Reconstruction Level: NP - Nuclear Polynesian

Reconstruction Description
SUUMAALIE Good, pleasing, beautiful: *su(u)ma(a)lie
SUME Put on, as a loincloth
SUMU.1 Tie, lash
SUU-PEQE.* Nasal mucus
TAFA-TAI Seashore, coast
TAFA-TOO Steep to, sheer
TAFITO.C Penis
TAFO-LAQA.* Whale
TAAFUNA.1 A shoal or submarine reef
TAA-FUNA.2 Hide, conceal
TAI-QAO Early morning, dawn; tomorrow
TAIKI.* Hard (of timber), heartwood
TAI-TEA Sapwood
TAKA.1C Keep company
TAKA.1D Loose, separated
TAKA.2A Tread on, trample: *taka-fi
TAKAA Snood, the binding attaching a hook to a fishing line
TAKA-FULI Turn over v.i
TAKALO Play; game: *ta(a)-kalo
TAKE.1 Base, origin, source
TAKELE.B Bottom of the sea
TAKINI Part of lower abdomen
TALAGA Traditional person, parent of Tikitiki; a star
TALA-TALA.B Soldierfish or Squirrelfish sp
TAALAWA Beams in roof structure of a house, rafters, purlins
TAMA-QITI Child: *tama(qiti)qiti
TAMA-QA-LOA Boy, young man
TAMA-MEAMEA Newborn child
TAMI Taste food
TANA.A Third person singular a-class possession
TAQO.2B Wooden poles weighing down roof thatch
TAPATUU.* Fish (Sphyraena sp.) (Hpr)
TAPERE Temporary structure
TAA-POLA Basket plaited from a single coconut frond
TASI.1 One
TATIFI Fish sp. (Naso sp.) (Hpr)
-TA-TOU First person inclusive plural possessive suffix
TAA-TOU First person inclusive plural pronoun (independent): *(ki)taa-tou
TAA-UA.1 First person inclusive dual pronoun (independent): *(ki)ta(a)ua
TAU-MAFA.* Heavy
TAU-MATA Eyeshade
TAU-SINU.* Tree Heliotrope (Tournefortia argentea): *tau-s(i,u)nu
TEE-FEA Which? which one?
TEE-IA.* Demonstrative, this, that: *te(e)-ia
TEKI.1 To hop
TEE-NEI This: *te(e)nei
TE-TASI A certain (one), a particular but unspecified one, another: *te(e)-tasi
TII.3 Shine (of sun)
TIFI Tip, point, extremity
TIKO.B Menses

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