Reconstruction Level: AN - Austronesian

Reconstruction Description
PITO.1 Navel
POPO.1 Decayed, rotten (of wood, not flesh)
POO-POO.A To pat with the hands
PULA.2A A foreign body in eye
PULE-PULE Spotted
PULU.2 Gum, resin; sticky, viscous
PUNI.1B To hide, conceal oneself
SA Non-specific article
SALA.1 Err, error; crime, sin
SALATO Tree nettle (Dendrocnide harveyi)
SAPO Take in the hand; catch something in flight
SASA Beat
SUU.1 Liquid, wet, watery
TAA.1B Cut, chop, carve
TAQE.1 Excrement
TAGI.A Cry, weep, mourn, lament
TAHINA Younger sibling of same sex
TALI.1 Wait
TALI.3A Cord, noose, anything used for tying
TALIGA Ear
TALO.1 Taro (Colocasia esculenta)
TAMA-NA Father
TAQANE Male
TANU Bury
TAPI.1A Wash with water
TASI.2 Scrape, shave, whittle
TAQUFUFU Ridge-pole: *taq(o,u)fufu
TIA.2 Lower abdomen
TIMU.1 Squall, rain
TINAQE.A Intestines, belly
TINA-NA.A Mother
TOA A tree (Casuarina equisetifolia)
TOFI To cut in pieces, divide
TOKI Adze, axe
TOLU Three
TOSI.1 Split Pandanus leaves into strips
TUQU.1 Stand, be upright
TUA-GAQANE.A Brother of a woman
TUFU.1 Fresh-water spring, usually on the beach
TUUGI-A To ignite, light
TUI Thread pierced objects on a string; sew
TUKI.A Pound, beat
TULI.1 Deaf
TURI Knee
TULU.1 Drip; apply medicine by drops; leak (of a house or roof)
TUMA.1 Louse
TUNA Eel (freshwater spp.)
TUNU Cook on open fire; roast, grill
TUPU.A Grow, increase: *t(u,i)pu
TUSI.1 Point (to), indicate

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