform MAQONI.* [PN] True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

Date Change Level Protoform Description Notes
05:16 12-11-19 Changed notes. MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*4 POC *ma-qoni 'true, real' (LPO V:553). [PN + Balawaia]
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

13:33 17-09-19 Changed description for entry "Luangiua: [Haa/mao9i]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

11:18 04-04-19 Changed item and description for entry "Tongan: [Möóni. Co-möóni.]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

05:38 04-04-19 Changed source for entry "Tongan: [Co-möóni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

01:21 27-03-19 Added entry "Tongan: [Co-möóni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

16:09 20-04-16 Changed source and description for entry "Tuvalu: [Faka/maoni]". Changed source and description for entry "Tuvalu: [Fakamaaoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

15:08 15-02-16 Changed description for entry "Nukumanu: [Haka/maoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

14:58 20-10-15 No fields changed. MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

13:10 29-09-15 Changed description for entry "Nukumanu: [Haka/maoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

18:57 23-08-15 Changed description for entry "Nukumanu: [Haka/maoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

17:30 23-08-15 Added entry "Nukumanu: [Haka/maoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*1 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

14:40 12-11-12 Changed source, item and description for entry "Takuu: [Maaoni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

17:58 22-07-11 Deleted entry "Pileni: [Maoli]". Deleted entry "Pileni: [Maoli/oli]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

15:21 01-07-11 Changed description for entry "Anuta: [Mooni]". Changed description for entry "Tuvalu: [Faka/maoni]". Changed description for entry "East Uvea: [Ma'oni/'oni]". Changed description for entry "East Uvea: [Mo'oni]". Changed description for entry "Luangiua: [Ha/mao9i]". Changed description for entry "Luangiua: [Haa/mao9i]". Changed description for entry "Pukapuka: [Maaonioni]". Changed description for entry "Samoan: [Fa'a/m(a)oni]". Changed description for entry "Sikaiana: [Maaoni]". Changed description for entry "Takuu: [Maoni]". Changed description for entry "Tokelau: [Moni]". Changed description for entry "Tongan: [Mo'oni]". Changed description for entry "Tongan: [Maa'oni'oni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

17:29 30-04-11 Changed notes. Added entry "Nukumanu: [Mauni]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

20:14 24-09-10 Changed notes. Changed item and description for entry "Tongan: [Fai ma'oni]". Deleted entry "Pileni: [Maoli]". Deleted entry "Pileni: [Maoli/oli]". MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).

18:54 15-06-10 Initial version. MAQONI.* True, genuine: *ma(a)qoni

*7 Cf. PPN *ma(a)qoli "true, real, genuine".
*8 Note. I'd have to concede that *n forms are widely enough distributed to warrant reconstructing the second form as well as the first. But is there any basis for distinguishing the length of the first vowel?
My rough tally suggests that both *n and *l forms show about equal numbers of reflexes with long & short vowels (Clk).