Reconstruction Level: EP - East Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
TORE Stripe(d), streak(ed)
TORO-MIRO A tree
TOPA To fall
TUA.2 Sea creature
TUGU.1 Cough
TUMU.1 Origin, base n; trunk (of tree)
TUUPAAPAKU Corpse, cadaver
TUTE.1 Push (away)
TUTU.1 Hoop (used as net spreader)
UHI Tattooing instrument
QUPOKO.* Head
WAI-RUA Spirit: *wa(i,e)-rua
WARI Menstrual blood
WAWAI Plant sp., cotton (perhaps Gossypium hirsutum)
WERE-WERE.A* Hanging membrane or flesh
WERI Centipede
WEO Copper
WEWE.B Poor
TUQU.3B To be wounded, hit
PAU.1D Consumed, exhausted, used up, worn out, destroyed; totally, completely
KALU.D Loose, slack, wrinkled; skin of foetus, newborn or elderly person
FAKA-FOQOU Again; to do again
FAKA-TIKA Agree, accept, allow
FAKA-KORE Consider as nothing; annul; forgive, acquit
E-TASI Certain (ones), particular but unspecified ones, others: *e(e)-tasi
KA-.1 Counting particle prefixed to numbers *ka(a)
RURE Shake, quiver, agitate
PEE-IA Demonstrative adverb: like this, like that
KORE-GA Non-existence, absence
NOU.2 Greedy
TAFU.B Perform ritual, sorcery
E-IA Here (it) is
GORO Feast
MAMAIA Deluded, senseless
MAALOO.C Fathom, length of outstretched arms
PUUKAO Something rising above a surface
MEQA.C Predicative base
FATA.3 Prepare an oven for lighting
UKU-I Rub

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