Mangaia entries in Pollex-Online

Protoform Item Description Source
CE.TAINOKA Titi tai (Cassytha filiformis) Problematic (Whr)
CK.TAINUI Taai-inu A plant (Scaevola koenigii) (Ponape inot) Phonologically Irregular (Chn)
OC.TAKA.1A Taka Wander, stray; roundness; revolution; the revolving of anything, go round, revolve (Chn)
TA.TAKO.1 Tako Black, dark (Bse)
PN.TAKULUA Takurua A feast, picnic (Chn)
FJ.TALA.2 Tara A story, legend, fable (Chn)
TA.TARAIRE Taraire A tree (Terminalia glabrata) (Whr)
CE.TAANE Taane The 26th night of the lunar month (Sta)
OC.TANIFA Taniva A sort of shark (Chn)
CK.TAA-TARI Tatari Squeeze out liquid (Chn)
NP.TAA-TOU Taatou We (inc.) (Sta)
NP.TAA-UA.1 Taaua We two (inc) (Sta)
NP.TAU-SINU.* Taiʔinu, tauʔinu Tree sp. (Tournefortia argentea) (Sta)
PN.TAWAKE Tavake Red-tailed Tropic Bird (Phaeton rubricauda) (Cek)
CE.TAA-WERE Tavere Trolling (Cek)
OC.TIFI-TIFI Tiʔitiʔi (Chaetodontidae spp.) (Cek)
PN.TINI-LAU Tinirau A legendary personage, the Lord of Fishes... (Sta)
CE.TOOKERE Tookere Slit gong, also AIT, ATIU (Bse)
CE.TOOREA Toorea Pacific Golden Plover (Pluvialis dominica) (Sta)
FJ.TOLOA.A Toroa Brown Booby (Cek)
CP.TONU.2 Tonu Giant Grouper (Cek)
CE.TUA-FINE.* Tuaʔine Man's sister (Sta)
TA.TUA-TEA Tua âtea Rough sea, foaming sea, white-crested waves (Sta)
CE.TUGAANE.* Tungane Woman's brother (Sta)
OC.TUSI Tuʔi To write (Bse)
PN.QUFU Uʔu Parrot Fish (Scarus sp.) (Cek)
PN.QUGA-KOA Ungakoa Worm Shells (Vermetid spp.) (Cek)
MP.QUME Ume (Naso spp.) (Cek)
PN.UNU.3 Unu Drink (Chn)
TA.UTU-GA Utunga Fine, penalty, forfeit (Sta)
PN.WAHE-GA Vaaenga Fragment, piece, half; middle, in the middle (Sta)
PN.FAKA-QILO-GA ʔAkairo Givea mark to, put a mark on (e.g. pigs, coconut trees); mark, sign, omen (Sta)
NP.MALA.5 Mara Bitter (Bse)
TA.AA-NIWA ʔAaniva/niva Shimmer (of heat waves) (Sta)
FJ.TALI.3B Tari To strangle, execute by hanging (Chn)
FJ.TALI.3B Taarii Suspend, hang (Sta)
CE.RAWA-IKA Rava(a)kai Fisherman, expert in fishing (Sta)
TA.KAUNUNU Kaunuunu The month of September (Sta)
PN.MULIFAA Muriaʔa The month of April to May (obs) (Sta)
PN.FAA-QITI Aaiti Narrow (Sta)
EP.ITO Ito Excellently, to a very high extent (Sta)
PN.FAKA-QATA.B ʔAkaata Mirror (Sta)
TA.MATIE Matie Green; hard-stalked grasses and sedges in general (those having softer stalks called mauku) (Sta)
MP.MAHUKU Mauku Soft-stalked grasses and sedges in general (mostly introduced as fodder grasses); water-grass (purple flower, good for feeding pigs) (Sta)
MP.QOLOGAA Orongaa Nettle tree (Urtica argentea) (Bark used for cordage in former days.) (Sta)
MP.QOLOGAA Oorogaa (Pipturus argenteus) (McC)
TA.POO-FATU.2 Pooʔutu-aa-kava, puu-ʔutu-oo-kava, pooʔatu kava Silver bush (Sophora tomentosa) (Sta)
NP.MATI-KAO Matikao Finger (Chn)
TA.MOTI.2 Mootiʔa Open place ["a vast place with nothing in"] (Sta)
EC.PUU.5 Puu ʔeke Octopus head (Sta)

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