Reconstruction Level: MP - Malayo-Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
NONO.1 Small flying insect, sandfly, midge
OFI.A Be near
QOLOGAA A shrub or tree (Pipturus argenteus [= incanus]); bark used for cordage: *q(a,o)logaa
PAA.1 Enclosure, fence, wall
PAKA.1A Dried, scorched
PAKU.A Dried up (especially of lesions)
PAKU.B Burnt
PAKU.D Scab, crust; scabby, crusty
PALALAFA Butt end of coconut frond midrib
PAPA.1A Board, plank
PII.2A Sprinkle water
PIA.1 Arrowroot (Tacca leontopetaloides); starch
PIA.2A Sticky secretion
PIKI.1A Grip, cling to, stick to
PIKO.A Bent, curved, crooked
PILI.1A Adhere, stick to; sticky
PIPI.1 A bivalve shellfish
PISI.1 Squirt, spurt, spatter, splash up
PITU Bamboo
PIU.1 Fan Palm (Pritchardia pacifica)
POO.1 Night
POA.1 Fish odour; ground bait
POGI-POGI Twilight, especially morning
POLA.1 Plaited coconut leaf
PONO.1 Block up, close
PUA-PUA.1 Genital area
PUGA.1 Coral rock
PUKU.1A Protuberance, lump, swelling
PULA.1 To glow, shine; flash, glitter; phosphorescence
PULE.1 Cowrie shell
PULELE-FUA Moth, butterfly
PULU.1A Coconut husk fibre
PUNA Bubble or well up (of water); a spring
PUSA.2 Foam, spray, vapour, smoke; to give off foam, vapour, or smoke; to burst, expel air, vapour, etc.
PUSI.1 To blow (with the mouth); expel, spit out; spout (as a whale); smoke (tobacco); shoot (with gun)
PUTA.1A Aperture, perforation, hole
SAQA.1 Wrong, bad, inconvenient; taboo
SAFE.2 Hang
SAGA.2 To be forked; forked or branching object
SAQI Bind, confine
SAKA.1 Dance
SAKU-LAA Swordfish
SALA.3 Cut away, cut off, trim, prune
SAO Escape
SAPAI Lift, carry in arms
SAU.1 Dew
SELU Comb
SIKO Catch, lay hold of
SIKU.A Extremity, end, tail
SIPA.2 Oblique, awry

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